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Old 01-25-2008, 02:28 PM   #21 (permalink)
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how do you delete all you SMS msgs at once instead of deleting each individually?
From message folder, select menu and then select view folders. Select folder you want (SMS, browser messages, etc.) And then use delete prior.
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Old 01-26-2008, 03:53 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Are you using SureType or Multi-tap? Do you have an "ABC" in the top right corner?

SureType if off. ABC is on the top right. Im not typeing too fast or anything. I'm clicking the buttons twice to get to the next letter. i look at the key pad and type what i want to say and i know for sure that im hitting each letters accordingly with out looking at the LCD screen.

heres another example that i just did. "the quick fox jumped over the lazy dog"

typeing it without looking at the LCD screen but making sure that im hitting each letters accordingly,.. it came out like this...

"the quick ddox jumooed over the lazy dog"
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I also have the exact same thing going on with mines,
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I also have the exact same thing going on with mines,


good to know im not the only one with this issue.. but anyways,. i went to tmobile and got my white pearl replaced with a brand new white pearl. The return policy is 14daYs from date of purchase with proof of reciept. After that its 30days if your phone is covered by warrenty.


i asked about adding a data plan coverage and it costs 9.99 for email or 19.99 for email & web per month. I just want the web browser on my pearl. Where can i get a U.S. 3rd party data plan? The bbfaqs uses Rogers Canada .

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