Question about Motorola Mobility E815
The Motorola E815 and most any other voice capable Motorola phone does not need prerecorded messages for voice dialing, since voice dialing uses true voice phonic recognition.
Press and release the second side button down from the tip of the antenna. You should hear a tone and voice prompt, "Say a command". Respond by saying "Call" and the name you typed for your contact. If you have a short contact list, you hear a message about the call being placed. If multiple contacts are chosen as possible matches, you will be prompted with "Did you say [contact name]?" for each possible match in order of likeliness. Of course, you would answer "yes" or "no".
Note that the E815 phones are bad for voice dialing suddenly no longer working. After pressing the voice button, you'll get a beep, but no prompt. If a reboot doesn't fix this problem, it will likely be permanent.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
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Posted on Apr 25, 2008
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