Yes, I'm using the official Lineage OS ROM, so perfect and thank you very, very much!
Accessibility Settings was the only thing which worked for me to get the beep back. There's a very long thread on google products forum with people complaining, maybe another solution has surfaced since I was bothered by the same problem.
I hope that you wouldn't have to uninstall this module to get the "official" support, it's just eventually Assistant will work on a freshly flashed phone/tablet and you won't need this module. Probably after the "official" support is rolled out, you'd be able to just uninstall the module and keep Assistant.
If you have your phone language set to English you probably don't have to bother...
I would be very interested in this. I don't want to talk to my phone would rather have google now search screen come up. I used to be able to use automagic to catch the ASSIST request and choose whatever action i wanted but with google assistant I have lost this ability.
In the readme it says "Enable OK Google Detection from any screen and train the voice model before installing the module". However, it seems that if you're not one of the beta testers it will fail on the third and final attempt. Would it be any point of setting the language to English (US), train the voice and then switch back to your own language?
Try these steps:Will this fix the settings in the google app for "okay google" detection? I flashed v1 of the module and now those settings are greyed out/I'm unable to say "Ok google" and activate it from the home screen (or any other screen)
Edit: Flashing v2 didn't fix. I'm going to clear app data and see if that does it
Edit 2: Clearing app data didn't fix it. Any ideas?
No clue, I'm guessing HDR+ probably depends on specific prop which my module overrides in order to enable Assistant.
Thanks man, I'll try the same on Nexus 6 to see if it works.