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Old May 17th, 2010, 10:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The keyboard wasn't working that great for me, so i went into setting and found out you can calibrate it. It's working much better now. I highly recommend you guys doing it.

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Old May 17th, 2010, 11:12 AM   #2 (permalink)
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......and if you want to, here's how to get to it:

Settings> Language & Keyboard> Touch Input> Calibration Tool (near the bottom)
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......and if you want to, here's how to get to it:

Settings> Language & Keyboard> Touch Input> Calibration Tool (near the bottom)
Minor note: I believe you missed a step there. The complete flow is:

Settings> Language & Keyboard> Touch Input> Text Input> Calibration Tool (near the bottom)

Hope this helps someone out there.
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This feature seems to be missing in CM7. Is it somewhere else? I seem to miss keys a lot more since I flashed this ROM.
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does this affect other keyboards, or just the stock keyboard?
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Minor note: I believe you missed a step there. The complete flow is:

Settings> Language & Keyboard> Touch Input> Text Input> Calibration Tool (near the bottom)

Hope this helps someone out there.
I did it thanks...but what does this do 4 me ?
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Brilliant! When typing on my DSD i was forever hitting the S key rather than the A key and so on due to my large fingers, so this info has fixed it for me :-) Thank you.
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