Having typed your iPhone for a long time, the chances of mistakes were mistaken during typing and improved by the iPhone spell checker software. Or, in my case – especially because I work in the computer industry – the iPhone has disapproved of many of the acronyms that are wrong.
I would like to use the word "DD" as a simple example for my devdaily site, but if I write it fast and I do not pay attention, the iPhone software will "correct" the "DE". Well, "DE" is not right, but the iPhone has corrected it so many times when I did not see that it does not keep up with the behavior.
Since there are many similar acronym problems, I was finally surprised, is there a way to restore my iPhone typing term?
After I got the answer, I finally found it. You can reset your spelling dictionary on your iPhone and probably your iPad by following the steps below:
- On the home screen, touch Settings
- and then the General button
- . Scroll to the bottom of the list and touch Reset
- Touch Reset Keyboard Dictionary
When this happens, iPhone will display the window containing the following:
"Deletes all custom words you typed on the keyboard and returned the keyboard to the factory default settings. "
If you're sure this is what you want, go ahead and continue the process, but if not, just tap the Cancel button.
In my case, I did this recently, and now I'm working on rebuilding the dictionary, this time with a little cautiousness.