Chromecast and Google Homes reportedly overloading home Wi-Fi – Ars Technica


Ars Technica

Chromecast and Google Homes reportedly overloading home Wi-Fi
Ars Technica
Users on the Google help forums and Reddit are reporting that Google Home and Google Chromecast devices are causing issues with their Wi-Fi networks. Users say hooking up these Google hardware products leads to an unstable Wi-Fi network or a network
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