Google users around the world encountered an error while accessing Google Assistant last week. The bug prevented users from accessing Google Assistant, not just on Android smartphones. Now, the word is that Google has fixed this error.
For those of you who are not sure what exactly happened, here’s a brief explanation: during the past week, some Google Assistant users were unable to access the virtual assistant on their devices.
In the case of the smart screens, both Nest devices and third-party devices, users could not bypass the white phone screen. According to a report by 9To5 Google, smart screen users have reported seeing Google Assistant Google points endlessly. Users of Google Assistant Smart Speakers, on the other hand, said that the speaker said, “something went wrong” or “there was an error”, which made all these devices unusable.
Similarly, the smartphone app on Android and iOS still showed the message “Google cannot reach at present. The report says that while some users were able to have their voice transcribed, others were not.
What was worrying was not to remove the latest update in the case of the mobile app or to repair the hardware in the case of smart speakers and smart screens. This was reportedly due to a problem with the Google Account. Google was aware of the problem and was fixing it, according to a post on his community forum earlier today.
The word is now that the company has fixed the problem. While the issue was automatically fixed for most users, other people received a call from Google Nest in which they were given a code to tag feedback.