Android Enthusiasts Asked on January 6, 2022
I’ve got a Moto G running KitKat and am having an issue where the Voice Dialler (I think that’s what it’s called) opens up when the phone is in my pocket, locked.
I have no idea how it is happening.. I presume there is some combination of buttons you can press to open it, and these are getting pressed in my pocket. I regularly have headphones plugged in to the phone, so it is perhaps related to that.
My question is, how is this Voice Dialler app opening and how can I disable it? I haven’t installed any third party app so I presume it’s a part of Google Now, or some Motorola app that came with the phone…?
I haven’t been able to get a screenshot, but the app opens and a voice prompts me to say a name or phone number to dial.. Very annoying as it cuts off Spotify and I have to unlock the phone and hit the play button again.
Its a pretty useless app if you don't use it (forever). So what you can do is disable it. Go through
Settings>Apps/App Manager>All>Voice Dialler>Disable. Thats it. You can enable it again if you wish when needed.
Answered by MANI on January 6, 2022
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