HTC Android – Disable keyboard voice input

For those with an Android smartphones you should be familiar with the ‘voice input’ button on the keyboard.


Whilst the feature works quite well, unfortunately for most it becomes a nuisance when accidentally pressed – loading the ‘speak now’ window and interrupting the message you were typing.

If you would prefer this feature to be disabled this can be done quite easily by following the steps below. These steps detail how to disable the voice input keyboard feature (also known as Google voice typing) on an HTC Android smartphone but may also work for other Android based devices.

How to disable voice input on HTC keyboard

  1.  From the home page, click on the phones menu button and select ‘Settings’
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  3. Scroll down to the ‘Personal’ section and click on ‘Language & keyboard’
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  5. Untick the ‘Google voice typing’ option
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  7. and you’re done – the voice typing feature is now disabled, the keyboard button is replaced with an icon which represents the keyboard input language
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2 comments on “HTC Android – Disable keyboard voice input

  1. how do I turn off google voice is very annoying. I have a ZTE Android version 10, z5156cc, from consumer cellular. just bought this phone…help!

  2. I have tried this method to disable voice typing, but at Google voice typing, it shows automatic and has no option to delete. if I go to Manage Keyboard, Google typing is not highlighted and has no option to turnoff. My phone is a Ulephone

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