The default Galaxy S20 keyboard is already good that you really don’t need to change anything for it to work. However, Samsung wanted its users to be able to customize almost every aspect, that’s why there are 4 keyboard themes you can choose from.
That’s what we’re going to show you in this post. We will guide you in changing the theme of your S20 keyboard to fit your preferences. If you don’t know how to do it yet, then continue reading as we may be able to help you.
Changing Galaxy S20 Keyboard Theme
Time Needed : 2 minutes
There are a couple of ways to access the keyboard settings on your phone, and we’re gonna show them to you.
- Access keyboard settings.
What I usually do to access the settings is to open an app that has a text field. For example the texting app, when you open it, you’ll be required to enter the number of the recipient and type your message. Both fields will automatically pull up the keyboard, and when it’s up you just have to tap on the gear icon. And that will bring you to the keyboard settings.
But you can also access the same screen by going to Settings > General Management > Language and input > On-screen keyboard > Samsung Keyboard.
- Choose a theme.
Once you’ve already accessed the keyboard settings, tap Style and layout, and then touch Keyboard themes.
There are 4 themes you can choose from but by default, the keyboard is using the Light theme. So basically, there are 2 light themes and 2 dark themes.
Choose which theme works best for you and your eyes.
- Android 10, One UI 2
- Galaxy S20
Once you’ve already chosen the keyboard theme you want to use, just close Settings and it will take effect immediately.
The galaxy s20 keyboard theme you’ve chosen will be used whenever you use the keyboard regardless of the app you’re using. If you want to revert back to the default theme, just follow the same steps and choose Light, or you can simply tap ‘Reset to default settings’ to bring all keyboard settings back to factory defaults.
Changing the keyboard theme does not change the function and layout of the keyboard, there’s a different setting for that.
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