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I just fixed it! I'm running a Galaxy Nexus phone with Android 4.3 and I had a similar problem. In addition to saving words like "thibk" and "tou" (go home, thumbs, you're drunk), it somehow ended up containing the word "THEYRE," much like OP's "DONT." This drove me insane - how dare the Great Googly One tell me not to use an apostrophe? It's my right as an ...
Have you tried Unified Remote. This is a great tool to use phone as keyboard and mouse. It doesn't use USB but wifi instead. There is an app on phone and computer that work together. Works great for me. Also if you get full version you get integration with many common applications.
This doesn't exactly answer your question, but it might help in your use case. Maybe you want to have a look at InputStick. It'll be a USB thumb drive that you pair to Android via Bluetooth. Plugged into a computer it emulates a generic USB HID to send keyboard strokes. An advanced Java API will also allow to specify i.e. device descriptors to emulate ...
Swiftkey recommends: Place the SwiftKey icon on your home screen, then resetting it as your input method will literally only take two clicks. This is a known issue in Android code, and as per https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=34880 will be fixed in the next version of Android you receive. (paraphrased for clarity)
The issue has been reported to SwiftKey who have responded with the following: We’ve worked with Google to determine the cause of the issue. After researching this in depth, Google has told us this is a regression in the Android framework. They’ve also assured us that this will be resolved in a future update to the Android operating system
If I tip the keyboard to horizontal then hold down the microphone key - I get emoticons as an option. (Samsung G4)
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