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