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Never mind, it was just a stupid move from my side. The error: unknown id: null message it was displaying, was there because I didn't put the whole mID into the adb shell settings put secure default_input_method "ID" command. I only put the half piece of the mID (only until the /). Anyway, now that I copied the full mID onto the command, it works again.


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Note: the commands in this solution requires adb setup in PC and the solution is tested on Android 4.2.1, 5.0.2 and 5.1.1. If you don't have any keyboard app installed in the system, then either use web version of Play Store to remotely install a keyboard app in your system (requires active internet connection in your device) or obtain the APK of your ...


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A suggestion could be to install ANY alternate keyboard, and choose that one as the default keyboard temporarily. The earliest technique I learned to do this was to start any app that required a text input field entry (even Internet will do). Hard press on the text field, and select "Input Method" which will allow you to try to set the newly downloaded as ...


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This applies to tablets running Android M only at this time, as on my Nexus 6 running Android M the option does not appear. Thanks to @Firelord for this Android Police link and information: "Here's the thing, though: you won't find this option on phones."


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Found it. Stupidly, you have to pull down, then scroll through the entire stack of notifications. "Select Keyboard" is buried at the bottom!


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Ah, found it at last: Turns out the "send" button is the hardly visible white triangle in the top right...


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Open Settings Go to "Locale & Text" Then "Samsung keypad" Then "Input languages" Only tick mark on English US (note: unmark all other languages if it's ticked).


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Go to Settings → Keyboard → Google keyboard → Appearance.



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