Null Keyboard

Null Keyboard


A keyboard that does nothing.
Yes, really.

This keyboard is useful if you have an external bluetooth keyboard paired with your phone and you want to stop the on-screen keyboard from popping up all the time.

To use, go in to keyboard settings and enable null keyboard, and then pick it as your input method. No keyboard should appear until you change it back.

NOTE: Samsung galaxy tabs running the latest android have an issue where the keyboard is frequently switched back to the on-screen keyboard. As far as I can tell, a fix for this needs to come from samsung, not from me. Even if it's something I can fix on my end, without a tab to test on, there's no way I'm going to be able to figure out what it is.
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4.1
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50,000+
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File size
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About Null Keyboard
A keyboard that does nothing.
Yes, really.

This keyboard is useful if you have an external bluetooth keyboard paired with your phone and you want to stop the on-screen keyboard from popping up all the time.

To use, go in to keyboard settings and enable null keyboard, and then pick it as your input method. No keyboard should appear until you change it back.

NOTE: Samsung galaxy tabs running the latest android have an issue where the keyboard is frequently switched back to the on-screen keyboard. As far as I can tell, a fix for this needs to come from samsung, not from me. Even if it's something I can fix on my end, without a tab to test on, there's no way I'm going to be able to figure out what it is.

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A Google User
Aug 24, 2014
Great for TV dongles. If you have a external keyboard, this is a must.
A Google User
Aug 23, 2014
Part of my core load When configuring new non-phone devices.
A Google User
Aug 19, 2014
doesnt work on minix neo x8h with stock rom and kitkat4
A Google User
Aug 10, 2014
Does what it is supposed to Since I always use my DROID 3's keyboard, this app helps me reduce consumed resources and annoyances.
A Google User
Jul 27, 2014
Useless and perhaps dangerous First thing that occurred to me when I started using it was that a notice popped up saying 'Null Keyboard collects all data typed except for passwords (and other sensitive data).' So how does it disntinguish between passwords and other data? So is this the same as a kind of keylogger? Just before I went to uninstall it, it just gave it a quick spin to see if it actually worked. Cracked open Android Open Office (after checking the Null Keyboard box in Settings) ad lo and behold the on-screen keyboard appeared. So two good reasons to uninstall it and two good reasons not to install it in the first place.