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Double tap the Uppercase key to hold it on, Then try the minus key.... Might not work, but the Uppercase key is supposed to be a Shift replacement in the stock keyboard.


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I had the same problem! I turned off auto replace and it seemed to fix it.


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CyanogenMod has a keyboard built in, did you try going to Settings -> Language & Input and make sure you have a keyboard set as "Current Keyboard", the default keyboard in CM is Android Keyboard (AOSP)? If there is truly no keyboard installed, you can go to http://www.apkmirror.com/ and download any number of keyboards, such as Swiftkey Keyboard or ...



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