orb3000 · Jun 24, 2010 at 11:59 pm

Touch Input Chinese & English for Universal

The first 3G device built by HTC back in 2005 refuses to die. In fact, this XDA section is still active and new ROMs and apps appear frequently (not as often as with newer devices though). The Universal, one of the best HTC devices ever built, is getting an update for Touch Input. XDA Chef sun_dream adapted this app for VGA Universal in English and Chinese.
This app will run only in Windows Mobile 6.5.3 23566 based ROM´s for Universal

Originally posted by sun_dream
EN=English
中=CHS

Only For UNI 23566

XT9 Hot Keys
Touchkeyboard vibrates
Automatic proofreading input

You can find more information in the application thread.


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