Motorola Droid 2 Multitouch Keyboard Ported to Many Android Devices
The Motorola Droid 2 had just been released, and XDA member invisiblek managed to port the Multitouch keyboard from the Droid 2 to many Android devices, such as the Motorola Droid and the Droid Incredible. Thanks to the multitouch function, this keyboard should allow for a much better typing experience. You can install it via recovery on your HTC Droid Incredible, and it should work on the following ROMs:
- CM6 Nightlies/Tests (Droid Incredible)
- jdfroyo v1.9 (Droid Incredible)
- Skyraider 2.? (Droid Incredible)
- 8/1 froyo leak (Droid Incredible)
- Bugless Beast 4 (Motorola Droid)
- Ultimate Droid Extreme Froyo 6.00 (Motorola Droid?)
- DeFrost 2.6a (Desire)
Originally posted by invisiblek
it will most likely work on any deodexed rom (odexed im not sure) — Let me know what does/doesnt work and ill try and do something or point you in the right direction.
We hope to see some enhancements to this port, so everyone can enjoy its multitouch features.
Check out the thread for more information and download.
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