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    Alpert

    Hello,
    The button "delete the dictionary backup" means to wipe out the backup in your SwiftKey account data in the cloud service. It may leave local data.

    You can try a reinstall of SwiftKey or simply clear data of SwiftKey in the phone settings.

    Meanwhile, it could still learn from your SMS, in that case, disable the SMS permission.

    Alpert

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    The learned memory is actually system wide.  I uninstalled Swiftkey and the stock keyboard (Samsung) offered the same predictions.  Any ideas?

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    Alpert

    I heard Samsung keyboard used the SDK of SwiftKey. But I am not sure.

    But, are you sure that you didn't use Samsung keyboard before so that it has learned from you?

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    I don't believe I used Samsung first, however even if I did the same problem would exist, only in reverse.  This time it would be Samsung writing to the phone's memory and Swiftkey picking it up.  How do I get rid of the phone's memory?

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    Alpert

    As a matter of fact, we don't know what Samsung did. So the best solution is to ask Samsung, I'm afraid.

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