The text prediction Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus is an option that some users are totally against. That’s because it can often predict words that you weren’t really interested in typing. So, instead of making you type faster, this input technology might make you worry about what you’ve written in your message.
Don’t want to double check your texts just to be sure that no mistakes slipped in? How about you learn to disable this feature? If, on the contrary, it was disabled and you think you could use this kind of help, it’s the same setting, in the same place, that you need to check on!
To Get To Predictive Text Settings On Samsung Galaxy S9 Or Galaxy S9 Plus…
- You must first get to the general settings of the phone, from the gear icon listed in the Notification Drawer;
- In there, browse for the Language & Input menu and open it;
- Select your stock Samsung Keyboard app;
- From all its features, identify the Predictive Text and decide if you want to turn it On or Off.
We kept our promise and showed you how to control the Text Prediction on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. But as you’ll see for yourself, the same menu where you have this option listed includes a couple of other advanced settings. Don’t ignore them either, as you might spot some interesting extra options that are really fun and useful to work with…
For instance, you can customize a series of time delays so that, when you long press a particular key, you will get to type a special character that, otherwise, is hard to find on your keyboard. Just the same, you can activate Text Correction on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, a feature that develops a dictionary with all your previously typed words. Based on it, this active option will correct the words that you misspell, allowing you to type faster and to worry less about typos.
To draw a conclusion, you know where the most important typing settings of your keyboard are. Go tweak the settings on Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus text predictions!