Last Updated: Sep 30,2010
You can type special characters such as
Great hint...and I'll bite...how did you capture the screens?
Yes please someone explain how the screen is captured. All i can think of is that its a feature on the developer version.
I'm guessing root access?
There is a method, but it requires alot of downloads....Android SDK, Eclipse SDK and Java SDK.
I, too, was enamored with Android screenshots when I first saw them on a couple of blogs
I found that installing the SDK and whatnot took less than 15 mins. The only annoyance is that, since it requires being connected via USB, you can't take screenshots of anything which uses the SD card, so no Pictures folder, etc.
Back to the original topic, though, there's a lot of special characters on Android...I discovered them by mistake by pressing down the S key for too long. Nice if you want to talk about foreign currencies and whatnot.
Can some one tell me how to get a _ ( underscore ) on the keypad ?
First press and hold the Alt key then the 'E' key ...
This is the same as any of the symbols in the color of the ALT key ...
Great tip! I admitted defeat whilst looking for the special characters last night.
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Apologies for having to ask such a simple question but could someone explain how I can change the dollar sign to a gbp pound sign on my keyboard?
Depending on the keyboard install and in use ... in some cases long-pressing will bring up an option list of characaters that can be selected ...
You amy also want to ckeck you settings for Locale ..
What about the trademark symbol - the R in a circle? Anybody know how to get that one to work on android phones?
Separate names with a comma.