Sorry guys a question about the hardware keyboard.
I am using 1.3.1 atm should be upgrading to the latest later today but this has been an issue for a while now. When I press the shift key it seems to act like a caps lock key in that I get all capitals. It doesn't auto switch back to lower case. The same happens with the fn key. Is this a feature that I can switch off or a bug? It's not a big problem, it's just that I am used to the way it was before.
Sometimes, especially when I'm typing a smiley like '' I made a mistake and as fn button already presses, I touch the del button. The whole d*mn line disappears suddenly! A total hesitation
Is there a way to tweak it off to make it won't work?
Shortly; I need to disable the combination of fn+del.
Thank you guys.
so it seems I have a little problem and i don't know where it came from but I will try to describe.
Yesterday everything was working fine, so I started PocketCast to refresh my Podcasts and it tried to download a new one which had 1,6GB. The SDCard did not have enough space left so the download did not start.
Since then I had the download-symbol in the notification bar but i did not really care.
So, today i wanted to watch my photos with the galery App and none of the photos on the sd card showed up. Same in the Apollo Player, no Songs are shown. So I checked the SD Card and everything is there.
My next step was a complete wipe but this also did not help.
Anyone any idea?
TL;DR Download did not work, since then apps don't see any Media Files on SD Card
Also, that issue is due to a SwiftKey 3 bug that affects all hardware keyboard devices on ICS. Try another keyboard or SwiftKey X instead, if you have a great backup.
Go here to upvote the issue with SwiftKey: http://support.swiftkey.net/forums/...2-fn-key-into-lockmode-on-htc-desire-z-hardkb
Also to anybody who's curious, the new update of SwiftKey 3 today does not fix the aforementioned issue. Upvotes can't hurt I guess, even though it seems they've mostly gone ignored so far.
Should it be assumed then that the majority of development and testing efforts are happening on Jelly Bean now?
I tried out a hand full of builds over the past week and have decided that it's just too unstable for me to participate in testing on my primary device. Kinda wishing I had a second device in order to test out on that front.
With that being said, it sounded like some more work would be thrown into Andromadus Audacity in order to push out a "complete" stable build and be done with it before progressing on to Jelly Bean/CM10. Is that still the case? Thanks.
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