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Old February 17th, 2012, 09:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a ZTE Racer (3UK) running Android 2.1. How do I get speech-to-text messaging to work on it? I have installed Google Voice Search. I know that Google Voice Search comes with a keyboard with a voice button on it, but I prefer Swype.

Swype has a Dragon Dictate button on it, but I think that Dragon Dictate is rubbish and that Google Voice Search is much better.

How do I get that little speech-to-text button with a microphone in Messages? Alternatively, how do I change Dragon Dictate to Google Voice Search on the Swype keyboard?

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Coming in on the low end of the Android spectrum, the ZTE Link was unveiled back in February 2010 at the Mobile world Congress and launched on May 6th 2010 in France. A UK version is due out late 2010 renamed as the "ZTE Racer". Some of t... Read More

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