Sure, being able dictate e-mails, text messages -- anything you want, really -- to your Nexus One is pretty darn cool. But it comes at a price: There's no comma directly on the on-screen keyboard. OK, you can hold down the period, or switch over to the symbols to get it. But for me, that's one step too many. But you can put the comma back on top of the keyboard, if you don't mind trading voice input to do so. Here are the steps:
- With the on-screen keyboard open, hold down on ?123 (in the bottom left corner)
- Choose Android keyboard settings from the pop-up.
- Uncheck Voice input.
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