11-09-2012 01:44:43 PM
anyone else having issues with theirs
11-09-2012 01:47:21 PM
11-09-2012 01:49:50 PM
I just used the S Pen with the Swype keyboard and had no problems with spaces between words. Do you have Auto-spacing checked in your Swype Preferences?
11-09-2012 02:35:19 PM - edited 11-09-2012 02:36:52 PM
Oh, you're trying to post in this forum! That's a whole different story. I was testing this in a text message.
We tried different browsers and phones from different OEMs and all that we can say is that it can be a problem using Swype on the internet.
Edit: were you using the desktop or mobile version of this forum? I have better luck with the mobile version. Using the desktop version gets me frustrated fast when trying to use Swype because it either won't insert spaces or it won't actually Swype the word. I can only get in one letter at a time or one letter, period.
11-09-2012 03:58:04 PM
Ok, this is not a sensitivity issue. It is a glitche.
For thoSe who do not have the problem congrats. Here is my story.
Bought the phone about 9am this morning. Love it, but quickly realized the whole right side of the note pad was not functioning properly. Very obvious. To check just start making lines from left to right. Halfway through the daY it had switched to the left side. Very strangE. sorry about the grammar here this is not giving me a cursor. However if used my finger rather than the s pen on that bad side it worked like a champ. So not a screen issue.
I went to AT&T she tried another s pen, same problem. She then did a factory reset, it was fixed but came back before I even left. So she gave me a new phone. By the time I got home it had started again on the right side. Now it's back to the left.
This is not sensitivity, this clearly has major issues right now and I hope it's a software update....very disappointed