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Holding Search Button for Google Voice Gives "Connection Problem"

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by spectrrr, Nov 27, 2009.

  1. spectrrr

    spectrrr Well-Known Member
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    Since the last thread someone started with this subject, ehh, *AHEM* degenerated into a pointless argument between 3 year olds who can't read a thread title about the iphone versus the droid development quality, I will start a new one. Kindly keep this one on topic people, I don't give a shit who's iDick is bigger, or which company is the bigger phail, I and most of the people here have a Droid right now and it has a rather annoying problem that many of us would like a fruitful discussion towards its solution!

    Threat title says it all, and I think many of you have seen it. There sees to be three varieties of the error, and I have personally observed all three of them on my phone.

    1) Connection problem box, BUT voice seach continues runningi n the background. just speak normally and ignor the error and it will work fine.

    2) Connection problem box, voice search does not run, rety 1-4 times and it will work eventually.

    3) Connection problem box, 15+ retries and it will not work. Rebooting the phone soves the problem.

    So, anyone have any ideas?

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  2. bthoward

    bthoward Well-Known Member

    Your post was just as childish as that which you're trying to downplay... But if you want a cool collected explanation as to how to fix your problem... Try embracing the open source way.... Submit a bug report. Tell Google that there is an issue and wait for an update.

    This portion of the OS is closed to the best of my knowledge so you can't help even if you wanted to beyond submission of a bug report.
  3. spectrrr

    spectrrr Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Touche, but I'm not afraid to call a spade a spade.

    A large portion of the OS is closed, but that doesnt stop people from coming up with useful suggestions and solutions, even if its as simple as "hey, you forget to look at this setting option".... so a discussion of the topic in the hopes that someone else has a solution and will share it when they see the topic is not fruitless, and has the potential for fare quicker results than waiting for the already submitted bug report to bear fruit.
  4. bthoward

    bthoward Well-Known Member

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The Motorola Droid release date was November 2009. Features and Specs include a 3.7" inch screen, 5MP camera, 256GB RAM, processor, and 1400mAh battery.

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