Use this information if you have issues with Google Meet hardware during a video meeting. For example, you or your users might have audio distortion or video problems.
To troubleshoot issues on Meet hardware, you:
- Should be an administrator for your organization.
- Need access to submit and respond to support cases.
- Need physical access to the device and meeting room.
- Should turn on feedback by email in your Google Admin console so you receive user-submitted feedback. For details, see Manage Google Meet hardware.
Apply device and network best practices
When there’s an issue, ask users to submit feedback while they’re still in the video meeting. Tell them to use the button at the lower left of the Meet hardware screen.
If they’ve left the meeting, ask users to submit feedback from the Meet hardware Home screen. Or, do it for them.
Use the feedback with the steps below to troubleshoot.
- Go to the room with the issue with a USB drive, keyboard, and mouse.
- Restart the device and press Ctrl+Alt+S.
- Browse as guest and go to chrome://network/#logs.
- Under Options, select the following checkbox options:
- Include a policies.json file with policy configurations
- Include all log files collected by debugd as a separate archive
- Include Chrome log files in the archive
- Click Store system logs.
The file saves to the Downloads folder.
- Insert the USB drive.
- Save the log to a USB drive.
- Sign in as an administrator.
- See Contact Google Workspace support to open a support case.
- Attach logs, time of issue, and the device serial number.
- Record the case number for reference.
- How to troubleshoot Meet (computers and mobile devices)
- Troubleshoot issues with Meet
- Known issues and limitations
- Send feedback