If I use the touch less voice feature ("OK, Google Now") to initiate a voice command, the phone properly recognizes my voice and shows the translated search text on the screen. But it pauses for about 5-10 seconds and then always results in "Can't reach Google at the moment." I have strong WiFi and LTE connections.
Google’s new Voice Search and Google Now has gone through numerous tests by various users ever since Google announced them. Thus far, no one has given Google Voice Search such a long and informative test like this YouTube user by the name of JLishere on his Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
For months now I've been watching all the demos of voice search I was really excited because I liked the way voice search spoke the search results so what the heck is up with this new JB update from Verizon, I'm not getting any spoken results in voice search!
This may not seem like a big deal but is there any way to change the voice I get from Google's voice search? I can't stand the way the female American voice sounds and I used to have the English one which I preferred but it disappeared on UltimaROM.
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My phone runs on 4.4.2 kitkat.
The voice search crashes after detecting the keyword ok google.
If, I tap on the mike button and do voice search it works. What could be the reason behind this app-crash?
Voice Search was running just fine, then one day it started acting up (it would just freeze) I use the app called Assistant, which runs through Google Voice Search I assume because it was also freezing up when Voice Search started acting up. I tried un-installing then re-installing voice search, but that was a no go.
Readers who are fortunate enough to have spent some time using Android 4.1 Jelly Bean are familiar with the Google Now app for conducting searches. The Google Now app lets users speak a question and then get an answer spoken back to them. Basically, the app is a voice-recognition interface similar to the Siri functionality Apple shows off in their commercials for iOS devices.