I'm on Nexus One so it could be different...
After the upgrade, I got similar message (no space available). Luckily, i have a few kb left, enough to launch terminal and run the cachesd command by a2sd. The problem I believe is that dalvik cache is moved to phone memory after the update. Just...
Found the answer. I didn't sign it (as directed in the translation thread, which will not make it work).
I use Apk Manager for this, quite simple and straight forward.
I wanted to try translating some app myself. I followed the guide from XDA to use apktool to decompile the apk files, change a few strings. However, when I compile it again (apktool b), the file size is slightly larger than the original file (way more than the change), and META-INF...
The thing is what they are going to do with the data. If it's a chinese government backed organization and you're a Chinese citizen, you're ****ed. For foreigners, I don't think it's going to be a problem.
Again, if the concern was addressed with TCP dump, it's should be safe then.
The keyboard reset is due to the fact that you have one of the keyboard installed in SD card. This app in SD bug will clear most of the default choices (same thing goes for home launcher, etc). Fix: move all the keyboard to phone memory.