“Ok Google” Google Assistant is a great app that can help you with anything. It can help you do a lot of different things, like make a call, check the live scores, read the news, set an alarm, answer your SMS, and more.
We have a lot of virtual assistant apps now, but the one we use the most is Google Assistant. Google Assistant is built into the Android operating system and comes with every Android-powered phone.
Google Assistant is a useful tool, but many people don’t like the way it works when you talk to it. Many people like to use hardware buttons or tap on the app itself to start Google Assistant. If you are also in this group, you need to turn off the Hey Google and Voice match feature in the Google Assistant app.
How to Stop “Ok Google” from Working on an Android Device.
Google Assistant makes it easy to turn off the Ok Google voice command. You can do it with just a few taps. Here is a step-by-step guide to turning off the “Ok, Google” command on any Android phone or tablet. Let’s check out.
1. First, open the app drawer on your Android and look for the Google App.
2. Click on the Google app, and tap your profile picture, which is in the upper right corner.
3. Tap the “Settings” option on the Profile page that pops up.
4. Tap the Google Assistant option on the Settings page.
5. Next, on the Google Assistant screen, scroll down and tap on “Hey, Google” and “Voice Match.”
6. Turn off the “Ok Google” or “Hey Google” switch on the next screen.
All done! This will stop your phone from responding to your voice when you say “Ok Google” or “Hey Google.”
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