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Worst case, there's an app for that. Several, actually, but apedroid is well-reviewed, currently being maintained, and has a free demo version if you want to make sure it works for your set-up. $2-ish for the full version so "worst case" might be an overstatement.


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Root the device; Install Xposed framework; Install Xposed Additions; Enable Xposed Additions in Xposed Framework, restart the device; Open Xposed Additions setup; Buttons -> Allow External Devices -> Keyboard; Add new Key -> Press the button you wan to disable on the keyboard -> OK -> Go to the newly appeared menu entry for the button you have chosen -> Add ...


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I don't know of software that will allow any given keyboard to pair with multiple devices at a time, but the Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 will do that. It has a wheel to cycle through and choose which device you want to use.


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The free Android automation app Automate can change the input method (soft keyboard) using its Input method set building block. But changing input method will require a rooted device.



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