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Why will it not work? I bought a Motorola Roadster 2 for my truck and have a LG430G Tracfone, I want to use the voice recognition feature and can't seam to get it to work is it a setting on the phone

I have followed the instructions as stated and the unit works well on everything except the voice recognition, what am I doing wrong?

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Does it work for voice recognition with only the phone? I can't speak for the functions of the phone. The phone has to be capable.

Page 5/6 talk to limitations of the phone.

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Posted on Feb 15, 2015

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