Resetting the Autocorrect dictionary on iOS | iLounge Tips

Resetting the Autocorrect dictionary on iOS

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Tips Categories: iPad, iPhone, iPod

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iOS’ built-in Autocorrect feature typically works pretty well, but sometimes it will learn misspellings or words that you simply don’t want to have reappear regularly. If your dictionary has gotten a way from you, there’s a simple way to get back to square one. Open up the Settings app, tap on General, scroll to the bottom, then tap on Reset. In the list of admittedly scary options on this page is one called Reset Keyboard Dictionary, which will rid your device of all the Autocorrect goodness it’s learned, letting you start from scratch. [via OS X Daily]

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