[Q] Wish S4 Came With Training Wheels
If you have to push ANY button it isn't "hands free". I'd very much like to be able to wake my brand new Galaxy S4 with just a voice command while driving. Once woken I'd like to open and use S Voice with just voice commands. I'm not COMPLETELY dim. I've managed to build a few computers from parts and passed a bunch of tests that granted me the privilege of putting some fancy letters after my name. But I confess I never thought I'd have to learn how to use a telephone again once I turned 63 years of age. Nor learn to drive. I SWEAR that toilet paper display would have fallen even if I'd not tapped it with my electric geezer mobile. I tried several of those Blue Tooth devices that you put on your visor, but they didn't get it done. Next I replaced my ancient Subaru Outbacks stereo with a new Sony that has Blue Tooth Capabilities, bought an iBolt dock to stick onto my dash to hold the phone, and sometime next week will have four speakers installed to rectify the fact my left drivers door speaker and my right rear passenger speaker were nonfunctional.
But STILL had to push a button to wake the phone up, before trying to speak both clearly and loud enough to overcome the noise level in my 185,000 mile Alaskan Subaru and hope S Voice's voice recognition would work.
I saw an application called Tasker and one called AutoVoice and without looking into the complexity involved bought them. Oops...
I'd like to be able to stick the Galaxy S4 into the fancy (And KickAss) iBolt, start my car, and be able to turn the phone on with a voice command, and then use the S Voice feature built into the device to call my Geriatrician.
So I'd appreciate any help y'all might condescend to supply. From lurking about I do believe this Forum is the Mount Olympus where the Android God's and Goddesse's dwell.