How to Activate Auto–Capitalization in Google Keyboard for Android 5.0 Lollipop in KitKat Devices?

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While writing messages with Google Keyboard, it becomes annoying to capitalize starting word of the sentence, again and again. Sometimes, sentences are left with small starting words which is not a good English writing sign but in electronic messaging, this is a routine mistake in messages.

Understanding this issue, Google has added a feature in its Google Keyboard for the Android 5.0 Lollipop which when activated, capitalize first word of each sentence, automatically, after every full stop.

Note: Ensure that the Google Keyboard for the Android 5.0 Lollipop is installed on your device. If you are using Android 4.4.x KitKat or any other version, follow the instructions, given in our post, How to install functional Google Keyboard 4.0 from Android 5.0 Lollipop with white material design? to install it.


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To activate this option, follow the instructions.

Instructions

1: Tap icon of ‘Settings’ on the Home screen of your Android 4.4.x KitKat Device. Google-KeyBoard-Auto Capitalization 12: At the ‘Settings’ screen, scroll down to the PERSONAL section and tap the ‘Language & input’ section. Google-KeyBoard-Auto Capitalization 23: At the ‘Language & input’ section, ensure the ‘Google Keyboard’ is checked and enabled. Tap the ‘Settings’ of the ‘Google Keyboard’. Google-KeyBoard-Auto Capitalization 34: At the ‘Google Keyboard Settings’ screen, tap the ‘Preferences’. Google-KeyBoard-Auto-Capitalization-45: At the ‘Preferences’ screen, see the ‘Auto – Capitalization’ is unchecked, i.e. disabled. Google-KeyBoard-Auto-Capitalization-56: Tap to check the ‘Auto – Capitalization’ to enable it. Google-KeyBoard-Auto-Capitalization-67: : From now onward, whenever you will write messages, the first word of each sentence will be capitalize, i.e. after every full stop, the next starting word of each sentence will be capitalize, automatically. Google-KeyBoard-Auto-Capitalization-7That’s all!