Close/hide the Android Soft Keyboard

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I have an EditText and a Button in my layout.

After writing in the edit field and clicking on the Button, I want to hide the virtual keyboard. I assume that this is a simple piece of code, but where can I find an example of it?

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Answers

answered 9 years ago Reto Meier #1

You can force Android to hide the virtual keyboard using the InputMethodManager, calling hideSoftInputFromWindow, passing in the token of the window containing your focused view.

// Check if no view has focus:
View view = this.getCurrentFocus();
if (view != null) {  
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager)getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);
}

This will force the keyboard to be hidden in all situations. In some cases you will want to pass in InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY as the second parameter to ensure you only hide the keyboard when the user didn't explicitly force it to appear (by holding down menu).

Note: If you want to do this in Kotlin, use: context?.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE) as InputMethodManager

answered 9 years ago Jeyavel #2

Please try this below code in onCreate()

EditText edtView=(EditText)findViewById(R.id.editTextConvertValue);
edtView.setInputType(0);

answered 9 years ago Garnet Ulrich #3

Also useful for hiding the soft-keyboard is:

getWindow().setSoftInputMode(
    WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN
);

This can be used to suppress the soft-keyboard until the user actually touches the editText View.

answered 8 years ago mckoss #4

Meier's solution works for me too. In my case the top level of my App is a tabHost and I want to hide the keyword when switching tabs - I get the window token from the tabHost View.

tabHost.setOnTabChangedListener(new OnTabChangeListener() {
    public void onTabChanged(String tabId) {
        InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(tabHost.getApplicationWindowToken(), 0);
    }
}

answered 7 years ago Nguyen Minh Binh #5

Update: I don't know why this solution is not work any more ( I just tested on Android 23). Please use the solution of Saurabh Pareek instead. Here it is:

InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
//Hide:
imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY, 0);
//Show
imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.SHOW_IMPLICIT, 0);

Old answer:

//Show soft-keyboard:
getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_VISIBLE);
//hide keyboard :
 getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);

answered 7 years ago Peter Ajtai #6

If you want to close the soft keyboard during a unit or functional test, you can do so by clicking the "back button" from your test:

// Close the soft keyboard from a Test
getInstrumentation().sendKeyDownUpSync(KeyEvent.KEYCODE_BACK);

I put "back button" in quotes, since the above doesn't trigger the onBackPressed() for the Activity in question. It just closes the keyboard.

Make sure to pause for a little while before moving on, since it takes a little while to close the back button, so subsequent clicks to Views, etc., won't be registered until after a short pause (1 second is long enough ime).

answered 6 years ago Rotemmiz #7

If all the other answers here don't work for you as you would like them to, there's another way of manually controlling the keyboard.

Create a function with that will manage some of the EditText's properties:

public void setEditTextFocus(boolean isFocused) {
    searchEditText.setCursorVisible(isFocused);
    searchEditText.setFocusable(isFocused);
    searchEditText.setFocusableInTouchMode(isFocused);

    if (isFocused) {
        searchEditText.requestFocus();
    }
}

Then, make sure that onFocus of the EditText you open/close the keyboard:

searchEditText.setOnFocusChangeListener(new OnFocusChangeListener() {
    @Override
    public void onFocusChange(View v, boolean hasFocus) {
        if (v == searchEditText) {
            if (hasFocus) {
                // Open keyboard
                ((InputMethodManager) context.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE)).showSoftInput(searchEditText, InputMethodManager.SHOW_FORCED);
            } else {
                // Close keyboard
                ((InputMethodManager) context.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE)).hideSoftInputFromWindow(searchEditText.getWindowToken(), 0);
            }
        }
    }
});

Now, whenever you want to open the keyboard manually call:

setEditTextFocus(true);

And for closing call:

setEditTextFocus(false);

answered 6 years ago shontauro #8

from so searching, here I found an answer that works for me

// Show soft-keyboard:
InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.SHOW_FORCED, 0);

// Hide soft-keyboard:
getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);

answered 6 years ago Saurabh Pareek #9

I got one more solution to hide keyboard:

InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY, 0);

Here pass HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY at the position of showFlag and 0 at the position of hiddenFlag. It will forcefully close soft Keyboard.

answered 6 years ago sergio91pt #10

I'm using a custom keyboard to input an Hex number so I can't have the IMM keyboard show up...

In v3.2.4_r1 setSoftInputShownOnFocus(boolean show) was added to control weather or not to display the keyboard when a TextView gets focus, but its still hidden so reflection must be used:

if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.HONEYCOMB_MR2) {
    try {
        Method method = TextView.class.getMethod("setSoftInputShownOnFocus", boolean.class);
        method.invoke(mEditText, false);
    } catch (Exception e) {
        // Fallback to the second method
    }
}

For older versions, I got very good results (but far from perfect) with a OnGlobalLayoutListener, added with the aid of a ViewTreeObserver from my root view and then checking if the keyboard is shown like this:

@Override
public void onGlobalLayout() {
    Configuration config = getResources().getConfiguration();

    // Dont allow the default keyboard to show up
    if (config.keyboardHidden != Configuration.KEYBOARDHIDDEN_YES) {
        InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(mRootView.getWindowToken(), 0);
    }
}

This last solution may show the keyboard for a split second and messes with the selection handles.

