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  1. RyouTadahiro's Avatar
    I found the best is to first copy all the CJK stuff from (BB9780-, then put everything in OP's rar file into java folder, overwrite existing.

    Here is what I did:
    1. Install both 9700- and 9780-
    2. Go to the 9780-, Control-A (Select All Files) and then Control-C (COPY)
    3. Goto the 9700- folder, Control-V (Paste), "Skip File If Existing" (this "SKIP" thing only available in Win7 or Vista, in XP you have to press "N" when there is existing files, the purpose is to get the missing lanugage files only)
    4. Extract OP's rar file put everthing into 9700. java folder, MAKE SURE not extract the PATH "Chinese Pinyin Input OS 6 Qwerty"

    Then run the BB Loader or the Desktop Manager, you might need to delelte the vendor.xml file if your loader does nor recognize the update for your device.

    Anyone can upload a mirror of the 9780 OS. It's downloading super slowly from blackberry.com and just cuts off connection midway through. Or can anyone just zip up whatever is needed and upload it? Thanks a lot! Will appreciate anyone's hardwork! =D
    11-17-10 09:46 PM
  2. g0dblissyou's Avatar

    Does anyone have the cods files for the japanese input by any chance?

    11-21-10 12:40 AM
  3. alfons1's Avatar

    Does anyone have the cods files for the japanese input by any chance?

    The link on the first post Chinese Pinyin Input...rar includes Japanese, Korean nd of course chinese.
    11-21-10 03:00 AM
  4. g0dblissyou's Avatar
    Yeah i download the file from the first post it has chinese input only, and japanese fronts plus the other asian fronts but i'm looking for japanese input which that files does not include. Anyone was able to get japanese input on os6?

    11-24-10 01:30 AM
  5. Kero_1116's Avatar
    Looking at the different os6 releases for different bb models and I find that there is no Jyutping. Anyone know a reason why they stopped providing them into the os6 but other chinese inputs r still there?
    Last edited by Kero_1116; 12-07-10 at 06:07 PM.
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    12-07-10 11:34 AM
  6. bert2002's Avatar
    Somebody tried it on a Blackberry with QWERTZ keyboard?
    12-14-10 03:04 AM
  7. travisds's Avatar
    cant use in the .418 any other ways?
    12-14-10 01:14 PM
  8. pinkdot121424's Avatar

    i got the korean showing up on my phone
    but i can't write in korean !

    i used to be able to before i updated to os6
    so what do i do now
    12-16-10 06:41 PM
  9. davidnyc's Avatar
    Well, I'm still waiting for a solution for Japanese romaji input ... but fortunately the above file gave me the ability to read Japanese for the time being on my 9700 running OS 6.
    12-22-10 01:57 PM
  10. lskim1's Avatar
    You can try this...

    1. Download the attached zip file to a temporary directory.
    2. Backup you current CJK.ALX file in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\9700M_v6.0.0.344_P6.6.0.50.
    3. copy the CJK.ALX from the zip file into the directory in step 2 overwriting the current one.
    4. copy the COD files from the java directory from the zip file into the C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\9700M_v6.0.0.344_P6.6.0.50\Java directory.
    5. attach your device and run loader and you should see korean input as a choice.

    Hope this helps!
    Hi alfons, ur method works great for me to view korean on my BB, but whenever i try to install the korean input support an error appears "The application "Korean" cannot be loaded, because it requires the following applications that are not available: net.rim.platform.lang.ko"

    Do you know how I can get around this?
    12-28-10 06:44 PM
  11. lohphat's Avatar
    installing this one will also enable you to read chinese.
    Six years of German study and ten of French and all I need to read Chinese is a software update!?

    Will the miracles from RIM never cease?


    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    12-28-10 09:46 PM
  12. zangbangapda's Avatar
    Phew, with 3 hours of surfing the web for a newbie like me,
    I found the way to type korean.

    This guy has all the solutions: marmarday.com/17059/east-asia-languages-for-blackberry-9700-os6-9700m_v6-0-0-358_p6-6-0-63
    Hope it helps some of you!
    12-31-10 01:09 PM
  13. bj22hm's Avatar
    I don't suppose anyone has been able to figure out a way to get pinyin input for .424 have they?

    I have only been able to get the dictionary for chinese to read the characters - but not input...
    01-05-11 08:49 PM
  14. shindinobot's Avatar
    same question as bj22hm. I thought this method would work for .424, but so far only been able to read, can't type chinese input
    01-06-11 05:54 AM
  15. fkfs9's Avatar
    Found this on the other forum.
    this will enable you to type simplified and traditional chinese using PINYIN method.

