Android SwiftKey keyboard T9 auto fix is bothering you and would you like to take it off? You don’t have to use it, you can deactivate it at any time. It is made specifically to help you, but in case you find it not very useful or even annoying, nothing prevents you from disabling it.
Once you have deactivated what is called Google Keyboard, you can choose to activate a third-party keyboard or simply keep the standard AOSP one, which is already very satisfactory for most users. And it’s also the best choice, considering that downloading a new keyboard only weighs down the system.
Remove T9 From SwiftKey Keyboard
So here’s how to remove the T9 keyboard with automatic correction, depending on whether you have the standard one, or the modified TouchWiz (which is typical of Samsung smartphones) or EMUI (typical of Huawei smartphones).
- Classic Android keyboard.
- Go to Settings.
- Go down the screen and tap on Language and Input (or Language and Input).
- On the page that opens, choose Android keyboard (AOSP).
- Tap on Text Correction and then turn the toggle to OFF.
- TouchWiz or EMUI Android keyboard.
- Go to the smartphone menu and find the Google Keyboard icon, open it.
Go to the application menu and look for the Text Correction option, then disable the Auto-Correction item.
Of course, at any time you can decide to reactivate the T9 when you wish. All you have to do is follow the path explained above and, instead of deactivating, move the appropriate lever on the activation of the automatic corrector.