To the chagrin of devoted hard QWERTY enthusiast, and to the joy of people who think it’s dumb to have to slide out an entire keypad just to type the letters “OK”, the Pre got its first onscreen keyboard last week. One problem! The installation process was complicated, dangerous and intimidating so I recommended most Pre-ers wait for a simple installer.
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