I was trying to use the android keyboard (from Roku Android app) to search/login on few different apps with custom keyboard implemented in Brightscript. The letter 'z' is printed as 'q' on all of them. The standard keyboard works just fine, but on the custom ones, the 'z' throws a roUniversalControlEvent as 113 instead of 122 and hence it prints 'q'
Sorry, what's a "custom keyboard implemented in Brightscript"? If you are receiving roUniversalControlEvent with ASCII for 'q', i am inclined to guess that's what was sent over ECP. Divide&conquer: what's the behavior if you use different ECP keyboard, say http://remoku.tv/ ?
I was taking abt a login screen/keyboard created using brightscript. Whenever I use the querty keyboard from Android app to type something on my Roku app, and when I type 'q' the app receives 'z' event
For example, here is a screenshot from NickJr app. I typed 'frozen' from Roku android app (using qwerty keyboard), and it printed 'froqen'
Update: I tried Remoku as well. It's having the same issue. So I think its a bug in the OS itself. Not a Roku Android app issue