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Discussion in 'Android Help' started by Ravelnotch2, Mar 17, 2016.

  1. Ravelnotch2

    Ravelnotch2 Newbie
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    I'm helping Droid4X devs fixing bugs. Customers have reported problem with blank text display because the korean characters and language are corruted. I'm trying to get the working Korean language files from my devices but there are no customization or csc folder in /system because those folders are for Samsung deviecs only.

    Where is the orignal location of language packs for normal Android ROM / AOSP?

    I spend 30 minutes looking for answer but no answers. Google is stupid to search things like that

  2. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    Droid 4X, that sounds like it's a Verizon phone.

    If you want the complete Android source code, including language packs it's here.

    Samsung could be doing their own thing, and their devices will support Korean no problem of course.
  3. Ravelnotch2

    Ravelnotch2 Newbie
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    Droid4X is an emulator. I could not find the link to source code so i took a look at github instead, and found it at
    platform_frameworks_base/core/res/res/values-ko/ but it's just a string. I need to find out why the Android OS could not read korean characters and appear as blank characters instead.

    Droid4X does support many special characters, such as arabic, chinese, etc, but the devs wasn't able to fix the problem. I need an Android ROM expert who know everything about Android system.
  4. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    A bit of Googling and Baidu later, :) is this it?
    An alpha/beta Android project from China, like many of these things. Support for languages might be incomplete. Blank characters might be because a font is missing is something broken. Probably support for Chinese, and maybe English is more important than Korean or whatever.
    They do have their own forum...can you read Chinese? :thumbsupdroid:
    #4 mikedt, Mar 19, 2016
    Last edited: Mar 19, 2016

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