How to Disable OK Google On Your Android Smartphone
“OK Google” is the default pass-phrase to activate Google Now using your voice. Once you say the words “OK Google,” your Android phone or tablet will activate a Google Now search before listening in and taking note of further voice commands.
This allows you to run a variety of commands, from asking random trivia questions and searching for dinner recipes to calling someone on your contact list and activating a specific app from those installed on your device. Here’s are some of the more popular Google Now voice commands
However, not everyone may want or need to use “OK Google” voice activation. Whether you’re not a big fan of voice commands or you don’t like the prospect of your phone listening in on your conversations, here are a couple of ways to disable “OK Google” on your device:
From Device Settings
Select “Settings” on your phone.
Look for the “General” tab and tap it.
If your phone doesn’t have a “General” tab under settings, skip this part and move to the next step .
Tap “Language and Input”.
This may sometimes be found under the “Personal” section of some devices.
Look for “Google Voice Typing”. Tap the Settings icon.
Some devices use a cog icon to indicate the Settings section.
Look for “OK Google” detection. Move on to the “From The Google App” section, and slide the bar to the left. This should disable “OK Google” on your phone.
From the Google App
Tap the “Google App” icon to activate the app.
Tap the “Menu” icon located at the top-left section of the app.
Select “Settings”, then “Voice”, and finally “OK Google Detection”
Disable “OK Google” Detection.
This is where you can also instruct the Google App when to listen in for an “OK Google” command, like when any screen is open or only when the Google App is activated.
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