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How to Add Lifx Lights to Google Home

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Introduction

In This Guide
Lifx

1 Add Lifx

  1. Open Google Home.
    Google Home.
  2. Select Accounts at the bottom.
    Accounts
  3. Select Set up or add.
    Add
  4. Select Set up device.
    Add device
  5. Select Works with Google.
    Works with Google.c
  6. Scroll through the list, and select LIFX.
    LIFX Logo
  7. Fill in your Email, and Password for your Philips Hue account, then select Sign in.
    Lifx Permission request with Email Password and Sign In highlighted.
  8. Lifx will ask if you trust Google to control your lights. Select Authorize.
    Lifx Google Home Integration with Authorize highlighted.
  9. After a few moments, Google will be able to control your lights. This includes from your smartphone, and your various Google Home speakers.

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In This Guide
Lifx
  1. Open Google Home.
    Google Home.
  2. Select Accounts at the bottom.
    Accounts
  3. Select Set up or add.
    Add
  4. Select Set up device.
    Add device
  5. Select Works with Google.
    Works with Google.c
  6. Scroll through the list, and select LIFX.
    LIFX Logo
  7. Fill in your Email, and Password for your Philips Hue account, then select Sign in.
    Lifx Permission request with Email Password and Sign In highlighted.
  8. Lifx will ask if you trust Google to control your lights. Select Authorize.
    Lifx Google Home Integration with Authorize highlighted.
  9. After a few moments, Google will be able to control your lights. This includes from your smartphone, and your various Google Home speakers.