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Question Set Keyboard Before Decrypting Device

11th March 2014, 12:22 PM   |  #1  
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I have a rooted Samsung Galaxy S4 no custom rom. Since rooting I have been able to fix loads of annoyances with my device and solve loads of issues. The one that I can't solve though is that when I boot my phone and it asks me to decrypt the device the default Samsung keyboard loads (see attached) rather than swift key which appears when I boot up fully. I know that this is because swift key can't boot until the phone starts up so it is just starting the system keyboard. Is there anyway though now with root access to use swift keys as the system keyboard so even when decrpyting the device I can use swift keys keyboard. I know this is not a major issue but if anyone knows how to do this I would be grateful; otherwise guess I will just ignore it.

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11th March 2014, 12:43 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by batinica

I have a rooted Samsung Galaxy S4 no custom rom. Since rooting I have been able to fix loads of annoyances with my device and solve loads of issues. The one that I can't solve though is that when I boot my phone and it asks me to decrypt the device the default Samsung keyboard loads (see attached) rather than swift key which appears when I boot up fully. I know that this is because swift key can't boot until the phone starts up so it is just starting the system keyboard. Is there anyway though now with root access to use swift keys as the system keyboard so even when decrpyting the device I can use swift keys keyboard. I know this is not a major issue but if anyone knows how to do this I would be grateful; otherwise guess I will just ignore it.

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Well, You can but you will need to have libs of the app... See this thread for more info...http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2331336

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