When in the keyboard enters full screen, onGlobalLayout isn't called. To avoid that, use TextView#setImeOptions(int) or in the TextView XML declaration:

android:imeOptions="actionNone|actionUnspecified|flagNoFullscreen|flagNoExtractUi"

Update: Just found what dialogs use to never show the keyboard and works in all versions:

getWindow().setFlags(WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_ALT_FOCUSABLE_IM,
        WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_ALT_FOCUSABLE_IM);

answered 6 years ago Sreedev R #11

protected void hideSoftKeyboard(EditText input) {
    input.setInputType(0);
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(input.getWindowToken(), 0);    
}

answered 6 years ago BahaiResearch.com #12

Here's how you do it in Mono for Android (AKA MonoDroid)

InputMethodManager imm = GetSystemService (Context.InputMethodService) as InputMethodManager;
if (imm != null)
    imm.HideSoftInputFromWindow (searchbox.WindowToken , 0);

answered 6 years ago jasonhudgins #13

You could also look into using setImeOption on the EditText.

I just had a very simular situation where my layout contained an EditText and a search button. When I discovered I could just set the ime option to "actionSearch" on my editText, I realized I didn't even need a search button anymore. The soft keyboard (in this mode) has a search icon, which can be used to kick off the search (and the keyboard closes itself as you would expect).

answered 6 years ago Ash #14

Above answers work for different scenario's but If you want to hide the keyboard inside a view and struggling to get the right context try this:

setOnClickListener(new OnClickListener() {
    @Override
    public void onClick(View v) {
        hideSoftKeyBoardOnTabClicked(v);
    }
}

private void hideSoftKeyBoardOnTabClicked(View v) {
    if (v != null && context != null) {
        InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) context.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(v.getApplicationWindowToken(), InputMethodManager.HIDE_NOT_ALWAYS);
    }
}

and to get the context fetch it from constructor:)

public View/RelativeLayout/so and so (Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle) {
    super(context, attrs, defStyle);
    this.context = context;
    init();
}

answered 6 years ago user1765048 #15

sometimes all you want is the enter button to fold the keyboard: give the EditText box you have the attribute android:imeOptions="actionDone" this will change the Enter button to a Done button that will close the keyboard.

answered 6 years ago Phil #16

I created a layout partially from xml and partially from a custom layout engine, which is all handled in-code. The only thing that worked for me was to keep track of whether or not the keyboard was open, and use the keyboard toggle method as follows:

public class MyActivity extends Activity
{
    /** This maintains true if the keyboard is open. Otherwise, it is false. */
    private boolean isKeyboardOpen = false;

    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState)
    {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        LayoutInflater inflater;
        inflater = (LayoutInflater) getSystemService(Context.LAYOUT_INFLATER_SERVICE);
        View contentView = inflater.inflate(context.getResources().getIdentifier("main", "layout", getPackageName()), null);

        setContentView(contentView);
        contentView.getViewTreeObserver().addOnGlobalLayoutListener(new OnGlobalLayoutListener() 
        {
            public void onGlobalLayout() 
            {
                Rect r = new Rect();
                contentView.getWindowVisibleDisplayFrame(r);
                int heightDiff = contentView.getRootView().getHeight() - (r.bottom - r.top);
                if (heightDiff > 100) 
                    isKeyboardVisible = true;
                else
                    isKeyboardVisible = false;
             });
         }
    }

    public void closeKeyboardIfOpen()
    {
        InputMethodManager imm;
        imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        if (isKeyboardVisible)
            imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY, 0);
    }   
}

answered 5 years ago tommy chheng #17

For my case, I was using the a SearchView in the actionbar. After a user performs a search, the keyboard would pop open again.

Using the InputMethodManager did not close the keyboard. I had to clearFocus and set the focusable of the search view to false:

mSearchView.clearFocus();
mSearchView.setFocusable(false);

answered 5 years ago Alex #18

Saurabh Pareek has the best answer so far.

Might as well use the correct flags, though.

/* hide keyboard */
((InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE))
    .toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.SHOW_IMPLICIT, 0);

/* show keyboard */
((InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE))
    .toggleSoftInput(0, InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY);

Example of real use

/* click button */
public void onClick(View view) {      
  /* hide keyboard */
  ((InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE))
      .toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.SHOW_IMPLICIT, 0);

  /* start loader to check parameters ... */
}

/* loader finished */
public void onLoadFinished(Loader<Object> loader, Object data) {
    /* parameters not valid ... */

    /* show keyboard */
    ((InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE))
        .toggleSoftInput(0, InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY);

    /* parameters valid ... */
}

answered 5 years ago Luke Sleeman #19

I have spent more than two days working through all of the solutions posted in the thread and have found them lacking in one way or another. My exact requirement is to have a button that will with 100% reliability show or hide the on screen keyboard. When the keyboard is in its hidden state is should not re-appear, no matter what input fields the user clicks on. When it is in its visible state the keyboard should not disappear no matter what buttons the user clicks. This needs to work on Android 2.2+ all the way up to the latest devices.

