Listen to Virtual Keyboard events when within an EditText

by roma » Wed, 17 Mar 2010 01:09:43 GMT

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 I have confirmed it by making various attempts with this listener, it
will not work for alphabetic inputs from the virtual keyboard on
device. You can use the TextWatcher instead which can serve the
purpose if you dont want to specifically catch the onKeyUp() and
onKeyDown() events. It works pretty fine.

You can try adding the textWatcher using the
addTextChangeListener(textWatcher) on a textView or its subclass

Hope this helps!


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