Autocorrect can be very helpful for those who type very fast and are prone to more mistakes. However, the feature make mistakes as well, so you can decide to do without it. To help you with that, see how to turn off autocorrect on your Android phone:
How can I turn off autocorrect on your Android phone
- Launch the Settings application and click “Language and input.” Depending on your phone, the “Language and input” option might be hidden in a menu named “System” or “General Management.”
- In this section, click “Virtual keyboard.”
- You will be shown a list of your installed keyboards. Choose “Gboard” since it is the default keyboard for almost every application.
- Click “Text correction.”
- Swipe down to “Corrections.” and click “Auto-correction” to disable autocorrect.
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