1. JB029's Avatar
    I like having the "Hey, Siri" function turned on because it's really helpful when I'm driving, but my son's name is Harry and whenever I say "Yes Harry" (which is quite a lot really) Siri thinks I'm talking to her. Any ideas on how to teach her the difference? or edit the Hey Siri function to some other trigger?

    Thanks
    05-11-2017 02:30 PM
  2. firedept10's Avatar
    Welcome to iMore.

    My suggestion would be to try asking Siri in a different way. Rephrase your statement. Unfortunately Siri can not be edited.
    05-11-2017 02:36 PM
  3. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    I like having the "Hey, Siri" function turned on because it's really helpful when I'm driving, but my son's name is Harry and whenever I say "Yes Harry" (which is quite a lot really) Siri thinks I'm talking to her. Any ideas on how to teach her the difference? or edit the Hey Siri function to some other trigger?

    Thanks
    Try going through its voice recognition procedure again. Disable the Hey Siri option in the settings, wait about a minute, and then re-enable it. You should be prompted to go to through the voice recognition process.
    05-11-2017 07:32 PM
  4. JB029's Avatar
    Thanks :-) I did the voice recognition thing again and just changed my pronunciation of Siri slightly, then said "Yes Harry" a few times and it doesn't seem confused any more. Hopefully this works out :-)
    05-11-2017 09:04 PM

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