It has often happened to all of us that we encounter misspellings while typing on our Android phones and sending messages to the audience. Therefore, smartphone makers have put the ability to automatically correct typos on these devices. But sometimes this automatic correction, instead of making our work easier, slows down our typing speed and has its own nerves. In fact, most of the time, instead of correcting the spelling of the words, this feature misdiagnoses and replaces the word we are looking for with another word!
Most of us have experienced the same mistakes many times when using the Autocorrect feature. If this feature causes you more nerves and confusion than it improves your typing performance, we recommend that you join us in the continuation of this article, because we want to teach you how to disable auto-correction in Android.
How to turn off autocorrect android in Gboard
Most Android devices use the Google keyboard or Gboard by default. If you also use this keyboard on your smartphone, just follow the steps below to disable the auto-correction feature.
- First of all, go to the Settings app .
- Swipe down to find System . Once found, click on this option as shown below.
Drag the opened page until you find the Auto-correction option. Once you find this option, just turn off the auto-correction feature by disabling the key next to it; Of course, instead of disabling auto-correction, you can enable the Undo auto-correct on backspace option to return your typed phrase to the way you typed it each time you use the space bar to type words.
- This completes your task of disabling auto-correction. Now you can chat with your loved ones easily and without worrying about weird typos.
Note: If the auto-correction feature is currently disabled on your phone and you would like to take advantage of it, just repeat the above steps and enable auto-correction again.
Learn how to disable auto-correction on other Android keyboards
If you are using a keyboard other than Gboard, just follow the steps below to disable auto-correction on Android.
- First of all, open the settings menu on your phone.
- Now go to Settings -> Languages & input -> Virtual keyboard .
- In this section, you must select the keyboard you are using. For example, in this section we use the Chrooma keyboard .
In this section, you are referred directly to the app keyboard itself.
This section allows you to turn off the auto-correction feature altogether or adjust the auto-correction intensity to your liking. You can change this intensity from the Modest, Aggressive, and Very Aggressive options.
Note that the above steps vary slightly depending on the type of keyboard you are using, but you will find more or less the same options in the keyboard app menu.
Learn how to disable auto-correction on Samsung phones
If you use Samsung phones, you will most likely use your Samsung keyboard to type by default. In this case, to disable auto-correction, you should look for the Auto replace option in your phone settings, which we will explain to you step by step.
Automatically correcting words sometimes, especially when we are in a hurry, helps us to avoid making stupid typos. Unfortunately, this feature can also cause us problems with incorrect word correction. If you’re sure you do not want to use this feature anymore, we recommend that you turn off auto-correction on your phone keyboard. In this article, we tried to explain the method of disabling auto-correction in different Android keyboards to you, the regular companions of Wironal. However, if you have a question or ambiguity, you can share it with us through the comments section.