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Samsung Galaxy S24's AI in-call translation

(Topic created on: 02-14-2024 08:21 PM)
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smokin
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Live Translate on the Galaxy s24 series is one of several AI features Samsung added to its new phones, and the one that could expand your world the most. Instead of struggling with a phrase book, or even existing on-phone translation, the S24 instead offers a more natural way to hold a translated conversation.
Even better, you only need one user to have an S24 to make the Live Translate feature work. It doesn’t matter if you’re making or answering the call either, it’s a snap to enable live translate and start talking. You can even save settings on a per-contact basis so you can be ready for your next talk with your overseas colleague, or with hospitality staff on your vacation.

There is some work to do before you start chatting in other languages via Samsung's AI, though. So allow us to take you through the initial set-up and your first Live Translate call on Galaxy S24 in this guide

1. Open the Phone app's settings

Tap the three-dot menu in the top right corner, then select Settings.

2. Open and enable the Live Translate mode

Live Translate is at the top of the settings menu, so should be easy to spot. If you've not used it before, you'll have an orange dot next to it like we do here.

Once you're in the Live Translate menu itself, toggle the slider to enable Live Translate.

3. Set your chosen languages

Pick your language and that of the other speaker. This can be adjusted later if needed. You may also need to wait if you select a language you've not already used with Galaxy AI, since the phone will need to download that language pack in order to do the translation on-device.

4. Adjust other settings if needed

Pick a male or female voice, how fast that voice speaks and if you want to mute the untranslated voice of you or your conversation partner during the call.

You can also set certain language combinations to automatically apply with certain contacts.

5. Start Live translate for a call

you're making the call, tap the Call assist button above the main grid of options, then select Live Translate. The translation screen will appear, waiting for you to start the conversation.
you're answering instead, tap Call Assist between the answer and decline buttons, then Live Translate. You'll then pick up the call automatically, and be taken to the same screen as above.
3 Comments
Zammi
Active Level 8
Galaxy S
Unfortunately Arabic support will not be available in the foreseeable future.
smokin
Active Level 7
Galaxy S
Ur right bro wish it will be added soon they are working on it
Umarshaiq
Active Level 7
Galaxy S
Great looking forward