The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 is one of the best-selling products in the wearable category. Running on Wear OS3, the Galaxy Watch has been wildly popular among its users. One of the most requested features for the Galaxy Watch 4, ever since its launch in 2021, has been Google Assistant connectivity. And now with Google Assistant finally being launched for Galaxy Watch 4, users can bid farewell to Bixby. In this article, we show you how to install Google Assistant on Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.
Here’s how you can download Google Assistant on your Samsung Galaxy Watch 4
Step 1: Unlock your Galaxy Watch and go to Google Play Store.
Step 2: Search for Google Assistant in the search bar and open the resulting app page.
Step 3: On the Google Assistant app page, tap on ‘Install’.
Step 4: Once the update has been downloaded, tap on ‘Open’. You can also access Google Assistant from the App drawer.
Step 5: Tap on ‘Get Started’ and then select ‘Open on Phone to Activate’.
Step 6: On your smartphone, tap ‘Activate’ once the Google Assistant window pops up.
Step 7: Select which features you want to activate on Google Assistant in your Galaxy Watch. This includes setting ‘Hey Google’ as a trigger word to turn on the Google Assistant, syncing your messages, contacts and calendar, and setting up a dedicated button for Google Assistant on your Galaxy Watch.
Step 8: Once you’ve finished setting up the Google Assistant, tap on ‘Done’.
Google Assistant will be installed on your Galaxy Watch 4.
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Google Assistant for Galaxy Watch 4 is still being rolled out in phases, and it may not be available in your country. Right now it is only available in ten markets: US, UK, Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea. If it isn’t available in your location, you can use third-party marketplaces like APKMirror and APKPure to download it. Once you’ve downloaded the APK on your smartphone, you can transfer it to your Galaxy Watch using Easy Fire Tools.
Since this is the first version of Google Assistant for Galaxy Watch, you may encounter a few bugs while using it. Usually, these bugs get fixed with software updates, but that may take some time. For your Galaxy Watch, you also have the option to use Bixby, Samsung’s own voice assistant.
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