The Google voice commands They allow us to make a large number of actions so that we don’t have to be always touching the screen of your device. Perform searches, queries, call or send messages, create alarms, get directions, or open applications are some of the things we can do with our voice, but there’s much more.
Recently we also control In Spanish some of our Android settings using only our voice, in particular can control the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth y flashlight our device through its voice, always and when our device has Android 5.0 or higher.
Voice actions to change the settings of your device
Check the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or lantern with our voice It is as simple as touching the microphone of search or tell “Ok Google” followed by the word “enable” or “disable” next to “Wi-Fi”, “Bluetooth” or “Lantern”. The application of Google directly will perform the requested action offering a switch to undo that action in case of mistakes.
- Wi-Fi: “Turn Wi-Fi” or “Turn off Wi-Fi.”
- Bluetooth: “Turn on Bluetooth” or “Disable Bluetooth.”
- Flashlight: “Activate flashlight” or “Turn off the Lantern.”