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    since 16.0.0 I find thay sygic not load LoquendoTTS no this tts in apk file

    the last way we can use tts voice by install other tts voice such as google tts , vocalizer tts

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    Quote Originally Posted by chambers View Post
    You do not need to have your phone rooted to put the \LoquendoTTS Folder in memory on your phone and use it.

    There might have other problems for it not working on your phone.

    If you do what Sygic tell you to do with your version of android you should not have any problems there also if you want to use an external SD card.

    I always tell yours to take their time and read what has been posted here from many user's that know what they are doing.

    Now here is what Sygic tells you to do if you want the Sygic folder on an SD card.

    If you read this they say nothing about rooting your phone.

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    We can not reinvent the wheel and place things in different folders in hopes it will make the app work.

    File and folder structure must be held to no mater what platform you are using. Be it Windows, Linux, Apple or Android.....


    From what I read in some of your other posts you have also problems with IGO app.

    About igo: I don't use TTS in igo. I have the simple voices working. The problem with my igo was online search. I fixed it with a few adds in the sys.txt file.

    Now about Sygic: I only refered to my s3 as rooted in order to inform everyone who is willing to help me that i can edit android system files. As far as i know in order to make tts voices work i must have installed or preinstalled some tts engines. According to android's text to speech settings my tts engines are samsung's and google's. Is sygic working with these or should i install another one?
    I have copied LoquendoTTS folder into my internal storage. I opened Sygic and it didn't recognise any. I moved it into my external sd card and nothing again. My sygic folder is in internal storage. I moved it to external sd nothing again.

    About the s3 i9300: I have flashed it again from the beginning with its original samsung rom without rooting it in order to test sygic again, But when i opened sygic it didn't recognise the voices.

    Can you help me with these info?
    Sorry for not mentioning that my language is greek.
    Last edited by Kjssplass; 22nd February 2016 at 03:15 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjssplass View Post
    About igo: I don't use TTS in igo. I have the simple voices working. The problem with my igo was online search. I fixed it with a few adds in the sys.txt file.

    Now about Sygic: I only refered to my s3 as rooted in order to inform everyone who is willing to help me that i can edit android system files. As far as i know in order to make tts voices work i must have installed or preinstalled some tts engines. According to android's text to speech settings my tts engines are samsung's and google's. Is sygic working with these or should i install another one?
    I have copied LoquendoTTS folder into my internal storage. I opened Sygic and it didn't recognise any. I moved it into my external sd card and nothing again. My sygic folder is in internal storage. I moved it to external sd nothing again.

    About the s3 i9300: I have flashed it again from the beginning with its original samsung rom without rooting it in order to test sygic again, But when i opened sygic it didn't recognise the voices.

    Can you help me with these info?
    Sorry for not mentioning that my language is greek.


    I finally found a solution for the greek tts thanks to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] osiris4isis post who uses vocalizerex.

    It works like a charm with igo and sygic too.

    But if you have another solution for loquento tts if it supports Greek of course i would like to try and have it as a backup or a primary choice.

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    @ Kjssplass,

    It is amazing when one takes the time to read other posts here and what you can find.

    There is a lot of help info here only if one takes the time to read it.

    I am glad you have it working the way you want.....
    Last edited by chambers; 22nd February 2016 at 08:50 AM.

 

 
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