For those that own the Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, you may want to know how to turn on and off autocorrect. The autocorrect feature was developed to help fix spelling errors and typos on your smartphone. Sometimes autocorrect can be a headache and cause problems by fixing words that are not wrong.
It’s possible to disable autocorrect on Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, and we’ll explain how to do this below. You have two options, you can either turn off autocorrect permanently, or for only words that autocorrect don’t know. Either way, both methods will be explain below on how to turn off and on autocorrect in Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
How to turn on and off autocorrect on Samsung Galaxy S6:
- Turn on your smartphone
- Go to the main keyboard
- Next to the left side of “Space Bar” and tap and hold the “Dictation Key” button
- Tap on “Settings”
- Now you’ll see “Smart Typing”, tap on “Predictive Text” and disable it
- You can also disable other settings like auto-capitalization and punctuation marks
You can later come back and turn autocorrect back “ON” if you want. Just follow the steps above and change the autocorrect setting to “ON” from “OFF” to get things back to normal.
You should know that alternative keyboards that have been installed from the Google Play Store will require different steps. In most cases, turn off and on autocorrect on Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge for downloaded keyboards are mostly similar, but may have a few steps that are different than the standard keyboard.