Anyone know how to send a text to someone NOT your phone book? My stupid phone wont let me send a message without adding the # to my contact list or calling them first. (Sucks when trying to contact people on craigslist/forums)
Last edited by asdfasdf128; March 15th, 2012 at 09:46 PM.
^ there is no option for "done". Its also a pain in the ass to scroll through TONS of contacts to be able to send a text. I got the Handcent SMS App, but its still a shame that sony missed something like this.
i am in India. however let me repeat the steps i took
clicked on message icon
on top of the next screen is the New Message button- i click it
a message box appears along with an Add recipient button- i click that
now, on the top are two buttons contacts and favorites out of which Contacts is the selected one. below this is a blank space with the words [enter name number or email]. i enter the un-saved number [from the craigslist ] The Add button on the right of this blank space which was inactive till now becomes Active and you can see the word Add clearly. i click it
when i do this the blank space where i entered the unsaved number becomes BLANK again, and on the bottom of the screen a word comes saying " Selected 1" just below that there are two buttons Done and Cancel. i click Done
the screen clears and the message box appears at the bottom and the new unsaved number can be seen on the top. now i enter the message and press Send button
tell me what happens at your end when u follow all these steps!! phew
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problem with phonepad
Originally Posted by iamviveksri
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i normally use the phonepad format for making sms, lately i noticed the 'space' button has become very sluggish and lacks sensivity, i have to back track many times because of typo errors especially since i use predictive text always. does anyone have this problem? do you know the cause? all other keys are working fine.
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