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I'm new to Google having spent most of my time setting up Alexa devices for elderly friends & family in remote locations, so please forgive me if I don't state the problem correctly. I am used to setting up Echo Shows for others using their Alexa account with my Wi-Fi Settings. Then when it arrives at their home they only have to change the Wi-Fi settings... their Alexa account and all the settings I made for them stick Unless I'm missing something, and I REALLY hope I am, this is not possible with Nest Hub. https://www.gearbrain.com/change-google-nest-hub-wifi-2644896413.html https://www.digitaltrends.com/home/common-google-nest-hub-problems-and-how-to-fix-them/ https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/7170507?hl=en#:~:text=Change the Wi-Fi network of Google Nest or,up your device on a new network. The mobile device running Google home must be on the same Wi-Fi as the Nest Hub to forget "my Wi-Fi ". Even if they could do that, and then they need to run setup again which is a MANY step process. So I "forget" the network before sending it If this works, and sometimes it doesn't... see links above, then a factory reset has even more steps Is there another way?
I've been trying some of the solutions @AYL_Brian suggested in his YouTube video and found implementing solutions like contact closures on the fridge and cabinet doors worked very well. But, trying to using vibration sensors has proved to be quite a task. https://community.automatelife.net/topic/683-vibration-sensor-study/ I was wondering if anyone else has tried to automate their parent's homes for the purpose of monitoring their Activities of Daily Living to ensure their well being I'm also interesting in knowing of anyone has tried to log these events and determine changes from normal activity