How To Set Up Google Duo Video Call
1. Download Google Duo both for android and IOS here
2. Open the app you downloaded.
3. Agree to Google’s Terms and Conditions for the Duo app.
4. If you’re running Android 6.0 or higher, you’ll have to accept permissions one-by-one at launch:
Allow Duo to take pictures and video so that the app (and whoever calls you) can see you.
Allow Duo to record audio so that the app (and whoever calls you) can hear you.
Allow Duo to access your contacts so that it can see which of your contacts are on Google Duo and who you could invite to the service.
Allow Duo to send and view text messages so that it can send invites to your contacts and so it can see the verification code you’ll receive in a few steps.
5. Type in your phone number to use with Google Duo.
6. Your phone will receive a text message to verify your number. It may automatically read the verification code or you’ll need to enter it manually.
7. Now your Duo is set and ready to use.
How To Make Call With Google Duo
1. Simply Tap Video Call.
2. Select the person you’d like to call from your contacts or type in the number you’d like to reach.
4. Duo will call your contact, making your video visible with Knock Knock.
5. To end your call, tap the red phone button in the bottom center of your screen.
How To Set Google Duo
Go to Google Duo settings by tapping the three-dot menu in the top-left corner of the app’s main screen and selecting Settings.
If you don’t want the people you call to see you before they accept the call, you can slide the toggle for Knock Knock off.
By default, the setting to limit mobile data usage is on, knocking down the video quality when you’re away from WiFi, so if you want full video quality this is where you can enable it.