How to Use Voice Commands to Toggle Settings on Android (Google Now)


 

 

 

 

 

Google Now just got more interesting, as you can use voice commands to toggle quick settings and turn them on or off. To use voice commands to change simple settings, do as follows:

 

1. Make sure your device is running Lollipop and you are using the latest version of Google Now 
2. Open the Google Now via the hot OK Google keyword or just opening the app
3. Say the command: Turn on flashlight, Turn on Bluetooth, Turn of Wifi
4. While the action is being triggered, a card is also shown so you can manually turn off/on that specific settings

 

Note that, for now this new feature is working only to turn on/off Wifi, Bluetooth and Flashlight. But we believe Google will expand it to other quick settings son

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