The T9 on my phone has decided to start guessing the word "Tif" first, instead of the more commonly used "the". Is there any way to force the T9 to guess the word "the" first, when 843 is pressed on the keypad? I tried "adding" "the" as a word with the add function, but it didn't change anything. It has accepted additions in the past, so perhaps the dictionary is full. Can I reset that? Is there a link to some insight or instructions on this issue? Thank you very much!
If you have accidentally saved a word into the T9 dictionary (ie, "IS" comes up with "47" or "Get" comes up with "HDU", you can teach the dictionary to revert back to the original word.
What you have to do is..... create a new text message, enter the text that is annoying, (ie, "IS"). When you type the word and it comes up with the annoying one, select the word that you wanted and enter a space, and do it again and again - you can do this in the same text message - it can take up to 20 goes but eventually, the dictionary recognises that you actually wanted "IS".
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It all depends on the model of Samsung that you have.earlier i had samsung SGH-E730, when I write text messages I can opt whether i want regular
typing, predictive text, numbers, or punctuation. Once I am in the
"Create message" screen, this is controlled by the topmost left hand
button. Pressing it switches from normal typing (icon is a capital A,
followed by Eng) to predictive text (icon is a stylized T9, again
followed by Eng), to numbers (icon is 1) to punctuation (icon is #/).
for sending text messages :
1. call to your network operator customer care 2. request the message center number... 3.note it down 4. go to message settings>message center number 5. insert the number which is noted by you and save it
this solves your messaging problem ... Good luck
Start to create a message as normal
On the bottom of the screen is an orange box,touch it
On the right press the 123 box
In there press T9 Abc and then you can start texting
The Aa in black below the 8 is what you press to change the word you entered,
beside that is the space bar
I ran into this problem as well, and it is extremely annoying. I just lived with it for the longest time and then I finally decided to go looking for a solution. That came to a quick end when I found the Samsung FAQ and it said that there is no way to delete words from the predictive dictionary. However, that got me thinking. If it's predictive, can I teach the predictive to write the correct word? The answer is YES! Open a blank text message, don't worry about a number just go to the text entry portion. Type out the word and press zero to change it to the correct word instead of the numbers. Do this 10-20 times IN A ROW and then the phone will recognize the right word as being most used and change it back to that.
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.