Unless you turn off autocorrect in Samsung S10, S10 Plus or S10e, the keyboard is not in your hands. One day you will get frustrated and keep asking people how to get rid of autocorrect. Before that day comes in your life, we would recommend you to disable autocorrect in Galaxy S10, S10 Plus or S10e right now. Autocorrect will likely to create chaos by sending wrong messages to the opponent and it happens when you are typing expert.
Yesterday, when I was typing “KANE”, the autocorrect replaced that word with “MANE“. That was the time I decided to disable autocorrect in my Samsung S10 and I will be happy to assist you too.
While there are lots of Samsung Galaxy S10 issues, we might be helpful for you to get rid of one with this tutorial.
How to Turn Off autocorrect in Samsung S10, S10 Plus, and S10e
- Go to the Settings app of your Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus or S10e.
- Navigate to General Management.
- Next, select Language & Input.
- Tap on-screen keyboard.
- Choose Samsung Keyboard or any other keyboard that you are using currently.
- Now, select Smart Typing.
- Turn off Predictive Text in Samsung S10, S10 Plus, and S10e.
After you do this, you have disabled predictive text in Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus or S10e. However, there is one more option which can be used to turn off autocorrect in Samsung S10 Plus, S10 or S10e. That is, simply disable auto-replace in Samsung S10, instead of disabling autocorrect. What I’m trying to say is when you turn off auto-replace in Samsung S10, the keyboard will continue to help with your mistakes but it won’t be able to replace the word unless you want.
Here’s how to turn off Auto-Replace in Samsung S10, S10 Plus, and S10e
- Navigate to the Settings app.
- Locate General Management and open it.
- Tap Language & Input.
- Select the on-screen keyboard.
- Choose the Keyboard that you are using.
- Go for Smart Typing.
- Select Auto-replace and disable it.