Voice Phone (Swedish)

by Renman Mattias

Version 42 (May 23, 2021)

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Both answer or call without touching or looking at the phone, using voice control in Swedish.

When the phone calls, answer by saying "Ja" eller "Nej" (Yes or No in Swedish). Answer after a short ring signal and the caller has been annouced, replacing your standard ring signal.

Make a call by saying an arbitrary hotword to wake up the phone, followed by a polite request in swedish to call a number or someone in your contact book. Then confirm with "Ja" or "Nej" (Yes or No in Swedish) whether the right person will be called. 

If you include the word "Hjälp" (Help in Swedish) somewhere in your request the assistant will give just a little more instructions and feedback but will otherwise stay as silent as possible.

A phone with a good quality speakerphone is recommended. If you prefer stationary use, a computer speaker may be connected to the 3,5 mm earplug jack. 

Stationary use is recommended for clear, loud and echo cancelled voice controlled phone calls.

In case the generic hotword recogniser in this app doesn't work on your phone model, the Hotword plugin by Jolan Rensen may be installed from google play and manually configured in blocks no 3311 and 3053. These blocks are the first blocks shown when you edit this flow.

Get the Hotword plugin [Tasker Plugin] at google play:

A button mapper app like "Button Mapper Pro" by Aaron Segaert may also be installed from google play in case a physical button on your phone is preferred.

If your phone model will allow it, calls are hung up automatically if the phone is left silent after at least 1 minute of active use. Shorter calls or calls from phones which do not allow recording the sound level during a call, may need to be ended with a physical button press on your phone by connecting the start flow (using a "Button Mapper" app) to a physical phone button. A regular beep will then remind me to hang up the call manually.

Also clear user instructions are available by pushing the button twice when the phone is idle. If pushing when the phone is calling, the call will be answered.

To make calls as simple as possible, the used phone volumes are automatically raised to full volume when the phone starts any call. The volume may be changed between calls, but not muted. 

The ring signal may need to be replaced with a silent ring signal in the phones sound settings to hear the caller information read out loud. Otherwise some phones doesn't mute the ring signal.

A Samsung XCover 4s was used during final testing. 

Android 10 is recommended.

To my grandma Ingegärd for inspiring and encouraging me to do this flow and for the prayers of my mother. To many of you on this site for sharing your flows and helping me put together this. To NetOnNet Göteborg for helping me test a few phones. I cannot mention all your names, but thanks.