If you want to avoid a tangled mess of audio, hitting Mute on your Google Home speaker is the way to go. But what happens if you accidentally hit it? Will Google Home really stop listening when you hit Mute? Let’s find out. Here are a few things you can do to make it less intrusive. By default, you should not hit Mute on your Google Home speaker. You can turn off the microphone, but the mic won’t stop recording if you’re not in a conversation.
The first thing you need to do is make sure the speaker has microphones. Google Home comes with three microphones, but the last one is only active when the speaker is on. If you accidentally hit Mute on your Home speaker, it won’t continue listening. But, if it’s plugged into a TV, you can use the microphone to turn it off. This way, you can still listen to your Google Assistant while your TV is off.
When you want to prevent the speaker from listening, you can set timers and alarms on Google Home. If you want to delete the recordings, you can simply say “stop.” You can also add home and work addresses and custom responses. You can change the settings later if necessary. You can even turn off Google Home and its microphone by saying “stop.”