Google Wifi problems on the rise

Reports of Google Wifi problems are on the increase since a software update, the build version 9202.35.8. has caused the blue light to be stuck on, however the problem isn’t affecting everyone.

Google Product Forums are noting that the Primary Hub has stopped working with the Primary Hub turning a solid blue color, and the satellite hubs will flash an orange color, which is the color sign for a disconnect.

““The engineering team is still working on a final fix for this issue. However, over the past few days our support team has seen two workarounds that make help resolve the issue temporarily until the fix is released. These have worked in a few cases, and may be worth a try.

Attempt to setup GWifi from scratch using a different owner account. This can mean creating a new Google account, or using a family member’s Google account to setup the Google Wifi devices through the GW app.

Disconnect wireless Windows 10 devices or Xbox devices (or connect them via ethernet instead). There have been a few cases in which disconnecting any Windows 10 devices or Xbox devices has brought the Google Wifi network back up again without crashes.”