If you’ve ever had problems with the performance of your Google WiFi system, or are planning to sell it, this article will show you how to reset the factory and start with a fresh start.
Be aware that factory resets of Google WiFi system will delete your Wi-Fi network , and you’ll not be in a position to connect therefore, make sure that you’re in a position to establish the new network as soon as you’ve completed.
To launch factory reset Google WiFi, Open the Google WiFi app on your smartphone, then tap the right-hand side of the tab that has the gear icon to set your settings as well as three circles.
Next, tap on “Network Settings”.
On at the very top of your screen, click “Wifi points”. There’ll also be an id in brackets.
Select “Factory Reset”.
Click to “Factory Reset” at the end.
Click “Continue” when the pop-up appears.
This process can take up to five minutes. You can check the progress bar underneath the text to determine the progress.
Then, you’ll be returned to the initial setup where you’ll have the option to set everything up again, if you’d like. If not, exit the app and disconnect the google WiFi appliances if you are planning to sell or move the units.