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Re: I want to switch off predictive text
Yes. press the # key on the phone during txt writing to toggle the mode on and off. you can also go to the option list during txt writing and find anything relating to "dictionary" or "predictive txt" that should help
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Press the Centre key Scroll to Messages, press "Select" Scroll
to Create message, press "Select" Scroll to the text input
field, press "Options" Scroll to Predictive text on or Predictive
text off, press "Select".
The usual way for most phones is to start to create a new message and hold down the hash key (#-find under number 9), this will usually switch predictive texteing. Or start a new msg, open up menu options and search for T9 or predicitive texting in there.
Go to 'Create new Message' and move down into the text box.
Press and hold the * [star] key for about 2 seconds and the format should change to predictive text and remain that way. if you want to change the letter case press the * key very briefly.
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.