Step 1: Open Settings
The first step is to open the settings app on your Galaxy S6. You can do this by tapping on the settings icon on your home screen or by swiping down from the top of your screen and tapping on the gear icon.
Step 2: Go to Language and Input
Once you are in the settings app, scroll down until you find the “Language and Input” option. Tap on it to open the language and input settings.
Step 3: Select Samsung Keyboard
In the language and input settings, look for the “Samsung Keyboard” option and tap on it to open the keyboard settings.
Step 4: Tap on Predictive Text
Once you are in the Samsung Keyboard settings, look for the “Predictive Text” option and tap on it to open the predictive text settings.
Step 5: Clear Learned Words
In the predictive text settings, you will see an option to “Clear Learned Words.” Tap on this option to delete all the words that your phone has learned.
Step 6: Restart Your Phone
Once you have cleared the learned words on your Galaxy S6, it is a good idea to restart your phone. This will ensure that the changes take effect immediately.
Step 7: Test Your Keyboard
After you have restarted your phone, test your keyboard to make sure that the words you deleted are no longer being suggested.
What happens to my other settings when I clear learned words?
Clearing learned words will not affect any of your other settings. It will only delete the words that your phone has learned.
Will my phone still learn new words after I clear learned words?
Yes, your phone will still learn new words after you clear learned words. It will start from scratch and learn new words as you type.
Can I delete specific words instead of all learned words?
No, you cannot delete specific words. You can only clear all learned words at once.