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Virtual JOG Control Keyboard for Mobile Phones Disclosure Number: IPCOM000129232D
Original Publication Date: 2005-Oct-03
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Oct-03
Document File: 1 page(s) / 174K

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A process is described for a configurable QWERTY type keyboard on small handheld phones using the JOG control only. This will allow the user to use one hand to use the device, the phone does not need to be a touch screen.

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Virtual JOG Control Keyboard for Mobile Phones

It is becoming more prevalent that the JOG control on small ends phones will be enlisted to perform more tasks. Using two hands on a small phone is difficult. An example phone is shown below in which a textfield is presented. The JOG down is pressed and a keyboard is presented below in which the JOG control can be used to traverse the keys, the JOG down will select the key and enter it into the textfield. The Virtual keyboard will scroll when necessary if the screen is too small.


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