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By phil.culler, Senior Member on 14th February 2014, 02:41 AM
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So I noticed today that my keyboard secondary symbols on all the letters are missing. They were there yesterday. Since then, I have rooted the phone, installed Xposed Framework, Wanam, Multi Window Manager, and RootCloak. Somewhere between then and now, they have disappeared. Anybody have any ideas?

I have enabled Keyboard symbols in Wanam and rebooted, doesnt seem to change anything.

Thanks in advance!
 
 
13th March 2014, 05:39 PM |#2  
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So I noticed today that my keyboard secondary symbols on all the letters are missing. They were there yesterday. Since then, I have rooted the phone, installed Xposed Framework, Wanam, Multi Window Manager, and RootCloak. Somewhere between then and now, they have disappeared. Anybody have any ideas?

I have enabled Keyboard symbols in Wanam and rebooted, doesnt seem to change anything.

Thanks in advance!

I'm having the same issue. Anyone have a fix?
14th March 2014, 09:57 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by phil.culler

So I noticed today that my keyboard secondary symbols on all the letters are missing. They were there yesterday. Since then, I have rooted the phone, installed Xposed Framework, Wanam, Multi Window Manager, and RootCloak. Somewhere between then and now, they have disappeared. Anybody have any ideas?

I have enabled Keyboard symbols in Wanam and rebooted, doesnt seem to change anything.

Thanks in advance!







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I'm having the same issue. Anyone have a fix?

Did you both try going into actual input settings and not just wanam to check if symbols are enabled on keyboard?

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14th March 2014, 03:37 PM |#4  
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Yeah I did. I have since jumped ship for the SwiftKey beta since it has an optional number row like the Samsung keyboard and I like the autocorrect better.

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Yeah I did. I have since jumped ship for the SwiftKey beta since it has an optional number row like the Samsung keyboard and I like the autocorrect better.

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That was going to be my next suggestion lol

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I had SwiftKey on all my phones prior to this one, but I fell in love with the dedicated number row and SwiftKey didn't have that at the time. Now all is good

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14th March 2014, 06:28 PM |#7  
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The problem is in the feature.xml file in system/csc. Xposed and/Wanam alter that file and remove the secondary symbols. I just backed up the original file then copied it over the changed one after I installed xposed and Wanam. Problem solved.

Thanks for the input everyone.
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The problem is in the feature.xml file in system/csc. Xposed and/Wanam alter that file and remove the secondary symbols. I just backed up the original file then copied it over the changed one after I installed xposed and Wanam. Problem solved.

Thanks for the input everyone.

so I have this same problem. could you provide me with your back up? Or possibly, if anyone could advise what line to change, please do!
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Here's a copy of mine. Just move it to system/csc and change the permissions to r-w-r-r. Hope this helps.
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Here's a copy of mine. Just move it to system/csc and change the permissions to r-w-r-r. Hope this helps.


Bro, thank you for this fix
29th March 2014, 07:12 PM |#11  
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Bro, thank you for this fix

You're very welcome. It's nice to be able to give back for a change!
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