Android :: No Voice To Speech

Jul 28, 2010

I just recently bought the Galaxy S. It's gorgeous but I have a problem: I can't get the speech-to-text function working. No little microphone next to the google search. I downloaded BabelFish and the voice to text function isn't working either ("not available on the phone").

Android :: No voice to speech


Android : Use Text To Speech On A Voice Call?

Nov 17, 2010

it possible to use the text-to-speech engine to send a message through a voice call? Like an answering machine. It's also possible to monitor an outgoing voice call to read out loud a text when the other point answers the phone?

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Motorola Droid :: Google Voice Navigation Speech Rate Way Too Fast

Dec 29, 2009

It seems as though ever since the ots update my google voice navigation hasn't been working properly. The speech is way too fast to even Understand.

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Android :: Parameterize Speech Recognition - Speech.action.recognition Speech - Does Not Do Anything

Aug 2, 2009

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/

CODE:............

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.

How to properly control the speech recognizer?

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Android : Voice Dialer For Android - Better Speech Libraries Available?

Jan 26, 2010

Since being forced to update my Android HTC Magic (on Rogers), we now have the new sense ui interface.

Some may have noticed that the voice dialer is missing. The solution is to download "TopVoiceControl" (plus the TTS engine). There are some improvements to this almost identical app (compared to the non-sense ui version). However, the TTS voice is really-really bad! It is just a marginal improvement over the SAM voice from the Atari / Commodore 64 days! Yes, it is that bad!

Furthermore, if you say, "Dial 459 2291" instead of LOGICALLY reading that back properly, the TTS engine reads it as "Dialing 4 million 590 thousand and 2 hundred and 91" Stupid!

Besides not reading the numbers back properly, is there any better speech libraries available? This is embarrassingly laughable compared to the iPhone, Palm, and Blackberry. The Android is a superphone?
Before you shoot me down as nitpicking this TTS feature is an important feature when you need hands free. This is also a feature that is been offered on many phones (smart or not) and with superior quality (compared to Android) for more than five years now.

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General :: Limit Time Speech Recognizer Listens For Speech For X Number Of Seconds

Apr 4, 2012

I am developing an app that uses the speech recognizer but I only want the speech recognizer to listen for speech for x number of seconds regardless of when the last speech input was or was not recognized. I looked through the speech recognizer documentation and I didn't see parameter to set the exact time the speech recognizer runs for. How I could accomplish this?

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Android :: Edwin - Speech-to-Speech

Jul 24, 2010

I just found this new Speech-to-Speech program for Android called Edwin. It's pretty awesome!! You simply say or ask it a question and it will reply to you with the proper response.

Here's the link to more info and a video demo:Android Zoom - Edwin, Speech-to-Speech

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HTC Incredible :: Edwin - Impressive Speech-to-speech App

Jul 25, 2010

I just found a very cool app called Edwin, Speech-to-Speech in appbrain installed and must say its makes you feel like you have truly a SMART phone. asked it weather, time, open app, spell a word, definition of word etc etc and it spoke it everytime, tried to stump it with weather in hong kong and it told me! anyway it takes voice command to a very big next level.

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Motorola Droid :: Speech To Text & Text To Speech

Nov 17, 2009

I would like to be able to say an email or text message to myself or my wife sometimes. When I hold down the input field I get an input choice menu but the only option there is the Android Keyboard.Am I doing it wrong?What am I missing? I would also like to have it read emails to me, and word docs (or just .txt).I have a Kindle but my phone is a little more convenient for something I would rather read in bits and pieces while walking to and fro the car or whatever.

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Android :: Speech To Sms

May 6, 2009

What im looking for is a way to open the app and speak what i want to text someone. Does this exist? i know they have the vocal google search so im thinking this could be doable.

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Android :: Voice Navigation Control Phone By Voice Recognition

Nov 14, 2010

I'm sure its been discussed and all but I think that the voice recognition software is capable of being much more advanced.There should be a way to just give your phone a voice command without having to manually open an app. It probably would have to be running in the background the whole time, analyzing everything it hears, so it may use a lot of battery and cpu.therefore it may be easier to have a starter phrase to tell it to listen more carefully. for example: say the said app is running in the background,listening to every noise, but it wouldn't begin to really analyize until you say something like; "hey, phone!" or "yo, droid!" (or whatever tag phrase). I don't know what would have to go into an app like that for it to work but hey, if an app like that was designed, then I think the android would be a really smart smartphone. In the end thanks for all the awesome apps you guys are already developing. be sure to tell me when someone develops something like that though.

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Android :: Any Lag Between Call And Voice Mail Notification When Using Google Voice?

May 27, 2010

Compared to say Verizon's voice mail is there any lag between the call and voice mail notification when using Google Voice?

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Android : App To Record Calls (my Voice Only) / Take Voice Notes During Call?

Jul 8, 2010

I'm looking for an app. that will allow me to record calls(my voice only) or take voice notes during a call. I've tried a few but it seems neither of them works on android 2.2.

