Samsung Galaxy S6 How to use 3x4 keypad – Solved

If you like to write SMS and text with a 3x4 keyboard on your Samsung Galaxy S6, then you are lucky. Because the Samsung keyboard on your Samsung Galaxy S6 provides this function. The 3x4 keypad corresponds to the keyboards on "old" mobile phones. Practiced can write with this keyboard layout quickly SMS text messages or other texts.

How to enable the 3x4 keyboard on the Samsung Galaxy S6, we want to explain you here:

Open from the Home Screen the menu and then the settings. Tap here on the entry "Language& input" and then "Samsung keyboard". Here you will find directly on the top "Input Languages" including the keyboard layout. Typed on the entry and you can nowselect in a pop-up the "3x4 keyboard".

This keyboard will then be displayed in all apps, in which text can be written.

You know now how you can adjust the keyboard layout "3x4" on the Samsung Galaxy S6. Have fun with this kind of writing.

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#1 Denis the old coot 2016-04-08 00:17
Being an old timer, I'm always a amused when the latest mobile OS is released, and the "old" 3x4 keyboard is hidden away or has some functionality stripped, in favour of the "newer" querty keyboard that we should all be using by now.
The QWERTY layout was devised and created in the early 1870s by Christopher Latham Sholes. Designed for use with 8 fingers and 2 thumbs, while sitting upright at a desk (don't forget the ergonomics).
T9, which stands Text on 9 keys, is a predictive text technology for mobile phones, specifically those that contain a 3x4 numeric keypad. Designed in the 1990s for single finger(or thumb) typing on mobile devices.
Now there have been some improvements made to the querty keyboard in recent years, like adding the same predictive logic as T9, and swift etc. But that doesn't escape the fact that querty, something that was designed for a totally different purpose 150 years ago, is being shoehorned into a totally different technology today. :lol: