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Old 01-23-2008, 07:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can you help me find a language patch for Korean so that I can read email messages written in Korean? I don't need to type anything in Korean. BlackBerry left that support decision to carriers and my carrier T-Mobile stopped proving any language patches citing memory problems. Any 3rd party patch I can use? Please help, thanks!
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Old 01-23-2008, 07:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This OS contains Korean support:

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Thanks for responding. Do you see any problem with the fact that my carrier is T-Mobile (in USA) and my desktop is a Mac system? Thanks again.
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The only problem I see is that you have a Mac. You can't load Desktop Manager/Application Loader on a Mac unless you can run Parallels or Bootcamp or the like. You'll need a PC
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Thanks, John! Another follow-up Q, if you don't mind: If I were to get temporary access to a Windows PC, and install the Desktop Manager/Application Loader, then I should be able to get the OS (the Korean language patch) onto my BlackBerry via USB, right? Many thanks!!
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Yes. Just follow the instructions in the link I provided above.
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