Samsung Keyboard receiving a new update with firmware v5.2.60.0

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Last month, Samsung rolled out significant updates to its Notes and My Files applications. Today, the company has begun sending a new update to the Samsung Keyboard app on the firmware variant v5.2.60.0. The new firmware is currently live, and almost all the users have begun tasting it.

Samsung Keyboard

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What’s New?

Luckily, we have the changelog of this update with us. According to it, the new firmware incorporates improvements and adds a fix for a well-known major bug. It brings improvements for touch accuracy and a few other features in the application.

Coming to the bug fixes, the update adds a fix for the problem that the recommended Chinese characters are changed to Hangul when you press the Chinese button on the Cheonjiin and Cheonjiin Plus keyboards.

Apart from the changes as mentioned above, the Korean giant has not added any others. However, we need to thank Samsung for fixing the most problematic bug.

In terms of availability, users can directly head to the Galaxy App Store and start installing the update. If the latest update is not available in your region, follow below to download the latest update’s APK file.

Download Samsung Keyboard 5.2.60.0

  • Version: 5.2.60.0
  • Size: 61.55 MB
  • Min: Android 8.1
  • Download Now (APK Mirror)

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