Samsung no longer syncs keyboard data. Recently, the network reported that the technology giant Samsung has stopped supporting keyboard data synchronization. Thus, users who want to change the current smartphone from Samsung to Galaxy S20 will not be able to transfer keyboard data to a new device. The information that the company stopped synchronizing keyboard data through its cloud service was noticed on the SamMobile platform.
Due to disabling keyboard synchronization Samsung no longer syncs keyboard data, users will no longer be able to transfer saved words and language information to the new device. This is a rather unusual step for a company that synchronizes everything else, including browser data and even notes. The notification of these changes is dated March 15, however, apparently, it has reached users only in the last few days.
Thus, if the transfer of keyboard data will become a serious problem for users. Gboard or SwiftKey keyboards have unique features besides data synchronization. The longer users used the keyboard data, the more convenient they were. However, now, all the recommended words, as well as the entire set of non-standard words that users saved, will have to be left in the past and start all over again.