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The google keyboard doesn't have the number row and keyboards from the app store I don't like.
16th March 2014, 12:48 AM |#2  
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My Samsung keyboard has it...

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My Samsung keyboard has it...

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They all have it, but I noticed you also have auto replacement off, just like me. I still didn't figure out how to type words that are not in dictionary, pretty much couldn't input most of the names of programs I was searching for in play store, for example program names like ARC, AppOps, ES explorer impossible to type in without being changed by auto correct, had to turn it off.
BTW, I also didn't like other keyboards, for example contrary to what somebody posted in one of the forums, when I installed swiftkeyboard, it still didn't have number row on top, maybe missed it in settings.
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On the Samsung keyboard, to type words that are not in the dictionary is actually easy and I just recently figured it out myself. First you need to turn Auto Replacement on. For a non common word that isn't in the dictionary, instead of swiping, just type out the letters one at a time. Then instead of hitting the space bar to go to the next word, hit the right arrow symbol above the number 1 and 2 keys. This takes the letters as you typed them instead of trying to auto correct them. This right arrow symbol is only displayed when Auto Replacement is turned on.

Hope this helps...
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this is mine, I don't have the auto replacement option, why is that?
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18th March 2014, 01:28 AM |#6  
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this is mine, I don't have the auto replacement option, why is that?

Do you have Wanam x posed module installed? I have found that if u enable the x posed module the auto replacement option disappears. I have since reinstalled my rom and use gravity box module until they fix the xposed module

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