LR3 Voice Commands

Discussion in 'LR3' started by dalexiou, Mar 10, 2006.

  1. dalexiou

    dalexiou Guest

    One question.....I have had my LR3 for a few months now. Is there a comprehensive list of voice commands posted anywhere? Thanks for your help.

    Dimitri
     
  2. grommet

    grommet Full Access Member

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    Your manual? You can start by saying "voice help", or by asking for help in a category: "notepad help", "radio help", "CD help", "navigation help", "phone help", etc.

    More details about specific system functions are in their respective manuals... the Audio System guide, the Navigation/Telephone guide, etc.
     
  3. dalexiou

    dalexiou Guest

    Well I know the manual...but from what I remember the manual isn't exactly the best read. I just thought someone might have a list put together....thanks though...I will browse the manual again. :)
     
  4. grommet

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    The voice commands are pretty well documented. One missing item from the documentation, if I remember correctly, is that you can use the Navigation screen to add a voice/number tag for the factory fit phone (PTI) system... the "Add Voice" button in the UI... instead of doing it 100% by voice.
     
  5. alanmeyer

    alanmeyer Guest

    FROM THE NAV/TEL SYSTEMS MANAUL (PDF)

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    Nav Manual, PG 83
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    Navigation help Lists examples of Navigation commands
    Navigation voice guidance (On/Off) Turns the navigation voice guidance on or off.
    Navigation [show] current
    (position/location)
    Your current position on the map.
    See Initial map display, 24. (Item 4).
    Navigation show turn list guidance See Turn list mode, 28.
    Navigation show next way point Shows the next way point on the route set.
    Navigation show destination Shows the destination of route set.
    Navigation show entire route Shows the complete route.
    Navigation show North up See Initial map display, 24. (Item 9).
    Navigation show Heading up See Initial map display, 24. (Item 9).
    Navigation show arrow guidance See Arrow mode, 29.
    Navigation zoom in maximum See Initial map display, 24 (Item 10).
    Navigation zoom out maximum See Initial map display, 24 (Item 10).
    Navigation zoom in <1 - 12> See Initial map display, 24 (Item 10).
    Navigation zoom out <1 - 12> See Initial map display, 24 (Item 10).
    Navigation zoom level <1 - 13> See Initial map display, 24 (Item 10).
    Navigation (go/select) home Sets the destination to your preset Home.
    See Home, 33 and 58.
    Navigation go to [previous] destination Sets the last used destination as the destination.
    Navigation go to [previous] starting point Sets the previous start point as the destination.
    Navigation detour Detour is 15 miles maximum on a freeway and
    miles on other routes. See Detour, 69.
    Navigation cancel guidance See Cancel Guidance, 73.
    Navigation delete next way point When one or more way points have been set during
    a guided route and the next point is to be deleted.
    See Destination & Way Point, 70.
    Navigation (prefer/avoid) major roads See Route preference, 35 and 69.
    Navigation (prefer/avoid) toll roads See Route preference, 35 and 69.
    Navigation (prefer/avoid) ferries See Route preference, 35 and 69.
    Navigation <POI category> See Point of Interest (POI), 39 and POI COMMAND
    LIST, 85.
    Navigation POI off Removes all the POI icons from the display.

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    Nav Manual, PG 84
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    Navigation mark current position Stores the current position.
    See Select from Map, 44.
    Navigation store name Stores a nametag for a memory point.
    Navigation select <name> Recalls a nametag of a memory point and sets it as
    a waypoint/destination.
    Navigation [play] directory Plays back all the nametags.
    Navigation delete directory Deletes all the nametags.
    Navigation show map Shows the map screen.
    Navigation freeway guidance See Freeway Entry/Exit, 48 and Freeway
    information, 29 and 64.
    Navigation right map North up See Compass, 30.
    Navigation right map heading up See Compass, 30.
    Navigation show dual map See Dual map mode, 28.
    Navigation show single map See Single map mode, 28.
    Navigation right map zoom in maximum See Map scale, 30.
    Navigation right map zoom in <1 - 12> See Map scale, 30.
    Navigation right map zoom out maximum See Map scale, 30.
    Navigation right map zoom out <1 - 12> See Map scale, 30.
    Navigation detour entire route See Detour, 69.
    Navigation On Road mode See On Road Navigation, 31.
    Navigation Off Road mode See Off Road Navigation, 74.
    Navigation (quick/short/normal) Once the route is calculated there may be alternative
    routes giving quickest, shortest or normal routes.
    Navigation change to off road map See Off Road Navigation, 74.
    Navigation show off road information See Off Road Navigation, 74.
    Navigation show (first/second/third etc) way point map. See Way Points, 38 and 77.

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    Nav Manual, PG 85/86
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    POI COMMAND LIST
    A number of POI category commands are
    stored within the voice system and are shown
    below.
    Note: All commands shown in this table must
    be prefixed by saying Navigation e.g.
    Navigation Petrol.
    Petrol
    Parking
    Car Park
    Multistorey Car Park
    Town Centre
    City Centre
    Town Hall
    Exhibition Centre
    Convention Centre
    Community Centre
    Civic Centre
    University
    Higher Education
    College
    Hospital
    Park
    Park and Recreation
    Recreation
    Amusement Park
    Bowling Centre
    Bowling Alley
    Casino
    Cinema
    Golf Course
    Historical Monument
    Ice Skating Rink
    Ice Rink
    Museum
    Music Club
    Ski Resort
    Skiing
    Sports Centre
    Sports Complex
    Stadium
    Theatre
    Tourist Attraction
    Winery
    Vineyard
    Restaurant
    I’m Hungry
    Show Restaurant
    Chinese Restaurant
    Chinese Food
    Fast Food
    Fast Food Restaurant
    French Restaurant
    French Food
    Italian Restaurant
    Italian Food
    Japanese Restaurant
    Japanese Food
    Other Restaurant
    Other Food
    Shopping Centre
    Shops
    Airport
    Bus Station
    Ferry Port
    Ferries
    Hotel
    Park and Ride
    Rest Area
    Car Rental
    Freeway Service
    Railway Station
    Underground Station
    Train Station
     
  6. Carnut

    Carnut Guest

    0All mine ever says is sorry command not understood. Had it in once they changed the mic, still never works right. I just forget it is there.
     
  7. lr305

    lr305 Guest

    I have tried a couple of time, the system never understood what I said.
     
  8. alanmeyer

    alanmeyer Guest

    I originally thought that the voice rec. system worked well, but that was based on the demo during my test drive. I've sinced realized that it's not very usable by an average user. You need to learn the nuances of the system to get it to understand you properly (speak at the right volume, into the correct location, don't have your kids yelling at the same time, etc.)

    As far as I'm concerned, it's not a useful system, but it is a step in the right direction. In the next gen, I'd expect some significant improvements.

    -Alan
     
  9. Houm_WA

    Houm_WA Guest

    I don't think it's reasonable to expect the system to work while there is a significant amount of ambient noise (i.e., kids yelling, windows down on the freeway). That said, I think the system works just fine. If it doesn't understand you, trying messing with the settings. Try adjusting it to listen for the American female voice and let your wife/girlfriend/sister try it out. That would at least isolate the problem of being with the sytem or your voice. Maybe you voice is just in between those two octaves where the system cannot distinguish it. ...it may even work better for you in the American female mode. ??
     

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