Autocorrect is without a doubt one of the most useful tools for typing on a touch screen device. Sometimes, though, autocorrect isn’t the perfect solution. There will be times where Autocorrect will correct words you don’t want it to, or change words without your permission. This can be frustrating, so you’ll be happy to know that it’s possible to turn autocorrect on and off on your LG G6.
If you would like to completely disable the autocorrect feature on your LG G6, please follow the guide we have provided below. You’ll be able to enable it or disable it at any time by following this guide.
How to turn on and off autocorrect on LG G6:
- Make sure your LG G6 is switched on
- Open any app that can bring the keyboard up
- Once the keyboard is opened, press the small key next to the space bar.
- On the small pop-up that appears, tap the settings icon. It looks like a small cog.
- Next, tap “Smart Typing,” then tap on “Predictive text.” Tap it to disable or enable it, depending on your preferences.
- Use this same menu to disable auto-capitalization and auto-punctuation.
Hopefully this guide has helped you to disable or enable autocorrect on your LG G6. If at any time you want to change your settings back, simply follow the same steps provided above.
This guide was made with the default LG G6 keyboard in mind. If you’re using a different keyboard, you’ll still be able to follow this guide, but the icons may be in different locations on the keyboard.