You can see a working implementation of this in my app clean RPN.

After testing many of the suggested answers on a number of different phones (including froyo and gingerbread devices) it became apparent that android apps can reliably:

  1. Temporarily hide the keyboard. It will re-appear again when a user focuses a new text field.
  2. Show the keyboard when an activity starts and set a flag on the activity indicating that they keyboard should always be visible. This flag can only be set when an activity is initialising.
  3. Mark an activity to never show or allow the use of the keyboard. This flag can only be set when an activity is initialising.

For me, temporarily hiding the keyboard is not enough. On some devices it will re-appear as soon as a new text field is focused. As my app uses multiple text fields on one page, focusing a new text field will cause the hidden keyboard to pop back up again.

Unfortunately item 2 and 3 on the list only work reliability when an activity is being started. Once the activity has become visible you cannot permanently hide or show the keyboard. The trick is to actually restart your activity when the user presses the keyboard toggle button. In my app when the user presses on the toggle keyboard button, the following code runs:

private void toggleKeyboard(){

    if(keypadPager.getVisibility() == View.VISIBLE){
        Intent i = new Intent(this, MainActivity.class);
        i.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NO_ANIMATION);
        Bundle state = new Bundle();
        onSaveInstanceState(state);
        state.putBoolean(SHOW_KEYBOARD, true);
        i.putExtras(state);

        startActivity(i);
    }
    else{
        Intent i = new Intent(this, MainActivity.class);
        i.addFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NO_ANIMATION);
        Bundle state = new Bundle();
        onSaveInstanceState(state);
        state.putBoolean(SHOW_KEYBOARD, false);
        i.putExtras(state);

        startActivity(i);
    }
}

This causes the current activity to have its state saved into a Bundle, and then the activity is started, passing through an boolean which indicates if the keyboard should be shown or hidden.

Inside the onCreate method the following code is run:

if(bundle.getBoolean(SHOW_KEYBOARD)){
    ((InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE)).showSoftInput(newEquationText,0);
    getWindow().setSoftInputMode(LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_VISIBLE);
}
else{
    getWindow().setFlags(WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_ALT_FOCUSABLE_IM,
            WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_ALT_FOCUSABLE_IM);
}

If the soft keyboard should be shown, then the InputMethodManager is told to show the keyboard and the window is instructed to make the soft input always visible. If the soft keyboard should be hidden then the WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_ALT_FOCUSABLE_IM is set.

This approach works reliably on all devices I have tested on - from a 4 year old HTC phone running android 2.2 up to a nexus 7 running 4.2.2. The only disadvantage with this approach is you need to be careful with handling the back button. As my app essentially only has one screen (its a calculator) I can override onBackPressed() and return to the devices home screen.

answered 5 years ago Muhammad Aamir Ali #20

public static void hideSoftKeyboard(Activity activity) {
    InputMethodManager inputMethodManager = (InputMethodManager)activity.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    inputMethodManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(activity.getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), 0);
}

answered 5 years ago Riser #21

public static void hideSoftKeyboard(Activity activity) {
    InputMethodManager inputMethodManager = (InputMethodManager)  activity.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    inputMethodManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(activity.getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), 0);
}

after that call on onTouchListener:

findViewById(android.R.id.content).setOnTouchListener(new OnTouchListener() {
    @Override
    public boolean onTouch(View v, MotionEvent event) {
        Utils.hideSoftKeyboard(activity);
        return false;
    }
});

answered 5 years ago rupps #22

Tried all here in desperation, combining all methods, and of course the keyboard will not close in Android 4.0.3 (it did work in Honeicomb AFAIR).

Then suddenly I found an apparently winning combination:

textField.setRawInputType(InputType.TYPE_CLASS_TEXT |InputType.TYPE_TEXT_VARIATION_NORMAL);

combined with your usual recipes

blahblaj.hideSoftInputFromWindow ...

hope this stops somebody from committing suicide .. I was close to it. Of course, I have no idea why it works.

answered 5 years ago rmirabelle #23

To help clarify this madness, I'd like to begin by apologizing on behalf of all Android users for Google's downright ridiculous treatment of the soft keyboard. The reason there are so many answers, each different, for the same simple question is because this API, like many others in Android, is horribly designed. I can think of no polite way to state it.

I want to hide the keyboard. I expect to provide Android with the following statement: Keyboard.hide(). The end. Thank you very much. But Android has a problem. You must use the InputMethodManager to hide the keyboard. OK, fine, this is Android's API to the keyboard. BUT! You are required to have a Context in order to get access to the IMM. Now we have a problem. I may want to hide the keyboard from a static or utility class that has no use or need for any Context. or And FAR worse, the IMM requires that you specify what View (or even worse, what Window) you want to hide the keyboard FROM.

