I did a post a while ago explaining how to modify Opera Mini's jad file to hide the unneeded touch keypad that displays at the bottom of the screen on some touchscreen phones. The post included a link to the modified Opera Mini. I received a request asking for a copy of the latest signed Java version of UC Browser modified to hide the keypad.
The process for modifying the UC Browser or any other Java app is exactly the same as what was described in the original post:
1.Download the app's jad file to a PC. You can get UC Browser jad files (signed or unsigned )
2. Open the downloaded mini.jad with a text editor or Windows [font=Verdana, Arial, Tahoma, Calibri, Geneva, sans-serif]
3. Scroll to the bottom of the file and paste in the following lines:
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MIDlet-Touch-Support: True UseNativeTextButtons: hide ReverseSoftkeys: hide UseNativeCommands: hide Navi-Key-Hidden: true Nokia-MIDlet-On-Screen-Keypad: no MIDlet-ScreenMode: ROTATE MIDlet-Landscape-Support: true LGE-MIDlet-Width: 240 LGE-MIDlet-Height: 400
:xinhqua: :xinhqua:4. Upload the file to Dropbox.com or another file sharing service that is easy to use in your phone browser.
5. Visit Dropbox with your phone browser and click the modified mini.jad link to download it to your phone.
If that didn't work or you don't have a PC or are just in a hurry