Have you ever accidentally changed the size of your Android keyboard and found it difficult to type? Don’t worry, it’s a common problem that can be easily fixed. In this article, we’ll show you how to change your Android keyboard back to its normal size.
Step 1: Open Your Settings
The first thing you need to do is open your Android phone’s settings. You can do this by tapping on the gear icon on your home screen or app drawer. Alternatively, you can swipe down from the top of your screen and tap on the gear icon in the top right corner.
Step 2: Tap on System
Once you’re in your settings, scroll down until you see the “System” option. Tap on it to open the system settings menu.
Step 3: Tap on Languages and Input
Within the system settings menu, you’ll see a section called “Languages and Input.” Tap on it to open the keyboard settings.
Step 4: Tap on Virtual Keyboard
Within the keyboard settings, you’ll see a section called “Virtual Keyboard.” Tap on it to open your phone’s virtual keyboard settings.
Step 5: Tap on Gboard (or Your Preferred Keyboard App)
Depending on which keyboard app you use, you’ll need to tap on the corresponding app within the virtual keyboard settings. For example, if you use Gboard, tap on “Gboard” to open its settings.
Step 6: Tap on Preferences
Within your keyboard app’s settings, you’ll see a section called “Preferences.” Tap on it to open the preferences menu.
Step 7: Tap on Keyboard Height
Within the preferences menu, you’ll see an option called “Keyboard Height.” Tap on it to adjust the height of your keyboard.
Step 8: Adjust the Height of Your Keyboard
Once you’ve tapped on “Keyboard Height,” you’ll see a slider that allows you to adjust the height of your keyboard. Slide it to the left or right to make your keyboard taller or shorter, respectively. You can also test out different heights by typing in the provided field.
Step 9: Save Your Changes
Once you’ve adjusted the height of your keyboard to your liking, tap on “OK” or “Save” to save your changes. Your keyboard should now be back to its normal size.
That’s it! You’ve successfully changed your Android keyboard back to its normal size. If you have any further questions or issues, you can check out the “People also ask” section below for more information.
People Also Ask:
1. How Do I Change the Size of My Android Keyboard?
You can change the size of your Android keyboard by going to your phone’s settings, tapping on “Languages and Input,” and then selecting your virtual keyboard app. From there, you can adjust the height of your keyboard to make it taller or shorter.
2. Why Did My Android Keyboard Change Size?
Your Android keyboard may have changed size accidentally if you accidentally swiped up or down on the keyboard. Alternatively, some apps may have a feature that automatically adjusts the size of your keyboard based on your phone’s screen size.
3. Can I Change the Color of My Android Keyboard?
Yes, most virtual keyboard apps allow you to change the color of your keyboard. You can usually find this option within the app’s settings.