Gingerbread Keyboard Comes Knocking in Android 2.2

By Shaon, Gaea News Network
Thursday, December 9, 2010

One of the most improved section of the Android’s Gingerbread update, the incredibly intuitive and elegant keyboard is getting a release on the current generation of Android based phones.

The stock keyboard of the Android was widely criticized for being a bit messy to used. The Gingerbread upgrade saw a complete overhaul and now the updated keyboard is being seen as Androids strength. The user is required to download a simple zip file in order to get an early preview of this feature can be installed on the current Android phones just easily as one would install a ROM, theme or a Kernel. It is advisable to back everything up before installing it. However we are bound to advise you to do that before any new software is installed.

The Gingerbread keyboard is a free download for use on phones running the 2.2 version of the Android’s ROM. Droid X users however will need go to mounts and storage>mount system and then back to install .zip from sd card.

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December 9, 2010: 11:53 pm

The keyboard surely looks elegant and the best thing about is the fact that it can be downloaded for free.Would like more updates on it.

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