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For the most part, sure. I just put my Galaxy Nexus (Android 4.2.2) into Airplane mode and tried to compose an email message with speech-to-text. It worked, but it was slo-o-o-o-w. And not as accurate as I'd like. If you go into Settings > Language & input > Google voice typing (settings) you can set which languages are downloaded to your device ...


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Commands "New Line" or "Next Line" Press the enter key once, capitalize next word "New Paragraph" or "Next Paragraph" Press the enter key twice, capitalize next word "Caps <word>" Type with an initial capital "All Caps <word>" Type in all uppercase "Caps On" ...


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Aha! Five minutes later... It's the setting in the Google Translate app. Settings - speech input - Spanish was set to Default Dialect. I set it to Spanish (Spain) and voice input now works on both devices in Spanish in Flight mode. It would be be nice if Android was a bit less picky when it came to missing language data, like web pages work with fallback ...


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You can't (at the present). There is no command in voice recognition for typing to specify that a common noun is a proper noun and it needs to be capitalized. However, this service seems to be in beta version (see the link below) and we can expect some improvements soon: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/1407892 For now, Android speech recognition ...


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Try this app: utter! Although it's in beta, the reviews are quite promising. You should definitely give it a try.



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