How to remove learned words from keyboard on Android

Mobile devices are becoming more and more smart with every passing day. We are at a point in time where you can have a full-blown conversation with your smartphone. It can even take calls for you, make reservations at restaurants or even book an appointment with your hairdresser. Like this, the advancements in mobile technology just keeps getting better every day. One of the things that have improved quite a lot recently is your text typing experience.

Keyboards can now learn new words that you type using them and then recommend them based on your usage patterns. Earlier, when you type a new word, keyboards prompted to ask if they want it to be saved. But, we are way past beyond that nowadays. All the new words that you type into them are automatically saved locally and they are recommended whenever needed.

While this may sound like a very useful feature, that may not be the case all the time. For example, you might misspell a lot of words and all of them will keep getting saved by your keyboard. And at some point, it might even start recommending those words when you typing something on your keyboard. This could get quite annoying for some people. That is the reason why, in this guide, we will tell you how to emove learned words from the keyboard on Android devices.

How to Remove Learned Words from the Google keyboard (Gboard)

In order to remove all your learned words from the Gboard app, follow the below steps:

  1. Go to Gboard settings: Phone settings > Language and input > Gboard. Another way is that you can go to the Gboard settings from inside the app itself. In Gboard tap the icon on the top left of the keyboard, followed by settings.
  2. In the Gboard settings and go to ‘Dictionary’.
  3. Tap on the “Delete learned words” option and you are golden. All the words that Gboard has learned from you should now be deleted.

How to remove a specific learned word only from Google Keyboard predictions?

If you just want to remove a specific word that is learned by the Google Keyboard, there is another way for it. Simply open your messages app and start typing the word you want to remove. When the word appears on the prediction bar, long press on it and you will get an option to remove that particular word. Simply long-press on the word you want to be deleted and drag on dropping it on the ‘Remove suggestion’ option that is shown. The word should be deleted now.

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How to Remove Learned words from the Samsung keyboard

In order to remove all your learned words from the Samsung Keyboard app, follow the below steps:

  • Go to Samsung Keyboard Settings: Phone Settings > General management > Language and input > On-screen keyboard > Samsung Keyboard.
  • In this page, click on the ‘Reset to default settings‘.
  • Then click on the ‘Erase personalized predictions‘ and then click on ‘Erase‘ in the popup that is shown.

How to remove a specific learned word only from Samsung Keyboard predictions?

If you just want to remove a specific word that is learned by the Samsung Keyboard, there is another way for it. Simply open your messages app and start typing the word you want to remove. When the word appears on the prediction bar, long press on it and you will get an option to remove that particular word. Simply press on ‘OK’ in the popup appears and the word will be deleted.

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How to Remove Learned words from the Any Other keyboard

Google Keyboard and Samsung Keyboard are two of the most used keyboards on Android. If you are using any other keyboard app, don’t worry. All the keyboard will come with an option to delete the learned words; user data privacy is critical in today’s world. You can follow the steps we have written for Google Keyboard or Samsung keyboard – we believe the steps should be very similar. If you can’t find it, do let us know in the comments below are we will help you out!

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