Feb 2018


how to use keyboard on your smartphone

The standard Android keyboard is called the Google Keyboard. It offers some special features that supposedly make the onscreen typing experience more enjoyable. I’ll leave it up to you to determine whether that’s true.


Keyboard settings are located in the Settings app. Tap the Language & Input item. On some Samsung phones, that item is found in the Settings app on either the General tab or Controls tab.


Generating keyboard feedback :

Typing seems to work better with an onscreen keyboard when the Haptic Feed back feature is active.  To check this setting, follow these steps:


1 .  Open the Settings app and choose Language & input.


2 .  Choose Google keyboard and then preferences.

On Samsung phones, this item is titled Samsung Keyboard. It’s the same thing. There is no need to choose Preferences for the Samsung keyboard.


3 .  Use the master control to set Vibration on Keypress.

This item might be titled Vibration.


Activating predictive text :

The Google Keyboard enables its predictive text automatically, but not every Android phone uses that keyboard. To ensure that the feature is active, follow these steps:


1 .  Open the Settings app and choose Language & input.


2 .  Choose Google Keyboard and then Text Correction.

Some Samsung phones show the Samsung Keyboard item. Choose it to view the Predictive Text setting.


3 .  Ensure that the item Next-Word Suggestions or Predictive Text is enabled.

This item may instead be titled Show Suggestions.

If you can’t locate a Next-Word suggestions or Predictive Text item, it’s most likely on all the time and can’t be disabled.


Turning on gesture typing :

Gesture typing allows you to create words by swiping your finger over the onscreen keyboard. Chapter although this feature may not be active on your phone. To ensure that it is, follow these steps:


1 .  Open the Settings app and choose Language & input.


2 .  Choose Google Keyboard, and then choose Gesture Typing.


3 .  Ensure that all Master control icons are set to the On position.

Only the Enable Gesture Typing item needs to be enabled, though activating the other items enhances the experience.


For some Samsung phones, follow these steps:

1 .  Open the Settings app and choose Language & input.


2 .  Choose Samsung Keyboard.


3 .  Choose Keyboard Swipe.


4 .  Ensure that the option continuous input is chosen.

Older Samsung phones use the item SwiftKey Flow in Step 3.


Activating dictation :

Voice input should be enabled automatically on your Android phone, although that’s no guarantee. The secret is to find the Dictation (Microphone) icon on the keyboard. The icon looks similar to the one shown in the margin.


On some Samsung keyboards, long-press the Multifunction key to locate the Dictation icon.


When you can find the Dictation key, and before you toss the phone into the garbage disposal, follow these steps to ensure that this feature is active;


1 .  Open the settings app and choose Language & input.


2 .  Choose Google Voice Typing.


3 .  Ensure that the feature is enabled.

On many phones, the feature can’t be disabled, so after choosing Google Voice Typing (refer to Step 2), you see a list of features.



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