I bought my dad a pair of the Yurbuds Inspire Talk headphones for Father's Day and apparently every time he uses them, the microphone picks up ambient noise and thinks that it is giving a command. So, this Nuance Voice Control app pops up and stops his music whenever the wind whooshes through the microphone etc, rendering them pretty much useless.
I've tried to find the app to disable/uninstall it by going through Google app search, the application manager, and the Play Store search, but nothing comes up. I know that the obvious choice would be to root it and try to disable it through Titanium Backup or something, but the problem is that my dad isn't very tech-savvy in the first place and is not at all partial to the idea of me rooting his phone.
So, is there any way to disable or uninstall the app without rooting it or does he just need a new and different pair of headphones?