Add words to T9 Dictionary?


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  1. Yamthief

    Yamthief New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi. I had a G1 for a while and never had problems adding words to the T9 dictionary. Now i have a HTC Hero and can't find any way of adding words to the phone keypad T9 dictionary.

    I used to start a word, then click the drop down arrow, then press "add word", but it appears that this option is non-existent on the Hero. Is this because i was using the "Chinese imput" input option or have they just moved this on the Hero.

    Thanks.
     

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  2. htc-hero-lad-uk

    htc-hero-lad-uk Member

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    it's easy to add words.

    When you are typing, the dictionary will try to suggest the correct word by showing little boxes above where you type. Click the box that contains what you actually typed (the correctly spelt word), (it is always the bubble box to the left), and it will automatically save it to dictionary.

    Be carefull not to do that to words that are not correct words.. as there isnt any obvious way to remove added words to the dictionary.
     
  3. samuelmaskell

    samuelmaskell Well-Known Member

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    Disable T9 and type the word correctly. If the plus sign does not show up, click the down arrow to bring up the screen where "add word" used to be. Long press the correctly spelled word. Tada!

    It took me a while to figure this out.. they should really make it more obvious.
     
  4. htc-hero-lad-uk

    htc-hero-lad-uk Member

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    oops - my advice was for the qwerty keypad not T9 :rolleyes:
     
  5. Yamthief

    Yamthief New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks guys, I worked this one out on my own a few hours ago. The way I did it was by flipping the phone sideways then typing the word, then clicking either the plus or the orange suggested word.

    Now we're on the subject, is there a way to easily edit the words in the T9 dictionary? Is there an app for it? Thanks! :)
     
  6. halldc87

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    If anyone knows a way to delete words from the dictionary, please share.
     
  7. tracii_amazinggg

    tracii_amazinggg Well-Known Member

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    yes PLEASE D:
     
  8. Ziani

    Ziani Well-Known Member

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    Think the only way is to clear data from 'touch imput' >manage applications>touch imput clear data- The only problem with this is it will clear all so you will have to start afresh.
     
  9. tracii_amazinggg

    tracii_amazinggg Well-Known Member

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    :O I don't see that...?
     
  10. Ziani

    Ziani Well-Known Member

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    menu>applications>manage applications scroll down to 'touch input' and clear data
     
  11. tracii_amazinggg

    tracii_amazinggg Well-Known Member

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    Aahh there we go.
    That shall suffice for now , thank you! :D
     
  12. adrianvintu

    adrianvintu Member

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    jev Well-Known Member

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  14. adrianvintu

    adrianvintu Member

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    uiui :) i did not notice. i have just seen the post in the "related posts" thingy.

    mea culpa. my apologies :)
     

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