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    Avoiding Spell Check on HTC Chacha

    Whatever words I type on my HTC Chacha are checked for spelling automatically. Therefore it is taking time to send a text message through it. How can I disable this spell check feature?

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    anikrish anikrish is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Avoiding Spell Check on HTC Chacha

    Disabling the spell check feature is a very easy task all you have to do is to navigate to settings from the application drawer and select the options "Settings" in settings you will find an option as "Language&input" select that option in that you will be able to find an option as "Auto Correction" uncheck that option and you are good to go.
    Hope this Helps.

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    rkb01 rkb01 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Avoiding Spell Check on HTC Chacha

    It is happening because your phone's word prediction is on.You have to switch off the word prediction.To do that first go to settings.Now in settings will see Language & Keyboard.Tap that when it open will see text settings.In text settings chose Word Prediction.
    Now tap the word prediction & mark will be disappeared.Now you can send message quickly.

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    karthik kukudala karthik kukudala is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Avoiding Spell Check on HTC Chacha

    Hello Dear,,,,,,,,,
    To avoiding spell check on HTC chacha you can fallow below steps,,,,,,,
    >>Go to setting
    >>select language and keyboard
    >>touch input
    >>hard ware keyboard setting
    >>select prediction
    Finally Done,,,
    Thank you,,,,

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    vinodmehta vinodmehta is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Avoiding Spell Check on HTC Chacha

    Offcourse you can disable spell check on HTC chacha

    To disable spell check on HTC chacha, you have to follow some steps:

    Steps:

    >> Go to Home Screen

    >> Go to Menu

    >> Tap on "Settings"

    >> Tap on "Langauge and Keyboard"

    >> Select "Touch Input"

    >> Locate "Autocorrect"

    >> Turn "OFF" to disable it

    >> Done !!

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