Fantastic! Marathi speakers pay attention... I have a Belkin Bluetooth keyboard specially made for Android. I can type in English with this keyboard very comfortably. However, for a long time, i was searching for something that might enable me to type in my native toungue - Marathi. Then after a long search i chanced upon EKH keyboard switching app. And my search ended right there. This is the THE app. Now I can connect my Bluetooth keyboard and simply start typing in Marathi! ** NOTE - THE DEVANAGARI KEYBORD CONFIGURED IN THIS APP IS UNICODE ONE.
Works perfectly For convenience I wanted to hook up a wireless keyboard and mouse to my tablet (typing on it now). Both use a dongle, so I got an OTG cable and plugged a USB hub into it for the single input in the tablet, plugged the two dongles into the hub and did a little configuring. I cast to a TV, so I can kick back on the couch and have a 46" monitor. No hiccoughs at all.
Great for what I needed I only needed to adjust a few keys (swap currency symbols without changing entire keyboard layout) on my Pixel keyboard but this worked just fine. Would be nice if there were more options for turning the "Bluetooth Keyboard connected!" notification off, my tablet is always docked and I don't need to see this every time BT wakes up.
Almost perfect I am using an externa flexible keyboard with brazilian layout in my Note 4. The right-shift key (N. 54) is not working properly since is configured as "? / º" and there is no "Shift" option available at manual mapping. Please, make it available.
Let's me use my complicated keyboard mappings on Android! This app is awesome - it let me do such crazy things as switch ctrl and alt, switch caps lock and backspace, and use Dvorak. Totally and completely worth the $2 I paid. I would have probably paid more. Cheers!
Very complete. Without it I couldn't use the vi mode in emacs, because android remaps the scan code for esc and captures it as a shortcut. I've also been able to remap caps lock to control key for better ergonomics with emacs (as on the Sun 3 workstation). Thanks to termux and EKH my tablet can be used as a real computer! [Update: The control remap works imperfectly for emacs (OK for ^a through ^z only; C-space and the like don't work); looking for a solution.]
* Added keycode for Space
* Added German (Europatastatur 2.0)
* Fixed bug in settings
* Added Dvorak GB
* Android TV adjustments
* Updated/Added translations
* Added Greek (Polytonic) layout
* Fixed problem with Korean/Hangul not combining jamos correctly in many apps.
* Updated translations.
* Fixed problem where sometimes settings would show up instead of IME switcher
* Added Tamil