If you want to hack an Android phone, you’ll need a keyboard.

There are no official keyboards, so most Android apps use a keyboard to show you the phone’s menu and navigation options.

There’s a handful of apps that use a simple, but functional, keyboard to navigate the menu.

However, some apps use an app like Android Pay that uses a custom keyboard to do the same thing.

The result is that many Android phones can’t be hacked without a hacked keyboard.

The problem is that you won’t be able to access all the functions of your phone using a keyboard, so it’s best to stick with the simple and easy way to get started.

This guide will walk you through the process of installing an Android keyboard on your phone.

We’ll be using an Android device that runs the latest version of Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, which comes with Google’s official keyboard.

We will also be using a Windows PC as an example.

The goal of this tutorial is to show how to install an Android Keyboard on your Android phone.

There aren’t many ways to install a keyboard on an Android smartphone, so we’ll be covering the most common methods.

We’ve also covered some options that you might want to consider, like installing the Google Keyboard app on a desktop PC.

Once you’ve installed your keyboard, it will be ready for you to use.

When you get the hang of it, you can use it to launch the keyboard application, browse the menu, or even do basic tasks like change the phone color.

We’re going to focus on using the Google keyboard for the majority of our tutorial.

The first step is to open up the Google app.

Click on Settings, then Search.

You’ll want to open the Google search bar, which will pop up in the top left corner of your screen.

To open the search bar for your keyboard app, tap the search icon in the lower-right corner.

If you don’t see the search box, tap it to open it.

Tap the Google icon at the top-right of the Google Search bar.

Now tap the Settings icon.

Click Apps and Services.

Tap Keyboard and Keyboard Support.

Select Google Keyboard.

Click Install.

If your keyboard doesn’t have an Android app, you will need to install the Google Apps for Android app to install it.

When it installs, the keyboard will be installed into the Applications folder.

Open the Google apps app and tap the icon at right-top of the screen to bring up the menu that opens up for the keyboard app.

You can use this menu to browse through your keyboard apps, or you can choose the keyboard to launch in any app you want.

When a keyboard app is installed, it displays its keyboard preferences.

To change the keyboard’s preferences, tap Edit, and then change the value to whatever you’d like.

Once your keyboard is installed and you’re ready to use it, open the keyboard menu and tap Start.

You should see the keyboard search bar pop up, along with a new option for installing the keyboard.

Now you can launch the Google App.

Once the Google Launcher is open, you should be able launch the app by tapping the Menu button in the bottom-right.

Tap Google Keyboard in the navigation bar to start searching for your Google Keyboard application.

You may have to wait a few seconds for the app to start launching.

Tap Play to start the Google application, then tap OK.

Once it starts, the Google Keyboard app will be open for you.

If all went well, you now have an app that lets you launch your keyboard from your phone or tablet.

We hope this tutorial helps you get started with an Android Phone’s keyboard.

You don’t have to install any keyboard apps on your smartphone, but it’s always a good idea to make sure your phone has a keyboard if you’re trying to hack something.