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How to check what audio Google has recorded on your Android smartphone

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If you are an Android user then you would have made use of Google Assistant at some point of time, if not regularly. For that, Google records your voice to provide you with the answers to your query. If you wish to listen to your voice recordings done by Google through its AI voice assistant, here is how you can do it on your phone.


Log in to your Google account if you haven’t done so or are logged out, open the Google app, tap your profile at the top right and go to ‘Manage your Google account’


Now, tap the ‘Data & personalisation’ tab under the Google Account page

Under ‘Data & personalisation’, you would find ‘Activity controls’ where you will see Web & App Activity, Location History, YouTube History etc. There is an alternate method to go to this page which is named Google My Activity. Here is a quick link for that: https://myactivity.google.com/myactivity?pli=1


Go to ‘Manage your activity controls’


Now, scroll down and tap ‘Manage activity’


Go to ‘Filter by date’


Select your voice recordings and then apply


Now, you can view your recordings and hear them also

If you opened the Google My Activity page through the link, you can follow the same steps after step-6 by going to ‘Filter by date and product’


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