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Re: Ubuntu phone onscreen keyboard bug
I think I've tried about everything imaginable. (Aside from *actually* calling an emergency number)
The problem started a couple days ago, when the keyboard took longer than usual to appear. I thought nothing of it, but the problem occured more often in the last days. Usually a reboot solved it, but not this time.
Aside from this issue I've been using the phone as my only one for the last 1 1/2 years and have been very happy with it.
The last possibility for me is to reset the phone, but I just wanted to wait if somebody could either help or I could provide some more details for this problem.
On Fri, 17 Mar 2017 12:03:43 +0000, Paul Tait wrote:
> 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>
>> 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?
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