When the Java ME version of the Opera Mini Browser is running on many touch screen phones, an unnecessary virtual keypad appears at the bottom of the screen (image above left). The keypad wastes space, looks ugly and isn't needed with touch aware apps like Opera Mini. The keypad is not part of Opera Mini. It's something your phone adds because it doesn't recognize that Opera Mini is optimized for touch. There are several ways to get rid of the virtual keypad … Continue reading
How to hide the virtual keypad that appears in the Java ME version of the UC Browser on on some LG and Samsung touchscreen feature phones. With a link to modified signed versions of the UC Browser from UC 8.0 to the latest release. The process for modifying the UC Browser or any other Java app is exactly the same: 1.Download the app's jad file to a PC. 2. Open the downloaded .jad with a text editor or Windows Wordpad.