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Google Home for Loxone smart home

Connect Google home to Loxone Miniserver in a few minutes

Don't limit your home with Loxone and keep it in touch with wireless devices in a single sleek mobile app

Be independent in managing your Loxone automation without Loxone Config knowledge

Automatic configuration, no Loxone config knowledge required for setup

Google Home to Loxone
connection made simple

By connecting Loxone to Google Home, you centralize your Loxone devices together with all Google-supported devices in a single mobile app. You can setup automations and use cool features like voice control.

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Google Home mobile app in Loxone smart home

Modern interface makes you feel in control

You can view and control your devices by device type and room in which they are located.

You can control every single device manually

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Complement your Loxone smart home with Smart Assistant supported wireless devices

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Roomba extend your KNX or Loxone functionality

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Sonos One extend your KNX or Loxone functionality

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Plus Thousands of other wireless devices
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Plus thousands of other wireless devices

Thousands of others

BUS smart homes are great but you might find yourself stuck in a wired world as it is really hard to integrate other products. And while BUS is definitely a reliable and long-lasting technology there is a whole new world of exciting wireless devices for music, security, cleaning, and more. You have one smart home - and you should only have one mobile app for controlling it. It is not surprising to end up using 5 mobile apps for managing different smart devices. With Smart Assistant mobile apps, you can centralize them all in a single, sleek mobile app that is really friendly to use. It can also be used to access your home remotely from anywhere, anytime.

Supported Loxone devices in Google app

Below you can find a list of Loxone devices that can be imported to Google Home.
From there you can use them in automation, scenes and other features offered by smart assistants. Automation features offered by assistants are also briefly described.

Loxone Supported Device

Dimmer

On/off control

Dimming percentage control

EIB Dimmer

On/off control

Dimming percentage control

Value Selector

On/off control

Dimming percentage control

Slider

On/off control

Dimming percentage control

Color Picker

On/off control

HSV color control

Color temperature control

Color Picker V2

On/off control

Dimming percentage control

Color temperature control

Light Controller Scene

Activate/deactive scene

Light Controller V2 Scene

Activate/deactive scene

Light Scene RGB

Activate/deactive scene

Central Light Controller Scene

Activate/deactive scene

Switch

On/off control

Pushbutton

On/off control

Jalousie

Open/close control

Position control

Slat position control

Window

Open/close control

Position control

UpDownDigital

Open/close control

Position control without status

Central Jalusie

Open/close control

Position control without status

Intelligent Room Controller

Target temperature control

View current temperature

Heating/cooling/auto mode control

Intelligent Room Controller V2

Target temperature control

View current temperature

Heating/cooling/auto mode control

Fan Controller

On/Off control

Gate

Open/close control

Info Only Analog

Temperature sensor

Humidity sensor

CO2 sensor

Brightness sensor

Info Only Digital

Contact sensor

Motion sensor

Occupancy sensor

Smoke sensor

Doorbell

Intercom

Doorbell

Audio Zone

Play/pause

Next/previous

Volume control

Remote

Play/pause

Next/previous

Mute/unmute

Google

Automations

Scenes/routines

Sequences

Arrive/leave

Geofencing

Time of day

Sunrise/sunset

An accessory is controlled

A sensor detects something

Smart guard (detecting sounds from breaking glass, smoke alarms, ...)

Google

Other

Maximum number of assistant devices per single 1Home device

300

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Manage your automations without the need to learn how to program Loxone Config

The problem with BUS smart homes (Loxone included) is that you can not really manage your automation without learning how to use Loxone Config. This is quite a technical challenge that a lot of people don't choose to take on. If you don't master Loxone Config, you always need to rely on your smart home integrator which is usually very busy & expensive. But with the Google home app, the management of your automation has been made so easy that you can do it yourself through a friendly interface.

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To create an automation, you first have to configure a starter

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You can select devices that you want to control once the starter is fired

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To create an automation, you first have to name it and select when the automation should occur.

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To create an automation, you first have to select when the automation should occur and configure the trigger.

