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[Q] Newsmy car pad quad core dt3256s faulty ANDROID BOX

2nd February 2015, 08:32 PM |#21  
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Happy with the new operating system,
I'm now trying to connect a Mic to the Android box.
My goal is to use "ok google" and Android speech recognition.

I have used a standard USB mic, like this from Aliexpress:
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-...875597932.html
the voice cannot reach the android unit. Since I disassembled and re-soldered the cables I assume I did some mistake..

Then with this better quality mic:
http://www.boya-mic.com/products/show-394.html
the 3,5 to USB adapter included is not Mini-USB standard so I bought a standard one, but no luck: still no signal in Android box.

There is something I have to activate?
I read several posts on the unit NU3001 about the use of the mic but maybe my unit is different.
Someone has a tip?

Edit: I noticed, i'm writing in a thread wich is not for my version: I have DT5233
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28th March 2015, 07:05 PM |#22  
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Hi.
You can contact Sindy at:
sindy@newsmy-car.com.

She has helped me a lot with translation etc.
28th March 2015, 07:31 PM |#23  
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I was using a defective USB mic. Replaced with a new one, I managed to get voice recognition.
The mic is this: http://www.boya-mic.com/products/show-394.html
Still, it's difficult to get a clean voice when you drive or someone else is talking. Too noisy. I need to speak very loud.
I'm thinking a new position where to put the mic
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