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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 6557 3-Feb-2006 19:04
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Does anybody know how to delete a word that you have accidentally entered into the T9 Dictionary and don't want there....?
I have accidentally written "yo8" instead of "you", and it comes up everytime I write "YOU"...
It's easy enough to ADD to this dictionary - surely you can delete from it too?

Any ideas, even ways you've tried on other models would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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Reply # 27814 3-Feb-2006 20:46
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Good luck I have tried this before and could not do it

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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 29477 27-Feb-2006 20:33
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Hey, sorry i dont know how to help you i just got this phone but you mentioned it was easy enough to add words to the dictionary but i cant figure out how and it is really getting annoying. If you could please tell me that would be great...also does anyone know how to turn off the camera sounds? Thanks

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Reply # 29509 28-Feb-2006 13:56
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hey,

yeh i've always foudn that's a problem too. Adding is simple enough but removing them? there's no functionality for it.

I'm sure however, that if it was annoying you enough you could:

1) find out which file on your phone contains your custom words (if there is one) and delete it. which means you'd have to get a file manager and know which file it was. plus you'd have to re-enter your other custom words.

2) not sure if the panasonic phones have a format code like the nokia phones do? again you'd have to re-enter your other custom words. plus u'd have to back up your data and contacts.

Extreme, but that's the only ways I can think of without trying to find a dictionary editor.

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