Google Assistant as we know, a New Voice Assistant for Android. Google Pixel was the first Smartphone to get Google Assistant, but there is a New way through which you could install the Original Google Assistant on your Own Android Device.
- An Android Smartphone Running on Marshmallow (6.0+) or Nougat(7.0)
- Some downloadable Files
1) First of all, you will need to become a Beta Tester for both, the Google App and the Google Play Services. So No matter you are using either Phone or PC Right Now, just click on the links below and you will be Prompted to become a Tester. Click on that and you’re good to go. And make sure you do that with same Google account you use on the Play Store.
After you clicked on the “BECOME A TESTER” Button on both the Links you should get a Prompt telling, You are now a Developer.
2) Now go to PlayStore and Update the Google App as well as the Google Play Services.
3) Now head to your Settings and set the Language to English (US) instead of English (UK) or English (India).
4) Go to Apps and clear the cache of Google App and Google Play services.
5) Restart the Phone 🙂
Now, as soon as the Phone boots up, hold the Home button and you should get the Assistant.