Among the advantages of Android is that it is so customisable. Sometimes it’s hard to learn where you can go to change the configurations, though, so here we describe how to carefully turn off predictive wording on Android and exactly how to create preferences for another keyboard. Using a Moto G with Android Lollipop we are demonstrating the process here, and of course the Google Keyboard, but the method is largely the same for KitKat and other keyboards you may well be using. The whole process has slightly changed in the latest Android- Android Nougat, so we’ve added additional instructions for newer users where necessary.
How to switch off predictive word on Android
Here we are going to discuss some easiest ways to fix the “predictive word” issue of our Android phone. Try these and we are damn sure that you will not be disappointed.
Step 1- Follow the instructions and you are done!
This is the easiest one and just following the three below mentioned points, you can crack the tough nut of the process.
- Move down from the most notable of the display screen twice if you have updated the Android to lollypop or Android N to jump into the quick action options.
- Then touch the cog icon to open up the configurations menu. On other phones, it could be a slightly different path to settings.
- Nevertheless, you can check the app tray for the Settings and pin it to your home screen if you need an extremely quick way to change the settings.
Step 2- Tricky but effective
Now that you have completed the first step successfully, it’s time to move down to the next step.
- Scroll right down to Language & touch and input onto it. Beneath the sub-heading Keyboard & input methods, you will notice which keyboard you are using and – not obviously – the settings for this beneath that: the menu item states the name of the keyboard and the language.
- If you are on Android N, touch Virtual Keyboard.
- Touch on the name of the keyboard – in cases like this Google Keyboard, and you’ll see all the available options.
- To carefully turn off the predictive word, touch Text modification and in the bottom of another display then, switch off “Next-word suggestions.” It’s somewhat different in Android N – faucet Text Modification and toggle from the “Show suggestion” option.
Personal Dictionary: You can include words to the, and it’s really useful if Android will auto-correct someone’s name or another phrase you use regularly. While you put in a portrayed phrase, you can also go into a shortcut- that’s important when you have long or complicated words or a phrase.
Let us know how many minutes you have taken to fix the issue following our process.
Ahhh…we nearly missed the point- after saving the settings don’t forget to reboot your devices. That’s all. Advance hi-five for those who take less than five minutes to complete the process. Stay tuned for more thrilling advanced tutorials.