Google Wifi, the new router from Google, will be launched in the US by the end of this month and will start shipping in December. Now, before its official launch, Google released a video on its official YouTube channel showing some steps on how to fix or how to set up your Wi-Fi network.
Setup is included with very straightforward steps, simply plug in the USB-C cable for power and ethernet to your existing modem, then wait until it flashes blue, at which point the app can be used to configure it.
To do this, scan the QR code on the bottom of the router, then wait for the app to do its thing. After that, simply select where the Wi-Fi is located and choose a network name and password. That’s all you need to do to fix your Wi-Fi network.
For more than one Wi-Fi unit, you just have to select how many other points you have and where these are located. Google’s video recommends testing the new point before using it to ensure optimal speeds.
If Google follows its aforesaid schedule, then Google’s router will be available this month itself.
The product is going to be shipped in two varieties, 1-pack and 3-pack. It will cost $129 for a single pack and $299 for a 3-pack.