It’s an issue that a ‘few’ users experience, out of hundreds of thousands, and it is obvious to me that it has something to do with the complexity of their own networks, or even limitations. Some of those who post, ‘cannot reconnect, useless, waste of space Blink, returning, very dissatisfied’, etc, turns out they are at the limit of devices on their network, because of some cheapo deal they bought, which restricts connectivity of too many devices. Doesn’t sound like that’s your issue, with Google mesh though, but still, not even all the issues reported here have a genuine connectivity issue. Some block the ports, some block the sync module DNS server, during connection and set-up, and on and on. Some service providers come up repeatedly, so it’s something THEY do.
Not sure what my username has to do with anything. I am sutty on a whole bunch of forums, tried sutty here, and it was gone, so I went with suttyblink, for obvious reasons. All Blink staff are easily identified by their usernames. I am a customer like most everyone else here, apart from a few Blink staff, who hardly ever visit. Turned out sutty had gone because I’d already used it up here, about a year prior, and now I can’t be bothered trying to resurrect it because I’d been using suttyblink for a while before I realised my error.
Didn’t expect you to like my reply, but I posted my honest experience of using my system of four sync modules and seven cameras for around 2 years and they always reconnect. It is the opposite of your experience, but it is a valid experience nonetheless.
If they won’t reconnect to a Google mesh system, yet will to any other simple router, sounds like a Google mesh issue to me. Maybe Blink can help from their side, couldn’t say, I have no connection to them, but I wouldn’t hold my breath.
One thing’s for sure, posting rants in here won’t help. They rarely ever come here. If you want them to help you, contact support, and have them help you directly. At least then they get an actual report of the issue, and your network specifics, so they can actually work towards a workaround solution with Google’s problem.