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Clear data & cache in Android Keyboard & Dictionary Provider in Settings > Apps > All ... if problem still persist, try reboot into recovery & wipe cache partition format dalvik cache. i had to do it several times and tried clearing cache of keyboard-related apps such as User Defined Dictionary and Pico TTS. good luck!


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There is a way to fix the issue GO to sms setting > click "soft keyboard type and select "show the emoticons key"" Then go to swift key settings and select Enter key option It works for me all the time.


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Check if you have Google Keyboard installed in Play Store. This keyboard somehow done all the spell checking despite the fact that I couldn't find it in settings, I wasn't even aware I had it installed. After uninstalling Google Keyboard spell checking turned off. (not my advice, I checked it on ...


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Try to clear cache and clear data in Settings-> Apps-> Dictionary provider-> Force stop check if this solves your problem.


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If you go to settings then to Language and input then choose android keyboard (AOSP) click on appearance and layout after that on choose theme. When you'll click holo you will get your old keyboard back.


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Sadly, it's not possible to use a keyboard with this new type of time picker, because it is not a feature of this mode ("clock", right image) of the control. But if the developer of an app showing the time picker uses the classic mode ("spinner", left image) which is still present in newer APIs (21+), you can use the keyboard. Maybe if you give feedback ...


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I would assume Hacker's Keyboard is capable of sending shift-enters.


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According to caniemoji.com Android 4.3 Jelly Bean was the first release to include a built-in keyboard (iWnn IME), and Android 4.4 KitKat is the first to include a color emoji keyboard. Versions of Android prior to 4.3 require the use of a third-party keyboard app to insert emoji, or can copy/paste emoji from the list of all emoji.


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The answer depends on a variety of things, most importantly whether the vendor or manufacturer uses the Google keyboard or one of their own. Some apps, including Facebook and most manufacturer/vendor Messaging apps, have their own built-in emoticon support. The default keyboard for Lollipop (5.0) on the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S5 has built-in emoticon ...


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Well one cannot disable the default Xperia keyboard on Sony, so if another keyboard installed and used, there seems to be no way of disabling this button.


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Assuming you're using the standard AOSP/Google keyboard, any auto-corrections can be immediately undone by pressing the backspace key.


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As far as I know, there is no such app. But you can still solve your problems. There are many keyboards available to try out whose auto-correction features are totally acceptable. You can try these from Play Store: Swift Key Fleksy Swype


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I researched on Fleksy Keyboard and there's not Spell checker for disable it. so, Goto -> Android Settings -> Language & Keyboard -> Touch Input -> Text input -> Spell correction or, on Lollipop : Goto -> Android Settings -> Language & Keyboard -> Spell checker and then, turn it off How to turn off ...



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