The modern phones whether it’s Android or iPhone or tablet are capable of keyboard by which users can search something or type a text. While using the keyboard, the keyboard will simply store them which is also called cache. Thus the keyboard history or simply keyboard cache are the used words on your device, then it will be saved as a cache on your device history, and they will appear automatically as a predictive text next time. Those predictive words that appear on the top of the keyboard sometimes can help you to type fast but in some cases, there might be appear something special like password of your account.
Predictive words on a keyboard have their own effects, sometimes it disturbs like you’d lose your passcode or any secret message, but in some cases, it can be helpful also. For example, if you have typed your email with the password, you don’t want to show in on predictive text to someone else, when anyone uses your device, he may find your password and email. This will happen when the keyboard suggests the words. No worries, because in this article I’m going to show you how to remove or reset Android Keyboard History and also turn off predictive text so whenever anyone gets your device, you’ll no need to worry about. Let’s move on.
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Clear Personalized Data
There are couple of ways you can clear or delete the typing history on your Android device. It is straightforward to terminate them forever and they can not suggest any more words. If you got some words you want to clear, do the following:
1. Go to > Settings> General Managment.
> General Management
2. Tap on Language & Input.
3. Now tap on Virtual Keyboard.
3. Tap on Samsung Keyboard.
4. Tap on Reset Settings.
5. Tap on Clear Personalised Data.
Note: If you don’t want to show predictive words anymore you can switch the predictive text option off.
Reset Android Keyboard History
You might get the steps of clearing or delete the Android keyboard history but if you want to reset the whole keyboard so follow the steps:
5. Tap on Reset Keyboard Settings.
Conclusion: Some devices might have not this options but the steps are elementary, try to find language and input option then you’ll reach your target.