Android: Officially, if you want the new Google Assistant, you need to buy a Pixel phone. Unofficially, it's already been enabled on any device running Nougat. Now, the Android N-ify Xposed module can even bring it to older Marshmallow devices. We've previously covered the Android N-ify module as it brought some of the handy features from Android Nougat to Marshmallow devices. Now, a recent update adds Assistant to the mix. However, there are a few caveats. First off, as with all Xposed modules, you'll need root access on your phone. The developer who added the tweak to the module, Max Rumpf, says that this will probably only work on version 126.96.36.199 of the Google app, in arm, arm64 and x86 variants. If none of that makes sense to you, you might want to hold off and wait for a less complicated tweak (or possibly an official release). If you're comfortable with Xposed and tweaking your device, though, head to the download link below to get started.
Android N-ify Update Brings Google Assistant To Marshmallow Devices
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