Published On: Thu, Mar 16th, 2017

Google Confirms That It Won’t Bring Google Assistant To Android Tablets

Google Assistant’s attainment on Android phones is not new anymore, though what we missed during a time of a proclamation is that Google is gripping a underline singular to ‘Android phones.’ The AI Assistant will usually be rolled out to smartphones using Marshmallow and above.

In a central blog post, Google has usually mentioned “smartphones,” “Android phones,” and “Android partner phones.” There is no discuss of Android tablets. As so many Android phones will be removing or have already got Google Assistant, there is no pointer of tablets removing a same treat.

In a matter given to Android Police, Google said:

The Assistant will be accessible on Android Marshmallow and Nougat phones with Google Play Services, this does not embody tablets.

The matter mentioned above will certainly move beating for Android tablets who were anticipating to get Google Assistant on their device. Google did not criticism per any devise for fluctuating a use to tablets, though they did not criticism on it. It could also meant that Google competence confirm to move it on tablets as well. But there is no subsidy to that expectation. On a central website too, Google has usually mentioned Assistant on Google Home, Android Phones, On Watch, and shortly on Android TV.

However, there is still a broker process to get Assistant on your device in a deficiency of an central OTA update. You can get it by training about build.prop record editing, that has been used by many to get Google Assistant on their inclination even when it was singular to Pixel phones.

In a new blog post, Google said:

The Google Assistant will start rolling out this week to English users in a U.S., followed by English in Australia, Canada and a United Kingdom, as good as German speakers in Germany. We’ll continue to supplement some-more languages over a entrance year. The Google Assistant will automatically come to authorised Android phones using Nougat and Marshmallow with Google Play Services. You’ll also see a Google Assistant on some newly announced partner devices, including a LG G6.

Well, now it is transparent that Google Assistant won’t be debuting on Android tablets anytime shortly or during all. You can now stop checking your Nexus 7 or other tablets with Marshmallow or above for Google Assistant update. Nonetheless, Google’s Now on Tap is also a good feature, inscription users can use it as a closest alternative.

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