Monday, 21 May 2012

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How To Install Galaxy S III's S-Voice To Any Android Device

The Samsung Galaxy S III is very much in the talk over the internet because of its top-notch features. Among those one is the S-Voice, which is the Samsung's voice assistant application that seems quite similar to the Apple’s Siri that was featured in the iPhone 4S. The official S-Voice application hasn’t released yet in Google Play Store, neither the Samsung Galaxy S III. Although you can install S-Voice on your Android devices as some Android developers able to extract the S-Voice app from the official Galaxy S III ROM that was leaked during the last week.

Installation Procedure:
  1. First of all download the S-Voice APK to your computer from here, which is about 26.7MB in size.
  2. Now extract the downloaded package and locate the “Voicetalk.apk” file. This is the actual file which will allow you to install the S-Voice on your Android handset.
  3. Connect your mobile to PC or Mac in order to copy the “Voicetalk.apk” to your SD card.
  4. Once you copied the file, simply disconnect your device from the computer.
  5. Now locate the “Voicetalk.apk” in your SD card and tap it to install.
  6. At the end of the installation, you need to “Accept” the terms of service in order to use the app.
  7. After accepting the terms of service, a quick guide to S-Voice will appear which contains basic procedures to use the S-Voice.
  8. This is it, now you are all set to use the S-Voice on your android handset.

1 comment:

  1. yeah, dont bother.
    http://www.xda-developers.com/android/s-voice-given-to-the-world-taken-away-just-as-quickly/

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