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The workaround I found was to go to Settings->Apps->All->Google Keyboard and tap "Uninstall updates". This reverted the keyboard app to the initial version of 4.021003 that was installed to my Nexus 5 when it updated to Lollipop. Apparently the feature I am describing was broken/changed some time between 4.021003 and 4.1.22123. I'm going to report this ...


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This other SE answer might be of help if your phone is running under CyanogenMod. That answer, in turn, points to this article where author shows the location of built-in dictionaries on the phone filesystem, as well as the location of built-in dictionary source files in Android open source project. The rationale (all to be tried) should be grab the source ...


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On your Keyboard, hold the settings icon (like in pic below, not my pic). Then click switch input method, a list will come up whit all activated keyboards. Choose one and then your keyboard changes. All without the need for an external app.


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Volume + C is key function equal-lent to Cntrl+C



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