Voice commands can be a great way to access your phone’s features without physically touching the screen. While you can use voice commands at any time, they are most useful when driving or otherwise engaged in some sort of activity that would make it unsafe for you to touch the screen. They also help if you don’t want to use your hands, perhaps because they are covered in food or something sticky.
Enable Voice Command
To enable voice commands, you need to first set up Google Assistant. You can do this by doing the following:
Confirm your Voice
For the best results, you should confirm that your phone is connected to the internet. This can be done by going to Settings > Network & Internet > Mobile Network and turn on the data roaming option.
You may also want to confirm that your phone receives an LTE connection. To do this, go to Settings > Network & Internet > Mobile Network > Preferred network type and ensure it is set to LTE/UMTS or LTE only.
Additionally, you should confirm that your phone’s language settings are set to English (United States). To do this, go to Settings > General > Language & Region > Primary language and make sure it is set to English (United States).
Set up your Personal Assistant