Want to Enable Google Assistant without any hassles?
Google Assistant is the new personal partner for Pixel owners, However, those who owns the Nexus 5X and 6P are waiting for Google Assistant eagerly. Here I’ll tell you how you can enable Google assistant on your Android Nougat smartphone.
You can do things like Siri does for iPhone users, Google Assistant is the alternative of iOS’s Siri.
We used the Google Assistant in Google’s Allo application, but with Pixel smartphones you can use that as your personal assistant then why to left behind? One of the XDA members has unveiled a new script by which you can see Enable Google Assistant on any Android nougat smartphone. For this method, you need to follow some steps, and your device needs the root by default. If it is not rooted then, just root it first to access the script part.
Note: It’ll void the manufacturer warranty & might brick your phone also. So, it is up to you to proceed or not.
After the root, all you have to do is use any root explorer and go to the root system. Find the values in ‘build.prop’ that are written below. If you don’t find any similar values, then add these values.
After the edit, reboot your device. Don’t forget to save. Checkout settings>apps>Google and remove the cache data. Here we go, press the home button for a sec. You will find the built-in Google Assistant there.
If you don’t know how to edit the build.prop then just flash this ZIP file to Enable Google Assistant, remember the root is necessary for this procedure.
Google Assistant Supports these Devices:
- Google Nexus 6P.
- Nexus 5X.
- Nexus 6, Nexus 5, Nexus 4.
- Moto G 2013.
- Moto G 2015.
- OnePlus One.
- Vibe K5 Plus
- Yu Yureka Plus.
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