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Re: Voice Dialing Issues
I am sad to say that the voice recognition failure is permanent on most of the E815 phones. Your phone will likely never support voice dialing again, even though the cause remains unknown.
I too had the peculiar problem of pressing the voice button and hearing a beep, but no voice prompt ("Say a command"). When I researched the issue, I found a plethera of similar problem reports. Very few reported recovery after simply restarting the phone. I even found one report of Motorola tech support giving up and instructing the owner of the phone to have it replaced.
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To turn off your voice mail automatically, turn off your phone and turn it back on after 5 minutes, then you enter ##002# and press the green/dial button, it will automatically deactivate the voice mail from the phone. Then test it by dialing the number of the phone from another phone to see if it will go to the voice mail or it will ring normally. I trust it will ring normally after doing the ##002# and dial voice mail reset.
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Voice dialing is enabled by default on the Intensity. All you have to do to use it (assuming you have at least one contact saved) is press the voice dialing button on the upper right side of the phone (near the camera) and on the menu that pops up, select Call (option #1). Then say the contact name you want to call -- for example, "Call Michael." You may have to confirm your selection, depending on your settings, and then the phone will dial the number you have saved for Michael.
It is confusing and took me a while to find the answer.
On the left side of the phone there are three buttons. The two near the top control the volume. The third one is used to activate Voice Dialing. Press it and you should hear: "Please say the name".
Follow the prompts of your voice dialing service, first which means that you need to run the set up of this feature. Each number can be assigned a voice dialing option, which the phone must be trained to recognize.
If you have created a voice name in Contacts for the number you want to call, say the voice name into your handset to enter the number.You can use a voice name to enter a handset number with the flip open or closed.
1. Press and hold t until a prompt appears telling you to say the voice name. 2. Speaking into the microphone, say the voice name assigned to the number you want to call.
Your handset plays the name back to you. If you are making a Private call, press and hold the PTT button to place the call.
If you are making a phone call, the call is placed automatically. (Tip: To stop a phone call from being completed, press . if the flip is closed or press e.)
You should be able to add a voice tag while editing the contact. You may also be able to simply activate voice dialing and press the voice dial button and say the name of the person and it will automatically dial for you. Try doing that.
the problem where your voice dialing button on the side is depressing by itself, it either has liquid or the key itself is getting stuck , take a flat screwdriver n file the edges of the place where it houses the voice dialing button, if still persists, u need to clean the liquid off the flexi that houses the voice dialing button. need more help msg me.
Here is a link for your phone at motorola. If you cannot get there by just clicking the link, then copy and paste. http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/e815VZW_9491A79O.pdf Or just copy and paste the main www.motorola.com
If you have the v3xx, it has speech recognition built in, you just press the voice dial key on the right side of the phone and say "name dial", then say the name of the address book entry you want to dial. The speech recognition matches up with your address book entries and repeats the name back to you. If you have multiple entries, it asks "which one". It's very cool and mine works very well. I was going through the same frustration you mention, looking for a way to add a "voice tag" to an address book entry like my old phone, but this is way cooler! Hope this is the fix for yours as well, good luck!