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Default [APP] Xperia Keyboard

ROOT REQUIRED TO FLASH ZIP

It will be installed to system.
This is the Xperia keyboard.
The zip is flashable, and is working on KK.


https://www.dropbox.com/s/fe77o2fppj...By-Lordomn.zip


Just download it to sdcard.
Install thru Twrp/cwm recovery.
No need to wipe just enter recovery and flash.
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FCs on 442 moto x unrooted. I extracted the app & installed.
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I have it working on stock 4.4 haven't tested on Pac or Gummy yet.
 
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You have to flash it. It has to be installed thru recovery because of the other files.
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