1. jcrutchvt2010's Avatar
    In case anyone cares or didn't already know this existed(I didn't), under settings, accessibility, there is an option called switch access. If you click that and turn it on, there is a settings button in the top right. Click assign switches to actions and you can pick any button to do the following actions: "Long Press, Scroll Forward, Scroll Backward, Back, Home, Notifications, Quick Settings, Overview(recents)". If there are any buttons on the PKB you don't use often (currency key for back or home is one i use). You can do most of this with the built in launcher shortcuts but this is a little different. You can also set up switch scanning which if properly configured can be a poorly executed way to use the physical keyboard to do anything without touching the screen. End rant maybe someone will find useful.

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    09-20-17 10:40 AM

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