Question: Do you have to say OK Google?

As it currently stands, you need to say Ok, Google or Hey, Google each and every time you ask your Google Home a question or issue a command to it. With Continued Conversations, your Google Home will continue listening for a short period (around 8 seconds) after you first begin talking to it.

Can I stop saying OK Google?

If you want your Android phone to stop listening to you, you can disable its OK Google feature in the phones Settings app. To thoroughly stop your Android from listening, you can also turn off listening while driving and disable the Google search apps microphone.

Do I have to activate OK Google?

Turn on voice searchOn your Android phone or tablet, open the Google app .At the top right, tap your Profile picture or initial Settings. Voice.Under Hey Google, tap Voice Match.Turn on Hey Google.

How do I use Google Assistant without saying OK Google?

Let your voice open the Google AssistantOn your Android phone or tablet, say Hey Google, open Assistant settings.Under Popular settings, tap Voice Match.Turn on Hey Google. If you dont find Hey Google, turn on Google Assistant.

How do I change OK Google to wake a word?

Unfortunately, theres no official way to change the Google Home wake word. Some third-party apps have popped up over the years that let you customize the wake word for your Google Assistant on your phone. Because it only affects the assistant on your phone, it wont change how your Google Home reacts at all.

How can I activate a Google?

On your Android phone or tablet, say Hey Google, open Assistant settings. Under Popular settings, tap Voice Match. Turn on Hey Google. If you dont find Hey Google, turn on Google Assistant.

How do I give you access to my screen?

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What happens when I say OK Google?

When you say OK Google or Hey Google, itll open and start listening for your commands. Getting Google Assistant up and running on your phone or tablet is pretty simple — though its admittedly easier to do on Android, where Google is baked into the operating system.

Whats written on my screen?

On your Android phone or tablet, say Hey Google, open Assistant settings. Or, go to Assistant settings. Under All settings, tap General. Turn Use screen context on or off. Note: When the switch is on, your Google Assistant sends content on your screen to Google to get info based on what youre seeing.

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