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Switching between languages in keyboard

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Any idea how to replace the 'voice dial' button to the left of the space bar with a standard language selection button? I never use voice dial, but I often switch input language when I type.

Much appreciated!

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Any idea how to replace the 'voice dial' button to the left of the space bar with a standard language selection button? I never use voice dial, but I often switch input language when I type.

Much appreciated!

You can switch between your active languages by holding the space-bar and dragging left or right.

You can also switch off the voice-recognition-button in the settings, to make the space-bar a bit bigger.

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Any idea how to replace the 'voice dial' button to the left of the space bar with a standard language selection button? I never use voice dial, but I often switch input language when I type.

Much appreciated!

I am not sure this is possible, but a good alternative is:

If you select "Settings->Language and Keyboard->Samsung Keypad->Input languages" you can add which languages you like.

When you compose text or email you will then see the language on the space bar. Pressing and holding space and moving to left or right will change the language.

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You can switch between your active languages by holding the space-bar and dragging left or right.

You can also switch off the voice-recognition-button in the settings, to make the space-bar a bit bigger.

Ok, good tip - thanks for that. I'm migrating from an iPhone 3GS so I'm keen to keep that layout.

I am not sure this is possible, but a good alternative is:

If you select "Settings->Language and Keyboard->Samsung Keypad->Input languages" you can add which languages you like.

When you compose text or email you will then see the language on the space bar. Pressing and holding space and moving to left or right will change the language.

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