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Let me suggest you Russian Keyboard app. It allows you to choose different layouts for hardware and software keyboards (one or multiple). It supports any layout (including your own). And it is free. The only thing you should know is that selected layouts work as long as the app is selected as a current input method.
Add &hl=pl to the end of the URL. (So it becomes https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.touchtype.swiftkey&hl=pl ) This will force the Play store to change to Polish entirely, and display the Polish version of the site, not just the translation. (Works for all Google sites, and all languages) It will remain in Polish until you close the ...
I believe if you hold the microphone icon it brings up a menu that allows you to change those settings. It may be the comma icon on your phone however. Previous versions allowed you to swipe the keyboard. Otherwise there are many alternative keyboards you can download from the Android Play Store.
It's not that the locale is locked, it's just that it's only useful to change it to a language that's already on your phone. If the phone doesn't have a translation and other needed files for German, changing the locale to German won't have any effect. It's just like if you have a German phone and you install an app that's not translated into German: you'll ...
Well, I guess yes there is a way to prevent this cross contamination, head over the Settings>Application manager>Choose Samsung Keyboard>Clear the Data stored by the application and it will reset back all the suggestion to back in the time you first used your device. See if that can be of any use.
While not as complete of an answer as I'd like, I was able to improve my typing experience vastly by doing the following: First, it is important to understand the difference between auto-correct (or auto-replace, as it is known in the settings) and predictive text. Predictive text, when enabled, is what is shown in the black bar above the keyboard. ...
This module for Xposed Framework should do the trick if your device is rooted. Install Xposed Installer. Run Xposed Installer and use it to install Xposed Framework. It's a two-tap operation followed by a reboot. Find the App Settings module in Xposed Installer, install and enable it. Reboot device. Click the module in Xposed Installer to show its GUI. ...
You can now download the latest version of Google keyboard (with sliding support) from the Google play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.inputmethod.latin
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