keyboard backlight problem - (simpler) fix and some thoughts I think I have a more simple fix for the keyboard backlight issue than completely reflashing the ROM. I too was having the keyboard backlight issue after installing the 1125G ROM from stock Gingerbread... but by the time I noticed, I had pretty much gotten my phone to where I wanted it. Total bummer. I tried the app that forces the keyboard on always, no dice... I tried the toggle with auto-backlight trick in the settings, it would bring the keyboard on, but not automatically. All I could do was trigger it for that instance. The second I turned my screen off and back on again, no keyboard backlight. I also noticed that auto-brightness was both not impacting the actual brightness, it would stay at whatever the last manual setting was, and that the keyboard was also being controlled by the same backlight setting. So for a while, it was triggering but was at such a dim level on the backlight, it did not even appear as if the keyboard was illuminated. I didn't want to reflash... what if I bricked it again and had to cycle through all the previous stock .sbfs? So much time, so much hassle... So after exhausting all the settings on that install, I decided I was determined to get the keyboard backlight working even if it meant .sbfing the whole gambit, but wanted to experiment before I claimed defeat and reflashed 1125G. So I rebooted into recovery and did wipe data/factory reset as well as wipe cache partition... rebooted the phone and it worked! So, I still have to reinstall everything, but Titanium will make that easy. Needless to say, one less step to fix the keyboard issue. Not entirely sure what did it, but I'd maybe suggest as a best practice for first time installs to 1125G that after the initial flash is successful, reboot into recovery and do one more wipe before setting up the phone. Anyway Calvin, been enjoying your ROM for a while and still do. It's small but happy I was able to contribute a lil bit. If anyone else tries this and it works, please say so in order for others to enjoy. And thank you to the community of dedicated Droid Pro users, you guys rock.