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Keys Cafe Module of Good Lock receives MathxChem keyboard and One UI 5.0 emojis

Given the October 2022 update, the Good Lock Keys Cafe module on Samsung received the One UI 5.0 support. Additionally, it was also provided with support for the Chemistry keyboard. As of now, the Keys Cafe module is going to be updated with November 2022 update, and interestingly it will be receiving a range of new features to the table.

Samsung is introducing support for One UI 5.0 emojis as well as a new keyboard termed the MathxChem keyboard given version of the Keys Cafe app. The recent updates are consistent with devices based on Android 13 having the One UI 5.0 software. For instance, the devices like Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 4, and others are devices compatible with recent updates.

In the symbol layout, the MathxChem Keyboard has been included. Thus, providing convenient access to users for solving mathematical as well as chemical equations using a single keyboard. Furthermore, this update excludes the requirement of switching the keyboard for solving math or chemistry equations. Indeed this update is quite useful for users who are ought to solve formulas on regular basis.

The MathsChem keyboard comprises symbols for elements as well as mathematical signs used to build an equation given the new update of the Good Lock Keys Cafe module. The latest update for Keys Café has an installation size of 67.88 MB. It can be downloaded from the Galaxy Store. Using the keyboard requires the users to open the Good Lock Keys Cafe module. After opening the module, press the “Make your own keyboard” option.

Followed by that turn on the button and selecting the MathxChem keyboard from the ‘Symbol’ category. Click on Apply to enable the changes made. In addition to this, you can click on the Edit button and customize the keyboard. The keyboard will showcase the mathematical and chemistry symbols.

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