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How To Connect Nest Camera To Wi-Fi?

When moving to a different place with a new Wi-Fi connectivity, things become a little hefty and confusing, as you must connect your devices to the new Wi-Fi network. You can easily do that with the Nest Cam, provided you need the Google Home app. In contrast, learn how to connect the Google Nest camera to a Wi-Fi network.  

Meanwhile, smartphones provide a stubborn process to connect the Nest Cam to the Wi-Fi network, while the Google Home app makes it much more manageable. The setup process is done through the Google Home app. Before you begin the process listed below, ensure you have connected the Ethernet cable to your Nest’s WAN port, and then connect the other end to your modem. 

Now, you need to plug your Nest device into a power outlet; while waiting for a minute, you will notice a light indicator showing a white color, which means the device is on and is all set to connect with the Wi-Fi network. Once you are done with some pre-measures that are mentioned above, head to the steps listed below to connect the Nest Camera to the Wi-Fi network:

  • On your Phone, open the Google Home app.
  • Tap on the Devices tab and tap on the Add ‘+’ button.
  • Now, Choose a Device.
  • Select the Google Nest or partner device
  • Choose a home profile name 
  • Select what you want to set up, and here, select camera.
  • Now, choose between Outdoor or indoor Nest cam. 
  • Then, scan the QR code placed on the bottom of the device.  
  • If you cannot scan the QR code, hit Continue without scanning.
  • Then, enter the setup key placed on the bottom of the device. 
  • Here, choose the location for the Wi-Fi, for example- The bedroom. 
  • Enter the name of your Wi-Fi network name and a secure password.  
  • Once done, the Nest camera is all set and connected to the Wi-Fi network.  
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Shazia Irani

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