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Re: Ubuntu phone onscreen keyboard bug


I had the same thing after updating to OTA 14. After panicking thinking I'd 
lost my phone and restarting several times as well as moving the phone 
around the keyboard did eventually pop up fine. So the first thing I did 
was remove the lock. Unfortunately the phone isn't reliable enough for a 
lock screen. 

I just kept at it until it worked, presumably after not having your phone 
for a day that is what you've been doing? I'm surprised no-one has offered 
a solution. Have you tried clicking emergency? I have no idea what that 
does, but can you cancel the call and then go back to the lock screen?


On Thursday, 16 March 2017 14:01:51 GMT, Aram Loosman <aram@xxxxxxxxxx> 
> Hi,
> I've got a strange bug on my BQ Aquaris E4.5 phone; since a 
> couple of days the onscreen keyboard on the lockscreen took a 
> long time to appear.
> Today it didn't at all, only a small bar at the bottom (Abort, 
> Emergency) appears.
> No amounts of restarts have helped, I'm locked out of my phone. 
> Sadly I've got no bluetooth keyboard to circumvent this.
> Any ideas what I could try?
> Regards,
> Aram

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