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greyhoundz

T9 in cellphones

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I use this feature, t9 dictionary in cell phones it help to lessen the time when texting. Does anyone here uses t9 too?

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I find i can txt faster without T9 , but then i do use both thumbs, and only look at the screen when finished :P

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i cant stand this feature...im guessing its called sommit different here? we call it predictive text....that what were discussing?

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Every nokia phone has it, it's godly. I love it, I was one of the first to get T9 when I found out it existed and I managed to upgrade my old Nokia 5190 back in the day with brand spanking new firmware that featured T9 predictive text hot off the presses. People were so amazed that it could do that back then... lol.

My first cell phone was a Motorola StarTac flip phone... looked like the Knight Rider in green. Then I bought my first Nokia. The 5190. I've never been able to use anything else since.

After my 5190, I went to a 3330 and when that died, I went to a 3100b. My 3100b just died and I just bought myself a Nokia 6126. A very pretty phone, still the good old Nokia.

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Yeah its a God send. I type way faster on T9 than I would on a qwerty BB or Treo. I dont know why people dont give new things a chance. T9 is incredibly fast.

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