Android :: Android Phone With Korean Language SupportAug 15, 2010
I've searched but I haven't found any conclusive answers. If I buy an android phone on AT&T, could I text in Korean to both other android phones and iphones?
I've searched but I haven't found any conclusive answers. If I buy an android phone on AT&T, could I text in Korean to both other android phones and iphones?
How can i add Korean to the captivate?
the t mobile vibrant has a korean language setting on the phone but the ATT one does not have that (why att why .
thank for ur help also typing in korean would be nice too i dont see any options for the captivate but the vibrant has this..
I've just got myself and X10. Which is great. But, randomly the language settings seem to have changed to Korean! I've checked under the settings and they are still set as locale UK and language English but the keyboard is Korean.†View 2 Replies View Related
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If I run my android application with a HTC magic with locale English, I find my application running properly and if I try to run it on Motorola droid with locale Korean, My application(apk) is not even installing on the device. Does android support different language? Is it is because of different language OS versions?View 2 Replies View Related
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String text = "<?xml version="1.0"?>" +
"<speak version="1.0" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/10/synthesis" " +
"xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" " +
"xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.w3.org/2001/10/synthesis " +
"http://www.w3.org/TR/speech-synthesis/synthesis.xsd" " +
"tomato " +
"<phoneme alphabet="ipa" ph="təmei̥ɾou̥"> tomato </phoneme> " +
"That is a big car! " +
"That <emphasis> is </emphasis> a big car! " +
"That is a <emphasis> big </emphasis> car! " +
"That is a huge bank account! " +
"That <emphasis level="strong"> is </emphasis> a huge bank account! " +
"That is a <emphasis level="strong"> huge </emphasis> bank account!" +
"</speak>"; mTts.speak(text, TextToSpeech.QUEUE_ADD, null);
Does any Android TTS engine support any of the SSML elements?
Is there anyway for my phone to be able to support reading Arabic language?
I really need it, my phone will be complete this way.
I just got my HTC Desire with Android 2.1, and the first problem I'm running into a lot is when using the visual keyboard. Being multilingual and having friends who only speak one particular language, there's no single 'correct' input language setting for the word prediction feature, so I started looking into how much work it might be to extend the keyboard with two rather basic, though essential, features:
1) Showing the current language selection, so that I don't have to type stuff, getting it mis-corrected, then discover the language setting must be wrong, go into the settings, select to change language, select language, etc. until I get back, erase the old text and start over. That gets old real quick.
2) Being able to simple change whatever language is used for the word prediction by just having a button on the keyboard doing that directly, i.e. a button that just cycles through the 'relevant' languages with the key label showing which is currently active. Improving it even further, one might imagine:
3) Having a per contact setting, noting the word-prediction language that should be used when communicating with that user. But searching through the docs, I'm slowly coming to the realization that the input text language setting may not even be available to be changed outside the system settings dialog, making this impossible to implement - is that correct?
All arab users have a huge problem represented by the lack of arabic language in the phone and the SE help center advises us to use Third-Party application that supports arabic language.†Is there any intention to support arabic language in the xperia x10 in the coming update or any time in the near or far future?View 23 Replies View Related
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when a user runs our application, the Android system selects which resources to load, based on the device's locale.
So basically I want to add language option in my application and save user language preference, then load text resources based on user preference.
Is there any way to do this?
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e.g Unicode U+00C1 HTML
I currently get these characters by holding down AltGr key on my PC keyboard and hitting the appropriate letter. (my Language is set to UK). I have used these characters in a custom Android App but when I call the application the characters appear as a Square with question mark in the middle?
I can add words to my dictionary in Android by holding down the letters required and adding them to my Android Dictionary. but when the same words are called from my custom App they appear as a Square with question mark in the middle?
Couple of weeks ago before the release of the Legend, I have seen a video shows that it supports Arabic language.
YouTube - HTC Legend - Unboxing & Hands-On
I want to work on supporting my language, specially the writing on android. We use Arabic characters with little modification ( like parsi, urdu etc). I was hoping android has fully supported Arabic, then I would make changes to work with my language. but even 2.2 doesn't support Arabic. It just show Arabic characters and it is not connected.
Some individuals have made Arabic support on CyanogenMod ROM's for some HTC phones, but they would not tell how they made it. I've got the android source code, I want to know where to start, where to make changes , what is the library that handle fonts, shaping engine etc.
Ps: Android.com and other android related google groups are blocked in my country.
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Did anyone else have this issue and if so how did you resolve it?
I am loving this new firmware, I already noticed it is more responsive.
So I got my HTC Desire (Telus/Canada) a few days ago, and I am a complete noob when it comes to smartphones, this being my first one - but I learn very fast when it comes to these things.
Anyways - my issue is regarding reading incoming Korean SMS. I've already searched the market and installed Korean Input Keyboard which allowed me to write Korean. I've even gone to the point of installing the Korean UI through More Locale 2 to make my interface all Korean.
Anyways, the strange thing is - I can read/write Korean on my Android MSN (MSN Talk), but I cannot read incoming Korean SMS texts that may come from my friends, but on the flip-side, they can read what I'm sending them in Korean. None of my friends have the Desire (but they have android phones) so I'm left alone to search the net for a solution.
I don't want to "root" my phone - as I've found out that removes the warranty on the phone (kind of like jail-breaking I guess). I would if I've had the phone for a good 1.5~2years but since I got it only a few days ago, I'd like to avoid this. Sorry if this is in the wrong section of the forum. MOD can just move it if they wish.
I'm about to buy a Motorola Droid in five hours after much consideration and reading through forums. However, one question that has addressed me is whether or not the Droid has foreign language support, specifically Korean. I want to listen to some songs with Korean titles, but I'm not sure whether or not the Droid can display Korean letters in its music app. I've heard from previous Android users that 1.5 has difficulties displaying unicode letters and just makes them boxes, similar to the old Zunes (Lol fail player) which cannot support any Asian languages. Anybody have any experience with this?
ALSO regarding the Droid Eris. Is the on screen keyboard similar to the apple iPhone's (Response time, Sensitivity) or rather similar to the LG Dare (I despise this type of keyboard, slow, vibrate very uncoordinated). And since its running android 1.5 not 2.0, does this have problems with korean too?
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I want to target 1.5 and yet have the newer class (android.telephony.SmsMessage) run on devices with 1.6 or higher. How do I do this?
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