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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by fuzion11, Aug 4, 2011.
Just wondering where within the iOS could one find the iPhone's dictionary??
Does anyone know this?
Does this not exist? I can't seem to find it anywhere!
You can't access the iPhone's dictionary. It's just a database of words (standard & added ones) that the iPhone uses when it auto-fills words that it knows when you write in text boxes...
good q. would love to know as well
Thanks T.E....just don't understand how we can access everything else within the iOS except the dictionary??
Are you sure there isn't SOME way possible?
Thanks again dude!
"That database is stored in the "mobile" user directory, in /private/var/mobile/Library/Keyboard. The file is called dynamic-text.dat. It consists of a (mostly) plain text list of words that the iPhone has marked for special attention. "
I've seen this discussed before but with no resolution; can this text file be added to so the iPhone doesn't correct a load of words you don't want correcting? E.g. I could copy my MS Word custom dictionary entries (as plain text) into it?
get manual correct in cydia, leaves spell check on but turns auto correct off
trouble is I like autocorrect, but not all the time. Guess I'm asking for too much!
No I don't think you are Bushbabywas...Maybe that well informed individual that answered above will come back here and bring us up to speed.
I can help you
Hey guys! here's where you can access your phone's word bank.
Should be easy peasy from there. You're welcome
Yes, you can. Follow the instructions I just posted for Fuzion, and there's an option called Shortcuts. Its not what you think it is. You can add words to the bank there that you want your phone to recognize as real words, instead of trying to correct them into what it thinks the word should be. Hope this helps!
so your first post on MR is a 2 year old post! welcome!