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Voice dictation without being connected to the internet on Android?

How can I use the Samsung Galaxy Note3 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10 for voice dictation without being connected to the internet?

Samsung's S Voice application, which is included on both the Samsung Galaxy Note3 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10, needs a network connection to communicate with Samsung's servers to process your requests. Just like Apple's Siri on the iPhone, S Voice requires external servers to process, understand, and complete your request. You will not be able to use S Voice without being connected to the internet. However, for Samsung's built-in Voice Recognition (also known as voice dictation) software, there is a way to use it without being connected to the internet. Follow the simple steps below to learn how to enable offline voice dictation on your phone and tablet:

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  • Open your Settings application.
  • Navigate to Language & Input.
  • Tap Voice Search.
  • Tap Download offline speech recognition.

You will now be able to use Voice Recognition without having an internet connection.

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