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WM6 German Keyboard (Space to change a ->)

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By gerard69, Junior Member on 3rd March 2007, 08:39 PM
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Help needed :)

Using VW6 (Vanilla) on a Germen Hermes. Hardware Keyboard works fine except the space key to change a -> , u -> etc.

Does anybody solved this issue ?

Didn't found any solution on the forum.

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3rd March 2007, 09:10 PM |#2  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=279158
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Thanks, but that's what i already tried
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hi don't know if this work in wm6 ... i have made it in aku33 test (englisch too) and it works...

change the reg key in oem/qwerty to 3 at the end (dec.)

also look in the wiki there are more things explained...
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hi don't know if this work in wm6 ... i have made it in aku33 test (englisch too) and it works...

change the reg key in oem/qwerty to 3 at the end (dec.)

also look in the wiki there are more things explained...

Already tried, also followed the wiki.... Keyboard is OK. just the space key doesnt change to
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You can try to duplicate the file sym.0409.txt in the windows folder and name this new file sym.0407.txt. It worked for me for the french keyboard (sym.040C.txt in french).
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What Atmis said, I simply modified the sym.0409.txt file in /Windows so I easily could type Swedish characters such as , & with a/o + space. You need to copy it over to your computer with active sync, edit the file then move it back.
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What Atmis said, I simply modified the sym.0409.txt file in /Windows so I easily could type Swedish characters such as , & with a/o + space. You need to copy it over to your computer with active sync, edit the file then move it back.

Already tried to copy the origional sym.409.txt to sym.407.txt (german) but when i press the "blue" space nothing happens.
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You need to replace the sym.0409.txt file if your OS is in English.
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You need to replace the sym.0409.txt file if your OS is in English.

Actually i've 3 files (for testing) sym.0409.txt, sym.0407.txt, sym.txt and it does not work.

Having Hermes with QWERTZ keyboard (switzerland) and English WM6 (Vanilla)
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That's interesting. I had the same issues when upgrading my device to AKU 3.3. After some changing forward backward between English and German Keyboard it suddenly worked.

I also upgraded a second device and I cannot get the space key working to change between the special letters.

I know it does not help but maybe it's an device bug. I will downgrade the device the other device when I can get it back again and see if it works with the original image.

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