Bose Corporation, commonly referred to as Bose, is a United States-based company that manufactures audio equipment. Founded in 1964, it is popular for making high-quality noise-canceling headphones amongst other products.

That being said, Bose 700 is a premium headphone that offers superior audio quality and features adjustable noise-canceling along with support for Google Assistant.


But according to recent reports, Bose 700 users are saying that they are hearing a constant beeping sound when they press the Google Assistant button.

However, the device assistant seems to be working just fine, indicating that it is an issue with Google Assistant.

Many say that this is frustrating and is making the Bose 700 Google Assistant unusable. Moreover, resetting the headphone, re-pairing, and clearing Google app data doesn’t seem to help either.


NC700 assistant button issue with Pixel 6 Pro
Howdy, I got a Pixel 6 Pro last week and whenever I press the assistant button on my NC700, I just get the binging noise in a loop over and over until I turn the headphones off. I’ve tried firmware udpates, pairing and unpairing etc to no avail. Does anyone else have this issue? Thanks

So I got a pair of Bose NC700 as a pre-order reward for the pixel 6 and they arrived today. Downloaded the Bose Music app, paired the headphones, set up google assistant on my phone – all good so far. The issue is that when I hold down the dedicated assistant button it just beeps over and over again (even after I let go of the button) as if it’s stuck in a loop, and the assistant doesn’t pick up what I say. The only fix I have found is to switch the voice assistant to “Device assistant” instead, which seems to have the same functionality, but it seems odd to me to have a function that just plain doesn’t work. Anyone have any experience with this?

Bose 700 owners were wondering if it was an issue with their headphones or a bug with Google Assistant.

Thankfully, a Google Community Gold Product Expert has commented on the matter and said that it is currently under investigation. However, they did not say if and when the issue will be fixed.

Hi all, Confirming Google is aware of this issue and is investigating.

As always, we will be keeping an eye out on the matter and update this space when Google resolves the Bose 700 Google Assistant issue so make sure you stay tuned.

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