If your HomePod is not responding, what will you do? You don’t need to worry about this problem. I have some solution to resolve this problem. Here I am going to tell you that solution.
Test the Wi-Fi Connection
First, check the Wi-Fi connection. If you change the Wi-Fi password, it may be the reason for the problem. Then bring the Homepod keeps into nearby your iPhone. Then ask the question to Siri if the HomePod has been started to respond.
Turn On or Off Siri
If your Homepod has been connected to Wi-Fi, it doesn’t respond to Siri then you have to turn on or off Personal assistant from your Home App.
- Open the “Home App” on your device.
- Then you should press and hold the HomePod button on the Home tab.
- Click on the “Details”.
- Then turn off the “Hey Siri”.
- Next, you have to that Reboot your iPhone and then launch the “Home” app again. Then Again Turn on the “Hey Siri”.
Reset the HomePod
You can reset the HomePod using two methods.
1)Reset the HomePod using Home App
- Open the “Home” App on your device.
- Now you have to click and hold the “HomePod” icon in the Home tab.
- Then click the “Details”.
- Scroll down the page to the bottom for Remove Accessory.
2)Reset the HomePod Manually
- First, you can unplug the HomePod and then plug it again.
- Then you should press and hold the HomePod at the top.
Update the Speaker’s OS
1)Turn off the Automatic Software Update
- Launch “Home App” on your Device.
- Then at the top left corner, click the Arrow icon.
- Next, you have to turn on the “Software UPdate” and turn off the “Automatic Software Update”.
If you turn off the Automatic Software Update, it won’t update automatically.
2)Manually Update the HomePod
Make sure that your iPhone is signed in your Apple ID which is used to set up your HomePod.
- Open the “Home App” on your iPhone. Then at the top left corner click the arrow icon.
- Click on the “Software Update”.
- Next, click “Install”, if you are seeing an update.