Currently, Android is the most used operating system all over the world. Most smartphones are running on the Android platform. Android has excellent features that made it different from other OS. Users can have access to various free apps from the Android market. It can support various keyboards like Google keyboard, Swift keyboard, Samsung keyboard, etc. If you are holding an Android Smartphone with Samsung Keyboard, then there are common problems related to Android Predictive Text and Samsung Keyboard that you may face. The common issues are, your phone is not able to remember the words that are not present in the dictionary though you use those words on a regular basis and the other issue is changing the word that you are typing to some other words. But not to worry as we Technobezz people are always there to help you out with any kind of issues.
There are two methods to fix Android Predictive text and Samsung Keyboard. These are discussed below.
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The process to Fix Android Predictive Text and Samsung Keyboard
The first method requires you to delete the data from Samsung Keyboard and then resave all the data and settings.
> First head to settings
> Go to Application Manager
> Select ‘All’ and then Samsung Keyboard
> Tap on Clear Data and Restart your phone. Remember to shut down and remove the battery. Wait for a few seconds and place the battery again, turn on the phone.
Now you need to resave the data and settings once again by the following process:
> Go to Settings and tap ‘More’.
> Select language & Input and go to Samsung Keyboard.
> Now set the language as- English US, Predictive text > ON, Auto replacement > off, Auto capitalization > On, Auto Spacing> On and Auto punctuate> On.
> Also make the sound > off, Vibrate > off, and character preview on.
Now your Samsung keyboard will start working as before.
The other method to fix Android Predictive Text and Samsung Keyboard are quite simple, and you need to follow the below steps to get rid of the problem.
> First, go to settings
> Tab My device and head to Language & Input
> Select Samsung Keyboard (settings)
> Make the predictive text off and restart your phone.
> Now again go to Samsung keyboard settings by following the same path.
> Turn on the predictive Text.
The problem will be solved now. So, you can use any of these two methods to fix the issue.