Users of Google's Gboard keyboard have reported problems with the app over the past few days, claiming that the app would not be working correctly. Apparently, the keyboard is causing some problems on Android devices around the world, causing people to stop using the service.
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According to users, it is not possible to use the app on Android because it is impossible to enter the password that unlocks the device. Complaints about the service are appearing in comments on the Google Play app store and also on social networks mentioning the Google company.
Another problem also happens after trying to start Gboard: A message appears to the smartphone owner saying that "Gboard has constant crashes". This app is one of the most widely used virtual keyboards in the world, and is available for Android and iOS. However, as reported, it seems that the problem only happens in Google's operating system.
While the bug doesn't happen to all Android users, some measures can help restore the app to work. You can open your Android system and go to Settings> Apps> Manage Apps> Gboard. After selecting the app, click "Force Stop" and "Clear all data". This should clear the keyboard settings and probably the possible app bug.
If the above procedure doesn't work, we recommend using another virtual keyboard app for now, at least until Google detects and resolves the issue.
Source: Digital Look