Google Now is one of the most helpful things out there, and using voice commands to get something done makes the feature even better. As discovered by Android Police, using Google Now and a simple voice command can make switching certain features on and off a breeze. The only kicker here is that if you want to use voice commands to directly toggle features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or the flashlight, you’ll need to be running Android 5.0 Lollipop. This doesn’t work with Android 4.4 KitKat (without rooting). As noted in the original finding, activating Google Now and then saying, “Turn on/off Wi-Fi” or “Turn on/off Bluetooth,” or “Turn on/off flashlight” will toggle those features without needing to jump into any other settings menus. Previously, and as is still the case with many other toggled features, saying these commands would just open up the menu for the specific feature, forcing the user to toggle it on or off with a finger anyway. So, if you’ve got a phone running Android 5.0 give this a shot and let us know how it works!