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Google Home Bluetooth issues: "Sorry, power controls is not yet supported"

Google Home Hub

I play music on my Google Home Hub through an external Samsung Bluetooth speaker. The initial pairing has to be done from Google Home app, but after this, it's sufficient to say "Hei Google, connect to Bluetooth" and Google Home would say "OK, looking for paired devices" and almost immediately connect to the speaker. This worked absolutely fine for around 6 months and then suddenly Google Home Hub instead of connecting to Bluetooth would respond "Sorry, power controls is not yet supported..."

Import PST files to Office 365 Exchange

  • Assign Mailbox Import Export role to yourself (can take up to 24 hour to take effect, normally around 1 hour):
    • Exchange Admin Centre > Permissions > Admin Roles. Create a new role:
      • Name: Import / Export
      • Write Scope: Default
      • Roles: Mailbox Import Export
      • Members: <admin name>
  • Go to Office 365 Security & Compliance > Data Governance > Import. Click on New import job and complete a simple wizard (choose Upload your Data option).

Adopt orphaned Ubiquity UniFi devices

Ubiquity UniFi Cloud Key controllers are notorious for getting corrupted database after powering them off without clean shut down. Best course of action in such cases is to factory reset the Cloud Key and then restore from a backup up. If no backup is available you'll have to factory reset and reconfigure it from scratch. The main issue with this is that all UniFi WiFi Access Points and other devices that were previously managed by this controller will now be orphaned and appear in devices list as Manager By Other.

 

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