This is a discussion on Caps and punctuation when using voice to text. within the Droid X Help forums, part of the Droid X Discussion category; Originally Posted by pastrygirl Well, I went through adaptation and now it works MUCH worse for me. Is there a way to undo it? This ...
Before a reset, try this.
Settings -- Applications
Menu -- Filter -- All
Click on Voice Commands. Choose Clear Data. I assume this is where any voice training data would be stored.
Worth a try before doing a factory reset. Report back here with findings for others in the same boat.
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I don't have access to my DX right now, but there was a reset option right in the same menu as the adaptation option. No factory reset needed.
I am using an HTC EVO and responding to an email using voice-to-text. I understand that you can dictate punctuation marks such as comma and question mark. Following a period, the software works correctly and capitalizes the first letter of the new sentence. My problem occurs when I start my dictation -- the first letter of the first word I dictate is not capitalized. How do I get the dictation to launch with a capital letter?