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This video will show you how to use and manage your Digital Life security system and features. Visit the AT&T Community Forums to find answers and help others! http://soc.att.com/forum About AT&T Support: Find support videos for all the latest and greatest AT&T products, devices, & services. Connect with AT&T online: For additional support please visit us at: http://soc.att.com/esupport Find your answers on the Forums: http://soc.att.com/forum Follow AT&T on Twitter: http://soc.att.com/twitter_attcares Like AT&T on Facebook: http://soc.att.com/FacebookATT Follow AT&T on Google+: http://soc.att.com/Google_ATT Visit AT&T on our Website: http://bit.ly/WMflzV Using your Digital Life system | AT&T Digital Life
The Amazon Echo can’t do 5 things that the Google Home or Google Home Mini can. Google just came out with the Google max. Google Home can translate words and phrases in 50 languages. The Google Home Mini and Amazon Echo Spot are great products for 2017. You can find the products on Amazon here Amazon Echo (2nd Gen) http://amzn.to/2igR6gV Amazon Echo Spot http://amzn.to/2gPGyF1 Amazon Echo Plus http://amzn.to/2zTOFaX Amazon Echo Dot http://amzn.to/2gPfXb8 Amazon Echo Show http://amzn.to/2r8Kwww Battery for Echo Dot http://amzn.to/2pZn9UZ Battery for Echo http://amzn.to/2qY9dyY Google Home https://goo.gl/CYPpIa Google Home has multi room audio while the Amazon Echo is just one speaker. Google Home can synchronize music to multiple rooms across all its speakers, or just send music to one room. That works great when trying to wake up kids for school. Amazon Echo can be instructed to play music remotely, but only on one speaker. Google Home can customize the base to change color to reflect your homes style. The Amazon Echo comes in either black or white Google Home can use the context of the previous question to answer the next question. Which is powered by Google Assistant. Which means you can ask follow up questions, without repeating parts of the original question. The Amazon Echo doesn't have follow up questions. Alexa says Google Home has good people skills. Google Home can send video to my TV via chromecast and be the life of a party. In addition to requesting songs, people can request videos. The Amazon Echo can play music The Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, and Google Home also work in Canada, the UK and Germany. Alexa can you summarize why you think you are superior to the Amazon Echo? Google Home comes down to Artificial Intelligence. Google has years of research in this, combined with Google web search, Google now, and of course the latest which is Google Assistant. So you would have the power and knowledge of google at your beck and call You can follow us at the following: https://www.HomeAutomationX.com https://www.Instagram.com/HomeAutomationX https://www.facebook.com/HomeAutomationX https://www.youtube.com/HomeAutomationX https://www.twitter.com/HomeAutomationX https://www.patreon.com/HomeAutomationX SnapChat @HomeAutomationX
Watch this AT&T support video to learn how to install your Wireless Access Point, or WAP device, and your U-verse TV Wireless Receiver. Learn more at: http://yt.att.com/572ba00d About AT&T Support: Find support videos for all the latest and greatest AT&T products, devices, & services. Connect with AT&T online: For additional support please visit us at: http://soc.att.com/esupport Find your answers on the Forums: http://soc.att.com/forum Follow AT&T on Twitter: http://soc.att.com/twitter_attcares Like AT&T on Facebook: http://soc.att.com/FacebookATT Follow AT&T on Google+: http://soc.att.com/Google_ATT Visit AT&T on our Website: http://bit.ly/WMflzV U-verse TV Wireless Receiver Installation | AT&T U-verse In this video, you will learn how to install your Wireless Access Point and your U-verse TV Wireless Receiver in three easy steps. In Step 1 we will walk you through setting up your Wireless Receiver. Then, Step 2 will show setting up your Wireless Access Point, and in Step 3 you will learn how to link the Wireless Receiver to your Wireless Access Point. Please do not attempt to install your new receiver prior to the service activation date and time on your packing slip. Make sure you have the Wireless Receiver, power cord and U-verse TV remote control that came with the Wireless Receiver. You may have also received a Wireless Access Point, Ethernet cable and power cord. In order to complete the setup, you will need to locate your AT&T Wi-Fi Gateway. You will also need a cable to connect the receiver to your TV. An HDMI cable is preferred because it provides a single connection and delivers superior audio and HD video content. Our first step is setting up your Wireless Receiver. You will need to make a video connection between the receiver and your TV by plugging one end of an HDMI component or other cable into the respective port on the back of the receiver. Connect the other end of the cable into the matching port on the back of your TV. After connecting the wireless receiver to the TV, plug the provided power cord into the back of the receiver and the other end into a working electrical outlet. The receiver will power on automatically. You can now power on your TV and go to the input source screen. Your TV manufacturer's remote control may have a button labeled TV Input or Video Source that will take you there. Select the input source you connected to the Wireless Receiver. For instance, if you used the HDMI 3 port on your TV, select "HDMI 3”. You may need to consult your TV manual for details. It may take up to one minute before on-screen instructions appear on your TV. Our second step is setting up your Wireless Access Point. If you already have a Wireless Receiver installed and are now installing a second Wireless Receiver, you can skip this step and move ahead to Step 3. Plug one end of the supplied yellow Ethernet cable into one of the open yellow Ethernet LAN ports on the back of the AT&T Wi-Fi Gateway. Be sure to leave existing cables plugged into your Wi-Fi Gateway and make sure you have an open Ethernet port for the Wireless Access Point. Now, plug the other end of the yellow Ethernet cable into the yellow port on the back of the Wireless Access Point. Next, connect the provided power cord to the back of the Wireless Access Point and plug the other end into a working electrical outlet. Once powered up, the power LED light on the front of the Wireless Access Point should be green. And finally, Step 3, let's get your TV receiver and Wireless Access Point talking to each other. Press the Wi-Fi Protected Setup or WPS button on the front of the Wireless Access Point. This is the only button on the front of the Wireless Access Point. Follow the instructions on your TV. Locate and press the "OK" button on the front of the Wireless Receiver. Do not use the "OK" button on the remote control. You should see a fast blinking green LED bar above the button on the Wireless Access Point. You may see a message on your TV once the connection has been successful. You should also see the solid green LINK LED light on the front of the Wireless Receiver. Either indicator means a successful connection. Please allow up to 10 minutes for your receiver to boot up. Do not turn off your receiver during this time. Live TV will appear when the start up process is complete. Press the Guide button to start enjoying your favorite programming. If you see a connection error, press and hold the Power button for 10 seconds to restart the Wireless Receiver and repeat the connection process. If restarting does not correct the connection error, disconnect your Wireless Receiver from its current location, move it closer to the Wi-Fi Gateway, plug the Wireless Receiver into an electrical outlet and reconnect it to a TV. Thanks for choosing AT&T!
