One of the biggest benefits of having a Google Pixel is that it is really well with "Hey Google" detection, a lot better than other Android devices. However, the problem occurs if you have a lot of Google Home devices in your house because in that case, the Pixel ends up picking up queries that are meant for other Google Home devices. That is why, in this guide, we are focusing on how to turn off Hey Google on your Pixel. The process is not at all complicated but will certainly help you get the most out of your Pixel without it picking up commands meant for other devices.
As I have said before, Pixel makes the use of Google Assistant really nicely and I would expect nothing else. However, the "Hey Google" command is universal and applies to all other Google Home devices as well as other Android phones, too. Therefore, if you have multiple devices, you might end up confusing your phone. Thankfully, if you want to turn off Hey Google on your Pixel, the process is not at all complicated.
Turn Off Hey Google on Your Pixel with These Easy Steps
The plan here is simple, we are not going to complicate anything that can be explained within a few steps. Do you want to turn off Hey Google on Your Pixel phone? We are going to guide you as to how you can pull that off, let's get started.
Step 1: On your Pixel device, head over to the Settings.
Step 2: Once you are there, tap on Apps.
Step 3: Now, you will need to scroll down and tap Assistant.
Step 4: Once there, simply tap Say "Hey Google".
Step 5: You will see a toggle, just turn it off.
Once you have turned that off, saying "Hey Google" will get you nothing from your Pixel. However, your Google Home devices including the Google Nest will work just fine. This can be handy for those who do not want a single command to confuse your smart home devices.
We are going to cover how to activate Google Assistant without saying "Hey Google", next. So be sure that you are tuned.
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