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Auto completion of text messaging

Hello i have this cell phone and i used to write text messages slowly and deliberately (pardon my spelling) but now, the auto completion of messages has come on and i do not know how to turn it off. i know it seems weird but i hate the auto text complete. i have already tried reseting the factory settings and it did not work. please someone help.

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Hi,

I am assuming you are refering to T9. To turn it off you need to do the following:

When in new message screen.
Press the right soft key and a list of modes should appear.
Pick ABC mode for regular typing.

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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