Avoid #Autocorrect Fail

Nov 06. 2015
Avoid #Autocorrect Fail

Don’t let auto correct get you in troubadour! If you prefer to correct your own typos, here’s how to turn off the auto-replace feature.


How to turn off the auto-correct feature

1. Go into settings and select “language and input”

2. Tap the settings icon next to “Samsung keyboard”

3. Select “auto replacement” then slide the switch on top of the screen to the off (grey) position

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