How to Control Your Android Device with Your voice

The power of Google and Google Now on your Android device is incredible. Many of you who use Android already take advantage of the many features associated with the tools provided to you on your smartphone or tablet, but you not know the full power of what it can really do. It’s easy to stick with what you already know how to do, and avoid the latest features that are built into the latest version of Android. We’re here to help point some of those most useful features out to you. These instructions are especially helpful if you’re driving, cooking, or doing something that keeps your hands tied up. It’s time you learned the power of Google commands and questions. These voice commands are not limited to Nexus devices. Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony and other Android device manufacturers can all access the power of Google’s voice commands. Just say what you need. Talk instead of type to get what you want. Ask follow-up questions too. Turn on “Ok Google”
1. Make sure you have the latest version of the Google app. (To get the latest version, go to the Google app page on the Play Storeand touchUpdate).
2. Open the Google app.
3. In the top left corner of the page, touch the Menu icon > Settings > Voice > “Ok Google” detection.
4. Check the box next to “From Google app.” For certain devices, you can also change some settings to turn on “Ok Google” detection outside the Google app:
1. Check the box next to “From any screen” or “Always on.”
2. Follow the instructions to teach Google what your voice sounds like. Note: “Always on” isn’t supported in all languages. If you’re unable to turn this feature on, your language may not be supported. Once “Ok Google” is turned on you can start to ask your phone questions or give it instructions. “Ok Google” settings you can change When you turn on “Ok Google,” there are a few settings you might be able to change depending on your device. Here’s what the terms mean: *.From any screen: You can say “Ok Google” from any screen on your device if the screen is on or the device is charging.
*.Always-on:You can say “Ok Google” whether your screen is on or off on a Nexus 6, Nexus 9, or Samsung Note 4 device.
*.Trusted voice: When you say “Ok Google” from a secure lock screen and we’re able to recognize the sound of your voice, you can ask Google to do things for you or visit sites without having to unlock your device.
*.Personal results: See personal results for your voice searches, even when your device is locked.
*.Retrain voice model:Reteach Google the sound of your voice. Try this if Google isn’t recognizing your voice when you say “Ok Google.” If you don’t see this setting, make sure “From any screen” or “Always-on” is turned on.
*. Delete voice model:Delete the voice model that Google uses to recognize your voice.

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