This is a discussion on CAPS using voice-to-text within the Droid RAZR Help forums, part of the Droid RAZR Support Forum category; Hi friends. I searched and thought I found the question, but never found an answer. I know how to insert a "comma", "period", etc. when ...
Hi friends. I searched and thought I found the question, but never found an answer.
I know how to insert a "comma", "period", etc. when using voice-to-text (by just saying those examples), but how can I capitalize words?
Hey Red, I'm thinking there may be NO answer for this? I guess it's probably just me; being too anal but I sent a text to a friend the other day about an upcoming camping trip, using voice recognition and it came out perfect! Except I felt the need to go back and capitalize (first letter) of the campground name, my wife's name, the days of the week, etc., which isn't quick with my tree-trunk fingers
Unfortunately I'm not sure that voice recognition on our phones has gotten to that level just yet. You may be able to add those words to your dictionary using the case that you want. I'm not a big voice to text user yet, but I dabble from time to time.
If I get a moment to try some things out today I will let you know what I find.
Forgot to mention this earlier... if you haven't already done so, make sure that you go into Settings > Voice Input & Output > Voice Recognizer Settings > and make sure that "Personailzed Recognition" is checked. This "should" help improve voice recognition over time as it will learn the way that you speak.
Thanks much Red. "Personalized Recognition" IS checked, I started a dummy text message using all the months of the year, days of the week, and some friend's names. I then capitalized them all and added them to my dictionary. That should help?