Norwegian Characters Mod For Desire Z Keyboard
If like XDA forum member Novek, you’ve been searching for a Nordic keyboard for your Desire Z, then look no further.
Fed up with long pressing on his keyboard, the forum member searched high and low on the world wide web but couldn’t find anyone who cared to program the special characters for Nordic keyboards – such as æ,ø and å. The only place where they currently exist is on the stock Norwegian ROM, but if you are a frequent visitor to XDA, then you’ll know that custom ROMs offer a lot more.
Novek has modified the relevant files and added his own editing for the quick keys, creating a place for the special characters. Confirmed to running on his G2 the tweak should work on all Desire Z’s.
If you require any other special characters, the forum member has also offered his help in this regard. Included in the download zip is a backup of the original keyboard.
For more information and to download the mod, head on over to the forum thread.
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