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  1. lunapark

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    Hi

    I just flashed "Elelinux-7.0.0-RC1-Hero-v1.1" to my good old HTC Hero,
    and it really gave it a new life :)

    It runs perfectly nice and smooth.

    But..

    How can I change the keybord ?
    Before I used the "phone-pad" cause I think the screen is to small
    for qwerty-keybord.

    And now when I went through the trouble of rooting and flashing.
    Can it then be posible to gain access to international Android Market ?
    Im living i Denmark, and an exsample is that Spotify is'nt avaible i Denmark,
    and thats why I can't be located i my Android Market.
    Can this be fixed?
    Actually it seems like I have less options in the Market.

    Please be notice Im totaly noob about rooting.
     

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    But most important is to get rid of the Android keybord.
    I just want the good old ordinary phonepad.

    With the buttons 1-9 * and #.
     
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    Market enabler worked great :) Thanks

    But unfortunately I cant make the keypad work.
    I can install it, and enter the settings.
    But when I come to a point to use the keyboard its forced to close :-(

    Any suggestions ?
     
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    Try the flashable version Elelinux posted here.
     
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    Is that in the recovery-menu I need to run this flash?
    As I do when Im flashing ROM's ?

    I try flashing it... And it worked..
    I probably soon owe you a box of beers :)
     
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    BTW how did you find this flashable version ?

    When im entering www.elelinux.se all links are dead.

    I finally found soem widgets that are working with clock, date, weather etc.

    But where do I found a alarmclock like the one from HTC?

    It had alarmclock, stopwatch, laptime etc.
     
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    It's on the first page of the Elelinux 7.0.0 RC1 support thread at XDA, under Options.

    I believe that's just an alias to his ftp server.

    I think Beautiful Widgets provide the closest thing to the HTC Sense ones, which won't work on vanilla Android.
     
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