Google Home Mini vs Echo Dot 2nd Generation - Comparison and Review Echo Dot or Google Home Mini? It's a home automation battle where it's the Echo Dot vs the Google Home Mini. Which device reigns supreme? Find out in our comparison video of these two great smart home hubs. It's the Echo Dot vs the Google Home in the following categories: The Speaker Listening/Responding Look and Feel Smart Home Life Integration Device Smarts Overall The Google Home Mini's speaker is a 40 mm, while the Echo dot carries with it a 15 (approximate) mm speaker. The Google Home mini gives you a serviceable speaker, whereas I would say that the Echo Dot is only good for spoken content. Of course, both devices can use Bluetooth, and so any issues here can be mitigated. On top of that, the Echo Dot 2nd Generation carries with it a 3.5 mm output port on the back that can go straight to a speaker. Still, in the end, the Google Home Mini wins this part of the battle in a landslide. In terms of listening and then responding, the battle of the Echo Dot vs Google Home Mini becomes much closer. However, when you start using these devices daily, the Google Home Mini comes out on top. It's able to decipher almost everything I say, and what's more, it can decipher what my 4-year-old child says almost everytime. The edge goes to the Google Home Mini. Continuing on to decide whether it's Google Home Mini or Echo Dot is our discussion on look and feel. Now, given the fact that Amazon has created an Echo Dot that looks like a hockey puck, it's pretty obvious that Google Home Mini is the better-looking device. However, what I'll say is that the Echo Dot is great for a tech/office space. Still, in the end, the Google Home Mini can go anywhere in your home and so it wins this category as well. Now here's where the battle starts to turn. Smart Home capabilities in the Echo Dot vs the Google Home Mini really start to show. Given the Skills capability in the Echo Dot, Alexa and the Echo Dot win this hands down. Google Home Mini's interface is much nicer and someday Google may catch up, but the Echo Dot's ecosystem for home automation is unparalleled. They will continue to allow companies to develop skills for their Alexa home assistant and companies will do so to be able to integrate. In terms of Life Integration, both devices are amazing. Both the Echo Dot and the Google Home Mini have their benefits in terms of how they work within your life, but in the end, the Echo Dot is the winner again. The reasons are simple, as the calendar and shopping list functions within the Alexa and/or Echo Dot are nothing short of excellent. Google has some work to do, even though they've made great strides over the last year. The final of our indices is called Device Smarts. The Echo Dot has great intelligence, but Google Home Mini and the Google Assistant are the top of the food chain in this battle. When comparing the Echo Dot vs Google Home Mini, there really is no comparison when it comes to items like search, asking questions, getting stock quotes, creating timers, playing games, and translating into different languages. On top of all this great functionality (that the Echo Dot simply can't match), Google Assistant is just plain smart. It understand s what you're asking and can interpret very well. Overall, whether you choose the Echo Dot or the Google Home Mini, you're not going to go wrong. However, for the purposes of my evaluation, I'm going with the Google Home Mini. It's just too good of a product, and the Google Assistant is still the best. Alexa and the Echo Dot have a great Skills ecosystem and the best-in-world smart home control. In the end though, the smartness of the Google Home Mini and the quality level of the Mini is incredible. Thanks for watching, and please subscribe below! Brian https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtRSKEipM17PF7n0mi66btQ?sub_confirmation=1
Amazon's new Echo Spot is the latest take on a smart alarm clock for your bedroom. It gets a lot of things right: it's cute, it can be fully controlled with your voice, and its display is useful for showing the time, weather, and other information. But it isn't perfect, and there's one particular thing that will probably keep it out of the bedrooms of lots of people. Subscribe: https://goo.gl/G5RXGs Check out our full video catalog: https://goo.gl/lfcGfq Visit our playlists: https://goo.gl/94XbKx Like The Verge on Facebook: https://goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: https://goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: https://goo.gl/7ZeLvX Read More: http://www.theverge.com
This video will provide a look at the Amazon Alexa integration and an overview of how to add the Digital Life skill to Alexa.
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