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Droid X Keyboard

Discussion in 'cvpcs' started by michaelearth, Aug 29, 2010.

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    Can I use the Droid X's multitouch keyboard on Saphire 1.0? If it is compatible, where can I get it?

    Thanks, I searched the forum but had no luck in finding any info on this.
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    im not sure if there is a version of the droid X's keyboard available, but there is a droid2 version (which i believe is the basically exact same thing) there is a themed version available under the incognito theme section on this thread, and im sure a quick search on xda will show u the non-themed one.

    p.s. it works great, currently my fav keyboard and ive tried almost all of em
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    does anyone have a link to where I can download the apk?
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    Ok I searched on XDA and i found it (DroidX Multi-touch keyboard for Froyo - xda-developers) but from the instructions given on that page on how to install it, I just dont understand it.

    Can some one help me?

    Thanks1
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    push just means move the files to that location. It's the command in ADB shell I think. You can use root explorer or some other such program to accomplish the same thing (again, I think that's right).