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Ihave a pioneer avic d-3 cannot get voice recognition to work says it is on but nothing happens when I talk into it

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  • funkyye Aug 08, 2008

    my pioneer avic d-3 says preparing voice dail then it keeps going from voice dail on to preparing voice dail when its on I talk into it but nothing happens

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Sir,

Install and use separate voice recognition software. It will be works.....You can find at internet or at manufacturer site. Try it....


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Check if voice recognition had been activated from menu.Try using the option reset phone settings from phone menu

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