ASR for Secret Moods?

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Re: ASR for Secret Moods?

Postby donnacrawford » Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:07 pm

dmcconachie wrote:Have you tried again? The ##@asr instruction is a toggle so if it's already active that will disable it. From your description it sounds like that's what's happened.

Are you in North America?

You might be right there.. I was sure I saw it say Enabled previously.. but I tried again as I couldn't get the three finger tap to bring up the Voice prompt.

I tapped, swiped, slid and knocked, all with no luck. :(


Edit: You were right.. Thank you for that tip! I was enabling and disabling this feature with each attempt. I will leave it in enabled mode now, and just need to be able to load the voice prompt somehow :?
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Re: ASR for Secret Moods?

Postby donnacrawford » Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:46 pm

Thank you for your reply,

Yes, I've got the Enable box ticked, and have tried both modes - "Hand hover & three finger tap" and "3 finger tap only" - but cannot seem to activate it under either type when tapping/swiping/slapping the map screen.

Is this feature compatible with the HTC One X+ perhaps? I can't think of any other way in which to tap the phone with three fingers.
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Re: ASR for Secret Moods?

Postby donnacrawford » Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:54 pm

hehe :)

The HTC Media Link HD loads on a three finger swipe gesture, but I can't get the three finger tap to detect..

Is there a trick to it??
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Re: Re: ASR for Secret Moods?

Postby donnacrawford » Wed Nov 21, 2012 3:34 pm

darkneon wrote:
donnacrawford wrote:The HTC Media Link HD loads on a three finger swipe gesture, but I can't get the three finger tap to detect..

Is there a trick to it??


Not all phones can detect more then 2 fingers, but you need to touch the screen with all 3 fingers at the same time.

Verzonden met Tapatalk op mijn Samsung Galaxy Note(GT-N7000).

Is that three finger tips taping the screen once together/touching or spaced out? I cannot seem to get the phone to detect the gesture to open the Voice Commands listener screen.
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Re: ASR for Secret Moods?

Postby donnacrawford » Sat Nov 24, 2012 11:45 pm

Yes, I do. It's there.

Its just the three finger tap gesture I can't get it to recognise on this new phone :/
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Re: ASR for Secret Moods?

Postby donnacrawford » Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:02 am

AndyPoms wrote:
donnacrawford wrote:Yes, I do. It's there.

Its just the three finger tap gesture I can't get it to recognise on this new phone :/

Try the hover option... Not all phones recognize more than 2 fingers on the display.

The hover gesture on my HTC One X+ loads the HTC Media Link HD unfortunately.

It looks like it might not be possible to open voice commands on this phone :/
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Re: ASR for Secret Moods?

Postby donnacrawford » Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:10 am

I have been hunting round the settings and I finally found how to get it to work.

On my phone, I went into 'Settings', 'Display, gestures & buttons' and uncheck 'HTC gestures' that recognises three finger gestures. Crazy, but it now works :)

Cheers all :)
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Re: ASR for Secret Moods?

Postby houstonmg » Mon Oct 27, 2014 2:41 pm

porubcan wrote:Hmm. It works on INTL. To get ASR you need little tweaking... But it definitely works.

Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk

I lost thats when i re install the app, I try in my iphone but can´t get the secret mode again. The asr can´t be activated.
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Re: ASR for Secret Moods?

Postby iainhouse » Wed Oct 24, 2012 10:04 pm

AndyPoms wrote:
donnacrawford wrote:I'm not sure if you can browse the internal memory on the iPhone? I can't seem to find the original clues on their Facebook page..

There is a way, you need some free software to do it... The name of the software is somewhere in the fourm (I'd tell you, but I forget what it's called)


Since someone has already said it's in the file system, I don't think I'm giving much else away. I had a quick search, but it seems like most of the easy options to examine the iPhone root file system only work on a jailbroken iPhone.

However, you can find the information in one of your iTunes backup files, but you'll need a hex editor with a search capability to examine the file.
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Re: ASR for Secret Moods?

Postby iainhouse » Sat Aug 10, 2013 11:17 pm

Still working for me (on INTL, if that makes a difference).
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