The first row of the SYMBOL Keyboard offers the following keys:
ʷ, ᶻ, a, ə, i, u, b, c and ć;
The second row of the SYMBOL Keyboard offers the following keys:
č, d, g, h, j, k, l, ĺ and ɫ;
The third row of the SYMBOL Keyboard offers the following keys:
ƛ́, m, n, p, q, s, š, t and w; and
The fourth row of the SYMBOL Keyboard offers the following keys:
x, y, ý, ˇ (the wedge modifier), ’ (the accent modifier), ʔ and common punctuation.
The x̌ is made by pressing the x then pressing the ˇ wedge modifier. The ḱ, q́, t́ and ẃ are made by pressing the letter then pressing the ’ accent modifier)
The “ SYMBOL+SHIFT” keyboard offers numbers (0-9) and standard punctuation and commonly used symbols (', ?, !, etc.).
The Muckleshoot Keyboard App is based on the Android soft keyboard API 16. It should run on most Android devices with operating systems between 4.1.2 and 5.0 (including Jelly Bean, KitKat and Lollypop).
Once the App is installed there are several steps you need to take make the App available as a text entry option:
1 - Go to "Settings", select "Language and Input".
2 - Select "Default".
3 - If you do not see "Muckleshoot Keyboard" then click " Add Keyboards".
4 - Now check the box next to "Muckleshoot Keyboard", and set it as your default.
5 - Now go to "Settings" and select "Messages".
6 - Now select "Text Messages".
7 - Now select "Input Mode".
8 - Now select "Automatic".
If the spacing in your text messages does not look correct make sure your device's Message Settings Input Mode is set to "Automatic".