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How do you say, "start"?

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This may seem a stupid question but....
I cannot get my watch to recognise the word "START"

Here's a transcript
ME: START
watch: stute

ME: START
watch: stop

ME: START
watch: stop

ME: START
watch: start Yes!!

ME: START
watch: stocks

........you get the picture? What gives?
 
 
11th July 2014, 09:13 PM |#2  
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This may seem a stupid question but....
I cannot get my watch to recognise the word "START"

Here's a transcript
ME: START
watch: stute

ME: START
watch: stop

ME: START
watch: stop

ME: START
watch: start Yes!!

ME: START
watch: stocks

........you get the picture? What gives?

I don't have the watch yet, but try "open" instead.
11th July 2014, 09:21 PM |#3  
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I don't have the watch yet, but try "open" instead.

Thanks, that was a nice idea and it recognises the word every time but it just takes me to a google search. It seems the word "open" is not a recognised keyword.

I am having a bit more success with "start" by saying "STARD" instead, and I only mean a bit more success.
11th July 2014, 09:30 PM |#4  
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you have to say it like us yanks.
11th July 2014, 09:35 PM |#5  
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What exactly are you trying to do with the word start? Mine works perfectly when I say "open hue control", "open Tinder" etc
11th July 2014, 09:37 PM |#6  
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Do you have a heavy Yorkshire accent ?

try 'SStarrt' - in other words long S and long R

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Do you have a heavy Yorkshire accent ?

try 'SStarrt' - in other words long S and long R

Non-Yorkshire people say I do, Yorkshire people say I don't so I guess I'm somewhere inbetween!

Anyway, like cherrytontonne says, open seems to work just as well so I'll stop saying start.
12th July 2014, 09:45 PM |#8  
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Non-Yorkshire people say I do, Yorkshire people say I don't so I guess I'm somewhere inbetween!

Anyway, like cherrytontonne says, open seems to work just as well so I'll stop saying start.

I know what you mean mate
My Farther in Law is from East Yorkshire - and although he may say he doesnt have an accent - I cant understand a word hehehe
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I usually go with "go go gadget strava" mostly for novelty value.
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Originally Posted by gadgetgaz

Thanks, that was a nice idea and it recognises the word every time but it just takes me to a google search. It seems the word "open" is not a recognised keyword.

I am having a bit more success with "start" by saying "STARD" instead, and I only mean a bit more success.

Maybe "run" will work?!?
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