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By imo_inx, Junior Member on 21st April 2014, 06:06 PM
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So the current ROM(liquidics for droid2) doesn't support the physical keyboard very well. The lights stay on when its closed and pulling it out doesn't change the orientation. Is there a way I could pull keyboard modules or whatever handles the keyboard from another ROM that works (AOKP or CM9) and patch them over it?
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21st April 2014, 06:10 PM |#2  
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So the current ROM(liquidics for droid2) doesn't support the physical keyboard very well. The lights stay on when its closed and pulling it out doesn't change the orientation. Is there a way I could pull keyboard modules or whatever handles the keyboard from another ROM that works (AOKP or CM9) and patch them over it?
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Have you tried installing a third party app yet? E.g. TouchPal X ?
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Have you tried installing a third party app yet? E.g. TouchPal X ?

Not third-party, but I did install Google Keyboard. I don't see how that would effect the physical keyboard much as I ran a ROM before where the android keyboard service kept crashing, but the slide-out still worked.
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Not third-party, but I did install Google Keyboard. I don't see how that would effect the physical keyboard much as I ran a ROM before where the android keyboard service kept crashing, but the slide-out still worked.



Hardware buttons and softkeys are controlled by keyboard app too as far as i know.
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I think you're right about the virtual keyboard handling the physical one, but I think Android itself controls the back lights and orientation. I've tried some third party apps and they don't fix it.
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