I've recently bought a Samsung Galaxy Pocket with Gingerbread (Android 2.3).
I expected Japanese not to be there as an input method, although Korean is there (why Korean and not Japanese and Chinese?), and anyway, I looked for apps that allowed me to type Japanese.
I found Google Japanese Input and Simeji. Both look wonderful... in the screenshots. I haven't tried any yet. The reason is that every time I try to turn them on, a warning appears that says (translated from italian):
Attention: this input method can gather all digited text, including password, credit card numbers and other personal data. Continue?
I didn't accept, but this means I cannot type Japanese. What is the exact meaning of this warning? I mean, other than the literal meaning that I can understand. Why should it take my credit card number, if and when I type it? Or my passwords? Or am I missing something?