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HTC Wildfire capitalising first two letters

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pips1, Aug 14, 2011.

  1. pips1

    pips1 New Member
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    This issue is driving me mad! I've asked on a couple of other forums and, as yet, nobody knows of a solution.

    I use predictive texting. Very often, more often than not in fact, when I begin a new sentence in an SMS (or posting on facebook), the first two letters of the word are capitalised and no matter how many times I backspace and try again, it won't use a lower-case letter.

    I've tried going through my dictionary and deleting each and every one of the 'wrong' words it saves...to no avail.

    I took a screenshot earlier of a post I made on facebook using my 'phone....


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    A friend of mine who has a Samsung Galaxy says her 'phone has the same issue so maybe it's a general Android issue??

    Please, does anyone have a solution to this issue?!
     

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  2. vosg

    vosg Well-Known Member
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    You probably have some problems with your user dictionary. Try to delete invalid entries.
    Home screen, Menu, Settings, Language and keyboard, Touch Input, User Dictionary.
     
  3. pips1

    pips1 New Member
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    Thank you for your reply :)

    Yep, I've tried that. Someone on another forum has suggested I restore factory settings so I may try that but maybe I will go through and delete the invalid entries from the dictionary again, just in case it works this time!
     
  4. sg20215

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    This happens sometimes on my Wildfire and i found it's only when I'm typing quickly and the phone is lagging. I can't find any way to fix it other then slowing down for the start of each sentence.

    sg20215
     
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