How to set up Google Assistant on Android

How to set up Google Assistant on Android

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Google Assistant was announced at Google’s I/O developer conference back in 2016 and made its official debut on the Pixel phones in October of the same year.

The Google Assistant is an artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant developed by Google that is primarily available on mobile and smart home devices. Unlike Google’s previous virtual assistant, Google Now, the Google Assistant can engage in two-way conversations. So here How to set up OK Google on Android.

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What are the requirements to set up Google Assistant on Android

To use the Google Assistant, you’ll need a device with:

  • Android 5.0+ with at least 1.0GB of available memory or
  • Android 6.0+ with at least 1.5GB of available memory
  • Google app 6.13 or higher
  • Google Play services
  • 720p or higher screen resolution
  • The device’s language set to a language listed at end of this article

How to set up Google Assistant on Android

1) Open the Google app on your Android phone & Tap the More option in the bottom-right corner.

How to set up Google Assistant on Android

2) After that tap on the Settings option.

How to set up Google Assistant on Android

3) In the settings tap on Google Assistant.

4) The first option you got in the Google assistant is Voice Match. Tap on it to open it.

5) In the Voice Match you can Teach your Assistant to recognize your voice. For that turn on the Toggle next to Hey Google.

6) To access your Assistant with “Hey Google” tap on the Next button at the bottom right corner.

7) For Next, Agree to Voice Match Term & condition.

How to set up Google Assistant on Android

8) To Teach your Assistant to recognize your voice, it’ll ask you to say Ok Google for 2 times.

How to set up Google Assistant on Android

9) After that it’ll ask you to say Hey Google 2 times.

10) Here you go, Your “Hey Google” is ready. Your device can now recognize your voice when you say “Hey Google” or “Ok Google”. At the end tap on the Finish button, which you got at the bottom right corner.

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List of Languages you can use in Google Assistant

On Android devices, the Google Assistant is available in:

  1. Arabic
  2. Bengali
  3. Chinese (Simplified)
  4. Chinese (Traditional)
  5. Danish
  6. Dutch
  7. English
  8. French
  9. German
  10. Gujarati
  11. Hindi
  12. Indonesian
  13. Italian
  14. Japanese
  15. Kannada
  16. Korean
  17. Malayalam
  18. Marathi
  19. Norwegian
  20. Polish
  21. Portuguese (Brazil)
  22. Portuguese (Portugal)
  23. Russian
  24. Spanish
  25. Swedish
  26. Tamil
  27. Telugu
  28. Thai
  29. Turkish
  30. Urdu
  31. Vietnamese

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Wrap up: Set up Google Assistant on your device

This is all on How to set up Google Assistant on Android. I hope it helps you. If not then do tell us in the comment section.

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