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Unleash the google! Hotword detection every where

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21st October 2014, 01:57 AM   |  #11  
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Ok google everywhere google Search 4.0.26
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I used unleashthegoogle, and debugging options are available.

But it seems that google removed the flag descriptions, I got only id 1 up to id 303, but no description of the flags.

Any suggestions?

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Enable id:199, scroll down, hit save config settings.
Go to home screen and hit the search bar once.
Now you will get the option for ok Google everywhere.
21st October 2014, 03:06 PM   |  #12  
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Enable id:199, scroll down, hit save config settings.
Go to home screen and hit the search bar once.
Now you will get the option for ok Google everywhere.

Hello s0ullight,

thank you for your answer. But the problem is that I am in Germany and I use german as language.

Id 199 is already enabled, but I'm searching for the flag named
speaker_id_supported_locales to insert "de-DE".

As I wrote, I miss the captions from flags.

Matthias

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21st October 2014, 08:31 PM   |  #13  
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" Do not use on L" lol I'm still using this on the lollipop preview images and it still works a treat (only downside is that google hid the id names)
22nd October 2014, 03:57 PM   |  #14  
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Ok,

I found a solution for my problem without unleash the google.

I just put english as standard in google search and german as second language.

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