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Galaxy s5 users, Dh predictive txt prompting Youporn?

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quicknamechange3 Thu 21-Sep-17 12:36:01

Dh has issues with porn, he’s lied to me and broken a huge deal of trust in our marriage as a consequence. Right now in our relationship the deal is no porn on his part until we are in a better place, regarding lying and trust etc. I have full access to his phone and was searching YouTube but his search bar prompted youporn.com. This phone is newly used by Dh and wouldn’t have any previous history stored. He swears he has no idea how it’s there and making me feel unreasonable to even question him. So can anyone knowledgeable ie Samsung galaxy users tell me does a galaxy phone automatically prompt a porn site?hmm

bloodyorange Thu 21-Sep-17 12:36:43

you know the answer

Taylor22 Thu 21-Sep-17 12:36:51

He's been on Youporn.

ponzi Thu 21-Sep-17 12:38:10

Just checked and mine does not suggest this.

Singap0reSling Thu 21-Sep-17 12:38:49

I have that phone. My auto complete suggest youtube, a site I've visited and not one that I've never been on...

Fluffysparks Thu 21-Sep-17 12:39:32

If it came up with YouTube first then it's most likely Samsung promoting it or something like that, but if a link appeared in the search box rather than a dropdown menu he's been searching it.

quicknamechange3 Thu 21-Sep-17 12:41:16

This is what it looks like

BackieJerkhart Thu 21-Sep-17 12:41:44

You don't really need to ask do you?

aaaaargghhhhelpme Thu 21-Sep-17 12:41:53

I don't have that phone but I can't for the life of me imagine it would auto fill for a porn site. Kids use phones too. Or just people who aren't into porn. Imagine the outcry.

Sorry but you must already know the answer flowers

FoodGloriousFud Thu 21-Sep-17 12:42:35

YouPorn is definitely definitely not predictive texts. Imagine the uproar if it was in the p.c age we live in?! I think you know this though. Has your husband had professional help? Or is it a case of him cheating on you?

SumThucker Thu 21-Sep-17 12:42:53

They don't predict porn sites, no.

quicknamechange3 Thu 21-Sep-17 12:43:07

Thanks, I do know the answer. He’s a great liar unfortunately and always makes me 2nd guess myself.

CosyFires Thu 21-Sep-17 12:43:43

He is lying. He has been on porn.

FoodGloriousFud Thu 21-Sep-17 12:44:16

Be strong, you know you're right. Don't let him convince you otherwise. Hope you're ok op

BackieJerkhart Thu 21-Sep-17 12:44:40

Can you check his browsing history on the phone?

Userwhocouldntthinkofagoodname Thu 21-Sep-17 12:45:53

If he has used porn in the past Google will have it connected to his profile. Doesn't matter if the phone is new google remembers everything forever.

scottishdiem Thu 21-Sep-17 12:46:00

Oh he has been on it. But these things are stored for ages. So, how old is the phone compared to how old the deal for no porn is?

If the phone is older than the deal, ask the last time he was on it? If its a phone he got after the deal then he has broken it.

(very probably, it depends. The URL is not a predictive text per se, its an autofill. And this can sync with a desktop if he is logged in on both. You can check the browser history to see when sites were last looked at.)

quicknamechange3 Thu 21-Sep-17 12:46:03

He works in computers, everything in incognito, basically impossible to catch him, guess he wasn’t so careful with his predictive text memory.

KeepSmiling83 Thu 21-Sep-17 12:46:52

Wouldn't it have come up on the drop down menu if he had been on it on his phone? It comes up in predictive text if he has typed that word into a message rather than typed it into the address bar doesn't it? It still looks like he has typed that but I wouldn't be certain he has been watching it on his phone.

quicknamechange3 Thu 21-Sep-17 12:49:14

His use of this phone is only very recent and dosnt predate our deal.

Flyingflipflop Thu 21-Sep-17 12:49:55

DH has issues with porn

Does he have an issue or is it your issue with porn?

FoodGloriousFud Thu 21-Sep-17 12:50:49

That's a valid point! I was wondering why it was a deal breaker.

RileyFinn Thu 21-Sep-17 12:51:42

keepsmiling.. he will have looked at it in incognito so chrome wont remember it in the menu but the predictive text remembers it as a often used text.

OP, that is how my s6 works and on mine it only remembers it this way if you have typed it a couple of times. So the one offs I have done in incognito ie birthday presents for husband don't show up but the websites I used a few times ie my banking sites do.

OnionKnight Thu 21-Sep-17 12:52:45

He's lying.

BinarySearchTree Thu 21-Sep-17 12:53:04

That is not text suggested by Google, but text 'learned' by the phone as somethinb commonly typed by the user. The idea is to make it quicker and easier to use the phone's keyboard over time.

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