Know what audio files does Google Servers store from your Android Smartphones


Surely, of time, you might have used the AI voice assistant on your Google Android Smartphone. Some even have a habit of using it from time to time like for instance using it to check the weather, play latest music, know time or sports updates etc….

But do you know that all your queries asked via ‘Hey Google’ are recorded and stored on the Alphabet Inc’s servers for a specific period and then moved to archives for analytical purposes by the web search giant?

Yes, what you have read is absolutely right!

Google keeps a record of all the queries you ask through your AI voice assistant and all those files are stored against your account, respectively.

Now, to listen to the recordings by google through AI Voice Assistant, here’s what you can do.

Just log into your Google Account and go to the settings page and opt for the ‘Manage your Google Account Tab’.

Just click on the ‘Data & Personalisation’ Tab that is available under the Google Account Page.

You can also access the same content through the “Google My Activity” app.

Scroll down to the required content and filter it by date.

Select the voice recordings and then apply

Thereafter, you can view your voice recordings and hear them

Note-Google Assistant is available on more than 1 billion device that are operating in more than 90 countries. It is being used by more than 50 million users on a monthly note and in over 30 languages.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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