Live caption feature in android devices was firstly announced for the Pixel phones, but OnePlus has also picked up this feature to provide in the OxygenOS software. It’s a new feature and a great feature that allows the users to analyze the caption through hearing the sound. You can hear the words through audio to follow every word by using the headphones by video recording. The benefit of the live caption is that when you are some kind of work when you can’t read but can hear. Simply hearing can be really helpful in the busy activity. Even if you can see clearly, you can still hear what is written by using the live caption feature.
One plus is already ready to provide new features. The segment of OnePlus phones are into flagship category, and that is why the company always try to provide all the necessary and new feature to the users as soon as possible. After Pixel devices, OnePlus is another device that has the same feature. OxygenOS have some incredible feature, and Live caption is now also included among all these features. It’s a default feature, and you don’t have to install any additional application for using this feature. The live caption feature is a really helpful feature and can be activated easily in OnePlus 8.
How to use Live Caption on OnePlus 8
- You can use the live caption feature anytime, all you need to tap on “Volume button” and click on “caption button,” which is located on the bottom side of the display, a volume controlling icon pop-up.
- Additionally, you can also add live caption slot on notification bar instantly from quick settings and disabling it or enabling it is easy to form there.
- That’s all you have to do, and once you do it, you can hear any type of audio on your phone. There a black screen window with the captions will begin with audio.
- The default running time of audio is of two lines, but you can expand the lines by tapping on the line twice or choose manually.
- You can also drag the following required caption, and if you drag it all the way down, so it will be dismissed, and the live caption will be turned off.
The live caption feature is always up for activating, but it is not that type of feature that can enable any time. Enabling it all the time will not much helpful. You should enable it when you want to read something, and there you can easily enable this feature for listening in audio. It is true that from the feature understanding could be way too easy; users don’t have to read the written things when they can hear. Simply you can hear it through speaker or headphones, and there will be no face of issues of this.
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