"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" ...
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 ...
There is a way of forcing a certain app to be in different locale / language than your general phone settings!
you need to be rooted
install "xposed framework" from xposed.info
within this app install a module "app settings"
within this module search for "quicksearchbox" (it's the google search app)
change its locale to "english-us"
There's a tutorial on How to Activate Offline Voice Typing on Jelly Bean which you could follow. Here's an excerpt:
Open the system settings of the device.
Go to language and placing.
Make a tap on voice search.
Now do a tap on Download ricon. VOC. offline.
With a swype moved All tab and select your language, it will begin the download of the package.
I was searching for a fix to this exact problem and came across your post. I just found
I remembered your thread and thought i would come back to share this with you.
The guide says to:
Open Bluetooth Launch and scroll down to “Voice Search”.
Tap on it to expand it out, then select:
but i found ...
Yes .newline & newline works but timing is everything in this ..
Ex: How to get 3 cr's (2 more below the end of your line)...
At the last word in your sentince, either say "period" "newline" or pause and say "new line"
then for each cr/lf additional you want, as soon as you see the blinking line move to the next line, say newline and it will give you ...
I was just looking for the same thing to be able to run my phone in English, but my Navigation application in my native language (dutch). I found a program called localized apps program on XDA Developers: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1174443
It lets you create a shortcut for an app for a different language (it actually changes your phone ...
I use a third party app which can handle recorded voice tags.
I use Cyberon Voice Speed dial for which voice tags can be records for contacts or programs.
For bluetooth headset/car conenctivity i use Bluetooth Application Launcher.
This is set to open Voice Speed dialler when i press the blue tooth button to connect. Holding the blue tooth button for 4 ...
Unfortunatelly, the Answer is No. You can't switch recognition language in progress.
But you can switch default recognition language for entire phone (and wearables at once).
Launch google search app. Go to settings-Languages and check Spanish and English languages there.
after that TAP AND HOLD on Spanish language and then Save.
This will force your ...
Yes, there is. At least for some app names it should work fine. You should start a voice search with the "Google App" and press the microphone button in it to speak and say "open application". I've tested trying to open a couple programs:
abrir caixa (Portuguese for open and a bank app...)
open just java
All of those worked and it ...
Take a look at the app Tasker. Also the free app Llama may also be able to do this.
Tasker and Llama automate tasks on your phone. So you can have them say IF this condition (car charger plugged in) THEN do something (activate SVoice).
I'm not sure if this is true for other phones listed above, but for The Galaxy Note II, I had to make sure S-Voice was disabled (it says Voice Dialer on the first post).
Also, if you have downloaded bluetooth launcher you probably already tried:
"Google Search" and then selected "com.google.android.googlequicksearchbox.VoiceSearchActivity"
and was still ...
I own a Moto X and I know that it has "two modes" of voice recognition: one activated at any time by the command "OK Google now", which appears on a black screen, and the other activated by the voice search button on search/Google now app.
Every voice command recognized on the black screen is done offline, but on the white screen it needs to reach Google to ...
Voice search works in offline mode in Android Lolipop. In previous version you can use offline voice recognition only for writing messages (after click microphone icon on Android on screen keyborad).
Also be sure that your Google application is up to date:
Only for Spanish(Spain) but not for other variants (for example Spanish(LatinAmerica))
AFAIK the available commands are:
"signo de interrogación" (?)
"retorno de carro" o "nueva linea" (carriage return)
"signo de exclamación" (!)
You can not replace the voice in default TTS, but you can use external engine and add your voice there.
For example, you can use Flite TTS with your own voice. To add your voice, record voice samples from the existing database (500 samples) and build your voice with the build scripts, then add your voice into TTS. That will take some time though.
It seems there is no support yet for punctuation marks in Dutch. Unless something has changed since this posting:
Spraakgestuurd typen met deze 10 tips en trucs
(Scroll down to "Tip 04: Leestekens")
I came across this while searching for Japanese punctuation in voice input. Try using Swype Keyboard app as a workaround.
This is sadly not possible.
You could, however, say OK Google a little bit different each time it has to be recorderd. This might help to make sure that your voice is being recognized when you aren't saying OK Google in exactly the same way as your voice model.
Open up the Google Contacts app on Android. Go to the desired contact (do not edit the contact). Long press the phone number you want to set as the default number. You should get a pop-up dialog with Copy, Edit before calling, and (Tada!) Set default.
You can do the same thing with email addresses.
This works with the official Google Contacts app ...
I think if you search about it you may find application to do this, but i don't recommend it. because application like that need to turn on mic and process voices coming from it whole the time which shortens battery life.
I believe this website has a guide to the solution that you're looking for.
Edit: I was asked to summarize the site (Yes, I did just copy and paste the instructions for the most part):
Google Now has a neat ability to listen for the “OK, Google” command to automatically launch the app and get you into Search as fast as possible. But, you may not want ...
I realised that I had set Language to 'English(UK)' (under 'voice' settings of the Google Now app) and apparently hotword detection currently works only with English(US) (In my case, the offline voice recognition package I had installed was 'English(US)' , but language was English(UK) )!
So a simple switching of 'Language' to English(US) ...