Change your mobile camera or audio device for Meet

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Turn off your camera for Google Meet

To turn off your camera, tap Video camera "".

Video resolution cannot be adjusted using the Meet mobile app.

Reverse your mobile camera for Meet

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You can reverse the camera on your mobile device during a video meeting.  

For example, the Meet app uses the selfie view by default, but you can reverse the camera to show the room you are in or a whiteboard.

On Android:

  1. Open the Meet mobile app.
  2. Join a video call.
  3. On the top right corner, tap Switch camera .

Switch camera



Turn off automatic camera low light adjustments

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If you are in a dark location, Meet automatically brightens your camera’s exposure so people can clearly see you in the meeting.

If you don't want Meet to automatically brighten your camera’s exposure, you can turn off low light mode.

Note: This setting is currently supported on IOS devices only.

  1. Open the Meet app Meet app.
  2. Join a video call.
  3. On the bottom right, tap More More.
  4. Tap Settings Settings and then Turn off Adjust video for low light .

Tip:  If you want Meet to automatically brighten your camera's lighting again, you can turn on Adjust video for low light .



Switch your mobile audio device for Meet

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When you’re in a Google Meet video meeting and on the go, you can quickly switch between different audio devices. For example, start or join a video meeting using your phone’s earbuds and then switch to Bluetooth in your car. At home, switch to your device's built-in speaker and use the speakerphone.

You can select the audio device before or after you join a meeting.

  1. Once in a video call, tap your screen.
  2. On the top right, tap audio source .
  3. Select the audio source:
    • Wired headphones 
    • Phone 
    • Speaker 
    • Bluetooth 

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