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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jbird720, Dec 31, 2011.

  1. jbird720

    jbird720 Member
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    Ok I've downloaded several new keyboards and none are taking affect. I've gone into settings etc. Is it do to Sense?
     



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  2. NightAngel79

    NightAngel79 Bounty Hunter
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    once you enable them in menu>settings>language&keyboards all you need to do is open text message (or email) and long press in the text input box and you will get the 'input method' option. It is there that you can switch between them
     
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  3. jbird720

    jbird720 Member
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    Perfect! Thank you
     
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  4. Rob Jones

    Rob Jones Well-Known Member

    On my HTC Desire I would get that option but with my HTC One all I get is

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    I am using Handcent

    Any ideas?
     
  5. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    On the HTC One if you have more than one keyboard enabled there will be a keyboard chooser in the notifications any time you have a keyboard active.
     
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  6. Rob Jones

    Rob Jones Well-Known Member

    Yes I have un-clicked (so un-highlited) the Thick Buttons one but still that's the 'default' one. No option

    The other thing is with the HTC One - it should at least ask what input I need when Im in the SMS menu like with the HTC Desire :(

    I guess it could either be a handcent or Thick buttons problem if this option works with the HTC One

    But thanks anyway
     
  7. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    I can swap between the stock keyboard and Swiftkey (the two I currently have installed) using the notification switch. And I just installed Handcent temporarily to check that it works when using that app.
     
  8. Rob Jones

    Rob Jones Well-Known Member

    I have deleted my Thick Buttons and I now can use the Smart Keyboard Pro (not sure if its any better tbh) so I have a result albeit a bit drastic. On the HTC Desire, I would press on the screen and be asked what input I required

    But many thanks anyway Hadron, much appreciated

    AThere seems to be a lot of small teething trouble with this HTC One I'm afraid. No permanent LED, No sound controls that actually work, calendar needs re-setting to view month instead of day. Do you know if an upgrade tweek is immanent?

    Still love it though
     
  9. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    I think those questions should be taken to the One forum - we're getting very off-topic now.
     

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