Turning ON and OFF Autocorrect on LG G7
The LG G7 has a lot of amazing and useful features; one of these features is the Autocorrect. The work of the autocorrect feature is to assist in correcting typos and other spelling errors that you make when typing on your LG G7. I know it sounds cool and relevant, but the Autocorrect feature can sometimes be an issue especially when it decides to ‘correct’ a word that is actually correct. There users that find this to be extremely annoying, and they will like to know how to deactivate the feature.
If you are using an LG G7 and you will like to know how you can deactivate the autocorrect feature on your smartphone, there are two methods that you can use to deactivate it. The first method is to shut it down completely, or you can disable it not to correct any word that it does not recognize. You can make use of the instructions below to know how you can switch on and off the autocorrect feature on the LG G7.
How to Turn ON and OFF Autocorrect on LG G7
- Power on your LG G7
- Find a screen that will make the keyboard to appear
- Beside the left “Space Bar” press and hold the “Dictation Key”
- You can now select the “Settings” gear option
- Find the “Predictive Text’ option under the section named “Smart Typing,” and deactivate the option
Here, you will also see other options like auto-capitalization and punctuation marks. You can deactivate them too if you do not want them on your LG G7.
If you later want to enable the autocorrect feature again, just follow the same steps outlined above. Change the autocorrect feature to “ON” to make the settings return to normal.
It’s also important to let you know that this method is only for the inbuilt keyboard of the LG G7. If you are using a keyboard that you downloaded from Google Play Store, you may have to do a little search on how to switch off and on the autocorrect feature.