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    I tried using the already compiled LUA from firegate, when I put it in the DATA.ZIP and put it back to my phone...ALL TTS is lost. I think I may need another file for the actual TTS file?

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    Like a lot of people I also have trouble with TTS on Lollipop.
    I have both Primo and Nextgen installed. When I had KitKat on my phone both worked fine with TTS engines (nuance and loquendo). Now that I have upgraded to Lollipop Primo still works fine with all TTS engines while NextGen refuses to work with any of them. No TTS voices appear as possible selections in the application no matter what TTS engine I'm using.
    I have downloaded several english TTS voices from here but none of them work on my phone. There's something strange going on with NextGen as everything worked fine on KitKat.

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    Hi. Trying to work the (Greek TTS Package.rar. from #71) but nothing.
    Finally operates this (VOICE-TTS-Nuance-Melina)
    from here.. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    I noticed that the file (info.ini) it is not the same as the first and probably will be missing commands.

    Please, one could make a correct file?
    Thanks..
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdman View Post
    I tried using the already compiled LUA from firegate, when I put it in the DATA.ZIP and put it back to my phone...ALL TTS is lost. I think I may need another file for the actual TTS file?
    Try using the data.zip file taken from the original iGo Avic Sync software on this thread : [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by firegate View Post
    Hi,

    For those who bother with speedcam limit value being pronounced for miles: check your /media_libs/voice_guidance/engine_1_0(engine_1_1)/code_advanced.lua files in data.zip,
    make sure there is a proper function call (Format_Speed_Voice instead of Format_Speed), then update a bit of code just above

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    (mph="mph" to mph="miph") and add

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    to dictionary.voice of you TTS voice. say_camera_speed_limit=1 must be present in [warning] section of sys.txt
    There is no function call to "Format_Speed_Voice" only to "Format_Speed"; do you mean changed all "Format_Speed" to "Format_Speed_Voice"?

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    Actually, no need to do any lua file modification. Just use the original data.zip file from AVICSYNC, the data.zip from avicsync does NOT have the speed limit bug. And yes, it works fine with iGO Nextgen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamoteka View Post
    Actually, no need to do any lua file modification. Just use the original data.zip file from AVICSYNC, the data.zip from avicsync does NOT have the speed limit bug. And yes, it works fine with iGO Nextgen.

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    How do I turn on Speedcam Voice? With this data.zip, this option is disabled and no voice from any alerts.

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    i am having extreme problems getting tts to work.can someone please tell me how to get tts to work? do i use tts_nua_v5 or tts_nua_v1? and can anyone tell me which files i need and where they go? i have treid various times to get it to work but i just cant seem to get anywhere with it it just wont work for me.
    please help me?
    dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by stagman1 View Post
    i am having extreme problems getting tts to work.can someone please tell me how to get tts to work? do i use tts_nua_v5 or tts_nua_v1? and can anyone tell me which files i need and where they go? i have treid various times to get it to work but i just cant seem to get anywhere with it it just wont work for me.
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    Used by here tts any language.
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    Working perfectly in Nextgen and all instructions.

    All you will need even to find is a voice file VOICE-TTS-Nuance for envelope Igo/voice.

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    I am running win ce6 will this work on it?

 

 
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