1. thomaswheeler's Avatar
    I have an S21. It sounds really insignificant, but the problem of voice to text adding "oh," to texts has driven Android users insane for years - myself included. "I'm so sorry to hear about your Mom, oh, but hopefully she improves." I'm not alone in this as I've seen posts elsewhere. It's a glitch, probably with Google on Android, but not sure. The fix proposed in Reddit was to select English in settings, but many users reported this doesn't work, including me. What does work for me, after testing like 20 of the same sentences in different ways, is to change my dictation. I could reproduce the problem by pausing after the first part of the sentence, and then adding "comma" as I started the next part of the sentence. It's the pause with "comma" after that = oh, Unfortunately this means changing dictation habits. Anyone come up with a digital solution ? Thanks
    Kizzy Catwoman likes this.
    11-08-2021 03:39 PM
  2. Thomas_George's Avatar
    There are two built-in voice-to-text apps on your phone: Samsung voice input and Google voice typing.
    So, change to another one and then try again.
    11-14-2021 09:28 PM

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