*** Prior to attempting any Changes you should make a back-up of your registry****
So after a lot of searching through the Internet I was unable to find the exact solution to my problem. I have MS Voice Command and want to use it with my BT headset on my xv6700. I was able to find about 15% of what I needed from another forum however they werent completely correct on how to do this registry hack.
*** THIS IS A MAJOR MOD TO YOUR PDA/PHONE DO NOT ATTEMPT UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING, BEING WRONG COULD MAKE YOUR DEVICE NOT WORK EVER AGAIN***********
Alright so I will assume you have gotten all through the install of MSVC and you have a proper reg editor on your handheld. the device I am working with is the XV6700 from Verizon and I am using PHMedit for my reg editor.
First thing is first what you'll want to do is go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\OEM" and verify you have a key labeled (VoiceCommand) if it is not there you'll need to create it.
Afterwards you'll need to create a string named "path" inside the new key with the value ( \Program Files\Voice Command\VoiceCMD.exe )
then you will need three (3) dwords
LaunchAPEnable value 1
SupportCLI value 0
VoiceCmdEnable value 0
Afterwards you'll need to let your handheld sit for approx 5min to let the settings sink in to it then you will need to do a soft reset.
After the device resets you should be able to make voice command simply by activating your function key on your headset.
---originally posted on www.trcrweb.com
Edited by RevRogue, 01 August 2006 - 09:55 PM.