dimanche 6 mai 2018

How to Change Keyboard on Android

This wikiHow teaches you how to enable a downloaded keyboard language or a keyboard app to use a different button layout than your current one, using Android.

Edit10 Second Summary

1. Open Settings.
2. Tap Languages and input.
3. Tap Virtual keyboard.
4. Tap Manage keyboards.
5. Slide a keyboard switch to On.

EditSteps

  1. Open your Android's Settings app. Find and tap the icon on your Apps menu to open Settings.
    Change Keyboard on Android Step 1.jpg
    • Alternatively, you can slide down the notification bar from the top of your screen, and tap the icon on the top-right.
  2. Scroll down and tap . You can find this option towards the end of your Settings menu.
    Change Keyboard on Android Step 2.jpg
    • On some versions, this option may be named Language & keyboard or just Languages.
    • If you don't see this option, look for General management on the Settings menu, then tap Language & input here.
  3. Tap . This will open a list of all the keyboards currently enabled on your Android.
    Change Keyboard on Android Step 3.jpg
    • If you don't see this option, look for Current keyboard or Change keyboard.
  4. Tap . This will open a list of all your available keyboards, and allow you to enable or disable each one of them.
    Change Keyboard on Android Step 4.jpg
    • This button may also be labeled Choose keyboards.
  5. Slide the switch next to a keyboard to . Find the keyboard you want to use on the list here, and turn it on.
    Change Keyboard on Android Step 5.jpg
  6. Slide your current keyboard switch to . This will disable your old keyboard. You can now type messages and notes with your new keyboard layout.
    Change Keyboard on Android Step 6.jpg


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