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Soon, Google will let you shout "Hey, Jarvis" wake up the phone to pretend to be Iron Man

via:博客园     time:2018/1/31 22:31:49     readed:649


As a user of a Google mobile phone and also a speaker of a smart speaker, he shouts "Hey, Google" or "Ok, Google" several times a day, playing music through voice commands and unlocking the voice Cell phones, setting alarms, asking the weather and the day's news are really handy in these scenarios.

However, repeating the same wake-up call everyday can be tedious. It would be more interesting if you could set a wake-up call yourself, but it seems that Google has not always had this meaning. After all, using your own brand as a wake-up call is a way to reinforce users The best way to brand image.


Recently, however, Google seems to be starting to think about giving users a personalized wake-up word that was only able to wake up with "Ok, Google" in the early days, but at the very last CES, a smart device with Google Assistant blessing Can wake up with "Hey, Google" and "Ok, Google" is still retained, meaning that Google begins to provide users with more diversified arousal words, after all, a thing for a long time, who Will be tired.


In order to promote Google Assistant, Google has long put it built in their own Google app, almost any Android phone can be used, iPhone can also use "Ok, Google". In the latest update to Google app version 7.20, some people found some interesting things by mining code.


Foreign media9to5GoogleAfter digging through the Google app's code, Google seems ready to give users more power to use voice commands, and this permission is to allow users to set their own wake-up word to activate Google Assistant.

Some of the code is this:

& lt; string name = & quot; opa_first_screen_tgoogle_summary & rdquo; You & rsquo; ll be able to access your Assistant directly by saying & quot;% 1 $ s & rdquo; & lt; / string & gt;

& lt; string name = & quot; opa_first_screen_tgoogle_title & rdquo; & gt; Teach your Assistant to recognize & rdquo;% 1 $ s & rdquo; & lt; / string & gt;

& lt; string name = & rdquo; hotword_enrollment_tgoogle_summary_usage_sample_title & rdquo; & gt; Your Assistant will now respond when you say things like: & lt; / string & gt;

In the code above, & ldquo;% 1 $ s & rdquo; placeholder for an upcoming text or user-defined phrase. This is an instruction that has not appeared in Google apps in the past.


In addition, the code also explains how users should set up custom wake-up words, and custom wake-up words do the same thing as "OK, Google" and "Hey, Google" before:

& lt; string name = & rdquo; hotword_enrollment_tgoogle_summary_header_title & rdquo; & gt; & rdquo;% 1 $ s & rdquo; is now available & lt; / string & gt;

& lt; string name = & rdquo; hotword_enrollment_tgoogle_summary_usage_example_first & rdquo; & gt; & rdquo;% 1 $ s, what & rsquo; s my name? & rdquo; & lt; / string & gt;

& lt; string name = & rdquo; hotword_enrollment_tgoogle_summary_usage_example_second & rdquo; & gt; & rdquo;% 1 $ s, what & rsquo; s the traffic to work? & rdquo / string & gt;

This is inside the "% 1 $ s" is a user-defined wake-up words, can be "Hey, Jarvis", can be anything you can think of, but for the time being do not know whether you need to add the name before "Hey" kind of tone words.

Of course, users can continue using the default "OK, Google" and "Hey, Google" wake-up words that are available on Android phones and Smart Speaker devices that support Google Assistant.


Just do not know when the update will be introduced, want to be Iron Man users, it seems that we have to wait and then myself.

However, what is more curious about me is that I can not set it to "Hey, Siri".


In fact, as early as Motorola launched the second generation of Moto X, its own Moto Voice allows users to use their favorite wake-up words, but, because the Android system itself already has then called Google Now Google Assistant, its Usage is already high, and Moto Voice itself is not as recognizable as Google Now, plus it's used only on Motorola's own devices. This highly personalized voice control system has not been widely promoted.


And as the only Google Home series that can compete with Amazon Echo Smart Speaker, the market share of smartphones in the recent statistics shows that the Google Home device accounts for 40% of the total in the U.S. and is eating away step by step Echo's share.

That said, if Google really released this update, in addition to the Android mobile phone and Google Assistant bless smart speaker adds no small interest, it is likely to increase Google Assistant usage, and Google Home product sales.


Looks like this approach is to go Google, but in fact gives the user more freedom to use their products, after all, in similar products, the addition of personalized features, products can make the difference more obvious, but also May be an important means to promote product sales.


Finally, I am really curious, in the future can not call shouting at Google Home "Hey, Siri".

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