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S-Voice APK leak?

4th May 2012, 07:34 AM |#1  
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Anybody know if there's a leak of the S-Voice app yet? Also any idea if when we do get it on our phones it will work?
 
 
4th May 2012, 01:37 PM |#2  
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I'm guessing it will only work with the newer twiz framework but could just be an app we could get.
4th May 2012, 01:39 PM |#3  
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It just got announced yesterday...
4th May 2012, 05:32 PM |#4  
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I'm guessing it will only work with the newer twiz framework but could just be an app we could get.

This is my guess as well. The challanges would be:
  • Need ICS
  • Probably need TouchWiz framework (ICS version)
  • Very likely not enough RAM in Epic to run ICS + TW + voice app

CM9 dev's are working hard to free up 1-2mb RAM at a time, throwing TW on there would likely bring things to a standstill. I think we are reaching the limit of what our phone can handle with AOSP ICS/CM9.
8th May 2012, 08:39 PM |#5  
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Wouldn't we be able to just modify the S-Voice.apk to make it independent from the TW framework? Kinda like what Tortel did with the stock Sammy Task Manager/Calender/Calculator/etc.?

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9th May 2012, 12:53 AM |#6  
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Wouldn't we be able to just modify the S-Voice.apk to make it independent from the TW framework? Kinda like what Tortel did with the stock Sammy Task Manager/Calender/Calculator/etc.?

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Potentially yes, but that's a better question for Tortel2120 than me.
10th May 2012, 04:01 AM |#7  
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This is my guess as well. The challanges would be:

  • Need ICS
  • Probably need TouchWiz framework (ICS version)
  • Very likely not enough RAM in Epic to run ICS + TW + voice app

CM9 dev's are working hard to free up 1-2mb RAM at a time, throwing TW on there would likely bring things to a standstill. I think we are reaching the limit of what our phone can handle with AOSP ICS/CM9.

the SIII has the same ram as SII though?
11th May 2012, 06:29 AM |#8  
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Is this supposed to be something like Samsung's version of Siri?
12th May 2012, 08:08 AM |#9  
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Is this supposed to be something like Samsung's version of Siri?

Yes, Samsung created the S-Voice to basically compete with Apple's Siri. Whether its up to par with Siri, we'll have to see

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13th May 2012, 11:31 PM |#10  
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the SIII has the same ram as SII though?

Right, hopefully many of the S3's features can be back ported to the S2. However I don't see ports for the og S getting this love. Hopefully some cleaver devs will prove me wrong though.

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