You’ll notice that the shortcut dial on your lock screen Android 6.0 Marshmallow has been replaced by a bunch of Google Now.
The lock screen has been evolving for a long time and some of the changes offer a better user experience. However, Google does not always know what you want but you. If the shortcut app all tagging was something you used to make calls regularly, you can add back to the lock screen (with a caveat). So you can do:
Step 1: Go to settings and then select applications.
Step 2: Select the icon on the top right and then Default Applications> Support and voice input.
Step 3: Select the support option and then none.
The selection of Google, which is the shortcut to Google Now on the lock screen, will be replaced. Now the warning: change option will disable the function that opens Google Now on Tap to hold down the Home button.
If you repent, you can always return the support application to Google.
What shortcut is more useful for you? Share your opinion in the comments section.