On Cell Phone Forums
  1. #1
    quiXilver
    quiXilver is offline
    Newbie

    Posts
    4
    I tried searching but couldn't find anything.

    I had a Nokia and when you tried to type a word that wasn't in the dictionary, it would ask you to type in the new word and you could save it in the dictionary so the next time you typed it, it would pop up. I have the Samsung a920, and it doesn't seem to have this feature. Is there some way to do this or "add" words to the dictionary?


    See More: Save new words for predictive text in my Samsung?




  2. #2
    supergildo
    supergildo is offline
    Newbie

    Posts
    3

    Re: Save new words for predictive text in my Samsung?

    my a900 just adds words as i go. if theres no word in the listing, i go to alpha, type it in manually and it remembers it...

    maybe theres another trick to it, i just got mine like a couple days ago...



  3. #3
    dude222
    dude222 is offline
    Phone Addict
    dude222's Avatar

    Cell Phone
    LG Dare
    Carrier
    Verizon Wireless
    Location
    Derry, NH
    Posts
    409 - liked 14 times

    Re: Save new words for predictive text in my Samsung?

    Quote Originally Posted by supergildo
    my a900 just adds words as i go. if theres no word in the listing, i go to alpha, type it in manually and it remembers it...

    maybe theres another trick to it, i just got mine like a couple days ago...
    Supposedly, it should do just that, add the word to your dictionary once you type it in using ABC mode.
    'And you, music lover, you're next...I have two guns, one for each of ya...'



  4. #4
    quiXilver
    quiXilver is offline
    Newbie

    Posts
    4

    Re: Save new words for predictive text in my Samsung?

    Quote Originally Posted by dude222
    Supposedly, it should do just that, add the word to your dictionary once you type it in using ABC mode.
    It doesn't work.

    Say I'm in T9 mode. I try to type my girlfriends name "Colleen." I get "Colledn." So I switch to "Alpha" back space to where it says "Colle" then I manually type in the rest to ***** "Colleen." Everytime I try to ***** it in T9 mode after that, it doesn't work. There is no prompt to "add to dictionary" or anything like that either. This really sucks.



  5. #5
    lotacus
    lotacus is offline
    Member

    Posts
    40

    Re: Save new words for predictive text in my Samsung?

    Quote Originally Posted by quiXilver
    It doesn't work.

    Say I'm in T9 mode. I try to type my girlfriends name "Colleen." I get "Colledn." So I switch to "Alpha" back space to where it says "Colle" then I manually type in the rest to ***** "Colleen." Everytime I try to ***** it in T9 mode after that, it doesn't work. There is no prompt to "add to dictionary" or anything like that either. This really sucks.
    You'll have to either purchase a new a900 and hope you get an a900m or flash your existing a900 with the a900m firmware.



  6. #6
    fred2028
    fred2028 is offline
    Member
    fred2028's Avatar

    Location
    Ottawa, Canada
    Posts
    61

    Re: Save new words for predictive text in my Samsung?

    I got my a900 Saturday Feb. 10, 2007 (almost 2 weeks ago) and this way of adding words to T9 doesn't work. I'm interested in adding words to T9 also.
    It seems that my old Sanyo 2300 is better than my new Samsung a900 in a few ways, like more logical menu layout, etc.



  7. #7
    lotacus
    lotacus is offline
    Member

    Posts
    40

    Re: Save new words for predictive text in my Samsung?

    yea, i like the sanyo's ability to restrict incoming calls to the phone book only



  8. #8
    fred2028
    fred2028 is offline
    Member
    fred2028's Avatar

    Location
    Ottawa, Canada
    Posts
    61

    Re: Save new words for predictive text in my Samsung?

    Quote Originally Posted by lotacus
    yea, i like the sanyo's ability to restrict incoming calls to the phone book only
    Their phones are really sturdy too. I dropped my phone so many times, once the battery fell apart, and I put it back together and it still worked. It's like a rock.



  • Similar Threads







  • Quick Reply Quick Reply

    If you are already a member, please login above.