Use the S Voice Application on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

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    In order to use S Voice, you will need to say your wake-up command.
    Once this has been set up, double-pressing the "Home" button will not wake up the application. Instead, if you double-press, the camera will be opened. If you need help setting up S Voice and your wake-up command, please check out our VisiHow tutorial. Now, say the wake-up command and ask a question. Samsung will answer you.
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    At the bottom-center of the screen, you will see a microphone icon that you can tap.
    You can say something else if you tap on it. You can also continue using the wake-up command.
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    You can also tap on the settings icon in the lower left corner of the screen to access settings options.
    Note that after a short time, the S Voice menu will disappear.
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    You can also tap the lock button to lock your phone.
    You will be able to use your wake-up command while your phone is locked. As you can see, this app works with or without the lock screen.
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    You can disable S Voice when you are on the lock screen.
    If you wake up the phone again by saying the wake-up command and tap on the gear-shaped settings icon in the lower-left corner, you will be able to unlock the phone.
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    Unlock the phone.
    You will come to the "S Voice settings" menu for S Voice.
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    In settings, the second option is "Wake up in secured lock".
    The toggle is currently green (in the "On" position). To turn off this setting, tap the toggle one time. Once the slider is clicked, it will turn grey. S Voice will no longer wake up when your phone is locked.
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