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Android :: Speech To Text Api

Mar 1, 2009

since android now has speech to text search, anyone know if the API is available to the developers?

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Android :: Speech To Text App

Oct 13, 2010

i want to create speech to text app in android. can anybody tell me about its possiblity.thank you

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Android :: Text To Speech Unfunctional

Jun 7, 2010

we have ported android 2.1 on one of our custom board.I was checking Text to speech functionality on it.I click Settings->Text to Speech.it gives n new screen All options other than "Install voice data" is greyed out.When I click on install voice data.it says "The application Pico TTS has stoppped unexpectedly. PLease try again ".Can anyone point me what is the issue or how to install voice data on my board having eclair 2.1.

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Android :: Application For Speech Recognition In 1.5

Jul 7, 2009

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.

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Android :: Is Speech Recognition Only Available For English?

Dec 10, 2009

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?

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Android :: Speech Codec Support

Jul 15, 2009

I was wondering what kind of Audio/Speech Codecs are available for the 1.5 SDK? Are there any Open Source projects working on this?

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Android :: Speech To Text Conversion

Sep 4, 2010

i want to develop apps based on speech to text conversion.can you please share your suggestions and how to develop this app.

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Android :: Speech - How Can You Read Text?

Jul 21, 2009

How can you read data, i.e. convert simple text strings to voice (speech) in Android? Is there an API where I can do something like this: TextToVoice speaker = new TextToVoice();speaker.Speak("Hello World");

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Android :: Webpage Text To Speech?

Jul 19, 2010

I am looking for an app or trick to get text to speech to read a webpage audibly.There are several apps that read SMS messages and email. But I've been unable to find any that read webpages.

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Android :: Text To Speech Library

Aug 10, 2009

is there any text to speech library in 1.5? if so where is it? how can we use it? Gaulle<http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/c/charles_de_gaulle.html>- "The better I get to know men, the more I find myself loving dogs."

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Android :: Available Languages For Speech Recognition

May 6, 2010

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?).

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Android : Speech To Text App Like - The Button

Aug 2, 2010

One of the new phones has "the button" for instant select sender then speech to text. Big hands little kbd / dang near blind = fail. Is there an app that does the same for my Hero and will it speak my messages back to me. Sure would make my life easier.

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Android : Way To Import GPX / KML With Text To Speech?

Apr 28, 2010

I'm cycling with friends of me (organized rides). but I still want to cycle those roads again. I record the track everytime with Cardiotrainer and I can export those workouts to an GPX or KML file. Is there a program were I can import the GPX or KML file and that program exports audio as "within 100 meters go left". A sort of GPS navigation but with audio export and the possibility to imort an GPX and/or KML file. It is necessary that the program can say it in audio and not only text because my Nexus One will be in my backpack.

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Android : Speech To Text Email App

May 31, 2010

I'd like an email app which supports/provides speech to text. Any ideas? I use handcent for IM and it has such a function. but I don't think the stock email client app on the Hero supports speech to text.Any ideas?

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Android : SMS App With Text To Speech Via Bluetooth

Apr 19, 2010

I've done a lot of searching for this & haven't found a good solution. Please forgive me if it's already posted, I've really tried to find it!I have a G1, and a Motorola bluetooth headset. I am searching for an app that will speak incoming text messages out loud, both through speaker and bluetooth. Voice-to-text for replies would be a nice bonus but not mandatory.I've tried drivesafe.ly and it does work with the native Android messaging to read texts out loud, but it's speaker-only and will not work with bluetooth headsets. Also, there's no reply via speech-to-text. It also won't recognize or work with Handcent or other messaging programs at all.I am currently trying Handcent, and while I like a lot of the features, it doesn't seem to have any bluetooth support. Also, it doesn't seem automatically speak texts upon receipt although I've seen posts saying it will? There is a button you can click upon receiving an incoming SMS message popup, but by the time you look down & find the button to click it to "read" the text out loud it's kind of pointless. And the voice recognition for speech-to-text is really wonky, but if the rest of it worked (automatically reading messages out loud, and through bluetooth headsets).It seems like it would be such a commonly used app. Is there a good SMS program with these features?

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Android : Turning Off Text To Speech

Sep 7, 2010

I'm looking for a way to turn off Pico Text to Speach. I have an HTC Evo, and when I use navigation, I get the voice directions. My wife's phone is a HTC Hero, and she doesn't have Pico TTS installed. When she uses navigation, she get the "old school" tones. That is what I want! Any suggestions as to how to do this (hopefully without having to root the phone).

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Android : Convert A Xml Page To Speech?

Jul 22, 2010

I have an XML page which m able to display on webview and also able to convert it to sppech by using text to speech API provided by android.

I have stored that XML page in a string variable and hence able to convert it to speech which takes string variable as an input. But my problem is that if the xml has some href tags or imgsrc tags those are also read out by TTs.

Can u please tell me how to overcome this? I jst want the text part which is displayed in webview to be read out not the image URL or something else.

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