There isn’t a direct and official way to set ChatGPT as your default voice assistant on Android. The default voice assistant on Android is usually Google Assistant, and users do not have the option to replace it with third-party alternatives easily.

However, technology and app features can change, so it’s advisable to check for any updates or changes in the settings on your Android device. You might also want to explore third-party apps that allow customization of voice interactions on Android. Keep in mind that such apps might have limitations, and their effectiveness can vary.

Here’s a general guide on how you might explore such settings on Android:

  1. Check Default Assist App Settings:
    • Open your device’s settings.
    • Navigate to “Apps” or “Applications.”
    • Look for “Default apps” or “Default applications” in the app settings.
    • There may be an option for “Assist & voice input” or similar.
  2. Explore Third-Party Apps:
    • Search the Google Play Store for third-party voice assistant apps.
    • Install the app that seems promising.
    • Follow the app’s instructions to set it up.
  3. Voice Input Settings:
    • Go to your device’s settings.
    • Navigate to “Language & input” or a similar section.
    • Look for “Voice input” or “Speech” settings.
    • Check if there’s an option to select a default voice assistant.

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