Google people can you fix this bug please? I've tried to get some detailed information about what's expected to be supported in Spain, but can't find specifics. Sometimes I had changes sitting around for 8 months and would be given a project that required changing a program that was still waiting to be used in production and was told to scrap those changes and work on what they currently want. The only odd thing was it was activating Pandora on all out android smartphones on the network so idk if when you try to use google music with multiple android devices connected if its conflicting and not working. So this feature is frustrating. Their job is done and we'll all make excuses for them for many more months while paying them in cash and data. I actually had the opposite. I am told I need to upload these files to Google Play, and stream them back.
Some of the issues being discussed here date back over a year with no fix, so I'm not anticipating a fix tomorrow. That's how I ultimately want to listen to my music. I doubt she has any control over the product line. Google has a lot of advantages over Amazon, but Amazon may be more driven in this space. So, a huge improvement when treated as a playlist rather than an album. So the choice is pretty limited. Said play helmet Betty Okay, playing the album Betty from your Google Play Music library.
They just need to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network. However, you can give them access by If you haven't set up Voice Match, guests and housemates can access music from your library. The more information that the engineers have directly from us, the easier it will be for them to rectify the issues. Why waste bandwidth when the music is in the same home network! Playing Music With Voice Commands Obviously, one of the main reasons to get a Google Home device is for its full support for Google Assistant. That's the problem we are all experiencing David. If I add, artist X, it still plays the radio station. You can also listen to your playlists based on the songs in your library.
What, charge you a fee? And it's been like this for people for half a year+. Short answer: if you have a Bluetooth speaker you can use Google Play Music or Youtube Music from any Bluetooth-enabled device. There is so much potential with everything Google has to leverage. Is it trying to shuffle badly or something? There also is a bug that has been beaten to death in this thread, that asking Google Home to play an album only plays certain tracks. When I try to cast it to Google Home, I get an error message that I need to add the song from my computer which is clearly already in my library. Well either that or Google fixed something today. Trust me, there are a of on the Plex forums requesting Google Home compatibility.
We actually have a thread up in the Plex forums speaking with the devs to get this fixed and finally working properly. This is disgraceful, in addition to all the other problems that Google Home has now. If the album plays in full on the app, it should be possible to play it in full on Home. It stopped working back in December and I took the usual remedy steps you've mentioned elsewhere. As a matter of fact YouTube Music still works but Google Play unlimited just stopped working after a few days. Can you please confirm if this is a known bug? Apparently they are doing nothing to correct it and continue to lie to the public. Yes, people are becoming more vocal and you clearly don't like it.
Tap Google Home and pair it with your device. They are not interested in customer demand when it comes to software. My Ford Car that is 10 years old recognizes my voice and calls the right phone number. I was suffering from the same issues you were and have posted a couple of times stating that for me it has started working. So have you already enabled Bluetooth streaming on your Google Home? All of those above me who are saying it does not work at all.
Almost all of my content is music that I have uploaded to my library. In fact, Spotify and only support one-device playback, too. Amazon - great player with soon no room for personal music. The response was sure playing you playlist road home. This is fraud, at least for anyone who bought a Home after the July announcement. So the root cause of the problem could be that Google can't find a match for the album song that I uploaded.
I think I'll just resurrect my turntable. Buying the Echo seems to have been a good idea after all. Similary, if I cast my music from the play music app, nothing. So basically we paid for a device to spy on us that can't even be used to play back music - one of it's fundamental features. And, when I buy a dishwasher, I sure expect it to wash the dishes without me having to manually interfere.
It's just an engineering issue. Those who want to play local audio files from Smartphones instead of playing music from Pandora, Spotify or Google music, they can go head with this workaround. Even better, Google will give preference to your uploaded and purchased tracks and prioritize those over some random radio mix when you ask to play a certain artist. I have noticed when you upload music or create a playlist you have to wait a day or so before it is accessible. Moreover, there are various toggles and settings in the Play Music app to control data usage. Before he told me that couldn't find any active services on my account!!!! There are other bugs going on that are causing issues with playing music.