How To Hide the Opera Mini 7.1 and 4.5 Virtual Keypad On Samsung, LG and Other Touchscreen Phones
By Johnson Khundrakpam
28 December, 2013

Opera mini170x283 1When 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.
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.

To remove virtual keypad, add the following lines at end of the contents of jad file:

MIDlet-Touch-Support: true
UseNativeTextButtons: hide
ReverseSoftkeys: hide
UseNativeCommands: hide
Navi-Key-Hidden: true
Nokia-MIDlet-On-Screen-Keypad: no
MIDlet-ScreenMode: ROTATE
MIDlet-Landscape-Support: true
LGE-MIDlet-Width: 240
LGE-MIDlet-Height: 400
LGE-MIDlet-On-Screen-Keypad: no
LGE-MIDlet-Display-Mode: both

After modified, upload the jad file to any hosting site like dropbox and download the file by noted down the download link in dropbox again using inbuilt browser.

Enjoy. :)

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