WenWM · Feb 26, 2010 at 11:19 am

HTC_IME Keyboard Tweak Updated

A high percentage of the software HTC produces is not very user-friendly when it comes to language settings, this tweak strives to change that. The tweak has been created by jonasl in our Nexus One forum, it’s a fairly simple mod that allows you to switch the keyboard language simultaneously.

Originally posted by jonasl

The HTC keyboard is nice, but if English is not your language of choice you have to manually hack a settings XML file to change it. It’s therefore not practical to change languages on a per needed basis. I’m using both English and Swedish and I wanted to be able to switch between the two. Since it wasn’t possible I did some hacking to enable it.

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