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Old 12-08-2009, 01:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I posted this above but that thread doesn't appear to get much traffic.

Can anyone who's installed this latest OS version to their 9000 respond?

when I go to download it, the listed information indicates this OS is in Korean; says nothing about English.

This is what it says under "download details": Language: Korean

It doesn't say "multilanguage" as with other releases; or (East Asian + English) as indicated in the original post of the thread.

Does it transfer to the Device in English also, or what am I missing?
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Heh, you just posted your questions a couple hours ago.

In the past, ALL of the RIM OS files have English. All of them. However this one does have an odd naming patter, with the 9000j

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Heh, you just posted your questions a couple hours ago.

In the past, ALL of the RIM OS files have English. All of them. However this one does have an odd naming patter, with the 9000j
Its labeled 9000j because I believe it contains Japanese language files. Whereas those labeled 9000EastAsia do not.
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This one is labeled "9000jEastAsia" and I remember it had that [Kr] in the text, not in the file name.
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Heh, you just posted your questions a couple hours ago.

In the past, ALL of the RIM OS files have English. All of them. However this one does have an odd naming patter, with the 9000j
I know re just a few hours ago, but am having Device issues and wanted to move quickly if possible. But in any event, are you saying that it IS in English even though the labeling doesn't say so?
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I know re just a few hours ago, but am having Device issues and wanted to move quickly if possible. But in any event, are you saying that it IS in English even though the labeling doesn't say so?
There always is English included in every release.
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I know re just a few hours ago, but am having Device issues and wanted to move quickly if possible. But in any event, are you saying that it IS in English even though the labeling doesn't say so?
There always is English included in every release.
Ok. Great and thanks.
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That is what I have always understood as well.
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