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Old 02-01-2010, 06:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just got latest upgrade for Storm over weekend. It changed all the displays for SMS and also I can now only type in to SMS and e-mails using predictive texting in landscape mode. Can over-ride this into multi-tap in portrait but not landscape. Why have RIM done this? Is there a fix???
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Go to the screen/keyboard options and change the portrait keyboard to full qwerty there.
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Only fixes the portrait view. In landscape you still have predictive text. Why did RIM/Blackberry have to be so clever and change things? Old format etc was fine!
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I agree, and did your speed dialing die as well?
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