On the Motorola Xyboard running Android 4.0.4 / Browser 4.0.4-51, the native select menu displays properly when it is tapped. On the Samsung Galaxy Tab SPH-P500 running Android 4.0.4 / Browser 4.0.4-P500VPALI6, tapping on the select displays nothing.
When I remove the data-mini="true" attribute above, the select menu works on the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
I am guessing that the customized browser running on the Samsung is contributing to this problem. Has anyone else run into this behavior?
I am seeing inconsistent behavior when using <input type="number"> inside my Phonegap JQuery Mobile app. On Android Ice Cream Sandwich, a simple page that includes <input type="number"> properly displays the Android numeric keyboard when the input element gets the focus. On more complicated pages, <input type="number"> displays the default Android keyboard and not the numeric keyboard,
This only occurs when I run my app under Phonegap on my Acer Android tablet. If I run this same app on my iPad using iOS 5.1.1, all <input type="number"> elements properly display the numeric keyboard. If I run this app under Google Chrome on the tablet, the proper keyboard is displayed.
Is there something under jQuery Mobile that would cause <input type="number"> to be ignored?
Inside my PhoneGap Android application, I am using jQuery 1.7.1 and jQuery Mobile 1.1 RC1. According to the jQuery 1.7.2 release notes, 1.7.2 should be used with Mobile 1.1. So, I changed my app to use 1.7.2. After I did this, I got the following error inside the console log and my PhoneGap app hung.