Is it me or is there no "undo" feature on the Motorola Droid?
Menu+Z does not seem to do anything on my phone.
like if you're writing an email on the phone and accidentally delete or overwrite a section of text -- you can't "ctrl z" it back. seems like that erased text is lost forever.
strange, because the G1 has an undo function (menu+z). Why would android 2.0 not have it? this is very basic functionality
or is it just my phone only?
It doesn't do it when I use Touchdown for Email. Perhaps there is an alternate keyboard or Messaging program that doesn't use the Alt+Delete (delete current line or entire text message).
Help! Every time I do this, I want to slam the phone onto the ground.
i wasn't aware of this problem but really surprises me there isn't an undo feature???
2.1 should definitely have this. its more a requirement than a feature. specially with the keyboard shorcut to delete everything..
Leaving the "undo" out of an operating system seems like a MAJOR omission to me. Or maybe corvettemit and I are the only two people in the Droid world who make mistakes???
Oh - I forgot to mention: over in the Palm Pre world there are a few more highly exercised individuals who (apparently) also make mistakes from time to time. The idiots who coded Web OS made the same omission, and they aren't talking either.
I really really would like to know what's going on here.
Last edited by classicpenny; 04-03-2010 at 09:11 AM. Reason: Just now remembered another point
Bump cuz this prob has been a bit irritating. It always happens after a long message to cuz I try to hit the shift for larger case letter but accidentally hit alt and the back space and poof! Everything in the txt is gone.