Google Home Gains Belkin Wemo and Honeywell Support Today
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To setup your Honeywell and Belkin Wemo products may refer to, open the Google Home app, slide out the side menu, choose “More Settings,” tap on “Home Control may refer to,” and then hit the “+” button the lower right corner. You should then see the new additions. Just be aware that each will ask you to connect your accounts to Google.
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