Monday, April 3, 2017

How To Install and Use Bixby In Any Samsung Galaxy Smartphone

Bixby is Samsung's very own Virtual Assistant recently launched and came with the latest flagships - the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus

Samsung's Bixby is similar to Microsoft's Cortana, Apple's Siri, Amazon's Alexa, Google's Assistant, and will face fierce competition with the already established Virtual Assistants from other big tech companies.

Bixby is an AI system that's designed to make device interaction easier, specifically designed to avoid the complexity of increasingly fully-featured devices. This feature is exclusively made available to Samsung Galaxy S8 devices, and upcoming devices.

Bixby understand your natural language, all you need to do is give complete information and Bixby will interpret it and take action.

Normally, it's made available to only Galaxy S8 & S8+ smartphones, but you can install and enjoy it on other Samsung phones running Nougat Android version. Thanks to an XDA member who made this trick possible.

HOW TO INSTALL SAMSUNG BIXBY IN OTHER SAMSUNG PHONES

✔️ Ensure your Samsung device is running Android Nougat

✔️ Download and install Samsung Galaxy S8 launcher here

✔️ After that, download and install Bixby apk here, alternatively, get it here

✔️ Now go to S8 launcher setting by long pressing on home screen

✔️ Activate Bixby

✔️ Finally, reboot your device and swipe left from your home screen to enjoy the full functionality of Bixby.

SEE ALSO... Samsung S8 Specs and Price

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8 comments:

  1. Samsung is not my kind of phone because it's too costly

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  2. this apps will help those owned a Samsung smartphone

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  3. while does not com wit dis feature when manufacturer

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  4. Samsung too cost Nigeria now but great development from Samsung

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  5. The luncher is not working for my note 5

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    1. Because Samsung Galaxy Note 5 runs Lollipop and not Nougat (required) version of Android OS

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