This seems to be a problem that everybody is not answering but the problem is relatively easy to fix. Of course once you have 3.2 installed and have a external keyboard connected, hit Alt-F1 to get a command line. First find out what your touchpad is ... Code: less /proc/bus/input/devices Find out what the Vendor ID and Product ID is for your touchsreen. Then go to .. Code: cd /system/usr/idc In there you will see other .idc files. Just copy one of the other idc files and change the name to suit your touchscreen. Code: cp Vendor_0001_Product_0002.idc Vendor_1110_Product_2220.idc Then all you have to do is reboot.