05-16-2009 06:15 AM
Bought official Blackberry 8320 from your dealer in Ukraine, but it hasn't ukrainian input, only russian.
It there a firmware or something to add ukrainian input to device?
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05-16-2009 07:04 AM - edited 05-16-2009 07:04 AM
05-16-2009 07:43 AM
If you can find the OS that has the Ukranian language, it is a process of moving those language cod files from that OS to the new OS, but I don't know the exact process, and then editing another file.
Check out this service and see if they can help you:
05-16-2009 08:17 AM
I can read ukrainian symbols just good. The problem is in typing!
It's just quite of strange - to sold device in country without supporting the one's language.
Ok, thank you guys, I will try to contact RIM official dealer here and return device if there is no solution.
05-18-2009 01:12 AM
Be careful with playing with device OS cod files.
You can brick the device.
I don't think anyone will brick a device playing with language cod files.
But just in case, I mentioned the professional service linked in my post
10-28-2009 05:51 PM
I want to add one more question about this subject.
I just got a new blackberry as a present. It is brand new. But I am moving to Ucraine soon, would it work over there? can I just activate it with any ucranian carrier???
thanks a lot!
12-06-2009 05:40 AM
That lack of a Ukrainian input is *such* a PITA!!
I constantly have to refer back to a special text and email I have stored (because they seem to use different codepages and you can't cross-copy!) and swap applications back and forth so I can copy and past the і, ї & є letters that don't exist in Russian but *do* in Ukrainian. That said, I often cheat and just change back to the English keyboard input to type in i's.
Regardless, it's infuriating..../Taras
01-13-2010 01:16 PM
It is disgusting! The company sells phones in one of the greatest European countries and has not established support of an official language of this country. Shame to the RIM!
I consider possibility to sue on them.