That keyboards for Android including an automatic corrector is a good solution, since more than one has avoided sending a misspelled word. But, also, the decision made by the application in question is sometimes not the right one, and there are not a few who believe that it is better if the aforementioned help is not activated. We are going to explain how to get this for the Google keyboard.
The steps that we will indicate are valid for the work of the Mountain View company, which if it is not included in the default terminal, it is possible to download it without having to pay anything for it in the link that we leave in the image after this paragraph. Installation it has no mystery Since once development starts on the Android terminal, an assistant appears to change (not delete) the one used by default.
Steps to disable the checker
The truth is that it is not complex to disable the Google keyboard corrector for Android (for other developments the process may be different, although it will not vary much). If you have a terminal with the operating system no modifications, you have to do the following:
Access the Terminal Settings using the corresponding application that is in the list of available developments
Select the section called Language and text input and from the available options the following: Google keyboard
In the event that your Android terminal has a custom interfaceLike Samsung’s TouchWiz, for example, the steps are somewhat different – but not much more complex. Basically, what you have to do is find the section where the keyboards are managed, which is usually called Language and introduction (or similar).
In the list that appears now you must locate the Google Keyboard and do what we have indicated in the tthird previous step. Once this is done, if this development is used, the automatic correction will not be carried out on your Android.
Others basic concepts of the Google operating system you can find out in the following list with their corresponding links: