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Voice Recorder speech to text - copy text?

(Topic created: 03-04-2022 09:47 AM)
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I have a new Galaxy Watch4 and I'm still deciding whether to keep or not. It's not nearly as "smart" as I had hoped, but I'm a "tool user", not a "toy user".

It has an app called Voice Recorder with the added option of converting speech to text, but I can't see any way to access that text in a way that I could copy/paste. If you can't access the text that way, I don't see the point in having the function. If all you need is the recall, you can just play back the audio.

What am I missing?

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tom2055
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Voice recordings taken on the watch are copied to the voice recorder app on ur phone look there

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At least on the (original) Galaxy Watch (tizen) the Voice Recorder copies the text file (and the mp4 file) to my phone. I don't know if the folder can be changed but they are in sounds\gear.

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Voice recordings taken on the watch are copied to the voice recorder app on ur phone look there
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Thank you! Voice Recorder wasn't preinstalled on my S21 so I never even thought of that. I installed it and after making a test recording I found the recordings from my Watch4. I can now copy/paste that text into another app.

And a shout-out to  for mentioning the storage location. In my S21, they store the recordings from the Android version of Voice Recorder in Internal Storage>Recordings>Voice Recorder, and the recordings from the watch are in Internal Storage>Recordings>Sounds>Watch.

Thank you both!

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