If you have Google Drive installed on your device then you can use the 'Copy to clipboard' option within the share menu.
If you scroll down past the reviews you should see a 'Share' button:
After clicking this you will be shown the share menu which contains a 'Copy to clipboard' option:
Clicking this will copy the URL for the app to your clipboard, ...
For Gboard: Just enable longpress for symbols in Gboard settings. Than find textbox and in lower left corner of keyboard switch to symbols, than longpress on some numbers will give you fraction or exponent.
For anyone who comes across this via a search I found these options...
Polaris Office's word processing program implements undo that works via control-Z on my Galaxy Note 3 using a Bluetooth keyboard.
The JotterPad X text editor implements undo and redo that works fine via on-screen controls.
The JotterPad X app description on the Google Play store claims ...
You could type in "adb shell input keyevent 26" which in turn will lock your screen
For this you need the usb debugging enabled on your phone and adb should be installed in your machine
A complete adb installer in 15 seconds for windows can be found here
And for Linux Machine there is a ...
As mentioned in comments, when you tap some text to set the insertion point you should get a blue indicator "tab" just below where the cursor has been placed. It is usually then fairly easy to drag this "tab" (and corresponding cursor) a couple of characters to the correct position.
Unfortunately, unlike some other keyboards, the stock Android keyboard does ...
I don't know about the stock keyboard but in Swiftkey and Kii keyboard(a wonderful and free alternative to stock keyboard and Swiftkey) you and enable arrow keys, ie → ← ↑ ↓. I think this might be what you're looking for.
I had the exact same issue with my Note II. The best solution I've found is the app Quick Keyboard Switch, which gives you a notification bar icon you can tap after pulling down to bring up a dialog box to switch KBs. You can switch back the Samsung kb, and from there hit the handwriting input button to get back to pen input.
What keyboard are you referring to? If you're on the latest google keyboard ( 5.0.25.xxx) then you can turn this on by:
settings > Language and Input > Google Keyboard > preferences > Long press for symbols.
There is keyboard app in the Google Play Store called Swype which has many handy shortcuts - such as copy, paste, select all, etc. The shortcuts involve swiping certain keys. When I use Swype I find these shortcuts to be incredibly efficient and helpful.
Android CDD -section 7.1.2 does not specify any mandatory requirements, except support for third party IME, say for instance Hacker's Keyboard, which implements those control keys
In my understanding, there is nothing defined as essential support for control keys
For the time being, I found an alternative solution. It's not the solution that I wanted, but it does the job reasonably well. I'm posting it here so it may benefit someone else as well.
Gboard allows you to store a Personal Dictionary for each language that one installs (Gboard > Dictionary > Personal dictionary > English (US)). So in the keyboard in which ...
If you are willing to use a PC as the interface.
There appears to exist a modified version of the open-source scrcpy which has keyboard shortcut support for playing games, but should partially map to your requirement:
QtScrcpy - gitee repo or QtScrcpy - github repo
See project README for keyboard mapping feature:
win (meta) + up = maximize
wim + down = minimize
wim + m = maps
win + s = SMS
win + d = desktop/minimize all
win + f = finder/search device
win + k = calendar (kalendar??)
win + L = lock
win + enter = seems to also be show desktop
win + q = quick settings panel (wifi/bt etc on/off controls)
win + e = email
win + I = bixby, unavailable in DeX mode
win + P = ...
"Meta+Enter" will minimize all the current open windows on the desktop and pressing "Meta+Enter" again will reopen the windows.
You can also press "Meta+/" to view all the default shortcuts on Samsung DeX.
If you want more than the default shortcuts then you can install an app called "Desktop Hub". This app will give you lots of extra cool shortcut keys ...
The feature that emoticons can appear when you type in a word was introduced in some previous Swype versions earlier, maybe with version 2.0. It is hardcoded and not subject to change in any way, like so many things concerning Swype. The only thing is that you can switch off the icon prediction, if you run a newer Swype version. If your keyboard came ...
Android keeps track of the language settings for each keyboard separately. Therefore, you need to enable the additional language for the second keyboard, and then you'll be able to switch languages with android's default Ctrl+Space.
You can add languages for any currently connected keyboards by selecting the keyboard in Settings -> Language and Input and ...
In the support article Keyboard shortcuts for Google Sheets, the use of keyboard shortcuts is possible with an external keyboard.
From the article:
If you plug an external keyboard into your Android device, you can use the shortcuts below:
It goes on to enumerate the shortcuts.
You can enter them with Hacker's Keyboard.
While using Hacker's keyboard, ...
I first tried downloading Hacker's Keyboard because it gives you a full PC keyboard on your Android device. In other words, it has a Ctrl key. However, I could not get Ctrl+; to work. I could get other Ctrl+* combinations do their expected functions, but I believe there was an issue with context. The Android keyboard will only popup if you select a text ...
The newest (mid May 2015) update of Bluestacks adds a graphical interface for editing keystrokes for the current application. It's a HUGE improvement for those who don't have the aptitude or time for programming.
Installing External Keyboard Helper Pro seemed to fix the keyboard shortcuts in Chrome.
(I have no idea why it helps; this was completely unexpected. I was just installing it to get rid of the onscreen keyboard.)