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Xiaomi says it has fixed Mi Home Security Camera bug that displayed pictures from other cameras on Google Nest hub

Xiaomi launched its Home Security Camera earlier this year which supports 1080p recording with AI motion detection, infrared night vision, and more. While there has been a rise in the use and adoption of home security cameras and other smart home devices recently, there are issues related to privacy and security. On similar lines, today, a Xiaomi Security Camera displayed pictures from other cameras on a user's Google Nest Hub and this issue has affected a group of users. A Reddit user reported that his Xiaomi Security Camera started displaying still images from other cameras on his Google Nest Hub and more specifically, it displayed images of a man sleeping in a chair. The user also reported that both the Nest Hub and the Xiaomi Home Security Camera were new and purchased from AliExpress. It was running on the firmware version 3.5.1_00.66. Following the incident, Google disabled Xiaomi integrations on their devices and to remind you, users can link the Xiaomi Home Security Camera to a Google account for access with Nest devices through the Mi Home application. After Google disabled Xiaomi integrations, Xiaomi in a statement said that they have fixed the issue that plagued a group of users and this issue ...


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