I cannot make double space-period to work on neither the Nexus 4 nor 10 (both with stock 4.3). I just do not know what am I doing wrong. What I did so far on both devices was to go to Settings, Language & Input, Google Keyboard English (US) settings button, Advances settings and checked the Double-spaced period. Based on some old threads for other devices I found here I also tried clearing both cache and data for Google Keyboard (under all Apps settings).
I have a couple of Chinese made smartphones with Android 4.1 and 4.2, and Telstra (Australia) pre-paid sims. To recharge a sim, I have to call #100# then enter a selection from the resulting text menu, in this case by typing a 1. The problem is that as soon as the call connects and the text menu appears, the keyboard has gone from the screen, so I have no way of typing a 1. If I tap the keyboard icon to bring the keyboard back on screen, the call automatically disconnects. Is there a way of 'locking' the keyboard on screen? (Unfortunately my grandchildren aren't in the same town as me).
A few days ago, my phone got the lastest 4.3 update. Since then, I've noticed that the texting keyboard is different. I am not a fan. You're now forced to hit the swooping arrow to skip auto-correct, which is my biggest complaint.
There is NO keyboard or text entry widget... I try to create an new account so i get that form that asks for my email and pass... but when I click on it i get a Google vocal input thing that does not do the work anyway... I went to setting, turned it off, still no keyboard...
cannot find any info not even from Ainol them selves.The tablet works with android 4.1.1...Is there anyways to 1) update to a different aNDROID VERSION OR 2) activate the standard keyboard that we find on ALL tablet but mine..
I just received a replacement for my Galaxy s3 (cracked screen on my first one), and both the old phone and new one are running the same software and both are up to date.
how to get the Samsung keyboard to be the same on both phones. All settings are the same. the new phone's keyboard doesn't have the small punctuation symbols on the letter keys (like the old phone does). I know this may seem like a bit of a ridiculous thing to have an issue with, but I'm kind of... particular... with the way my phone looks and is set up. That, and I find it to be annoying to have to go to the Symbols section of the keyboard to use any form of punctuation.
I bought this phone (Alcatel One Touch M Pop OT-5020X) in Serbia and i cannot turn off the keyboard vibration.And it has a 4.1.1. jelly bean version.but it has diffrent options (i cant find the heptic feedback on this phone) it only has language,and what keyboard should i use.
I just did the update for the Note 3 and it changed my Samsung keyboard to a black background with white letter when prior to this update it was a light grey color background with black letters. Also is there a way to change it back?
my standard S4 keyboard had a period(.) and a comma(,) on either side of the space bar. i long clicked the comma to see what other options were associated with that key and now i have a cog symbol there. the comma is gone and i cant get it back. ive tried to reset the keyboard settings, and ive tried restoring the factory settings on the whole fone..
I just purchased my first ever cell phone ( Google LG Nexus 4 16gb ) . I have never used one before , just never had the need for one . How to use Android Jelly Bean 4.3 and also how to use this phone .
Best way I could describe it. On ICS the dialer would allow me to type a number and come back to it later, now when I multi-task the number disappears. I am running 4.1.2 on a HTC Desire 300, and the dialer is stock to the best of my knowledge.
The jellybean box itself turns on and the home screen loads up. I select the page where all the apps are...select xbmc app...sometimes it flicks back to main apps page other times the screen turns black/blank. I can't get further than this page....my box has worked perfectly for the past 3 months since purchasing. I can't get into the settings page as I can't get past the blank .
After I flashed a couple roms I couldn't boot jelly bean anymore and I noticed the error in recovery: E: Cant Mount /efs, when installing. But I could still boot ICS but not jellybean. I still had my IMEI and could make calls but could not boot jelly bean because it couldn't mount.
Sometimes when installing a rom something goes wrong and it changes the partition type of /efs making it unable to be mounted. The partition is usually from ext4 to swap.Most likely this will work on your phone but if it doesn't and your phone stops working I am not responsible.
If your like me and you couldn't get jelly bean to work then flash your device back to ics and it should boot. Once your booted inside of ics we can start the process.
Pre-Setup: 1. Be rooted and have a custom recovery installed. 2. Be on Ics and it boots. 3. Your need to have a Jelly Bean rom like Cyanogenmod on your sdcard. 4. Have adb installed on your pc and usb debugging on in your phone/tab.
Now that that's done its time to start. Part One: 1. Boot into recovery. 2. We need to find the efs block location. 3. Go to mounts and select efs 4. It should say unable to mount 5. Go to advance and make a recovery.log 6. Put that file on your computer and open it. 7. Look through the file and you should fine something like this around the beginning of the file:
E:Unable to mount '/efs'..Actual block device: '/dev/block/mmcblk0p3', current file system: 'swap'..My location is /dev/block/mmcblk0p3 But yours could be different! Most likely the difference will be instead of it ending with a 3 it will be a different number. I will be saying /dev/block/mmcblk0p3 if yours is different just change it to your location.
*WARNING* Sometimes when you copy paste into adb it will auto run the command without you pressing enter. If your location is different then mine and you copy past and it auto runs it could be BAD so to be careful if you want to copy past. Copy the command paste it into Google make the change and copy that and paste into adb
Part Two: 1. When your inside recovery connect your phone to your computer and get into a adb shell. (Sometimes it will take awhile for adb to recognize your device so be patient.) 2. Once you have adb access its time to start entering the commands.(Again my location may be different the yours! Most likely the difference will be instead of it ending with a 3 it will be a different number.
Part Three Inside ADB: 1. su 2. dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3 of=/sdcard/efs.img 3. mke2fs /dev/block/mmcblk0p3 4. mkdir /efs 5. mount -t ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p3 /efs DONT REBOOT PHONE
Part Four On Your Phone: 1. Now /efs is mounted don't unmount it 2. Do a factory reset 3. Install your Jelly Bean rom 4. It should install without any errors 5. Boot your phone 6. If everything went well it should boot. 7. After it boots your signal notification most likely will be gray and internet or calls may not work 8. To fix just install gapps and it will be fixed
There you have it if everything went correctly your efs should be working good and you should be able to go back and do your normal rom flashing.
If jelly bean boots but you don't have phone do this: 1. Go back into recovery and get adb access. 2. su 3. mke2fs /dev/block/mmcblk0p3 4. mkdir /efs 5. mount -t ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p3 /efs 6. dd if=/sdcard/efs.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3 bs=4096
I just recently bought the Samsung Galaxy S II on the Straight Talk network. The phone comes stock with the Android Gingerbread 2.3.6 OS and I'd like to upgrade to the latest Android Jelly Bean 4.2 OS.
Is it possible to upgrade HTC One V to Jellybean 4.2?I have tried running software update located in settings-->about phone but it says that there are no updates available.So is it possible to get jellybean 4.2 on my phone?Are there any risks involved?Can updating to jellybean harm my phone?btw my phone is rooted. What cyanogen mod is?Can i first install jellybean 4.2 and then install cyanogen mod?
I've attempted to build two different sources, one modified ICS AOSP and another from straight up JB AOSP. Both err on me.
JB spits out the following:
make: *** No rule to make target `out/target/product/devicetest/obj/STATIC_LIBRARIES/lib_driver_cmd_wext_intermediates/export_includes', needed by `out/target/product/devicetest/obj/EXECUTABLES/wpa_supplicant_intermediates/import_includes'. Stop. make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs.... target thumb C: wpa_cli <= external/wpa_supplicant_8/wpa_supplicant/src/utils/edit.c
I'd prefer to get JB working, but would be satisfied with ICS for now.