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I don't know if it can be set on a per contact basis, but there are third party keyboards that can automagically detect what language you're typing in. Have a look at keyboards at Google Play Store. I myself use Swiftkey, and it correctly detects upto three languages. I have UK and US English and Swedish. The trick is to set the keyboard layout to the ...


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Worst case, there's an app for that. Several, actually, but apedroid is well-reviewed, currently being maintained, and has a free demo version if you want to make sure it works for your set-up. $2-ish for the full version so "worst case" might be an overstatement.


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For typing a web address if you start typing with www (case matters here) and then hit period, the auto-capitalization does not work and you can normally type your URL. For other queries I think posting them at SwiftKey's Support page for Android would give you better responses.


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It SHOULD work fine. Would grab the PA gapps if I were you. It could be that you haven't wiped your dalvik and cache properly. Try that and see what happens.


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In most android keyboards, the keyboard app has its own dictionary and language packs. It records the language in the keyboard's data base. Spelling correction and predictive text depends on the language data, the script of the language that was selected and your most used words and sentences. It remembers your sentences or any new words that you type and ...


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as @MatthewRead says, this is a known bug. Here are some more details: Apparently, for some reason the phone thinks that browsers are only for typing web addresses. Since URLs don't have spaces, the phone disables auto space by default. This make sense since many browsers use the same box for both searching and the URL, but often causes inconveniences. The ...


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I posted an answer to this where it can be removed from the keyboard when typing and you see the words you want to remove: How do I clear keyboard/autocorrect history on the Galaxy s4? Cheers


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In Samsung keyboard they have tried to make it easier and less 'configuration file' or 'programmer/advanced hacker' centric by integrating it into the keyboard itself. Bring up a screen that requires keyboard input, select the input box/field to reveal the Samsung keyboard: Note: The highlighted area with the ">". The Samsung predictive text ...


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You might want to search for an alternative to the stock-keyboard delivered with your android device. There are keyboards that have hardware keyboard detection and settings to explicitly turn off the on-screen keyboard, blueduino soft keyboard for example.


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See http://www.reddit.com/r/Nexus5/comments/2atmt4/german_keyboard/. this method works for me. Enable German keyboard by going to settings > language & input > then clicking the settings button next to Google keyboard >input languages > select German. To type ß, you'll need to hold down the s key, then it'll pop up, same for ü under u, Å under A, ...


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I'm currently using a BlackBerry z30, so I know no android keyboard is a match to this kbd. My friend after impressed by BlackBerry kbd tried to search for kbds in play store for his android and the closest to ths kbd was "flesky", its not good in predective text but it has same gesturessuch as swipe left to delete and layout as BlackBerry kbd... you could ...


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This is a known bug. It seems like it was introduced with 4.2.2. Downgrading to before that is not a good option, but might be available to you. It affects multiple browsers with multiple keyboards, so I assume the issue must be with the specific type of text field used for their address bars. I used to encounter this with Chrome but haven't lately, so ...


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I don't know of software that will allow any given keyboard to pair with multiple devices at a time, but the Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 will do that. It has a wheel to cycle through and choose which device you want to use.


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I will expand on the answer above for those unfamiliar with android. For android 5.0 Lollipop, go to phone system settings, then choose language and input. Press on Google keyboard under the subheading "keyboard and input methods", then choose text correction. Click on add on dictionaries. The "emoji for English words" listing will be shown as installed. ...


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I'm afraid that is not possible for the stock LG keyboard on the LG G2. You can only edit words that you have added yourself using Jimmy's method above (or below?), that is, words in the personal dictionary; but you cannot delete words that came with the standard dictionary. Sadly tho came with Lucky Goldstar's stock dictionary. At any rate, I commend you on ...


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You can change the words in the user dictionary by going to Settings > Language and Keyboard > User dictionary. From here you can edit as you wish. There is another way mentioned here that may be easier for you: How to remove misspelled words from your Android Dictionary "Maybe this is more obvious to everyone else, but the dictionary is accessible from the ...


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On your phone go to the play store and look for emoji keyboards for galaxy, after you install it you should set everything up then it will show squares after it shows squares in the notification bar you should see something you need to download so that you can see the emojis download that and set it up and your emojis should show up. There is currently no ...


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I just figured it out. Lets just say, there is a word like " qpoacx ". When you type it and press space, it ll show you the word with red underline. Tricky part comes here. Remove the space. You ll get the word you are typing in the suggestions. When you click on it, you ll be shown add to dictionary above the alphabets.(Not a drop down menu) -- I ll ...



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