Is it possible to integrate the speech input in other way, not only like in sample application?

by myhayloff » Fri, 26 Mar 2010 21:32:05 GMT


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 I want to integrate the speech input to my keyboard, so I can't copy
and paste from sample application to get started. Is it possible to
integrate speech input in other way, not only like in sample
application, without using startActivityForResult(..) or something
like, without showing "Speak now".

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