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Introduction

The Google Nest Wifi Point is a Wi-Fi range extender that doubles as a smart speaker with Google Assistant.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Google Nest Wifi Point, use our service manual.

  1. The Google Nest Wifi Point opens from the bottom Use the spudger to completely remove the rubber layer. Starting at the power button provides the best leverage. Remove the adhesive layer to expose the 4x T4 screws
    • The Google Nest Wifi Point opens from the bottom

    • Use the spudger to completely remove the rubber layer. Starting at the power button provides the best leverage.

    • Remove the adhesive layer to expose the 4x T4 screws

  2. Remove the 4x T4 screws from the bottom plate of the Google Nest Wifi Point Use the spudger to pry off bottom cover of unit.
    • Remove the 4x T4 screws from the bottom plate of the Google Nest Wifi Point

    • Use the spudger to pry off bottom cover of unit.

  3. The bottom portion of the unit is held in place with 5 x T6H screws. Note the 9 LEDs on the Google Nest Wifi Point Once removed, the speaker driver can be exposed as well as the first board that contains 2x LED drivers - Texas Instrument LP5018 The speaker is held in place with 4x T8H screws
    • The bottom portion of the unit is held in place with 5 x T6H screws. Note the 9 LEDs on the Google Nest Wifi Point

    • Once removed, the speaker driver can be exposed as well as the first board that contains 2x LED drivers - Texas Instrument LP5018

    • The speaker is held in place with 4x T8H screws

  4. Disconnect the speaker from the main board The main board is connected to a heatsink/sub-chassis with 2x T6H screws Disconnect the 3 antenna wires from the main board
    • Disconnect the speaker from the main board

    • The main board is connected to a heatsink/sub-chassis with 2x T6H screws

    • Disconnect the 3 antenna wires from the main board

  5. The sub-chassis is held in place with 4x T7H screws The sub-chassis also houses 3 antennas The top board contains 3 DMICs as well as a touch sensor - Cypress CY8CMBR3108
    • The sub-chassis is held in place with 4x T7H screws

    • The sub-chassis also houses 3 antennas

    • The top board contains 3 DMICs as well as a touch sensor - Cypress CY8CMBR3108

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Jake Lucas

Member since: 11/13/2019

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3 Comments

Is there anyone from the previous gen?

Christian Öhrn - Reply

Can you add more images of just the molded housing? Curious what kind of tools they’re using to make this shell with no parting lines and an undercut all around

Peej - Reply

Is it possible to remove the led driver PCB from the base? Mine is completely stuck.

Jake Staahl - Reply

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