This is what makes hiding the keyboard so challenging. Dear Google: When I'm looking up the recipe for a cake, there is no RecipeProvider on Earth that would refuse to provide me with the recipe unless I first answer WHO the cake will be eaten by AND where it will be eaten!!

This sad story ends with the ugly truth: to hide the Android keyboard, you will be required to provide 2 forms of identification: a Context and either a View or a Window.

I have created a static utility method which can do the job VERY solidly, provided you call it from an Activity.

public static void hideKeyboard(Activity activity) {
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) activity.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    //Find the currently focused view, so we can grab the correct window token from it.
    View view = activity.getCurrentFocus();
    //If no view currently has focus, create a new one, just so we can grab a window token from it
    if (view == null) {
        view = new View(activity);
    }
    imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);
}

Be aware that this utility method ONLY works when called from an Activity! The above method calls getCurrentFocus of the target Activity to fetch the proper window token.

But suppose you want to hide the keyboard from an EditText hosted in a DialogFragment? You can't use the method above for that:

hideKeyboard(getActivity()); //won't work

This won't work because you'll be passing a reference to the Fragment's host Activity, which will have no focused control while the Fragment is shown! Wow! So, for hiding the keyboard from fragments, I resort to the lower-level, more common, and uglier:

public static void hideKeyboardFrom(Context context, View view) {
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) context.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);
}

Below is some additional information gleaned from more time wasted chasing this solution:

About windowSoftInputMode

There's yet another point of contention to be aware of. By default, Android will automatically assign initial focus to the first EditText or focusable control in your Activity. It naturally follows that the InputMethod (typically the soft keyboard) will respond to the focus event by showing itself. The windowSoftInputMode attribute in AndroidManifest.xml, when set to stateAlwaysHidden, instructs the keyboard to ignore this automatically-assigned initial focus.

<activity
    android:name=".MyActivity"
    android:windowSoftInputMode="stateAlwaysHidden"/>

Almost unbelievably, it appears to do nothing to prevent the keyboard from opening when you touch the control (unless focusable="false" and/or focusableInTouchMode="false" are assigned to the control). Apparently, the windowSoftInputMode setting applies only to automatic focus events, not to focus events triggered from touch events.

Therefore, stateAlwaysHidden is VERY poorly named indeed. It should perhaps be called ignoreInitialFocus instead.

Hope this helps.


UPDATE: More ways to get a window token

If there is no focused view (e.g. can happen if you just changed fragments), there are other views that will supply a useful window token.

These are alternatives for the above code if (view == null) view = new View(activity); These don't refer explicitly to your activity.

Inside a fragment class:

view = getView().getRootView().getWindowToken();

Given a fragment fragment as a parameter:

view = fragment.getView().getRootView().getWindowToken();

Starting from your content body:

view = findViewById(android.R.id.content).getRootView().getWindowToken();

UPDATE 2: Clear focus to avoid showing keyboard again if you open the app from the background

Add this line to the end of the method:

view.clearFocus();

answered 5 years ago Atish Agrawal #24

use this

this.getWindow().setSoftInputMode(
            WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);

answered 5 years ago Saran #25

Alternatively to this all around solution, if you wanted to close the soft keyboard from anywhere without having a reference to the (EditText) field that was used to open the keyboard, but still wanted to do it if the field was focused, you could use this (from an Activity):

if (getCurrentFocus() != null) {
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), 0);
}

answered 5 years ago slinden77 #26

This should work:

public class KeyBoard {

    public static void show(Activity activity){
        InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) activity.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        imm.toggleSoftInput(0, InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY); // show
    }

    public static void hide(Activity activity){
        InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) activity.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY, 0); // hide
    }

    public static void toggle(Activity activity){
        InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) activity.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        if (imm.isActive()){
            hide(activity); 
        } else {
            show(activity); 
        }
    }
}

KeyBoard.toggle(activity);

answered 5 years ago Gaurav Arora #27

This method will always always work at any cost. Just Use it wherever you want to hide the keyboard

public static void hideSoftKeyboard(Context mContext,EditText username){
        if(((Activity) mContext).getCurrentFocus()!=null && ((Activity) mContext).getCurrentFocus() instanceof EditText){
            InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager)mContext.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
            imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(username.getWindowToken(), 0);
        }
    }

Use it like this :

Whatever is the version of Android. This method will surely work

answered 5 years ago Siddharth_Vyas #28

This works for me :

 @Override
 public boolean dispatchTouchEvent(MotionEvent event) {
View v = getCurrentFocus();
boolean ret = super.dispatchTouchEvent(event);

if (v instanceof EditText) {
    View w = getCurrentFocus();
    int scrcoords[] = new int[2];
    w.getLocationOnScreen(scrcoords);
    float x = event.getRawX() + w.getLeft() - scrcoords[0];
    float y = event.getRawY() + w.getTop() - scrcoords[1];

    Log.d("Activity",
            "Touch event " + event.getRawX() + "," + event.getRawY()
                    + " " + x + "," + y + " rect " + w.getLeft() + ","
                    + w.getTop() + "," + w.getRight() + ","
                    + w.getBottom() + " coords " + scrcoords[0] + ","
                    + scrcoords[1]);
    if (event.getAction() == MotionEvent.ACTION_UP
            && (x < w.getLeft() || x >= w.getRight() || y < w.getTop() || y > w
                    .getBottom())) {

        InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(getWindow().getCurrentFocus()
                .getWindowToken(), 0);
    }
}
return ret;
}

answered 5 years ago Sandeep Reddy M #29

It works for me..

