Using Gboard has offered users a lot of cool features that they cannot find in their ordinary keyboard. Gboard is the virtual keyboard app from Google and is available for use in any Android or iOS device. It is integrated with different features like glide and voice typing, translation. multiple languages, emojis, GIF, and Google maps.
However, Gboard has also its share of errors. At one point, you may come across an error indicating that your Gboard is not working. It can happen both on Android and iOS devices including iPhones and iPads. If you experience this error right now, there are different ways on how to fix it.
Fix the Gboard Not Working Issue on Android Phone, iPhone or iPad
Method #1 – Restart your Device
A quick restart can refresh your software’s device and erase temporary configurations that may be causing the problem. Simply restart your iOS or Android device and try using your Gboard again.
Method #2 – Force Stop your Gboard App
- On your device, go to Settings.
- Select Apps.
- Click Gboard.
- Look for the Force Stop button and click.
- It will automatically close your Gboard app.
- Relaunch your Gboard app and check if the error still exists.
Method #3 – Update Your Gboard App
There may be current updates that you have not installed for your Gboard app. These updates may have fixes to solve the error. To update your Gboard app, you can go to the App Store or Google Play Store and search for Gboard. If there are updates available, the Update button will appear. Click it to start the update process.
Method #4 – Clear Keyboard Cache
- Open Settings on your phone.
- Select Apps.
- Look for Gboard and click to open.
- Click Storage and the cache data will appear.
- Click Clear Cache to delete the cache memory and free up some space.
Method #5 – Disable Other Keyboards
While you are using Gboard, other keyboards are still enabled so you can easily switch anytime. However, this may be one reason why your Gboard app won’t work. You will need to enable your Gboard and disable all other keyboards.
- Open Settings.
- Click System and select Languages & Input.
- Select the Virtual Keyboard.
- Try to disable Gboard first and then enable it again.
- Go to Physical Keyboard and disable other keyboards.
Follow each method one at a time and check after each method if your Gboard is working again. Hopefully, the article above helped you fixed the problem.
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