Check on what matters by streaming your compatible security or doorbell camera on your Google Nest display.
What you need
- A compatible security camera set up with the manufacturer’s app
- A Nest display
- Google Home app
Cameras that work with 'Hey Google'
You can stream video from the following security cameras to your Nest display.
- Atomi smart
- homee Smart Home
- mydlink Smart
- ioe smart
- iView iHome
- KAFO Smart
- Logi Circle
- MCL DOMO
- Momentum Smart Home
- Panasonic HomeHawk
- Q-See Plus
- SimCam Smart Home
- Smart K
- Swann Smart Security Camera
- TP-Link Kasa
- Tuya Smart, Smart Life
- Wyze Cam
Step 1. Set up your security camera
If you have a Nest camera or doorbell, follow the linked instructions:
If you have another compatible camera, follow the steps provided by the device maker.
Step 2. Set up your Nest display
Learn how to set up your Nest display. Make sure that you connect it to the same Wi-Fi network as your camera.
Step 3. Add your camera or doorbell to the Home app
Note: If you’ve set up a Nest camera or doorbell, it should already be added to the Google Home app. If you can’t find it in the app, force close the app and open it again. If you still can’t find the camera, follow the steps below.
- Open the Google Home app .
- Verify that the Google Account shown is the one linked to your speaker or display. To switch accounts, tap another account or Add another account.
- Verify that the home listed is the one in which you want to pair your security camera. To switch between homes, click the triangle to the right of the home name.
- At the top left, tap Add Set up device Works with Google.
- Choose your camera manufacturer from the list to finish the setup process.
Add an additional camera
After you’ve added a camera manufacturer to your Google Home app, use the following voice commands with your Nest display to add an additional camera:
|To do this:||Say 'Hey Google', then:|
|Sync all devices||'Sync my devices'|
|Sync a device type||'Sync my cameras'|
Step 4. Use voice commands to stream your security camera
To do this:
Say 'Hey Google', then:
'Show [camera name]'