EditText editText=(EditText)findViewById(R.id.edittext1);

put below line of code in onClick()

editText.setFocusable(false);
editText.setFocusableInTouchMode(true);

here hide the keyboard when we click the Button and when we touch the EditText keyboard will be display.

(OR)

getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);

answered 5 years ago Asaf Pinhassi #30

This worked for me for all the bizarre keyboard behavior

private boolean isKeyboardVisible() {
    Rect r = new Rect();
    //r will be populated with the coordinates of your view that area still visible.
    mRootView.getWindowVisibleDisplayFrame(r);

    int heightDiff = mRootView.getRootView().getHeight() - (r.bottom - r.top);
    return heightDiff > 100; // if more than 100 pixels, its probably a keyboard...
}

protected void showKeyboard() {
    if (isKeyboardVisible())
        return;
    InputMethodManager inputMethodManager = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    if (getCurrentFocus() == null) {
        inputMethodManager.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.SHOW_FORCED, 0);
    } else {
        View view = getCurrentFocus();
        inputMethodManager.showSoftInput(view, InputMethodManager.SHOW_FORCED);
    }
}

protected void hideKeyboard() {
    if (!isKeyboardVisible())
        return;
    InputMethodManager inputMethodManager = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    View view = getCurrentFocus();
    if (view == null) {
        if (inputMethodManager.isAcceptingText())
            inputMethodManager.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.HIDE_NOT_ALWAYS, 0);
    } else {
        if (view instanceof EditText)
            ((EditText) view).setText(((EditText) view).getText().toString()); // reset edit text bug on some keyboards bug
        inputMethodManager.hideSoftInputFromInputMethod(view.getWindowToken(), InputMethodManager.HIDE_NOT_ALWAYS);
    }
}

answered 5 years ago Jacek Kwiecień #31

public static void closeInput(final View caller) {  
    caller.postDelayed(new Runnable() {
        @Override
        public void run() {
            InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) caller.getContext().getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
            imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(caller.getWindowToken(), InputMethodManager.HIDE_NOT_ALWAYS);
        }
    }, 100);
}

This method generally works, but there is one condition: you can't have android:windowSoftInputMode="any_of_these" set

answered 4 years ago moberme #32

This worked for me.

public static void hideKeyboard(Activity act, EditText et){
    Context c = act.getBaseContext();
    View v = et.findFocus();
    if(v == null)
        return;
    InputMethodManager inputManager = (InputMethodManager) c.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    inputManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(v.getWindowToken(), InputMethodManager.HIDE_NOT_ALWAYS);
}

answered 4 years ago Hamid FzM #33

Just use this optimized code in your activity:

if (this.getCurrentFocus() != null) {
    InputMethodManager inputManager = (InputMethodManager) this.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    inputManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(this.getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), InputMethodManager.HIDE_NOT_ALWAYS);
}

answered 4 years ago Azurespot #34

An alternative using SearchView would be to use this code:

searchView = (SearchView) searchItem.getActionView();    
searchView.setOnQueryTextListener(new OnQueryTextListener() {
    @Override
    public boolean onQueryTextSubmit(String query) {
        InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager)
        getSystemService(getApplicationContext().INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(searchView.getApplicationWindowToken(), 0);
    }
}

This is a SearchView search box in the ActionBar that when the text from the query is submitted (the user presses either Enter key or a search button/icon), then the InputMethodManager code gets activated and makes your soft keyboard go down. This code was put in my onCreateOptionsMenu(). searchItem is from MenuItem which is part of the default code for the onCreateOptionsmenu(). Thanks to @mckoss for a good chunk of this code!

answered 4 years ago Alex.F #35

The short answer

In your OnClick listener call the onEditorAction of the EditText with IME_ACTION_DONE

button.setOnClickListener(new OnClickListener() {

    @Override
    public void onClick(View v) {
        someEditText.onEditorAction(EditorInfo.IME_ACTION_DONE)
    }
});

The drill-down

I feel this method is better, simpler and more aligned with Android's design pattern. In the simple example above (and usually in most of the common cases) you'll have an EditText that has/had focus and it also usually was the one to invoke the keyboard in the first place (it is definitely able to invoke it in many common scenarios). In that same way, it should be the one to release the keyboard, usually that can be done by an ImeAction. Just see how an EditText with android:imeOptions="actionDone" behaves, you want to achieve the same behavior by the same means.


