By nidhin

2015-02-21 16:16:55 8 Comments

When my phone is not connected to internet, voice search is showing "Can't reach Google at the moment" message and voice search is not working. It is working perfectly with internet connection.

The settings shows that it has English(UK) and English(US) as two downloaded languages for offline recognition. I have an android phone running JellyBean 4.2.2 in it. I think my OS version and RAM size (2 GB) supports voice recognition as mentioned in this answer.

Any idea how this can be solved?


@Andio 2016-09-16 13:58:13

This worked for me: "Change primary language to match the offline language pack (if US then US, if UK then UK). The offline language packs are limited. Andriod should have language variants fall back to the generic instead of failing, but in this version it didn't."

@vicky 2015-10-01 15:25:11

select english(US) as default language, select this only uncheck all others,see if it works i tried and solved it

@mdabrowski89 2015-03-08 12:11:44

Voice search works in offline mode in Android Lolipop. In previous version you can use offline voice recognition only for writing messages (after click microphone icon on Android on screen keyborad).

Also be sure that your Google application is up to date:

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