Update 2: Problem located, my bad. My phone had a “UK” setup for physical keyboards, for some reason.
Update: I connected this keyboard to my desktop, and the keys behave just as they should. It only seems to have this sort of hiccup when I try to use it with my phone, however (which is what I need it to work with).
I just bought an Anker keyboard today. The “ultra compact Bluetooth keyboard, model A7726.” Everything seems to be working fine, minus one defect. When I hold down shift and hit the quotation marks key, it gives me an “@” instead. Same deal for when I hit the “2” key with shift held, except that gives me a quotation mark. The two keys behave normally without shift held, however.
Is there any way to remap these characters back into their appropriate key locations? I really like this keyboard, and I did not want to have to return it because of an unusual defect like this (or any other possible typing errors that I have not noticed yet).