Originally Posted by tliebeck
Does that typing library work properly and give you gesture typing?
The reason it didn't find it automatically is likely because it doesn't have an "approved" MD5SUM. The library finder code takes an MD5 of the prospective library and checks it against a list, as some versions of that library are *VERY* incompatible with AOSP-based keyboards. A bad native library will cause the keyboard to enter a loop of crashing and restarting.
I need to get a device on 4.4.3 already and test the stock library. For some reason my stock Nexus 7 doesn't want to fetch the update so I'll have to grab it manually.
Hi, regarding the typing library subject, can you do something to improve the user experience? In my case I had to navigate and fish the correct library already in my /system. Even if the md5sum doesn't match I think the app still needs to detect and present to the user some possible candidates, so any non-techie user can easily try them out.
I saw reviews on the play store complaining about lack of swipe typing and it's sad since many folks will have a compatible library in their devices already, without knowing about it.
Can you make the app automatically select the typing library if the md5sum matches but still prompt the user and present possible files from the system if the md5sum does not match?
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