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[Q]Stock ICS keyboard- strange things

OP Atavis

29th April 2014, 10:40 PM   |  #1  
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Hello mates!
I have Xperia Pro, MK16i, BL unlocked&rooted. I'm install some sort of modded stock keyboard (swear, I dont remember, what the heck I was doing, if it helps - zip is named MY_Keyboard.zip). Then I have strange things - opening user dictionary always caused FC; second - words is always underlined, changing option to "never correct words" (sorry, if i misspelled - my phone language is not English), so I cannot properly use HW arrow keys. I'm trying to flash stock keyboard from all-in-one tread, but both zips is failed (use recovery from my kernel - LupusTWRP) . Device specs - stock ROM ICS 587, Lupus Kernel for stock. Thanks!
30th April 2014, 10:22 AM   |  #2  
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Hello mates!
I have Xperia Pro, MK16i, BL unlocked&rooted. I'm install some sort of modded stock keyboard (swear, I dont remember, what the heck I was doing, if it helps - zip is named MY_Keyboard.zip). Then I have strange things - opening user dictionary always caused FC; second - words is always underlined, changing option to "never correct words" (sorry, if i misspelled - my phone language is not English), so I cannot properly use HW arrow keys. I'm trying to flash stock keyboard from all-in-one tread, but both zips is failed (use recovery from my kernel - LupusTWRP) . Device specs - stock ROM ICS 587, Lupus Kernel for stock. Thanks!

using root explorer goto system/app
delete that keyboard
then push that stock keyboard to the same place with correct permissions
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