Change Input Languages on your Android phone while sending SMS

Submitted by shashank on February 24, 2012 - 2:35pm

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Your Android phone does not just support the English language for sending SMS; it allows you to use SMS feature in Dutch, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Bengali, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin, Mexican English, and many other languages. In the United States alone, 15 % of the population converse in Spanish. Surprisingly, Mandarian leave English behind in the race for the most spoken language globally. These figures suggest that people communicate in diversified languages, and not just in English.
 
The Android platform considers this fact, and hence supports innumerable languages to appeal to people of different tongues. The Android 2.2 Froyo update began the era of Multiple language supports in messages on the Android platform. As an Android user, you can add multiple languages for the keyboard, and even use the settings to switch from multiple languages. Once you set a particular language on your android phone, the phone will change the keys; you will have access to auto suggest dictionary.
 
How to change Message Input Language in your Android phone
 
Follow the given procedure to change message input language:
 
Step1: Visit the Messages menu and select ‘Create a New Message‘.
Step2: Scroll to the message body and select the Settings tab.
Step3: When you see the Keypad settings, select the “Input Language”.
Step4: Select or uncheck the desired language from the language list.
Step5: Click OK to confirm, and visit the compose section to type in your desired language. 

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