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It may perhaps be that the Thai voice has to be female - if they did not record (or transcribe digitally, etc.) a male speaking the Thai language.
But try going into
Language & input
and tap on the Settings icon next to
"Google text-to-speech engine"
then, under installing voice data, select male voice instead of female voice.
If there is not Google Voice male Thai voice available, then you may possibly be able to find another translator that will translate to Thai in a male voice... let me know if that is what you need help with, and I will search for such an alternative.
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I suggest that to get the full gamut of Thai voice selections that are possible, you may need to remove the current install of Google Voice completely
then restart your device as follows:
1. shut it down.
2. wait 5 or more minutes.
3. start it up afresh.
then install Google Voice with a male voice as the default, and perhaps also in Thai as the language chosen. This is something of a guess, but might help with the selections for male voice in Thai actually showing up.
Alternatively, just try changing the voice selection to Thai-Male (as it were), then restart your device after saving those changes, without trying them out. The restart may perhaps joggle the change in setting into place and get it activated.
Try these two possible routes to a solution (and perhaps I should have mentioned the second one first, since it is shorter to try first.) Then let me know how it goes, please.
OK. I hope the more elaborated approach works.
And yes, the whole app that runs the Translate function. If that means *all* Google apps, so be it, but I doubt that's needed.