Add A New Word To Android Auto-correct Dictionary: We all face problem during typing a message not in English due to enabled auto correct option on Android device even though we can add those word to dictionary while typing the message rather than doing this while typing a message we can manually add our most time used word to Android Auto-correct dictionary.
How to Add A New Word To Android Auto-correct Dictionary
This can actually be done in two ways.
- Right-clicking on the word that gets changed and clicking on the Add to dictionary button that appears to the bottom.But then, this works only for certain apps like Gmail and all.
- Changing the settings in the phone manually.
Click on the Settings icon that appears to the top on your Android device.
You will have variable options inside it.Go the General option and switch to the Personal icon over there.Below that you will find an option called Language and input which describes the language of text used in your phone and the various input methods.
When you scroll down to it, depending on the model you use, you will have the option to change the settings for the keyboard you have opted in your phone.Tap on to the settings icon present right next to it.
You will find an option called Additional Settings in it.Click on to it.
On the bottom of the page that pops up on clicking the Additional Settings icon, you will see an option named Personal Dictionary.Tap on it.
A new page pops up with a space to type the text below. You will see a + icon to the right that denotes adding the corresponding word. Type the word and tap on the Save button. The new word gets added and from now on,no other recommendations and replacements will occur for it.
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