Google Assistant is the most powerful voice assistant that you can use to control devices. You can use it to make calls, get directions, play songs, set reminders, etc. The voice assistant is widely supported on various devices, including Android Smart TVs. By setting up Google Assistant on your Android TV, you can use watch news, movies, and series without relying on remote control buttons. In this guide, we will see the procedure to set up a Google Assistant on Android TV.
Before you set up Google Assistant on Android TV, check for updates.
1. Launch your Android TV and select Settings.
2. Select About and click on the System upgrade option.
3. Choose Check for upgrade and Click on Check now.
4. If there are updates available, select Download.
5. If you receive a message like “Your system is up to date,” the update isn’t available.
How to Set up Google Assistant on Android TV
1. Press the Home button on your remote to get to the Android TV’s home screen.
2. Now, press the Google Assistant button or MIC button.
3. An introduction will appear on your TV. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish the setup process.
How to Talk to Google Assistant
1. Press the Google Assistant button or MIC button on your remote and ask questions.
Note: While speaking to Google Assistant, make sure you bring the remote close to your mouth so that Google Assistant can hear properly.
2. On some devices, you can just say “OK Google” to activate Google Assistant.
3. If you want to know what your assistant can do, ask, “What can you do?.”
Frequently Asked Questions
First, connect the device and TV to the same wifi network. Then, download and install the Google Assistant app on your Android or iOS device. Open your Google Assistant app and say, “Setup my Google Assistant.” Follow the on-screen instructions to finish the setup.
Select Settings > System > Change Language > Set the language you want. You can now speak to your Google Assistant in the language you like.
Select Settings > Device Preferences > Reset > Erase Everything. When the device restarts, press the Google button, press and hold the Home and left buttons simultaneously. Now, press the MIC or Google Assistant button to pair. Once the pairing succeeds, follow the on-screen instructions to finish the setup process. Now, press the Google Assistant button and check whether Google Assistant is fixed or not.