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How to Enable Google Assistant on Any Android Marshmallow Device (No Root & Allo)

Many people want to try Google Assistant, but this function is not officially available for many Android devices and for people outside US, and even Google Allo is not favored by many users. Here is a tested solution to enable Google Assistant on any Android Marshmallow device without root.

1. Install latest Google App BETA
Open Google Play Store, search for "Google", enter into "Google" app page, scroll down to choose "I'm in" when you see Become a beta tester sector. Beta signup takes a few minutes.

2. Install latest Google Play Services BETA
Install Beta version Google Play Services like Google App Beta. Go to My apps & games> BETA to make sure these two apps are Beta version.

3. Install any fake GPS app

4. Install any free VPN app

Step 1. Go to phone Settings> Application manager> Google Play Services, select Storage> MANAGE STORAGE> CLEAR ALL DATA.
Step 2. Open free VPN and connect a USA route.
Step 3. Open fake GPS, then set your location to USA (I chose San Francisco).
Step 4. Go to phone Settings> Application manager> Google app, select Storage> MANAGE STORAGE> CLEAR ALL DATA.
Step 5. Long press your home button, then you will see Google Assistant which will guide you to set.

Once Google Assistant is enabled on your phone, it doesn't matter if you uninstall the fake GPS and VPN apps.


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