The intelligence of the Google Home speaker can be scary if it is activated automatically. Unfortunately, something similar happens to many Google Home users. Your Google Home Speakers like Home Max, Mini and Nest emit random sounds. If you experience the same problem, please refer to the solution mentioned in the post to fix Google random beep.
Let's finish this: Your Google home page doesn't try to seduce you with random bells. Jokes aside, there are always a number of reasons behind the random noise coming from the Google Home speaker.
What is the reason and how to fix it? We will see it in the publication.
1. Restart Google Home
Before changing any settings, start by restarting your Google Home. To do this, unplug Google Home for 20 seconds and then plug it back in.
2. Check paired Bluetooth devices
The random beep you hear on Google Home or Mini may be due to your speaker being connected or disconnected from a paired Bluetooth device. Yes, if you use your Google Home as a Bluetooth speaker for your laptop or cell phone, you will hear a buzzer every time you connect or disconnect.
Although there is no way to stop the sound, you can see all the devices paired with your Google Home speaker. You can even check if a device is currently streaming to your Google Home.
To do this, open the Google Home app. Scroll down and open the Google Home speaker. On the next screen, you will see the Bluetooth audio mentioned below the speaker name. This indicates that the device is currently connected.
To see all paired devices, Touchez the settings icon at the top of the same screen. Scroll down and Touchez Paired Bluetooth Device. If you see an unknown device, disconnect it.
7. Check active reminders
Another reason for the random sounds of Google Home could be reminders. Do you set reminders or timers in Google Home?
To check active reminders, open Google Home and go to Settings. Touchez Other settings.
Touchez the Services tab, followed by Reminders. Here, you will see all active reminders.
Tips: Also check the assigned reminder settings and see if someone is authorized to send you reminders.
You should ask your Google Home about the reminder saying, "OK Google, what are the notifications."
8. Check the accessibility settings
For that, open the Google Home app. Scroll down and touch your speaker. Touchez the settings icon.
Then Touchez Accessibility. Turn off the switch for both options: play, start and end sound.
9. Verify alarm
Alerts can also be the reason behind the random beeps on your Google home page. You should check if there is a repetitive alarm active or if you are saving a musical alarm. In the latter case, if there is an internet problem, you will hear a standard alarm tone.
To verify active alarms, tell your Google Home, "OK Google, what's my alarm." You can even check from the Google Home app. For that, open the app and go to your speaker settings. Touch Alarm and timer. You will see an active alarm.
Tips: Google Home Alarm offers many interesting functions. Explore tips for using the Google Home alarm feature.
9. Reset Google Home
If the problem persists, you need to reset Google Home and then add it back to the Google Home app. Hopefully that fixes the problem. Discover How to reset Google Home devices.
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Random sounds coming from Google home speakers can be very annoying, especially at night. We hope the above solution will help you stop random bells from Google Home, Nest, Mini and other speakers.
Next: Google home is based on Google Assistant. Get the most out of your Google Home speaker by reviewing the tips and tricks Google Assistant mentioned in the link below.