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  1. #1
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    Question How to use so-called "voice key" in own application?

    I found examples with KeyVolumeUp\Down and CameraKey but no with "Voice Commands" Key.

    I wanna use this key to voice record while press and hold...

    Any ideas?

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    Re: How to use so-called "voice key" in own application?

    I can not remember which device would have a such a key. Anyway it could be one of those keys which are not defined in public SDK, sao then you would need to have a test application made which captures keys with values higher than is defined, and hope that you coulc catch it.

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    Re: How to use so-called "voice key" in own application?

    As far as I remember voice commands are activated via a long press on something on the right. Like the red key or the right softkey. You may mean the Push-To-Talk button (which is not present on many devices in fact).

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