Is this a joke? How did Motorola manage to COMPLETELY leave out the Auto-correct dictionary for the keyboard? And signal strength is pathetic. The phone is great but this is sad, what good is such a well hardware'd phone when you can't get service. I live in NYC, one of Sprint's strongest regions. To date, I haven't been anywhere where I have received 4 bars of service. Since the phone can't, I manually updated the PRL, and lo and behold, it STILL is AWFUL. It's disappointing. Incredibly disappointing. I presume Motorola is fixing the auto-correct issue with an update.The signal is excusable if it's a matter of hardware, but the keyboard simply is not. For 300$, I think I paid for the stock keyboard to have auto-correct.
Is there a way to adjust/add to the auto-correct dictionary for the physical keyboard of the XPRT? On my SOLD BB9650, this was done the first time I picked up the phone. Now, I can't. This phone (while waiting for Gingerbread), would be THE BEST, if it could fix this little problem...
After updating my phone to iOS 8, I needed to suddenly define a word. After typing and selecting the word in notes and selecting "define", I was given this message "No definitions found." Which was strange because before I update my phone I downloaded the English dictionary and the British English dictionary. After tapping the manage button, I saw that the two dictionaries were stuck on the blue downloading circle, at 0% and making no progress at all to download to 100%. The fact that I can't communicate with Apple about this (I'm not one for phone calls) or find the right option on the iPhone support page is bad. I need my dictionaries for school when a regular dictionary isn't available.
I write messges in Portuguese (Brazil) and english and I would like to have in another IOS version an option that you can change dictionary when you are typing because sugestions will appears on language selected only in Iphone setting.Messagin could has a option to touch and you can select the language to type. When you close messaging to send an SMS for exemple, the dictionary language back to default.
So at one time or another I typed "tge" instead of "the" but I hit the little X when the iPhone suggested "the" (accident) and now the iPhone recognizes "tge" as a word and never corrects it.Where is the iPhone User Dictionary so I can remove the word "tge"? I've searched and searched but there isn't much out there.
As seen in the creenshot, the "British Englisg" dictionary is stuck on download. I forgot what happened, but I think safari crashed when the dictionary was downloading. When I re-launched safari and try to resume the download, there wasn't any way to do so, as it only shows an inactive download circle, which I cannot do anything about. I tried tapping on it but it doesn't respond. I tried resetting the keyboard dictionary in Settings, yet it's still the same. I tried restarting iPhone but the problem is still there. It looks so awkward lol I don't know what to do with/about it.
the default dictionary that comes with the Nokia E71 doesn't allow adding more than 2 languages for some reason. Currently, I have English, Hebrew and Russian in the dictionary, but I want to add French and German, or at least one of them because I am learning those languages....And whenever I try to add any new languages and I start the dictionary, it would take me to the "Remove a language" screen and if I click cancel it will exit.... So I was wondering if there is a way around that or if there is a good custom dictionary that I can use to have more languages.
As you know there are many different languages and to record all words for all languages is impossible but t9 can be more useful by using by the time.I want to add words in my language to t9 dictionary permanently. It is very easy to add word but after a few message, nokia makes me should add re-add the same word.Is there an application to save permanently added words for my nokia x3-02?.note: I have found applications for s60 and android but as you know x302 is an s40 symbian phone.
For some reason it refuses to use the word "am"! I've saved it to the dictionary and checked it's there, but still - I can't type "am" using predictive text! All other words have been added and are remembered just fine, but the word "am" ... the ACTUAL word "am" just doesn't want to be predicted. Ever! have to type "a" then select it, then type "m". Or I have to turn my phone sideways and use the keyboard layout. know it's not a problem that's going to bring down HTC, but honestly - it's remarkably frustrating!