Nest Thermostat bug disables Google Home app control w/ endless account migration loop
Let’s say you own a Nest Thermostat and you have been experiencing a bug every week. Some Nest Thermostat users have had difficulty logging in to the Google Home program, causing them to lose access.
Here’s what’s happening. Nest Thermostat owners can’t control their apparatus via the Google home program. The program will pop up a Nest accounts migration page that users cannot skip when they attempt to do this. However, the migration process fails when it attempts to be completed. Uncertain is the main reason. The main reason for the migration is not clear to me. However, I do know that I have already sent my Nest accounts to Google.
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This bug is unique in that the Nest account is not used to connect it. Migration should not be an issue at the initial location. It will appear that the problem is occurring beyond the new version. According to reports, the Nest Thermostat E is also affected.
Google has not yet made any public comments on the issue beyond generic Twitter answers. It is therefore uncertain when an outside repair will be made. The insect has caused controllers in the Google Home program to be disabled, but controls provided by Google Assistant work as expected.
Drop a comment below if you’re affected by the issue. If Google acknowledges the problem and it is solved, we will update this content.