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Google Home is still re-adding audio features it lost due to the Sonos lawsuit

A picture of two Google Nest Audio speakers sitting on a piece of furniture.
The future is back, baby. | Photo: Dan Seifert / The Verge

After a few years of legal battles, you can once again control grouped speakers using the Google Home app and Google Assistant. The feature was slipped into Android 15 beta 2 last week, and now it’s going out to everyone, so users shouldn’t have to adjust the volume one speaker at a time anymore from their Android phones.

From the Google Home app, you should be able to adjust the volume from the Now Playing screen in the app when you’re playing to multiple speakers just by adjusting the volume as normal — the same goes for Google Assistant-compatible smart speakers. The company says there will be other ways to access its “Group Volume Control” feature later, including from an Android smartphone lock screen or smart displays like the…

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