First things first. I have a broken keyboard for my tablet (the wire for w-e-r-t and u-i-o-p is severed and un-repair-able) so I have always used my on-screen keyboard.
Last night, I accidentally touched my fingerpad with a moist finger, and have probably caused a key-combination that has switched those letters in the on-screen keyboard with the numbered keys above, but only when I use the touch screen to type, not the fingerpad.
I’ve googled the problem, but the only answers I get are the “language” fix, which is really not the problem.
Any ideas about what I’ve done, so I can reverse it?
Look up how to recalibrate your touchscreen
Testing…testing. Ahhh, THANK YOU!
Good to know those 5 years documenting touch screens was not a waste.
There’s a reason it is step one on my troubleshooting guides for the damnable vehicle mounted units.
sure it may only fix the issue once in a while, but when it does its a miracle. and even if it doesn’t, the thing probably works better
So. You didn’t address the big question: iOS or Antroid?
Technically, Windows or Android. It’s a cheap Chinese brand called Chuwi that opens one or the other, but not both simultaneously.
Unless you’re asking @ChickieD
I had one of those. Ended up loaning it out and a person to POC something at one of the plants. And that company got sold off.