I'm reading through my keyboard's resource documentation (I use MessagEase normally), and I see that they state:
Please note the Android does not provide any Undo.
However, I know this isn't actually true — at least, not in any apparent manner — because when using a physical keyboard Ctrl+Z invokes
undo just fine, and doesn't require any additional/external applications, i.e., works natively via generic PNP (I've used telnet, BT, and RF varieties, all of which work). And yet, mysteriously enough, the function seems to be omitted intentionally (disclaimer: I have no evidence to support this conjecture).
In fact, MessagEase has extended input functionalities that include form field controls and ASCII character controls, and yet inputting Ctrl+Z results in a
notdef glyph output in the exact same form field.
Why is this the case?
EDIT: Please note that I am referring to connecting a physical keyboard to an Android device, I am not comparing PC vs Android UX.