Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 6th Dec 2010 18:38 UTC
Google After countless rumours, leaked screenshots, and what not, Google has officially unveiled Android 2.3, dubbed Gingerbread, today. Accompanying the release of this new Android version is the Nexus S, a Samsung-made successor to HTC's Nexus One, which delivers the pure Google experience - unlocked, without additional crap.
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Bill Shooter of Bul
Member since:
2006-07-14

Yes. Or I think so. I have a lot of keyboards, I don't think I use the stock android one that much. That's sort of what's pretty cool about an open platform, if you don't like the way a built in part works, there is usually a third party replacement that does what you want.

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phoenix Member since:
2005-07-11

Heh, that would be true, except this LG Eve is stuck with Android 1.5, and all the nice apps and tools (like fancy keyboards) require 1.6. The LG keyboard and the stock keyboard work the same way when it comes to bouncing the screen to show word suggestions.

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Bill Shooter of Bul Member since:
2006-07-14

Ok, good point 1.5 was a bit primitive in what it offered.

You could give this a try: http://openetna.com/openetna/ Supposedly works for your phone.

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Mundbora Member since:
2010-12-09

I loaded 2.2 Openetna on my LG Eve. The phone rocks now.

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Mundbora Member since:
2010-12-09

I loaded 2.2 Openetna on my LG Eve. The phone rocks now.

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