How do I reset my predictive text?
Clear Personalized Data
- > General Management.
- Tap on Language & Input.
- Tap on Samsung Keyboard.
- Tap on Reset Settings.
- Tap on Clear Personalised Data.
- Note: If you don’t want to show predictive words anymore you can switch the predictive text option off.
- Tap on Reset Keyboard Settings.
How do you delete certain words on iPhone predictive text?
To reset your keyboard dictionary, head into your iPhone’s settings and tap on General. Scroll down till you see Reset and tap on Reset Keyboard Dictionary. You’ll then be prompted to enter your passcode (if you have one set) and then have the option to fully reset the predictive words from showing up.
How do I delete words from AutoCorrect?
Add or remove AutoCorrect entries in Word
- Go to the AutoCorrect tab.
- In the Replace box, type the word to remove from the list.
- Select the entry from the list.
- Select Delete.
How do you reset predictive text on Android?
You can clear everything that predictive texting has learned through the Smart typing settings.
- Open the Settings app, then tap “General management”.
- Tap “Samsung Keyboard settings”.
- Scroll down and tap “Reset to default settings”.
- Tap “Erase personalised predictions”, then tap “Erase”.
How do I delete auto suggestions on iPhone?
Open iPhone’s Settings and navigate to General > Keyboard and turn off the Predictive switch. The iOS keyboard should no longer display the suggestions bar. Turn off this switch to disable auto-correct.
How do I clear my AutoCorrect history?
How to clear your Gboard history on an Android
- Open your phone’s “Settings” menu.
- Tap “System.” …
- Select “Languages & input.” …
- Under Keyboards, choose “Virtual keyboard.” …
- Select “Gboard.” …
- At the bottom of the Gboard Settings menu, choose “Advanced.” …
- Scroll until you see “Delete learned words and data.” Tap it.
How do you delete learned words on Android?
Swipe down once from the top of the screen and tap the “Settings” (gear) icon to delete unwanted learned words from your device. Then tap “Languages & input”. Tap “Gboard”, the default keyboard on Google devices. Tap “Dictionary” on the “Gboard keyboard settings” screen and then tap “Delete learned words”.
How do you delete autocorrect words on Android?
Select the language you use to text, and then find the word you want to change/delete from your autocorrect settings. Select it and then hit the trash can icon at the top right corner of the screen. Hope this helps!