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Loxone automations you can setup

When this happens

Microphone can be used as trigger for automations in your KNX or Loxone smart home

Voice command

Time can be used as trigger for automations in your KNX or Loxone smart home

Time

Sunset/Sunrise can be used as trigger for automations in your KNX or Loxone smart home

Sunset/ Sunrise

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Adjust phone settings

Adjust phone settings

Play and control media

Play and control media

adjust assistant volume

Adjust assistant volume

Communicate & announce

Communicate & announce

Device action

Device action

info and reminders

Info and reminders

Voice control & geofencing put the smart in a smart home

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Use voice control on all your devices

Smart watch

Phone

Tablet

Voice assistant devices

Set it up and manage it with the help of our support team, no technical knowledge required

All our products are installed plug & play

Our 1Home Box and 1Home Bridge devices that connect KNX and Loxone smart homes to Smart assistant platforms are installed simply by connecting power & ethernet cable to the device. No technical skill required.

An algorithm that automatically sets up 1Home products with KNX or Loxone

We have put extreme effort into making this as simple as possible to set up with your KNX or Loxone smart home. Our device auto-detection algorithm will read your smart home configuration and sync it with 1Home. Requiring no technical knowledge or help from certified professionals to setup.

1Home dashboard is a friendly interface between Smart Assistant and your Loxone or KNX smart home

Friendly dashboard to manage the integration

In our 1Home dashboard, you can manage your smart home and your smart assistants. All your KNX and Loxone devices get synced once you connect to your smart home. Then you can decide which devices you want to use with smart assistants and also rename them. You can also manage your data privacy settings in the dashboard - making you in charge of your data at 1Home.

1Home support team is here to help at any point of your experience

Helpful support team & money-back guarantee

All our products are set up with no technical knowledge (except in a scenario of Direct KNX BUS connection) but if you need any advice our support & engineering team is happy to help. And if it turns out, the product is not right for you, we give you your money back, no questions asked. You can always "activate us" through the chat button in the bottom right corner. We'll first ask few questions automatically to segment your case and then the right person will engage.

1Home is a community of people that want to take their smart homes to another level

Smart home for smart people

DR. DAVID DARMANIN, CEO OF HOTJAR

I finally feel independent in managing my Loxone smart home.

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Smart people recommend 1Home

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New kick-ass wireless devices are coming out every day and I can finally fully utilise them with KNX through one mobile app.

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BRIDGE

699€ + VAT

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Who is it for?

If you need a professional device that is DIN mountable, this is for you. It is the best option for KNX owners as it is KNX certified, has a direct KNX bus connection as well as an IP interface. For Loxone and Gira users, Box can also be a comparable alternative.

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Supported smart homes

KNX direct bus connection
(KNX certified)
KNX IP connection
Loxone
Gira

Supported assistants

Apple HomeKit (Apple certified)
Amazon Alexa
Google Home

Aditional features

Plug and play installation
Automatic device detection
Memory type
Local conectivity
DIN mountable
KNX IP interface
5 year secure remote programming

Resources

Check data-sheet

What is in the box

Complete user manual.

installation & configuration guide

Hardware based on

Weinzerl BAOS 777 KNX IP Interface

Technical knowledge

Smart home integrator help required in a scenario of direct KNX BUS installation.

Shipping

Free worldwide DHL express delivery

BOX

499€ + VAT

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Who is it for?

A good and more affordable alternative to the Bridge product. For Loxone and Gira users this is the best price performance device. It is also a good choice for KNX users who already own a separate KNX IP interface and don’t need a direct to KNX bus connection.

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Supported smart homes

KNX direct bus connection
(KNX not certified)
KNX IP connection
Loxone
Gira

Supported assistants

Apple HomeKit (not certified)
Amazon Alexa
Google Home

Aditional features

Plug and play installation
Automatic device detection
Memory type
Local conectivity
5 year secure remote programming

Resources

Check data-sheet

What is in the box

Complete user manual.

installation & configuration guide

Hardware based on

Raspberry Pi 3

Technical knowledge

No technical knowledge required for setup.

Shipping

Free worldwide DHL express delivery
POPULAR FOR LOXONE

CLOUD

372€ + VAT

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Who is it for?

If you have Loxone or Gira, don’t need Apple HomeKit and you want to get started immediately, this is for you. Note that execution times are a bit slower than with hardware based products. For KNX users we suggest other products.

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Supported smart homes

Loxone
Gira
KNX with port forwarding

Supported assistants

Amazon Alexa
Google Home

Aditional features

Port forwarding required
Automatic device detection
No hardware required
Instant setup

Resources

Complete user manual.

installation & configuration guide

Hardware based on

Solution is cloud based

Technical knowledge

No technical knowlege required for setup.

