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Topic # 223577 6-Oct-2017 17:01
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Has anyone managed to do this? I can get my Plantronics Voyager to work fine with Google Assistant.

 

However, since Samsung have gone to all the trouble of creating Bixby, it seems to make sense to try using that instead. I cannot for the life of me get Bixby to answer spoken commands through the headset (such as 'dial Fred's cellphone') and just wondered if anyone else had managed it?






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  Reply # 1878685 6-Oct-2017 20:55
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If you are geeky, try this app to trigger bixby?

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kin.bluetooth_launch

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  Reply # 1880330 10-Oct-2017 13:08
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Go to Settings --> Apps, find "Google", select "Clear Defaults".  Press your bluetooth "Voice Dial" button and it should ask if you want to use Google or Bixby.

 

Just tried it here, works fine. Why it's not a more obvious option under "App defaults" is a mystery.

 

 





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