Version: 0.2 Platforms: Java Categories: System Utilities Upload Date: 9 May 11 Developer:
Distribution Type: Freeware
File Size: 5 Kb
Rating: 2.2/5 (Total Votes: 6)
KeyInfo - This app is used to test phone keys and switch sensors.
It will show what key you have pressed, in addition to the system name for the key and the Java key code for it. It can be very useful to identify broken or "stuck" keys in your cellphone.
Source code is available from authors blog.
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