censoring swear wordsSupport

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  1. johnnyc418

    johnnyc418 Well-Known Member

    how do you stop it from adding *** to curse words when you enter text by speaking?

  2. skimanb2333

    skimanb2333 Member

    ive nvr had this happen.
  3. ccoager

    ccoager Well-Known Member

    I've noticed this happening also. Is there any settings to disable this?
  4. aptmx

    aptmx Well-Known Member

    Also wondering same thing....
  5. l FiGGiE l

    l FiGGiE l Active Member

    you cant, i believe i read an article almost a year ago that when saying curse words --they updated it so they dont get sued or what not in case someone says DUCK it doesnt say **** thus they censor it no matter if its intentional or not
  6. woop

    woop novacane (OFWGKTA) VIP Member

    In for an answer.
  7. PeanyTech

    PeanyTech Member

  8. gris1016

    gris1016 Member

    does anyone know how to adjust the settings
  9. Ne0nguy

    Ne0nguy New Member

    As far as I can tell this affects all andoid phones with voice to text.

    How Google's Nexus One censors cuss words | Technically Incorrect - CNET News

    There isn't an option to disable it, only ways of circumventing the filter.

    Twitter / Neil Gaiman: For the curious: swear int ...
  10. acidarmitage

    acidarmitage Well-Known Member

    no, the translation goes through google's servers so uncensoring would have to go through google. theres no way to fix it because google themselves has to enter all your curse words.
  11. gris1016

    gris1016 Member

    okay. thanks! I want to be able to text my friend and use voice to text to use curse words if needed. Is there any way to do that?
  12. AJ McKay

    AJ McKay Well-Known Member

    Try a dictionary app. A broader vocabulary will reduce the need for swear words.
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  13. gris1016

    gris1016 Member

    wow thats weak!! My friend skates and i wanted to tell him not to eat s@!t.
  14. Musky

    Musky Well-Known Member

    Won't "Eat poop" do? LOL :D
  15. dnutz11

    dnutz11 New Member

    I just got the droid global 2 on saturday and I found it. Go to settings voice input and output and voice recognition settings
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  16. nkk

    nkk Well-Known Member

    While I agree that swearing in general is overdone and often vulgar, I do think this link has some sort of point.

    WARNING: NSFW. It is a youtube video. Shame on you for wasting your employer's time on youtube and AF. :p


    I know, that is barely relevant. But I thought I would post anyway.

  17. HoochieCoo

    HoochieCoo Well-Known Member

    Well that stinks. Now I'm thinking it would be nice to have an app creatively add swear words. Sometimes I just don't feel like coming up with a stream of words on my own, but feel the message deserves them.
  18. ACD168

    ACD168 Well-Known Member

    you can always, type it.
  19. gris1016

    gris1016 Member

    settings> voice input & output> voice recognizer settings>
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  20. crazydog

    crazydog Well-Known Member

    Gris has got it - I was just about to post the same thing.

    If you follow his breadcrumbs, you can turn off "Block offensive words" and turn down SafeSearch.
  21. Mskgreenel

    Mskgreenel Well-Known Member

    My phone recognizes my favorite word douchelord :) I never cussed into my phone before. It puts #### for my other 4 letter word favorites.
    mikayla likes this.
  22. BetaMan

    BetaMan Well-Known Member

    Here's a novel idea, how about just not using any swear words?

    Just a thought....
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  23. line6ix

    line6ix Active Member

    f**k that s**t!
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  24. carmendiva

    carmendiva Well-Known Member

    one of my new years resolutions is to ease up on cussing haha

    I consider myself trilingual(English & Spanish and swearing ha)
    AndroidRider likes this.
  25. ericDylan

    ericDylan Well-Known Member

    for the few minutes that i had cm7 on my phone i was poking around the settings and there was an option in the voice input section that allowed you to control the filtering (strict moderate or none). I think it is a 2.3 thing and not a CM thing because it was not in the CM settings section. so you may not have to worry about this for much longer...

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