In this article, you will learn how to install the LG G3 keyboard app on your android device such as the Samsung Note 3, Nexus 5.LG G2 etc. the LG G2 keyboard port with its interesting themes a few months ago. The successor of the LG G2 has recently been launched & there’s still time ahead of the all new LG G3 gets available in the market for aspiring users. The LG G3 is an amazing smartphone with smarter features than any other smartphone on the globe. Between the plethora of features that build it wonderful, the latest smart LG G3 Keyboard app.
What can make the LG G3 Keyboard app smartly various from the stock keyboards found on other phones is it intuitive nature. It may be adjusted to fit comfortable composing, it understands from your typing habits & it grows by collecting files. It helps to keep learning how and what you type and utilizes the collected data to give you the most effective possible understandings. Guess, you usually commit the mistake of typing S’s
in fact you want to type A’s. The LG G3 Keyboard will register these types of mistakes and expand the detecting area (not the key button) of A button so which you type it correctly the future. No more typos!
LG G3 Keyboard also allows you change the height & layout. You can easily change the voice input, hand-writing and symbol keys layout from keyboard options. You can easy choose whether or not show the numeric buttons on the top row of the keyboard. If you have a smartphone with a large screen, you can even enable one-hand operation mode which adjusts the keyboard to right/left side of the screen. If you like to use different kinds of Smileys & Emoticons while typing, the LG G3 Keyboard provides you hundreds of goodies. Like the older types of LG keyboards, the LG G3 Keyboard also support themes. By normal, you will find only the white and black themes.
In case you don’t prepare to get the LG G3 but would like to enjoy its keyboard app on the smartphone you use right now, it’s come to be possible now. Thanks a lot to Cloudyfa from XDA forum for porting the LG G3 Keyboard app to perform on all Android gadgets running stock KitKat or custom ROMs based on it. I tested the keyboard port on 3 devices, such as the Samsung Note 3, Google Nexus 5, HTC one M8 and LG G2 successfully.
1) An Android device with Jelly Bean or KitKat or any custom ROM based on it.
2) Root access & BusyBox.
3) TWRP or CWM Recovery for flashing the Zip.
Download LG G3 Keyboard App Port:
LG G3 Keyboard app port is available as Apk and flashable Zip both & could be installed on any Android device with KitKat (stock, CM or AOSP based ROMs). You can simple download it from our links below:
LG G3 Keyboard Port for LG G2: Cloudy_G3Keyboard.zip
How to Install LG G3 Keyboard
Installing the Apk File:
If you download the LG G3 Keyboard application port in Apk format here’s how you can install it:
Step No 1: Download and copy the Apk file to your device.
Step No 2: Since the app requires system support, you need to install BusyBox app initial. Having installing BusyBox, open the application and touch the Install button.
Step No 3: Then open smartphone Settings>>> Security and enable Unknown sources option.
Step No 4: Navigate to the LG G3 keyboard Apk file using a file manager and tap it to install.
Step No 5: Once the application is installed, open it & tap the Install button.
Step No 6: Open Language and input Settings and just select LG Keyboard as default keyboard.
Flashing the Zip:
In my case, the installation of the Apk was not successful on my Nexus 5 running Carbon ROM, but the flashable Zip worked perfectly. Flashing the keyboard port Zip is just like flashing everything using TWRP or CWM recovery. Here’s the steps:
Step No 1: Copy the Cloudy_G3Keyboard.zip file to your smartphone.
Step No 2: Boot your device into recovery mode.
Step No 3: Backup your present ROM before performing anything, just to be on the secure side.
Step No 4: If you use TWRP, just tap the Install key, select the Zip file and confirm installing by swiping the slider of the phone. When it’s installed, clean dalvik cache and then choose Reboot system option.
Step No 5: In case you use CWM, select install zip from SDcard option, select the Zip file & confirm installation by choosing Yes. Wipe dalvik cache then select the reboot system now.
Step No 6: Wait until your device boots up & then open your device Settings> Language and input. Decide on your keyboard.
You can now enjoy the LG G3 keyboard application on your Android device. Don’t forget to explore the keyboard settings to modify it to your demands.
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