Google Nexus 6 Affected by Acting up 'OK Google' Voice Command Order, No Fix Yet

Google Nexus 6 is presently four years of age, and it quit accepting security or Android updates from the tech mammoth a while prior. Presently, numerous clients who are as yet utilizing the smartphone have begun complaining about a blame with the 'alright Google' voice charge. Obviously, the Nexus 6 opens the "Entrance your Assistant with Voice Match" setup page, each time it hears the hotword "alright Google". This continues occurring in a circle and doesn't stop even after you set up your voice for the "alright Google" order.

Complaints have been made by a few Google Nexus 6 clients on the item gathering page, and the tech goliath has even acknowledged its reality sometime in May. A certain network master named Lucas said that the issue has been heightened to the concerned group and they were taking a shot at it. In any case, after two months, no fix or update has been issued. Obviously, when you say 'alright Google', the smartphone opens the Voice Match setup page requesting that you enter your voice three times for better availability. In any case, even after you do that, the Voice Match setup page opens by and by when you say "alright Google" whenever. This continues occurring in the circle, making a ton of burden Nexus 6 clients.

It's been two months since Google acknowledged the issue, however, hasn't rolled out a fix yet. Likewise, in light of the fact that Google doesn't offer programming support to the Nexus 6 clients anymore, we aren't sure whether the fix will ever take off or not.

Until further notice, Google is focused on its upcoming Pixel gadgets in the fall. The smartphones are to a great extent going to be called Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Google's next leads are required to accompany highlights, for example, dual front cameras, glass back, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, dual rear cameras, and 6GB or 8GB of RAM.

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