Missing Decimal on Android Keyboard

If you are unable to see a decimal point on the keyboard of your Android device, it's most likely an issue with the default keyboard. To get around this issue, you can download a new keyboard and change the settings so the new keyboard is the default keyboard.

To change the keyboard, use the following steps:

  1. Go to your Play Store 

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  2. Download a new key board. The one pictured is the Google Keyboard. It has the ability to swipe text and is free. 

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  3. Once you Install, Accept, and download the App, open it.
  4. Select Get started. 

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  5. Then you will want to Enable the keyboard. Tap Enable in Settings. 

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  6. This is what the settings page will look like. Tap Google Keyboard. 

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  7. Then tap Switch input methods. 

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  8. Choose English Google Keyboard. 

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  9. Tap Finished. 

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  10. Go back to the SA Mobile App. This is What the new keyboard looks like AFTER you open the job. The photo is of the Job Item Details page. 

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