How to add the Stunning Live Caption feature to Pixel 2 and 2 XL?

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Good news for Google Pixel phone users! Google has recently released an update for its Pixel smartphones with a unique Live Caption feature specifically designed to translate the audio, using Artificial Intelligence, from any medium being played on your device and convert them to quick, exact inscriptions.

However, this exceedingly popular update has been limited in its scope by Google to only facilitate the Google Pixel 4 smartphones. Do not get disappointed, we’ve got you covered. this guide will explore a superb method of manually adding this feature to older versions of the pixel series, specifically the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones!

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Google Live Caption

Okay, so it’s not like you are going to get this update in the form of an over-the-air OTA update instead, your first step will be to download the Device Personalization Services APK from APK Mirror and by doing that you will be able to complete the first step required towards getting that amazing Live Caption feature on your Google Pixel 2 device. After installing the feature on your phone, you will just have to turn the feature on by carrying out the following procedure:

Device Settings>Accessibility

Selecting Accessibility from your Device Settings’ drop-down menu will show you a host of options, you just need to find the Live Caption setting. You will most likely figure it out under the Audio and On-Screen Text section. That’s it!

Recent Updates:

  • The security patch update in August 2019 enhances Wi-Fi configuration and stability
  • The Playground 2.1 update and inclusion of Playmoji for Google’s Pixel devices starting from Pixel 2 and 2 XL
  • The brilliant Night Sight mode for Pixel 3 integrated with older Pixel phones
  • Users of Pixel 2 and 2XL to enjoy the Call Screening mode on their phones

Now, it is not known if Google will ultimately make Live Caption available for Pixel devices, what would be the criteria for it, and which devices would it cater to. For that reason, we do not want you to keep waiting in anticipation as to when that will happen, rather we are providing you with a hack to get a hands-on experience of this new feature. So, head on to the link provided above and enjoy Live Caption on your pixel 2 and 2 XL device.

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