When interacting with good units similar to mobile- telephones or wearables, the person usually invokes a digital assistant (VA) by saying a key phrase or by urgent a but- ton on the gadget. Nonetheless, in lots of instances, the VA can by chance be invoked by the keyword-like speech or ac- cidental button press, which can have implications on person expertise and privateness. To this finish, we suggest an acous- tic false-trigger-mitigation (FTM) method for on-device device-directed speech detection that concurrently handles the voice-trigger and touch-based invocation. To facilitate the mannequin deployment on-device, we introduce a brand new streaming resolution layer, derived utilizing the notion of temporal convo- lutional networks (TCN) , recognized for his or her computational effectivity. To the very best of our data, that is the primary ap- proach that may detect device-directed speech from a couple of invocation sort in a streaming trend. We evaluate this method with streaming alternate options primarily based on vanilla Common layer, and canonical LSTMs, and present: (i) that every one the fashions present solely a small degradation in accuracy in contrast with the invocation-specific fashions, and (ii) that the newly launched streaming TCN persistently performs higher or comparable with the alternate options, whereas mitigating device- undirected speech sooner in time, and with (relative) discount in runtime peak-memory over the LSTM-based method of 33% vs. 7%, when in comparison with a non-streaming counterpart.