Something quite common for any person that has a compatible smart device with the Assistant of Google, such as Google Home and Google Nest it is the speaker are active even when nobody has told him. A possible solution is already enabling for some users: the sensitivity settings.
We knew that Google was working on the fit since a few months agoalthough we had not yet seen its final appearance. It is now when some users start to see this option in the settings. They are, therefore, three levels of sensitivity.
Ok, Google, sharpens the ear
Google says be unfolding now between users with the option to adjust the sensitivity level in the voice recognition of ‘Ok, Google’. Are three levels, so that you can choose a lower sensitivity if your wizard is activated too often or for greater sensitivity, if you think just the opposite, that the Wizard seems to be hard of hearing and don’t respond unless you yell.
This option should be set by the primary account of a device using the app Google Home. You will need to go to the settings of your device is compatible-for example, a Google Home Mini – and you’ll find the setting within the paragraph More. The option is called Sensitivity of Hey, Google.
You are presented with three options: lower sensitivity, default and greater sensitivity. The lower the sensitivity, the less times you will activate the wizard by mistake. With a higher sensitivity could be more easy that the speaker will respond when you talk to him from a distance.
As usual, this novelty it is engaging to the users from the part of the server, so it may take some time to show up hours, days or even weeks. The easiest way to check is to see if the option appears in the Google application Home.
Via | Droid-life
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