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Turning off T9 dictionary

I want to know, how T9 dictionary is turned off.

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Re: Turning off T9 dictionary

It's the asterisk key (*) - had the same problem on the E250 I just bought :)

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Hello i want to know how t9 dictionary is turned off the model is samsung 880i. Thank u for the answer

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Re: Turning off T9 dictionary

Its ether the # or the * button you hold in for a few seconds

Posted on Mar 03, 2008

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if ur using a sony ericccon mobile and u dont wanna use T9 should press and hold * button to go to normal mode.Then u wont be getting ur "word not in dictionary" message.
Or if u wanna avoid that message and still use T9...u gotta add the missing word into ur dictionary.
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u should try this one
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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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