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@Voice did not use Google, Thailand, th-th-x-mol-network voice on Samsung Galaxy

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2019/03/07 07:46:35 (permalink)

@Voice did not use Google, Thailand, th-th-x-mol-network voice on Samsung Galaxy

Hi,
 
I just installed @Voice on Samsung Galaxy and I did set all settings as same as my old Xiaomi.
I always used Google, Thailand, th-th-x-mol-network voice but its speech sounded like local voice on Samsung Galaxy S10.

P.S. Samsung Galaxy came with build-in Samsung text-to-speech engine and Google text-to-speech engine.
 
Thank you.

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    Re: @Voice did not use Google, Thailand, th-th-x-mol-network voice on Samsung Galaxy 2019/03/07 14:11:37 (permalink)
    I'm not sure what goes wrong, but please try this: Please press the round button with up arrow near bottom-right, then press the “Change voice or language” button. On the next screen, make sure that the selection on top says "Use our voice manager". If it says "Use only the system default voice", change it to "Use our Voice Manager". Then below select the language and voice you like, and press "Use selected voice" button at bottom right (on some devices you may need to scroll the screen up to see that button).
     
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    Re: @Voice did not use Google, Thailand, th-th-x-mol-network voice on Samsung Galaxy 2019/03/11 20:17:02 (permalink)
    I have done it. It seem not about Xiaomi or Samsung because both phones speech local voice and network voice randomly with the same article.

    I have back to use Chrome plugin for network voice instead. -__-"
    post edited by Sorawut - 2019/03/11 20:47:36
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    Re: @Voice did not use Google, Thailand, th-th-x-mol-network voice on Samsung Galaxy 2019/03/12 20:43:40 (permalink)
    I found a solution. I have to rollback Google Text-to-Speech to previous version. It works as it was now. :D
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    Re: @Voice did not use Google, Thailand, th-th-x-mol-network voice on Samsung Galaxy 2019/03/13 04:54:06 (permalink)
    This is really strange, I have not heard any other comments about problems with the latest Google TTS. Maybe simply Google TTS the latest version got somehow damaged on your device, uninstalling the update and installing older version simply fixed that. It could be that now even updating to the latest will work fine, but I cannot tell for sure, these are only my guesses.
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    Re: @Voice did not use Google, Thailand, th-th-x-mol-network voice on Samsung Galaxy 2019/03/13 10:37:11 (permalink)
    To clarify, my Samsung came with pre-installed Google Text-to-Speech. So I did not install old version.

    Maybe the issue happen only with Thai network voice and most of Thai people used local voice for saving mobile data. :P
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