You can type special characters in just about any app using the standard Android keyboard. To get to the special characters, simply press and hold the key associated with that special character until a pop-up picker appears.
How do I turn on special characters on my keyboard?
In your document, position the insertion point where you want the special character to appear. Press and hold down the ALT key while you type the four number Unicode value for the character. Note that NUM LOCK must be on, and you have to use the number pad keys to type the Unicode character value.
How do you type Alt codes on Android?
The code must also be typed with Numeric keypad under the “Num Lock” key (In most cases, located at the right side of the keyboard). Make sure the “Num Lock” key is on by looking at the Num Lock key light, the light should be on. Once you type and release the “Alt” key, the character will be shown automatically.
How do I find symbols on my keyboard?
Hold the “Alt” key and type the proper ASCII code on the numeric keypad. When you release the “Alt” key, you should see your desired symbol on the screen.
What are the names of symbols on a keyboard?
Keyboard Symbols on the Top Row
|@||at, at sign, at symbol|
|#||pound, hash, number|
|$||dollar sign, generic currency|
Why are the symbols on my keyboard messed up?
The quick way to change it is to just hit Shift + Alt, which allows you to alternate between the two keyboard languages. But if that doesn’t work, and you’re stuck with the same problems, you’ll have to go a little deeper. Go into Control Panel > Region and Language and click on the ‘Keyboard and Languages’ tab.