How to Install Gingerbread Keyboard on Galaxy S

SGS GB LogoSo let’s proceed directly for downloading and installing the Gingerbread keyboard on your Samsung Galaxy S.First of all you will need to download the signedkey.apk file to your PC and then you need to place this file anywhere as you wish in your Android device. Once you download this file into your PC, transfer the same using the USB cable.

As soon as you place this apk file in your Android device, go to the location where you have placed the apk file in your device and you just need to open the Signedkey.apk file in the device and there you go the installation for the Gingerbread keyboard will be done within seconds.

Gingerbread keyboard

Once the installation is finished, head over to your phone’s settings, select Locale and Text option and enable the new keyboard from there named Android Keyboard . You can now start using the new Android 2.3 Gingerbread keyboard on your Samsung Galaxy S.

We have tested this keyboard on Samsung Galaxy S, though this is not tested in any Android devices it should work in other devices too. The best part of this Gingerbread keyboard is that this works even on non-rooted devices. Do leave a comment after installing this keyboard on your device, whether it worked or not?

  • Narayanaswamy Gurusamy

    Using it on I9003….works like a charm

    • http://twitter.com/pradeepneela NeaL Pradeep

      thanks buddy for your comment and hope you are happy with this!

  • Baisha

    Gotcha! Works fine. :)

  • Jimmy

    Yap, worked fine on mine

  • Rossy

    Just installed it on my galaxy s. It works fine. I just found one issue so far. When you type fastly, it doesn’t all the letter you type in. And thy is quite annoying. Going to look for another better.

  • Cirtex Review

    Does this trick work only with the Samsung Galaxy S, or with the Galaxy tab?

  • Mario Lopez from France

    Cette application works fine on my Galaxy S, ce keyboard is smaller and more confortable to use. ce only thing that doesn´t work is the haptic feedback, even if the option “vibrate on touch” is enabled.

  • nuri

    i tried it on my Tab and it’s WORKING fine. shows support of other languages but doesn’t change letters on keyboard or even when you press them!!! so i guess the languages support is not running.
    also it occupies a much smaller area on the screen which good but it’s little harder to use and less accurate.
    good one.

  • Jo

    What’s the different with previous version keyboard?

  • neal pradeep

    App is correctly signed.. I thnk it doesnt support nxs1..

  • Nexus One

    Force closes constantly on my Nexus One…