Error 6722 or Blank White screen is reportedly preventing users from setting up HomePod. Apart from this one, HomePod owners are also running into HomeKit and Wi-Fi related setup errors. So how to get rid of HomePod Setup Failed Error 6722 or Blank White screen?
Corrupt HomeKit setup can be the reason why you are unable to setup HomePod. There may be other issues as well; we have listed here some possible solutions that will help you resolve Error 6722.
How to Fix HomePod Setup Failed Error 6722 Or Having Blank White Screen
- Your iOS device must be running iOS 11.2.5 or later.
- Enable iCloud Keychain on your iPhone or iPad: Settings → Your Name → iCloud → Keychain→ iCloud Keychain.
- Set up two-factor authentication on your Apple ID.
Turn Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Off/On in iOS Devices
One of the easiest ways to fix the issue is to turn Wi-Fi and Bluetooth off and then turn them back on. Open Settings→ Wi-Fi/Bluetooth and deactivate. Next, restart your device and turn Wi-Fi and Bluetooth ON again.
Check Wi-fi Connection
While you are here, also check the Wi-Fi connection. Your iPhone or iPad should be connected to a WPA/WPA2 Personal Wi-Fi network. Note that HomePod is not compatible with following network types:
Public or subscription networks (available at business centers, airports, hotel lobbies, coffee shops, and other locations that offer free Wi-fi hotspots for internet users) where you need to sign in.
Enterprise-style deployments, using 802.1x.
Personal Hotspots are not recommended (though they might work sometimes).
Check Home app on iOS Device
Launch the Home app on your iPhone or iPad, and check that you can see your accessories and scenes. In case a message on screen flashes, that says loading accessories and scenes, you need to wait for the Home app to complete loading.
If the loading status is seen for 30 or more minutes on the Home app, you will see an option to erase and reset the Home app. Note that you will have to set up HomeKit accessories and scenes again if you reset the Home app.
Manual Resetting of HomePod
Resetting your HomePod is another solution to fix the problem.
Simply unplug the HomePod and plug it back in the power source; next, you need to press and hold the top of the HomePod.
You can see that spinning light turns into the red; continue pressing the top until you listen to beeps thrice.
Sign out of iCloud
This solution has worked for many users; give it a try.
Step #1: Launch Settings on your iPhone/iPad.
Step #2: Tap on your name (Apple ID banner).
Step #3: Now tap on Sign Out; you may be prompted to enter your password.
Next, restart your iOS device and then sing into your iCloud account.
Reset HomeKit Accessories
Normally, users reset HomeKit accessories when they are relocating or moving to a new home and want to set up their new home with accessories.
Step #1: Launch Home app on iPhone/iPad.
Step #2: Tap on Home tab.
Step #3: Now tap on location arrow slanting right.
Step #4: Next, scroll down to bottom and tap on Remove Home.
Step #5: Finally, tap on Delete to confirm your action.
IMPORTANT: While you are resetting HomeKit accessories, you may have to reset each of your accessories. You can use a button on the accessory to reset it. Or you can seek help from the manufacturer of accessories after going through the manual (user guide).
Hope you have got success in resolving the setup issue of your Siri-enabled smart speaker. In case, you are still facing the issue, you can contact Apple Support for more assistance or get an alternative of HomePod.
That’s all friends!
- How to Activate Siri on HomePod
- How to Control HomePod Using Touch Gestures
- How to Create Notes on HomePod
- How to Set a Reminder on HomePod
- How to Set a Timer on HomePod
- How to Play Spotify Music Play on HomePod
- How to Use HomePod as Speakerphone
- How to Setup and Use HomePod With Apple TV