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Google Home 2.11 rebrands Home Hub, removes 'Zion' codename & other strings [APK Insight]
The new "Google Nest" brand was unveiled last week at I / O 2019 and the company is already advertising it. While Nest Hub is the first product launching under that unification, the existing Home Hub was rebranded immediately. This is the latest version of an application that has been removed from Google Home 2.11.
About APK Insight : In this 'APK Insight' post, we've decompiled the latest version of an application that Google uploaded to the Play Store. When we decompile these files (called APKs, in the case of android apps), we're looking at various lines of future at possible future features. Keep in mind that they are may imperfect. Finished, however, to show you how they look in the case that they do ship. With that in mind, read on.
Google Nest Hub
On iOS, the "Local devices" page contains both your assigned and the actual product name of gadgets. "Google Nest Hub" is "Google Nest Hub device usage data and crash reports."
Google Home Hub
is live there, as well as in device settings Google Home 2.1
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Meanwhile, Google Home 2.11 is also notable for removing several strings that revealed a "border router" codenamed "Zion. "Version 2.10 last month detailed search a product" with a built-in smart plug.
Also removed are several references to QR code scanning setup that's used by Nest smart devices, as well as strings letting users specify what door or window is on what was placed on. Welcome to Zion
Plug in your Zion
Plug in your Zion into an outlet near the door where you are planning to install your Castell. Zion has about 40 ft in all directions.
Wake up your Zion
"After you have plugged in your Zion, press the button on the top. Its light should be blue. If it does not light up, tap the link below for more information. "
How to update?
Google Home 2.11 is now out of the box via the Play Store. We do not post APKs to download directly given the legal. Meanwhile, that model is perilous Android App Bundles and Google Play's Dynamic Delivery.
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