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    Default Forgive my stupidity but can you use smileys on the S3

    Sorry for this stupid question but it's not my phone its my wife's phone. She wants to know how she inserts a smiley in her text? She is a few thousand miles away at the moment so I can't get hold of the phone. Any quick answers that I can text her about how to do this.

    Thanks
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    Default Re: Forgive my stupidity but can you use smileys on the S3

    Hit the menu button while keyboard is being used and a list will pop up with the option to Insert Smiley.
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    Default Re: Forgive my stupidity but can you use smileys on the S3

    Or just physically type one :-)
    The method depends on the keyboard app in use; the Messaging app; etc.

    If she were using SwiftKey: http://market.android.com/details?id...htype.swiftkey then long-pressing on the Enter character would bring up the stock smilies.

    If she's using the stock Samsung keyboard then long-pressing on the period key will bring up the available smilies.Forgive my stupidity but can you use smileys on the S3-uploadfromtaptalk1378535973661.jpgSent from my rooted, debloated, deodexed Sinclair ZX-80 running CM 10.2 using Tapatalk 2
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    Default Re: Forgive my stupidity but can you use smileys on the S3

    Thanks very much I'll text her and tell her. Mmmmmmmm knowing her I may be back?

    Oh while I'm here could you give me an honest opinion of the S4? Her in doors who shall be obeyed is due an upgrade in three weeks.

    Thanks!
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    Default Re: Forgive my stupidity but can you use smileys on the S3

    Hard to give you an honest opinion of a phone that I don't own and have not played with. All the stuff I've read suggests that it's a good phone, and the S4 Active is particularly interesting if you have a tendency to be clumsy near water.

    But with the technology moving so fast there are already better phones out there (well, depending on your carrier; and of course, depending on what you're really looking for in a phone). If I were going to buy a new phone I'd be looking at the LG G2 or Sony Xperia Z1, and perhaps the yet-to-be-announced Google Nexus (5?). As with the S4, those are phones that I've read about but don't own, nor have I played with them. And they're selections based on my interests, which may be totally different than your SOs.

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