This article explains how to set an Android phone up with a voice assistant on the go.

If you are using an Android device with an Android Auto feature, this article explains the same process.

If your phone or tablet supports voice commands, you can set it up as a voice command assistant by following these steps.

If you have a phone or a tablet with Android Auto, you need to use the Voice Command Assistant app to manage your voice commands.

Voice commands are stored in the Google Services SDK.

If the app does not appear on your phone, you may need to manually add it to the Android devices’ device manager.

If Voice Command Manager is not available, you will need to install Google Services from the Play Store.

In the app, click Settings.

On the left-hand side of the screen, click Add a new app.

Select an app name.

If it is not already in your device’s app store, tap the name of the app.

Next, click on the app icon to launch the Settings app.

On the Voice Search page, select the app and then click the Settings button.

On this screen, you should see the app you just installed as the app that contains voice commands for your device.

Tap on the voice search icon to bring up a list of available voice commands and click on each one to set it as the default voice command.

You will need Google Services to add the app to the device’s device manager so that Google can set the app as the voice command app.

You may need more than one voice command in a row, but you can use the same voice command every time you need it.

To add voice commands to the Voice command manager, you must set up two voice commands in a separate voice command profile.

Once you have added voice commands that you want to use, you have to configure them in the Voice Commands dialog box.

To do this, open the Voice commands dialog box by clicking on the Voice search icon in the bottom left corner of the settings screen.

Select Settings from the dropdown menu.

At the bottom of the Voice Confirm dialog box, click the Add voice command button to configure a voice search profile for your Android device.

If an existing voice search is configured in the voice prompt, you are prompted to create a new voice command to use that voice search.

When you are finished configuring the voice profile, you do not need to set the profile again.

The voice search dialog box shows an error message that warns you about an error that could occur if you have not yet added a voice commands profile to the app or device.

To solve the error message, click Cancel to cancel the operation.

Voice Commands requires Android 5.0 or later.

To configure voice commands on your Android phone or tablets, follow these steps: Click on Settings.

If Android Auto is installed on your device, you want the voice commands dialog to open on the left side of your screen.

If not, click this button to open the Settings dialog box and then open the voice controls dialog.

Tap Voice Search to open voice search settings.

On a new screen, tap Voice Confident to display the voice prompts.

To activate a voice prompt for your voice search, click it to activate it.

If voice prompts for your existing voice commands are not configured correctly, the voice control dialog box may not open properly or may display an error.

Tap the Voice button to dismiss the voice dialog.

If all of the voice options have been configured correctly and the voice confirmation is enabled, the app will be able to access the Google services.

If a voice confirmation does not occur, try adding additional voice commands from a voice call.

If this does not help, check your Google services settings for more voice commands or you may be missing voice commands you want.

Tap Settings again to close the Voice Controls dialog.

In this step, you configure the voice actions you want for your Voice Confidence and voice confirmation dialogs.

Click on the next button to add a new Voice action to the list of voice actions for your selected voice search action.

On your new Voice Action dialog box list, click Edit and then tap Edit Voice actions.

Enter your voice action name in the search box, then click Next.

Select the action you want and then enter a description.

For example, enter “Add new voice action” to add new voice actions.

Click Next.

Enter the time and date the action should take.

For Voice Actions, this will be the day or night when you want your voice to be heard.

Tap Next.

The Voice Confirmation dialog box opens.

Enter an email address for voice confirmation.

For voice confirmation, this is your Gmail email address.

Tap Confirm and the Voice Actions dialog box closes.

In Android Auto’s Voice Actions Dialog, you select the voice action you are going to use to access Google services, such as Gmail.

If using voice commands with an existing app, add voice actions to the voice account that you use.

For this example, add “Voice