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Microsoft's in-store Android looks desperate but can Google stop it?

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Android - bit of a toy OS, really.

I have recently encountered the following issue with Andoids "OK Google" feature.

As per the Chocolate Factorys suggestion, I have my digital pal enabled in all screens ready to assist.

I set my Sat Nav up and start driving.

Someone in the car (maybe the radio) says "Google", and up pops the search screen ... obscuring the Sat Nav.

Guess what ?

There is no way to close that screen without touching the phone and riskng the 6 points/£2000 fine.

Hardly a business-proposition feature ?

Googling (oh the irony) suggests that this isn't a big deal for the Android Fanbois.

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