Until now it was possible to unlock your Android smartphone with the command "Ok Google". However, if you have Google Assistant enabled, this is no longer an available option. If the feature had already been disabled in Pixel 3, it would be expected that it would not be long before reaching all that is Android device.
If you use Google Assistant regularly, you know that unlocking your device via voice was a reality. However, Google removes it for safety. Still, what you gain in safety (since any recording of our voice could be deceived) is lost in convenience.
Even if you don't unlock your smartphone, Google Assistant will still allow you to make moves in Email and Calendar. With your device unlocked, you can continue to use the features of these apps.
Basically, Google Assistant will continue to work together with you even without unlocking your device. You will still be able to send your email, set up your meeting or set that important reminder even with your unlocked smartphone.
Do you want to hear music? Google Assistant tells you to unlock your device first
Still, music lovers do not appreciate this change. Because? You will no longer be able to have the assistant unlock the smartphone and then put on your favorite song. Do you want Spotify? First you have to unlock the device manually.
When the feature was enabled Google already warned that “similar voices or recordings of your voice could unlock your device”. Indeed, this is a way of adding security to our lives. However, Google ends up pulling a candy from our mouth that had previously beckoned us. And that is always boring.
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