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android 2.2 or newer farsi support

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by asfn, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. asfn

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    android 2.2 now doesn't support full farsi.
    who know if a new version of android (like 2.2.1 or newer) for legend will come or not and if it supports full farsi language?
     

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    This is how to fix the Farsi, Arabic and Hebrew fonts for any Android device.

    If you know how to root your device, great; your a step ahead. If not, no problem... In 65% of cases you need the Clockwork mod recovery, AKA CMW. Amon Ra's custom recovery also works fine. By Rooting your phone, you VOID YOUR GUARANTEE. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE IF YOU MANAGE TO SOMEHOW BREAK OR BRICK YOUR PHONE!!!

    1-Go to
    Check if they support your phone model. If they do, follow their
    instructions and 'flash' (or install) their version of Android, which
    I found works even better than the stock (the one you currently
    have) version of Android!!

    2-Go to
    On the upper right hand corner of the page, insert your phone model
    and after selecting it, go to the 'android development for the *phone
    model*' and then try to find a posted 'ROM' thread that is to your liking
    and CHECK THAT IT DEFINITELY SUPPORTS PERSIAN OR ARABIC OR
    HEBREW, whichever one you need. You can contact the ROM developer
    if you need.

    3-If youre phone supports this, by updating to the 2.3 version of Android, AKA
    Gingerbread, you will have fixed Persian fonts. I'm not 100% sure about this
    one, but I have seen the fix on the 'Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray' and it works.

    I hope I've helped
     
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