ComposeKey – Samsung Omnia Pro – B7610 & B7620
I don’t like the default behavior of the Samsung Omnia Pro composer key, so I wrote several apps to modify the behavior.
Default behavior: Opening Samsung Composer Application (see image below)
Currently I only list these tools who change the behavior of the ComposeKey on the Samsung Omnia Pro B7610 – B7620. None of these tools are running processes.
All tools are optimized for speed & minimal memory use. They are only executed when you press the Compose key on your B7610 – B7620.
|ComposeKey - Backslash (446)||act like key|
|ComposeKey - Tab (470)||act like Tab key 1|
|ComposeKey - Ctrl A (422)||act like ctrl+A|
|ComposeKey - Ctrl A Ctrl C (420)||act like ctrl+A followed by ctrl+C|
|ComposeKey - Ctrl A Ctrl X (426)||act like ctrl+A followed by ctrl+X|
|ComposeKey - Ctrl C (400)||act like ctrl+C|
|ComposeKey - Ctrl V (394)||act like ctrl+V|
|ComposeKey - Ctrl X (382)||act like ctrl+X|
|ComposeKey - Ctrl Z (385)||act like ctrl+Z|
|ComposeKey - Open Email ComposeNew (374)||directly open a new email|
|ComposeKey - Open Email Inbox (387)||directly go to the email inbox|
|ComposeKey - Open SMS ComposeNew (416)||directly open a new sms|
|ComposeKey - Open SMS Inbox (401)||directly go to the sms inbox|
|ComposeKey - Polish V3.1 (492)||specially for polish users, change regular characters to polish characters
a -> ą c -> ć e -> ę l -> ł
n -> ń o -> ó s -> ś z -> ź
Update Change V3.1:
z -> ż and x -> ź (as it should be, thx to .:stn:.)
How to use Polish cab ?
Press the compose key within range of 3 characters of the character needs to be changed.
The closest changeable character from the left of the cursor will be changed.
Note: You don’t need to restart the device! WM installer thinks that it is needed but it isn’t. (in this case)
When you make a cab, you can’t decide if the device needs a reboot or not. WM installer makes that decision.
1 Known issue with the Samsung software keyboard
If you press compose key (tab) you get a T9 option menu of the Samsung software keyboard.
If you select the windows keyboard (or another), you don’t have this issue.
If you had a real TAB key on your physical keyboard, it would be exactly the same behavior.
This is a ‘bug’ of the poorly written Samsung software keyboard.
If you would like a simular software keyboard, try using: FingerKeyBoard dev.by XDA