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How To Answer Messages On AirPods Without Siri Announcing Your Text

Answer Messages On AirPods Without Siri Announcing Your Text
Written by Hassan Abbas

Have you ever try to answer messages on AirPods without Siri reading back your responses? Officially Apple’s Announce Messages via Siri feature enables you to hear to and react to incoming text messages. When you’re wearing Powerbeats Pro headphones or AirPods.

Once you turned on the feature, you simply receive a message. ‌Siri‌ also transcribes it to you so you don’t need to view your Apple Watch or iPhone.

In some cases you want to reply quickly, ‌Siri‌ will ignore disturbing you and also listen after reading messages. So that you can reply to it without saying “Hey ‌Siri‌.”

It’s an amazing feature that feels apparent and integrated – until ‌Siri‌ reads your drafted response. However, if ‌Siri‌ has your speech down a chunk and can’t mishear you. Then you can turn off this part so that the entire listen-and-respond action flows naturally. Come let’s check here’s how to:

Step 1:

Head over to the Settings app on your ‌‌iPhone‌‌.

Step 2:

Click ‌Siri‌ & Search.

Step 3:

Now toggle on the switch located next to Reply without Confirmation.

All done!

Do you know that the feature Announce ‌Messages‌ supports third-party messaging apps such as WhatsApp? You can select which apps you like to work with by choosing them from the same settings screen, below where it says “Announce ‌Messages‌ From.” Also, make sure that if alerts have been disabled for the app you select, they’ll be also enabled again.


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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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