Every day, people use their mobile devices to browse the web and catch up on social media. While scrolling through articles and posts, you might find that some words seem to be repeated.
This is because many times, text and images are shortened (cropped) to fit the screen. What happens when there’s a word that needs readability?
It’s truncation! A truncating symbol will appear at the end of a sentence so that it remains an uppercase letter
How to Turn off Auto Caps on Android
Android users are familiar with the feature that automatically capitalizes certain words in a text or email message. While it can be helpful for quickly distinguishing between senders, it can also create unsightly text…
Android users are familiar with the feature that automatically capitalizes certain words in a text or email message.
While it can be helpful for quickly distinguishing between senders, it can also create unsightly text boxes and emails. Fortunately, there is a way to disable this auto-capitalization on Android devices.
Open the Settings app on your Android device and scroll down to the “Text” category. Here you will find an option to “Autocapitalize Text”. Simply toggle this setting off and your messages will no longer capitalize words automatically.
Solutions to keep auto caps on Android devices
Auto caps, also called autosaves, are a common feature on Android devices that helps you save different versions of your work.
However, if you don’t want these features to automatically save your work for you, there are a few ways to turn them off.
- Open the Settings app on your phone and navigate to “Applications”. There, you’ll see an option called “Auto-save.” If this is currently checked, uncheck it and your device will no longer automatically save your work.
- Another way to disable auto caps is to use the Android keyboard shortcut: press and hold the comma button (,) on your keyboard and then drag the mouse cursor over the text field where you’d like to auto-save your work. When the pop-up menu appears, select “Do not auto-save.”
- Finally, there are a few apps that specifically disable auto caps. One example is “Disable Autocaps.” This app lets you specify individual files or folders that will never be saved with auto caps turned on.
What we think
If you’re like many people, you probably use auto caps on your mobile phone to automatically save a document or picture as soon as it’s been saved. But what if you want to turn off this feature? Here’s how to do it!
How do I remove automatic capitalization?
Auto capitalization is something that can be a bit of a nuisance on Android devices. If you’re ever feeling like you want to manually change all of the capital letters in a word, the above guide and steps will show you how to do it.
How do I get my Android to stop capitalizing?
One of the annoyances of using a smartphone is the tendency for apps to capitalize all words in a sentence, even when notpell is enabled.
This can be irritating when you’re trying to type a document and have Google Docs automatically capitalize every word.
Fortunately, there is a quick way to turn off auto caps on your Android device and which can be done by following the steps above.
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