Question about LG enV VX9900 Cellular Phone
Whenever I enter the ( sign it always finishes something else, one time i put something in parentheses and now every time i try to make a frown face, on the qwerty keyboard not the outside, it writes everything that i did have in parentheses. is there anyway to delete that?
The solution to this faulty autocomplete is to turn text entry mode from "Word" to either "Abc" or "ABC"
Here's how to change this problem.
1. Flip open your phone and hit the left soft key to go to "Message"
2. Hit the left soft key again to go to "Settings"
3. Hit "1" or click "OK" to specify "All Msg"
4. Hit "5" to specify "Entry Mode"
5. Choose "Abc" or "ABC" and hit "OK"
This is great if you use your Qwerty all the time, but if you need to be discrete and not flip open your phone and use the front keypad and "Word" text function, you'll be "ABC"ing your message like a noob.
LG needs to fix this software glitch, because if the phone is flipped open, it is supposed to default to "abc". There needs to be a text entry specifaction setting for both "front" and "main" or "flipped open".
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
Sounds like a software issue, good luck with that, if its warrantied, take it in.
Make sure you diidnt hit the Symbol key twice in a row, that tends to lock it in place, allthough if that was the case then you would be getting symble all the time.
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