Is anyone running this app yet? .please comment on this app, usefulness, problems ect also the microphone for voice to text is it a one time use and 0aint to access ot is it there and easy t9 use
on 12/23/2012 – Made popular on 12/23/2012
In Language input settings, I have Google Voice typing selected. When I open Gmail, and try to enter text I am only given 2 choices: There is a typewriter that appears and right next to the SYM key on the typewriter is a key with a large T and a slanted pen leaning against it, with a tiny microphone in the upper right. If I select it, I get the S Pen page for input with the S pen.
I had a question for everybody! I initially had the S4, but my microphone was acting up...voice typing, voice searches and phone calls were all whack, so I ended up exchanging it for the One...but something feels off here. Has anybody else had microphone issues? How is the S4 at eliminating ambient noise when using voice dictation?
I have an Ubuntu GNU/Linux user friend that was trying to get her microphone working for Google Voice and Video Chat and she couldn't figure it out. So I recorded a short video that talks about changing settings in Ubuntu "Sound Preference" to get your microphone working.With a little bit of faith and tinkering, you should be able to get your microphone working perfectly.
I'm running Debian (technically Raspbian), trying to get a Star-Trek style voice-command system. I've got it mostly up and running, but in the interests of privacy and all that jazz, I don't want my microphone always recording.
I'm wondering, is there a way to poll which processes, if any, are currently accessing the microphone?
When connected with a Bluetooth headset all voice to text functions do not work. When trying to access Google now, The phone seems to be stuck initializing. When using the voice for text messaging I have the same issue.
I have found the following solutions.
1. If you are running an audio program. The Voice functions will pause the audio and work as expected.
Swift Linux 0.0.3 is now available at http://www.swiftlinux.org . Swift Linux is based on the full version of antiX Linux for the 686 processor. Swift Linux is a very lightweight AND user-friendly distro that uses the large Debian repository. Other distros can compete with Swift Linux on one or even two of these criteria, but NONE can compete with Swift Linux on all three.
Hey guys. I'm new here and I'm having a problem with my Google voice texting on jbsourcery v5.2. I use handcent to send texts and when I click on the little microphone icon to voice text, nothing happens. Thought it may have been Google voice and when i went to update it from the play store, it said package wasn't signed correctly.
Okay. I am not totally sure what the "proper" name is to call this function, but it is the function on my S2 that translates voice to text. I don't know if it is voice command, voice talk, vlingo or something else.