Google Assistant is the most powerful voice assistant on Android, but it’s not without its problems.
We’ve got tips for those trying to get Google Assistant to work on their devices.1.
Install Google Assistant first.
You can install Google Assistant by searching for “Google Assistant” on your phone.
Google Assistant will appear on the first page, as well as on the main home screen and app drawer.
If you don’t see Google Assistant, you can click the search bar and search for the “Google” icon.2.
When you’re ready to use it, head to Settings.
You’ll be asked to install Google’s Android Assistant.
Tap the menu button in the top right corner and select “install now”.3.
Next, navigate to “Assistant” in the Google Assistant app.
Now you can use Google Assistant with your smartphone.
It should appear on your device.5.
You can also enable Google Assistant on the lockscreen.
You do this by going to “about phone” in Google Assistant and tapping the “settings” icon in the bottom left.6.
You will also need to install the Google Cast SDK to use Google’s voice assistant.7.
Once you’re done, you’ll have the option to add your Google Assistant settings.
This is where you can add voice commands, set reminders, and more.8.
You’ll also need a Google Account to access Google Assistant.
To create an account, visit https://account.google.com/settings.9.
When prompted, select “Add new user”.10.
Google should now be able to add the Google Assist settings.11.
Once added, you will be able access Google Assist with your phone from your home screen.12.
You may want to disable the Google Home app, which has been linked to some users with an issue with voice commands.
It may not work for everyone.13.
It’s worth noting that Google Assistant won’t work if you’re using a smartphone that’s older than a Nexus 6P.
You might want to look at a different voice assistant if you have an older phone.14.
You should also be able use your smartphone’s microphone and headphones to interact with Google Assistant when you’re at home.