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Default Default keyboard double-space period not working

I' having this issue with Default keyboard double-space period feature not working. I cleaned the cache and data of Google keyboard and enabled and disabled it many times but no luck. I have 2 input languages and even if i set only one it does the same.
Anyone else with this issue? Any idea how to deal with this
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I' having this issue with Default keyboard double-space period feature not working. I cleaned the cache and data of Google keyboard and enabled and disabled it many times but no luck. I have 2 input languages and even if i set only one it does the same.
Anyone else with this issue? Any idea how to deal with this
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I know it's not much help, but I have English and Russian input language along with voice typing and mine works fine. Have you tried installing a new keyboard, enabling that, then removing it to go back to stock. Tricking the phone.
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I know it's not much help, but I have English and Russian input language along with voice typing and mine works fine. Have you tried installing a new keyboard, enabling that, then removing it to go back to stock. Tricking the phone.
Ye no luck with that too. It works on swiftkey though, but i'm not going to buy it.
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Ye no luck with that too. It works on swiftkey though, but i'm going to buy it.
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Are you unlocked or rooted?

If so, you uninstall the system apk for the google keyboard and reinstall it. If you go that route, copy that apk so you can install it again.
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Are you unlocked or rooted?

If so, you uninstall the system apk for the google keyboard and reinstall it. If you go that route, copy that apk so you can install it again.
both unlocked and rooted.
That's a system app and it won't let me uninstall it, only disable.
 
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both unlocked and rooted.
That's a system app and it won't let me uninstall it, only disable.
You have to use any kind of root browser or something like Titanium Backup to do so.
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Ye no luck even with uninstalling and reinstalling.
 
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Ye no luck even with uninstalling and reinstalling.
That's bizarre - I'd say stick to something that works then like SwiftKey.
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