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Topic # 6790 23-Feb-2006 11:38
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Just wondering if anyone knows how to expand the predictive memory on these phones if it is possible.

there is so little memory for words you enter that they 'roll off' within a few days due to adding more new words.

How tricky can this be to assign more memory in the first place.

The 6265 is a good phone but this issue is frustrating as i txt alot.

Any suggestions?

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Reply # 29261 24-Feb-2006 13:53
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You cant assign more memory to text messaging. I dont use predictive so its not an issue for me.

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