donnacrawford wrote:Thank you for the help.
So I'm looking in preferences in the Waze directory on the SD Card now, but I can't spot the option yet. Do you know what the line is I'm looking for please? or what I should add to the file?
Edit: Ah brilliant crazycaveman, I just realised that you meant literally use Navigate to that string. The app is just restarting to enable the feature now. Thank you!
I selected Navigate, typed in ##@asr and hit enter
Restarted Waze when prompted
Selected Settings, then Voice Commands, and clicked Enable
Then back on the map screen I swiped the screen for the voice prompt to appear
I said the secret word and it asked me to say OK (albeit that wasn't obvious)
I said OK and Waze told me I was now a Monster
At every noise or touch ASR opens the voice prompt now though, seeming a bit eager
donnacrawford wrote:It is typed within the preferences file in the Waze directory on the SD Card, and fits the clue and long letter count they gave us. Its not too hard to find and if anyone did give the answer the post would be removed, so hopefully you'll spot it
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..
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)
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:If you are on iOS, get a file explorer like DiskAid. You don't need a be jailbroken to download or upload files from iOS, even within .app packages.
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