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In my app, I am using single activity with multiple fragments. In my activity I am listening BackStackChange, what I want is that whenever there is a change in BackStack I want to hide the virtual keyboard. Instead of writing a code on onDestroyView of every fragment, I want to do the same in BackStackChangeListener. Please help me out in this.
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I think you should try third party keyboards , that will help you out...
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Thanks @Kristan78 for replying.
But I want the generic solution for every keyboard.
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Third party keyboard is best solution for you.
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