How to fix Android smartphone problems with Google Assistant

Among the new features of Google Assistant is the ability to fix excessive battery consumption or Bluetooth connection

Google recently announced the official release of its personal assistant on all Android devices. We've already seen how to make the best use of Google Assistant on our smartphones but what we don't know is that we can take advantage of the personal assistant to fix problems and bugs.

To fix any kind of problem on our Android phone we'll just need to activate the artificial intelligence by long-pressing the central Home button or saying "Ok Google" and then ask the virtual assistant to "fix" the bug. Let's take an example. Let's say that we have problems with an application and we can not close it we can say "Ok Google, close WhatsApp". In this way any inefficiency will be solved in no time by the virtual assistant. The same Google Assistant can also be used to decrease excessive battery consumption. Recall that to use Mountain View's voice assistant you need to have a smartphone with Android 6.0 or higher.

How it works

Once the problem is mentioned, the Google Assistant will perform a series of possible solutions. It will then start fixing the bug by performing specific checks and tests. In case the personal assistant fails to complete the process it will put us directly in touch with Google's chat or phone support. Among the problems that the Google Assistant best solves we find Bluetooth connection defects, excessive battery consumption, camera bugs or some small problems of the installed applications. It is possible that to best solve the problems Google Assistant will ask us some questions.