How to add custom words to Windows Phone 8 dictionary?
henyfoxe 45 weeks ago
Ok, to be honest, when I say “custom” I actually mean profanity. When I’m exchanging messages with my friends, it is not uncommon for us to use language that is a little off-color. With WP8, I have been unable to figure out a way to add those words but it will not allow me to do so (and I’m just talking about the standard sort of words that George Carlin used to joke about, nothing particularly exotic). I am not 8, I do not need to have my language censored by my phone. It’s annoying to be unable to use speech to text naturally or even type them in without typing every “gosh darn” letter every “freaking” time.
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