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Assuming you're using the standard AOSP/Google keyboard, any auto-corrections can be immediately undone by pressing the backspace key.


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As fas as i know There is no such app. But You can still solve your problems. There are many keyboards available to try out whose autocorrection features are totally acceptable. You can Try : Swift Key Fleksy Swype


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I researched on Fleksy Keyboard and there's not Spell checker for disable it. so, Goto -> Android Settings -> Language & Keyboard -> Touch Input -> Text input -> Spell correction or, on Lollipop : Goto -> Android Settings -> Language & Keyboard -> Spell checker and then, turn it off How to turn off ...


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By default, Google Handwriting Input uses current system language only. However, you can turn off this feature and select the languages you want to use manually. Go to Settings - Language & input Select Google Handwriting Input Select Input Languages Turn off Use system language Below that, select any languages you want to use (e.g. English and Tamil) ...


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I found the solution. I can send text input to my Android Wear device this way: adb shell input text <your_text> Hope it will help someone else! More info here: http://blog.rungeek.com/post/42456936947/sending-keyboard-input-via-adb-to-your-android


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On my phone, I changed character support to "Reduced" in messaging settings and the return key returned.


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As you didn't give much details, we can give generic answers only. It very much depends on the keyboard app used: some allow modifications, others don't. You can either switch to a different keyboard layout (almost all keyboards support this), or use an alternative keyboard app altogether.


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Try disable all accessibility services. It's a security measure to prevent malicious apps from changing keyboard without user interaction, since an accessibility services can automate the process without the user knowing.



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