Shipping

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DIYBOX

372€ + VAT

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Who is it for?

If you are a tech savvy person who can assemble his own Raspberry Pi, you can build a 1Home Box yourself. After assembly, all the features are equal to those of a Box device but without the secure remote programming feature.

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Supported smart homes

KNX IP connection
Loxone
Gira

Supported assistants

Apple HomeKit (not certified)
Amazon Alexa
Google Home

Aditional features

Download software and install it on your Raspberry PI
Automatic device detection
Local conectivity
SD card memory

Resources

Complete user manual.

Hardware based on

Raspberry Pi 3b, 3b+ or Raspberry Pi 4.

Technical knowledge

No technical knowlege required for setup.

Shipping

Use imediately after purchase
POPULAR FOR KNX
POPULAR FOR LOXONE

BRIDGE

699€ + VAT

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BOX

499€ + VAT

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CLOUD

372€ + VAT

Buy now

DIY BOX

372€ + VAT

Buy now

Who is it for?

Supported smart homes

If you need a professional device that is DIN mountable, this is for you. It is the best option for KNX owners as it is KNX certified, has a direct KNX bus connection as well as an IP interface. For Loxone and Gira users, Box can also be a comparable alternative.
A good and more affordable alternative to the Bridge product. For Loxone and Gira users this is the best price performance device. It is also a good choice for KNX users who already own a separate KNX IP interface and don’t need a direct to KNX bus connection.
If you have Loxone or Gira, don’t need Apple HomeKit and you want to get started immediately, this is for you. Note that execution times are a bit slower than with hardware based products. For KNX users we suggest other products.
If you are a tech savvy person who can assemble his own Raspberry Pi, you can build a 1Home Box yourself. After assembly, all the features are equal to those of a Box device but without the secure remote programming feature.

KNX over BUS

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KNX over IP

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Loxone

Gira

Supported assistants

Port forwarding required

Apple HomeKit

*certified
*not certified

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*not certified

Amazon Alexa

Google Home

Aditional features

Plug and play installation

Needs assembly first

Automatic device detection

Memory type

Onboard
SD card

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SD card

Local conectivity

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DIN mountable

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KNX IP interface

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5 year secure remote programming

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Specifics


Hardware based on

Weinzerl BAOS 777 KNX IP Interface

Raspberry Pi 3

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Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3b, 3b+ or Raspberry Pi 4.

Technical knowledge

Smart home integrator help required in a scenario of direct KNX BUS installation.

No technical knowledge required for setup.

No technical knowledge required for setup.

No technical knowledge required for setup.

Shipping

Free worldwide DHL express delivery

Free worldwide DHL express delivery

Use Immediately after purchase

Use Immediately after purchase

Resources


What is in the box

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Frequently asked questions - FAQ

Which languages are supported on Google Assistant?

English (US + UK)
German
Japanese
Korean
Thai
Danish
Dutch
Norwegian
Portuguese
Hindi
Indonesian
French
Italian
Spanish

Which languages are supported on Google Assistant?

English (US + UK)
German
Japanese
Korean
Thai
Danish
Dutch
Norwegian
Portuguese
Hindi
Indonesian
French
Italian
Spanish

Which Voice Commands will work in my home?

Voice Commands for controlling Lights

To turn a light on/off:
Hey Google, turn on/off <light>
Hey Google, turn <light> on/of
fHey Google, set <light> on/off

To query the light status:
Hey Google, is the <light> on/off?

Set a light brightness to certain level:
Hey Google, set <light> to 50%

Dim a light:
Hey Google, dim <light>
Hey Google, decrease <light>

Brighten a light:
Hey Google, brighten <light>
Hey Google, increase <light>

To dim/brighten lights by a certain percentage:
Hey Google, dim/brighten <light> by 50%
Hey Google, increase/decrease <light> by 50%

Change the color of a light:
Hey Google, set <light> to <color>Hey Google, turn <light> <color>

Change the color of a shade of white:
Hey Google, make <light> <shade>

The shade of white can be: warm white, incandescent, soft white,white, daylight

To turn on/off all the lights:
Hey Google, turn on/off all of the lights

Other useful commands are the ones for turning all the lights in a room on/off and dimming them. Google Home users can set up the lights for this command by assigning (adding) them to a specific room. You can do that with the Google Home mobile app. In this case, the naming of these devices doesn’t matter, while the Room name of course does.

