Root remove ally keyboard shortcuts?

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  1. mattgaitan

    mattgaitan Well-Known Member
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    Is there any way to remove keyboard shortcuts for a rooted phone?

    For instance, while texting i sometimes press ALT+DEL and it removes the whole line i was typing. Kind of frustrating. So if there were a way to remove those shortcuts through terminal or modifying files that would be great
     

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  2. Vmanisme

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    Settings>Applications>Quick Lunch
    All shortcuts are there, you can dissable them by holding your finger on a shortcut for about 2-3 seconds and click "Ok" when it asks to clear
     
  3. mattgaitan

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    I've looked into that, that menu only lets me change what apps launch with certain keyboard combos. Which isn't what i need to change
     
  4. Vmanisme

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    you didn't try holding on the shortcut thats already preset, holding it for a few seconds lets you clear it.

    EDIT: Oh never mind I got it wrong, I see what you are saying now, hhmmm... I'll see what I can find.
     
  5. mattgaitan

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    Thanks :)
     
  7. Vmanisme

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    I cant find anything at all on disabling them... I'll talk to LG Pro and have him contact LG Dev's to see why that feature was not given, but I dont believe the Android system itself has ever had that feature because I cant even find how to get rid of it on any other Android device.
     
  8. mattgaitan

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    Yeah i couldn't find anything either, I think it's a key placement problem on LGs part, I've typed on the droid, and i haven't had this problem. So yeah, thanks anyways.
     
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