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Old February 18th, 2012, 10:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can anyone please help? Keyboard shortcut problem

so for some reason my phone has started to do this weird thing where if I hit e on the samsung keyboard it takes me to email, c takes me to contacts, and b takes me to the internet, etc.

I don't remember turning anything like this on, I just woke up one morning and it was like this...could someone please tell me how to turn it off? Much appreciated

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Old February 19th, 2012, 12:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Take the battery out for 10 minutes-- that may reset it back to default.
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so for some reason my phone has started to do this weird thing where if I hit e on the samsung keyboard it takes me to email, c takes me to contacts, and b takes me to the internet, etc.

I don't remember turning anything like this on, I just woke up one morning and it was like this...could someone please tell me how to turn it off? Much appreciated
Yes I have the same irratating problem.
Sometime I will be in the middle of texting and both the soft keys and slide out keys will activate other programs. UUGGGG!!!! It is a great big pain to exit out of a long text and reboot the Samsung Galaxy S.
One tip: Download and install Norton Utilities free version for Android.
Once installed Norton has a relatively quick way to clear the program cache. Its under the program section in Norton.
I would also like a more permenate and convienent fix.
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