Dock Keyboard Switcher

Dock Keyboard Switcher


(3 stars)


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Simplest keyboard manager useful for tablets with dock keyboards.

Start from the Launcher after installation to be workable.

This application opens the keyboard choose dialog each time you connect/disconnect your device to/from dock.
Use it to easily switch to your favorite on-screen keyboard when undocking and switch back to hardware keyboard when docking.
Also you can add a shortcut to the keyboard choosing dialog to your home screen or to the notification area.

Unfortunately this application cannot silently switch the keyboard for you. It's the Android security restriction which can be avoided only with root access. But this application doesn't require root.

Tags: keyboard switcher, dock keyboard switcher, keyboard swich javascript, on screen keyboard while docked.

Recently changed in this version

* Holo styled dialog
* Keyboard switching shortcut on home screen
* Keyboard switching notification

Comments and ratings for Dock Keyboard Switcher
  • (40 stars)

    by Darryl Schmidt on 12/06/2013

    I'm using this on my Transformer and Galaxy Note, which recently started changing to the stock substandard Samsung keyboard every time I shut down or pulled the battery. Putting an icon for switching keyboards in the notification area has saved my sanity.

  • (40 stars)

    by KyoKeun Park on 16/03/2013

    this is probably the best app for any transformer tablets (TF300 in my case). ASUS needs to implement this STAT. Anyways, thanks for this amazing app! Really enjoying it

  • (40 stars)

    by Mark Adams on 27/02/2013

    Works perfectly on the Asus Transformer Infinity when docking and undocking. I now get to enjoy Swiftkey for the tablet only form without then suffering American punctuation and the word selection bar when I put the keyboard back on. Many thanks to Denis Nelubin.