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Using the Virtual Keyboard with a Pedal Connected
#11
Okay, figured it out. Hopefully this will work for you too.

It's an Android setting issue, not a MS setting issue.

Control Panel>Language and Input>Default

Then uncheck "hardware: Physical Keyboard"

Yep, everything seems to work fine now.

Jeff


(06-18-2014, 09:44 AM)biscot Wrote: I was starting to think it was just me....
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#12
Yep, that worked (was a little different command on my Samsung, but same place).
Thank you, Jeff. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have figured that one out!
This saves me a lot of hassle!
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#13
Good!


(06-18-2014, 08:27 PM)biscot Wrote: Yep, that worked (was a little different command on my Samsung, but same place).
Thank you, Jeff. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have figured that one out!
This saves me a lot of hassle!
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#14
Remember if you have a physical keyboard (like the Asus Transformers) you have to turn that setting back on to use the keyboard.

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#15
I'm using the Samsung Note Pro 12.2 and the AirTurn. The first problem is that my tablet is set to have a password when you resume it after switching the power button, if the AirTurn is connected I cannot enter the password because the virtual keyboard is not shown (due to the Bluetooth pedal connected). How to solve this issue? Thanks.
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#16
I am guessing there is a need for the password.

Turn off the Airturn and then turn it on again after you type on the password?
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#17
(07-27-2014, 10:04 AM)jeffn1 Wrote: I am guessing there is a need for the password.

Turn off the Airturn and then turn it on again after you type on the password?

Well, I knew this obvious solution... I think that a nicer and more appropriate solution should be found. I see however always such a problems to manage the virtual keyboard and the AirTurn pedals connected. Could this connection be managed better somehow by MobileSheets?
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#18
I really don't think you would want MobileSheets to disable your bluetooth if the screen is turned off, and then enable it again if it is turned on, because this process can take some time. Is there any reason you don't want to use one of the other security mechanisms, such as "Pattern"? If you use all 9, this is sufficiently complex to stop other people I would think.

Mike
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#19
(07-28-2014, 02:17 AM)Zuberman Wrote: Is there any reason you don't want to use one of the other security mechanisms, such as "Pattern"? If you use all 9, this is sufficiently complex to stop other people I would think.

Mike

Hello, so I could use the pattern system security yes sure.. I just wanted to know if there is a way to keep the password system and enable the virtual keyboard coming up .. if not possible, I'll use the pattern system, thanks for now.
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#20
Hello all,
I keep forgetting how to disable the hardware keyboard for use with my pedal. I had to help another person recently and I decided to just make a "how to guide". It is easy to forget how especially when you don't realize that the pedal has to be on and connected for the hardware keyboard option to show up. So I am attaching a how to guide...
Enjoy!

Glen


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.pdf   How to get MobileSheets to work properly with your Bluetooth pedal.pdf (Size: 577.63 KB / Downloads: 150)
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