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Leaves space while typing txt message

When I type text message it leaves one space after every word say If Ihave to write I am going it will type as I a m g o i n g

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Perhaps that happens because u press the right side button of the d-pad after every letter u input.

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How to send a message with LG 350F i just get this new phone and I am lost


Hello Kafshar,

Open the phone and click the Menu button. Note the center keypad above the numerical keys can click up, down, left and right.

Click the center keypad left until you see the "Messaging" option.
Click "New Message."Click "Text Message."


Enter the telephone number of the person (or people) you wish to send the message to. You can also select people from your contact list by clicking "Add" and then clicking "From Contacts." Select the contacts you wish to text by clicking "Mark" and then click "Done" when everyone has been selected.

Click down until you are in the "Text" box. Type in the message you wish to send. Click "Send."

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  • 7 Click "Send."

  • Read more: How to Send a Text Message on a Verizon LG Phone ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4507209_send-text-message-verizon-lg.html#ixzz1SJrC2aPQ

  • 4 Click "TXT Msg."

  • Read more: How to Send a Text Message on a Verizon LG Phone ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4507209_send-text-message-verizon-lg.html#ixzz1SJpjpNht

  • 3 Click "New Msg."
  • 4 Click "TXT Msg."
  • 5 Enter the telephone number of the person (or people) you wish to send the message to. You can also select people from your contact list by clicking "Add" and then clicking "From Contacts." Select the contacts you wish to text by clicking "Mark" and then click "Done" when everyone has been selected.
  • 6 Click down until you are in the "Text" box. Type in the message you wish to send.
  • 7 Click "Send."

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  • 2 Click the center keypad left until you see the "Messaging" option.
  • 3 Click "New Msg."
  • 4 Click "TXT Msg."
  • 5 Enter the telephone number of the person (or people) you wish to send the message to. You can also select people from your contact list by clicking "Add" and then clicking "From Contacts." Select the contacts you wish to text by clicking "Mark" and then click "Done" when everyone has been selected.
  • 6 Click down until you are in the "Text" box. Type in the message you wish to send.
  • 7 Click "Send."

  • Read more: How to Send a Text Message on a Verizon LG Phone ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4507209_send-text-message-verizon-lg.html#ixzz1SJpK1pFN

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