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Hey Apple can your iphones do this?

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20th February 2013, 03:42 PM |#11  
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First, be sure to have both apps opened. Then, on one of the apps touch on the typing area, to bring up the keyboard. Write at least one letter, and it should be able to float around. I tried to make it float without writing a single letter and it won't. Maybe it's just me, but it worked as described. :thumbup:

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I got it working ..it wasn't because I was using swift key and when I went to type I changed the input to Samsung keypad ..when I exited out and reopened the Windows it was working, thanks

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20th February 2013, 03:48 PM |#12  
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I got it working ..it wasn't because I was using swift key and when I went to type I changed the input to Samsung keypad ..when I exited out and reopened the Windows it was working, thanks

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20th February 2013, 04:26 PM |#13  
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I learn something new everyday. Love this beast!
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Would it be possible to get that floating keyboard on another device? 4.1.2

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21st February 2013, 05:09 PM |#16  
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I didn't read the OP but I'm gonna guess no.

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22nd February 2013, 02:19 AM |#17  
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Would it be possible to get that floating keyboard on another device? 4.1.2

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Honestly I have no idea.. Sorry

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Honestly I have no idea.. Sorry

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I'm assuming your phone is rooted. If so can you upload the keyboard apk? If not I'll just download a stock rom.

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I wouldn't be surprised if a jailbroken iPhone could do that. And it'd be worth more in 2 years - and it'd still be getting software updates too, which I'm almost positive our Note 2s won't be getting in more than a year. >>

However, one thing the Note 2 can do that the iPhone will never be able to do is use a stylus like the s-pen. Sure, you can use a stylus, but it's like drawing with preschool crayons.

Just thought I'd be the voice of reason here lol
23rd February 2013, 12:57 AM |#20  
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I wouldn't be surprised if a jailbroken iPhone could do that. And it'd be worth more in 2 years - and it'd still be getting software updates too, which I'm almost positive our Note 2s won't be getting in more than a year. >>

However, one thing the Note 2 can do that the iPhone will never be able to do is use a stylus like the s-pen. Sure, you can use a stylus, but it's like drawing with preschool crayons.

Just thought I'd be the voice of reason here lol

I don't have a note 2. I have an iPod touch and an Atrix 4G.

Apps on the iPhone can't resize. There is no framework for it. Even if it were possible the screen is too small.

Also I haven't seen any alternative keyboards.

The iPhone has a solid, simple, smart experience, however it does not have the potential of Android. An iPhone looks nicer, works seamlessly but isn't as capable as an Android phone.

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23rd February 2013, 02:25 AM |#21  
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I showed my coworker this today and he started to look for Note 2s on craigslist. He has the S2. Needless to say, he wants this phone so bad.. lol

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