How to Active Google Assistance on Any Android [ No Root]

Google has been rolling out Assistance service almost all Marshmallow & higher devices. Google Assistance is a virtual personal assistance developed by Google. It can be engaged in two-way conversion.This new assistance service first released with Pixel & Pixel XL and after February 2017 It began to deploy on other Android devices.Now, the Assistant is able to search the Internet, schedule events and alarms, adjust hardware settings on the user's device, and show information from the user's Google account.Also Assistant will be able to identify objects and gather visual information through the device's camera, and support purchasing products and sending money.

As we know that this Assistance service began to deploy on other Android devices, but still some devices are not getting this feature, we have to activate it.So let's see how to activate this.

Steps:

♦ First, you will have to the beta version of  Google Play services & Google App. To enroll in Google beta program go to settings >tap on 3         dots located on the top right > tap on Help & feedback>on next window again tap on 3 dots > View in Google Play Store

♦ Now here in the Google Play services app, scroll down and tap on the beta program. It takes around 5-10 min to get the latest beta update. After installing the beta version of Google play services go and search for Google apps. Then follow the same process and install the beta version of Google app.

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♦ Now, go to settings > Language and inpur>Change your primary device language English-US [ Check attached pictures]

♦ Then go back to settings>Apps>Find Google app then tap on manage space and hit the clear all data button. After that go back and find     Google play services app and do the same thing.[ In some customized ROM like MIUI, you can't clear data of your Google Play services app.   In that case just clear the Cache only.]

♦ Then go back your home screen and tap and hold your home button. A new window will pop up and say " Hi, I'm your Google Assistant. You now have an easier way to get things done." You will find assistant settings in Google Apps.

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♦Official Link: assistant.google.com

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