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    Default Is there a way to remove this...

    So, I've mistyped "lol" enough times that "lok" is acceptable. Before my phone used to autocorrect it to "lol" but now "lok" just goes though. Trivial thing, i know. But I wanted to know if it's possible to remove "lok" as an acceptable word.
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    It's under settings/general/reset.




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    Reset keyboard directory? Is that what I press?
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    Yes. But you will clear all the other words that the iPhone has 'learnt' too.
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    You can also add an international keyboard and then it will open up the custom dictionary. Then you can add new words manually and cut down on stuff like this from happening.
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    Thanks guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sting7k View Post
    You can also add an international keyboard and then it will open up the custom dictionary. Then you can add new words manually and cut down on stuff like this from happening.
    please explain, emoji should work for an international keyboard right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Earless Puppy View Post
    please explain, emoji should work for an international keyboard right?
    Yeah. As long as emoji is installed you'll have the option on whatever keyboard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sting7k View Post
    You can also add an international keyboard and then it will open up the custom dictionary. Then you can add new words manually and cut down on stuff like this from happening.
    I've seen this mentioned before but have never found where to add the new words.

    EDIT: when I added Chinese Traditional (Pinyin) it enables the custom dictionary. Not all international keyboards do though.
    Last edited by BrindawithanI; 08-14-2011 at 08:12 PM.
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    Good to know.

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