BB Curve 8900 :: How Can I Add Korean Language To Device?
Aug 30, 2009
I've got my blackberry from my sister.So she's already chosen the language.unfortunately, she didn't choose korean.
and i really need to type and read in Korean.So anyone can help me with my problems? how can i read and type in korean after she set the device into only english and Chinese?
im a 9360 user, i seted up for east asain language pack through blackberry desktop. however i only can read the laugages not typing. so i downloaded the all language pack from rim but my mac can't install it.could please let me know how i can set up using korean for input and display language
I realize that in HK there are Samsung models that display Korean Language. Can anyone list what they are? It might be really useful for those Koreans DYING to get their phones on their mother language.
I've been playing around with it for hours but I can't seem to find a foreign language support. I do business w/ korean clients so this is really important to me. Korean fonts appear as bunch of squares. What can I do to read Korean fonts either on website or email? Also, how can I type Korean or Japanese? Is it even possible?
I wonder how to install the korean language on my nokia, because if the text is written in korean (hangul), it just appear as squares, and the problem is, I have a lot of korean song in my phone and also korean dictionary, so it only appears as square, square, and square, so please help me, is there a language pack or application or software of korean that I could download??
I have a Danish SK17i with build 4.1.B.0.587. It has stock ROM and is rootet. What I want to accomplish, is to write Korean, but I do not want to change menus etc to Korean. I have tried a number of keyboard apps from the Play Store, but none of them support the SYM key and the globe key on the hardware keyboard (and some didn't support HW keyboard at all). I've also tried changing the HW keyboard as described on xda dev [URL]. Is there a way to add Korean to the writing languages of the stock keyboard, or do I need a custom ROM?
I was hoping somebody could help me out finding a way to get Hangul on my phone, or at least flash my U700 to get the Korean firmware on my phone. I've been searching on the internet for quite a while now but I still can't find anything. Does anyone know how / where I can find / install Korean/Hangul on my U700?
i just bought a blackberry 8900 with arabic support and arabic input support as well.i connected me 8900 to my laptop and got a prompt for device software update which i did.now i am unable to view pages in arabic or write arabic language. the new software doesnot support arabic language, i checked with the desktop software as well. is there any way i can get arabic support as well as arabic input support.
My model actually is E72-1, which does not consist of Chinese language, therefore i can't read all the chinese SMS. Who can assist or advise me how to install additional device language or remove unnecessary language.
So basically I must have pressed Alt and Enter and the language options came up. I cleared that screen and now every time I go to type whether in an email, bbm, sms, or my browser I have a little EN box in the top right hand corner of my screen. And it's pretty darn annoying. How do I get rid of this? I've tried doing a battery pull, connecting my phone to my desktop manager on my laptop and unticking all the languages apart from UK English. And yet it is STILL there. It is driving me quite insane
i have the language icon showing in the top right corner for the 8900 & not i cant get rid of it, i know how it got there but the same method wont get rid, i know some other users are having the same issue for the bold & storm but the options they have to get rid of it arn't displayed on the 8900, any ideas?!
I just got my phone today (my first BlackBerry, actually!), and things were smooth until I got to setting up the e-mail. Despite everything else being in english, the setup for the e-mail is in Spanish... How in the heck do I change this to english?
This icon just appeared today, (I think maybe my daughter turned it on somehow) and I can't figure out how to turn it off. It is an icon that says EN in the top right corner of the display when I go to type anything. I looked in options --> language and didn't see anything that would let me turn it off.
For some reason, the 'input' language has started to appear in the top right hand corner of the SMS composition screen. Ever since this has happened, my text message function hasn't been working properly - people have said that they have been receiving my texts as a series of symbols and squares, and I can't send anything if the cursor is on a word not recognised by the dictionary. My partner has the same phone as me, and I've checked that our settings appear identical, but I am the only one experiencing these problems!
