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Hey guys i just got my storm replacement device today and got everything set up on it, When I got to text someone I use the full keyboard, & I noticed that there is a Globe Icon beside the space button on the virtual keyboard. How do I remove this? Ive done it before I Just don't remember how.
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I figured it out. Had to actually go in to desktop manager and delete all the unused languages.
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