If you are a user of Samsung smartphones, there is the autocorrect on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus that you might have noticed, but you don’t know how to make use of it. This feature has remained very beneficial to the people who have problems when typing on their smartphones but unfortunately the words don’t come out as they wish.
In some instances, as a Smartphone user you might you might have issues with the autocorrect feature and especially when it changes something that wasn’t wrongly typed. This is the same issue faced by the Galaxy S9 users and can cause them to become frustrated. Therefore, you might want to have know how on how to disable autocorrect on Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus or the Galaxy S9 phone.
Did you know that you have the option of restricting the autocorrect feature so that it will not fix words it is not familiar to or you can as well disable it forever? Here is a guide on how to turn autocorrect on or off on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.
How To Switch On Or Off Autocorrect On Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus
- Make sure that the phone is turned on
- Switch to the screen that displays the phones keyboard
- Long press the “Dictation Key” which is on the left of the “space bar”
- Click on the Settings icon
- Select Predictive Text below Smart Typing and de-activate the feature.
- From this view you can deactivate variety of options including punctuation mark and also the auto capitalization option.
To take things back to normal, you just need to switch to the same screen where you can access the keyboard, and go to the settings to switch the autocorrect feature back on. Note that the process of switching autocorrect on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus on and off varies and this could be because your keyboard is arranged differently. Hence, don’t be stranded if you are using a downloaded application probably from Google Play Store.