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    Deniz K

    Hi Steven, your physical keyboard doesn't inherit your Microsoft SwiftKey layout setting. The language you set for your physical keyboard is determined by the languages available in your actual device settings (the ones where you set the language of your phone menus/settings). In the meantime, I've passed your feedback on to our team. 

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    Steven Kim

    You mean I have to change my phone system language to Korean if I want to write Korean with a physical keyboard when using Swiftkey??? And no, it still doesn't work even though I changed the phone's system language to Korean

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    Steven Kim

    https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=17VKRyP7-8h_kiNQTggO_8XaUolc8682-

    As you can see from the screenshots, the only way I can change the physical keyboard's layout with Swiftkey is through the menu on the top

    Samsung keyboards gives me the option to put English & Korean layouts, which I can switch between using either the language key on the keyboard or the shortcuts (ex. Shift+Ctrl)

    Swiftkey, however, not only offers that single option to change keyboard's layout (which means I can only use English if the setting is set to English), but it also doesn't have Korean among the list of layouts

    It's 2021, please let us be able to switch between two languages when using a physical keyboard, AND add Korean to that list -_-

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