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How to change the keyboard on your Samsung Galaxy

The mobiles Samsung galaxy offer us great quality. But the reality is that the keyboard that comes by default leaves a lot to be desired.

Luckily we have many options to change it. And in this post we are going to tell you the steps you must follow to choose one that best suits your tastes.

Change the Samsung Galaxy keyboard

Steps to change the Samsung Galaxy keyboard

Modifying the keyboard that you use from your mobile phone is a process that is usually quite simple. The only thing you have to do first of all is to choose the one that best suits your tastes and needs.

And, once you have done it, you will simply have to follow the steps that we will indicate below to proceed with the installation correctly:

  1. Download and install the keyboard you like
  2. Enter the Settings menu
  3. Access System> Language and login
  4. Press on-screen keyboard
  5. Go into Default keyboard
  6. Select the keyboard that you liked the most

Once you have completed this process, you will see how when you go to type, the popular Samsung keyboard no longer appears. Instead, you will find the one you have chosen for yourself.

The great advantage of making this change is that you can choose the one that best suits you, so that it adjusts to your needs and tastes without having to settle for “what is there.”

Which keyboard do I choose?

Before starting this process, it is essential that you select the keyboard that best suits your needs. If you do a search on the Google Play Store you will be able to find such a large quantity that it is practically certain that you will find one that suits your needs. But this can also make the choice end up being difficult.

An option that usually never fails is Gboard. It is the Google option and, as such, it is expressly designed for Android. It has enough customization options, so you can put it totally to your liking.

Another option that can also be very interesting is Swiftkey. The highlight of this keyboard is that it has more than 800 emoticons different so you can give a little more vibe to your conversations. In addition, it has a wide variety of free and paid themes so that you can also give yourself the look you want, being totally to your liking.

Have you changed the default keyboard that came standard on your Samsung Galaxy? What is the alternative you have chosen? We invite you to tell us in the comments section that you can find at the bottom of this article.