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SPH-M6200 (i600) - phone digits remapping?

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The phone digits on my korean M6200 (i600 compatible) are in a different position than on the i600. After flashing WM6.1 (EU) on the phone everything works great, except the phone digits are now in place where the i600 has them.

i600: QW112233OP

M6200: Q123TYUIOP

I have tried every possible remapping method I found on the net. Neither playing with the T9 mappings nor other registry changes seemed to have any effect. I even patched around in Samsung_I600_Layout.dll where there is some recognizable text that seems to describe the QW112233OP effect. I changed it so the 1 would hopefully match a W, but I it did not have any recognizable result. (Actually, I changed the file, then copied it to the phone and edited the registry entry [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Layouts\e0010409] -> "Layout File" to point to the new file.)

Funnily, when dumping the original registry on the WM5 M6200/M620 there is nothing special configured it seems that I could copy.

Playing with the scan program found with AEKMap shows that the scancode of the keys matches QW112233OP. So the middle keys actually send 1 2 and 3 and not the characters.

Maybe someone can shed some light on that issue. I can live with it but having the phone digits at the right position would be much better.

ArtX.

The Korean PhoneM6200.jpg

Samsung_I600_Layout.dll

30 00 20 00 31 04 52 00  31 00 45 00 32 04 59 00 0. .1.R.1.E.2.Y.
32 00 54 00 33 04 49 00 33 00 55 00 34 04 46 00 2.T.3.I.3.U.4.F.
34 00 44 00 35 04 48 00 35 00 47 00 36 04 4b 00 4.D.5.H.5.G.6.K.
36 00 4a 00 37 04 43 00 37 00 58 00 38 04 42 00 6.J.7.C.7.X.8.B.
38 00 56 00 39 04 4d 00 39 00 4e 00 be 00 2e 00 8.V.9.M.9.N.....[/codebox]

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