You may have heard of Samsung’s latest device, the Galaxy S4 – a 130 gram smartphone with a 5-inch Super AMOLED display, air gestures, a camera that records HD video and images simultaneously, and an improved S Voice assistant (something like Siri).
It will be launched in the United States on May 1st with T-Mobile, but the great news is that you don’t have to wait until then to try the S Voice feature, because someone has managed to take it out of the handset’s firmware and decided to put it on the Internet for everyone to give it a go.
It’s important to mention that this may not work on each and every smartphone, due to the fact that the compatibility is constrained to the type of software your device is running.
The S Voice app may or may not load on an HTC for example, but if you own a Samsung product, this may be your lucky day – the feature is said to work on a wide range of smartphones from the South Korean company’s lineup, according to SamMobile, who got hold of the APK file.
Here’s How To Do It:
Go to the settings section of your phone and tap on the “Security” box to enable the installation of apps from “unknown” sources.
Download the S Voice app from this website, directly onto your device.
1. Go to settings and uncheck the “Security” box again to avoid the risk of threats.
2. Find the S Voice APK on your downloads.
3. Once you do, open it.
4. Let the installation take place.
5. Once the process has finished, you can now access to the S Voice feature by tapping on the home button twice.
That’s it! What do you think? Is it working for you? Let us know in the comment section below.