Google Home 2.13.50 launches tonight with support and lots of details about the upcoming Nest Hub Max. This edition also returns strings detailing the setup of the Nest device, while providing some collaboration for the new Nest Mini later this year.
About APK Insight : In this APK Insight post, we decompiled the latest version of an app that Google uploaded to the Play Store. When we decompile these files (called APKs in the case of Android apps), we can see different lines of code in this hint for possible future features. Note that Google may or may not submit these features and our interpretation of what they are may be imperfect. We will try to allow those closer to completion to show you what they will look like when sent. With that in mind, read on.
Setting up Nest devices in the app
The ability to set up Nest devices in the Google Home app first appeared in April. Google Home 2.1
Setting up a Nest product
To scan the QR code and set up this device, the Home application needs permission to use your camera.
It is currently unclear which smart home devices – beyond Nest Hub Max – will be possible. We believe that having a QR scanner means that setting up your Nest device in the Home app will be for more products, not just smart displays.
However, some devices will still require the Nest application for the pairing process.
Setup in the Nest application
Some devices still need to be configured using the Nest application.
Download the Nest app
The Nest Mini code name
Google Home 2.9 introduced two device code names in April. "YBC" in version 2.10 was changed to "Speaker V", while "YNM" was updated today to "Mini." YNM can simply be translated to Y N (est) M (ini). Last week, we detailed Google's plans for a second-generation mini smart speaker with built-in wall mounting, better sound and aux jack.
Nest Hub Max
Google's newest smart display is almost here, with Google Home 2.13.50 giving you an idea how the device will work. To use the 6.5MP camera as a full-fledged Nest Cam with history and warning features, you'll need to use the Nest app.
Built-in Nest Cam Features
If you choose to set up with your Nest Cam you can get home monitoring features such as live video access, face alerts and more.]
"Use the Nest app to get all the features of the Nest Cam"
That said, the Home app acquires a "Nest Cam live view" to watch a major Nest Hub Max video feed.
"The Nest Cam Live View allows homeowners to use the Home app to monitor things depending on the location, angle, and light of the camera view. % 1 $ s camera has no night vision. "
However, there are a number of other camera features, such as making calls with the Duo and sending messages.
Make video calls or send and receive messages with other Google Duo users.
Most are related to "Camera Measurement" which involves unlocking a face-to-face match and a quick gesture to pause / start music with your hands.
“Camera Detection features allow% 1 $ s camera to recognize things as faces and gestures, to personalize your content and help you interact with your device . ”
The camera sensor includes features like Face Match and quick gestures to give you personalized content and more ways to interact with your Google Assistant.
Camera Detection Features does not upload videos or images from your% 1 $ s. You can disable these features at any time in your device settings.
Setting Up the Device
The Nest Hub Max can be used to help set up other Nest-branded devices.
“Enter the 6-digit setup code on your Nest Hub Max Screen. [
How to Update?
Google Home 2.13.50 is out now from the Play Store. Thanks to JEB Decompiler, which benefits from APK Insight.
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