Turn On Predictive Text on Samsung Note 10.1

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Steps

  1. 1
    In order to proceed, make sure that your device is unlocked and that you are on the home screen
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    Once you're on the home screen, swipe your finger down from the top of the screen
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    You will open the notification panel.
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    Tap on the gear-shaped settings icon
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    The icon is in the top right-hand corner.
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    Go to the "Controls" panel on the top of the screen
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    Tap once on "Controls".
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    In the left-hand panel, you will see a "Language and input"
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    Tap once on "Language and input".
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    Scroll down to find "Keyboard and input methods"
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    Tap once on the "Samsung keyboard" gear-shaped icon once
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    Scroll down to "SMART TYPING"
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    The fist option will be "Predictive text".
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    You can turn on and off "Predictive text" by tapping the toggle next to it
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    When the function is enabled, the trigger is green. Once "Predictive text" is enabled, you will see suggested guesses during typing.
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    For example, let's tap on the back arrow in the upper-left corner
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    Tap on the search button in the upper-right corner
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    We can bring up the keyboard to type text.
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    For example, we type "th"
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    The predictive function will give "the" and "thanks" as guesses. We can tap on either to change our word to the tapped one.
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    We can type "hel"
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    The predictive function will offer "Hi,", "Hello", and "he".
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