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Based on this language pack I created one for the french keyboard

This means it is AZERTY and it has the following symbols on JKL:
J - @
K - €
L - =

The language pack has support for the following languages:
- Dutch
- English
- French
- Spanish
- Italian
- German

Best Regards,

GOoS


Could you maybe make a cab with these language files but with the german keyboard (QWERTZ)?

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Could you maybe make a cab with these language files but with the german keyboard (QWERTZ)?


Could you post your kmap file from your device?

I will make German version with that

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Could you post your kmap file from your device?

I will make German version with that


When I am at home I will post my kmap file. I have a German S620 / and the right keymapping but without the right dictionary.
Can I install the dictionary and overwrite the kmap file?
@ john1983: can post something so I know you still waiting for the kmap file. Thx ;-)

Edited by jenja7, 05 May 2008 - 10:48 AM.

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hI aLL
I WANT to know is that language pack work with HTCS630 ?
I need to write in spanish in my phone.
Regards
Juan A.


Based on Paul's Vox eT9 Language Pack, I prepared an eT9 Language Pack, suited for HTC Excalibur (HTC S620, T-Mobile Dash, SPV E600) with any WM6 ROM that bears eT9 (xT9).

It is based on my HTC S620 with T-Mobile's WM6 ROM, however it should be working with any future WM6 ROM.
It contains the following languages:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Dutch
  • Czech
  • Greek
  • Romanian
  • Polish
  • Portugese
  • Sloval
  • Turkish
  • Hungarian


For those who want to use Greek Language with 160 characters on SMSs, they should also install the SMS160 utility by Ace Hellas.

However, there are some issues with"Tab" and "Sym" keys that need to be solved and your help will be appreciated.

I don't know if several keyboard mappings exist around for this device; mine is the one with £,$,€ symbols on J,K,L letters respectively. If you have a different keyboard, let me know.

Thanks,
Costas (kalantz)
Greece.


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Based on this language pack I created one for the french keyboard

This means it is AZERTY and it has the following symbols on JKL:
J - @
K - €
L - =

The language pack has support for the following languages:
- Dutch
- English
- French
- Spanish
- Italian
- German

UPDATE: First version had a problem with the sym key. v1.2 solves this. Remove the first version before installing v1.2

Best Regards,

GOoS



After installing this pack, do I must to do anything else ?? It's not working.
How do I change the languages ?? English is still the default.

Thanks :D

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Edited by seucuca, 12 June 2008 - 11:57 AM.

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Based on Paul's Vox eT9 Language Pack, I prepared an eT9 Language Pack, suited for HTC Excalibur (HTC S620, T-Mobile Dash, SPV E600) with any WM6 ROM that bears eT9 (xT9).

It is based on my HTC S620 with T-Mobile's WM6 ROM, however it should be working with any future WM6 ROM.
It contains the following languages:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Dutch
  • Czech
  • Greek
  • Romanian
  • Polish
  • Portugese
  • Sloval
  • Turkish
  • Hungarian


For those who want to use Greek Language with 160 characters on SMSs, they should also install the SMS160 utility by Ace Hellas.

However, there are some issues with"Tab" and "Sym" keys that need to be solved and your help will be appreciated.

I don't know if several keyboard mappings exist around for this device; mine is the one with £,$,€ symbols on J,K,L letters respectively. If you have a different keyboard, let me know.

Thanks,
Costas (kalantz)
Greece.


My J,K,L is supposed to be @,$,= but it's £,$,€, as well as my M is supposed to be ! but is =, my N is supposed to be & but is @, and my Q is supposed to be % but is !

Do you have any solutions for this? It's kind of a pain to have to remember which one is which.

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My J,K,L is supposed to be @,$,= but it's £,$,€, as well as my M is supposed to be ! but is =, my N is supposed to be & but is @, and my Q is supposed to be % but is !

Do you have any solutions for this? It's kind of a pain to have to remember which one is which.


i also am wondering the same thing, and if anyone has any insight it would be very much appreciated

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I think my problem is a little bit more complicated...

I have a Portuguese-Brazilian Version of HTC-S621 wich is now running WM6.1 from Kavana (english) and the keyboard is crazy!

The FN key is not working at all. The layout has ç in J, º in K and ª in L.

The numeric keypad is acting like a standard cell phone keypad, wich means that if you press 2 (for example) several times, the letters A,B or C shows (one for each time you press). If you press 3, the letters D,E,F shows. If you press 4, the letters G,H,I shows.. and so on... so, it´s working as a standard cell phone keyboard. Other keys than the numeric keypad are working except for the non working FN key.

Can you help in any way? I tried to get a picture but i think it´s not sharp, so, if i can help you, please, let me know.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi JoeSkull!

Your problem is in fact really easy!

By default, Karvana removed the xT9 from his ROM... and left the standard phone keyboard layout (as your reported).

