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Forum: Armchair-GM23 mai 2021 à 11 h 38
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>RazWild</b></div><div>Well, the fact you're using an Samsung 8 will actually make this much easier. It's old, but not too old. Nothing should be too different than what I'm using now. It's only a difference of 4 generations, but the methodology and system settings hasn't changed much during that timespan.

I first started with a Samsung S9 after switching over from my old Nokia Windows Phone, but that S9 was pretty much no different than your 8... Given they were just a single generation apart. And after having to replace my S9 last year with my current S20. They're still more or less the same phone.

Just newer with a couple added features that the older ones lacked.

With that out of the way. Onto the technical side of things.

1) Your touchboard sensitivity is directly related to your cellphones texting keyboard. It's the setting that controls how sensitive your inputs are when you type. A higher setting means you require less pressure from your finger to get the keyboard to register what you pressed. A lower setting, therefore is the opposite, and requires <em>more</em> pressure from your fingertips.

Using a lower setting can somewhat deter accidental button pressing whenever your typing fast.

2) Some Samsung phones have the ability to switch between different languages while texting, mainly so that people can use both if they're bilingual or want to use character letters specific to that language.

IE... àâáãä

So on and so forth. The quickest way to tell if this is active is to look at your space bar. If it's blank, you probably don't have any other languages active or don't have that functionality. If it says English (US) and has arrows to either side of it, like so &lt; &gt;. Then you have multiple languages active, if it says something different your already in a different language.

The keyboard will also switch around some, if it's in a different language too. Say if it's in French, where the Q normally is there'll be an A instead. Just under the number 1.

3) There are two different ways to get to your keyboard settings. One long, one short. I'll provide both, just in case you don't have the shorter one or if there is a difference in features.

Short way: Look just under your keyboard and you should have your three main button options, your window tab button, home screen button, and the down arrow to remove the texting keyboard. There should also be a 4th option with your keyboard up, it should look like a mini-keyboard symbol. Tap it, and it should give you the option to choose your imput method, one of which will be Samsung Keyboard and there will be a little gear symbol next to it.

Tap on that gear symbol, and it should take you right where you need to go.

Long way: Go to your phones settings, scroll down to where it says General Management, click on that. Then select Samsung Keyboard Settings.

4) Start playing around in there, most of it is strait forward, but the best way to learn is to turn stuff on and/or off and figuring out what does what.

I would suggest trying to turn off *Predictive text* as that might be your culprit.

Good Luck! I'm sorry this was so long, but I hope it helps you.</div></div>

Thank you, this is alot. See I was trying to type alot,,&amp; it went to ally. It's just frustrating because I didn't want to have to spend much time looking to have to fix every mistake due to autocorrect.

I will try this today, &amp; let you know