Check this related answer

answered 4 years ago Vaishali Sutariya #36

public static void hideSoftKeyboard(Activity activity) {
    InputMethodManager inputMethodManager = (InputMethodManager) activity
            .getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    inputMethodManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(activity.getCurrentFocus()
            .getWindowToken(), 0);
}

answered 4 years ago Duna #37

private void hideSoftKeyboard() {
    View view = getView();
    if (view != null) {
        InputMethodManager inputMethodManager = (InputMethodManager) getActivity()
                .getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        inputMethodManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);
    }
}

answered 4 years ago Geng Jiawen #38

Depite all those answers, just to be simple enough, I have written a common method to do this :

/**
 * hide soft keyboard in a activity
 * @param activity
 */
public static void hideKeyboard (Activity activity){
    activity.getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_HIDDEN);
    if (activity.getCurrentFocus() != null) {
        InputMethodManager inputMethodManager = (InputMethodManager) activity.getSystemService(activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        inputMethodManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(activity.getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), 0);
    }
}

answered 4 years ago injecteer #39

I have the case, where my EditText can be located also in an AlertDialog, so the keyboard should be closed on dismiss. The following code seems to be working anywhere:

public static void hideKeyboard( Activity activity ) {
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager)activity.getSystemService( Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE );
    View f = activity.getCurrentFocus();
    if( null != f && null != f.getWindowToken() && EditText.class.isAssignableFrom( f.getClass() ) )
        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow( f.getWindowToken(), 0 );
    else 
        activity.getWindow().setSoftInputMode( WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN );
}

answered 4 years ago Sagar Badave #40

Try This one

public void disableSoftKeyboard(final EditText v) {
    if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= 11) {
        v.setRawInputType(InputType.TYPE_CLASS_TEXT);
        v.setTextIsSelectable(true);
    } else {
        v.setRawInputType(InputType.TYPE_NULL);
        v.setFocusable(true);
    }
}

answered 3 years ago Girish Patel #41

For Open Keyboard :

InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
imm.showSoftInput(edtView, InputMethodManager.SHOW_IMPLICIT);

For Close/Hide Keyboard :

 InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager)getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
 imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(edtView.getWindowToken(), 0);

answered 3 years ago nobjta_9x_tq #42

I have tried all of solutions very much but no solution work for me, so I found my solution: You should have boolean variables like:

public static isKeyboardShowing = false;
InputMethodManager inputMethodManager = (InputMethodManager) getActivity()
            .getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);

And in a touch screen event you call:

@Override
public boolean onTouchEvent(MotionEvent event) {
    if(keyboardShowing==true){
        inputMethodManager.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.RESULT_UNCHANGED_HIDDEN, 0);
        keyboardShowing = false;
    }
    return super.onTouchEvent(event);
}

And in EditText is in anywhere:

yourEditText.setOnClickListener(new OnClickListener() {

        @Override
        public void onClick(View v) {
            yourClass.keyboardShowing = true;

        }
    });

answered 3 years ago ahmed_khan_89 #43

I have almost tried all of these answers, I had some random issues especially with the samsung galaxy s5.

What I end up with is forcing the show and hide, and it works perfectly:

/**
 * Force show softKeyboard.
 */
public static void forceShow(@NonNull Context context) {
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) context.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.SHOW_FORCED, 0);
}

/**
 * Force hide softKeyboard.
 */
public static void forceHide(@NonNull Activity activity, @NonNull EditText editText) {
    if (activity.getCurrentFocus() == null || !(activity.getCurrentFocus() instanceof EditText)) {
        editText.requestFocus();
    }
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) activity.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(editText.getWindowToken(), 0);
    activity.getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);
}

answered 3 years ago shobhan #44

public void setKeyboardVisibility(boolean show) {
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    if(show){
        imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.SHOW_FORCED, 0);
    }else{
        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(),0);
    }
}

answered 3 years ago ban-geoengineering #45

Thanks to this SO answer, I derived the following which, in my case, works nicely when scrolling through the the fragments of a ViewPager...

private void hideKeyboard() {   
    // Check if no view has focus:
    View view = this.getCurrentFocus();
    if (view != null) {
        InputMethodManager inputManager = (InputMethodManager) this.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        inputManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), InputMethodManager.HIDE_NOT_ALWAYS);
    }
}

private void showKeyboard() {   
    // Check if no view has focus:
    View view = this.getCurrentFocus();
    if (view != null) {
        InputMethodManager inputManager = (InputMethodManager) this.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        inputManager.showSoftInput(view, InputMethodManager.SHOW_IMPLICIT);
    }
}

answered 3 years ago Ricardo #46

Sometime you can have an activity that contains a listview with rows that contains editText so you have to setup in manifest SOFT_INPUT_ADJUST_PAN then they keyboard shows up which is annoying.

