Trying to text your friend about your #$%&ing frustrations only results in more #$%&ing frustration, since Android blocks swear words from all voice commands. Here's how to turn that annoying feature off.You can do a ton with voice-to-text, unless it involves swearing, which Google turns into hash marks (####) out of the box. However, we just discovered that if you head into Settings > Voice Input & Output > Voice Recognizer Settings, you can merely uncheck the "Block Offensive Words" box. Now, your Android phone will cooperate with your potty mouth and you can get on sharing your curses with the world.
Stop Android's Voice-To-Text From Blocking Swear Words
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