The monochrome layout on Samsung's standard keyboard can make it difficult to see keys. Fortunately, there is a setting you can enable that makes your keyboard significantly easier to view and type.
Tap the gear-shaped settings icon on your Galaxy's keyboard, then go to “Style and Layout” or “Keyboard Layout and Feedback.” Press the switch next to “High Contrast Keyboard” to pop your keys. To customize the look, tap the text "High contrast keyboard" itself and then choose the color that suits you.
After setting the keyboard to high contrast, you can now instantly recognize keys, allowing you to type faster with fewer errors. Note that the keyboard will keep its appearance regardless of whether you are in light or dark mode.
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