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TEXT ENTRY: T9 Text Editor for the Smartphone
Posted by Carlo Guerrero - on Friday, 26.03.04 - 12:59:07 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 12782x
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We've come to love and hate T9 on the Smartphone.  Some of us have loved it as it made text entry so much easier. But how about training it? It does take a bit of getting used to and after several attempts, you can get T9 to learn your words.

The problem comes along though when a forced reboot is done (normally by removing the battery) which somehow sets back the T9 Dictionary back to square 1.

Steve Kay, over at MoDaCo, has developed a nifty tool to edit and save your T9 Dictionary right on the Desktop PC. This application needs the .Net Framework installed on the PC to run. All you have to do is copy the file mst9.udb which can be found in IPSMApplication DataSystem to your Desktop PC and edit it with the SmartPhone T9 Editor after which, you'll need to return the edited file back into the original folder in the Smartphone.

It's just as simple as that. You can download the SmartPhone T9 Editor from MoDaCo.com.

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Posted by Armando A. Taleser on 31.03.04 - 06:16:49

I am using the o2 xphone I need help with the following programs.

        1.   SIM Manager

         2.   SMS Tools

         3.   Changing the fonts

Does anybody know programs for the above.

Please help.

Please email me: io95198@hotmail.com

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