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Old January 20th, 2013, 10:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Using Voice while Driving

I think Google voice recognition is the single greatest feature of any smartphone on the market today. So accurate and so quick. However, I am unable to use it when I would want to the most: while driving. When my phone is connected to my car's Bluetooth system, Google Voice fails to initialize. As soon as I turn off Bluetooth, it activates.

Why is that and what can I do to defeat this behavior or work around it? I want to be able to speak to my phone AND connect it to my car via Bluetooth.

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Had this same issue myself. I usually use a BT Speakerphone on my visor and I've just come to understand that it isn't gonna work. I don't know if newer units are better with it, since mine is a couple years old. I had a newer one, but can't remember where I put it lol. If you find a good solution though, lemme know.
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