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I'm willing to bet mobile Odin is the culprit behind the keyboard issues. I stopped using MO after I noticed some inconsistencies using it with the sgs3.

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Does yours capitalize "I" any more?

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Yea everything works fine now.
I ended up just copying the whole csc folder from the update.zip

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I'm willing to bet mobile Odin is the culprit behind the keyboard issues. I stopped using MO after I noticed some inconsistencies using it with the sgs3.

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Willing to bet that was the whole problem.
if im wrong tell me. I'd ratter be correct then live life being mislead.
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Willing to bet that was the whole problem.
As I recall back, I remember identifying a similar issue with the keyboard either on my s3 or s4. I cant exactly remember which phone. As a result of using MO the stock Samsung keyboard along with the tutorial didn't load properly during initial setup. Instead it would just load the stock swype kb. After numerous flashes With MO, and unsuccessfully resolving the issue, I finally decided to use Odin on the PC. Lo n behold, the kb issue was fixed. At that point I stopped using MO because there's no telling what other hidden issue it may be causing.

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Yea everything works fine now.
I ended up just copying the whole csc folder from the update.zip



Willing to bet that was the whole problem.
Mine stopped capitalizing the I What csc file did you use?

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Mine stopped capitalizing the I What csc file did you use?

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I don't got the link but it was

Hltetmo_N900TUVUDNF1_stock_Deodexed.zip


I just unpacked it on my pc then copy the csc folder to the root of my phone.
Then moved it to /system/
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Have you flashed the nf1 update zip file with mo? Has the bl got updated? Thx

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No I flash the Odin file with mobile odin. Then flash boot loader via pc odin

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I'm willing to bet mobile Odin is the culprit behind the keyboard issues. I stopped using MO after I noticed some inconsistencies using it with the sgs3.

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I don't think mobile Odin is the culprit...I fully updated to NF1 using Odin on my PC, and my long-press and symbols still work, but I have noticed some minor funky things with autocorrect, particularly it no longer capitalizing 'i' as another poster had mentioned...I've never even used or installed Mobile Odin, so wherever the cause lies, it's not there.

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No I flash the Odin file with mobile odin. Then flash boot loader via pc odin

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I did the same and long press for symbol was missing n mine too. But after I pc odin the nf1 CSC it came back.
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