I updated my phone this morning and now the Samsung keyboard won't "add to dictionary". Is there anyway I can get this feature back? I dont like the swipe keyboard.
thanks in advance!
I searched the Internet for a way to add words into the dictionary. But all I found was advice to switch to another keyboard. I already have swift key but I don't want to part with the handwriting feature on the stock keyboard. So if anyone has a mod of the Samsung keyboard that has Auto correct and the ability to add words to the dictionary, please link it here.
I bought the Logitech keyboard for my nexus and this morning I cannot pair the two? It has worked fine up until I got to class this morning. I use this feature so much that it renders this thing worthless to me. Anyone have any ideas? Can I go back to 4.1?
I know this topic has been covered pretty extensively, so I'm sorry to bring it up again, but I'm still having problems. I am trying to use a custom aosp keyboard stripped from a galaxy s 4.3 custom ROM, but I can't get the gesture typing to function on my rooted 4.1.2 Kyocera torque. This keyboard is functioning on my galaxy s (epic).
Hey crunchbangers,after rebooting I always have us-keyboard-layout. xprop -root | grep XKB says me _XKB_RULES_NAMES(STRING) = "evdev", "pc105", "de", "deadacute", "lv3:ralt_switch" so I wonder how there can be a us-layout?Well, this wouldn't be a problem so far if I could switch the keyboard back to a german layout (which my keyboard has).
Over the past few days, the word "DONT" has ended up in my phone's dictionary. Now, whenever I type "dont" and expect the phone to automatically place an apostrophe in the correct place (via spellcheck), it changes the word to "DONT" instead.
I need your help, if possible. I was installing the latest Samsung updates on my S3 this morning and it crashed before finishing. I have since tried to unlock my phone (it is password protected) but I cannot since the keyboard is not working. I don't have an alternative keyboard installed and hence I cannot use my phone.