Good Lock’s Keys Cafe module gets One UI 5.0 emojis and MathxChem keyboard

With the October 2022 update, Samsung’s Good Lock Keys Cafe module gained One UI 5.0 support along with support for the Chemistry keyboard. Well, the Keys Cafe module is getting updated with the November 2022 update, and guess what? It brings a couple of new features to the table.

Reportedly, with the Keys Cafe app version 1.0.05.94, Samsung is pushing support for One UI 5.0 emojis and also adding support for a new keyboard called the MathxChem keyboard. The latest update is compatible with devices running Android 13-based One UI 5.0 software, like the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy Z Flip 4, the Galaxy Z Fold 4, and others.

The MathxChem Keyboard has been added to the symbol layout, making it easier for anyone to solve chemical and mathematical equations on a single keyboard. This also negates the need to change the keyboard to solve chemistry or math equations and could be very useful for users who indulge in solving formulas on a regular basis.

In this new Good Lock Keys Cafe module update, the MathsChem keyboard consists of symbols for many elements and signs of math that can be used to form an equation. The installation size of the latest update for the Keys Cafe is 67.88 MB, and it is available via the Galaxy Store. To use the keyboard, you need to open the Good Lock Keys Cafe module and hit the “Make your own keyboard” option.

Then turn on the toggle and select MathxChem keyboard from the ‘Symbol’ category. Tap on Apply for the changes to take effect. Also, you can tap on the Edit button to customize the keyboard, right from the keyboard size to its working. The keyboard will show you math and chemistry symbols.

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