- Stories came in final 7 days that the Google Household Max was killing some Wi-Fi networks.
- The issue appeared isolated to networks with a Household Max and TP-Url Archer 7 router.
- Considering that the issue was 1st described, additional individuals are claiming to have the identical issue with other Google Household and Chromecast units and distinct routers.
Final 7 days we told you about the Google Household Max killing some Wi-Fi networks. The problem seemed isolated to the Household Max and the TP-Url Archer C7 router. Immediately after we posted our report, additional customers posted on the Google Products Discussion boards indicating that the problem is actually additional widespread.
It now appears that customers with other TP-Url routers are enduring the issue as very well. Furthermore, customers with Linksys, Synology, and other varieties of routers are emotion the discomfort also. If that wasn’t lousy adequate, the problem doesn’t appear solely with just the Google Household Max. Consumers with other Google Household models and Chromecasts are reporting that their networks are staying knocked offline also.
TP-Url introduced a beta software update for the Archer C7 that should really remedy the issue, but it hasn’t worked for everybody. With various impacted routers and many Google units concerned, we’re left to wonder just what the problem may be at this level. We haven’t observed an official response from Google on the issue however, but a Google Products Discussion board Supervisor said that Google is doing the job on the issue. If you are having a comparable problem, strike the button underneath to head above to the boards and permit Google know.