Most Android keyboards have auto-capitalization enabled by default. This means that the first letter of each sentence is automatically capitalized. While this can be handy in some situations, it can also be annoying if you don’t want every sentence to start with a capital letter.
Fortunately, it’s easy to change the auto-capitalization setting on your Android device.
- Open the Settings app on your Android device 2
- Tap on System 3
- Tap on Languages & input 4
- Tap on Virtual keyboard 5
- Tap on Google Keyboard (or the keyboard you’re using) 6
- Tap on Text correction 7
- Turn off Auto-capitalization
How to Turn Off Auto-Capitalization on your Android's Gboard Keyboard?
How Do I Change Automatic Capitalization?
If you’re using a computer with a physical keyboard, there are a few different ways to change automatic capitalization. Here’s how to do it on a Windows PC:
1. Open the Control Panel.
You can do this by searching for “Control Panel” in the Start menu or search bar. 2. Click on “Region and Language.” 3. Under the “Keyboards and Languages” tab, click on “Change keyboards.”
4. In the new window that pops up, click on the “Advanced” tab. 5. Under the “Editing Options” section, uncheck the box next to “Use smart punctuation.” This will disable automatic capitalization.
On a Mac, the process is similar: 1. Open System Preferences from the Apple menu at the top of your screen (). Alternatively, you can search for it in Spotlight (Cmd+Space).
How Do You Auto Capitalize on Samsung?
To auto capitalize on Samsung, simply hold down the shift key and press the spacebar. This will cause all subsequent letters to be automatically capitalized.
How Do I Turn off Auto Correct And Capitalize?
1. Tap the Settings icon on your home screen.
2. Select General from the list of options.
3. Scroll down and tap on Keyboard. 4. Under the “All Keyboards” section, find the keyboard you want to modify and tap on it. 5. Scroll down to the bottom of the next screen and toggle off Auto-Correction and/or Predictive text by tapping on the corresponding switch(es).
How Do I Stop My Phone from Capitalizing the First Letter?
This is a common issue that can be easily fixed. To stop your phone from capitalizing the first letter, simply go into your phone’s settings and turn off the auto-capitalization feature. This will prevent your phone from automatically capitalizing the first letter of every word, so you’ll have to do it manually.
But it’s a small price to pay for not having to constantly fix your phone’s mistakes.
How to Turn off Auto-Capitalization Samsung
If you’re using a Samsung Galaxy device running Android 7.0 or higher, you can turn off auto-capitalization in your device’s settings. Here’s how:
1. Open the Settings app on your device and tap on the General tab.
2. Scroll down to the Language and input section and tap on the Languages option. 3.Tap on the checkbox next to Auto-capitalization to disable it. 4. Tap on the back button to save your changes and exit the Settings app.
If you’re using an Android device, you can change the auto-capitalization settings so that your device automatically capitalizes words as you type them. Here’s how:
1. Open the Settings app on your Android device.
2. Tap on the “Language & input” option. 3. Scroll down to the “Keyboard & inputs” section and tap on the keyboard that you’re using (such as Google Keyboard). 4. Tap on the “Advanced settings” option.
5. Tap on the “Auto-capitalization” option and choose whether you want words to be automatically capitalized as you type them or not.