Motorola Droid :: Remove Clicking On Keyboard
when I type on my virtual keyboard (swype ) for every letter I type there is a click , I want to remove it but cant figure out how.
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Dev = ne0fhyk from XDA.
From the XDA forum: Link to app page = [APP][ROOT/Keyboard] Keyboard Manager - Dual keyboard: Portrait/landscape switch - xda-developers
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