Google accidentally wiped a bunch of Google Wifi and OnHub devices

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Google has apologized to its Google Wifi and OnHub customers after it inadvertently reset a number of routers to their factory settings. Google blamed an issue with its Google Accounts engine for the problem, which forced OnHub owners offline in the middle of the US day, erasing their saved settings and forcing them to re-enter their network information.

Frustrated customers took to Google’s forums, Twitter, and other social networks to complain that their routers had been disabled. Some worried that their routers had been bricked entirely, having tried — and failed — to connect to their own networks after unplugging and power cycling the devices. Google itself offered advice on how to connect devices to its routers once they were back…

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