Remapping Key Functions

by Raghu D K » Tue, 06 Jan 2009 01:14:00 GMT


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 Hello All,

How do I map the keys to perform specific functions depending on the
application ?
For example:

Key 108 DPOD_UP      // For scrolling up in a Browser application
Key 108 VOLUME_UP // For Volume increase in the a Multimetia application


Warm Regards,
Raghu

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Remapping Key Functions

by Mark Murphy » Tue, 06 Jan 2009 01:28:21 GMT


 


Implement onKeyDown() or similar methods in your activities.

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