Allow microphone from the Sound Settings
* At the bottom right corner of the windows menu Right Tick on the Sound Settings Icon.
* Scroll up and choose Recording Devices.
* Tick on Recording.
* If there are devices listed Right.Then click on the desired device.
* Choose to allow.
1. From some Home screen, tap the Apps icon.
2. Go to Settings.
3. Then tap General management.
4. Go to Language & input.
5. Under ‘Speech,’ tap the Text-to-speech menu.
6. Choose the desired TTS engine: Samsung text-to-speech engine.
7. Then to the desired search engine, tap the Settings icon.
8. Then tap Install voice data.
Set Voice Input On / Off – Android
* From a Home screen, drive: Apps icon > Settings then tap ‘Language & input’ either ‘Language & keyboard’.
* From the Default keyboard, then tap Google Keyboard or Gboard.
* Then tap Preferences.
* Then tap the Voice input key switch to turn on or off
Handle Google Voice Typing to Enter Text. While entering text, move down from the top of the screen to open the notification panel, then tap Select keyboard > Google voice typing.
Touch and hold Settings on the Samsung keyboard, then tap Voice input. Speak into the mic and watch your text being entered.
Make Sure That Microphone Is un Muted. A different reason for a ‘microphone problem’ is that it is muted or the volume set to a minimum.
To check, right-click the speaker icon in the Taskbar and then select “Recording devices”. Choose the microphone (your recording device) and click “Properties”.
If your mic is in sleep mode:
* Say Wake Up or Convert microphone on.
* Click the icon in the menu bar and then select Turn Microphone On.
* Tick the microphone icon in the Status Window (this will turn the microphone on).
* Then press the keyboard shortcut to toggle the microphone (default is F11).
How to Send Text Messages By Speech-to-Text On Android phone
Level 1 – Open your Messaging App. In your messaging app, then Tap the compose field and the SWYPE keyboard should appear.
Level 2 – Speak! A new small box should appear labeled Speak now.
Level 3 – Verify and Send. Make sure that your message was entered accurately, and then Tap the Send button.
To set up voice commands, go to the Settings option, then Accessibility. Tick the Text-to-speech setting. Then, enable or choose which text-to-speech menus you want your phone to use as a default.
How to allow Speak Auto-text
1. Launch the Settings option from your Home screen.
2. Then tap General. Tap Accessibility.
3. Then tap Speech.
4. Then tap Typing Feedback.
5. Tap the switch next to Speak Autotext
This simple move could help increase the volume. Simply click on the Settings app on your phone and scroll down to the Sound and vibration section.
Draining on that option will bring up more options including a Sound selection. Then you’ll see many sliders to control volume for many aspects of your phone.
Start the Google app. In the top left corner of the page, move the Menu icon. Then tap Settings > go to the "Voice" option> “OK Google“ Detection. From here, you can decide when you want your phone to listen when you say “Ok Google.”
Boost Volume With a Phone Volume Booster App
* Go to the Settings option and tap Apps & notifications.
* Click See all [X] apps, with “X” being your number of apps.
* Then tap the down arrow to the right of All apps, then choose * * Show system from the drop-down.
* Scroll till you see your equalizer, then tap it.
* On the next Screen hit Disable.
To assure that this feature is active, obey these steps:
1. At the Home screen, move the Apps icon.
2. Open the Settings.
3. Select Language & Input. This command may be title Input & Language on any phone.
4. Assure that the item Google Voice Typing has a checkmark. If not, then touch that item to activate Google Voice Typing.
To access Voice to Text (also called Voice Recognition/Text to speech/Voice Input) follow the steps below.
* Start the SwiftKey Keyboard in the desired app.
* Long press the comma/microphone button to the left of the spacebar and then speak the desired words on the phone.
1. On the Home screen,
2. tap Applications. Tap the Settings option.
3. then tap Language & input.
4. Under ‘Speech,’ tap Text-to-speech.
5. Choose the desired TTS engine: Samsung text-to-speech engine. then go to the Google Text-to-speech Engine.
6. Tap the Settings option.
7. Then tap Install voice data.
8. Next to the desired language, tap the Download Button.
Use it to troubleshoot microphone difficulties.
* Under Windows, search for and open Control Panel your windows.
* Click on Troubleshooting.
* In Hardware and Sound, click on Troubleshoot audio recording.
* The Sound troubleshooter starts.
* Choose the device you want to troubleshoot, and then click Next.
To verify that your microphone works in Windows XP, attend these steps:
1. Plugin the mic all nice and snug.
2. Start the Control Panel’s Sounds and Audio Devices icon.
3. Tick the Voice tab.
4. Tick the Test Hardware button.
5. Tick the Next button.
6. Speak into the microphone to examine the volume.
Open the Home screen and tap “Settings.” In the pane that appears, find the Privacy button. Tap it and then tap the “Microphone” button to show the list of the apps that have requested access to the phone’s microphone.
Scroll down to locate Language and input, then tap it. Check the box on the left side of Google voice typing to allow this option. Allow this option will make the Microphone button available on your Samsung keyboard and vice-versa.
Now, open an app that wants you to use a keyboard, such as the Messaging app.
On July 29, 2015, Microsoft officially began publishing its latest operating system, Windows 10. According to Microsoft, Windows 10 will be open as a free upgrade for qualified and genuine Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 devices. Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 is carried on the latest Windows 10
Switch off your microphone in the “Recording Control” dialog box. Double-click the “Sounds and Audio Devices” icon and operate to the “Audio” tab. Tick “Volume” under the “Sound Recording” pane, then click the box next to the word “Mute” under “Mic Volume” in the “Recording Control” dialog box.
Go to Settings option > General > Keyboards > Enable Dictation and make assured it’s ON. Examine your Voice-to-text feature as it should be working now. If the issue persists go to Settings option > General> Software Updates and make sure your iPhone is running the latest iOS version.
Go through the following steps:
* Open Messaging application.
* Generate a new message to the contact.
* Then tap the paperclip icon.
* Then tap Record audio (some devices will list this as Record voice)
* Tap the Record button on your voice recorder (again, this will differ) and record your message.
* When finished recording, then finally tap the Stop button.
1. Call 101 rather than hold down the 1 key on your Telstra mobile.
2. You’ll hear any new voice messages first and then be directed to the MessageBank® main (principal) menu.
3. Press 3 to ‘Mailbox Setup’
4. Press 1 to ‘Greetings’
5. Press 1 to re-record your fresh personal greeting.
* On the Home screen, swipe up on a clear spot to open the Apps tray.
* Tap Settings option > General management > Language & input > Text-to-speech.
* Pass the Speech Rate slider to adjust how fast the text will be spoken.
* Tap the Settings next to the desired TTS engine (Samsung or Google).
Touch and hold Options on the Samsung keyboard, and then click Google voice typing. Speak into the microphone and then watch your text being entered onscreen.
To check the microphone on your phone. On the Galaxy S5, this is the little hole towards the bottom of your handset.