While autocorrect feature is useful for fixing typos and spelling errors, sometimes it gets us into trouble in terms misunderstandings. It is a headache especially if you are in a hurry to send something serious and the autocorrect goes all genius on you, or it embarrasses you without your knowledge.
The issue does not come with Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9 only; most or all smartphones have this feature and only a few users know how to turn it on and off or disable it completely.
Below is an explanation of how you can go about disabling the autocorrect on Samsung Note 9 and Note 8 or simply turn it ON and OFF,
How to turn on and off autocorrect on Samsung Note 9 and Note 8:
- Switch on the Samsung Note 8 or Note 9.
- Locate the keyboard on your screen.
- Once you have the keyboard on display, locate the Dictation Key near the left side of the Space Bar
- Touch and hold the dictation key and then select settings A section saying smart typing will appear, select Predictive Text and disable it. Other options will be on display like auto-capitalization and punctuation marks, use the opportunity to choose how you want your fonts will appear.
If you want to switch on the autocorrect on Note 9 and Note 8 ON, go to settings and change them back to normal. For those whose keyboard has been installed through Google Play, the method is a little different.