How to Get Google Assistant For Smartphones Having Android 7.0 or Android 7.1 Nougat

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Google assistant has improved the way of using the mobile phones. It is known as the most intelligent assistant especially when operated with voice. The improved version of Google Assistant is introduced in Pixel phones. It is expected that this application will improve further. However, if you do not have the Google Assistant then following are the steps which you need to follow.

Steps to get started

Before starting with Google Assistant, just make sure that latest version of Android Nougat is working on your phone. For this, you will also need the latest Google application named as “kingroot” and the Build Prop Editor. These both are important to install the Google Assistant. This method will work with the following smartphones

  • Nextbit Robin
  • Samsung Galaxy S5
  • One Plus One
  • Moto G 2013 and 2015
  • Google Pixel C
  • Google Nexus 4, 5,6, 5X and 6P

Now all you need is that your Android device must be rooted and your handset will work properly.

Root your phone

The KingRoot application will be helpful in rooting the smartphone. Just change the settings by allowing your device to install the applications or files from the third party.

Go to Settings, click on Security and then tap the Unknown sources for turning it on. Now install after downloading the “Kingroot”. Now when it starts to run, just sit back and let it work. Your smartphone will work efficiently.

Main task

Follow the step by step procedure to avoid any inconvenience. It is the critical part. Just edit the Build.prop. For this make sure that the Build Prop application is installed on your phone. Just open the app and find the file with the title ro.product.model. This will identify that what type of Android operating system you have on your phone. If you are using the Nexus 6p, then you will see the 6P in the window.

Now you have to replace the current entry by using the Pixel XL. Just click save, and you will be able to see the ro.product.model=Pixel XL. Now just browse for the file ro.opa.eligible_device. Now if you do not find the file then add it manually. Just go to the entry box and place the value true.

Just restart your phone and clear the App cache. The Google Assistant will be installed and available for you to work. If this process does not work, then update the OS of your phone and start the process again.

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