The new Google Assistant is one of the selection features of the new Pixel 4, with a less intrusive interface, quick responses and smarter integration with Android 10. But even if you have a Pixel 4, it is possible to see it because of Google's limitations on how and when you can get it. So if you still see the old Assistant, follow these steps to get the new one.
Change your language
The new Assistant is only at launch in the US, but that doesn't mean you have to live in the United States to get it. Simply go to your Assistant settings and change the language to English (United States). That should activate the new Assistant on your Pixel 4, even if your location is somewhere else.
Enable sign navigation
Google offers two ways to navigate through the Pixel 4, the new gesture-based navigation and the old navigation bar with 3 buttons. However, the new Assistant only works with the newer motion navigation. So if you have chosen to use the old buttons, you must swap them in the system settings to use the new assistant.
Check your Google account
A Google account is basically a requirement for owning a Pixel 4, but if you have a G Suite for Business account, this causes problems with the new assistant. It is not clear why, but if you have a G Suite account on your phone, even if this is not your main account, the new Assistant will appear and go back to the old method. So you must completely remove it by going to the Accounts tab in Settings. So if it's vital to your job, all you have to do is wait to test the new assistant.
Enable continued conversation
Finally, even if you see the new Assistant on your phone, you may not get the full experience. That's because you must have Continuous Conversation turned on to be able to ask follow-up questions, the main reason why you want to use the new Assistant. If Continuous Conversation is enabled, you can ask follow-up contextual questions, such as & # 39; what about tomorrow? & # 39; After you have received today's weather report. You can find the switch in the Assistant settings on your phone.