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Touchless Control Doesn't Work in Crowded Environment

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29th April 2014, 12:29 PM   |  #1  
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How does Touchless Control work for you guys when you're around a few other people who are chatting in the background?

I was trying to show it off to my cousin who owns a Note II but looked like an idiot talking to my phone lol. No music or TV was playing, just about 5 others chatting in the background in the same room as me.

Is there a way to re-learn it to pick my voice up better in crowded environments?
29th April 2014, 02:54 PM   |  #2  
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How does Touchless Control work for you guys when you're around a few other people who are chatting in the background?

I was trying to show it off to my cousin who owns a Note II but looked like an idiot talking to my phone lol. No music or TV was playing, just about 5 others chatting in the background in the same room as me.

Is there a way to re-learn it to pick my voice up better in crowded environments?

In a closet or a small space. Mine goes off a lot even when I don't say OK Google now. In a place with a lot of noise.

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29th April 2014, 04:08 PM   |  #3  
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I'll try and re-learn it in a very quiet environment but speak quite loud to see if that makes a difference.

Normally I only ever use it when I'm by myself to get things done but it would be nice to show it's prowess in front of others.
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I'll try and re-learn it in a very quiet environment but speak quite loud to see if that makes a difference.

Normally I only ever use it when I'm by myself to get things done but it would be nice to show it's prowess in front of others.

Yeah I only really use it by myself also its great especially when your driving all the time. My phone goes off but in a pretty loud environment its a little useless you have to scream at it.

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29th April 2014, 06:51 PM   |  #5  
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looked like an idiot talking to my phone

Yeah I rarely even try it when I'm alone. It doesn't work well enough to not feel like an idiot. Maybe in a few years.

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I've had trouble with it working with my motorcycle helmet setup. Pretty much only works if I'm stopped
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30th April 2014, 08:13 AM   |  #7  
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I use mine often in the car too. I just place it in one of those windscreen phone holders then ask it whatever I need to. Sometimes, after around 50mph, it struggles to hear me due to the in cabin road noise. This is on a 2005 Ford Mondeo. Don't think I'd bother setting it up in my Nissan Silvia Spec R lol.
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I use mine often in the car too. I just place it in one of those windscreen phone holders then ask it whatever I need to. Sometimes, after around 50mph, it struggles to hear me due to the in cabin road noise. This is on a 2005 Ford Mondeo. Don't think I'd bother setting it up in my Nissan Silvia Spec R lol.

Lucky. Here in the states we get the 240sx....

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Lucky. Here in the states we get the 240sx....

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Haha that's the one with the 2.4 litre KA24 engine. We don't get them up here.

Most of ours come with the SR20DET engine.

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