Many users have reported that the voice output from Android contains an "Oh" before every comma. How annoying is that? Fortunately Reddit user Jay-jay1 has found a solution to this annoying problem. This quick fix should make your "oh" problem disappear.
If you dictate a comma to your phone every time (for example, "Thanks, comma, I'll be there in a minute"), the word is "Oh." This guide was inserted before the comma in a mysterious way (e .g "Thanks Oh, I'll be right there").
Android is not perfect, and you can tell by some of the little mistakes we find. Fortunately, when we find these bugs, there are often quick fixes that fix the problem. The speech to text "Oh" bug is one such case where a single step can make it disappear. You can try all the desired setting changes, but only one fixes this bug.
Fixing the Oh / Comma Error
Open your Settings app and tap the search box at the top of the screen. Enter "Language & Input" and select the best result. Find and tap the keyboard of your choice, ours is Gboard.
Now select "Voice Typing" in your keyboard settings. If you do not use Gboard, this setting may have a different name. However, check the options until you find a menu with voice input or voice-to-text settings on your keyboard.
On the language settings page, tap Languages. When the Language dialog box appears, search for "English (general)" and select it. You can leave your regional English setting turned on (for example, English – United States). However, make sure that the general English language is also activated. When you are done, click on the "Save" button.
Now test your new and improved, oh error-free speech in text. You will notice that the error "before the comma" no longer occurs.