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As far as I know, no 3rd party app can record your "keystrokes" when installed on a non-rooted android phone. When an app gains privilege and is given root access, only then it could act like a system app on a rooted phone. This is why Google has never given root access to users. It's too risky. Anybody can install a spyware "keylogger" app on your non ...
The goal may seem to be switching the keyboard app when the password is to be entered, but the real issue is to protect the password from being logged by third-party keyboard apps, or at least be restricted from being uploaded somewhere. In that case, I suggest using a firewall so that you can restrict any app from connecting to Internet, let alone it can ...
In BlueStacks Settings, go to IME settings then click OnScreen Keyboard. Go back to 8 Ball Pool (Or any Miniclip game) and when you click Email or Password to log in the OnScreen Keyboard will now show. This worked for me.
Since this behavior appear only in the c4droid app ,it isn't a system problem but a problem with the c4droid app ,I suggest you send a feed back to the app's dev ,the implementation of supporting physical keyboards is in the app it self ,or may be there is an option in the app's settings to remap or choose keys behavior. Email address of the dev: ...
Find the emulator's configuration in your HOME directory. ~/.android/avd/<The_Device_Name>/config.ini Here the The_Device_Name is the name of the android virtual device your created using the AVD Manager. Open this configuration file(.ini) using Notepad editor and change the setting to have the below line which enable the keyboard hw.keyboard=yes ...
The option is gone. It used to be that it just wouldn't show up for those words which were already in your personal dictionary. Now it doesn't appear for any word whatsoever. It was probably a recent update to the Google Keyboard app which broke this functionality. The Google Keyboard app updates for everyone so it wouldn't matter that my Nexus 5 is running ...
I found it switches by using Shift + Space.
Try Shift + Space Bar It works with Samsung TabS on Logitech Keyboard
A workaround is to copy the non-breaking space from somewhere (e.g. the Wikipedia page has it in the first line between the quotes), or from between the brackets here: [ ]
While this isnt for your device. It might work out for ya. Take a look at this post on XDA. It talks about remapping keys on the Droid 4, which also has a physical keyboard. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1517260
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