How do I get the keyboard back on my iPad?

How to get your floating iPad keyboard back to normal
  1. Place two fingers on the floating keyboard.
  2. Spread your fingers apart to enlarge the keyboard back to full size, then let go.

Why is my iPad keyboard not showing up?

Double tapping or triple tapping into a text area on the screen can often make the keyboard appear if it’s otherwise hidden off the screen.

How do I manually bring up the keyboard on my iPad?

Answer: A: At present there is no way to pull up the iPhone keyboard at will unless one is in some format of a text box (Messages, search boxes, Text input fields etc). You can, however, leave ➔ Product Feedback directly to Apple.

How do I bring up the onscreen keyboard?

To open the On-Screen Keyboard

Go to Start , then select Settings > Ease of Access > Keyboard, and turn on the toggle under Use the On-Screen Keyboard. A keyboard that can be used to move around the screen and enter text will appear on the screen. The keyboard will remain on the screen until you close it.

Why is my keyboard not showing up?

Start with a simple restart

Firstly, try with a restart. Reboot your device and try typing. If the keyboard won’t appear, make sure that you’ve chosen the default digital keyboard in Settings > General or System > Language and input. Set Gboard as the default keyboard or don’t — it all depends on what keyboard you use.

Why has my keyboard disappeared?

Android keyboard not showing up might be due to a recent buggy build on the device. Open the Play Store on your device, go to My apps & games section, update the keyboard app to the latest version available.