The Samsung Galaxy J6 and Galaxy J6+ comes with Android 8.0 (Oreo) out of the box (Upgradable to Android v10), So the Predictive Text feature is a built-in feature in this Android smartphone. The Predictive Text feature is enabled by default, And this Guide will show you how to turn it off on Galaxy J6 and J6+.
The Samsung Galaxy J6+ comes with Android Oreo out of the box. But like other Samsung smartphones, It will get a new software update to fix some bugs, Add new features, Upgrading the Android OS version (to Android Pie) and more.
Updating the software version of your Galaxy J6+ is not complicated. You can update it by yourself.
To help you accomplish this mission, I explained more than one update method, Starting from the easier one to the professional one.
It is very easy to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy J6+. Even You do not need to use or install any additional application on your Samsung phone. You can capture a screenshot on the Galaxy J6+ using its Hardware buttons.
The Samsung Galaxy J6+ has 6.0 inches HD+ 1480 x 720 display, Dual main camera 13 + 5MP, and 8MP front camera. It is powered by Qualcomm MSM8917 Snapdragon 425 CPU and Adreno 308 GPU. Its 3300mAh battery gives you up to 23H of talk time and up to 91H of audio playback time. If you want to know more about it then read the Samsung Galaxy J6+ Full Specifications.
Find out How to factory reset the Samsung Galaxy J6+ using the available methods I listed in this guide. But before, you will learn how to prepare your Samsung device. Also, You will learn how to soft reset the Galaxy J6+, And how to wipe its cache partition.
The Samsung Galaxy J6+ comes with more than one Model Number like SM-J610F, SM-J610FN (with NFC support), And SM-J610G. But whatever the model number is, You can apply the same steps explained in this guide on all of them.