The Google Assistant has been one of the most talked about topics in recent months.
With the release of Google Assistant 2, Samsung was able to remove the Google Assistant from the Galaxy S9 and S9+ as well.
Now, with the new Google Assistant 4, Samsung has finally made the switch to disabling Google Assistant for all devices.
This will only affect devices running the latest version of the Google Operating System.
If you have an older version of Android or are running Android Marshmallow, you can still disable Google Assistant by going to Settings > Apps > Google Assistant and selecting “Enable Google Assistant” from the drop down menu.
There is no need to enable it again, so you can continue using the Google Voice Assistant or Google Assistant Shortcuts.
There are other ways to turn Google Assistant off, including disabling it on the lockscreen, using the lock screen wallpaper, and by turning it off on the lock.
With that said, if you’re planning on using Google Assistant, you may want to check out our guide on how to turn it off.