There’s no doubt that one of the most impressive features brought by the new Google Pixel is the Google Assistant, the search engine giant’s take at Siri and Cortana. Currently, it’s available just on Google’s new handsets, but what if we told you there’s a method you can use to enable Google Assistant on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
If you’re running at least Android 6.0 on your rooted smartphone and have the Xposed Framework installed, then you can easily install Google Assistant! Sounds good, right? Below you can find a complete guide on how to enable Google Assistant on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and enjoy all the features. Let’s begin shall we?
Enable Google Assistant on Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Step 1: Make sure your smartphone meets the following conditions:
- It is rooted and has TWRP Recovery installed
- It’s running Android 6.0 Marshmallow
- It has Xposed Framework installed
Step 2: Download the N-infy Xposed Module and install it on your phone. Here – Download
Step 3: Activate the Module you just downloaded and reboot your phone.
Step 4: Download the latest version of Google App Here – Download (link removed temporarily ). If you’re using Arm64 version, you need this one, from here – Download.
Step 5: Now, it’s time to clear the Google App data. Go to Settings > Apps > Google App. Select Storage and press on Clear Cache.
Step 6: Open the Google app, launch an “Okay Google” voice command and press “do it later” for anything you will get.
And that’s it, you have successfully managed to enable Google Assistant on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. As you can see, it’s a very easy process, but if you’re dealing with issues during the installation or have any question related to it, feel free to contact us, by dropping a few lines in the comments section below!