    Chinese Pinyin Input OS 6 Qwerty.rar

    install all the .COD using BBSAK / MCP
    doesnt work for os6 .424 anymore unfortunately. Can read chinese but no chinese input.

    anybody have a workaround?
    01-07-11 03:07 AM
  16. ericthb's Avatar
    As a workaround, i install 3rd party app called "BaiduInput" or "百度手机输入法黑莓版" v1.0.1.7 for pinyin.

    I am using Curve 3G 9300 with .424 installed.
    Last edited by ericthb; 01-13-11 at 03:16 AM.
    01-13-11 03:12 AM
  17. nycazn's Avatar
    I was able get Korean input to work with by taking the CJK alx & cod files from the official Vodafone Essar Limited

    Instructions are similar to post #12 in this thread:

    1. Install both and
    2. Go to the Java folder, Control-A (Select All Files) and then Control-C (COPY)
    3. Go to the Java folder, Control-V (Paste), "Skip File If Existing" (this "SKIP" thing is only available in Win7 or Vista, in XP you have to press "N" when there is existing files, the purpose is to get the missing language files only)
    4. Go to the folder & copy the CJK.alx file & paste it into the folder.
    5. Uninstall

    Then run BB App Loader or Desktop Manager to update your software. Don't forget to delete the vendor.xml file.

    I believe this should work with any of the asian languages, but I only tested with Korean.

    *When I go into Setup, Personalization, Language, I can't update it with 'Korean' but everything seems to be working.

    Hope this helps those looking for asian input on the newer OS6 firmwares.

    Last edited by nycazn; 01-27-11 at 11:50 PM.
    01-27-11 07:38 PM
  18. kkamakasi's Avatar
    Could someone please post links to get the 380 and 448? and also do I need to be running DM6 for the upgrade? or will DM5 work?
    01-29-11 01:33 PM
  19. nycazn's Avatar
    Could someone please post links to get the 380 and 448? and also do I need to be running DM6 for the upgrade? or will DM5 work? blackberry.com/Downloads/entry.do?code=15CF76466B97264765356FCC56D801D1 fileserve.com/file/ayTTCss

    You can use DM6 or DM5. I prefer App Loader.
    01-29-11 05:28 PM
  20. Mashimaro8000's Avatar
    chinese pinyin input is hopeless for OS, can read chinese but can not write

    tried everything, none of the above works.....

    anybody ever succeeded, please?

    or, any new working methods maybe?

    Solution found:

    After weeks of trying all the methods I could find in this forum and also other forums, I came to a conclusion that seems like v.448 DOES NOT support Chinese Pinyin Input at all at this moment, not even the Official OS v.448 by Vodafone Germany.

    So, for anyone who needs to use Pinyin Input, the only solution is to use Baidu Pinyin Input v. application for Blackberry.

    Use your BB browser and download OTA at m.geekbb.net/baiduinput.html

    It works great on my 9700 OS

    *Special credit for replayxxx who posted on this forum
    Last edited by indra8000; 02-09-11 at 04:52 AM. Reason: solution found
    01-30-11 12:36 AM
  21. rybochen's Avatar
    does anyone know when i go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared .... i only see the Applications folder?

    I dont see a Loader Files folder at all, this is causing me trouble installing the east asian font pack.

    please help!
    02-12-11 03:36 AM
  22. yeong803's Avatar
    i don't know why but i don't see Loader Files\9700M_v6.0.0.358_P6.6.0.63 folder on my computer anybody knows the reason?
    02-14-11 12:53 AM
  23. ewuzh's Avatar
    I also posted this in the findings and fixes thread, but just wanted to let you guys know, the official east asia release from Vodaphone AU and Fiji includes CJK font display and input right out of the box. Traditional/simplied pinyin, stroke, Japanese, Korean, it's all there and works great.
    02-18-11 12:47 PM
  24. Elite1's Avatar
    Yep that's right!
    The header says just Multilanguage:

    BlackBerry Handheld Software v6.0.0.1879 (Multilangauge)

    But the file is called:

    File name: 9700jAsia_PBr6.0.0_rel1879_PL6.6.0.124_A6.0.0.448_ Vodafone_Australia_and_Fiji.exe

    So it's an Asian languages pack including Japanese input.
    02-18-11 06:28 PM
  25. benctz's Avatar
    Sorry for asking dumb question.... I have installed MCP and when i dragged all the cod files in the empty box and press "Execute" ..nothing happened and i am sure the device is connected to the PC. Did I make any mistakes or ...??

    Please kindly advise.
    03-08-11 02:46 PM
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