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KiwiJaz

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#141038 27-Feb-2014 18:45
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I have a Huawei U8815 that is running Android 4.03 and has Touchpal 4.8.5 installed.

I can't work out how to toggle on numbers, so when I go to enter a phone number to call, I need to press the number button (the one on the bottom left hand corner that has 12# on it), select my number and I am then taken back to the letters screen, so have to repeat the process until I have finished entering the phone number.

Anyone know how to toggle numbers on?

Thanks,

Jarod

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  #995735 27-Feb-2014 19:02
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Press and hold? (I'm just guessing)

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  #995737 27-Feb-2014 19:07
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Unfortunately, press and hold toggles on emoticons rather than numbers.

 
 
 
 


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  #995758 27-Feb-2014 20:00
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You seem to have a very old version on TouchPal. I have 5.5.0.6* on my Note 3

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  #995759 27-Feb-2014 20:03
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Indeed, seems like you need to upgrade touchpal

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