Trick to remove virtual keypad and enable auto rotation in java apps in Bada 2.0


Hiii guys I’m very glad to tell you the easiest Trick to remove virtual keypad and enable auto rotation in java apps in your bada phone.just follow the following simple steps-

1.Connect your phone in mass storage mode

2.Go to mmc<others<@java@<uc browser.

3.Open Uc browser.jad as text and delete all d syntax to make it blank.

4.Now copy d following syntax in it and save the file.That’s it, now disconnect your phone and open Uc browser.Now your browser will have no virtual keypad and it can rotate in landscape as per your phones position.


MIDlet-1: Google Maps, ,
MIDlet-Jar-URL: GoogleMaps.jar
MIDlet-Jar-Size: 851121
MIDlet-Name: Google Maps
MIDlet-Icon: icon43x38.png
MIDlet-Version: 3.0.2
MIDlet-Vendor: Google
UseAnimation: true
PlatformID: Samsung-GT-S5620
GpsEnabled: true
BackKey: -9991
SelectKey: -9994
MaxFlashSize: 200000
AltZoomOutKey: 0
UseNativeMenus: false
UseNativeTextButtons: false
UseNextPreviousForSearch: true
MaxFlashRecordStores: 200
RightSoftKey: -9993
MenuKey: -9995
MaxCacheDataSize: -1
ReverseSoftkeys: false
MicroEdition-Profile: MIDP-2.0
TalkKey: -9996
MIDlet-Touch-Support: true
UseNativeCommands: false
TrafficRenderLevel: -1
MVM-Pause-Background: false
AltZoomInKey: 0
ClearKey: -9997
LeftSoftKey: -9992
DistributionChannel: gmm-samsung
MicroEdition-Configuration: CLDC-1.0
MIDlet-ScreenMode: ROTATE

Copy the entire syntax..If still having any problm jst contact me on [email protected] .

Ur replies r most welcome. Njoy ;-))

14 thoughts on “Trick to remove virtual keypad and enable auto rotation in java apps in Bada 2.0

  1. Arjun

    dude. its totaally cunfusing . mahn, i tried. for almost . 4 5 times. noting actuly happnd . :( :( and i totally agrre with @sprok86 the OL method was nice. 😀 😀

  2. The Jackal

    Woah! You can’t just use a different app’s configuration settings indescriminantally some java apps actually use some of those settings!

    As the previous posters have mentioned the tutorial above is the correct one.


  3. _king_

    Actually, it is enough if you just add these two lines two an existing JAD file:

    MIDlet-Touch-Support: true
    MIDlet-ScreenMode: ROTATE

    Adding it all will lead to unpredictable results. Guaranteed.

  4. Rajesh

    Like King said – you just have to add the above lines. Replacing the whole jad-file-content with another configuration doesn’t make any sense. Adding these two lines should be sufficient:

    MIDlet-Touch-Support: true
    MIDlet-ScreenMode: ROTATE

  5. Justmewave!

    hey what is a UC browser? how do you go to mmc<others<@java@<uc browser?? please hellpp…i hate that keypad…

  6. Ashish

    hey dude i have done this succesfully but when io am rotating it it doesn’t display full screen there r some space on right and left.As in simple it does not come on full screen….plea do something

  7. khizar

    ashish same probl as here but any app. u want to one more click this apps wat evr u run then display d full screen n thankx so much pratik

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