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Registry Tweaks for Lumia 710&800

31st December 2012, 07:40 AM |#11  
Thanks Meter: 17
Have anyone interested in disabling prediction and auto correct?
I just found that tweak today! (Changing some registy values myself)

Go to: Local Machine\System\Input
enter in the folder that corresponds your alnguage id (in my case is lang_0416 for Portuguese Brazilian)

add the string ".disable" in the end of the values of "Dictionary File" and "HTR Dictionary File" and restart your phone.

Next time you type something, you should not be bothered again with the prediction and auto correct.
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2nd January 2013, 08:55 AM |#12  
Thanks Meter: 17
Hi guys! You problems with the phone vibration ends here!
Access the phone registry and go to "Current User\Control Panel\SoundCategories\Ring"

First go to: RingerOffVibrateOn
and change script value to: av0.1v2.2w2r

Now go to: RingerOnVibrateOn
and change script value to:

Reboot isn't required. Call your phone and you will see the classic vibration while on silent.
Unfortunately the phone cannot vibrate and ring... Only vibrate, then ring.

---------- Post added at 09:55 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:07 AM ----------

I don't know if i'm really helping here...
If you found out that your alarm volume is too low... You can go to in registry: "Current User\Control Panel\SoundCategories\Alarm\RingOnVibrateOn"
Change script to: p

yes... just "p" (that means PLAY)
it will not change the volume at all... it will just play in the same volume as your ringtone ^^
Last edited by fabiode34; 2nd January 2013 at 09:38 AM.
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