How to remove the autocorrector from WhatsApp

Turn On/Off Auto-correction in WhatsApp

Let’s see how to remove the autocorrect from WhatsApp, the message auto-correction tool of the popular instant messaging app for iOS and Android mobiles. And it is possible that when you reread messages already sent in a chat you will find spelling errors and even words that you do not remember having written and that have been replaced by those you really wanted to write. 

Surely the reason is the WhatsApp autocorrect that has done its own thing, modifying your texts without you noticing. Therefore, thanks to our tutorial we teach you how to remove the concealer from WhatsApp so you don’t have to be aware of possible word changes or spelling mistakes.

If the mobile autocorrect does its thing and modifies your WhatsApp messages, we will show you how to deactivate it

How to disable the WhatsApp autocorrect

Before starting with the step-by-step tutorial of each version of WhatsApp, we must clarify that it is not possible to deactivate the autocorrect directly from WhatsApp but must be done through the mobile settings, both on iPhone (iOS) and Android. Follow the steps below depending on the operating system of your smartphone.

How to remove WhatsApp checker on iPhone (iOS)

Follow the steps below to disable the WhatsApp autocorrect on iPhone (iOS) :

  • Access   your iPhone Settings .
  • Select the General option .
  • Now click on the Keyboard section .
  • Turn off the AutoCorrect option to remove the corrector.

Now you can calmly write your messages from your mobile (including WhatsApp) without fear that your words will be modified.

How to remove the WhatsApp checker on Android

  1. Access Settings of your Android mobile.
  2. Click on the System option .
  3. Now choose Language and text input .
  4. Set the keyboard option and disable autocorrect .

As in the previous case, now you can write messages without being modified by the autocorrect; Of course, by deactivating the mobile corrector, all messaging apps will be left without the supervision of the mobile corrector, not just WhatsApp.

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