1. pomidor's Avatar
    Your donation page has different currency decimal separator than I'm used to. 20,00? Kind of looks like 20 Thousand, but with a missing Zero. I'm guessing it's 20.00 (twenty). Can you confirm? I'd like to donate Twenty, not Twenty Thousand. Just want to make sure.
    01-16-20 09:26 AM
  2. Thud Hardsmack's Avatar
    Your donation page has different currency decimal separator than I'm used to. 20,00? Kind of looks like 20 Thousand, but with a missing Zero. I'm guessing it's 20.00 (twenty). Can you confirm? I'd like to donate Twenty, not Twenty Thousand. Just want to make sure.
    There's a comma where the decimal should be. Twenty dollars will look like $20,00 but when you log in to PayPal in the next couple screens it'll confirm you're donating $20.
    01-16-20 09:34 AM
  3. VITOS72's Avatar
    In Europe for cents we use "," for thousand "."
    Twenty Euro = 20,00
    Twentythousand Euro = 20.000,00
    I think that Cobalt is from Europe.
    01-31-20 05:20 PM
  4. Krillin1001's Avatar
    Definitely worth donating for...
    @Cobalt232 it seems that my LG phone running Android 8 doesn't have the keyboard listed in the manager, while my Essential phone does (android 10). Could it be because I'm trying to run it on 3 devices? (I also own a key2)
    02-05-20 01:17 AM
  5. Cobalt232's Avatar
    Definitely worth donating for...
    @Cobalt232 it seems that my LG phone running Android 8 doesn't have the keyboard listed in the manager, while my Essential phone does (android 10). Could it be because I'm trying to run it on 3 devices? (I also own a key2)
    Thank you for supporting my work!

    BlackBerry Keyboard only works on arm64-v8a architecture. It's an app limitation by BlackBerry. It looks like your LG phone doesn't meet the requirements.
    Krillin1001 likes this.
    02-06-20 09:45 AM
  6. Krillin1001's Avatar
    Thank you for your reply! I guess I'll stick to my other phone.

    I hope they make the keyboard widely available in the future now that they won't have proprietary devices anymore

    Thank you for your hard work!
    02-06-20 09:48 AM
  7. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    Thank you for your reply! I guess I'll stick to my other phone.

    I hope they make the keyboard widely available in the future now that they won't have proprietary devices anymore

    Thank you for your hard work!
    I think they were working to make it separate it from the Swiftkey engine and licencing, so they could do that.
    02-06-20 10:30 AM
  8. Thud Hardsmack's Avatar
    Definitely worth donating for...
    @Cobalt232 it seems that my LG phone running Android 8 doesn't have the keyboard listed in the manager, while my Essential phone does (android 10). Could it be because I'm trying to run it on 3 devices? (I also own a key2)

    Thank you for supporting my work!

    BlackBerry Keyboard only works on arm64-v8a architecture. It's an app limitation by BlackBerry. It looks like your LG phone doesn't meet the requirements.
    What LG model is this specifically? The G and V series are Snapdragons.
    02-06-20 10:45 AM
  9. Cobalt232's Avatar
    What LG model is this specifically? The G and V series are Snapdragons.
    Might want to look here:
    https://www.devicespecifications.com/

    Use the search field in top right to find your device.

    Device must have 64bit and support v8a instruction set to run BlackBerry Keyboard.

    If you are running an older device, you can download an older version of the keyboard from the BlackBerry Manager repository . Use hamburger menu to access.
    02-06-20 12:43 PM
  10. Thud Hardsmack's Avatar
    Might want to look here:
    https://www.devicespecifications.com/

    Use the search field in top right to find your device.

    Device must have 64bit and support v8a instruction set to run BlackBerry Keyboard.

    If you are running an older device, you can download an older version of the keyboard from the BlackBerry Manager repository . Use hamburger menu to access.
    Oh I see, I wasn't aware that was the case - so basically, if it's device less than 5ish years old it should be fine.
    02-06-20 02:45 PM
  11. Raestloz's Avatar
    Hey I've been using the apps for quite some time, and I wanna subscribe through Play Store. I understand I'll need to remove all the apps first before reinstalling from Play Store.

