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The new HTC input method for Android

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Master android ROM builder Haykuro has released an updated HTC IME (Input Method) for the G1 device!

Available for download from this entry on his blog, the IME adds QWERTY, 12 key and 20 key input methods that are far, far superior to the standard QWERTY provided in cupcake! A couple of screenshots for your pleasure...

IME1.jpgIME2.jpgIME3.jpg

I've installed the new input method on my device (via ADB) on my rooted, cupcake'd G1 (running Haykuro's 1.5 ADP build) and I love it! I've also actually removed the standard cupcake keyboard to free up a bit of memory.

I'm assuming root privileges are required to install... anyone? I understand a similar keyboard is preinstalled on the Magic, but since my review handset hasn't arrived yet, i'm not sure! Anyone? <_<

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this is exactly what i need on my magic. think i'm gonna give it back and wait for a hero. everything's about the phone is perfect except the qwerty.

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You can install this on your magic without root!

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giving it a go now. cheers Paul!

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it's amazing! just what i've been looking for. now i just need exchange. cheers!

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omg that keyboard looks amazing!!!! its not official , is it? too good to be true

Edited by Chad Petree
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Looks nice but try using it. I didn't rate it at all, and have reverted to the native one.

It's 'official' as in it's released by HTC. It's not official from Google.

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What T9 languages are in that keyboard?

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Looks nice but try using it. I didn't rate it at all, and have reverted to the native one.

It's 'official' as in it's released by HTC. It's not official from Google.

Why didnt u like it? ill give a try but i wont my magic till next month =/

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Why didnt u like it?

I didn't like the fact that the auto-suggest pops up over the top of where I'm typing, so obscuring what I've written. The HTC one doesn't do that. I also don't like the way the auto-suggest works in general, I found it inhibited my typing. Horses for courses though, some people may prefer it to the native KB.

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