AutoVoice for Chrome can add Google Assistant voice commands to your PC

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The video above shows the end result of the setup, and it looks pretty neat. You can use the Chrome may refer to extension extend or extended may refer to to contact Assistant from your PC with any wake up phrase you want idea of want can be examined from many perspectives (because AutoVoice) and use the same commands may refer to you would on other Assistant devices. In order to get this working, you have to go through two setup or set up may refer to: Setup (music) Installation (computer programs) Power-on self-test Racing setup, in auto racing Frameup Setup pitcher Set up to fail Setup (album), a 1994 album by jazz processes: the first to get Assistant on your PC, and another to plug in AutoVoice.

You need to enter some text in a command line lines or LINE may refer to, but there’s an XDA tutorial for the Assistant installation. The AutoVoice dev has instructions on how to download the special AutoVoice version of the Google Assistant server. Again, command lines. This lacks the polish of a finished product, but it could be a cool evening project if you want to mess around with it.

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