The Samsung Galaxy S7 comes with a headset that has buttons for controlling music and using voice commands. If you’re wondering how to use the headset controls, this tutorial is for you.
There are three buttons on the Galaxy S7 headset. Volume Up, Volume Down, and a third one we’ll call “Select”.
Using Google Search
Press and hold “Select” to bring up Google search. You can then use any of the voice commands that Google supports. Once you press and hold the button, you’ll hear a beep and the Google screen will appear.
Voice command scan be used to open apps, play a specific music track or check traffic and weather.
Here are some examples of voice commands you can use with your phone:
- “Check for missed calls”
- “Open Camera”
- “Check Schedule”
- “Play AWOLNATION”
- “Record Voice”
- “Find pizza place”
- “Navigate to Chicago”
- “Check weather”
- “Make appointment for lunch tomorrow at 12”
- “Call my wife”
The amount of commands are endless. It understands keywords in any sentence you provide. Trail and error is the best way to make it work best for you.
Most music apps will support the feature for controlling your music from the headset.
- Volume Up/Down can be used to turn the volume up and down.
- Press “Select” once to pause or stop music.
- Double-press “Select” to skip forward to the next track.
- Triple-press “Select” to skip backwards to the previous track.
You can even use the buttons on the headset to control music while you are using other applications.
- Press “Select” once to pick up a phone call.
- Press “Select” once while on a call to hang up.
If you ever lose the headset that came with your Samsung Galaxy S7, you can easily find a replacement. Many third-party headsets are available with the same 3 button configuration and will work just the same as the once that came with your device.
Do you know of any other ways you can use the Samsung Galaxy S7 headphones? Please share them in the comments section below.