By chance, I got hold of a Samsung Galaxy S III (S3) Mini, rooted it, and upgraded it to CyanogenMod 13 (Android 6.0.1). When trying to connect it to my WiFi network, I could not do so because my WiFi password contains a curly brace, and it seems I can't type that with the virtual keyboard.

I am quite sure there is a way to do that, so how to type a curly brace in CM 13's AOSP keyboard? Should I install another keyboard?


On Samsung keyboard:

Touch Sym, then 1/2 the curly braces are under 7 and 8.

On AOSP Keybord, Google Keyboard, Gboard:

Touch ?123, then =\< you'll get all symbols there.

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