General ShapeWriter Keyboard - Can you reverse back to the original keyboard?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by androidrules, May 7, 2010.

  1. androidrules

    androidrules Member
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    I am thinking about trying ShapeWriter Keyboard but have some concerns before I dive in. Can you also utilized the voice recording function if SW is installed? Also can you revert back to the original keyboard that came installed on the DI phone after installing SW?

    Thanks for any input...;)
     

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  2. crimton

    crimton Well-Known Member
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    you can uninstall it or just longpress the space where you type and change input method
     
  3. gruss

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    What he said.. I'm using it now, in some ways its better than swipe in others worse. Still worth giving a shot.
     
  4. Crashumbc

    Crashumbc Well-Known Member
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    B'more

    Did you get it off the market? When I tried it(shapewriter) last week, it seemed to bug out on login screens. I literal couldn't login into these forums without switching back to the default keyboard.

    That said its VERY easy to install and switch between keyboards on the fly :)
     
  5. wannainc

    wannainc Well-Known Member
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    Got it off the market..have had no problems. Love it because it remembers words i use and I barely have to reach the correct keys in order for it to recognize the word.
     
  6. Topshelf

    Topshelf Well-Known Member
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    Took me a day to adjust to this completely new technique, but I'm quickly falling in love with Shapewriter. There are times when I need to switch back to the stock keyboard, I find typing complicated passwords frustrating, but it's so simple that it's not an issue.
     

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