The on-screen keyboard automatically appears on the Welcome screen everytime, and I have no use for it since I have a USB connected portable keyboard. How do I turn off the on-screen keyboard from appearing everytime?
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If your Q1 won't turn on and the charging light just flickers, most likely
you have inadvertently shifted the Hold slider button and your Q1 is on Hold.
The Hold function prevents most functions on the Q1 from operating.
To get your Q1 to turn on, shift the Hold slider button so that Hold is
Your keyboard is supposed to appear automatically when you touch the area were you are intended to input the password. It's an automatic thing. If it's not happening, then you have a problem with the tablet. In the rarest of issues, you have to lower the WiFi security for the tablet to be compatible.
Not seen a manual as such but a dummy or similar guide to Android is likely to have one.
Most android keyboards including jellybean (4.2) are pretty standard.
The up arrow is shift for capitals and hold for a couple of seconds to get all caps rather than one and then return to lower case.
Bottom from right - ?123 is for numbers and symbols and it toggles.
The symbol next to it is for speaking commands rather than type.
long blank is the space bar, then dot,
Left arrow is carriage return or enter. Above this the x with white arrow is backspace delete. A multidot symbol toggles the keyboard on and off the screen.
Normally when you enter a field on a form the keyboard automatically appears. It also appears when you enter a browser address box etc.
try to hard reset it:
1. turn it off
2. press volume up + power button
3. when logo appeared leave the power button but not the volume button
4. choose from recovery menu wipe data/factory reset then select yes then choose wipe cache partition using volume buttons to navigate and power button to select.
don't know if it works the same for your tablet as it does my droid phone, but i had to go into my settings/battery and data management/data delivery/social applications/data delivery frequency and select automatic(push). I'm sure its in a different location and probably named something else on your but i would start by going through your setting and seeing if there is something in there you can change.
How to Hard Reset Samsung GT-P1000 Galaxy TAB: If your Samsung GT-P1000 Galaxy TAB is frozen and unresponsive, press and hold [POWER ] for 8-10 seconds. The device will reboot automatically. If this does not solve the problem, perform a factory data reset. In Menu mode, select Settings ? Privacy ? Factory data reset ? Reset phone ? Erase everything.
Hard Reset Samsung GT-P1000 Galaxy TAB with keys With the Samsung Galaxy TAB turned off, press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button, and then briefly press the POWER button.