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12th February 2014, 10:15 AM   |  #1  
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How can I get Google Now/Search to work offline? I've got Google voice typing to work offline through settings > language & input methods but I'm unable to use it with Google Now. Anyone have any ideas?

ex: I'd like to just say "Open Settings" to be able open the settings app without being online...
19th February 2014, 08:11 PM   |  #2  
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I'm struggling with this issue as well. Sometimes when I'm traveling, I'll be in an area with no data connection or WiFi. I can say "OK Google" to activate the voice search...however, any command I give it (i.e. Play 'artist') is met with "Can't reach Google at the moment. You can still use the mic to place calls. Say "Call" and a name or number." I know the offline voice recognition works, because I can turn off my WiFi and data and use the voice input to write text. I have Xposed installed and I tried the "GoogleOfflineVoice" module, but I'm still met with the same message.

Does anyone have any ideas of a work around for this? This is particularly frustrating because I used the Google Search API and Tasker to automate a lot of my phone usage while I'm in the car. However, if I don't have a data connection, it no longer functions.
19th February 2014, 08:14 PM   |  #3  
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If you don't have a data connection it's never going to work. It has to go to Google servers where the database is and all the heavy lifting takes place

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