How to turn off Auto-Correction and Auto-Capitalization modes in Smartphone Devices

1 Jul 2015    02:43 pm

How to turn off Auto-Correction and Auto-Capitalization modes in Smartphone Devices

Now a days Everyone using Smartphones like Android Phones, Windows phones and Iphones. Most of them are supposed to write mails or texting or chatting with friends with this smartphones. The problem is while we are typing something it will automatically correct the words and make Auto-Captalization, with this all of them are feeling irritation on this automatic process. Here this article provides you how to turnoff Auto-Correction and Auto-Captalization in your Smartphones.

1. Auto-Correction:

Step1: In your smartphone goto "settings" and search for Language & Input.

Step2: Open Language&Input and search for "Android Keyboard" or "Google Keyboard" having setting icon.

Step3: Touch the setting icon and search for "Auto-correction" or "Text Correction".

Step4: Touch the Auto-correction or Text Correction and turnoff the format.

Step5: That's it, You made it and if you wnat to check then go to the message box and type something and check.

Step6: If you want to turn on the automatic then the same process will be takesplace.

2. Auto-Captalization:

Step1: In your smartphone goto "settings" and search for Language & Input.

Step2: Open Language&Input and search for "Android Keyboard" or "Google Keyboard" having setting icon.

Step3: After entering into that see the "Preferences" button.

Step4: Touch the "Preferences" and see the Auto-Captalization.

Step5: Turnoff the Auto-Captalization or uncheck.

Step6: That's it, You made it and if you wnat to check then go to the message box and type something and check.

Step7: If you want to turn on the automatic then the same process will be takesplace.

 

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