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8320 - Inputting TRADITIONAL Chinese with pinyin?
I've just picked up my unlocked T-Mo 8320 today, and I've gotten kind of frustrated downloading, installing, re-downloading, re-installing different OSes on it trying to find one with TRADITIONAL Chinese with pinyin input.
Does anyone have any previous experiences they can share? Or am I basically stuck with simplified Chinese on the 8320?
The link below, provided by jdellasala in a different thread comprises of a list of providers with Chinese OS, but so far the 4 I've tried all do NOT have traditional input with pinyin.
Any input, suggestion, etc would be lovely, and much appreciated.
Of the 35 carriers (excluding t-Mobile) that carry the 8320, here are the 12 that carry the Chinese version of the 8320 OS and the version they have:
If you already have a version listed, download the matching version from above. You should then be presented with just the option to add the Chinese language portions of the OS.
If you have a HIGHER version on your 8320 already, you may want to use JL_Cmder to wipe the OS from the device.
Just remember to rename or delete the Vendor.xml file, and uninstall any other version of the 8320 OS you already have installed.
p.s. I have NO experience with the language, and just assume these will work for you. They are listed as (Chinese) as opposed to others that are listed as (East Asian).
Thanks Jerry. But the ones I have tried last nite from your links dont have them
they don't have input available yet,
I am Korean
and I am almost sure that
they will add that function to the new OS 4.5 when they release it.
because RIM will start selling BB to Korea
and I also saw the option to install those functions in 126.96.36.199,
but didn work,
however, they deleted the option on 188.8.131.52, I dunno why.
well I am hoping they are making the inputs for East Asian Languages
Actually they do. There is input for simplified... but I couldnt find the pinyin for traditional
Originally Posted by youngkwangk
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