Users of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 can benefit from all of Google Assistant’s features once it has been linked and set up.
The Google Assistant is available on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. Setting it up takes a little bit of time, but it can be a useful feature to have. Since the Galaxy Watch 4 has a better processor and more memory than its predecessors, Google Assistant should work better on it. For example, the Galaxy Watch 3 only had 1GB of RAM, but the Galaxy Watch 4 has 1.5GB.
The Google Assistant is already on many smartphones, and it can be downloaded on many others that don’t have it already. But it may not always be easy or possible to use a smartphone, especially when you are in a hurry. Here, the Google Assistant on a smartwatch can be even more helpful by giving you quick access to calls, the weather, directions, and more right from your wrist.
In May, Google Assistant was added to the Galaxy Watch 4 by Samsung. To get started, go to the Apps screen on the watch and open the Play Store. You’ll need a Google account and an active internet connection (Wi-Fi or LTE) to get started. Read Also; Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 & 5 Pro: Everything We Know So Far
Tap the magnifying glass to look for Google Assistant, then tap “Install” when it comes up. Depending on how fast your internet is, it might take a while for the app to download. Once the app is downloaded, open it to set up the voice assistant.
Setting Up Google Assistant Using A Smartphone
Even though the Google Assistant works on its own on the Galaxy Watch 4, users need their phones to set it up. When the user opens the Google Assistant on the Galaxy Watch 4, they will see a message asking them to open the Assistant on their phone and a button that says “open on phone to activate.” Tap the button and wait for the Google Assistant to start working on the smartphone that is connected. The user will then have to read and follow the on-screen instructions, which start with “Activate Google Assistant” and end with “Your Assistant is ready.”
After you’ve done everything on your phone, you should set the side button on your Galaxy Watch 4 to wake up the Google Assistant. To do this, go to the Settings menu, tap on “Advanced features,” and under “Customize keys,” set “Press and hold” After that, the Google Assistant will be ready to use on the Galaxy Watch 4. Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro Review: Luxuriously Limiting
To use the Assistant, the person can either press and hold the side button or say “Hey Google” followed by a command. With Google Assistant, users can do a lot of things right from their wrist, like set alarms and reminders, control smart home devices that are linked, make calls, write text messages, and get weather and traffic updates. Read More; Apple Watch 8 — Everything We Know So Far