All ot the sudden. One of my Sonos one devices no longer plays music when I ask it to on the Google Assistant. It says I must tell it what device to play it on. It never did this before and it's obviously kind of stupid since it is obviously the device I want to play it on. I thought the fix would be to pair the Sonos one as its own speaker but I can't find that option in Google home. I can for other rooms where I have legacy Sonos devices paired with Google home devices. But when it's all integrated in one thing I can't seem to figure out how to make it default to playing on itself anymore?
Best answer by Corry PView original
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If rebooting the device by removing power for a moment does not help, please try the following:
First, please remove Google Assistant from that particular Sonos One. Settings » Services & Voice » Google Assistant » [room name] » Remove Google Assistant.
Next, follow these steps to unlink that particular device from Google Assistant:
Now, in the Sonos app once more, add Google Assistant to the speaker. Settings » Services & Voice » Add a Voice Assistant » Google Assistant and follow the on-screen prompts.
When finished, please test implicit commands (where you don’t reference the room name). If they still don’t work, there is a more involved process whereby we would unlink all Sonos devices and also remove your Sonos account from Google, then set it all up again. Repeat the above steps, and at step 4 of unlinking devices, unlink all Sonos devices then follow these steps to remove the Sonos account:
Once all Sonos devices and the account are unlinked from Google, add Google Assistant to the Sonos One once more (as described above) and that process will automatically link your Sonos account back to Google.
I hope this helps - if not, or if you require guidance, I recommend you get in touch with our technical support team for assistance.