In this guide, you will learn how to turn off autocorrect on Samsung Galaxy S20. Autocorrect is a notorious feature which many people love and hate at the same time. It has been around for years and it has also improved a lot but still, it is not perfect and there is a lot of room for improvement. In Samsung Galaxy S20, the autocorrect is known as “Predictive Text” and if you don’t like it then you can disable it and we will show you how to do it. Let’s get started.
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How to Turn Off Autocorrect on Samsung Galaxy S20
Autocorrect can be useful at the time but if you are done with it then you can disable it. Here’s how you can do it.
- Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the gear-shaped icon on the top right corner to access the settings. Alternatively, go to the home menu and find the Settings app and tap it to access the settings.
- In the settings, Navigate to General Management and tap it.
- Now go to the Language and input section and tap it.
- Go to the Keyboards section and tap On-Screen Keyboard and select the keyboard you are using. In our case, we are using the Samsung Keyboard.
- In this section, navigate to Smart Typing and tap it.
- Now Toggle the Predictive Text to grey. It will turn off the Predictive Text or Autocorrect.
- You can also disable the Auto Replace, Auto Spell Check, Auto Spacing, Auto Punctuation, etc.
How to Turn Off Autocorrect on Samsung Galaxy S20 via Keyboard
If for some reason, you don’t want to use the above-mentioned method then you can use this method which is way easier than the previous one. Here’s how you can use it.
- Open the keyboard.
- Tap the Emoji Keyboard on the top left corner of the keyboard.
- Then tap the Settings icon on the menu.
- It will lead you to the Keyboard settings, navigate to Smart Typing and tap it.
- Here you can disable the Predictive Text and other features.
Should you disable the Autocorrect on your Samsung Galaxy S20?
As we mentioned in our intro, Autocorrect is a notorious feature that can sometimes work good but sometimes it does a very poor job. It can work well in some cases so if you use your smartphone for the official communication then autocorrect can help you with your mistakes. However, make sure to double-check the message before sending as Autocorrect is still not a perfect feature.
That’s how you can turn off autocorrect on Samsung Galaxy S20. If you have any questions, please let us know in the comment section below. Also, if you want to learn how to wipe cache partition on Samsung Galaxy S20, then visit our website.