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Does NOT WORK on a saved website for some reason. I have a name@yahoo.com saved in there and no matter how many times I delete it it does not delete. Does anyone have a clue as to how to get rid of it?


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Following this advice I enabled USB Debugging (on my Moto g 2nd gen) and then I happened (on a whim) to look at Accounts before proceeding. At the bottom of the screen it said I could add an account so I went to do this - and there, suddenly was a keyboard again! So I was able to sign back into my Google account and get things working. I don't know if I have ...


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What you have to do is pair your external keyboard then go to Settings -> Language & Input -> Physical Keyboard; then tap on your keyboard and a dialog for choosing the keyboard layout should appear. Choose the layouts you want (note that you have to select two or more to be able to switch) and then press back. Near the bottom of the dialog a label ...


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These are availabe for free use : KidLogger (Download Page) or Xposed : Use a Keylogger to Record What Friends Do on Your Android


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No, that is not functionality that standard Android phones have. While it's not outside of the realm of possibility for a manufacturer to add this functionality, I've never heard of it being done.


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[LTE data] [CDMA voice] + [Data] [Voice off] =Freeze If a new battery doesnt fix it - the modem is dying.


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I´ve done it without adb or anything else. Just download this apk: http://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-inc/google-keyboard/google-keyboard-4-0-21173-1568296-android-apk-download/ Then pass the apk to a second phone. After that pass by bluetooth the apk from the second phone to the first. After that the installation option will apear and your problem will be ...


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Closest working solution I was able to get was to use JBak Keyboard which allows you to customise it's layout and skins using simple XML files.


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Realized that I changed the keyboard type from Default to English US. This is under Home -> Settings -> Language and input -> Physical keyboard -> [the first option]. If something other than sec_keypad: Default is displayed, tap it, click Set keyboard type, and go through the entire list and uncheck anything that is checked.


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was the Keyboard activated through the app? you should be able activate the keyboard through the app. alternatively, you can go to: settings. language and Input. and select, selector Icon. or in the Language and Input menu Choose you keyboard.


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Solution to multiple and simultaneous languages on Motorola DROID RAZR and Android version 4.4.2: Settings; Language and input; KEYBOARD & INPUT METHODS; Default; Android Keyboard - you see the 'option' menu selection to the right. Tap it. Input languages sub-menu displayed. Select 'Input lanaguages' to list the languages available and those you want ...


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Go to settings > Language & Input (or Language & Keyboard) From there there are two settings, one is under keyboard > word suggestions (and make your choice of preferences from the menu); the other is Personal dictionary (or User dictionary, depending on the phone). Click on Add and have at smashing!


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things have changed a bit in Lollipop. On the Nexus 6, for example, there's a new softkey you can use to change keyboards.


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A simpler solution I had the same issue, but I don't have an SD card in my Moto X. That means, if I backup then factory reset, my backup will be gone too. I found another solution. You can just reflash the Google Keyboard to your device using TWRP. The zip I used is here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95855108297851240 If you don't have TWRP ...



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