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Samsung Galaxy S22 users report keyboard swipe issue

Samsung Galaxy S22 Keyboard Swipe Issue

The Galaxy S22 series, released in February 2022, is Samsung’s flagship lineup. Samsung made this smartphone series available in three different models; Samsung Galaxy S22, Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus, and the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. These devices came with the powerful Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Android OS version 12 (One UI 4.1). As amazing as the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is, it’s worth knowing that it also has its issue. Most of its users have been reporting a series of problems since its launch date. According to the latest reports, the Samsung Galaxy S22 users are now experiencing a new issue, in which the keyboard swipe is misbehaving.

Read on to discover everything you need to know about the new Samsung Galaxy S22 keyboard swipe issue.

Samsung Galaxy S22 keyboard swipe issue affects users

Ever since the release of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, we’ve reported several issues faced by users of these smartphones. In case you missed out on the reports, you can check here (1,2,3) to see them. Adding to this list is a new issue, in which the Samsung Galaxy S22 keyboard swipe is misbehaving.

Explaining the issue, the affected Samsung Galaxy S22 users mentioned that their smartphone’s keyboard has been typing wrong words or even missing words. For now, it’s still unclear the exact cause of the new issue. However, many of the affected users mentioned the problem started after they received the latest software update on their phones. You can check here (1,2,3,4,5) and down to see some reports regarding the annoying Galaxy S22 keyboard swipe issue.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Keyboard Swipe Issue

There’s be an official fix soon

The Samsung team is yet to release any statement to acknowledge the issue on the ground. So, for now, there’s no official fix available to resolve this problem permanently. Many of the affected users reported they tried using a couple of troubleshooting steps, such as changing the screen protector and disabling/enabling the touch sensitivity features. However, none of them was effective in resolving the issue. Since that’s the case, it means you’ll have to wait for Samsung to release an official fix for this issue.

We don’t know when the solution will be available, but this report says Samsung has plans to resolve the issue with the next update.

“I sent a couple of error reports to Samsung And they have said it will be fixed in the next update. Fingers crossed.”

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