Is there a way to delete unwanted character strings from the T9 word list? I have seen some work-arounds that may or may not work and I called Samsung (once). The customer service rep didn't know and she put me on hold to ask and got no answer. Am I loading these somehow? E.g. I want "you" and get "yov." When I scroll through the options suggested for the 9-6-8 key combination, I see "wou," "wov," "wot," and "wou;" 2-8 for "at" gives me "28" and the options in the word list are seemingly all of the combinations available for 2-8-a-b-c-t-u-v. Very frustrating.
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Trash would be anything that you delete that comes from people you get email from. Junk would be like junk mail...unwanted or spam emails. Usually junk/spam email deletes instantly so you cannot retrieve it if you make a mistake. Trash usually deletes in 30 days. Some email servers allow you to change those settings as well
if you're receiving junk mail from a legitimate source, they will always include an "unsubscribe" link in the fine print at the bottom of the message somewhere. click that. often you can reply to unwanted messages with the words "unsubscribe" or "remove" in the subject line to be removed from the mailing list. if the messages are pure span, you can block the sender with your e-mail client (e.g., Windows Live Mail) if you're using one or through your provider's web-based e-mail interface if that's how you access your messages.
Handling character strings in Java is supported through two final classes: Java String and StringBuffer. The String class implements immutable character strings, which are read-only once the string has been created and initialized, whereas the StringBuffer class implements dynamic character strings. All string literals in Java programs, are implemented as instances of String class. Strings in Java are 16-bit Unicode.
Hi! with respect to content some times main mails are going to shift to junk mail. but getting same mail as both in inbox and junk means there is a mal function in outlook, try to update that one and check with anti-virus tool in order to make sure of smooth functionality
disconnect printer from computer cancel documents in queue if using a straight USB connection, delete all instances of printer. else remove duplicate printer icons. reboot & reconnect printer (swap cables if not detected)
Using T9 mode
T9 is a predictive text input mode that allows you to
key in any character using single keystrokes.
Entering a word in T9 mode
1. Press  to  to start entering a word. Press
each key once for each letter.
For example, press , , , , and  to
enter HELLO in T9 mode.
T9 predicts the word that you are typing, and it
may change with each key that you press.
2. Enter the whole word before editing or deleting
3. When the word displays correctly, go to step 4.
Otherwise, press  to display alternative word
choices for the keys that you have pressed.
For example, OF and ME use  and .
4. Press [ ] to insert a space and enter the next
Other T9 mode operations
• Press  to enter periods or apostrophes
• Press [ ] to change case. Lower case (No
indicator), Initial capital ( ), and Capital lock ( )
• Press [ ] to insert a space.
• Press the Navigation keys to move the cursor.
• Press [C] to delete characters one by one. Press
and hold [C] to clear the display.
Adding a new word to the T9 dictionary
This feature may not be available for some languages.
1. Enter the word that you want to add.
2. Press  to display alternative words for your key
presses. When there are no more alternative
words, Spell displays on the bottom line.
3. Press <Spell>.
4. Enter the word you want using ABC mode and
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