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It seems that asking this question has encouraged me actually make a proper effort to poke around the phone's settings enough to find a workable solution, which is to enable Spell correction for the QWERTY keyboard word suggestions / predictions. The option is enabled in the location: Settings Language & Keyboard Touch Input Text Input QWERTY ...


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The stock keyboard in Jelly Bean (4.1 or 4.2) does not support multiple languages simultaneously. However, SwiftKey, a third party keyboard, supports advanced predictions with up to three languages simultaneously. SwiftKey Official Website SwiftKey on Google Play Note that SwiftKey is a paid app. You can find the non-trial versions of the application in ...


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So far, it seems like this dictionary has eluded people all over. There are a few things that have worked for most people as far as getting swype under control. To delete a single word, type it using Swype, highlight it (by clicking or double clicking the word), and press the Swype key (button with "info" icon) To add a word, type it very carefully letter ...


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I found this review of the LG Optimus One which includes this quote: The standard Android keyboard’s text prediction is disabled; it doesn’t seem to have access to the system’s language dictionaries. So if you want word prediction, the LG keyboard it is. Looks like you're going to have to go with a third-party app solution or flash a new ROM ...


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The following is the way I enable additional spell checkers on my Galaxy Nexus which runs on vanilla Android 4.3, I hope it will be the same for your Moto G: Open your app drawer and go to Settings > Language & input Scroll down to Keyboard & Input Methods section: If your Google Keyboard is enabled, tap its settings button, if not, enable it ...


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As I was writing that question I stumbled upon the answer in a really convoluted menu pathway. I was unable to find it in my prior research on the internet so I'll post it up in case anyone is looking in future. Open the settings app. Go to Language & Keyboard. Touch the Settings Button next to Touch Input under Keyboard & input methods Touch ...


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In your keyboard settings there should be a "My dictionary" or "My words" or something similar, in there should be all of the words you have added to AutoCorrect, if "WAS" is there, delete it, if not add "was".


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In latest Swype beta (version 1.0.3.5809), there's an option Personal Dictionary in Swype settings. It's an easy GUI way to manage Swype user dictionary.


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If you're using the stock Android keyboard, you can report it on the central Android bug tracker. Be warned that there are already more than 25000 reports there, and many never receive any response from Google. If you find a bug in a third-party keyboard you're using, visit the keyboard's page in Google Play (either through the Play Store app or on the ...


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This is how I solved this problem on my HTC One: Go to Settings-> Languages and Keyboard. On this list is a "Swype" setting that shows it's set to "Swype". Not informative. But press your finger on it anyway. Bam! The most useful menu that I never knew existed appears. You can add a language that will be in use simultaneously with your primary ...


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I don't know how to use them simultaneously, but yes, you can have 2 languages. Make sure the second language is installed under settings. Then under keyboard make sure you tick the setting an extra key should appear when using multiple languages. Then when you are typing, let's say in whatsapp or so, go to your menu and tick the box of the second ...


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It looks like that all dictionaries are embedded into keyboards, but you can try to find the dictionary by searching in Android market with query: Your_desired_language language pack For example for "Finnish language pack" there are packs for 3 different keyboards: SlideIT, AnySoftKeyboard and Gingerbread keyboard (unfortunately not the original one, ...



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