How To Turn ON And OFF Predictive Text With Google Pixel 2

There are a lot of amazing, powerful and efficient features that are present in the new Google Pixel 2. One of these features is the Predictive Text feature. The Predictive text feature works by suggesting words when you are typing based on the context of what you are typing.

This amazing feature makes it more fun and it makes it easier to type on Google Pixel 2. I’ll explain below how you can activate the predictive text feature on your Google Pixel 2.

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How to Switch Off Predictive Text on Google Pixel 2

  1. Power on your Google Pixel 2
  2. Locate Settings
  3. Click on Language and Input
  4. Click on Google Keyboard
  5. Search and click ON for Predictive text.

Advanced settings

The new Google Pixel 2 comes with an Advanced Settings option that gives you more access and control of the predictive text settings. You can customize it by setting time delays with a long press on a key. This means that you can make it possible for a key to bring up different characters when you hold it down for awhile.

Text Correction Options

When you activate the Predictive text feature on your Google Pixel 2, you can also activate text corrections as well. This is an option that you can add to your own personalized dictionary. This will make sure that your device does not ‘correct’ words that you use often use when texting.

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