How to Build Smart Speaker with Google Assistant and Alexa (DIY)

Smart speakers are all the rage these days, with both Alexa-powered and Google Assistant-powered speakers taking over the market. But what if you want the best of both worlds? Well, you build your very own smart speaker. At least that’s what we did. Yes, in this video, we show you how to build a smart speaker with Google Assistant and Alexa.

Here’s our detailed article on the same:

GitHub Project Source:

Things You Need:

Raspberry Pi Model B RASP-PI-3 Motherboard:
Official Raspberry Pi 3 Case:
Portronics Dome Portable Bluetooth Speaker with Mic:
Amkette FUH341 Highspeed USB 2.0 4 Port Hub:
Singtronics Super Mini USB 2.0 Audio Adapter:


Raspberry Pi NOOBS package:
Create Amazon Developer Account:
Create Google Developer Account:
Enable Assistant API:
README file located at /home/pi/Assistants-Pi


git clone
sudo chmod +x /home/pi/Assistants-Pi/
sudo chmod +x /home/pi/Assistants-Pi/
sudo chmod +x /home/pi/Assistants-Pi/
sudo /home/pi/Assistants-Pi/

sudo /home/pi/Assistants-Pi/

sudo /home/pi/Assistants-Pi/

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39 Replies to “How to Build Smart Speaker with Google Assistant and Alexa (DIY)”

  1. Sid's E Classroom

    5:50, Kind of a misunderstanding.. I have ported the 20th Dec GA SDK update to the Assistants-Pi, so the Pi will get picked up in the GA App and you can control all your smart devices assigned to GA app. Only the recent Google Music playback has not been mirrored to the Assistants-Pi git.

  2. Amit Shiv Shakti

    The worst thing you can do to yourself. Letting stranger to have complete control on your life and privacy.
    That is what Google, Alexa,Siri are… and you fools are also paying for that …… 😂😂😂😂😂😂

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