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Old 03-03-2020, 08:40 PM   #1
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I'm started to use the Swiftkey app on my Samsung device. Is there a way to change the length of talk time in the Swiftkey app. I hear Swift key using Google voice technology and checked Google app settings to get a solution. But no option.
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Old 03-03-2020, 11:01 PM   #2
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I don't think you can do it. I have seen no such option in SwiftKey settings. It seems to respond to your voice automatically. If it detects no sound input it pauses the microphone. At least that's how it behaves on my phone. You can try contacting the SwiftKey team for support. What exactly happens when you try to use it? Is it pausing the typing too soon? Perhaps your microphone is obstructed by a phone case for example? Try holding the phone in front of you like you would a walkie-talkie and see if the response is any different. The farther you hold the phone the weaker the pickup by the microphone. I seem to get better results when holding the phone near my mouth or at least pointing the microphone directly towards me as I speak. As soon as I stop speaking it pauses the microphone automatically. All of this reply was done using voice typing on my phone. Maybe you're taking longer pauses between words so the microphone pauses too soon before you're done speaking. It takes a little getting used to so try and get a feel of it.
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