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Just as RossC described above, choose one of the other appearance HOLO WHITE or HOLO BLUE. It is just as same appearance as in the Kitkat.


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Maybe you're looking for this? This is the stock Kindle Fire HD keyboard.And this is the actual link if you're concerned. Don't follow the instructions mentioned on the link.It is only to replace the system keyboard.


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You might like using this instead. It's just like the KitKat keyboard.


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Your current layout is called "Material Light". To change it, go to Settings > Language and Input > Google Keyboard > Appearance and Layouts Holo White matches the kitkat default appearence - dark gray background, light gray buttons with white letters


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Your current layout is called "Material Light". To change it, though there isn't a pure black version, go to Settings > Language and Input > Google Keyboard > Appearance and Layouts The dark material setting is called "Material Dark" and looks like this: I'm assuming you want material design as you are keeping it stock, but there are the old KitKat ...


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It should only show up if you have more than 1 keyboard active. Deactivate one or more keyboards.


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On a CM9.1 based device we found the following: System Settings Section Device Advanced There is only the one option: Keyboard layout This affects the hardware keyboard layout. However not sure if this works for stock roms.


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Look for and install a "keyboard switcher" application. I have installed this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appaholics.keyboardswitch and initial testing is encouraging. I am simply surprised that this kind of functionality does not come by default...


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It worked for me to go into the Text Correction section of the Google Keyboard settings and then to Add-On Dictionaries. Emoji for English words said it was available so I installed it and then removed it. The auto correct of emoji icons has stopped for me since.


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I bought a new keyboard for my galaxy tab.i connected the keyboard to my device. But, there was no reaction.please, tell me how to use.


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On the Gigaset QC830, in Settings, choose 'Language and Input'>'Google Keyboard' setting button (to the right)>uncheck 'Sound on Keypress'


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What you want to achieve is nearly impossible. You can get some approximations by using Airdroid app (lets you see your phone on the web browser from your desktop pc) or installing vnc server on your device and vnc client on your desktop pc, or using Pushbullet app. This last is used for notifications rather than absolute control, but you could give it a ...


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MyScript is good. Mazec3 is awesome! The best handwritten input for Japanese on Android.


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Above options for delting complete list of learned words. If you want to delete selected words then Open your Keyboard and type in the word . when the word appears in the auto correct then touch it continuously and a prompt will appear to delete the word. select ok and the word will be removed from the auto correct list.


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This worked for me : connect usb OTG cable and a regular pc keyboard, then power on.


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Go to Settings > My device > Language and input > [default keyboard] settings (gear symbol) > PRESS Predictive text (NOT the slider or tick box!) and it shows a new menu with Auto replacement; Personalised data; clear personalised data etc S4 mini menu appears to be different to the S4 for some reason


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You have this tagged as google-keyboard, but based on how you phrased the question I'm going to infer that you're using Samsung Keyboard, the default on Galaxy devices. In stock Android, there's a User Dictionary selection available in Settings→Language and Input, which allows you to edit the user dictionary. For most keyboards, you can access the user ...



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