Samsung Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus: Change Language Settings
English has been used as a universal language for some time now. It is accepted to be our global lingua franca, which means that it is a common means of communication for people of different native languages. Samsung is a global smartphone brand and it has decided to give its S9 and S9 Plus users an option to change the language on their devices. It is also great to note that one can also install and use more than one language on the built-in keyboard. We share with you a guide on how to vary your language settings on your Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus below.
How To Choose A Different Language On Galaxy S9 And S9 Plus
- Go to your Settings page on your device
- Tap on My Device
- Look for the Input and Control option and Tap on it
- Choose the Language and Input feature
- Choose the Language option
- A list of languages that you can activate will be shown to you
- Choose the one you prefer and confirm your change.
If ever your preferred language did not come up in the list of available languages on your S9 then no need for you to worry. We show you added steps on how to install a language that is not part of the list that’s available.
- Root your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus
- Download and Install MoreLocale 2 app from here
- Run the MoreLocale 2 app
- Look for the Custom Locale option near the top of the app and Tap it
- Look for the two buttons ISO639 and ISO166 and Tap them, selecting the country and preferred language from the list
- Once done, Tap the Set button and you are set
We are not done yet, we show you steps below on how to add a new language to your S9 or S9 Plus keyboard
- Go to your Settings
- Look for the System section and Tap on it
- Choose Language and Input
- Find the keyboard option and the gear icon next to it
- Tap on the icon and choose a new language that you want to add
- Take note of all the languages available from your keyboard, check or uncheck boxes if you prefer
You can now use your added language on your keyboard. You can swipe sideways on your spacebar to make you go from one active language to another that you just selected.