Google previously removed the play and pause buttons due to an issue that caused the device to constantly record users. However, the feature is now back.
So how will it work now?
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A Google Home smart speaker with a display will no doubt feature YouTube, Google Maps, Chrome and other Google owned apps. Well, there's a bit of change though: you need to long-press the side because you can give a command.
When the Home Mini was first announced, it was originally created to recognize tapping gestures so its owners could control it and execute several functions including voice input. For the rest of the Home Mini units, the update should also deploy shortly.
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In October, Google disabled the feature after a privacy issue was reported in which the Mini was registering "phantom" touches and recording more often than intended, said CNET. The update doesn't restore all of the Home Mini's touch controls though, as manually triggering voice controls using a long press on the top of the device still won't work. This brought quite the embarrassment to Google's hand, especially since the product hadn't even shipped, but the good news was that the problem was caught before product shipped and was disable to offer consumers a better state of mind. If you have a Google Home Mini, you'll get that ability back in firmware version 1.30, which is arriving starting today in the preview channel. And it also stands to make the Google Home Mini a better competitor against Amazon's Echo Dot, which includes such a port by default.
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