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How to Setup Google Assistant

Requirements: 

For Android:

  • An Android device with the following:
    • Android 6.0 or higher
    • Google App 6.13 or higher
    • Google Play Services
    • Phone’s language set to U.S. English (unless on the Pixel)
    • ‘Ok Google’ turned on
    • Connection to the Wifi or Mobile Data
  • A Nanoleaf Aurora 

For iOS:

  • An iOS device with the following:
    • iOS 9.1 or higher
    • Language set to English
    • The Google Assistant app (only available in the U.S. as of right now)
  • A Nanoleaf Aurora

Setup: 

For Android:

  1. Setup the Aurora in the Nanoleaf Smarter Series app and ensure that ‘Sync Data with Nanoleaf Cloud’ is checked in the Settings tab
  2. On your phone, touch and hold the Home button
  3. At the top right, tap More_button.png > More Menu_button.svg> Settings > Home control.
  4. In the "Devices" tab, tap Add Add_button.svg.
  5. Select Nanoleaf Smarter Series and login to your account
  6. Select ‘Allow’ to link your Nanoleaf device to Google Assistant
  7. You can now assign your Nanoleaf device to a Room or select Done.
  8. For more information about Rooms, please check this link here: https://support.google.com/pixelphone/answer/7314909?co=GENIE.Platform%3DAndroid&hl=en

For iOS:

  1. Setup the Aurora in the Nanoleaf Smarter Series app and ensure that ‘Sync Data with Nanoleaf Cloud’ is checked in the Settings tab
  2. On your phone or tablet open the Google Assistant app
  3. At the top right, tap More_button.png > More Menu_button.svg > Settings > Home control.
  4. In the "Devices" tab, tap AddAdd_button.svg.
  5. Select Nanoleaf Smarter Series and login to your account
  6. Select ‘Allow’ to link your Nanoleaf device to Google Assistant
  7. You can now assign your Nanoleaf device to a Room or select Done.
  8. For more information about Rooms, please check this link here: https://support.google.com/pixelphone/answer/7314909?co=GENIE.Platform%3DAndroid&hl=en

 

Commands: 

The following commands can be given to Google Assistant to control the Aurora: 

On/Off:

  • ‘Ok Google, turn on my lights/<Aurora name>/<Room name>’
  • ‘Ok Google, turn off my lights/<Aurora name>/<Room name>’ 

Dim/Brighten:

  • ‘Ok Google, dim my lights/<Aurora name>/<Room name> lights’
  • ‘Ok Google, brighten my lights/<Aurora name>/<Room name>’
  • ‘Ok Google, set my lights/<Aurora name>/<Room name> to <#> percent’

Set Color:

  • ‘Ok Google, set my lights/<Aurora name>/<Room name> to <color>'

Query State:

  • ‘Okay Google are my lights/<Aurora name>/<Room name> lights On?’
  • ‘Okay Google are my lights/<Aurora name>/<Room name> lights Off?’
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