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Android 6.0 Marshmallow: How To Change Languages On Galaxy S6

If you want to change language settings on the Samsung Galaxy S6 running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the good news is that the Galaxy S6 supports many different languages. When you change the Galaxy S6 language to Spanish, Korean, German or any other language, the changes will affect all apps and user interface settings including third party applications as well. But one thing that you will need to do is change Galaxy S6 keyboard language settings separately. But don’t worry, we’ll explain how you can change language settings on the Galaxy S6 and language keyboard settings on the Galaxy S6 below with just a few minor settings tweaks. These instructions also work for the Galaxy S6 Edge as well that is running Android Marshmallow 6.0.

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How to change language on Android 6.0

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  1. Turn on the Galaxy S6.
  2. Select on the Settings icon on the homepage.
  3. At the top of the screen, select on the My Device option.
  4. Then select on Language and input under the Input and control subheading
  5. At the top of the screen, select on Language.
  6. Select the new language you want to set standard for the Galaxy S6.



How to change the keyboard language on Android 6.0

  1. Turn on the Galaxy S6.
  2. Select on the Settings icon on the homepage.
  3. Browse for the Language and input under the System section.
  4. Next to the keyboard, select on the on the gear icon and choose the language you want to use.
  5. Select on the checkmark box next to the your chosen language and uncheck languages you don’t want to use anymore.
  6. Then when you start using the keyboard, swipe sideways on the space bar in order to swipe between keyboards if you’ve got multiple ones selected.


I can’t find my language?

If you can’t find the language that you want to use on the pre-installed list of languages, you will need to Root your Galaxy S6.

  1. Root your Samsung Galaxy S6
  2. Download and install MoreLocale 2
  3. Run MoreLocale 2 and tap custom locale, near the top.
  4. Tap the ISO639 and ISO3166 buttons to pick your country and language from the list, and tap Set.



The instructions above should allow for your to change the language settings on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.



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