How to turn Off / On Autocorrect on Samsung S22 / S22 Plus / S22 Ultra

How to turn off autocorrect on Samsung Galaxy S22? Turn off autocorrect on Samsung S22 Plus? Disable autocorrect on Samsung S22 Ultra? How to turn on autocorrect on Samsung S22?

Autocorrect is a nice feature that many people enjoy and at the same time hate. Yes, this feature can be very useful for writers as it will automatically correct your spelling. On the other hand, it can be very bad especially if you are someone typing more complex words, such as legal or scientific terms, autocorrect may not be able to catch up with such terms.

In this article, we will be showing you how to turn off auto-correct on Samsung Galaxy S22.

How to Turn off / On Autocorrect on a Samsung S22 / S22 Plus

Step 1: From your device’s home screen, tap the Message app.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap on the keyboard settings.

Step 3: Tap Text correction.

Step 4: Finally, you can select autocorrect , and then you can choose to switch it Off or On.

How to Activate or Deactivate Predictive Text On Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

Via the keyboard:

Step 1: On your keyboard tap the Settings icon.

Step 2: Tap “Smart typing”.

Step 3: Tap the switch to activate or deactivate.

Via the Settings menu:

Step 1: Go to “Settings”, then tap “General management”.

Step 2: Tap “Language and input”, “On-screen keyboard”, then “Samsung Keyboard”.

Step 3: Tap “Smart typing”.

Step 4: Tap the switch to activate or deactivate.

Below are some of the smart typing settings you need to know.

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Auto replaces: This will complete or replace the word you are typing with the word it thinks is the most likely for the sentence. You can easily activate or deactivate this setting by going to the “Smart typing” menu. Tap “Auto replace“, then tap the switch to activate or deactivate it.

Auto spell check: This underlines misspelled words in red and suggests the most likely corrections. You can turn this feature On and Off in the Smart typing settings.

Auto capitalize: This will automatically capitalize the first letter of each sentence. You can also turn this feature On and Off in the Smart typing settings.

Auto spacing: This will automatically place a space after you insert a word using predictive text. You can turn this feature On and Off in the Smart typing settings.

Auto punctuate: This allows you to place full stops quickly by double-tapping the space bar. You can turn the features Off and On in the Smart typing settings.

About Samsung Galaxy S22

The Samsung Galaxy S22 series are premium and flagship smartphones that come with a great body design and other goodies as well. The handset has a screen display size of 6.06 inches and is equipped with a Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel. It packs IP68 dust/water resistance (up to 1.5m for 30 mins) and has a 4000 mAh battery. The Samsung S22 and the S22 Plus have a triple rear cameras setup consisting of 50 MP + 10 MP + 12 MP and a front camera of 10 MP. The Samsung S22 Ultra on the other hand features 108 MP + 10 MP + 10 MP + 12 MP and a front camera of 40 MP.

2 thoughts on “How to turn Off / On Autocorrect on Samsung S22 / S22 Plus / S22 Ultra”

  1. Autocorrect / Auto Replace for S22 Ultra is found in Settings > General Management > Samsung Keyboard Settings > Auto Replace (on/off). Not whatever it says in this article. Good luck.

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  2. Are they actually looking at a Galaxy S22? None of my lists in setting look like or say anything that they are listing. If I go to General Management > Samsung Keyboard settings > The choices that I get are as follows; Languages and Types (English is only what I have chosen), Predictive Text (which I have turned off and it still auto corrects everything), Suggest Emojis (which turned off as soon as I turned off Predictive Text), Suggest Stickers While Typing, Auto Replace (Underneath that choice, it faintly reads “No languages selected” and when I tap on it, it says not available with QWERTY keyboard), Suggest Text Corrections (which is not highlighted), Text Shortcuts, More Typing options, Style and Layout; under that heading is; Keyboard Toolbar, High Contrast Keyboard, Theme, Mode, Size and Transparency, Layout, Font Size, Custom Symbols, Swipe, Touch, and Feedback, Select Third-party Content, Reset Default Settings, and lastly About Samsung Keyboard. And I still have no idea how to turn OFF auto correct!! Does anybody really know????

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