Users in Europe with a smartwatch with Wear OS took a long time without being able to use the “OK, Google” command on your devices. An issue that also plagued recent models such as the TicWatch Pro 3. Google admitted there were issues with voice control, which was not always recognized correctly.
The company was working on a solution to this problem, which is finally starting to affect users. Google rolls out Wear OS updates in which the command “OK, Google” works normally again. Some updates are already starting to roll out.
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This problem with the “OK, Google” command is resolved on Wear OS version 220.127.116.118809240, which is the one that Google is currently rolling out between operating system clocks. The company has not made any announcements about the release of this version, but many users have already received it on their watches, helping to resolve this issue.
The issue affected users of branded watches like OPPO, TicWatch, Fossil or Motorola, They couldn’t use the “OK, Google” command that way. Users who own watches from any of these brands, such as TicWatch Pro 3 who have already received this update, comment that this command is working normally again.
To check if the “OK, Google” command works on the watch, you must first enable this option on the watch. In the personalization section in the settings This option can be enabled on the watch, so that you can use voice commands with your watch. If this option is enabled, when you receive the update, you can reuse it.
If you have a watch with Wear OS, you will only have to wait to receive this update, with which this failure is fixed. The command is already starting to work for many users, although it may not have reached you yet. In the next few hours, this update will be rolled out so that you can use this command again.
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