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I got a note 2 from work today and i love the number row at the top. After about an hour of searching, I finally found we already have it, just hidden. Deep...
1. Go to settings, language and input
2. Click settings on android keyboard
3. Advanced settings
4. Custom input styles
5. Add style (top right)
6. Language, English (I assume) layout-PC
7. Enable (or maybe hit the back, maybe twice till your on the page with input languages at the top)
8. Click input languages
9. Uncheck use system language, check English (us) (PC)

And your done

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This seems a very good find, thanks.

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Amazing,thanks.
I always wanted to have Tab.

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I still luv old hackers keyboard , a must have for me !
ps-looks even better on tf700 with transparency



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I prefer Hackers Keyboard, too. As a writer, the lack of a separate dot, comma and single quote key low me down far too much in pretty much every other keyboard i've tried. also, it allows me to shut of those horrendous suggestions.


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I have used hackers keyboard as well but I do a lot of note taking and have got really really good at swype or sliding. So for speed I use the stock android keyboard, which had never happened until last night. Swype beta has been my favorite forever but the auto spacing is not working with the last three builds of cromi.
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