Has Nest thermostats been discontinued?
Google representatives say the Nest Thermostat does not replace its other models — the third-generation Nest Learning Thermostat remains available, though the Nest E will be only available to professional installers going forward.
Is a new Nest Thermostat coming out?
Nest, one of the best known smart thermostat manufacturers, has just released its new Nest Thermostat.
Why is the Nest app not working?
Make sure that you have the latest version of the Nest app on your phone or tablet. You can download it from the Apple App Store or Google Play. To make sure you have the newest version, you can uninstall and reinstall the app.
How do I get my Nest back online?
- Make sure your home Wi-Fi works.
- Check the status of the Nest service.
- Check that you have the latest app version.
- Check for messages and help codes on your thermostat.
- Restart your Nest thermostat.
- Check the Nest thermostat's battery levels.
- Restart your router.
- Check for interference.
Is Nest still supported?
Nest devices will continue to be available, and will be sold under the Google Nest brand. Later this summer, Nest users will have the ability to migrate to Google Accounts and manage all of their Nest and Google Home devices and services with one account.
Is Nest and Google Nest the same?
Starting today, Google is done holding smart home appliance maker Nest at arm's length. It was folded into the Google Home division last year, but now, the entire group has a new name: Google Nest. The new name is more than just a rebranding effort.
Why do my Nest keep going offline?
Check the Nest thermostat's battery levels If your thermostat's battery level is low, it will disconnect from Wi-Fi. It does this to conserve power so it can continue to control your system. If your thermostat repeatedly loses battery charge, it may require a C wire or the Nest Power Connector.
Why do I have to keep resetting my Nest thermostat?
If you want to get your thermostat up and running again, you need to restart it. There are signs that this is an issue, such as the thermostat being down on the nest application and disconnected from the wi-fi. The thermostat tells you that the battery needs to be shut off.
Who bought Nest?
The Alphabet Inc. unit bought Nest in 2014 for $3.2 billion to enter the smart-home market. Nest has become one of the largest makers of internet-connected thermostats, smoke alarms and locks.