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MS Voice Command on MPx220 !GREAT PROGRAM!

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I found the OEM voice recognition software to be lacking on the MPx220. I had just installed MS Voice Commander on my father's Cingular 3125, so I though I would give it a try on my MPx220. AND IT WORKS!!!

First you have to find it on the net somewhere. You can search through Google for "VoiceCommand_SmartPhone_Setup" or if the link is still available, find it HERE

Then simply unzip the program and install it on the MPX220. I chose to install it to the phone rather than the SD card.

I then decided that I want the MS Voice Command to use the same button as the OEM speech Recognition software, specifically because I did not really need access to two different voice recognition software. So in Voice Command Setup I choose "None" for Voice Button and then I made the following registry changes.

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\KeyBd]

"VSCommandLine" = "\Windows\VoiceSignalLauncher.exe"

Change to:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\KeyBd]

"VSCommandLine" = "\Storage\Program Files\Voice Command\voicecmd.exe"

To stop the OEM VoiceSignal speech recognition program from starting when you power-up your phone, delete this file:

\Storage\windows\StartUp\VSTBootStart

This would be perfect for anyone who is using a non-US ROM and is tired of using a British accent to call any of his/her contacts. :) I LOVE VOICE RECOGNITION NOW!!!

Unfortunately, I was unable to get Voice Recognition to work over BT.

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MORE INFORMATION HERE AT MICROSOFTS WEBSITE

What Can I Say? Variations on Commands

Making a call

To make a call to one of your contacts, you can say any of the following commands:

* Call contact name

* Call contact name at home

* Call contact name at work

* Call contact name on mobile

* Call contact name on cell

* Call contact name on cellular

* Call contact name at home two

* Call contact name at car

* Call contact name on radio

* Call contact name on pager

* Call contact name at assistant

* You can say "Call back" to call back the last call that you received.

* You can say "Redial" to call back the last call that you made.

Dialing a number

To dial a number, you might say one of the following commands:

* Dial 7-digit number

* Dial 10-digit number

* Dial 1+10-digits

* Dial N-1-1

Related commands:

* You can say "Call back" to call back the last call that you received.

* You can say "Redial" to call back the last call that you made.

What are my appointments today?

To find out when you have meetings, you might say one of the following commands:

* What are my appointments (today)?

* What are my meetings (today)?

* What's my schedule (today)?

* What's my calendar (today)?

* What's my calendar for today?

What are my appointments tomorrow?

To find out when you have meeting tomorrow, you might say one of the following commands:

* What are my appointments tomorrow?

* What are my meetings tomorrow?

* What's my schedule tomorrow?

* What's my calendar for tomorrow?

While Voice Command is reading your meetings to you, you can press the Voice Command button to interrupt, and then you can say:

* What are my appointments tomorrow?

* What are my meetings tomorrow?

* What's my schedule tomorrow?

* What's my calendar for tomorrow?

What's my next appointment?

To find out when your next appointment is, you might say one of the following commands:

* What's my next meeting?

* What's my next appointment?

Play selection

To play a guided selection, you might say:

* Play music

* Play media

* Play artist

* Play album

* Play genre

To play a direct selection, you might say:

* Play artist name

* Play album name

* Play genre name

* Play everything

To control Microsoft Windows Media player, you can say:

* Play

* Pause

* Stop

* Next

* Previous (track)

* Shuffle on

* Shuffle off

* What song is this?

* What track is this?

Start program name

To start a program, you can say one of the following commands:

* Start program

* Show program

* Open program

Help

To get help with commands from Voice Command, you can say:

* Help

* What can I say?

* What are my choices?

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