Last Updated on May 17, 2023 by Bestusefultips
Do you want to use Google live transcribe in your Google Pixels? Here’s how to turn on live transcribe on Google Pixel 6 Pro/Pixel 6/Pixel 6a/Pixel 5/Pixel 5. You can change live transcribe settings like text size, audio & language, save transcription, delete history, and more. If your phone has installed this app, you can download and install the Live Transcribe & Notification app here.
What is Live Transcribe on Pixel 6?
The live transcribe feature converts speech to text on your screen automatically. It uses your phone’s microphone to capture the speech and converts it into text, which is then a real-time view on the screen. You can type responses on the screen while viewing the transcription, get alerted when your name is spoken, and search within transcriptions.
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How to Enable and Use Google Live Transcribe on Pixel Phone
Follow the below-given steps to enable live transcribe on a Google Pixel.
Step 1: Swipe up from the bottom to open the App drawer and tap the Settings app.
Step 2: Scroll down and tap on Accessibility.
Step 3: Scroll and tap Live Transcribe in the captions section.
Step 4: Tap on Open Live Transcribe.
You can set save or don’t save the language and other settings.
Step 5: Now, speak the words you want to transcribe in your Pixel.
How to Change Live Transcribe Shortcut in Google Pixel
Step 1: Go to Phone Settings.
Step 2: Tap on Accessibility.
Step 3: Tap on Live Transcribe.
Step 4: Tap the Live Transcribe shortcut.
Below given, two options appear.
Tap the Accessibility button: You can access the button or gesture quickly.
Hold volume keys: Press & hold both volume keys.
Step 5: Choose from the Tap accessibility button or Hold volume keys and tap on Save.
How to Set Accessibility Button or Gesture to Use Live Transcribe on Google Pixel
Settings > Accessibility > Live Transcribe > Live Transcribe shortcut > Tap on More options in Tap accessibility button > Adjust the settings you want.
You can change text size, show the icon on the app list, change primary or secondary language, add custom words or phrases that aren’t in the dictionary, enable or disable save transcription, show sound labels, delete history, and more.
How to Change Live Transcribe Settings on Google Pixel
Step 1: Go to Settings.
Step 2: Scroll down and tap Accessibility.
Step 3: Tap Live Transcribe.
Step 4: Tap Open Live Transcribe.
Step 5: Tap the Settings gear icon at the bottom left corner.
Step 6: Tap More Settings.
You can see below given Google Live Transcribe settings on your Pixel phone.
Google Live Transcribe settings include increasing or decreasing text size, theme, show icons in the app list, microphone, primary language, secondary language, offline transcriptions, add custom words or phrases, enable transcription history, delete transcription history, show sound labels, vibrate when a name is spoken, and more.
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How to Turn Off Live Transcribe in Pixel 6, 6 Pro, 6a, 5, 5a 5G
Settings > Accessibility > Live Transcribe > Toggle off the Live Transcribe shortcut.
Pull down the notification panel at the top and tap Live Transcribe to turn it on/off.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Does Pixel 6 Have Live Captions?
Yes, you can use live captions on your Pixel 6 series to automatically generate captions for the speech on your phone. Using the volume control button, you can enable or disable live caption in your Pixels. Make sure to enable live caption in the volume button to turn live caption on & off using the volume key.
How do I Enable Live Translation in Pixel 6?
To enable live translation in Pixel 6, go to Settings and tap on System. Tap Live Translate and toggle on Use live translate in your Pixels. Now, set the language you want to translate the speech. It will help to detect the other languages and shows you translations.
Do you still have questions about turning on live transcribe on your Google Pixels? Share your thoughts on the live transcribe feature in the comment box below.