How to personalize Keyboard on your Samsung One UI 4.1 phone?

In the smartphone keyboard plays an important role as everything or any thing can not be done without the keyboard whether we talk about the sending text, making notes or doing any other task in all that we need a keyboard.

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As the Samsung is famous for its great innovation and offerings so for this also Samsung offers a customized, easy and compatible which will allow you to do your task in an ease and innovative way.

Samsung has innovated  its built-in keyboard with lots of customization options. You can change the language, layout, themes, size, feedback, and even add custom symbols with a few taps.

Further, the Samsung Keyboard can also help you out with Smart typing options like text and emoji suggestions. For example, emojis and stickers will appear in the toolbar as you type, so you can quickly add them to your messages without searching for them.

Starting this year, Samsung released the One UI 4.1 custom software skin for its eligible smartphones. Along with various new features and other improvements, the new OS also installs Grammarly to Samsung Keyboard to ensure that you will not make any silly typing mistakes.

Let’s see how to customize the One UI 4.1 Samsung keyboard with various features and customization options.

How to use toolbar on keyboard:

You can send funny GIFs and stickers to your friends and family, no matter what phone they use. Your phone will automatically convert them into a multimedia message.

  • Launch the Messages app.
  • Tap the new conversation.
  • Enter or choose a recipient.
  • Tap the Enter message field to pull up the keyboard.
  • The toolbar will automatically appear.
  • From here, you can select from Emoji, Stickers, GIF, Voice Input, and Settings.
  • Tap Expand toolbar (the three horizontal dots) to see more options available on your phone.

If you do not like the toolbar or do not use it often, you can disable it.

  • With the keyboard open, tap the Settings icon that appears in the toolbar.
  • Tap the switch next to the Keyboard toolbar to make the toolbar disappear.

If you ever want to turn it back on:

  • Navigate to Settings.
  • Search for and select Samsung Keyboard.
  • Tap the switch again.

Keyboard Settings:

  • Open the Settings of your phone.
  • Search and select Samsung Keyboard.
  • Adjust your desired keyboard settings.
  • You can also access this page by tapping the Settings icon in the keyboard’s toolbar.

Type with your Voice:

There are two built-in voice-to-text apps on your phone: Samsung voice input and Google voice typing.

  • To turn on these features, navigate to and open Settings.
  • Tap General management.
  • Tap Keyboard list and default.
  • Tap the switch next to Samsung voice input.
  • Ensure only one voice assistant is activated on your phone.
  • You are now ready to type a message using your voice! Open the Messages app, and start a new conversation.
  • Touch and hold the Microphone icon on the keyboard’s toolbar.
  • Simply talk when the Microphone icon is active and your voice will be translated into words.
  • Release the Microphone icon when you are done.
  • If it’s your first time using Samsung voice input, you may need to agree to the terms or allow some permissions.

Change keyboard mode:

  • Navigate to Settings.
  • Tap General management.
  • Tap Samsung Keyboard settings.
  • Tap Mode. You can choose from the following keyboard modes:

Standard keyboard: This is the normal keyboard view, with your phone’s on-screen keyboard stretched to fill the main screen.
One-handed keyboard: This mode shifts the keyboard to the right side of the screen. To shift the keyboard to the left, tap the Left arrow icon.
Floating keyboard: This mode turns the keyboard into a small floating popup in the center of the screen.

Change default keyboard:

Typing is about to get a whole lot more exciting. If you want a new keyboard, you can download one that fits your style from the Play Store and Galaxy Store.

  • Once downloaded, open the Settings on your phone.
  • Go to General management.
  • Tap Keyboard list and default.
  • Tap the Default keyboard.
  • From there, select your desired keyboard.

Use Smart typing options:

  • Go to the Settings of your phone.
  • Tap General management.
  • Tap Samsung Keyboard.
  • From there, tap the switch(es) next to the following options under Smart typing:

Predictive text: The keyboard will suggest words for you as you are typing. Just select the word to add it to your message.
Suggest emojis: The keyboard will suggest emojis that match what you are typing.
Suggest stickers while typing: The keyboard will suggest stickers that match what you are typing.
Auto replace: The keyboard will replace words for you while you are typing. You can tap the space bar or Enter key to use the new word.
Suggest text corrections: The keyboard will automatically correct grammar and phrases for you. Suggestions will be marked with green underlines. You can also tap Manage apps to choose which apps will receive text corrections.

  • You can tap Text shortcuts to add your own shortcuts for frequently used phrases as well. Or, tap More typing options to adjust additional preferences like Auto capitalize and Auto spacing.