The following workarround works if you place it at the end of onCreate

getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN);
new Handler().postDelayed(new Runnable() {
            @Override
            public void run() {
                getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_ADJUST_PAN);
            }
        },100);

answered 3 years ago milad.moafi #47

In AndroidManifest.xml under <activity..> set android:windowSoftInputMode="stateAlwaysHidden"

answered 2 years ago Adnan Abdollah Zaki #48

simply code : use this code in onCreate()

getWindow().setSoftInputMode(
    WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_HIDDEN
);

answered 2 years ago iscariot #49

In some cases this methods can works except of all others. This saves my day :)

public static void hideSoftKeyboard(Activity activity) {
    if (activity != null) {
        InputMethodManager inputManager = (InputMethodManager) activity.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        if (activity.getCurrentFocus() != null && inputManager != null) {
            inputManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(activity.getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), 0);
            inputManager.hideSoftInputFromInputMethod(activity.getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), 0);
        }
    }
}

public static void hideSoftKeyboard(View view) {
    if (view != null) {
        InputMethodManager inputManager = (InputMethodManager) view.getContext().getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
        if (inputManager != null) {
            inputManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);
        }
    }
}

answered 2 years ago NickUnuchek #50

Add to your activity android:windowSoftInputMode="stateHidden" in Manifest file. Example:

<activity
            android:name=".ui.activity.MainActivity"
            android:label="@string/mainactivity"
            android:windowSoftInputMode="stateHidden"/>

answered 2 years ago ceph3us #51

/** 
 *
 *   Hide I Said!!!
 *
 */
public static boolean hideSoftKeyboard(@NonNull Activity activity) {
    View currentFocus = activity.getCurrentFocus();
    if (currentFocus == null) {
        currentFocus = activity.getWindow().getDecorView();
        if (currentFocus != null) {
            return getSoftInput(activity).hideSoftInputFromWindow(currentFocus.getWindowToken(), 0, null);
        }
    }
    return false;
}

public static boolean hideSoftKeyboard(@NonNull Context context) {
   if(Activity.class.isAssignableFrom(context.getClass())){
       return hideSoftKeyboard((Activity)context);
   }
   return false;
}

public static InputMethodManager getSoftInput(@NonNull Context context) {
    return (InputMethodManager) context.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
}

answered 2 years ago Joolah #52

simple method guys: try this...

private void closeKeyboard(boolean b) {

        View view = this.getCurrentFocus();

        if(b) {
            if (view != null) {
                InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
                imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);
            }
        }
        else {
            InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
            imm.showSoftInput(view, 0);
        }
    }

answered 2 years ago pavel #53

If you want to hide keyboard using Java code, then use this:

  InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager)this.getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
  imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(fEmail.getWindowToken(), 0);

Or if you want to hide the keyboard always, then use this in your AndroidManifest:

 <activity
 android:name=".activities.MyActivity"
 android:configChanges="keyboardHidden"  />

answered 2 years ago Heena Arora #54

surround it with try catch, so that is keyboard is already closed, app would not crash :

try{

View view = this.getCurrentFocus();
if (view != null) {  
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager)getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);
}
}catch (Exception e)
{
  e.printStackTrace();
}

answered 2 years ago koteswara D K #55

use Text watcher instead of EditText.and after you finished entering the input 

you can use

InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager)getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);

answered 2 years ago Mansuu.... #56

You only need to write one line inside your manifest activity tag

 android:windowSoftInputMode="stateAlwaysHidden|adjustPan"

and it will work.

answered 1 year ago Naveed Ahmad #57

Simple and Easy to use method, just call hideKeyboardFrom(YourActivity.this); to hide keyboard

/**
 * This method is used to hide keyboard
 * @param activity
 */
public static void hideKeyboardFrom(Activity activity) {
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) activity.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(activity.getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), 0);
}

answered 1 year ago Mr.vicky #58

final RelativeLayout llLogin = (RelativeLayout) findViewById(R.id.rl_main);
        llLogin.setOnTouchListener(
                new View.OnTouchListener() {
                    @Override
                    public boolean onTouch(View view, MotionEvent ev) {
                        InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) this.getSystemService(
                                Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
                        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(this.getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), 0);
                        return false;
                    }
                });

answered 1 year ago Giedrius Šlikas #59

Works like magic touch every time

private void closeKeyboard() {
    InputMethodManager inputManager = (InputMethodManager)getActivity().getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    inputManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(getActivity().getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), InputMethodManager.HIDE_NOT_ALWAYS);

}

private void openKeyboard() {
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getActivity().getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    if(imm != null){
        imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.SHOW_IMPLICIT, 0);
    }
}

answered 11 months ago JamesC #60

After reading all the answers above and in another post, I still didn't succeed in getting the keyboard to open automatically.

In my project I created a dialog (AlertDialog) dynamically (by programming it without or with minimum of needed XML).

So I was doing something like:

    dialogBuilder = new AlertDialog.Builder(activity);

    if(dialogBuilder==null)
        return false; //error

    inflater      = activity.getLayoutInflater();
    dialogView    = inflater.inflate(layout, null);
    ...

And after finishing setting-up all the views (TextView, ImageView, EditText,etc..) I did:

        alertDialog = dialogBuilder.create();

        alertDialog.show();

After playing around with all the answers I found out that most of them work IF you know WHERE to put the request... And that was the key to all.

