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Easiest way: add an extra letter at the end of the line. Select that letter. Hit enter. The letter will be replaced with a new line.


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What you have to do is pair your external keyboard then Go to Settings -> Language & Input -> Physical Keyboard Then tap on your keyboard and a dialog for choosing the keyboard layout should appear. Choose the layouts you want (note that you have to select two or more to be able to switch) and then press back. Near the bottom of the dialog a label ...


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You can't disable the pop-up alone, but there are some other options:- You can disable the spell-checker completely. If your keyboard already provides all the spell-check functionality you need, then this might be a good option for you. In Language & input in the device settings, untick Spell checker. This will disable the pop-up and the red underlining ...


22

Vol Down + C is functionally equivalent to Ctrl + C.


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press the shift key and see the change in the icon for the smiley. It changes to the enter key.


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Your current layout is called "Material Light". To change it, though there isn't a pure black version, go to Settings > Language and Input > Google Keyboard > Appearance and Layouts The dark material setting is called "Material Dark" and looks like this: I'm assuming you want material design as you are keeping it stock, but there are the old KitKat '...


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you can find it on android setting keyboard & input > Virtual keyboard > Android keyboard setting Advanced > Emoji for physical keyboard disable it!


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I fixed it! The trick was to clear the cache and data for Google Keyboard. Settings => Apps => ALL* => Google Keyboard => {Clear Data, Clear Cache} * Be sure to go to ALL instead of RUNNING. The instance under RUNNING will not give you the correct data clearing options.


9

I had the same issue, not with Cyanogen, but stock android in Nexus 5 phone. I solved the issue temporarily as follows : Go to Settings > Developer Options Change Animator Duration Scale to 0.5x (may be more. At first I set it in None, so it didn't work. Changing to 0.5x solved my problem. I didn't check other options like 1x etc). This method solved ...


9

Long press on the word when you type it and see it above keyboard. You will be given an option to delete it from learned words. Android 4.3


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Yes you can do this. For this, I am assuming you are using the stock Google keyboard. Open Settings and tap on Language & Input. Tap on the settings icon next to Google Keyboard. Tap Input Languages at the top. Deselect "Use System Language" and then select any keyboard languages you wish to use. Now in the keyboard, the space bar will display the ...


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See the Termux help page for how to input arrow keys using the VolumeUp button, VolumeDown for Ctrl and some additional shortcuts! Volume Up+W → Up arrow key


8

Keep in mind that GBoard provides a lot of language specific functionalities like automatic word correction or offline speech recognition. It seems like GBoard downloads these language specific data on first use. For example the directory com.google.android.inputmethod.latin/files/superpacks/delight seems to contain the offline language specific speech ...


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I have a Nexus 4 from T-Mobile, the Google one, with Android 4.2.2. I've been noticing this same problem, and the fix I found was to go to Settings -> Language and Input -> Then press the settings icon next to the Google Keyboard (English, U.S.) option -> then deselect Block offensive words. I can now swype swear words, although often times it is not the ...


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You need to install physical keyboard layouts. One of the best extensions to do that is this: RS - Hardware Keyboard Layouts It is free, and does nothing else. You use the standard settings page to select the hardware keyboard layout. (It is mystery why Google does not provide the layout files by default.)


7

I was testing ways to toggle the on-screen keyboard. In Android 4.2.2 on a Nexus 7 I had to go through the following steps to toggle the on-screen keyboard from the tablet while a Bluetooth keyboard is connected: To activate the "Choose Input Method" notification you need to have multiple keyboards available. On a stock Nexus 7 you can go into Settings then ...


7

I managed to remap the Caps Lock key to Ctrl using External Keyboard Helper Pro. It was really straightforward, just poke around in the settings and you'll find a way to create a custom mapping (Keycode 58 --> Left Control).


7

I had faced the same problem myself. System settings > device > accessibility > services. Something in there is set to On. Switch it to off and you will be OK. I had the same problem because I had an application set to on. Instant fix!


7

I found it switches by using Shift + Space.


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It worked for me to go into the Text Correction section of the Google Keyboard settings and then to Add-On Dictionaries. Emoji for English words said it was available so I installed it and then removed it. The auto correct of emoji icons has stopped for me since.


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I was able to successfully type Hebrew with vowels on a Samsung using the steps I found on another forum: Since a few weeks ago it became possible to type vowels in the Gboard app—Google's own keyboard. I strongly recommend it. I switched from Samsung keyboard to it. To type the vowels, type the consonant first, and then hold down the letter ...


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Remember that current keyboards are a bit different from keyboards from 10-15 years ago. Back then, their main purpose was just typing and writing. With time, emojis and gifs images became features also provided by keyboards, plus learning from your habits. If you have a file explorer that is able to read/view /data/data/com.google.android.inputmethod.latin/...


6

You can "long press" a key, which will give you alternative letters if alternative symbols are associated with it. Try it with the letter "E". To select the desired letter/symbol slide your finger to the side.


6

You just created a nice chicken-and-egg problem: to install a keyboard via the playstore, you need to configure your Google account on the device first. To do that, you need a keyboard. Note: never delete the (last) keyboard app from the system apps; a factory-reset removes all user apps, so if there is no keyboard app as system app... Here's what you can ...


6

There is developer documentation found within the Android SDK that shows the basics of creating your own keyboard input method. The actual sample of the touchscreen keyboard is part of the SDK sample, based off the documentation. Download the sample code, and look for the SoftKeyboard sources, there's a XML layout under the res/layout folder that represents ...


6

Of course a keyboard app can capture your passwords as you type them, along with everything else you type: naughty text messages, credit card numbers, web searches, everything. You couldn't have a mechanism to stop it, because in a sense, that's what it's for. It can only send this or any other information across the internet if it has the appropriate ...


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This functionality is covered by the operation of the Personal Dictionary. Settings > Language and input > Google Keyboard > Text correction > Personal Dictionary. Select the language to which you would like to make the addition. Finally, the '+ Add' button allows you to define a word or phrase, and, optionally a shortcut. So for your example, Word = 'As ...


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It seems that the dev has decided to seperate the keyboard and the completion dictionary. Download and install the completion dictionary by searching pub:"Klaus Weidner" in the Google play store and then, the suggestions will appear. Quote from the Hacker's keyboard app description: Completion dictionaries are provided by plug-in packages, see the ...


5

I use the Simeji input method. it uses the great "flick" method for inputting kana. It takes some getting used to, but is very fast once you do. To switch between keyboards, just long press in the text field.


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Check your contacts. Keyboard will search and suggest contact names.


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