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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.


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


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 and download any number of keyboards, such as Swiftkey Keyboard or ...

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