I have Firefox loaded on my new Asus TF300T tablet. When I initially start up the browser I'm getting a double digit of whatever key I enter first. So if my first letter is a T for example it will automatically enter TT. Weird thing is that it seems like the tablet doesn't even recognize the second one is there. You can't move the cursor to the end and backspace. All you find do is clear the whole search bar. After that it works fine. If I go back to home screen and return to the browser, same problem. I've tried reinstalling Firefox with no luck. Internet Explorer works fine. Any suggestions? Not a major problem just annoying as hell!...Thank you..... .
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Already tried this.. Upon further testing it only happens when I try and enter text in the web page text box on the Google home page and only when I go there from the android home page. I click on the firefox icon ...It goes straight to the google home page...My software keyboard automatically pops up...I try to enter text and the first digit is doubled...