NOTE: Of late, I have been getting requests for very trivial problems that many of you are facing in your day-to-day work. This blog is not to solve your "project" problems - surely not a "Support" site.
I just love to share my knowledge in my spare time and would appreciate any questions or feedback on the articles and code I have shared. I also do appreciate thought-provoking questions that would lead me to write more articles and share.
But please do not put your day-to-day trivial problems here. Even if you do, you most probably would not get a response here.
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Monday, 10 May 2010
To disable Chinese / Japanese auto-Characters – Android Emulator
Sometimes, when you are using the emulator, even if you type English characters, the emulator will be suggesting based on some Chinese /Japanese characters (I do not know the difference between the two). To disable this you need to go to Phone Settings in the emulator menus and remove the Japanese IME Settings. The path to that is in the main screen, click on the up-arrow (seen at the bottom) to see the menu. Select “settings”, navigate to “Language & Keyboard Settings”, and uncheck “Japanese IME”. You will be back to English suggestions / keyboard.