Google Home 2.13.50 will be launched this evening with support for and many details about the upcoming Nest Hub Max. This release also returns strings detailing the setup of the Nest device in the app, with a collaboration on a new "Nest Mini" being released later this year.
About APK Insight : We were decompiled in this post for "APK Insight" The latest version of an application Google uploaded to the Play Store. If we decompile these files (called APKs in the case of Android apps), we can see several lines of code in this hint for possible future features. Remember, Google may or may not deliver these features, and our interpretation of these features may be incomplete. We will try to put those who are near the end in the position to show you what they look like in the case of a ship. Against this background, read on.
Setting up a Nest device in the app
The ability to set up Nest devices in the Google Home app was first introduced in April. Google Home 2.1
Setting up a Nest product
Scanning the QR code and When you set up this device, the Home app needs permission to use your camera.
It is unclear what smart home devices – beyond the Nest Hub Max – will be able to do this. We believe that the presence of the QR scanner means that the Nest device setup in the Home app is for more products than just smart displays.
However, some devices still require the Nest app for pairing.
Nest app setup
Some devices still need to be set up with the Nest app.
Download the Nest App
Nest Mini Code Name
Google Two device code names were introduced in version 2.9 in April. "YBC" in version 2.10 has been changed to "Speaker V", while "YNM" has been updated to "Mini" today. YNM could easily be translated into "YN (est) M (ini)". Last week, we exclusively outlined Google's plans for a second generation mini-smart speaker with integrated wall mount, better sound and aux jack.
Nest Hub Max
Google's latest Smart Display is almost here, and Google Home 2.13.50 gives you an insight into how it works of the device. To use the 6.5 megapixel camera as a full nest camera with history and alert features, you must use the Nest app.
Built-in Nest Camera Features
If You Want To Set When you set up your Nest Camera, you can use home surveillance features such as accessing live video, personal alarms, and more.]
"The Nest app lets you enjoy all the features of your Nest camera." The Home app gets a "Nest Cam live view" to see a basic video feed from the Nest Hub Max.
In Nest Cam live view, home members can use the Home app to keep an eye on things The camera's position, angle, and lighting. The camera of% 1 $ s does not have night vision. "
However, there are a number of other camera features, such as making duo calls and sending messages.
Make video calls or send and receive messages with other Google Duo users.
The majority relates to "camera detection", which includes unlocking facial recognition and the quick gesture of interrupting / starting music with your hands.
Enable Camera Detection Features The% 1 $ s camera detects faces and gestures, for example, to personalize your content and facilitate interaction with your device.
Camera detection includes features such as Face Detection and Quick Gestures that allow you to get personalized content and other ways to interact with your Google Assistant.
Camera detection features do not upload videos or images from% 1 $ s. You can disable these features at any time in your device settings.
The Nest Hub Max can be used to set up other Nest devices.
"Enter the 6-digit setup code on your computer. The Nest Hub Max screen."
How do I update?
Google Home 2.13.50 is now deployed through the Play Store. Thanks to JEB Decompiler, who benefits from some APK Insight teardowns.
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