How to remove the voice from Google Assistant

How to stop Google from responding aloud to requests (Photo: Google) (GOOGLE/)

Just as it can be very useful google assistant to check the calendar, set an alarm, search for something in the browser, turn a spotlight on or off, and more, sometimes it can be awkwardespecially if the user is next to other Android devices or in a house with a Google Home.

“Ok Google” it could activate a sea of ​​devices, or “yell” at everyone the result of what is being requested. In those cases, it is best to deactivate the voice command so that the Assistant does not interrupt at unexpected times.

Google, thinking of all the possible scenarios, allows mute all Google Assistant voice output and only display answers to your questions, to do this you only need to apply a couple of settings.

First, you must access the Google Assistant settings. You can do it in two ways:

Stop!  It is enough with this word now to silence Google's voice assistant (Photo: Franziska Gabbert/dpa)
Stop! It is enough with this word now to silence Google’s voice assistant (Photo: Franziska Gabbert/dpa) (Franziska Gabbert/)

– Using your voice by long pressing the power button or by saying “Hey Google” or “OK Google” and saying “Open Assistant”.

– By going to Settings > Applications > Assistant > See all Assistant settings.

Once on the Wizard Settings page:

– Scroll down to Voice assistant and sounds, find Voice output and select Phone.

– Here you can choose how much the Assistant will speak. Select None (unless it is handsfree).

From here, requests to the Google Assistant can be written or voiced, and he will quietly offer any help.

Settings for Google Assistant (Photo: REUTERS/Annegret Hilse/File Photo)
Settings for the Google Assistant (Photo: REUTERS/Annegret Hilse/File Photo) (ANNEGRET HILSE/)

They can also be limit interruptions with the Google Assistantso that your phone, smart watches, speakers and more silence calls and notifications with the Do Not Disturb mode. To activate it, the following actions can be followed:

– Ask the Google Assistant on the smart display to silence the phone

– Ask Google Assistant on your phone to turn on Do Not Disturb on the speaker

Say “Hey Google” and then a commandfor example:

– “Set the kitchen display to Do Not Disturb.”

– “Mute the phone.”

– “Turn off ‘Do Not Disturb’ on the speaker in the living room.”

– “Activate the sound of the telephone”.

Image with various logos of the Google Assistant (Photo: EP)
Image with several logos of the Google Assistant (Photo: EP) (GOOGLE /)

For turn Do Not Disturb on or off on all devices you can ask a device with Google Assistant to do it. To do this you can say “Hey Google” and then a command, for example:

– “Set all devices to ‘Do Not Disturb’”.

– “Mute all devices”.

– “Turn off ‘Do Not Disturb’ on all devices.”

– “Disable ‘Do Not Disturb’ on all devices”.

What is Google Assistant

Google Assistant, or Google Assistant, is a virtual assistant that works mainly by voice, you can ask him a question and he will give you the answer.

Google Assistant is activated with the command
Google Assistant is activated with the command “Ok, Google” (Photo: EP) (GOOGLE /)

For example, if you want to know the meteorological information of the city such as the climate, humidity, the time of sunrise or sunset, you you can ask how the weather is and immediately Google Assistant will respond.

The assistant can be used on various devices such as mobile phones with Android or in those of Apple with the Google application.

It also integrates with other types of devices, from televisions until speakers connected, going through headphones and everyone connected thereinternet that have the assistant’s logo on the packaging.

I know use on all devices with the same voice command, although some devices may have a screen and provide an on-screen display in addition to voice response.


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