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did you already post the results from the Keycodes run? I will implement all given keycodes with a phone ID over the next days.No, I didn't, but I suspect my key codes to be identical to what niz23 posted a while back. It also being from a similar Sony Ericsson phone.
Yes, it was merely a suggestion of a more generic solution. As you say, it might not be needed if the number of phone key mappings are limited.QuoteBut I would like to make a humble suggestion:yeah, good idea, but the actual Bluetooth_Dongle does not handle that. Let's see after a few more keycodes dumps how many variants of actual users we've got. After that I'll decide if it's worth the hassle to adapt the Bluetooth_Dongle (keep in mind that we have to be downwards compatible with the symbian mo).
Shouldn't key code mapping be a part of the device template?