The default Android keyboard does not support Arabic input but with this custom modified keyboard, you will be able to input both English and Arabic characters on your Android phone or tablet. The Android operating system does not come with support for Arabic language but fortunately, there is a way to fix that and enable Arabic input for most Android devices using Arabized libraries provided by Ardroid. While this modified Gingerbread keyboard does not Arabize your phone to enable Arabic language support for it, it will allow you to input Arabic characters along with English ones, on your device. Once the keyboard has been installed, you can switch between Arabic and English languages by swiping sideways on the space bar. Please note that at the moment, several devices including Samsung Galaxy S series devices, Samsung Galaxy Tab and many more, are not supported. To enable Arabic support, copy the downloaded file to your phone and flash it from recovery. You should now be able to select Gingerbread keyboard in your input selection settings and make Arabic input with your new Gingerbread keyboard.
I think the Multilingual keyboard in the android market is a much better solution if you need to type in Urdu,it has a limited set of Urdu dictionary too.
I have Motorola droid x its very nice phone it cannot read arabic that’s important to read arabic stuff their is a lot of us, do you how many, its a good market to ignore iphone know that, it take some one a few hours to correct that, it will make a lots of people happy.


AddictiveTips is a tech blog focused on helping users find simple solutions to their everyday problems. Typing of Urdu and Arabic is always a problem as it has right to left direction and some encoding problems but it is no longer problem now.
In Stock Android Rom Urdu is not supported by default so when you receive sms in Urdu or Arabic your phone shows you Boxes instead of full characters , this happens because Urdu Fonts is not supported in Android. This Android 2.3 Gingerbread keyboard also includes an Arabic dictionary and comes with source code so that you could modify it if you want. However, the default Gingerbread keyboard does not make it possible to enter Arabic characters on your device, even if it has been Arabized before.
You will still have to Arabize your device first and for that, you must visit the Ardroid website.
This keyboard also includes an extensive Arabic language dictionary built-in to help you input Arabic text more efficiently by providing suggestions and auto-correct. AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.
If your device is not listed at the Ardroid website link given below, visit the Generic Update for FroYo link from that page and check in the comments if any user has tried it out with success.


In case your device isn’t listed and is running Android 2.2 FroYo, grab the Generic Update for FroYo. If you are a developer and want to modify it further, you can download the source code from the XDA-Developers forum link below.
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