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  1. Toke1985

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    Hallo Android people

    Is it possible to remove the arrow keys on the standard keyboard on the HTC one X ??
    I heard people say it is possible but can't find a guide to it. And when i played around with it in the mobil shop, I could not find the option?
     

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  2. El Presidente

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    It doesn't look like you can unfortunately. Your only option is to install an alternative keyboard, sorry.
     
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    Thx for the answer. I most find another way, maybe viset HTC and tell them to stop doing stupid mistakes. They alsmot always make perfect products but then they make som stupid mistakes and the product is only 80% of what it could have been.
     
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    They look a bit silly, but they don't take up much of the screen. I've actually found them to be really handy. The only reason I use an alternative keyboard is to space the keys out a little more. I've fat fingers and the keys on the HTC Keyboard are a little close together.
     
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    Personally I prefer to use Go Keyboard, lots of different themes and customization bits
     
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    Ive found the arrow keys to be really helpful to be honest. Also ive started using the built in swype
     
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    Go Keyboard works much better for me. I found that the default keyboard had a very tiny spacebar and I kept pressing full stop instead. That was my main gripe with it.
     
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    Yup same here
     
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