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I wonder how I include croatian symbols into my Android device. I searched in the internet, but I can't find any useful information about this topic. Is it even possible to install "language packages" on a Android device, meaning that not the system language gets changed, but the range of possible symbols gets extended? (I'm running Android version 4.0.3 on a Samsung Galaxy SII)

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In my Settings | Language & input | Language I see "Hrvatski" listed. Is it not available on your phone? –  Al E. Dec 13 '12 at 22:11
    
Yes of course, but this changes all to hrvatski. I only want to be able to input croatian symbols let's say in a SMS. –  Valentino Ru Dec 13 '12 at 23:00
    
Ah. You may need to get an alternative keyboard, then. –  Al E. Dec 14 '12 at 0:38
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I found a nice solution with

Hacker's Keyboard

It's free available in the Google Store and you can choose between many keyboard languages. The nicest thing for me is that, even if I choose the croatian language, I can still easily write german umlauts, which I need as I live in Switzerland.

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