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Can 2 HomePods in the house use personal data from 2 different people?


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I have 2 HomePods in the same “Home” app. One HomePod is mine, the other is my brothers. How can I have my HomePod set to respond to personal requests using my data (my phone list, iMessages, etc.) and have my brothers HomePod use his personal data? Right now, both HomePods use my personal data for all requests, presumedly because I am the owner of the Home app. When attempting to set up my brothers HomePod using his phone, I get a message saying this HomePod can only be set up using the “Home” owners iPhone, which causes it to use my personal data.

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