Google Home Won’t Play Pandora: How To Restore Settings?

Pandora is a music streaming service that may be used to play music through your Google Home. There are hundreds of albums to choose from, and diversity isn’t a problem.

All you have to do is pay a tiny monthly fee, and your Google Speakers will play all of your favorite music.

Unfortunately, several customers have recently complained that Pandora does not operate with their Google Home. They are unable to get their Google account to stream music.

If you find yourself in a similar predicament, read on to learn about various troubleshooting solutions when your Google Home won’t play Pandora.

Google Home Won’t Play Pandora: Troubleshooting 

Power Cycle 

If your Pandora account was functioning properly with your Google Home before it suddenly stopped, power cycling your Google Home gadget is likely to solve your problem.

This procedure resolves all small difficulties that may be impacting your system, allowing you to access the Pandora library without difficulty.

So simply unplug the Google Home’s power cable. Wait around 60 seconds before plugging it back in, then ask Google to stream music to see whether the problem has been resolved.

Account Re-Link

If power cycling does not solve your problem, you may try relinking your Pandora account with the Google Home application.

To do so, launch Google Home on your phone and navigate to the menu by clicking in the upper left corner.

Go to music and audio service, and you’ll see your Pandora account registered to Google Home there. Simply touch it and select Unlink Account.

After that, reset your smartphone once again and then launch the Google Home application again. Go to music and audio settings and register your Pandora account again using the steps outlined above.

Fill in your account information and do Pandora, your default music service.

Examine the Net

If the internet is down, you may experience similar problems. You may check the condition of the internet by using your smartphone to browse or by conducting a speed test.

If your internet isn’t functioning, try rebooting your router and moving it closer to the Google Home.

When you renew your network connection with your Google Home, the signal strength will improve, and then you’ll be free to access your music collection more readily.


Finally, if nothing else works, we recommend resetting your Google Home device. You may do so by pressing and holding the mic button for almost 20 seconds or until you hear Google say the device is resetting.

After seeing this notification, press and hold the button for 10 seconds to reset the gadget.

Your issue will most likely be resolved if you re-configure all of the settings in your smartphone application.