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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by blucas, Apr 14, 2016.

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    Hi all - New to Galaxy and Android (converted iPhone user here). I have been using OK Google to play my texts and reply to them hands-free while driving. Problem is if I have several texts that are new, OK Google doesn't go through them all if I reply to the first one. And then I have to start the whole process again and go through a list of already read messages to get to the one I haven't replied to yet.

    So far, this is the only thing I prefer in my old iPhone. I used to be able to have phone read text, do a voice reply, then phone would go to next message, I could reply, and so on.

    I have a feeling I'm just not doing this right. Any tips / hints for most efficient manner to do hands-free texting would be appreciated!
     

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