Welcome To Android #1: How To Change Your Keyboard
Did you know that your Android powered smart phone has multiple keyboards? Well it does, and combined with the Android Market, there are dozens of different keyboards to download. Read or watch below to lean how to use this easy, yet very useful feature. Hope it helps!
How to enable downloaded keyboards
- Go to settings
- Go to “Language and Keyboard”
- Scroll down
- Check off the newly downloaded keyboard
How to change your keyboard
- Open a text field
- Long press
- Select “input method”
- Select your keyboard
Still need help? Watch the video.
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UPDATE: If you’d like to check out more how-to’s, head over to our newly added Android 101 series. There are tons of lessons that are super informative and could help you master your Android in no time!
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