Android :: Voice Recognition Activity Called In OnCreate Method / Causes App To Load Slowly

Oct 1, 2010

In my android app I call the voice recognition in my onCreate method of my startup activity. I have made it a preference to start up with the voice control or not. However, the app takes about 5-7 seconds to load when voice recognition is on. When it is off, the app starts almost instantly. Below is sample code, I have added Free_Form, max_results 1, and a custom prompt to mine.Why would calling the normal android speech recognition take sooo long to load in my OnCreate method?

Android :: Voice Recognition activity called in onCreate method / causes app to load slowly


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