Floating keyboards are great for those who need more room to type on their iPads. However, if you no longer need it, the process of removing it can be a bit tricky. This article will explain how to remove a floating keyboard from an iPad and how to prevent it from reappearing.
Turn off Floating Keyboard
The first step in removing the floating keyboard is to turn it off. To do this, open the Settings app on your iPad and select the General option. Next, select Keyboard, and then switch the “Allow Floating Keyboard” option to off. Once you’ve done this, the floating keyboard should no longer appear when you type.
Reset Keyboard Settings
The next step is to reset your keyboard settings. To do this, open the Settings app and select General. Then, select Reset and select Reset Keyboard Dictionary. This will ensure that the floating keyboard won’t reappear when you type. Keep in mind that this will also reset any custom words or phrases you may have added to your keyboard.
Turn Off Split Keyboard
If you’re still seeing the floating keyboard, the next step is to turn off the split keyboard. To do this, open the Settings app, select General, and then select Keyboard. Next, switch the Split Keyboard option to off. This should get rid of the floating keyboard once and for all.
Restore Keyboard Settings
If you’ve reset your keyboard settings, you may want to restore them. To do this, open the Settings app, select General, and then select Reset. Select Restore Keyboard Settings, and then select the backup you want to use. This will restore your custom words and phrases, as well as any other settings you may have changed.
Removing a floating keyboard from an iPad can be tricky, but with the steps outlined in this article, it shouldn’t be too difficult. Just remember to turn the floating keyboard off, reset your keyboard settings, turn off the split keyboard, and restore your keyboard settings if necessary. With these steps, you should be able to get rid of the floating keyboard and keep it from reappearing.