How do suggested edits work?
In my Stack Overflow Account, suddenly I am not able to edit any Question asked and I am also not able to edit any answer also. Anyone know the reason behind this?
Any help will be appreciated.
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At least 6 out of 10 of your last suggested edits have been rejected. Which means that your suggested edits are not particularly good. At some point the system will put your edit privileges on hold and you will no longer be able to suggest edits. This is most likely what happened to you. A ban AFAIK usually lasts for 7 days.
I would suggest that you go through your suggested edits and see why they were rejected. Use that information to find out how you can improve your edits once you are allowed to make them again.
Going through some of the first:
It is perfectly fine to say "I'm". The change to "I am" is unnecessary. I don't know why you changed "min" to "Minimum". If it's not wrong to begin with ("min" might be something SDK specific there) it's not really necessary. Too minor as a result
Correction of "basically" is fine. Correction of "happens" is wrong ("happends" is incorrect). And don't edit in "Thanks in advance". Leave that out of posts.
Correction of "Android" is okay. Editing in "Any thoughts?" is completely unnecessary. You didn't remove "Thanks" and the rest of the post could do with a touch-up as well.
That should at least give you some idea. Go through the rest of them and see what you could have done better. Even look at your question here and its original revision. Then have a look at what Yannis did to that to whip it into shape. See the difference?
Once you have the edit privilege again, don't edit a whole bunch of posts at the same time. Edit one very carefully. See if it gets accepted. If so, do another one. If not, learn from it and once you understand why not, go on to the next one.
A common pattern among your suggested edits are that you add sentences like "Thanks in advance ...", "Any thoughts?" and so on. Such expressions are actually frowned upon at Stack Overflow and they should ideally be removed by an edit, not added.
Other times you are simply not solving the problems with the post. A spell correction should optimally fix all or most of all errors, not just a single word. Here is an example where you swapped a incorrect spelling into another just as incorrect one, and you also left the many misspellings of "Android", "due the new" and some other stylistic problems.