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The Samsung Keyboard has been my go-to input method on my Android device, providing a smooth typing experience with its personalized predictions and suggestions. However, to ensure my privacy and protect my personal information, I make it a point to regularly delete my keyboard history. In this guide, I’ll take you through the steps I follow to clear my Samsung Keyboard history on Android devices, helping you maintain your privacy too.

Quick Summary

Deleting Samsung Keyboard History on Android Devices

Clearing Personalized Predictions for Samsung Keyboard

Basically, the Samsung keyboard and Samsung phones got a new update, so it used to delete personalized predictions, but now it’s Erase instead of delete.

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screenshot of erasing personalized learned words

Clearing Learned Data On Samsung Keyboard

Turn Off Enhanced Accuracy

screenshot of erasing personalized learned words

This is a new Samsung feature that stores and calculates your personal data like a champ, to predict what you are going to type next exactly. So, it stores some data of samsung keywords.

To stop this, turn off the enhanced accuracy from the Samsung keyboard settings > More typing options > Enhanced accuracy.

However, this feature is still in Samsung Labs, so it is available for a few people only.

Turn Off Predictive Text

screenshot of turned of Predictive text

Another thing that stores your new keyboard data is the predictive text which works in the same way of enhanced accuracy. It also predicts your keyboard, words, number, jokes, emails, curse words, etc.

Additional Considerations

Deleting keyboard history might temporarily affect the accuracy of personalized suggestions as the keyboard relearns your typing patterns.

Clearing keyboard history won’t impact saved passwords, login information, or other personal data stored on your device.

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Summary

In managing my Samsung Keyboard history on Android, accessing settings involves opening the app, navigating through “General management,” and selecting “Samsung Keyboard.” To clear personalized predictions, the recent update uses “Erase” instead of “Delete” under “Personal dictionary.” For learning data, go to “Learning data” in the “Personal” section and choose “Delete.” Additionally, to enhance privacy, I recommend turning off “Enhanced Accuracy” in Samsung Labs and disabling “Predictive Text” in the app settings. Despite clearing history affecting prediction accuracy temporarily, it doesn’t impact saved passwords or personal data on the device.


Conclusion

In my experience, maintaining privacy and security is crucial in today’s digital world. Deleting your Samsung Keyboard history is a fundamental step in safeguarding your personal information. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can efficiently clear your keyboard history and enhance your privacy protection. I recommend incorporating this into your routine to keep your digital space secure.

In today’s blog, I have discussed all the ways on how you can delete Samsung Keyboard history. Samsung has its own keyboard app, known as Samsung Keyboard, which stores a lot of data, including your email, mobile number, text, curse words, or frequently used words. Some users find this data accumulation suspicious, prompting them to clear or delete the history of the Samsung Keyboard. In this exact context, I have provided screenshots along with a step-by-step guide. I hope you find this information helpful. If you do, please leave a comment. If you have any doubts or questions, feel free to mention them in the comments or contact us.

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I'm Maruti Kashyap, your Samsung tech expert with over 10 years of experience. Find troubleshooting guides, performance tips, and app recommendations at GuruSamsung.com. With access to global Samsung service centers, I'm always up-to-date on the latest. Join me for a seamless Samsung experience.

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