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Problem using Speech on iPhone
tomk last edited by omz
Speech example works well with iPad but not on iPhone. Is this a configuration problem?
import speech import time def finish_speaking(): # Block until speech synthesis has finished while speech.is_speaking(): time.sleep(0.1) # US English: speech.say('test ', 'en_US') finish_speaking() speech.say(' hello ', 'en_US') finish_speaking() speech.say('end test', 'en_US') finish_speaking() # Spanish: #speech.say('Hola mundo', 'es_ES') #finish_speaking() # German: #speech.say('Hallo Welt', 'de_DE') #finish_speaking()
ellie_ff1493 last edited by
What iOS is the phone?
omz last edited by
Sounds silly, but perhaps the mute switch is active on the iPhone?
The IOS is version 11.2.1
Not a silly question the volume is turned on to max.
dgelessus last edited by
@tomk The mute switch is separate from the volume. If your iPhone has a physical switch on the side, try switching that. If that switches the rotation lock, or if you don't have a physical switch at all, go into the Control Center (swipe up from the bottom of the screen) and tap on the bell icon to toggle the mute setting.
Thank you the mute switch was the problem