To turn on/off all lights in room/group:
Hey Google, turn on/off <room> lights

To dim all lights in room/group:
Hey Google, set <room> lights to 50%
Voice Commands for controlling Blinds

To fully open the blinds:
Hey Google, turn <blind> off
Hey Google, turn off <blind>Hey Google, set <blind> off
Hey Google, set <blind> to 0%

To fully close the blinds:
Hey Google, turn <blind> on
Hey Google, turn on <blind>
Hey Google, set <blind> on
Hey Google, set <blind> to 100%

Query the blind status:
Hey Google, is the <blind> on/off?

Set the blind to a certain position:
Hey Google, set <blind> to 50%

Voice Commands for controlling Thermostats

To set the temperature to all thermostats
Hey Google, set the temperature to 22.

To set thermostat using the thermostat's room name

Hey Google, set the <room> thermostat to 22.

To set thermostat using the thermostat's name
Hey Google, set <thermostat> to 20°C.

To hear the ambient temperature on the thermostat
Hey Google, what’s the <room> temperature inside?

To hear what the temperature is set to on the thermostat
Hey Google, what’s the <room> thermostat set to?

Increase/Decrease the temperature on all thermostats

"Hey Google, make it warmer/cooler.
(on Google Assistant for 3 degrees)

Increase/Decrease the temperature using the thermostat's room name

Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature in the <room>.

Increase/Decrease the temperature using the thermostat's name
Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature of <thermostat>.

Increase/Decrease the temperature in all rooms for X degrees
Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature by 2 degrees.

Increase/Decrease the temperature of thermostat for X degrees
Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature of <thermostat> by 2 degrees.

To switch heating or cooling for all rooms modes

Hey Google, turn on the heating/cooling.
Hey Google, turn on the heat.

To switch heating or cooling for a specific room/thermostat¹
Hey Google, set <thermostat> to heating / cooling /automatic.
Hey Google, turn the <thermostat> to heat / cool /automatic (mode).
Hey Google, make it warmer/cooler in the <room>


Please note: This command changes the mode to auto heat/cool mode. In order for this command to work, the Smart home has to support auto mode.

Currently the different modes only work for the Loxone Miniserver. When changing the temperature with your voice, you also change the mode to manual. If you want to switch back to the automatic mode, please set the thermostat to heating/cooling mode as mentioned above.

Voice Commands for controlling Switches and Scenes


How to control a Switch
To turn on/off a switch:
Hey Google, turn <switch> on/off
Hey Google, turn on/off <switch>
Hey Google, set <switch> on/off

To Query the switch status:
Hey Google, is the <switch> on/off?
How to control a Scene

To activate / turn on a scene:
Hey Google, turn on <scene>Hey Google, activate <scene>

To deactivate / turn off a scene:
Hey Google, turn off <scene>Hey Google, deactivate <scene>

Turn on/off all devices in room/group:
Hey Google, turn on/off <room>

Which Voice Commands will work in my home?

Voice Commands for controlling Lights

To turn a light on/off:
Hey Google, turn on/off <light>
Hey Google, turn <light> on/of
fHey Google, set <light> on/off

To query the light status:
Hey Google, is the <light> on/off?

Set a light brightness to certain level:
Hey Google, set <light> to 50%

Dim a light:
Hey Google, dim <light>
Hey Google, decrease <light>

Brighten a light:
Hey Google, brighten <light>
Hey Google, increase <light>

To dim/brighten lights by a certain percentage:
Hey Google, dim/brighten <light> by 50%
Hey Google, increase/decrease <light> by 50%

Change the color of a light:
Hey Google, set <light> to <color>
Hey Google, turn <light> <color>

Change the color of a shade of white:
Hey Google, make <light> <shade>

The shade of white can be: warm white, incandescent, soft white,white, daylight

To turn on/off all the lights:
Hey Google, turn on/off all of the lights

Other useful commands are the ones for turning all the lights in a room on/off and dimming them. Google Home users can set up the lights for this command by assigning (adding) them to a specific room. You can do that with the Google Home mobile app. In this case, the naming of these devices doesn’t matter, while the Room name of course does.