You need to install the xT9 .cab that is available at the xda-developers forum. Then, copy the .cab to your phone and run.

It will install the xT9 dictonaries to many languages. In Notepad (or in WORD), press FN+SPACE to access the xT9 properties and select the ENGLISH language. You just need than to edit the keyboard layout (follow the threads here and at the xda-developers forum to do so) to match the special keys to the ENGLISH version. Basically you copy the keyboard layout to your coputer, change the characters in the file and copy back to your phone.

If you select the PORTUGUESE language, it will work really fine... BUT, it will not function the SHIFT/CAPS key. And for that, my friend, I did not found any solution yet. You will be able to write but without capital letters.

To sum up, just install the xT9, select ENGLISH, edit the keyboard layout and you are done. and wait until I (or some one else) report a solution to the "CAPS missfunction".

Cheers...

Jhordan


I think my problem is a little bit more complicated...

I have a Portuguese-Brazilian Version of HTC-S621 wich is now running WM6.1 from Kavana (english) and the keyboard is crazy!

The FN key is not working at all. The layout has ç in J, º in K and ª in L.

The numeric keypad is acting like a standard cell phone keypad, wich means that if you press 2 (for example) several times, the letters A,B or C shows (one for each time you press). If you press 3, the letters D,E,F shows. If you press 4, the letters G,H,I shows.. and so on... so, it´s working as a standard cell phone keyboard. Other keys than the numeric keypad are working except for the non working FN key.

Can you help in any way? I tried to get a picture but i think it´s not sharp, so, if i can help you, please, let me know.

Thanks in advance.


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Based on Paul's Vox eT9 Language Pack, I prepared an eT9 Language Pack, suited for HTC Excalibur (HTC S620, T-Mobile Dash, SPV E600) with any WM6 ROM that bears eT9 (xT9).

It is based on my HTC S620 with T-Mobile's WM6 ROM, however it should be working with any future WM6 ROM.
It contains the following languages:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Dutch
  • Czech
  • Greek
  • Romanian
  • Polish
  • Portugese
  • Sloval
  • Turkish
  • Hungarian


For those who want to use Greek Language with 160 characters on SMSs, they should also install the SMS160 utility by Ace Hellas.

However, there are some issues with"Tab" and "Sym" keys that need to be solved and your help will be appreciated.

I don't know if several keyboard mappings exist around for this device; mine is the one with £,$,€ symbols on J,K,L letters respectively. If you have a different keyboard, let me know.

Thanks,
Costas (kalantz)
Greece.


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Hello Kalantz!

I have a HTC S621 (dash).

Do you have some idea about how can I do to change the layout. My phone have spanish layout:

ñ for K
! for M
; for ,
@ for J
: for .

And actually my phone is functioning with US layout.

Thank you.

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Does anyone know how I can get WM6? I currently have 6.1 and don't want it anymore. I tried going to the t-mobile windows mobile upgrade site, but something's wrong with the HTC server and it won't allow me to download it. Anyone?

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Costa,

it is possible to port this to the Juno (Shadow) platform so I can use the Greek language there?
Efharistw!

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This soft finally turned my AZERTY keyboard into an AZERTY keyboard, thanks! It works in Word and other text applications, but when I just want to find a contact and press the top left letter A it looks for contacts with the letter Q (so it still uses the qwerty keyboard). Other keys give...

Q => A (although the blue search bar says it is a #)
W => Z (although the blue search bar says it is a *)
Z => W (although the blue search bar says it is a 1)

Nothing I can't live with but it would be nice to see azerty show up when looking for contacts (however when I am actually inside the contacts menu and wants to edit or add a person it is again azerty)...

(French Azerty HTC S620 with Mobile 6.1)

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Sorry, but I can't seem to find the right program to open this *.cab file. Help!



Based on Paul's Vox eT9 Language Pack, I prepared an eT9 Language Pack, suited for HTC Excalibur (HTC S620, T-Mobile Dash, SPV E600) with any WM6 ROM that bears eT9 (xT9).

It is based on my HTC S620 with T-Mobile's WM6 ROM, however it should be working with any future WM6 ROM.
It contains the following languages:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Dutch
  • Czech
  • Greek
  • Romanian
  • Polish
  • Portugese
  • Sloval
  • Turkish
  • Hungarian


For those who want to use Greek Language with 160 characters on SMSs, they should also install the SMS160 utility by Ace Hellas.

However, there are some issues with"Tab" and "Sym" keys that need to be solved and your help will be appreciated.

I don't know if several keyboard mappings exist around for this device; mine is the one with £,$,€ symbols on J,K,L letters respectively. If you have a different keyboard, let me know.

Thanks,
Costas (kalantz)
Greece.


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Hi friends. I installed this cab on the phone, then went to regional settings, put in language and still only english. Where is the option for changing software language?
Thanks in advance

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I hope to help.
I want to do with the language of Vietnam.

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