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18th April 2012, 09:45 PM |#81  
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I use a 3rd party keyboard (Swiftkey) and I was wondering if I could delete/freeze the default system keyboard to remove the keyboard selection icon. Would this be safe?
 
 
18th April 2012, 10:12 PM |#82  
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I use a 3rd party keyboard (Swiftkey) and I was wondering if I could delete/freeze the default system keyboard to remove the keyboard selection icon. Would this be safe?

yes, the keyboard wouldnt make things go screwy. just freeze LatinIME.apk. Or remove from system/app
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yes, the keyboard wouldnt make things go screwy. just freeze LatinIME.apk. Or remove from system/app

Backed it up then uninstalled it in TiBu. No more notification. Thank you very much.
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Backed it up then uninstalled it in TiBu. No more notification. Thank you very much.

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