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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Enable and Use S Voice

As is endless to talk about the features and capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy SIII. Many things you can do easily with it. After previously we have learned about how to use the quick command on Samsung Galaxy Note 2 which also can be applied on Galaxy SIII, now we will discuss about the voice command embedded in this phone named S Voice.

See also: How to Use Quick Command on Samsung Galaxy Note 2

The difference between both command is a quick command executed using the gesture while S Voice uses your voice. If you are a person who does not like to use a PIN, password or pattern to unlock your phone, then it will help you. If you often forget what the previous pattern or your password, then by using the S Voice you just say your voice command to do all that thing.

See also: How to Customize Lock Screen on Samsung Galaxy S3

In addition to unlock your phone, S Voice also allow you to check the missed call, check missed messages, open camera, play music, check the schedule and record voice.

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How to enable S Voice?
Before you can use this command on the Galaxy SIII, you must enable it first. Taken from, here are the steps you should do:
  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Choose Security and lock screen.
  3. Tap on Lock screen option.
  4. Scroll down until you find "Set wake-up command". Then tap on it.
  5. Here you can set S Voice on seven options available.
  6. For example, we set up S Voice to unlock command. So, tap on Wake-up function 1 and select the function you want, for example to unlock.
  7. It will ask you to provide a word or phrase you'll use for voice command.
  8. You will be asked to repeat the voice command four times to make sure the phone is properly calibrate the words you say.
  9. Tap on Done button as a sign that the phone have received your voice command.
  10. You can also set up voice command for 6 other functions in the same way.
  11. Done. Now you have been able to use the S Voice on your phone.

How to use S Voice?
Just like everything else we do with this phone, we can also use S Voice with ease. Simply by tap on Power button and say one of the voice commands that you specify before. Then magically this words will command your phone to do the thing you want. That's it. Very easy, right? So, thanks to its operating system, which has allowed us to use S Voice on this phone very easily.

You can also use S Voice on another Samsung's products that run with the operating system Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or above. So, try and share your experience of using this cool voice command on your Samsung Galaxy SIII :)


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