How to Turn Off Voice Guide on LG TV [4 Methods]

Are you looking for the steps to turn off voice guide on LG TV? Almost all LG TVs have the audio guide (also known as talk back and voice guide) feature, which you can enable or disable at your convenience. Today you will learn how you can turn it off.

For those unfamiliar, mobile phones, PCs, TVs, and devices have an accessibility menu that helps people with visual and hearing impairments. Although the audio guidance feature on LG TVs can be useful for people with these disabilities, it might be annoying for other users. Read on to check out the steps to disable it.

What is Voice Guide Feature on LG?

The voice guide (or audio guidance or talk back) is enabled by default on LG TVs if they have the feature. If it’s enabled, users will get voice feedback while browsing and selecting options on the TV.

The feature also works when you use apps like Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV, Web Browser, and others. You can identify if the feature is turned on if you are hearing the audio while browsing the menu.

How to Turn Off Voice Guide on LG TV [webOS 6.0 or Later]

If you have an LG TV that runs on the webOS 6.0 or later operating system, follow the below steps to disable the feature. You can check webOS version is TV software information.

Step 1: First of all, make sure your TV is turned on.

Step 2: Press the gear icon on the remote control to open settings.

Step 3: Select All Settings > General > Accessibility.

Step 4: Click on Audio Guidance.

Step 5: Turn off the toggle for Enable the function.

How to Turn Off Talk Back on LG TV [webOS 5.0 or Earlier]

If your LG TV runs on the webOS 5.0 or earlier operating system of any manufactured year, here’s how you can turn off the feature:

Step 1: Click on the gear icon on the LG remote.

Step 2: Select All Settings > Accessibility.

Step 3: Tap on Audio Guidance or Audio Description and turn off the toggle for it.

How to Disable Voice Guide Feature on LG TV [Using the Mic Button]

You can also turn off Audio guide feature using voice commands. However, the commands are only available for newer models. Give it a try if you have a newer model of the LG TV, and it should work:

Step 1: Press the Microphone key on the LG remote and say “Turn Off Audio Guidance.”

Step 2: Once done, release the button, and the feature should be disabled.

How to Turn Off Google Assistant on an LG TV

Many LG TVs come with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant integration to control your device using voice commands.

While it works perfectly, you will see a Meet Your Google Assistant pop-up screen when you turn on your LG TV. If you have gotten annoyed with it and want to remove it, you will need to turn off the feature. Follow the below steps to turn it off.

Step 1: On the remote control, press the gear icon.

Step 2: Navigate to All Settings > General.

Step 3: Select About This TV > User Agreements (on some LG TV models, you will directly see the User Agreements option).

Step 4: Uncheck the Terms of Use, then tap Agree.

Once you do, the TV will restart to apply the changes. Note that this will block the microphone button on the remote, meaning you will not be able to use the mic button to control your TV using voice commands.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Get Rid of Audio Guide on My TV?

To get rid of the guide voice on your LG TV, you need to disable the Audio Description or Audio Guidance feature under the Accessibility menu in the settings.

How Do I Turn On Voice Control on My LG Smart TV?

If you wish to turn on voice control on your LG TV to guide you in describing the contents on the screen out loud, you need to enable audio description. Just follow the same steps as you do to turn off the feature, but this time turn on the toggle at the last step.

So, this was all about how you can turn off voice guide on LG TV. We have also added the steps to turn off Google Assistant, by which you can disable the use of the microphone button on the remote.

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