The issues of upgrading the smartphone’s operating system are of concern not only for beginners but also for experienced Android users trying to adjust the device for themselves. It includes both flashing, installation of side applications, and much more. All pay attention only to visual changes, ignoring the built-in keyboard.
You can not deal with the appearance of the main menu, the performance and various effects of the phone, but a keyboard is needed by any user. With its help, you can communicate, look for important information on the Internet, and create the necessary notes in a notebook, which greatly simplifies life.
This article will tell you how to change the keyboard and adjust it in your own way.
Perhaps you do not need to install a new application if you are only interested in the nuances of its work. Some, for example, are strongly annoyed by automatic correction of words (function “T9”). In order to eliminate this minor problem, it is not necessary to run on Google Play for a new application. You can rummage through the settings of the old one.
To get started, go to your phone settings. Then find the item called “Language” and click on the gear icon next to the selected option. An extensive list of all sorts of options will open, which will allow you to maximally configure everything for yourself and change the application settings.
If the setting does not help, start looking for the application.
If you do not want to select a random application from the list, see the special hit-parade of the keyboard for Android, composed by the users themselves. The top five are as follows:
On the Internet, there is a huge assortment of all kinds of applications that are customized for any user needs. The above guide will help you choose and install the best option, thanks to which you will feel comfortable typing texts even on the smallest screen. Good luck with your work, experiment with pleasure!