Step 9. Reboot and if you are using Nexus device, Google Assistant should work. If you have a non-Nexus device, keep following the instructions.
Install the “Google” app from the Play Store or update it to the latest version if you already have it.
Step 10. Go into Settings->Apps.
Step 11. Go into Storage->Manage Space.
Step 12. Tap on “CLEAR ALL DATA” then reboot.
Step 13. Once rebooted, long-press the Home button and Google Assistant should start working.
If you have trouble Google Assistant giving microphone error, make sure change the permissions to allow microphone for Google app in Settings.
That’s it! You will have the identical Google Assistant as a real Google Pixel phone!
If you want to make it fully like a Pixel phone, also see How to Install Pixel Launcher as System App!
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