How to Turn Off Auto-Correction on iPad Hardware Keyboards | Win2Key

How to disable auto-correction on iPad using a hardware keyboard

If you use a hardware keyboard from an iPad, you may have noticed that autocorrection and some other keyboard settings applied to iOS no longer work. This is due to the fact that the iPad has separate settings for the on-screen keyboard software and the hardware keyboard if it is connected to the iPad, and thus disabling autochange in iOS for the on-screen keyboard is not transferred to the hardware keyboard, like the Smart Keyboard. , ipad keyboard case or external keyboard. Thus, to disable the auto-correction on the iPad from the physical keyboard, you need to configure a separate parameter.

We will show you how to disable auto-correction on iPad when using a hardware keyboard with a tablet.

How to disable auto-correction on iPad hardware keyboard

Note. To access the advanced settings of the hardware keyboard in iOS, you need to connect the hardware keyboard to the iPad.

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPad.
  2. Go to "General", and then in the "Keyboard"
  3. Select "Hardware Keyboard"
  4. Set the Auto Correction switch to OFF to disable AutoCorrect using iPad hardware keyboards.
  5. If desired, you can customize iPad keyboard settings on other devices as desired.
  6. Exit settings as usual

You can disable or enable the general autocorrection setting, as well as enable or disable the autocorrection setting of the hardware keyboard or any combination thereof. So perhaps you like the autochange on the on-screen keyboard on the iPad and not on the hardware keyboard, you can adjust your auto-change settings to match this.

Please note that you can also disable the double space label specifically for hardware keyboards, and also disable the automatic use of capital letters in the first world of the new offer for hardware keyboards, which are also used in iPad.

If you want to completely disable AutoCorrect on the iPad for each possible keyboard, you can also disable AutoCorrect in the keyboard settings. This is also how you disable autochange on the iPhone or iPad as a whole, but again this option Keyboard applies to the on-screen keyboard, not the hardware keyboard.

How to enable autocorrection for iPad keyboards

If you want to enable autocorrect for hardware keyboards connected to an iPad, you can also do it easily. Connect the hardware keyboard to your iPad, if you have not already done so, and then just do the following:

  1. Open the Settings app on your iPad.
  2. Go to "General", and then in the "Keyboard"
  3. Select "Hardware Keyboard"
  4. Set the Auto Correction option to ON to enable AutoCorrect from the iPad's hardware keyboard.
  5. Output settings

Remember that this setting does not depend on the broader iOS AutoCorrect option, so if you want to enable AutoCorrect for the iPad's onscreen keyboard, you must do so in the general iOS keyboard settings.

Do you know any other useful tips or tricks regarding autocorrect on the iPad? Maybe some tricks specific to the iPad keyboard? Share your knowledge, thoughts and opinions about this in the comments below!

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