Tell-Son 6 Posted August 22, 2022 Share Posted August 22, 2022 17 minutes ago, EskeRahn said: That they worked initially is a good sign, so most likely you can avoid the full reset. I agree with @Hook's suggestion, but start with any app that is mentioned as active under Accessibility - or just switch its rights off under accessibility. And if that does not do it, focus on anything keyboard-related, or 'fancy', the more complex the larger the risk of it trying to be clever and mess of stuff. You could try to just STOP rather than uninstall stuff first, with the risk of them being brought back to live, making tests harder. A reboot often restarts a lot of junk you may have stopped - thanks Android.... 🤢 You MIGHT need to do a reboot after uninstalling some stuff, to see the effect. Note on the first thing, if you did a Google restore of apps this MIGHT take quite a while, so you could have seen the keys working before some settings messed things up. Good hunting - and please report back when you narrow down the culprit. Sometimes in life you are a lucky guy, and the problem-app begins with an "A". Anydesk was the influencer in my case. I did not even had to uninstall it. Just removed all the rights in the special-rights chapter. And my physical keyboard is giving me the proper values again. Thanks to all ! 2 2 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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