How to Enable Google Assistant on Any Android Smartphone (No Root)

Google has started rolling out Google Assistant to smartphones running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and higher but if you cannot wait, we tell you a simple method on how you can enable Google Assistant on your Android smartphone. This method works without root access on your device.

We are demonstrating this video on a Moto G4 Plus running Android 7.0 Nougat. However, we have also tested the trick to get Google Assistant on Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, LeEco Le Max 2, and Galaxy S7.

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49 Replies to “How to Enable Google Assistant on Any Android Smartphone (No Root)”

  1. TheIrishRm

    This sounds mad… but download lawnchair launcher from the play store. Once set up, put the widget from the launcher on that is “search and google assistant. Then just tap on the assistant. It activates the whole thing. (Samsung galaxy j3v 2016)

  2. Jason Shoraka

    My phone Android 1 year old phone had Google assistant and one morning I woke up it was not there anymore just a regular old Google but not the advanced Google system but it was there before I use it for 3 months I even play games with it I played the Guess Game and all those other games why did it get erased from my phone now I try to download it on Google Play website and it says my phone is not capable what the f*** is going on at the same exact phone what the french toast! LoL

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