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There is a setting that turns this on or off. For that phone it may be called t9 or predictive. to turn it off you go the text entry screen press ABC (bottom left corner, push upper left button)....Scroll to any other option beside T-9 or Itap (that's the predictive text) then press okay.
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You may choose the 'input method' between 'Moto Input Method' and 'Multi-touch Keyboard'. Please visit 'settings' followed by 'Language and Keyboard Settings' and choose the one which makes it easy for you.
First, hit the 'Message' button in the upper-left -hand corner. Select 'New Message'. Select 'New Short Msg'. An empty screen for inserting text will now be displayed. At this point press the top middle button (the one with the line on it like this -). Now the 'Message Menu' should be displayed. Scroll down to 'Entry Setup' & select it. Press the 'Change' button in the upper-right-hand corner when 'Primary Setup' is highlighted. Scroll down to 'TAP English' and select it. Now you are done. ('I TAP English is the setting for predivtive'. 'TAP English is the setting for manual').
Go to Messages -->Create-->SMS/EMS-->the message multiline appears . Now press the round button in the centre of directional keys, this will take you to message editor. Now go to Entry set up . In the Primary setup select TAP english and in the secondary set up select TAP English.