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  1. dragon123

    dragon123 Member This Topic's Starter

    Sep 2, 2010
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    i installed talk to me for my android 2.1 htc wildfire. Ive installed the additional packages required like tts extended 3.0 etc.. i also purchased voice from svox. I set the settings in the tts extended to unchecked in the Always use my settings.. set default engine to Svox. i see the languages i purchasesd in the language setting.

    whenever i try to translate a word it does it fine but when i want it to speak the translated language it keeps telling me i need to buy the language and its missing, even though i have purchased it and installed it.

    Any ideas??

  2. RyanB

    RyanB Guest

    I can't offer much help as I've never used it. That being said, have you emailed the developer?
  3. Maris

    Maris Well-Known Member

    Jun 1, 2010
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    I just tried this app myself yesterday. It seems to require a lot of additional software in order to work. Fortunately, I already had the TTS extended on my phone, but I did have to also download the svox Classic text-to-speech engine (free), and while I was at it, I went ahead and purchased the English-USA add-on package so I could also use the nicer voices with my Navigation.

    Before it worked completely, I had to choose svox classic as the default speech engine in both the TTS extended and the usual TTS located in settings under Voice Input and Output. Once I figured it needed the default set in both places, it worked.

    I ended up dumping the original talk to me app because I liked Google Translate better, but I kept the svox and language pack because it is great not to have such a robotic voice for my other apps that use speech, especially the Google Navigation app.

    I have a Nexus One so I don't know if your Wildfire has the same settings set-up. Hopefully it will help you to get yours to work.

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