Android without auto stopped recognition

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  • #115

    NicholasRome
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    Is there a way to stop Androids from auto-stopping when you stop speaking? I want it to function identically to how it works on iOS.

    #117
    Piotr
    Piotr
    Keymaster

    Hey,
    I am sorry but it’s not supported by Google engine.

    #120

    NicholasRome
    Participant

    Hm, thats unfortunate. Is there at least a way to change how long it takes to turn off?
    I found some properties in here:
    https://developer.android.com/reference/android/speech/RecognizerIntent.html

    But can’t figure out how to access them using the plug ins framework.

    #121
    Piotr
    Piotr
    Keymaster

    I’ve added option to change those parameters, but sadly Google made a big fail about it and it seems those settings stopped working since ICS.
    Take a look at those links:
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15660805/android-extras-about-speech-recognition-does-not-work
    https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/36928328

    I will send unity package on your email with version having option to change those values. Maybe you want to play with it anyway.

    #1416

    AnaisCreateForLife
    Participant

    Hi!

    Is this still a not supported feature on Android? I also would like change how long it takes to turn off

    Thanks

    #1690

    Ahmaad
    Participant

    Hi, Can you please send me the package as I want to give around 40 to 50 seconds to speak. How can I skip “failed during recording” listener so I have to wait for full 40 to 50 seconds at least? Because the “final result” never called when “failed during recording” called.

    #1720
    Piotr
    Piotr
    Keymaster

    Guys, check links I sent above. This issue still seems to be present and Google does not care about it.

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