Wall mount for Google Home Mini, with four mounting options: double sided tape, a single countersunk screw, two screws vertically, or two screens horizontally. Mount to a wall, mirror or any flat surface, then snap your Google Home Mini into it and plug in the USB power cord.
When mounted vertically, with the power cord at the bottom, the Google Home Mini is actually upside down, and the volume controls and LEDs will be reversed. To fix that, use the Google Home app, and enable "Reverse device controls" in Device Settings.
To mount with tape, cut a piece of double side tape almost as wide as the back plate, cut off two corners for a better fit, and stick it to the top of the back plate.
Update 4/3/2018: Updated for an improved look of the clips, and three versions, labeled v3:
- Mini wall holder 0-v3.stl - no screw holes, ideal for use with double sided tape
- Mini wall holder 6-v3.stl - with screw holes for smaller #6 screws
- Mini wall holder 8-v3.stl - with screw holes for larger #8 screws
Printed with PLA. No supports necessary - the power cord opening printed just fine for me without support.
Mount to wall with double sided tape or one or two countersunk screws.
I used OpenScad to design this bracket. The shape of the Google Home Mini makes it difficult to hold it without making the bracket to intrusive. I tried a couple of iterations to get a good hold on the Mini.