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"train" and "untrain" on LG phones

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Falky foo, Mar 19, 2005.

  1. Falky foo

    Falky foo Guest

    Hi, just got a vx3200 (had a vx3100 for years). I love the voice dialing
    and recording and so forth, but there's a feature that has me totally
    bewildered. You can "train" the phone to recognize two spoken words: "Yes"
    and "No".. however, I can't for the life of me find out where or how to use
    that in the working of the phone. That is, even though the phone now
    understands when I'm saying yes or no, there's never any opportunity to
    control the phone with the words yes or no! It seems to have no purpose
    whatsoever. The manual, of course, does not explain this function at all.
    Any ideas?
     



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  2. veronica27

    veronica27 Guest

    The words 'yes' and 'no' are used by you when the phone is not sure
    which of two or more similar names you are trying to voice dial. It
    will ask you "Did you say 'Bob Smith', to which you would reply 'yes'
    or 'no'. If you reply 'yes' it will dial; if you reply 'no' it will ask
    you if you said the next closest name...etc.

    Hope this helps


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