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4 tips and tricks to get the most out of the Google Pixel USB-C earphones



Google now has a pair of USB-C earphones in the box with the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL. The earplugs look very similar to the company's wireless pixel buds and work the same way.

Instead of the touch interaction on the earphone itself, there's an inline remote control with volume controls and a way to call Google Assistant. 19659003] But the earphones are not just for listening to music or a YouTube video.

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Proper fit

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Google's new earphones are similar to last year's Pixel Buds as they are one size fits all. Instead of using different rubber tips, users adjust a loop that comes out on the back of each earplug to find a tight fit.

To adjust the USB-C earphones, remove the cable at the back of the earplug's loop, and slide the cable back in tempo until you find a comfortable, but comfortable, fit.

Initial Setup, Settings

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Each time you connect the supplied USB-C earphones to your Pixel phone, a warning message will appear asking you to complete the setup of the earphones. Select Exit Setup from the notification, and then go through the various prompts. Alternatively, if you do not want to set up the earphones, Please do not ask anymore .

For those who decide to set up their earphones, they'll ask you to enable Google Assistant and grant Assistant access to your notifications.

When you have completed the initial setup, the Pixel C USB Earphone Settings page appears. On this page, you can disable Google Assistant earphone support and control how notifications are handled.

Spoken Notifications

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The USB-C earphones can read your notifications for you, so you do not have to take your phone out of your pocket every time you feel it. To set which apps the earphones read notifications, you need to open the settings page for your earphones. Plug in the earphones, open the wizard, and select Headset Settings in the Wizard panel. Next, select Spoken Alerts .

At the top of the page, there's a switch to turn off voice notifications altogether, or you can leave it turned on, and the app list just below it to turn it on or off scroll through the apps you want to talk about notifications.

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If you ever try to talk to someone who speaks another language, use the USB-C earphones and your Pixel phone as a translator. Install the Google Translate app and go through the initial setup to approve the various required permissions.

Once the app is installed and set up, you can press and hold the black button on the earphone's remote control and say something like "Translate Spanish / French / [language]". Google Assistant will let you know that Google Translate opens .

If the app is open on your phone, press and hold the black key while you speak, and once you've released the button, Google Translate will use the pixel's speaker in the language you mentioned in your voice command .


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