click on the account icon (bottom right)
under google assistant click on “other settings”
choose the assistant tab
click on “smart home”
even if you have no connected devices in the list, click on the 3 dots on the top right
click on manage accounts
you should be able to disconnect openhab now
that is what i normally do
thow away coupled account and then add it again.
problem is i can not add it(because of the error) and i can not throw it away because it is not in the list of coupled devices, only the sonos is (which i threw away but that did not help)
i even threw away all the rooms so there is nothing left.
i just can not add it anymore and i do not get the oauth2 screen anymore. it is like google changed something and they do not want openhab to be added anymore or the openhab plugin changed
i did not change a thing in my setup.
Ha i put my iphone in flight mode. it does exactly the same so it looks like the problem is in google home/assistant and the Openhab plugin which is supplied to google. either google changed something or Openhab did.
i noticed dome openhab changes 2 months ago and i think these are responsible
it is not even actively looking to openhab(how can he do this without a network connection)
I’d say that is a google home bug that doesn’t forward the request to myopenhab within your account (some “registered” flag within their code might not have been reset)
One last thing you could try out on OH side to shake things up a bit, is delete your myopenhab account and recreate it.
I’m not sure if it would work smoothly, nor that it woudl ahve any effect whatsoever, but, well, it can’t get much worse than what you are describing.
deleted myopenhab account
recreated it(cloud was offline)
deleted cloud connector and installed it againb(back online)
with my account is states account coupled and then something went wrong.
then i used the google account from my son.
first i get the oauth2 screen and after that the coupled screen and after that all the the devices.
so it looks like google assistant is not redirected to the oauth2 screen but instantly bypasses it(without the correct credentials) then it mentions something went wrong(because it has no authorised connection to openhab)
i was searching for the page to delete my account. scrolled to the bottom
i noticed an entry LINKED ACCOUNTS
opened it and instantly noticed openhab
deleted it and the problem is gone.
so the problem is not giving google access to apps but it seems Google was linked to openhab
I was too early. I could remove the Google account from myOpenHAB and the OpenHAB from my Linked accounts in Google. But I cannot get the Google Assistant working anymore. I always get two screens. The first says OpenHab is linked and the second one is there was an error “Something went wrong. Try again.”.