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How to migrate a swype keyboard dictionary to another device (a new one for instance)? When I buy a new phablet I have to collect words over again.

  • @beeshyams to a new device. When I buy a new phablet I have to collect the same words over again. – zhekaus Mar 30 '17 at 7:15
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From Swype documentation

Backup and Sync Demo: Register all Devices with Swype Connect • Download the latest build of Swype from the Google Play store

• Open messaging application and long press on the Swype key to open Swype Settings

• Select “My Words”, then select “Register Now” to activate Backup and Sync

•In messaging application input names of friends a few times and select “Add word to Dictionary”

• Long press Swype key to open Swype Settings, select “My Words” and then select “Edit My Dictionary” and you can view your dictionary

•Multi-Device Dictionary Sync •

If using a brand new device without Swype previously installed

• Go to “Android Settings”, “Applications”, “Swype”, and select “Clear Data”

• Open messaging application; walk through the Swype registration process with your device email

• Once activation is complete, go into “Swype Settings,” select “My Words,” and then select “Edit My Dictionary” and you will see that your dictionary has been completely restored

• Go through this process with all your Android devices if desired

  • That's odd. But I can't see backup and sync menu in my swype. – zhekaus Mar 30 '17 at 9:40
  • I just re installed Swype and can see backup and sync menu did you forget to register the device? If you don't register, you cannot see. I can see the complete dictionary synced from my previous device – beeshyams Mar 30 '17 at 9:51
  • See this i.stack.imgur.com/iac43.png – beeshyams Mar 30 '17 at 10:05
  • Were you able to register and check ? – beeshyams Mar 31 '17 at 2:10
  • Nope. I can't an option of device registering. I've got Note4. Probably Samsung has done something with it... – zhekaus Mar 31 '17 at 5:02

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