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How to clear the keyboard autocomplete suggestions

I want to clear the learned words on my Android 2.3.4 phone. They are not found on the User Dictionary but I can see them being suggested whenever I'm typing.

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marked as duplicate by Al E. Apr 22 '12 at 23:26

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How is this an exact duplicate? The linked supposed duplicate only had one answer and the answer doesn't even work since, as I stated above, the learned words aren't found on the User Dictionary at all. I think it's a little different since he didn't confirm if it existed in the User Dictionary or not. – Propeller Apr 23 '12 at 2:18
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If you are using swipe, go to settings> locale and text> swype settings and then click on reset swype's dictionary

Also you can navigate to Settings > Applications > Manage Applications. Then once there, you will need to scroll down and find the keyboard app. Click on that, and then tap the “Clear Data” button.

when the list of learned words appears, long press on one and you may be given the option to forget it. This works on samsung galaxy note 3.

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Thanks! It worked. But shouldn't there be a way to clear just the learned words instead of the everything including the settings? – Propeller Apr 23 '12 at 2:20

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