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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by CHHILL, Mar 10, 2016.

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    Husband just got the new S7 and spent hours on the phone with Verizon because the mic is missing from the keyboard in message+ and he can't do voice typing. Verizon claims that this isn't available on the S7. Anyone know anything about this?
     

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    Go into device and keyboard settings and make sure voice dictation is enabled.
     
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    You need to press and hold the gear icon at the bottom of the message keyboard. Then press on the microphone to make it the default, then it will appear every time.
     
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    I had this issue and saw your post when searching Google for help. I fixed mine so I made ano account to try and help you.
    I went to settings. Applications. App manager. Then disabled apps. And I enabled an app "Google app" and then the mic was back on the keyboard.
    Good luck
     
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    You need to press and hold the key to the right of the Sym key. This key toggles between microphone, clipboard, face, settings.
     

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