Theoretically, Google Assistant can be a valuable part of Android’s ecosystem. It allows you to set reminders, call people, and identify songs. But at the same time, it’s one more thing vying for your attention. If you end up accidentally triggering Google Assistant now and then, or you just don’t feel the use for it anymore, there’s a way to disable it on your Android smartphone, and on Google’s smart speakers (though you can’t fully disable the assistant on the latter, as it’s the primary way of interacting with the speaker).
How to disable Google Assistant on Android smartphones
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You can start by opening the Google app. Tap your Android smartphone. Profile Image Choose the “Select” option in the upper-right corner. You can also find out more about the following: option. You can also use Google Assistant to get here. by saying, “OK Google, open Google You can also find out more about the A-Team here.ssistant settings.”
A Popular Sets The section will appear at the top. Scroll down to see the All Settings This section lists all options alphabetically. Choose the appropriate section. The following are some general guidelines: option….