Google Home Mini Wall Mount
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Wall mount for Google Home Mini: Use a piece of double sided tape or 1 or 2 countersunk screws to mount this bracket to a wall, and then snap your Google Home Mini into it. If you put the power cord at the bottom, the volume controls will be reversed: touch on the left to increase the volume, and touch on the right to lower the volume.
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 12/2/2017: I removed the versions without the screw holes as they tended to flex too much due the the thinner back, and didn't hold the Mini as tightly.
Update 1/12/2018: Google now sells a wall mount, too: https://store.google.com/product/incipio_wall_mount
Printed with PLA
Mount to wall with double sided tape
How I Designed This
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. The four clips are not equally spaced to avoid blocking the microphone mute switch.
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