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Removing AutoSpell'd websites?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by hockeyguynick, May 31, 2011.

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    Hey guys, 1st post here. Looks like a pretty good forum for finding things out. It's my first smartphone....so still learning.

    My main thing that's bothering me, is when I goto my browser and type in a website, all the websites I have previously typed in show up in the autospell box. It's kind of annoying, and cannot figure out howto get rid of them. I have tried everything....any ideas?
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    Clear your browser cache and data. That will clean it all out.
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    I think i did that, multiple times, but didnt seem to work. I turned off word prediction and that did it, not sure yet how it will affect texting or anything yet though. Seems to be all right
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