Samsung Galaxy S9 Autocorrect: How To Turn OFF And ON

The Samsung Galaxy S9 has an autocorrect feature that suggests words to you as you type. This feature learns your writing style from your contacts, messages, third-party applications as well as social networking sites.

However, the autocorrect does not always work correctly sometimes and often suggests a wrong word that is then automatically adopted. For this reason, you might want to deactivate the autocorrect feature or modify it accordingly. It is possible to turn the autocorrect feature on or off, depending on your requirements. So, what are you waiting for? Read the instructions below and apply them on your phone.

How to Turn Off Autocorrect

  1. Turn on your Samsung Galaxy S9
  2. Go to your keyboard or typing screen
  3. Press and hold Dictation Key at the left of your keyboard’s spacebar
  4. Tap on the Settings gear option
  5. There is a Smart Typing section of Predictive Text right under that section
  6. Select the option to disable Predictive Texts

 

How to Turn On Autocorrect

  1. Turn on your Samsung Galaxy S9
  2. Go to your keyboard or typing screen
  3. Press and hold Dictation Key at the left of your keyboard’s spacebar
  4. Tap on the Settings gear option
  5. There is a Smart Typing section of Predictive Text right under that section
  6. Select the option to disable Predictive Texts

 

We hope this article helped optimize your Galaxy S9 for a better experience. Different options like Punctuation marks, Auto-Capitalization are also adjustable.

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