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Old July 24th, 2012, 01:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there any way we can get the new google search on a rom or even on just rooted? Thanks

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Old July 24th, 2012, 09:37 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thank you. Can you help me, do I do the instructions on my phone or on the computer with my phone plugged in?
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On your phone, which needs to be rooted.
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Cool thanks. I'll give it a try now
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did it work? Do you just flash it?
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Just so you guys know, the voice search is fully working now for the jelly bean voice search. It talks back to you and everything like it's supposed to.
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Just so you guys know, the voice search is fully working now for the jelly bean voice search. It talks back to you and everything like it's supposed to.
I haven't gotten it to actually talk back to me. I have it installed working, but no voice. Can you help?
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Did you copy all the libs, system apps and that srec folder?
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It's working for me, but it's kind of annoying that the voice search in the Google Now app doesn't work. You have to exit back to the home screen and use the regular Google widget every time you want to search something.
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It's working for me, but it's kind of annoying that the voice search in the Google Now app doesn't work. You have to exit back to the home screen and use the regular Google widget every time you want to search something.
Mine works....

Did you reboot before using?
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Yea working great for me
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Mine works....

Did you reboot before using?
Yeah. I click the mic within the Google Now app and it just says "Sorry, didn't catch that". I'm gonna try wiping the cache+dalvik and see if that does anything
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Nope, still not working. Are you sure you guys are getting the mic WITHIN the Google Now app to work?
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Nope, still not working. Are you sure you guys are getting the mic WITHIN the Google Now app to work?
Yup. Flashes red around the mic every time I do a voice search. I'm using the native voice search function, not the work around app that someone made.
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I just used speech to text on my keyboard and realized we now have offline TTS. Woot!
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This is awesome I love cool new updates I used root explorer to install both search quick box & voice! Nice find bro
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I just used speech to text on my keyboard and realized we now have offline TTS. Woot!
The search works but it is not talking back to me..any ideas? I used the flashable zip
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Did you check the voice settings and make sure Voice output is on "always" instead of just hands free?
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Works great if you install all of the files correctly, do a barrel roll works now lol, also when the google now screen is up and you say "google" voice search will automatically start. Very nice.
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The search works but it is not talking back to me..any ideas? I used the flashable zip
It isn't a flashable zip. The op isnt updated, you have to go through the last few pages to get the right files and know where to put them.
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It isn't a flashable zip. The op isnt updated, you have to go through the last few pages to get the right files and know where to put them.
Yes but someone made a flashable zip. Ok, yeah I tried reading through the last few pages but wasn't clear on what they were instructing to do with the zips. Do you extract on the computer then move them to the phone?

..NM think I got it..will report back if voice back is fixed for me
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Do these instructions help? xda-developers - View Single Post - The Google Now for ICS Project. [UPDATE 7/19][VOICE WORKAROUND][APK AND ZIP]
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EXTRACT FILES AND ADD THEM THIS IS NOT FLASHABLE
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Thank you very much lenny_kano it worked for me perfectly. You are a great developer! I am now very happy to have a fully functioning google now! Everything works on my HTC sensation sense 4 Vipers 1.1.
For those of you who were unable to make it work, if you just put only the Velvet apk in system/app it force closes. Follow this step and hope it works for you until someone can prepare a flashable zip.
I followed the following steps and it worked for me and do not forget to backup before you start.
Download LennoxPackage.zip from LennoxPackage.zip from post # 2370.
Then download and replace the Velvet file in the LennoxPackage.zip from post # 2425 link Velvet2.apk
Set permission for Velvet file as rwrr (there is no need to rename the velvet file though).
Extract the lib files from the LennoxPackage.zip and paste to system/lib. Similarly copy and paste usr/srec from the LennoxPackage.zip to system/usr/srec .
Reboot and enjoy.
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Yes thanks I did come across those shortly before you posted. I have tried that way and flashable zip..everything works EXCEPT voice back I'm on midnight rom. Maybe I will start completely from scratch later and try it again.

Do you change any permissions for the TTS file?
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Yeah didnt see that someone made a flashable zip. I already installed it manually, which I prefer so I know exactly which files are going where.
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Yes thanks I did come across those shortly before you posted. I have tried that way and flashable zip..everything works EXCEPT voice back I'm on midnight rom. Maybe I will start completely from scratch later and try it again.
I'm using midnight rom and it talks back...
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Im on midnight rom as well, flawless.
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Yeah didnt see that someone made a flashable zip. I already installed it manually, which I prefer so I know exactly which files are going where.
I tried it both ways..doesnt talk back
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Flashable worked but then not too long ago it went nuts and everything google started force closing repeatedly. Going back to my pre-flashing it backup.
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Flashable worked but then not too long ago it went nuts and everything google started force closing repeatedly. Going back to my pre-flashing it backup.
That happened to me and a reboot fixed it. Hasn't happened since and that was hours ago.
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Google play etc. working since then? I rebooted and it started in again. I thought it might be something with the flashable version which is why I bailed and went back. That's WHY I made sure to make a backup before doing it :^)
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Google play etc. working since then? I rebooted and it started in again. I thought it might be something with the flashable version which is why I bailed and went back. That's WHY I made sure to make a backup before doing it :^)
Yes everything works.
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Anyone else that used the flashed version see this? If not then maybe I got a bad flash on mine.
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Ok, wiped everything, clean install midnight rom followed by flashable zip and everything is good now..I wonder if it was Chad's latest kernel (qualcom 3.0)? What kernel are you guys using?
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I think I'm still on 2.7 I have my phone set up the way I want it and I don't want to wipe everything to install the newest build of midnight rom
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You can usually just wipe cache and dalvik and flash the newer build
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Ok I wasn't sure thanks.
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Yeah I installed all the libs and everything, everything works but voiceback. MeanROM for me.
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Couldn't get voice to work either..tried several different things..everything works but voice..tired now maybe tommorow
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yeah mine doesnt talk back to me either, which is perfect because thatd be annoying.
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Couldn't get voice to work either..tried several different things..everything works but voice..tired now maybe tommorow
I had to start fresh, even threw a super wipe in there..install Rom , flash google zip
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Fixed my voiceback issue, I just had to clear data for Google Search and the lady started talking to me
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If the app doesn't talk back to you, try to turn the media volume up in the settings app
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Sorry to resurrect this old thread, but I found this article on Reddit:

Google Now with Voice Search Finally Working on ICS – xda-developers

It could work for us! I tried, but couldn't understand the installation process (urg)

What do the devs think?
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I tried it and all I get is "Initializing" then immediately "Didn't catch that. Try speaking again"
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Check my post earlier #24 it has the instructions to get google now and voice to work, you need to use a file manager to add different files to different parts of the system folder. I'm pretty sure everyone that has followed those instructions to the letter got it working. Make sure you clear the cache and defaults for Voice Search and Google search. Also change the name of GoogleQuickSearchBox.apk to GoogleQuickSearchBox.apk.bak its in system/app.
Reboot when everything is installed.
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Old August 7th, 2012, 10:39 AM   #50 (permalink)
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Or you could use the flashable zip
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