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Tips Way to delete words from texting dictionary

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by stevemcintosh, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. stevemcintosh

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    On the evo section on this site I found out how to delete words from texting dictionary?

    settings/language & keyboard/touch input/user dictionary :)
     

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    No offence, but that's nothing new...the ability to delete or add words to the built-in dictionary has been there for a while. Perhaps it moved a bit with an update...I don't recall if it was in a different setting location before.
     
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    Slightly OT but does anyone have a working solution for backing up the user dictionary ?

    I know MYBackup Pro says it does but it's never successfully backed-up the dictionary for me.
     
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    Titanium Backup-the best solution to backup anything. But I guess it needs Root.
     
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    Thanks :) I did have Titanium when I was rooted on 2.1 but unfortunately my phone was updated to 2.2 whilst away for repair so sadly it's not really an option now.
     
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