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I would like to know how to create a newline on the current android keyboard (for example in a sms). And if it could be entered - would it be displayed?

Edit: If you've got Android 4.1.

It is just below the delete button.

Edit2 : For Android 2.X it still is the question, where to find it.

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    Can you please clarify what version of Android are you running? 2.3? 4.0+? What is your phone? Is it running a manufacturer keyboard or stock Android? – Raghd Hamzeh Dec 17 '12 at 8:48
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Simply press the enter/return button in your key board. It is located at the right botton corner of your keyboard.

In some cases, this button sends the SMS (or submit applications, in cases of forms in websites) If your device does that, simply hit enter/return button while holding the shift button or the upside arrow

lAYOUT

Hope this helps.

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  • What about single touch devices? – Irfan Dec 17 '12 at 15:52
  • Good question. As far as I know, single touch devices does not face this problem. please try and let everybody know if you have one. – Sid Dec 17 '12 at 15:59
  • And what about Android 2.X devices? (I updated my question). – Peter Dec 19 '12 at 9:27
  • There is no SHIFT in GB? Please check again. There IS – Sid Dec 19 '12 at 9:33
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I finally found a solution. So I was facing the problem in WhatsApp and my new line button was replaced by the enter key, so I went to the setting and I turned off the option " send messages with enter key" and voila, my new line button is here.

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  • Yes I was looking for that, thank you +1 – Máxima Alekz Feb 26 at 22:12
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Press the shift key or the key to change letters from lovercase to uppercase and the Emoji button should change to a Return key.

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My dear friends,

this is an old question but there is still no answer, since I have connected 2 bluetooth keyboards to my Android smartphone running Shell Terminal Emulator and none of the above, suggested solutions, entered a new line

I will try https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apedroid.hwkeyboardhelperdemo since keyboard mappings can be edited and customized

My search for a ready solution, called: mapping MS Windows keyboard for use in Linux Shell failed to give results.

follow-up 1

I got it. Installed another Shell Emulator and Enter key started to work as Send + NewLine from bluetooth keyboard for iPad by Logitech, called Ultrathin Keyboard Cover.

Another, mini keyboard, supporting bluetooth, failed to work, mismatching the keys pressed vs. characters seen on display in Shell Terminal

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