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VOICE DIALING IS MY PHONE CAPABLE OF VOICE DIALING AND HOW DO I USE IT IF IT IS? I HAVE A MOTOROLA BLUE TOOTH AND WHEN I TRY IT IT SAYS NO VOICE TAGS

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Dear chuckbonus

Please find below the complete manual for your phone. The phone is indeed voice tag capable. You will find the information requested at page 43 of the user's manual.

http://www.cellphones.ca/upload/manuals/motorola-i880-manual.pdf

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Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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