Huawei P20 Pro stands as one of the best smartphone of this year. It comes with a 6.1 inch OLED screen with 16.7 million colors and FHD 1080×2240 resolution. It’s running on Huawei’s own Kirin 970 CPU that is Octa-core + Microcore i7. It is running on Huawei’s modified version of Android 8.1. It has RAM of 6 GB and internal storage space of 128 GB. One thing that stands out on this phone is a 40 Mega-pixel camera. Whereas, the front camera is of 24 Mega-pixels. Although, it comes with a few of the Android build-in apps and features like Google feed and Google Assistant. In this guide, we will talk about how to disable Google assistant on Huawei P20 Pro. You can also use this guide to disable Google Feed on Huawei P20 Pro.
Huawei P20 Pro offers you a great combination of durable battery life, great camera, and high-end specs. When you will hold this phone in your hand, the phone will itself speak about its great build quality. This phone like the other latest phones in the smartphone market does not have a headphone jack and it does not support wireless charging. Apart from that, it has everything it takes to be the number one smartphone of 2018.
Guide to disable Google Assistant on Huawei P20 Pro:
Google Assistant can be really handy if you are used to it. If you have never used it and whenever you long-press intentionally or unintentionally it can be really annoying. You can get loads of stuff done by it just by asking for it instead of actually going through the phone and performing the task. Just like setting alarms, sending texts and creating reminders.
In this guide, by following the steps in the guide below you will be able to disable Google assistant on Huawei P20 Pro. Once it’s done, Google Assistant won’t pop up whenever you will press and hold the home button on your phone.
- First of all, on your phone go to the Settings menu.
- In settings, locate and tap on Apps and Notification.
- Select Default apps.
- Tap on Assistant and Voice Input.
- Select Assist App to select the default Assistant.
- Select None
Now Google Assistant screen won’t pop up whenever you will long-press the home button. If you don’t want Google feed on your home screen when you slide right on your home screen to follow the method below.
Guide to disable Google Feed on Huawei P20 Pro on Home screen.
This part of the guide deals with Google Feed on the home screen of Huawei P20 Pro. Whenever you will swipe right on the home screen of your phone, Google feed will show up displaying new information regarding the sports you like or music you listen to. Google Feed is Artificial intelligence based app that displays all the information and news related to the liking and choices. For example, it shows the current weather for your location, news, and information about sports events of your favourite team. You can personalize it according to your liking.
If you don’t make use of it, you can disable Google Feed on Huawei P20 Pro. Once you have deactivated Google Feed on Huawei P20. Your home screen will have less clutter.
Now let’s move on to the guide on how to disable Google feed on Huawei P20:
- First of all, go to the home screen of your Huawei P20 Pro.
- On the home screen. Tap and hold on free space, not on any app or widget.
- A menu will appear on the screen. Go to Settings.
- In the settings menu, scroll down until you see Google Feed.
- Disable Google feed by clicking on it. The radio button will be disabled.
Also Checkout: How to Disable Google Assistant on Android Nougat.
Once done, you will not see Google feed on the Home screen of Huawei P20 Pro. Google feed can prove out to be a good feature to keep up to date with the news and all. It is also helpful to keep a note on your favourite sports or sports team. If you are a fan of reading, you can use it to read news from reliable news mediums from all over the world.
That’s all on how to disable Google Assistant on Huawei P20 Pro. If you have a question or any confusion regarding it or the other topic that I covered that deals with how to disable Google Feed on Huawei P20. You can ask me in the comments.