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Re: How do I turn of predictive texting for 6600
Just recently checked this post, but the answer for your question would be, to turn off predictive text input you just need to press the pound (#) key or number key twice quickly when you're writing a text message.
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Hi there, to use predictive text, you'll need to enable it in the keyboard settings of the phone.
When you go into settings, you can find language and input devices.
From there, you go to your selected input device, then into its settings, and enable predictive text.
I also highly recommend downloading a better keyboard from the android play store. Gokeyboard is one of my favourite keyboards, it's free, and it has great word prediction.
It also has a step by step "press next to continue" wizard to help you install it and set it as your default keyboard.
If you don't mind paying a little for a good keyboard, swiftkey is also an excellent keyboard and actually learns your typing habits to make your typing easier and quicker. It's not free, however, but is totally worth the price they ask.
it is the same key as to change case. If you press it repeatedly, it'll cycle through various options in the top right of the screen:
initial caps with predictive,
all caps predictive,
lower case predictive,
initial caps without predictive,
all caps without predictive,
lower case without predictive.
When T9 is not displayed, predictive text is off.
Just to spice things up, Samsung's idiotic software designers made it so that depending on the situation you're inputting text, the order that things cycle through is different, so you can't just press it a certain number of times to turn it off, you have to pay attention to the icon in the top right.