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you need to choose a computer voice instead of a human voice. go to change preference->voice...
in the voice selection menu, it will tell you this voice is computer
male or human female, make sure you pick a computer one, then it will
read the street name
Goto your address book, click on the contact you wish to add a custom ringtone to. Press the menu key to select "edit contact." Once you are in the edit mode, click the menu button again and select "add custom ringtone. You can click the present ringtone to bring up the browse slection. From there you can find your bluetoothed ringtone.
I can tell you that if you have pictures on them they have to be put into a specific folder to view on the phone. The easiest thing to do is format the card on your computer. After I did that the sidekick had no problems reading mine. If you ever add photos to the card from an outside source such as usb cable make sure you put the pictures in the exact same folder the sidekick camera puts them in.
Go into the Media icon. Hit the BlackBerry® (menu) button and select ‘Explore’. Select‘device memory/home/user/voice notes’. Highlight the voice note and hit the menu button. Select‘Copy’. Hit ‘Up’ twice. Highlight the ringtones folder. Hit the menu button and click on ‘Copy Into’.
If the voice note is stored on the media card:
Go into the Media icon. Hit the BlackBerry® (menu) button and select ‘Explore’. Select‘Media Card/BlackBerry®/voice notes’. Highlight the voice note and hit the menu button. Select‘Copy’. Hit ‘Up’ twice. Highlight the ringtones folder. Hit the menu button and click on ‘Copy Into’.
Now the voice note will be available as a ringtone and can be assigned to a specific individual.
The answer is to turn off the virus checker which stops the voice tag fundtion working. This can be found in start >i btmobile securty. Click on the virus check icon and turn it off - you will then find the voice tag function works. You have to leave the virus checker off which isn't idea and I implore HTC to find a fix for this asap.
its a common problem with voice commanders...as one cannot expect a low end processing device to process your voice with 100% accuracy...even the best of best voice processors that run on high end computers are about 80-90% accurate...I suggest you reinstall the voice commander and re-create the voice tags...