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Even though Samsung is going through pretty rough days due to its exploding Note 7 devices, but it is safe to say that the success of its Galaxy S7 devices is what it can count on for months to come. Samsung Galaxy S7 is getting sold like hot cakes all around the world, and people love this remarkable piece of technology. In this article we will see how to change keyboard in Galaxy S7 from the default keyboard. Most of us spend time using our keyboard on our phones. We use keyboard in WhatsApp, social media, chats, Facebook and messaging. That is why it is a must to have a keyboard with which you are comfortable with.

Change Default Keyboard in Samsung Galaxy S7

The best way to change the keyboard to replace the default one in Galaxy S7 is to use a third party keyboard. Nothing beats Swift keyboard, an app that has without any doubt won the trust of millions of people. Swift keyboard is the easiest and optimized Android keyboard you can use in Galaxy S7. You can also use other apps like Swype and Google keyboard. After you have installed the third party keyboard, open the app and you will see the instructions you need to follow to activate/operate the keyboard.

Now exit the app and follow the instructions given below in order to configure the S7 phone to make the third party app default replacement as a keyboard in your phone.

Go to Settings in your Galaxy S7 and head over to ‘General Management’ and then go to ‘Language and Input’. Then move over to Default Keyboard > Setup input methods > and enable the keyboard you want. You will definitely see Google keyboard option here. But if the third party keyboard, let’s say Swift keyboard, was installed, it will also be shown here. Select the keyboard you want to use.

That’s all there is to it. This is how to change default keyboard in Galaxy S7 to type on a keyboard of your choice. Enjoy!

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  1. Gabriel

    Nice article! I think a good 3’rd party customization app is Redraw Keyboard, pretty neat features!