You're watching VisiHow. This is a video tutorial on how to enable "Predictive text" in the "Language and input" settings on the Samsung Note 10.1 (2014 Edition).
In order to proceed, make sure that your device is unlocked and that you are on the home screen.
Once you're on the home screen, swipe your finger down from the top of the screen.
You will open the notification panel.
Tap on the gear-shaped settings icon.
The icon is in the top right-hand corner.
Go to the "Controls" panel on the top of the screen.
Tap once on "Controls".
In the left-hand panel, you will see a "Language and input".
Tap once on "Language and input".
Scroll down to find "Keyboard and input methods".
Tap once on the "Samsung keyboard" gear-shaped icon once.
Scroll down to "SMART TYPING".
The fist option will be "Predictive text".
You can turn on and off "Predictive text" by tapping the toggle next to it.
When the function is enabled, the trigger is green. Once "Predictive text" is enabled, you will see suggested guesses during typing.
For example, let's tap on the back arrow in the upper-left corner.
Tap on the search button in the upper-right corner.
We can bring up the keyboard to type text.
For example, we type "th".
The predictive function will give "the" and "thanks" as guesses. We can tap on either to change our word to the tapped one.
We can type "hel".
The predictive function will offer "Hi,", "Hello", and "he".
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Video: Turn On Predictive Text on Samsung Note 10.1
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