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Old 06-11-2007, 03:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I'm new to black berry, Does anyone know where can I download the Korean Language support? Can I install it via mobile internet?

I've 2 black berry 8707G, their firmware and platform are:
v4.10341 (Platform 3.0.0.48)

many many thanks X 1000 times.
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Hi, I'm new to black berry, Does anyone know where can I download the Korean Language support? Can I install it via mobile internet?

I've 2 black berry 8707G, their firmware and platform are:
v4.10341 (Platform 3.0.0.48)

many many thanks X 1000 times.
This is an OS option which can't be installed via mobile Internet (better known as OTA or Over The Air).

You'll need to download and install Desktop Manager (I recommend 4.2 SP1 - not SP2) and the latest OS from your provider. Links for all provider's software download pages is available here.

Once you've done that, start Desktop Manager and plug in your device. If the device's OS is not the latest, Desktop Manager will recommend upgrading. Follow the directions. When you get to the list of OS components, you should see all the Language and Input support modules available - select the ones you need.

If your OS is up to date and DM doesn't start the Application Loader to upgrade the OS automatically, simply double click on Application Loader and follow the directions above.
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