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I understand that Google will store the things I say and is supposed to improve recognition of my voice on my android phone. How can it do this if there is no way to correct it? I say a persons name several times and it incorrectly recognizes it the same way each time.

How is it going to improve and recognize what I say correctly?

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Try this Can I train Google Voice Actions to better recognize my voice?

Digging around Android forums and elsewhere, I found a good number of testimonies from speech-to-text enthusiasts who saw better results from simply speaking at a normal clip. Google representative Nadja Blagojevic offered much the same advice for the search giant's voice product in both Android and its Chrome browser: "Speak naturally and clearly, but don't strain to enunciate too much or speak slowly."

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