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[Q] Unofficial CM11 Problem

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25th May 2014, 11:33 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by Jrockstar867

Hey there I was wondering if anyone else is experiencing my problem. I updated to CM11 on my TF701 and while the dock and keyboard works some of the keys are dead i.e. Settings button, toggle wifi, toggle bluetooth, screenshot, disable trackpad, and auto brightness. Is there any way to fix this? I have tried editing the qwerty files and installing the asus keyboard apk, but neither worked. The APK did not install and editing the qwerty.kl file quite literally did nothing. Also curious if there is a way to get an external mouse to behave the way it did on JB left click is a standard touch and right click is back?

Kernel needs recompiling with fixes in it - not a huge job but something I have on my todo list - won't be for a while though.
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