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How to Disable Bixby on Samsung Galaxy S22

Samsung’s phones have their own voice assistant called Bixby, in addition to Google Assistant support. Bixby is Samsung’s attempt to take on Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Although it didn’t have the success of these three wizards, it still comes pre-installed on many Samsung devices. In this article we will try to teach you how to Disable Bixby on Samsung Galaxy S22.

Bixby is a virtual assistant. It made its debut on the Samsung Galaxy S8 in 2017 and was designed to work with a range of Samsung products built into numerous other devices such as Samsung’s Family Hub fridges and TVs. Samsung Galaxy phones are very popular, but they include a feature that is very unpopular: Bixby. The Galaxy S22 series once again gives Bixby a prominent place. Below we have mention the steps to turn off Bixby on Samsung Galaxy S22 .

Samsung Galaxy S22: How to Disable Bixby

Disable Bixby From Side Button

  • Open the Settings app on your Galaxy S22.
  • Scroll down until you reach Advanced Features.
  • Tap Side key.
  • Under Press and hold, tap Power off menu.
  • Exit the Settings app.

After disabling Bixby using the side button, holding down the side button will bring you to the traditional power menu. This turns it back into the power button we’ve been used to for years.

Disable “Hi Bixby” Voice Detection

  • Open the Bixby app on your Galaxy S22.
  • Tap the browser-looking icon in the bottom right corner.
  • In the top right corner, tap the three vertical dots.
  • Tap Settings from the drop-down menu.
  • Tap the toggle next to Voice wake-up.

Final Words

That’s it with our article on how to disable or turn off Samsung S22 Bixby Feature. Bixby rears its ugly head in a few different places on the Galaxy S22. First, and perhaps most annoying, holding the power button brings up Bixby instead of the power menu. Second, there’s a “Hi, Bixby” wake-up command.

I hope you understand this article, How to Disable Bixby on Samsung Galaxy S22.

James Hogan
James Hogan
James Hogan is a senior staff writer at Bollyinside, where he has been covering various topics, including laptops, gaming gear, keyboards, storage, and more. During that period, they evaluated hundreds of laptops and thousands of accessories and built a collection of entirely too many mechanical keyboards for their own use.
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