To make and receive Google Voice calls, use your built-in microphone and speakers or connect external audio devices, such as headsets. Change audio devices before or during a call. If you use a headset for incoming calls on your computer, you can also choose a second device to ring. Then you can hear calls even when you've taken off your headset.
Supported audio devices
Bluetooth, 3.5 mm (including 3.5 mm devices connected through a USB-C adaptor) and built-in earpiece speaker and speakerphone. You may be able to use USB audio devices, depending on your mobile device's model and manufacturer.
Choose the device for calls
To change the audio device during a call, tap Speaker .
- If you haven't connected an external device, audio switches between earpiece speaker and speakerphone.
- If you've connected an external audio device, a list shows the connected devices.
Note: When you connect an external audio device, your mobile device may automatically select it.
Certified headsets and speakerphones
Google has partnered with the manufacturers to test and certify these headsets and speakerphones for Google Voice. You can trust certified devices to offer the best overall experience.
|Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones® 700 UC|