For changing Keyboard on your Android Device, you must have two or more keyboard on your Android Device. So, if you don’t have then install it and if you already have then you may directly jump to step -5, as explained below.
How to Change Keyboard on Android
Step-1: The very first step, to begin with, is to install an app SWIFTKEY (or any other desired application) on your Android device to change the android keyboard. For installing Swiftkey open Google Play Store on your phone/Android device and tap on the search bar.
Step-2: The next step is to search for Swiftkey or any other desired app that you want to install in order to change the Android keyboard.
Step-3: After you’ve done searching select Swiftkey app to install on your device, to complete the installation process click on the INSTALL button (on the screen appearing in a green box).
Step-4: After you’ve installed the application open “settings” on your phone and look for Language and Input.
Step-5: Select the ‘Language and Input’ option and look for your “Default” keyboard settings under the section Select Keyboard and Input Method to change android keyboard.
Step-6: Select the Default keyboard option and a rectangular box pops-up with a dialogue box “Select keyboard” on it. Tap on “Select keyboard” to replace Android keyboard.
Step-7: After you’ve performed the above step a page appears as shown below. Use the push button to select “Swiftkey” as your default keyboard to replace android keyboard.
Step-8: After you’ve pushed the button another dialogue box pops up. Now all you’ve to do is press “Use” after reading the information given to replace android keyboard with Swiftkey.
Step-9: After finishing the above-mentioned step the process is completed and android keyboard is changed to Swiftkey keyboard. Perform a test by typing out something on your newly changed keyboard (an example is shown below in the picture).