To use Google Assistant voice control with your Control4 system, you must have at least one of the following:
You can follow the instructions below or watch this video.
To connect Google Home with your Control4 system:
Make sure your Control4 system has a 4Sight license. To verify, go to your customer.control4.com account, then click My Account and scroll down to see 4Sight status.
Make sure your Control4 system is running Smart Home OS 3.0 or newer. To verify, log in to your customer.control4.com account, click My Account, then click My System.
Tap Add, then tap Set up device.
Under Works with Google, tap Have something already set up?
On the Manage Accounts page, under Add new, tap Control4.
Enter your existing customer.control4.com account credentials.
Select or deselect the Smart Home Privacy Guard checkbox. For more information on Smart Home Privacy Guard™, see below.
Google Home is connected to your Control4 system, and you can control available devices using Google Assistant.
Smart Home Privacy Guard controls how the current settings of your devices are shared with Google.
To disable (or enable) Smart Home Privacy Guard after it’s already set up:
Log in to your customer.control4.com account, click My Automation, then click Voice Control.
Scroll down and click Disable Privacy Guard (or Enable Privacy Guard).
If you've chosen to disable Smart Home Privacy Guard, select the individual Share Data checkboxes, or click share all or share none, to select the devices you want to share data with Google. (By default, devices are set to not share data.)
For Google Assistant to understand your voice instructions, devices must have unique names. Ask your Smart Home Pro to make sure devices have unique names, or rename the devices yourself.
To rename devices yourself:
Scroll down until you see the device you want to rename. Exclamation points (warning symbols) identify devices and scenes that have the same name.
Click Edit next to the device name, type the new name, then press Enter.
Although Google Home will discover your smart home's controllable devices, you don't necessarily have to enable voice control for all of them. You can specify which individual devices can use voice control.
To disable voice control for a device:
Scroll down until you see the device you want to change the voice setting for.
Select the individual Voice Enabled checkboxes, or click enable all or disable all, to select the devices you want to be voice control enabled. (By default, devices are set to Voice Enabled.)
Click Save Changes.
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