How do I customise the Keyboard layout on my Galaxy device?
Through the initial set up of your Galaxy device, the only customisation you can alter is the language. Once you completed the general set up, you can change the keyboard layout, on-screen keyboard, add multiple languages and change your default keyboard. If you follow the below page, you can learn how to completely customise your keyboard on your Galaxy smartphone or Galaxy Tab to suit your needs.
If you would like to change the Language input on your Galaxy device check out our page How do I change the Language input on my Samsung phone? for more information.
Please Note: This guide is designed for Australian variant Galaxy devices, if you have an international device and require further support click here to get in touch with your Samsung subsidiary. Screenshots were taken from a Galaxy Note10+ 5G operating on Android OS Version 10.0 (Q), steps and options available may vary depending on the Android Version operating on your Galaxy device.
If you have customised your Theme the keyboard layout may be automatically changed to suit the theme design. If you are unable to change any of the below settings you may need to return to the default Galaxy theme on your phone or tablet. Follow our guide Customising my Wallpapers and Themes on my Samsung Phone for more information.
You can add multiple languages to your keyboard and seamlessly switch between then and your default language. If you add a secondary language this WILL NOT change the language and input throughout the phone. If you would like to change the default language input on your device, check out our guide How do I change the Language input on my Samsung phone? for more information.
If you have chosen Language key and space bar swipe or Space bar swipe you can switch between languages by swiping across the space bar.
Within Smart Typing you can enable or disable settings like Predictive text, Auto replace, Suggest emojis and Auto capitalise.
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