Siri sounds robotic after changing her language and back?

alexnewtron

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Original poster
Sep 22, 2012
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I was messing with the settings and I changed Siri's language settings to Spanish. After realizing I can't speak Spanish I changed her back to English (United States) and now she doesn't sound like the Siri I'm used to. She sounds more robotic and no emotion.

I'm on iPhone 5 with iOS 6.0

Is there something I missed?
 

richmds

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Sep 30, 2012
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Siri gets that way when you reject her for another foreign speaking one and then want her back.
 

lelisa13p

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Mar 6, 2009
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Atlanta, GA USA
I was messing with the settings and I changed Siri's language settings to Spanish. After realizing I can't speak Spanish I changed her back to English (United States) and now she doesn't sound like the Siri I'm used to. She sounds more robotic and no emotion.

I'm on iPhone 5 with iOS 6.0

Is there something I missed?
LOL :D Maybe the fact that you "can't speak Spanish"?

Sorry, I had to say it. :) Call Apple and ask them what to do?
 

Mliii

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Jan 28, 2006
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Siri gets that way when you reject her for another foreign speaking one and then want her back.
Now THAT'S funny!:D
I changed Siri from US English to Australian English and then back again. I think at first, she was a bit mad at me and was kind of, well, 'robotic'...but I must have done something right because she now sounds like her old, semi-robotic self!:p
 

sundog925

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Dec 19, 2011
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I wish Lee, the Australian voice on the mac, was available on the iPhone. Then i can pretend siri is a gay man lol.
 
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