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Does the Deebot OZMO 930 work with Google Home?

Does the Deebot OZMO 930 work with Google Home?

Best Answer: Yes! The Deebot OZMO 930 smart robot vacuum is fully compatible with Google Home. This means you can command your robot vacuum to start cleaning, stop cleaning, head back to the charger, and much more with simple voice commands.Amazon: ECOVACS Deebot OZMO 930 Smart Robotic Vacuum (opens in new tab) ($491)

How do I set up Google Assistant with my OZMO 930?

First, you'll need the Google Assistant app (opens in new tab) from the App Store, which is free. Once you have it downloaded, launch it, and then go into the Explore page, and search for Ecovacs or Deebot. When you find the correct one, just tap on the "Link Deebot to Google" option.

This takes you to a separate page where you'll need to log in to your Ecovacs account. Make sure to select your country and choose the model (OZMO 930) to link with. After this, you should be set!

What are some of the commands I can use with Deebot OZMO 930?

The most basic commands you can tell your Deebot are to start cleaning, stop cleaning, and head back to the charger. But there are definitely some more options available, including:

  • "Dock the vacuum"
  • "Is the vacuum running?"
  • "Stop vacuuming"
  • "Stop the vacuum"
  • "Pause the vacuum"
  • "Start the vacuum"
  • "Send the vacuum home"
  • "Is the vacuum charging?"
  • "Start vacuuming"
  • "Charge the vacuum"

It's pretty self-explanatory for the most part, and if you're used to using Google Assistant for voice commands, then this should be second nature to you already.

What if I don't use Google Home or Google Assistant?

No worries! Deebot OZMO 930 is also compatible with Amazon Alexa if you have a device like an Echo in the house. Here's what you need to do to get your OZMO 930 set up with Amazon Alexa:

Download the Alexa app (opens in new tab) on the App Store. After it downloads, launch it and make sure that you're logged in to your Amazon account associated with your Echo devices. Then just search for "Ecovacs" in the search window. Select the "Ecovacs Deebot" skill and make sure it's toggled on. You'll then need to log in to your Ecovacs account, select your country, and then choose the Deebot model you want to link to (OZMO 930 in this case).

Now you're set up with Amazon Alexa! The voice commands are just like the ones for Google Assistant, but you'll be using "Alexa" instead of "Google."

Christine Chan
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Christine Romero-Chan has been writing about technology, specifically Apple, for over a decade at a variety of websites. She is currently the iMore lead on all things iPhone, and has been using Apple’s smartphone since the original iPhone back in 2007. While her main speciality is the iPhone, she also covers Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac when needed.

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