To turn on/off all lights in room/group:
Hey Google, turn on/off <room> lights

To dim all lights in room/group:
Hey Google, set <room> lights to 50%
Voice Commands for controlling Blinds

To fully open the blinds:
Hey Google, turn <blind> off
Hey Google, turn off <blind>Hey Google, set <blind> off
Hey Google, set <blind> to 0%

To fully close the blinds:
Hey Google, turn <blind> on
Hey Google, turn on <blind>
Hey Google, set <blind> on
Hey Google, set <blind> to 100%

Query the blind status:
Hey Google, is the <blind> on/off?

Set the blind to a certain position:
Hey Google, set <blind> to 50%


Voice Commands for controlling Thermostats

To set the temperature to all thermostats
Hey Google, set the temperature to 22.

To set thermostat using the thermostat's room name
Hey Google, set the <room> thermostat to 22.

To set thermostat using the thermostat's name
Hey Google, set <thermostat> to 20°C.

To hear the ambient temperature on the thermostat
Hey Google, what’s the <room> temperature inside?

To hear what the temperature is set to on the thermostat
Hey Google, what’s the <room> thermostat set to?

Increase/Decrease the temperature on all thermostats
"Hey Google, make it warmer/cooler.
(on Google Assistant for 3 degrees)

Increase/Decrease the temperature using the thermostat's room name
Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature in the <room>.

Increase/Decrease the temperature using the thermostat's name
Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature of <thermostat>.

Increase/Decrease the temperature in all rooms for X degrees
Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature by 2 degrees.

Increase/Decrease the temperature of thermostat for X degrees
Hey Google, raise/lower the temperature of <thermostat> by 2 degrees.

To switch heating or cooling for all rooms modes¹
Hey Google, turn on the heating/cooling.
Hey Google, turn on the heat.

To switch heating or cooling for a specific room/thermostat¹
Hey Google, set <thermostat> to heating/cooling/automatic.
Hey Google, turn the <thermostat> to heat/cool/automatic (mode).
Hey Google, make it warmer/cooler in the <room>
Sets a heating or cooling mode¹
Please note: This command changes the mode to auto heat/cool mode. In order for this command to work, the Smart home has to support auto mode.

Currently the different modes only work for the Loxone Miniserver. When changing the temperature with your voice, you also change the mode to manual. If you want to switch back to the automatic mode, please set the thermostat to heating/cooling mode as mentioned above.

Voice Commands for controlling Switches and Scenes


How to control a Switch
To turn on/off a switch:
Hey Google, turn <switch> on/off
Hey Google, turn on/off <switch>
Hey Google, set <switch> on/off

To Query the switch status:
Hey Google, is the <switch> on/off?
How to control a Scene

To activate / turn on a scene:
Hey Google, turn on <scene>Hey Google, activate <scene>

To deactivate / turn off a scene:
Hey Google, turn off <scene>Hey Google, deactivate <scene>

Turn on/off all devices in room/group:
Hey Google, turn on/off <room>

Which devices with integrated Google Assistant are supported?

Any device with supported Google Assistant Assistant will work with our product, including: Google Home, Google Home Mini, Google Home Max, Google Home Hub, Any Android Phone with integrated Google Assistant, JBL Link 20, Nest Cam IQ Indoor, Lenovo Smart Display, Solis SO-2000, iHome iGV1, Onkyo Smart Speaker G3, LG ThinQ Speaker WK7, Soundcore Model Zero and many many others...

Which Loxone Smart Home servers are supported?

1Home supports Loxone Miniserver, Loxone Miniserver Go and the Loxone Musicserver (supported through the Miniserver).

Which Loxone devices are supported on the 1Home platform?

Loxone Alarm
Loxone AudioZone
Loxone CentralControls
Loxone ColorPickerV2, ColorPicker
Loxone Dimmer
Loxone Gate
Loxone IRoomController
Loxone IRoomControllerv2
Loxone Jalousie
Loxone LightController
Loxone LightControllerV2
Loxone LightsceneRGB
Loxone Pushbutton
Loxone Radio
Loxone Remote
Loxone Sauna
Loxone Slider
Loxone Switch
Loxone TimedSwitch
Loxone UpDownLeftRight
Loxone ValueSelector

Amazon Alexa also supports:
Loxone InfoOnlyAnalog (Temperature sensor)
Loxone InfoOnlyDigital (Contact or motion sensor)

Can I try the product using the Voice Assistant in my Smartphone?

Yes, even Voice Assistant device is not required for you to try out Voice Control. Simply use the Google Assistant in any Android Phone. See how to enable that.

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