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Activate Spell Check On Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8+ Plus

If you have a Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus, texting is probably one of the most common things you do on it. Whether it’s messaging, writing emails or posting comments on social networks, smartphones are nowadays more about written words and less about spoken words. This is one of the reasons why Samsung is systematically taking care of its users’ typing experiences.

The Spell Check feature, for instance, was designed to help with writing texts easier and faster, without worrying that much about spelling and grammar. It tracks down and underlines in red any misspelled word. And if you tap that word, you’ll get suggestions of what it could have meant or how you should have written it correctly.

Does it sound like something you’d love to use? This article will teach you how to activate Spell Check on Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus. If it sounds like something you don’t want to have, you’ll still want to read this. Coming up next, you’ll also learn how to deactivate it – who knows when you’re going to need this kind of info…

 

 

The 5 steps to activate Spell Check on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus

  1. Swipe the main Menu of your Samsung Galaxy S8;
  2. Tap on Settings;
  3. Go to Language & Input;
  4. Browse until you find and select the Samsung Keyboard;
  5. Select the Auto Check Spelling.

 

This is all it takes to activate this correction feature. Because we promised you some deactivation tips, well, the steps are the same. If you discover that the Spell Check has been mistakenly activated, by you or someone else, retake the above steps. When you reach the Auto Check Spelling and tap on it, the setting will automatically switch from On to Off.

If you’ve read this article carefully, you must have noticed that our instructions are for Samsung Galaxy S8 users who rely on the Samsung Keyboard. Have you already switched to a third-party keyboard taken from the Google Play Store? The directions could be slightly different. It all depends on how your keyboard is laid out.

 

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