So, the trick is to put it BEFORE the creation of the dialog: alertDialog.show() in my case, this worked like charm:

        alertDialog = dialogBuilder.create();           
        alertDialog.getWindow().setSoftInputMode(WindowManager.LayoutParams.SOFT_INPUT_STATE_ALWAYS_VISIBLE);

        //And only when everything is finished - let's bring up the window - 
        alertDialog.show();

        //Viola... keyboard is waiting for you open and ready...
        //Just don't forget to request focus for the needed view (i.e. EditText..)

I'm quite sure this principle is the same with all windows, so pay attention to the location of your "showKeyboard" code - it should be before the window is launched.

A small request from the Android SDK dev team:

I think that all this is unnecessary as you can see thousands of programmers from all over the world are dealing with this ridiculous and trivial problem, while its solution should be clean and simple: IMHO if I get requestFocus() to an input-oriented view (such as EditText), the keyboard should open automatically, unless the user asks not-to, so, I think the requestFocus() method is the key here and should accept boolean showSoftKeyboard with default value of true: View.requestFocus(boolean showSoftKeyboard);

Hope this will help others like me.

answered 10 months ago Vishal Yadav #61

Try this

  • Simple you can call in your Activity

 public static void hideKeyboardwithoutPopulate(Activity activity) {
    InputMethodManager inputMethodManager =
            (InputMethodManager) activity.getSystemService(
                    Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    inputMethodManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow(
            activity.getCurrentFocus().getWindowToken(), 0);
}

  • In your MainActivitiy call this

 hideKeyboardwithoutPopulate(MainActivity.this);

answered 9 months ago dev_mg99 #62

this is Working..

Just Pass your current activity instance in the function

 public void isKeyBoardShow(Activity activity) {
    InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) activity.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
    if (imm.isActive()) {
        imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY, 0); // hide
    } else {
        imm.toggleSoftInput(0, InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY); // show
    }
}

answered 9 months ago Kavin Varnan #63

Kotlin version

val imm: InputMethodManager = getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE) as InputMethodManager
//Hide:
imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY, 0);
//Show
imm.toggleSoftInput(InputMethodManager.SHOW_IMPLICIT, 0);

answered 7 months ago uma #64

you can simply add this code where you want to hide the soft keyboard"

                        // Check if no view has focus:
                            View view = getCurrentFocus();
                            if (view != null) {
                                InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
                                imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);
                            }

answered 6 months ago Faxriddin Abdullayev #65

Here are the best solutions

Solution 1) Set the inputType to “text”

<EditText
android:id="@+id/my_edit_text"
android:layout_width="fill_parent"
android:layout_height="wrap_content"
android:hint="Tap here to type"
android:inputType="text" />

This can also be done programmatically via. the method setInputType() (inherited from TextView).

EditText editText = (EditText) findViewById(R.id.my_edit_text);
editText.setRawInputType(InputType.TYPE_CLASS_TEXT | 
InputType.TYPE_TEXT_VARIATION_NORMAL);

Solution 2) Use the InputMethodManager.hideSoftInputFromWindow()

InputMethodManager imm = 
(InputMethodManager)getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(myEditText.getWindowToken(), 0);

or

InputMethodManager imm = (InputMethodManager) 
getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(myEditText.getWindowToken(), 
InputMethodManager.HIDE_NOT_ALWAYS);

answered 5 months ago Janusz Hain #66

I have written small extension for Kotlin if anyone interested, didn't test it much tho:

fun Fragment.hideKeyboard(context: Context = App.instance) {
    val windowToken = view?.rootView?.windowToken
    windowToken?.let {
        val imm = context.getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE) as InputMethodManager
        imm.hideSoftInputFromWindow(windowToken, 0)
    }
}

App.instance is static "this" Application object stored in Application

answered 4 months ago Nadeem Bhat #67

In Android to hide the Vkeyboard by InputMethodManage you can cal hideSoftInputFromWindow by passing in the token of the window containing your focused view.

View view = this.getCurrentFocus();
if (view != null) {  
InputMethodManager im = 
(InputMethodManager)getSystemService(Context.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE);
im.hideSoftInputFromWindow(view.getWindowToken(), 0);
}

By Calling editText.clearFocus() and then InputMethodManager.HIDE_IMPLICIT_ONLY even works

answered 4 months ago Harpreet #68

If your application is targeting API Level 21 or more than there is a default method to use:

editTextObj.setShowSoftInputOnFocus(false);

Make sure you have set below code in EditText XML tag.

<EditText  
    ....
    android:enabled="true"
    android:focusable="true" />

answered 4 months ago Rafols #69

Some kotlin code:

Hide keyboard from Activity:

(currentFocus ?: View(this))
            .apply { (getSystemService(Activity.INPUT_METHOD_SERVICE) as InputMethodManager)
                        .hideSoftInputFromWindow(windowToken, 0) }

answered 2 months ago Daniel Beltrami #70

Very simple way

I do this in all my projects, and work like a dream. In your declarations layout.xml just add this single line:

android:focusableInTouchMode="true"

Full code example:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<android.support.constraint.ConstraintLayout
    xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:focusableInTouchMode="true">

    <EditText
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content" />

    <ListView
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content">

    </ListView>

</android.support.constraint.ConstraintLayout>

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