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How to Turn Off Autocorrect On Android 11, 10, 9 (Pie), 8.1 (Oreo) to Earlier Lollipop 5.1.2

Last Updated on March 31, 2021 by Bestusefultips

Here is the complete guide on how to turn off autocorrect on Android 11, 10, 9 (Pie), 8.1 (Oreo) to earlier Lollipop 5.1.2. This auto check spelling or auto-correct features available in almost all smartphones and by default it’s on in your devices. When you typing any message on your android device, it checked to spell automatically, and if the error then suggests the correct words below. It helps users to underline spelling errors in red and suggest corrections if any error when typing the message. Other useful settings are predictive text, auto-capitalization, number row, and more.

Below you can see a perfect solution to turn off or disable autocorrect on Android lollipop devices such as Samsung Galaxy J7 & J5, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, HTC Desire, and other Android devices.

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Check below-given steps to turn autocorrect on or off in the latest Android 11, 10, 9 Pie, 8.1 Oreo, Nougat 7.1.2, Marshmallow 6.0, and Lollipop 5.1.2 devices.

Turn off Autocorrect on Android 11 Stock OS

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on System.

Step 3: Tap on Language & input.

Step 4: Tap the On-screen keyboard.

Step 5: Tap Gboard.

Step 6: Tap Text correction.

Step 7: Toggle off Auto-correction under the correction section.

Disable Autocorrect on Android 10

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on System.

Step 3: Tap on Language & input.

Step 4: Tap on the Virtual keyboard.

Step 5: Tap on Gboard

Step 6: Tap on Text correction.

Step 7: Toggle on or off Auto-correction.

Turn off autocorrect Android 9 Pie

Settings > System > Language & input > Virtual keyboard > Gboard > Text correction > Auto-correction

Enable or disable predictive text in Android Pie 9.0

Settings > System > Language & input > Virtual keyboard > Gboard > Search > Predictive Content search

Turn off Autocorrect in android Oreo 8.0 & 8.1

Settings > System > Language & input > virtual keyboard > Gboard >Text correction > Correction > Auto-correction

How to turn off Predictive text on android Oreo 8.1 & 8.0

Settings > System > Language & input > virtual keyboard > Gboard > Search > predictive search

For Android 5.1.2 Lollipop and Marshmallow 6.0

How to turn on autocorrect on android lollipop

You can see the above screenshot when you typing any message or chat with friends when turn on autocorrect on your android phone and tablet. Follow the below-given steps to turn off autocorrect on android lollipop 5.1.1 using language & input settings.

Step 1:  Open Settings on your Android Lollipop device.

under system tap on language and input

Step 2: Scroll down until the system section, tap on Language, and input.

Tap on Samsung Keyboard on android

Step 3: Under Keyboard and input methods, tap on the Samsung keyboard.

Tap on Auto check spelling

Step 4: Tap on auto check spelling under Smart typing.

turn on autocorrect on android

By default on your android phone or tablet turn on autocorrect/auto check spelling feature. When you type a message and if an error in spelling then you can see the red underline on the error and suggest corrections.

turn off autocorrect on android lollipop

Step 5:  Turn off the toggle button of auto check spelling.

How to turn off autocorrect on android lollipop

Now typing any message on your android device, you can see the no spelling error seen if you have to write the wrong spelling in your message. It’s quite simple to turn off autocorrect on android lollipop.

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