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Voice Dialing


May 1, 2007, 7:52 PM
According to the manual, voice dialing selects only the default number. Does that mean if you are calling John and you say 'call john at work' it won't dial the work number? It also says voice dialing is in loudspeaker mode. Am I reading this correctly?

May 1, 2007, 8:11 PM
Only unless you set up John's work number as a separate contact. The phone won't dial another number within the contact unless it is the default number. You can change from loudspeaker to handset once the call is connected.

May 1, 2007, 9:18 PM
I never use voice dialing. I mean.. how much of a lazy ass do you have to be not to take 3 seconds to find the number manually?

open phone
press down
5 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 (JOS)

there's my nubmer (josh)

took me under 5 seconds to pull it up..

anyone who's quick at text messaging can be quick at pulling up numbers.. and face it, grandpa's not getting the n75.

May 1, 2007, 9:54 PM
Grandpa's not going to figure out voice dialing either!

May 2, 2007, 4:27 PM
"Grandpa's not going to figure out voice dialing either!"

Note the age market for the N75.....no grandpa's in this age range.....

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May 2, 2007, 4:05 PM
I work in NJ and drive most of the day. Hands-Free is a must or get a ticket if stopped. Just got one last week. Don't suppose your 'lazy ass', as you say, want to pay it.

May 2, 2007, 8:49 PM
First, you still need to pick up the phone and push a button to make it "listen" for your voice.

Second, after saying the name 6 times before the phone recognizes wtf you're saying, you would have been better off just finding the number.

Third, Hands-Free is not the topic of this discussion, voice-dialing is.

Forth, you probably deserved the ticket. None of you people from NJ can drive worth a damn anyway. That's why you pay one of the highest car insurance rates in the country.

Fifth, and most important, everyone knows NJ is f'd up. That's why you can cross the bridge from pa into nj for free, but you have to pay to get out! I mean don't get the wrong idea. I don't HATE NJ, I just wouldn't want to live there. I'm GLAD NJ is the...

May 2, 2007, 10:13 PM
damn! what did i walk in on!!???


May 3, 2007, 2:17 PM
So, if hands-free isn't part of the discussion on voice dialing ... what other kinds of hands-free do you have in mind?? Other than that awesome telepathy calling that I've been waiting for.

And just to clarify ... I don't have to search for my phone, push any buttons on the phone etc. to activate voice dialing. My phone stays in my pocket, when I start my car the phone switches over to my bluetooth car kit and I press and hold the button on my steering wheel to activate voice dialing. With all of that functionality, it's rather annoying that the last voice dialing implementation on the Nokia phones don't allow you to record the voice dialing commands yourself ... it rather uses that horribly annoying and inaccurate predictive voice di...

May 3, 2007, 4:25 PM
Voice dialing using a hands free device is. I presently use LG and 99% of the time it works on 1st try. I got the ticket because I was spotted using my phone. My headset died out. And you right, NJ is f****d up and I wish I never moved here. But PA drivers s**k just as much.

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