Question about LG VX8300 Cellular Phone
I just got a phone from a friend and everything he's every typed in a txt msg has been stored in memory. So when I scroll thru the words on t9 it takes forever to get to the word I'm looking for. How do I delete learned words from the t9 memory?
You cant do it yourself as the phone is programmed to store these to memory the only way you can do this is take it to phone repair shop and ask them to reset the phone they should do thid for about 5 pound make sure that you save all your no and messages you want cus when they reset it you will lose all this info unless it is saved onto the sim itself but if you have to write e verything down you can buy the flash lead yourself but getting the programme is the hard bit so i would take it to a small phone shop not one of the bigger names cus they charge to much goto a market stall or a small phone shop they will do this for you hope this helps.................
Posted on Oct 30, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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