Some Nest Hub proprietors today are awakening to a UI upgrade, however the update hopes to have bootlooped the Assistant Smart Display for other people.
This Nest Hub upgrade begins when you swipe down from the highest point of the screen. Rather than being taken to the “Home control” tab, which has been the situation since the last major upgrade in late 2020, you get a fast settings board. It’s suggestive of the first “Home View” interface when the Google Home Hub originally sent off in 2018.
The day/date is recorded in the upper left corner, while the time and any status symbols are displayed inverse that. Beneath you get a line of controls for brilliance, volume, crippling Sleep Sensing, don’t upset (DND), setting an alert, and settings. Control tiles for savvy gadgets in the Nest Hub’s present area balance this page. A “View rooms” alternate way is additionally present.
In the interim, swiping up from the lower part of the screen promptly opens the “app” cabinet as the settings strip is as of now not present. Getting to the launcher is presently not a two-venture process that initially requires a swipe and afterward tapping “See all” in the event that what you need doesn’t show up.
This makes for a fairly Pixel telephone like UI. Google broadly carried out the main cycle of the application cabinet in October of 2021 to the Nest Hub Max and second gen Hub.
This update began showing up for the time being for certain clients on the second gen Nest Hub, yet others are awakening to gadget bootloops. In particular, there’s a white screen with the four spots (in Google’s blue, red, yellow, and green tones) ceaselessly revolving around as opposed to booting up like typical.
Luckily, the convenient solution is to turn off the Nest Hub from power. In the wake of reconnecting the link, your gadget ought to continue to turn on like typical. This is a fairly sizable bug for Google’s update interaction, yet there ought to be no enduring gadget harm.
Those with this update are running Chromecast firmware adaptation 1.56.290464, however Software variant 220.127.116.118036576 likely assumes the greater part in conveying the new UI.