Donald Trump tweeted condolences to Dwyane Wade and his family after first pointing to the killing of Wade's cousin as evidence for why he would earn black votes.

The condolences followed widespread criticism that his initial tweets about Aldridge's killing were insensitive — including from a family member of a victim at the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting

Trump's tweets about the killing of Nykea Aldridge, Wade's cousin, may reflect efforts by the Trump campaign's to change its candidate's style before the general election.

An Android device posted the first tweet on Wade's tragedy this morning, but Wade's first name was misspelled as "Dwayne." Politwoops, a Sunlight Foundation website that archives deleted tweets from politicians, recorded that the erroneous tweet was deleted after three hours.

Trump's Twitter account then posted the same tweet with the correct spelling of Wade's name this afternoon from an iPhone. Then another tweet was posted from an iPad expressing condolences for Wade and his kin.

David Robinson of Stack Overflow recently examined Trump's tweets and detailed the different messages posted by different devices to his account. Robinson concluded the GOP nominee posts directly from an Android device and his staff uses the other devices.

The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment regarding the tweets about Wade and the shift in tone.