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Belkin QODE Keyboard output interchanged issue for Android™

Before using your Belkin QODE Keyboard, make sure to disconnect the Bluetooth® devices previously connected to it.  Also, if the keyboard layout of your device is different from that of your Hardware Keyboard, you must change the keyboard language to update the output.  

This article will guide you on how to troubleshoot the keyboard output interchanged issue
for Android.
Scenario:  You set up a Belkin QODE Keyboard using an Android 
device with the keyboard layout set to QWERTZ.  However, you notice that every time you tap the "Z" key, the letter "Y" appears on the screen instead.
NOTE:  In this example, a Samsung Galaxy Tab
® S2 and a Belkin Mobile Wireless Keyboard, F5L175 are used.

Step 1:
Tap the Settings icon.

Step 2:
Tap the Language and input option.
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Step 3:
On the External keyboard section, tap Belkin Mobile Keyboard.
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Step 4:
On the Select external keyboard type window, select the correct keyboard type.
NOTE:  In this example, a German Android keyboard is selected.  Alternatively, tap the SET KEYBOARD TYPE option to add languages.
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QUICK TIP:  Modifying only the tablet or mobile phone language will not change the keyboard output.  Therefore, you must change the keyboard language to update the output.
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