Manually update your HomePod mini
what you need to know
- Open the Home app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. To select Update available at the top of the Home tab.
- Otherwise, select Home > home settings and choose Software update.
- Faucet Update all either To update.
This article explains how to manually update your HomePod mini. If the automatic update feature is not activated or if you do not want to wait for the next update, you can update your device manually. We’ll also walk you through how to enable automatic updates if you haven’t already.
How to update HomePod Mini on iPhone?
First, make sure to update iOS on your iPhone. HomePod mini updates depend on the latest version of iOS on your iPhone.
Open the Home app and tap the button Home bottom tab. If there is a software update available, you will see it at the top of the home screen. Faucet Update available.
Otherwise, press the button Home top left icon. You can do this from the Home or Rooms tab at the bottom. Choose home settings.
Scroll down and select Software update.
If you have more than one HomePod, you can see which one will receive the update by tapping Later. All HomePods on the list will receive the update at the same time.
touch anyone Update all next to Update Available or To update next to the HomePod at the bottom.
After reading the terms and conditions, tap reach an agreement. Your HomePod mini should start the update process.
How to update HomePod Mini on iPad or Mac?
You can also update your HomePod mini to the latest version using the Home app on your iPad or Mac.
Open the Home app and select Home On the left. If there is a software update available, you will see it at the top of the home screen. To select Update available.
You can also touch or click the Home icon at the top and select home settings.
so choose Software update.
When the software update screen appears, you can see all HomePods receiving the update if you have more than one. To select Later In the bottom right. All HomePods on the list will receive the update at the same time.
Hurry Update all next to Update Available or To update next to HomePod at the bottom when you’re ready. Review the terms and conditions and press reach an agreement. Your HomePod should start the update process.
How long does it take to update a HomePod Mini?
Depending on the importance of the update, updating HomePod mini can take several minutes. You’ll see a rotating white light on top of HomePod mini while the update is being applied.
Make sure to keep your HomePod mini plugged in during the update.
When the update is complete, a message appears in the Software Update section of the Home app. Faucet Recently updated to review the details.
How to update HomePod Mini automatically?
Keeping your HomePod mini up to date with the latest version of iOS is critical, just like your iPhone or iPad. If you set up automatic updates for your HomePod mini, you never have to worry about updating it manually.
How to update a HomePod to the latest version of the operating system
Open the Home app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Go to the same area you visited to manually update HomePod mini as described above, House icon > home settings.
To select Software update.
Under Automatic Updates at the top, turn on the switch next to HomePod.
When automatic updates are turned on, your HomePod mini will receive updates when they’re available.
How do I reset a HomePod mini?
To reset a HomePod mini, open the Home app, press and hold HomePod then scroll down and tap Settings (gear icon). Faucet Reset HomePod > delete accessory > Remove. Or unplug HomePod mini, wait 10 seconds, then plug it back in.
How do I connect a HomePod mini to an iPhone?
Make sure your iPhone is connected to the same Wi-Fi network that it will share with HomePod, and make sure the Google Home app is installed. Connect HomePod and keep your iPhone close. A window will appear on your iPhone; faucet facility. Follow the instructions to set up your HomePod.