On your Samsung Galaxy S20 you have installed the Samsung keyboard, which provides you with useful functions ex works, such as intelligent typing. Intelligent typing includes a dictionary and therefore you can also use the "auto-correction" feature.
The auto-correction is active ex works and automatically changes misspelled words. This is where the problem comes into play.
Because there are words that you may have deliberately chosen because, for example, they are colloquial. The auto-correction automatically adjusts these words so that they are "correct".
Depending on how often you now receive automatic improvements, it may make sense to disable the automatic correction of the Samsung Galaxy S20. Here we have summarized for you how to proceed exactly:
Disabling the Samsung Galaxy S20 autocorrection - here's how it works
1. Open the settings on the Samsung Galaxy S20.
2. Scroll down to "General Administration" and select the entry.
3. Now select "Language and input" and then "On-screen keyboard".
4. Next, go to "Samsung Keyboard" and then to "Intelligent Typing".
5. Now select "Replace automatically" and then deactivate the option at "English".
Here you can see the steps again in detail in our video tutorial:
You have just successfully disabled the auto-correction of the Samsung Galaxy S20 or the keyboard. From now on, words will no longer be replaced automatically if you press the space bar and the word differs from the suggested word.