How to Turn Off Auto Correct on Android Nougat

Posted by Nitin Maheta | October 19, 2018 Comments: 0
As you know Android 7.0 Nougat has a new layout for keyboard settings which gets really hard for you to turn off the auto correct on Android Nougat.

You will find the list of keyboards on Languages and input settings which are installed from Google Play Store. You could access the Virtual Keyboard and Physical Keyboard from here easily.


Let us know the difference between a Virtual Keyboard and Physical Keyboard which are installed on the device. Well, a Virtual Keyboard has to do with Google Keyboard, Swift Keyboard, Swype Keyboard and Grammarly Keyboard like apps. Whereas a Physical Keyboard has to do with wired and wireless keyboards which are attached to the phone or device.

In order to turn off auto correct in Android Nougat, You must navigate all the way to Virtual Keyboard settings and You could able to make a selection for the keyboard app, Whether it is Google Keyboard, Swift Keyboard, Swype Keyboard or Grammarly Keyboard and you can then change settings for it.

How to Turn Off Auto Correct on Android Nougat

  • First you need to open the device Settings.
  • You need to then Navigate and Select Languages & input from there you will be able to select the Virtual keyboard.
  • As you might be having Keyboards from Google Keyboard, Swift Keyboard, Swype Keyboard or Grammarly Keyboard, Please Select your Keyboard app which you often use, In My case I often use a Google Keyboard as it is Integrated with Inbuilt Google Search Option.
  • Then under that, Select the Text correction and from there then turn off Auto-correction toggle
  • You could also able to find other text corrections too like Auto space after Punctuation, Auto Capitalisation, Double space full stop and spell check to be toggled on and off for Auto correction.

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Conclusion: So if you have followed the above steps clearly, You could prevent the Keyboard from auto correcting itself when you are typing something which isn’t found in the Dictionary or not itself comes under English.

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