If you’ve been frustrated by your Google Home calls not working, there’s a simple solution: set up your contacts in Google Voice first. Then, use the Google Home app to change caller ID settings. Google will send you an SMS to confirm your number. Don’t worry, this issue will be resolved by the end of the year. But in the meantime, here are a few ways to fix your calls.
First, try to unplug your Google Home from its power source. If the device continues to not respond to your voice, you may need to reboot it. To do this, unplug the device from your wall socket and wait about a minute. Once it is back on, try to make a call using Google Home. If you still have problems, try contacting Google support or another smart speaker. You may be surprised at how much you’ll be able to fix yourself.
Second, make sure your device is connected to Wi-Fi and mobile data. If you’re using a Wi-Fi connection, try pairing your Google Home to your phone. If the calls still don’t work, try rebooting your device and trying again. Then, you’ll be able to enjoy hands-free voice commands. If you’re having trouble with Google Home calls, check your speaker first. If your device isn’t working, check the connection between the speaker and the device. If it’s connected, try pairing it with your Smart Display or Smart Clock.