With this guide, I am going to tell you how to completely turn off the Google Nest Hub Display. Modern-day gadgets make our work easier but they should never have full control of our lives. Let me simplify it. You should limit the way you use high-end devices. When you retire for the day you must make sure the gadgets should not be around you. I know a lot of our readers use the smart speaker Google Nest Hub in their households. Most use it 24*7 for sleep tracking along with other day-to-day uses.
The Nest Hub has a dim-mode that enables during the night-time. Although dimmed, for most users that ray of light from the display can cause loss of sleep. Naturally, the human body and mind look for darkness while trying to sleep. So, if you do not want a disturbed sleep cycle you can turn off the Google Nest Hub display. Let’s check out how.
Turn off Google Nest Hub Display at Night
You can make changes to the settings of your smart speaker from the Google Home app.
- Open the Google Home app from your Android/iOS device
- You will see a list of devices among which your Nest will be listed
- Select your device
- Under that tap on the Settings icon [the gear symbol in the upper-right corner]
- Tap on Display to access its settings
- Set the display to Dim or Dark depending upon when the low-light mode activates
- Next, you have to set what your screen will show when the low-light enables. There will be two options Turn off Screen and Show Clock.
- As you would be sleeping and the alarm will still ring even if you turn off the display, select the option Turn off Screen
- There is also an option to set the minimum brightness of your device. In my opinion, set it to dark as you have already turned off the screen in the previous step.
In the morning time, when the alarm will ring, the display will turn on automatically sensing that daytime has occurred.
So, that’s the simple way to turn off the display of your Google Nest Hub and still have it wake you up in the morning without disturbing your sleep with its low-light mode’s dim display light.