My phone freezes while using predictive text, but not using the standard Abc mode. I can only write a few words before it freezes, turns itself off and then back on again. The text that I'd been writing also disappears.
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I may be wrong but your talking about predicted text right? Where you type a letter and it comes up with a word instead of the actual individual letter? - you need to change your settings in text, you can simply hold # or * on your keypad (you should see a little icon somewhere saying T9, this means predicted text) after holding one of these buttons for about a second or two, it should disappear, allowing you to type without predicted text on.
Blackberry uses what is called SureType for predictive texting. I don't recall the exact menu option to look in on your model of phone, however it is very easy to disable. Instead you set the keybard input to "Multi-Tap," which does disable all predictive texting. The exact instructions are available in the User Guide at www.blackberry.com, which will be specific to your model and will very clearly show you what to click on to change the option. Takes less than a minute to turn it off! Hope this helps :)
Make sure you have the current version on your device. Log in to your T-Mobile account and go to Support then click on Phone & Device. You should be able to verify what your version is upon upgrading to the newest software. When I had my Wing, I did that and it helped tremendously with texting, freezing, resetting, and it also helped with security settings also. Also, be sure that you dont have alot of texts in the inbox, outbox, drafts, and sent folder that drastically decreases the device's physical memory and causes freezing also. Try to keep all pictures, files, videos, music, and 3rd party applications on your memory card. Windows Mobile devices are known for bugs and freezing and any little thing can set them off.