How to Change Wi-Fi Network on Original Google Home Smart Speaker, Updated for 2018

You may experience Wi-Fi connection errors when booting your original Google Home speaker. Or, the smart speaker does not show as connected in the Google Home app. Both problems occur when the speaker is no longer linked to your Wi-Fi network. These situations can occur if you’ve changed your Wi-Fi network name (SSID) or network … Continue reading How to Change Wi-Fi Network on Original Google Home Smart Speaker, Updated for 2018



Changing Wi-Fi Network on Original Google Home Smart Speaker

You may experience Wi-Fi connection errors when booting your Google Home speaker.  Or, you may notice that your speaker device does not show as connected in the Google Home app.  Both problems occur when the speaker is no longer linked to your Wi-Fi network, unless it is online (i.e. connected successfully to your  network with internet access).  These situations can occur … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on Original Google Home Smart Speaker



Changing WiFi Network on Amazon Echo Dot Gen 2 Smart Speaker

It’s not necessary to completely erase your Amazon Echo settings in the Alexa app in order to change just the wireless network to which your Dot connects.  Armed with your tablet and the Alexa app, connecting your Dot to a different WiFi network is a breeze, as follows. We assume here that Alexa App has previously … Continue reading Changing WiFi Network on Amazon Echo Dot Gen 2 Smart Speaker



Changing Wi-Fi Network on Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio

Here’s the scenario.  You’ve been using your Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio on the same Wi-Fi network for years.  Never had any problems with it.  But either your current router has failed (stopped broadcasting the network signals), or you’ve recently upgraded it to a new and improved wireless router that is using a different Wi-Fi … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio



Changing Wi-Fi Network on APH Book Port Plus

The Book Port Plus media player and recorder, from the American Printing House for the Blind (APH), utilizes Wi-Fi networks for streaming audio content from Internet Radio stations, playing podcasts, and in the future, for downloading talking books directly from the National Library Service for the Blind (NLS) via their Internet portal.  This is a … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on APH Book Port Plus