orb3000 · Mar 17, 2011 at 12:00 pm

miROM Keyboard Collection for Windows Mobile

Still have a Windows Mobile device and finally got tired of the same keyboards? XDA member mirolg presents these keyboard alternatives for your joy. You´ll find a nice Toshiba keyboard, a useful Toshiba pad with fast access to most common keyboard functions, Finger-keyboard, the HTC one (including languages), compact qwerty, phone pad, and a full qwerty one. Keyboards can be found in English, German, French, and Italian, all working on WM 6 and up with WVGA resolutions.
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Originally posted by mirolg
miROM_WVGA_keyboard collection

HTC KEYBOARD 1.5
FIX no overlap the bottom taskbar in 6.5.x ROMs miROM_Toshiba_Keyboard.cab install, reset look and NEW update 05.03.11 missing icons added
TOSHIBA FREE PAD

Toshiba Free_Pad.cab TO start the pad slide quick from bottom screen to upper. if will not works_ maybe need a toshiba dll also to works on other devices. i will look over that!

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