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Droid X Keyboard Ported To Nexus One
Many people seem to want different parts of the upcoming Droid X. Well, it seems that the Nexus One owners want the device’s keyboard. Thework performed by XDA member tr.slate, allows you to enjoy the keyboard on your N1, or at least for the most part, considering its still in the Beta WIP (work in progress) phase.
The Droid X Keyboard features full multi-touch. This is different from the multi-touch currently enabled on 3rd party keyboards-the Droid X has the capability to hold down shift and press a letter to make a capital, ie it can do more than one key stoke at once like a physical keyboard. Pretty nice.
2.1 Eclair-based Roms:
only thing not working is auto-captilization,auto-correct errors. Dictionary works, NOW WITH VIBRATE!! Doesnt seem to work on HTC Hero GSM or CDMA…
2.2 Froyo-based Roms:
All thats not working on eclair + can’t type anywhere it tries to suggest words, like the messaging body. Also voice doesnt work.
. Froyo hopefully
. Vibrate (I dunno i cannot find the link where they’ve added their stuff)
The improved keyboard can now be found in the thread.
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