How to enable Google Assistant on your Android phone
In addition to Google devices, Google Assistant has been added to third-party smartphones such as Samsung, LG, HTC, etc. This article will teach you how to enable Google Assistant on Android device.
Check your device has Google Assistant enabled
To test your device has Google Assistant enabled, say “OK Google“, or hold down the Home button. On devices that have updated Marshmallow or Nougat, keep the Home button to launch the Assistant.
Depending on the device platform, you may have an Assistant startup in a different way. On the Pixel 2 you can squeeze the two sides to activate the Active Edge feature as on the HTC U11. With Google Home, you can start using the “OK Google” command or touch the top button of your device.
For device that have not integrated Google Assistant.
- Go to Settings => Google => 3 dots => Help & feedback
2. When the installation opens, click on the colon and select View in Google Play Store. When pull down the last will see the dialog box appear, select I’m in.
3. Confirm again and wait a few minutes.
4. Then look for the Google app and sign up for the Beta to get started.
5. Next open the Play Store, select My Apps & Games => select the Beta tab and then update the Google app .
6. After updating, go to main screen Setting => Apps, go to Google Apps => Storage => Manage Space => Clear All Data .
7. Return to the application settings, navigate to Google Play Services and do the same.
8. After you finish opening the Google app you will be asked to set it up before using. Select Settings .
9. Here you will find Google Assistant Settings , click continue then hold down the Home key to activate Google Assistant.
All done, now your device has Google Assistant enabled
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