With the development of the Pixel series models and the maintenance of the Android operating system, Google’s “eccentricity” of the former in terms of exclusive functionality is palpable to all.
As a result, there are many features of these exclusive features that make other OEMs and third-party ROM greedy, such as Call Screen, which appeared on stage with Pixel 31 last year. With simple voice-to-text (TTS) features and Google Assistant,call Screen, you can help us answer questions in advance when it’s not convenient for us to answer calls, ask each other about their intentions, and the answers will not only appear in text in the call interface, Google Assistant also provides a one-click Reply button based on the content stated by the other party.
As a “Google Fans” that holds a Pixel device but lives in the country, when Google pushes its cool call Screen feature to its own model, I can obviously only gawk: admittedly, call Screen Be able to help us filter out nuisance calls that we don’t want to take in the first place like a close secretary, regardless of country or region, but it always feels weird when we use it in a country where the main language is not English.
Like Google Assistant, call Screen does not support Simplified Chinese. So while call Screen has great potential for me to receive at least two nuisance calls a day, most people almost want to hang up after hearing the impassioned “hi” of Google Assistant-The harassment phone is fine,
The strange phone that really has something to do with it doesn’t treat me like an international scam number. I already thank God. Want the Chinese version of Call Screen’s desire, from the first time I felt the magic of this feature has been quietly budding in the bottom of my heart. And lately I’ve found a solution that thinks it’s good.
A way to customize the greeting above in any language or content.
Step 1: Prepare a warm greeting First of all, take a leave of absence want you to be able to use the above call Screen function in the country, in response to your actual needs, in the heart of the most want Google Assistant to help you answer the phone when the most want to say the sentence.
Adjust the speed and tone and download it down.
This voice file is then converted to the. opus format with any local or online tool (sorry this tutorial only recognizes this format). When the conversion is complete, we throw this recorded “Welcome language. opus” file into the phone’s internal storage for backup. ” Greetings are ready to complete.
Step 2: Necessary prerequisites and configuration conditions
The Chinese version of the call Screen greeting, which is ready to greet the nuisance phone and does not cause distress to others, then we have to do some additional confirmation work that will allow the tutorial to proceed smoothly, specifically, in the next steps we require:
1. Your device is root
2. Your device can and has turned on the call Screen feature
The first requirement does not need to say much, the second requirement is not really harsh, just to ensure that:
Your device is supported (such as Google Pixel or a third-party model that brushes special ROM such as Pixel experience)
The system’s preferred language is English
Google accounts logged on to the device are U.S. accounts and the network is positioned in the U.S. region (available through tools such as Locationreportenabler) The latest version of Google Dial-up apps is installed.
You can find and turn on call Screen in the settings of the dial-up app.
When you open it, try making a phone call, and if the dialed party can hear the English at the beginning of the article “hi”, then we can proceed to the next step.
Step 3: Replace Congratulations on welcoming you to the last step of this tutorial, replacing.
The idea is simple, using our own “Welcome language. opus” file instead of call Screen default English prompt. Navigate to the/data/data/com.google.android.dialer/files/superpacks/call_screen_audio_messages directory with any app that supports root file management for easy writing,
Hereinafter referred to as catalogue I. Here we can see a lot of folders named in the digital _en-us_cloud-en-us-wavenet-x_ encoding format, each with a. Opus audio file named after folder encoding.
You’re right, some of these files are what we’re going to replace with homemade audio-the key to the problem is how to locate the paragraph we’re going to replace.
Let’s first set the directory aside and go to directory Two, also located in the Superpacks directory, where the full path to directory two is/data/data/com.google.android.dialer/files/superpacks/manifests. Use the text editor to open the Call_screen_audio_messages-1 file in Directory II, where we can see that call_screen_audio_messages-1 indexes all the statements used by call screen:
The next thing to do is simple:
In call_screen_audio_messages-1, use “hi, the person” for the keyword “text” to find
Remember the file name of the “Name” line in the lookup result segment
Go back to directory one, search and locate with the file name above, open the corresponding folder, and use the homemade “welcome language. opus” Replace the original voice in the folder
The replacement process does not require any additional file read and Write permission settings It is important to note that in the call_screen_audio_messages-1 to “hi, the person” for the keyword search may get 3~4 results, these results in the table of contents have a correspondence, it is recommended to replace all; When replacing an audio file, be sure to ” Welcome. The file name of the opus”is modified to the original file name of call Screen (you may wish to make good use of copy and paste).