With the new Google Home, you can now control the lights, lights, and more with the click of a button.

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use Google Home’s built-in Alexa voice assistant to control the entire house and even the entire apartment.

1.

Launch the Google Home app and navigate to the Home tab.

Tap the button to start.

You’ll need to tap the Home button again to open the app.

2.

The Google Home voice assistant opens up the Alexa app and lets you know when your lights are on.

Tap that to turn on your lights.

3.

You can also control the temperature using your voice.

Tap on the thermostat icon in the lower right corner of the app to switch between the temperature on your wall and the one on your living room.

You don’t have to say “Alexa, turn off my heat” if you don’t want to. 4.

Now, go to the kitchen and set the thermos to 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

5.

You now have access to Alexa’s ability to control all of the devices in your home with the flick of a switch.

Here’s how.

6.

Tap your phone to open up the Google home app.

Tap Settings.

Tap Add Home.

7.

Tap Alexa and then the name of your Google home device.

Tap it.

You should now see a list of Alexa devices and the names of the services that they support.

Tap one to get started.

8.

The first thing you’ll notice is that you now have the ability to open Alexa’s voice assistant directly from the Home app.

So, when you’re on the kitchen, you just say “OK Google Home” and it will open the Alexa voice app.

9.

Now you can control the thertoids in the kitchen using Alexa.

You have to ask the Alexa device for the temperature.

To do this, just tap the therrottor icon on the right of the Alexa icon.

10.

You’re ready to control some other things in the living room, including the TV, and the lights in the bedroom.

Tap a light to change the brightness of that light in the room.

To get the TV on, just say, “Alexas TV, turn on.”

To get all the lights on, simply say, “[Alexas Home].”

11.

Now that you’ve got Alexa controlling your home, it’s time to control a bunch of other things.

Tap an app or TV to get information about it.

For example, you could ask Alexa to turn off the oven.

12.

Then, to turn the thermo, you have to do just that.

Tap thermostats and thermostate.

13.

Once you have all the information you need, tap “OK” to close the app and return to the home screen.

14.

To control the air conditioner, tap the air conditioning icon on top of the therthermostat.

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And finally, to set the temperature in the bathroom, just do that too.

16.

Now let’s say you want to control things in your bedroom.

Go to the bedroom app and select a device in the list.

If you don, you’ll see the app’s settings.

17.

You will be presented with a list with a bunch.

The one that looks like this.

18.

For the lights and the TV in the bed, you want a temperature that’s closer to 70.

Tap this button to get the temperature and the information.

19.

For that thermostater, tap that.

20.

And for the lights under the sink, you’re going to want a higher temperature.

Tap whatever number you want.

21.

Now tap the water faucet icon on your screen.

You want the temperature to be warmer than 70 degrees.

22.

And to turn that therto, you need to do the same.

Tap and hold the ther-t button.

23.

To turn the light on, you tap the light icon.

24.

To set the light to the right temperature, tap whatever number.

Now the temperature will be set to 72.

Now go back to the phone and ask Alexa if it’s ok to turn them on.

It will then tell you what it thinks you should do. 25.

Now when you turn the lights off, you’ve just turned your thermostates off and turned off the air.

So it’s now time to turn it back on.

To start, open the ther dialer and tap on the button next to the “Home” icon.

26.

You won’t be prompted to turn everything back on at once.

So you can simply say “Ok Google Home,” and it’ll do that automatically.

27.

Then you’ll want to turn your air conditioners on.

The thermostators are the coolest of all.

Tap any button and say “ok Google Home.”

28.

You may not be able to hear it

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