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    Droid And T9 Predictive Text

    Hey guys,

    I am wondering if the droid will have t9 capabilities (unlike the iphone).

    Like where its just the 1-9 numbers and the bottom would be * 0 # and where it has t9 and the ability to store words in the t9 dictionary.

    Thanks!


    I really hope it has this or there is a really good app for this!
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    The droid keyboard will have all the features the mytouch and g1 have. I don't think the keyboard has received improvements in 2.0 so if it wasn't there before...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Droid View Post
    The droid keyboard will have all the features the mytouch and g1 have. I don't think the keyboard has received improvements in 2.0 so if it wasn't there before...
    No I am talking about t9 on a 12 button normal keypad, which would have to a digital version because the droid only has hardware for the QWERTY keyboard.


    This video shows exactly what I mean at minute 3:46:


    I'm just so fast using t9 I know some phones that do have the software for it, I hope the droid does also.
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    According to these specs, it does support T9....

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    Technical Specifications

    Network: CDMA 800 / 1900 Form Factor: Slide / Google Android OS v2.0 Dimensions: 116 x 60 x 14 mm Weight: 169 g Antenna: Internal / Dual Antenna Navigation: Touch Screen (Haptic Feedback) / QWERTY Keypad Battery Type: 1400 mAh Li-Ion Talk Time: 6.42 Standby Time: 270 Memory: 16.0 GB Expandable Memory: microSD / TransFlash Safety

    Radiation (SAR): Imaging

    Main Screen: 0 colors (TFT / Accelerometer / Proximity Sensor / Ambient Light Sensor)
    480 x 854 px External Screen: Camera: 5.0 MP / 4X Zoom / Dual-LED Flash / Auto-Focus / Geotagging / Video Recorder Audio

    MP3 Player: VCAST Music / Rhapsody FM Radio: Speakerphone: Dual-Microphone Noise Reduction / Group Call Push-To-Talk: Multimedia

    Wallpapers: 480 x 854 px Screen Savers: 480 x 854 px Ring Tones: MP3 Themes: Games: Android Market Streaming Multimedia: VCAST Video / YouTube Messaging

    SMS: EMS: MMS: Email: POP3 / IMAP4 / SMTP / Gmail Chat: AOL / ICQ / Google / Windows Live / Yahoo

    Predictive Text: T9
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    WoW awesome ok thank you so much I can't wait!
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    hm

    apparently it does not have the vertical t9 predictive text in the phone as Leakdroid.com has said, they have a test unit.

    "The Droid on-screen keyboard is the stock Android on-screen keyboard, so it only has the full-QWERTY mode unfortunately."

    This really sucks I'm not sure how anyone is ok with this? You can use one hand using t9 just as fast as using 2 hands using the QWERTY style.
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    Well i don't know about you but i can type about 200 times faster with a full qwerty vs t9. It's merely what people are used to doing.
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    same here, i can't t9 to save my life..
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    I agree, I suck at T9. Full keyboard is a requirement for me.
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    I think I'd lose my mine if I had to go back to t9 for typing and input. I guess I could see the advantage of having it as an option but keyboard is the only way for me.
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