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Text messages when using dictionary as a writing tool for text messages what button changes the word???Or do i need to create them with the T9 function????

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U hav to press on the part of the screen where ur typing till a faint down arrow comes there. press that and change the word. if the word is not there you must create it in the t9 function. to create a word from scratch press on the part of the screen where your typing a few times and the press options then press create word.

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How do i set predictive text on samsung m8800

Follow the below mentioned method, also see the advantages of T9 dictionary :
Check your manual to learn more about text messaging
Check your cell phone's user manual to see if your cell phone has the T9 function. While most new phones contain this function, if you have an older phone, you'll want to check to be certain. Look under the Text Messaging section in the manual.
Enable T9 for easy texting
Enable the T9 setting on your cell phone. Some phone require that you enable this function. Check under your cell phone's Options menu and also under the text messaging options. Depending on your cell phone, you may be able to set T9 as the default method of text input or you may have to toggle the text input functions to choose T9 for every text message. Generally, the toggle key will be your asterisk key. Again, check your cell phone's manual for more information.
Choose your language and other preferences for T9 texting
Pick your T9 preferences. Your T9 function may allow you to set several preferences. The most typical preference is language, and you also may able to set whether you want your cell phone to use T9 for word completion only or to predict which word you will type next. You may also be able to set the "delay" - the amount of time before your T9 function changes the letters you are typing to what it thinks they should be. Again, try your Options or Preferences menus in the text messaging module of your cell phone or consult your cell phone's manual. You will want to try different set-ups to determine which works best for you and your style of text messaging.
T9 gives you more then one way to select the right word for your text message
Type your text message, toggling for T9 if your phone requires it. Once the T9 function is enabled or toggled, simply type the word you want. Do not be concerned if the letters do not appear correctly when you first start typing the word - they will correct themselves when you finish typing the word, as long as you spell it correctly. Your phone may offer a drop-down menu with word suggestions as you type. If your word shows up, scroll down and select it if you wish or continue typing your word. If your phone does not offer a drop-down menu, and the word that you type is not the word that you wanted, press the Down arrow key on your cell phone and another word will show up. Keep pressing the Down arrow until your word shows up. When you have the word you want, use the space function to continue typing.
Add your own text expressions to T9
Add your own words to the T9 function. The T9 function comes with an extensive dictionary, but you can add your own words or abbreviations, too. Again, you may have to dig around the Options or Preferences section in the text messaging module of your phone. Once you find it, simply type and add your own special words or expressions to have them at your fingertip when you text.
Use T9 to express yourself in your own unique way!

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How do i switch off predictive text on my motorola v3?

go to create message or write messages in your mobile. go to options and search for t9 dictionary or prediction option. after finding it choose off in that. thank you sir

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How do I delete auto text words from dictionery Samsung GT 8300

No, u cannot delete the auto text word from the build-in dictionary function name T9, but u can disable this auto text mode.
When open a new text message, just press the icon ABC to change the mode to ABC, T9 or number.

YBC (/\)

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Text message function seems to be in some automatic word mode.

hi you are using the T9 dictionary on your phone to change settingsfollow these steps

1. go to messages
2. create new message
mow on the top left u will see a prcil with2 lies and abc written this means u are using the automatic dictionary function to change it press # button till u only see apencil and abc and no lines
now u can manually type words.

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Samsung SGH-c225 predictive text malfunction

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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Text message input

Try this:
Go to your phone MENU then into your Messaging ->Text and into the Create new/Compose new is go to the Options/More and Deactivate or turn your T9 dictionary OFF....Or go to where your T9 dictionary is doing this, you have prevented the shorthand popups to appear while typing messages...I hope I have provided you the right solution regarding this problem.if you have further questions,just post it here or you can ask me directly...Good luck!
A rate from you will be much appreciated...thanks.....

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Reset the T9 text dictionary

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.

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Changing language so i can text message

open a creat new tex message options and look for somethin like edit T9 dictionary, input language input type failing this come out of the thx message to messages and find settings and repeat above

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Unable to turn off t9 dictionary

try to hold the # button, or press it a few times durring the text message - it should flip from t9 to standard and maybe even symobls.

or else go into your message, being a new message then go to options - you should see some option change from t9 etc.

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Predicted text messaging

select msgs/more/scroll to writing options/dictionary (T9)

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