I would guess lights for capacitive keys are in system/usr/keylayout
To find the keys, boot to recovery go advanced > key test, press the capacitive buttons and take note of the numbers.
Or maybe you could edit build.prop by changing:
qemu.hw.mainkeys to zero.
also, if your phone is rooted then go to system, usr, keylayout, and open generic.kl with a text editor, find the number of the keys that you want to disable and put a "#" sign at the start of the line. Save the file and reboot phone. Now the keys are disabled.
Edited by george109, 16 April 2013 - 09:11 PM.
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