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Yes it is safe to uninstall AOSP keyboard. I kinda feel uncomfortable writing a one lined answer... So I'll explain things a bit more in detail. Basically, you can remove any app from android system as far as its not used by critical system functions. I dont not know of any specific up to date list that contains all apps that can be removed. But consider ...
Follow these steps: Slide down the quick settings menu. Select Settings (gear icon) then choose User Profile & tap Predefined Profiles. There you will see keyboard sign, tap on the icon. A general page will display. In there you you will get dial-pad, touch, dialog box (uncheck this) & vibrate on touch (uncheck this too). Tap the "Back" key on the ...
I don't have access to a Galaxy S5, but one possibility is that you have somehow disabled the voice input method, typically Google voice typing is provided as the default. Try going to Settings > Language & input, and check whether the Google voice typing input method is disabled and if it is, enable it and try again.
Press Shift + Ctrl + Space Or Press Alt + Ctrl + Space
Press Shift + Ctrl + Space Or Press Alt+ Ctrl + Space
Try this solution: Open up your Settings Navigate to Accounts Click on Google If you have multiple google accounts, find the account which you would like to use Tap the account you would like to use Now enable sync for the following things: Sync App Data Sync Google Keyboard (if you have the option to) Reboot Go to Google Keyboard settings Sync, and ...
Found it. It's possible by installing Google Japanese Input app. Switch keyboard to QWERTY in the settings.
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