| | Re: Recording Voice Tag for dialling on Nokia 6233
This feature works fearsomely well - but ONLY through a headset.
Direct to the phone, it's utterly useless - the rationale presumably being
that if you have it in your hand, then you can jolly well search contacts
It's a great facility - as long as your handset has good BT implementation -
unfortunately, not a given on S60-3 devices.
Jonathan Quirk" <"jonathan AT quirk DOT force9 DOT co DOT uk wrote:
> On Thu, 09 Nov 2006 09:56:06 -0000, Graham Brooker
> <graham.brooker@NOSPAM.cwcom.net> wrote:
>> I have just bought a Nokia 6233 phone (UK T-mobile) and cannot use
>> voice tag
>> dialling on my car hands free because there appears to be no way of
>> recording your own tags. Is there any way of deleting the automatic
>> text to
>> speech voice tags and recording your own as this feature is useless
>> as none
>> of the tags sound anything like the names.
> Yuo do not need to record tags with this phone. Just press the right
> hand soft key (above the end call key) or the button on your
> handsfree, if applicable. At the tone speak the name you want, as it
> appears in the contacts list. Professor Steven Hawking will read back
> what the phone thinks you said and then dial the number assigned to
> that name. Some other functions are available eg: radio on/ radio off
> as well.