As Bixby doesn’t have proper voice recognition and knowledge compare to other assistants, many people have been wondering to completely disable Bixby on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. Well, Samsung has added the new feature to use Bixby to translate languages. But, still, it doesn’t work like other smart assistants. Right?

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One of the most annoying things people have found is sometimes they accidentally press the Bixby button instead of the power button as it is situated on the left side below the volume buttons. For any reason, if you want to turn off Bixby voice on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, then let’s check the procedure to remove it!

How to Completely Disable Bixby on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

How to Turn Off Bixby on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus

Here we are going to share three different methods to completely disable Bixby voice, Bixby button, and Bixby home on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.

How to Disable Bixby Voice on Galaxy S9/S9 Plus

Step #1. From the home screen, swipe right or press Bixby button to get the Bixby Home panel.

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Step #2. Next, tap on the three-dot menu button at the top right corner and select ‘Settings’.

Step #3. Under the ‘Voice’ section, disable Bixby Voice options.

How to Disable Bixby Key on Galaxy S9/S9 Plus

Step #1. Swipe right from the home screen or press Bixby button to get the Bixby Home panel.

Step #2. Next, tap Settings gear icon at the top.

Step #3. Now turn off the toggle next to Bixby Key.

How to Disable Bixby Home from the home screen on Galaxy S9/S9 Plus

Step #1. From the home screen, hold down on empty space until the menu appears.

Step #2. Swipe to the right to reach the left home panel.

Step #3. Once you got the Bixby Home, disable it by turning toggle off.

You’re done!

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Once you follow the above three procedures, you won’t get annoyed with Bixby anymore. Now you can use your other smart assistant on your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus. Don’t forget to share your reason for removing Bixby from your S9 or S9+. Just drop comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.