How to Enable Google Assistant in Android Marshmallow 6.0 and Nougat 7.0. Google Assistant is the latest virtual assistant by Google similar to Siri and Cortana right now Google Assistant is only available on Google Pixel devices that are recently launched by Google.
If you are on Android marshmallow or Nougat then you can also enable Google Assistant feature on your device by downloading Google Assistant for Marshmallow and nougat but it also require a little tweak to work and a rooted device this is not yet tested on the Android Lollipop or KitKat.For enabling Pixel exclusive Google Assistant feature in Android Marshmallow devices. You need to have Xposed Framework installed to get this working on your device.
For enabling Pixel exclusive Google Assistant feature in Android Marshmallow devices. You need to have Xposed Framework installed to get this working on your device.Follow below simple steps to enable Google Assistant on any android device.
How to Enable Google Assistant on Marshmallow 6.0 and Nougat 7.0
1. Install latest version of Android N-iff from here.
2.Install the most recent beta version of Google App(18.104.22.168) from below links.
3.Now Enable Android N-ify Xposed module from the xposed framework.
4.After enabling reboot your device
5.Long press home button to get Google Assistant
Note:: It may not work on some devices and is still in Development phase. Also, it will most probably only work in AOSP based and CM based ROMs. In some devices, it may need permissive kernel for the module to work properly.
Those who want it in Nougat, Install the latest Google App(Velvet) and change your model to Pixel XL in the build.Prop and add also below line:
After editing it save the file and reboot your device.
Done ! This is how you can enable Google assistant on any device running on Android marshmallow or Android nougat 7.0.