In this post, we will walk you through a step by step guide how to install Galaxy S9 keyboard app apk on other Android devices. The Galaxy S9 is the next Samsung flagship device and it comes with a plethora of features. Among the improved hardware, the S9 has also an improved TouchWiz firmware. It means a new design, new apps, updated wallpapers and much more features.
Galaxy S9 comes with Android 8.0 Oreo, Samsung Experience 9.0, out of the box. Even though the Galaxy S9 is a real beast still you might not want to buy it but may like to try its features. After the Galaxy S9 system dump release, it has been easier to port the S9 apps to other devices. Besides the S9 keyboard apk you can install also the S9 TouchWiz Launcher, the official wallpapers and much more.
This post is dedicated to the Galaxy S9 keyboard for other devices, but if you are looking for other S9 goodies you can search on this site. We will cover various guides to help you download the newest apps on your device. Or if you have any question and want us to write an article or give you some help do not hesitate to write in the comment section below.
How to install Galaxy S9 keyboard apk or zip file
If you want to install the Galaxy S9 keyboard app follow the steps below. There are two different ways to do it. You can either flash the zip file via a custom recovery or unzip the zip file and install the apk file directly. The safest and easiest way is to install the Galaxy S9 keyboard app is to flash the zip file via recovery. If you haven’t already installed a custom recovery on your phone, you can have a look at our Custom Recovery Section to find one for your device.
The Galaxy S9 keyboard apk will work only on Samsung’s TouchWiz stock firmware. It is tested and confirmed to work properly on Android 8.0 Oreo but according to the developer who ported this app, there is a chance it might work on Android Nougat too but try it at your own risk.
Method #1 – Flash the zip file
- Download the Galaxy S9 keyboard zip file from the link above and move it somewhere on your phone internal storage where you can find it easily.
- Turn off the phone and then boot it into recovery mode. To do so press and hold at the same time Power button + Home (Bixby) + Volume Up.
- Once your phone boots into recovery, tap on install and choose the zip file you downloaded from the link above.
- When the flashing process finishes, reboot your phone and then choose the new keyboard under Settings > Language & Keyboard.
Method #2 – Install S9 Keyboard apk
- Download the Galaxy S9 keyboard apk from the link above. Download and extract the file to get all the apk files you will need. To install third-party apk files you will need to enable Unknown Sources under Settings > Security.
- Find the apk files you got from the extracted file and tap on each of them to install.
Sometimes the files might not be installed correctly and you will get an error “Installation aborted”. In this case, we recommend you to use the first method and install Galaxy S9 keyboard app via recovery.