Just got myself a BB 8900, however it dosent seem to have any device memory, i have looked under memory in the options menu and it doesnt say anything about device memory and when i connect it to my PC i cannot find the phone on my computer unless i have a memory card pluged in,
I tried to write some Greek characters and now I ma stuck with a useless indicator on my upper-right corner of the screen! I do not want it there, but I see no option to remove it Is there a workaround? I ma running the latest official OS.
I woke up this morning with my blackberry turned off, I tried turning it on and the red led light just came on then came off. I tried connecting to my computer and I wasn't being recognized at all, I took out the battery and tried again. This time is said unknown device found but couldn't install the device properly. I tried to manually install the drivers but no luck. The phone will stay red when connect to my computer but will pause and try to connect again
I also was trying to follow the steps to rebooting the OS using APP LOADER but can't USB connection isn't even in the drop down menu. Is there anything I can do to fix this issue? Thanks.
This is my first Blackberry. It's a Curve 9320. I switched it on, and it comes up with Device Language Selection Screen with English (US) and a down arrow, and an OK box. Nothing I've tried gets me past this screen. I would prefer UK English, but either English would do if I could use the phone! The paperwork that came with the phone seems to assume you know how to use it. Searching the Blackberry site hasn't come up with anything useful.
My friend has a Blackberry Curve (Verizon). He wants to input Korea text.I remember posting on how to input Korean. He did exactly that. His Blackberry can now read Korean texts but cannot input Korean.He is using a Blackberry Curve from Verizon and has OS 4.7.Can someone please explain clearly and simply on how to input Korea text on the Blackberry Curve?I would greatly appreciate it.
So I know the curve 8900 doesn't come with 3G, but someone told me it's possible to turn it on and the option is hidden somewhere in the setup. Is this true? If so, does anyone know who to crack into this and turn it on?The main reason I ask is because my browser loads really slowly, I'm on t-mobile btw, not sure if that makes a difference. The pages also don't load fully and some images and videos don't load at all. Wondering if 3G will help with this.
What does UMA mean on the BlackBerry Curve 8900? I know it's possible to make phone calls using the wifi connexion.. but my question is, how does it works? These minutes are counted on my cell phone plan? is it like regular data, so the phone calls are free of charges? What's the UMA advantage, is it possible to make long distance call or international call for cheaper (or free?).
I've had my BlackBerry (an 8900 curve) for a couple months now, and I'm just wanting to get some new ideas on what I can do with it.As of now, I get RSS feeds, text, email, IM sometimes, use it as my main mp3 player, use wiki and google, get my Facebook events on the calendar, it's my alarm clock, I take pics with it, and it's great!What am I missing? Can this thing do more?
I've bought an BB 8900 curve from Orange Romania with a data plan for BB.I don't know how to use the gps and bbmaps. On the book, at gps technology, it says that to go in the phonemenu at option>advance options>gps. after i activate the gps, on the book, it says to switch the application to bbmaps but i don't have that option.In the phonemenu at advance option in have bbmaps but i don't know what to do with it.
My Curve 8900 has started to lock on it's own. Sometimes it happens when I'm typing an email or text, sometimes it happens when I'm waiting for a browser page to upload. Initially I thought it might be a particular keystroke I was hitting but it has happened when I'm simply holding the device and not typing at all. Has anyone had this problem or does anyone know how to fix it?
The blackberry desktop software does not have blackberry device software for the device that you have connected to the computer. Please contact your service provider or system admin. Ive tried everything im on error 507 it wont let me load the stock OS nor a BETA OS.
im stuck and I have no clue what to do, this happened after I tried upgrading to the new BBM it first went into JVM 545 now I cant do anything. I have restarted my computer plenty of times ive tried repair the OS that I have installed noting, and blackberry tech support are not willing to help me and tmobile doesn't know anything
My home broadband is down. My box is broke.I know I can use my BB as a modem to use the internet on my laptop.All very easy to set up via the pc software...My question is, would my network (02UKy know I'm doing so? I rang them to ask and they told me t'd cost me a bomb. But is that just because they had the chance to throw a charge at me?Would they know by the type or amount of data being used or by any other way?I have a BB Bolt on (unlimited BB usage) on my contract!