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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by detti, May 19, 2010.

  1. detti

    detti Well-Known Member
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    I was wondering how I can save my email address so that when I text it auto populates
     

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  2. Redflea

    Redflea Well-Known Member
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    do you mean add your email address to your texts as a signature?
     
  3. detti

    detti Well-Known Member
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    No. When I am entering text.
     
  4. Titaniac

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    I added mine to my quick text. I don't have my phone on me now, but it's in the settings menu. It's under your user dictionary.

    Another option is to save everything before the '@' and after the '@'. Here's what I mean... If you're email address is thisismylongemailaddress@gmail.com, when you type 'thisismylongemailaddress' it should have it listed just below that where your autocomplete would be. Long-touch it, and it'll save it as a customized word in your user dictionary. The problem is that it won't let you store the '@gmail.com' portion because as soon as you type '@' it removes it from where the auto-complete would be. However, you can save just the gmail.com portion without the @.

    I recommend looking through the settings menu and finding your user-dictionary and adding the whole thing in there.

    Hope I didn't confuse you...
     
  5. Titaniac

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    Go into settings, language and keyboard, then user dictionary.
     

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