I am just writing here to forward another person's complaint about the LG Exalt LTE's (primarily) texting features. I noticed there was a new software update and this was not addressed, so I am reall... Ver más...
I am just writing here to forward another person's complaint about the LG Exalt LTE's (primarily) texting features. I noticed there was a new software update and this was not addressed, so I am really asking LG to take this complaint seriously: " A few bugs: 1) When I am texting and i cycle through letters using the 0 key, if I like the letter I should be able to hit the "right" arrow and accept the letter and move to the next. Instead, I have to hit left arrow than right arrow. This is lame. 2) The T9 is too smart. When I hit 4663 sometimes it give me home and sometimes good. For people who use T9 regularly, it should be consistent, that way I know that "home" is always "46630" not sometimes "4663" and sometimes "46630" 3) Sometimes the phone doesn't turn on when it should to have the alarm go off. I rely on my phone to wake me up at 4:40am. But sometimes the alarm doesn't go on until 4:50am I think because the phone is sleeping. 4) When I open the phone, I want to see the current time immediately. Sometimes it takes a few seconds for the phone to update the display to the correct time. This has caused me to think it was the wrong time. "
The Korean keyboard support on the LG Exalt LTE technically exists, but it's a crazy headache (on the border of unusable) because of two issues which hypothetically could have easily been avoided: 1... Ver más...
The Korean keyboard support on the LG Exalt LTE technically exists, but it's a crazy headache (on the border of unusable) because of two issues which hypothetically could have easily been avoided: 1.) There is no option for punctuation on the Korean keyboard. Even the ability to simply type ".", "?", "!" would be a tremendous improvement, and certainly a viable possibility. 2.) The general keyboard layout is the least intuitive possible keyboard layout (see: CYON / CANU) (http://www.koreanwikiproject.com/wiki/Text_messaging). The ANYCALL layout uses the same keyboard but is much more intuitive. In any case, at least punctuation should be accounted for in the CYON layout. Did non-Korean people do the programming of the keyboard layout? I submit this bug report as an English speaker. However, my concern is that users of the LG Exalt LTE Korean keyboard are probably overwhelmingly elderly Korean-Americans who do not speak English. As such, they probably have the same complaint but are not able to voice it. So, LG, I am really asking that you take this complaint seriously.