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- What is your fantasy feature?
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submitted by /u/SpadeX1
For those complaining about Gboard being slow at loading suggestions, switching between languages, loading autocorrect, etc.. I have finally found a fix for that.
Go to Gboard settings > Text correction > disable both 'Suggest contact names' and 'Personalized suggestions'. You will find everything loads as instant as it used to be.
Also I found that disabling/uninstalling the keyboard will only temporarily fix the problem but it will appear again after syncing previously learned words.
Please let me know if this helped you.
Update: I have noticed that the issue sometimes returns even when both options are disabled while the stock Battery Saver mode is on.
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submitted by /u/stankydrank
I recently dropped my Note 5 for a Moto Z Play because I couldn't live with 3 hours of screen on time after my Note 5 battery became unusable due to "normal wear and tear" (aka owning the phone for over a year).
No exaggeration, my Z Play sees 10 hours of screen on time through the most rigorous of days. It's actually quite impressive. Yet, I find myself wanting more. It really burns me up that I have to charge my phone at all.
So, barring reality, my fantasy feature would be a battery that never dies. What about you, r/Android? What single feature in a phone would cause you to stay with it (or the brand) for life?
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