Modified Droid X Keyboard by WJD
If you’re a Motorola Droid X owner and just fancy a change from your default stock keyboard, then take a look at this modified keyboard by XDA forum member yourfriendwayned.
A result of boredom and productivity – not normally two words you’d put together (!), the XDA member has revamped the original Droid X multi-touch keyboard to a black version. This version also includes a special Droid Eye style voice level meter too and has been tested on the Droid X 2.2 Deodexed ROM.
If you fancy trying this out, head on over to the modification thread for full instructions on how to install the mod onto your Android device. More screenshots are also available at the thread.
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