    Will I be able to use the BlackBerry Keyboard if I have subscription version of BlackBerry Hub Services instead of the one from BlackBerry Manager app? Will the app detect that my device isn't a BlackBerry and keep the keyboard from working?
    02-12-20 02:17 PM
  12. joeldf's Avatar
    Hey I've been using the apps for quite some time, and I wanna subscribe through Play Store. I understand I'll need to remove all the apps first before reinstalling from Play Store.

    Will I be able to use the BlackBerry Keyboard if I have subscription version of BlackBerry Hub Services instead of the one from BlackBerry Manager app? Will the app detect that my device isn't a BlackBerry and keep the keyboard from working?
    Even if you pay for the Hub+ Suite, you still need the BlackBerry Manager for the Keyboard app. That's the only way to get it on a non-bb android phone.

    Pretty sure all you need is to delete the other apps before installing from the Play Store.
    02-12-20 05:45 PM
  13. Cobalt232's Avatar
    Hey I've been using the apps for quite some time, and I wanna subscribe through Play Store. I understand I'll need to remove all the apps first before reinstalling from Play Store.

    Will I be able to use the BlackBerry Keyboard if I have subscription version of BlackBerry Hub Services instead of the one from BlackBerry Manager app? Will the app detect that my device isn't a BlackBerry and keep the keyboard from working?
    Hi

    Just remove BlackBerry Hub+ Services and all other BlackBerry apps except the keyboard.

    Then install Hub+ Services and all other BlackBerry apps from Play Store.

    The keyboard will continue to work. Keep the BlackBerry Manager app installed to receive updates for the keyboard.

    To get updates, run BlackBerry Manager from time to time.
    02-14-20 06:10 AM
  14. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar

    To get updates, run BlackBerry Manager from time to time.
    That's if there are updates....

    Anything going on in beta right now?
    02-14-20 12:27 PM
  15. Cobalt232's Avatar
    I haven't seen any updates for ages...
    VITOS72 likes this.
    02-15-20 04:52 PM
  16. hawklet00's Avatar
    I haven't seen any updates for ages...
    i havent seen any either. do you think that with the end of the TCL agreement that they stopped supporting all the apps?
    Yesterday 11:29 AM
  17. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    i havent seen any either. do you think that with the end of the TCL agreement that they stopped supporting all the apps?
    This was the announcement of an the end....

    But the end has been a long time coming. Heck about this time last year, most the hardware specific apps were EOL - Productivity Tab, Power Center, Notable, Device Search.

    The HUB+ Suite continued in development, but clearly the level of development has greatly slowed. Possible to a level that subscriptions can support it?

    But for now it hasn't been added to their Lifecycle page, so that at least is good....
    Yesterday 12:01 PM
  18. hawklet00's Avatar
    This was the announcement of an the end....

    But the end has been a long time coming. Heck about this time last year, most the hardware specific apps were EOL - Productivity Tab, Power Center, Notable, Device Search.

    The HUB+ Suite continued in development, but clearly the level of development has greatly slowed. Possible to a level that subscriptions can support it?

    But for now it hasn't been added to their Lifecycle page, so that at least is good....
    yeah....im trying to decide if i should just continue to use bb keyboard, despite the face voice to text seems to be broken for me, or start to use gboard. Ill use the launcher till it doesnt work anymore as i havent found another launcher i like.
    Yesterday 12:58 PM
  19. JHBrandt's Avatar
    Heck about this time last year, most the hardware specific apps were EOL - Productivity Tab, Power Center, Notable, Device Search.
    Speaking of Notable, looks like it's now available for BlackBerry devices only: https://forums.crackberry.com/androi...e-1181332-new/

    The discussion there indicated that BB Manager was unable to patch it to run on other devices, so they must've blocked it a different way than the other BB apps.
    Yesterday 04:43 PM
  20. Cobalt232's Avatar
    Speaking of Notable, looks like it's now available for BlackBerry devices only: https://forums.crackberry.com/androi...e-1181332-new/

    The discussion there indicated that BB Manager was unable to patch it to run on other devices, so they must've blocked it a different way than the other BB apps.
    Notable seems to install just fine on my Samsung S10 using BlackBerry Manager.
    Today 01:41 AM
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