Many users search how to disable annoying auto replace (auto correct) on Android smartphones. The function itself can be really useful for people who use only bookish vocabulary. It is designed to complete or replace the typed word with the most probable one to ease the typing process. But in many cases, especially when the slang words are used, this feature can bring the user to a white heat replacing words with absolutely wrong ones. Here is how to disable auto replace on Android. We will show you pics about how to turn off the feature on Samsung Keyboard using our Galaxy S4 on Android 5.
Disable auto replace on Android
Step 1. Go to “Settings”:
Step 2. Tap “My device” → “Language and input”:
Step 3. Select your active keyboard. It can be Google keyboard, Samsung Keyboard (default for Galaxy smartphones) or anything else:
Step 4. Tap on “Auto replace”
Step 5. Here you can disable the Auto replace function globally or untick one or more launguages to turn off auto replace for the specific language (-s):
Done! Since now you won’t experience annoying auto replacement on Android phone.