Android :: Speech Recognition - Install On Virtual Device
May 24, 2010
In my emulator isRecognitionAvailable method from SpeechRecognizer class returns false and also when i run VoiceRecognition.java sample code on API level 8 platform 2.2 i got "Recognizer not present" message. Any idea hints whats going on? If problem is Speech recognition is not available in my emulator then how to install it in my virtual device?
How to I properly parameterize the speech recognizer so that it can more easily recognize the words that the user will probably say?
As far as I can tell there is no way.
I believe this site is wrong: http://www.4feets.com/2009/04/speech-recognition-in-android-sdk-15/
Will give a hint to the recognizer that you might say those words. However, it appears to do absolutely nothing. It also conflicts with the google documentation which says:
"An ArrayList of the potential results when performing ACTION_RECOGNIZE_SPEECH. Only present when RESULT_OK is returned." This hints that the array is a return value NOT an input.
To test this out try adding: ArrayList< String > potentialResults = new ArrayList< String >(); potentialResults.add("cumin"); and try to get the speech recognizer to recognize it. You will find it very difficult.
Reading through this group about speech recognition in android. Is it possible for me as a developer to create an application that uses speech recognition in the 1.5 SDK. I want to be able to base my code on the examples/api/voicerecognition.java code.
Is Android Speech recognition only available for english? I tryed to set EXTRA_LANGUAGE in the RecognizerIntent but it doesn't work. EXTRA_LANGUAGE - Optional language override to inform the recognizer that it should expect speech in a language different than the one set in the getDefault(). Do you know anything about this?
From what I've read, speech recognition is available for 3 languages: English (UK, US, Au ..), Japanese and Chinese (Mandarin). Does anyone know more details about how to switch between these languages? Is there a way to know (programatically) which language is active for speech recognition on a certain device? (maybe in Japan the only have Japanese ... but can I get this information somehow ... like a property or anything?).
I am trying to build an application (which would use the Hindi language and other regional languages) to get speech voice commands.I also need text to speech functionality in my application.I was wondering if there was any way I could get a speech recognition library on Android? I did a quick Google search and found a couple of libraries for Hindi on the Internet but I am not sure if I can include them in my Android project. Can I?
Is there a way to use an audio file as input to speech recognition? If not, is this feature expected in the foreseeable future?
A separate question (and this is going to sound ridiculous, but it might actually be okay for a joke app I'm thinking about): Would it be possible to play audio out of an Android handset, while at the same time having a recognizer listen to it via the microphone? (Guess I could just try it.)
I want to use the SR api to handle commands in my application. I know at any given point in my application what the valid commands would be at that point so would like to limit the results that the SR is matched against. For example, if the only valid commands were "Yes" or "No" I would like to be able to restrict the SR to only try and match against those two words. Otherwise on full vocabulary I get "Snow" and other false words. Limiting the vocabulary should make matching 90%+ accurate on limited words. Is this possible? Also, can I limit the SR to only match numeric for number input only? The internal dialer seems to be able to do this sort of this, so can I?
I have installed the vlingo app which works with no problem (so far). However, when I download and run the app Talk to Me, and click the microphone, it says that "Speech Recognition Tool is not currently installed". I have searched all over Google to try and find what exactly it is that I need to install on my Wildfire to enable this app, and a couple of others, to recognise my speech. What I need to do to enable speech recognition.
I AM able to turn on "personalize speech recognition" via the settings in voice search, but on my google dashboard the speech section is missing and I see no evidence that google speech recognition accuracy is improving in any way. Ive tried clearing the app data and enabling search history without success.
I have only 1 gmail account linked to this phone and everything pertaining to that account (calendars, app store, etc.,) is updating correctly.
Im running ICS stock rom on a rooted HTC vivid with ATT service. I have voice search 3.0.1. The app store only has version 2.1.4. Id gladly uninstall 3.0.1 and install 2.1.4 from the app store if it would fix this problem but im worried uninstalling voice search could cause additional problems.
But before we engage in arguments on the politics of actively hiding the file system to computer users and restricting access to their devices... WHERE Google stores its Offline Speech Recognition Language Files?
I accidentally discovered that Offline Speech Recognition seems to have been bundled with Google Search somehow because if Google Search is disabled, so is Speech Recognition and looking at Google Search in Application Manager, one can notice that the data storage is proportional to the size of the downloaded language files, but so far have been unable to locate where on the device these files are stored, so that they don't need to be downloaded again.
For some reason in the past day or so, my speech recognition function makes a bleep noise when I activate it. I am pretty sure it never did before (I don't like beeps and bleeps). All my other settings are on vibrate or mute. I have gone through the various sound settings in the system menu and the language and input and can't find a way to turn it off. How to get that sound off? Or even tell me how it might have turned on?
I am looking at doing speech recognition in android. The program needs to have continuous speech recognition. The library only needs to be about 10 words. I have considered using Googles api, but I don't think it will work. (I cannot have anything covering the screen). I have been looking into other ways but nothing seems like it will work. Is it possible to use java's speech recognition library, or is there any other way of going about this? In summary 1. Need continuous speech input 2. 10 words at max 3. can train if necessary 4. overview of program - display screen, wait for voice input or touch input, update screen repeat 5. cannot cover what is being displayed on the screen
I own and use a mobile phone model XTOUCH X401 with Android 4.0.4 on board. and kernel3.0.13. The mobile phone was root but for a subsequent issue I have reported it to factory state, obviously the system has been added to what they had. the state restore factory I deleted the app and SuperUser does not allow me to have the recovery mode as well as administrator permissions. When I attempted to remake the Root I encountered the problem that my PC (but also others) did not recognize the phone in debug mode to the root. I changed my PC I used wires but nothing more. Of course I downloaded the drives from the official website of XTOUCH but also from other sites to verify the integrity. I also downloaded the drive for geerali MTK6575 with the same result. What can I do, but mostly where I'm wrong?
I want to create a virtual device (nexus one) with wvga800, 800x480 but when I do, I can't see the whole screen on my 13" macbook pro, and I can't scroll down to see the bottom of the screen. How can I see the bottom of my virtual phone screen?
On a relatively new emulator image (AVD) I have about 40mb of free space. How can I expand this? I tried setting the disk.cachePartition.size option, but it didn't seem to have any effect.Just to be clear.I'm talking about the "Internal phone storage" size, not the SD Card size.
I have created a small and simple android app. I tried installing it on an actual android device. But because it won't install, I created an AVD resembling my phone. I tried copying and installing app on that AVD and it still says that error. "Application xxx could not be installed on this phone".
Before I tried installing my app on the phone or AVD I following steps: 1. Exported an unsigned copy of application onto my hard-drive. 2. User jarsigner to sign the app 3. Verified with jarsigner that my app is signed properly. 4. Used zipalign to optimize the app resources.
I do not have an icon assigned to myapp but mandatory properties like version etc. have been specified properly.
I had initially developed app using 2.1 version but because of compatability issues with my phone I reverted code to compile on 1.5 and it still doesn't get installed either on AVD or my phone.
My AVD is on 2.1 though and code is compiled with 1.5.
Is there a place where I can see the logs as to why app is not getting installed.
I do some mobile browser testing in the Android web browser through the Android SDK in Linux and I have a couple of questions: Can I run an Android Virtual Device without the entire Android SDK? Can I autostart the web browser when starting an Android Virtual Device/emulator?
I have a galaxy y duos(s6102). I have my internet connection in my pc. i use internet pass through to connect my mobile to the internet. I have a wifi enabled Sony tv too. But i dont have a wifi router. My Question is that can i use my pc's internet connection to my tv through my phones wifi?