Redmi launched its two devices in July 2019 K20 and K20 Pro. The K20 Pro comes with the all-new snapdragon 855 processor and up to 8GB RAM. Whereas K20 comes with the all-new snapdragon 730 processor with up to 8GB RAM. Both are a very powerful device in their price segment. Now, let’s move on to the topic “turn off autocorrect in Redmi K20 and K20 pro“.
Autocorrect is built for helping the user while texting. But, sometimes it does the opposite as it replaces the word you type. It becoming frustrating and time-consuming as when you are in an important conversation with someone. As an example when you type the word “Rome” and it replaced automatically by the word “Rise“. The predictive text is not your problem here as it only shows the suggestion for what you are typing. Your concern should be “auto-replace” as it is the feature which replaces the word with the suggestive text.
Steps to turn off autocorrect in Redmi k20 and Redmi K20 Pro:-
As I am going to show how you can disable autocorrect in MiUi 10. As both devices, Redmi k20 and Redmi k20 pro are running on the Miui 10 for now. Let’s begin,
- Open the setting app on your device.
- Navigate to the additional setting option.
- Tap on the language and input.
- Tap on the keyboard name you are using as in my case, it is “Gboard”.
- Click on the Text Correction.
- Turn off the auto-correct form here.
Congrats you have successfully turned off autocorrect in your Redmi K20 and K20 Pro. If you want to turn off suggestion too then follow the steps given below,
- Follow the same steps above from ” step 1 to 4″.
- Then select text correction.
- Disable “suggestive strip” option.
After disabling it you will not any suggestions while typing. We suggest you Disable auto-correction only not the predictive strip. You can use this method to turn off autocorrect on any device running on the MiUi.
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A computer engineer by day, gamer by night. He grew up playing Mario and contra, and just like every other 90s kid, he got passionate about mobile gaming. He had done bachelors in computer science and played fps and MOBA games for years.