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Default Personal dictionary location

Where does the stock Samsung keyboard store all of the learned words you've added? I'd like to factory reset my phone but don't want to manually input 100s of words. I'm not looking for a suggested data backup app. I just wanna know the location of the dictionary file.

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If you have Titanium backup or another app like it, you can save the data of the Samsung keyboard and then restore it after you reset your phone

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If you have Titanium backup or another app like it, you can save the data of the Samsung keyboard and then restore it after you reset your phone

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yea, but i want to know exactly where that data is located.
 
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yea, but i want to know exactly where that data is located.
If you are looking for "words" to copy and paste, Samsungs default keyboard doesnt save them like that. You can just go into Titanium backup, save the data to an sd card and then redowbload Titanium after you reset your phone and then restore the data.

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