Execute AutoVoice commands from another device

  • install AutoVoice on your Android device
  • select the “Devices” option under “Remote Voice” and make sure your device appears on the list
  • setup any AutoVoice commands on your phone. Follow instructions here if you’re having trouble.

Send from PC, Mac, Linux

  • Install the AutoVoice Chrome Extension and follow the on-screen prompts
  • Optionally open extension options (right-click AutoVoice icon on the top right->options) and select the options you want there
  • Say a command to your PC’s microphone
  • Command will be sent to the devices you selected in the options

Send from Another Android Device

  • In the “AutoVoice Recognize” action in Tasker, set the “Remote Devices” field to the devices you want to execute the command on
  • when you say a command it will be executed on the remote devices you selected instead of the device you’re on

Tips and tricks

  • In the Chrome extension you can set any expression you want to wake up the voice recognizer like “Ok chrome” or “hey buddy”. Anything 🙂
  • If you don’t set a wake up expression, anything you say will be sent as a command
  • While in chrome you can left-click the AutoVoice extension icon to start listening
  • While in chrome you can press Ctrl+Shift+L to start listening
  • You can directly execute a voice command on another device on Android by going into AutoVoice->Devices and clicking on a device.
  • You can also create a “Recognize” shortcut on your home screen to do the same
  • In the “AutoVoice Recognized” condition in Tasker you have a new “Source” filter, so you can set it to only trigger if the command came from Chrome for example