I have recently started teaching myself Android systems, and I'm not sure if I bricked or what happened. Now I could seriously use some direction as to the best course of action.
Somewhere in the process of rooting, uninstalling, and tinkering, I lost the ability to use my on screen keyboard. Apps menu showed the keyboard as still working but it was and is unuseable I got the bright idea to try factory reset, as I wasn't using ADB at the time Now the phone is formatted but I can't get to menu to turn on developer options for usb debugging mode
The touch screen is still operational but the keyboard isn't functional so I can't even get past the initial setup screen. Please someone, take pity on my stupidity and woeful ignorance. Any advice would be welcome. Its an LG L16C with kitkat Oh yeah, before I had any idea what was what, I backed my phone up and then transferred the file to my pc. I haven't inspected the file as I have been tied up reading every piece of available literature on how to use ADB/SDK and trying to setup remote viewing/pc control and other such things. Is it going to be possible to learn something from this other than don't make that mistake again?