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Default Droid X Multitouch Keyboard Working For Aria

Tested On Stock Rooted Rom And Liberated Rom.

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Yep, works just fine! How is it different than the stock keyboard though? Does multi-touch make it different? I can't really tell yet
 
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I don't notice anything either.

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I don't notice anything either.

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From what I can tell it allows you to type faster by allowing you to put to fingers on the keyboard so when you take the first finger off it will then select the input of the second finger but vibrate on key press dont work but I am running this on a HTC Hero (GSM)
 
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Tested On Stock Rooted Rom And Liberated Rom.

works great!
Do u have to have a rooted aria or can u just sideload it on the aria like i did for swype.
 
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nope you dont need to be rooted
 
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Can this be installed from the memory card? astro file managers giving me a headache!

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From what I can tell it allows you to type faster by allowing you to put to fingers on the keyboard so when you take the first finger off it will then select the input of the second finger but vibrate on key press dont work but I am running this on a HTC Hero (GSM)
I agree I'm using it on my Aria and it does feel faster! I also feel it's better than Swype.


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Can this be installed from the memory card? astro file managers giving me a headache!

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Worked for me from the sdcard using Astro. Are you refering to installing it from Clockwork recovery? If so not sure.
 
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This might even be better than swype... Nice job on the link.
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i tried installing it from the memory card but it never works so I sideloaded. It says it was successful, but doesn't show up in input method nor for the application menu. does it automatically take over touch input?
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