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Missed Arabic Language from SII

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mseif, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. mseif

    mseif Member
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    Received 3 days ago, 2 Galaxy SII, both from Iraq and from the same shop. When we opened both and start playing with them, we found that the KB of one of them has only 6 languages ( including Arabic) while the other has 31 languages not including Arabic . Both mobiles read Arabic perfectly ( Arabic SMS or emails ).
    Any explanation ?
     



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  2. ironass

    ironass Extreme Android User

    Do they both have the same CSC code, (Consumer Software Customisation code)?

    For details of how to obtain your CSC code and what it means, see posts #1 and #2, here.
     
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  3. mseif

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    No actually they have different CSC, the one with Arabic has I9100JPLPC , while the other one has I9100DBTLP6.
    Both have ICS 4.0.3 .
    If I upgraded the 2nd one to 4.0.4 , would this solve the problem ?
    I know that I may found a KB with Arabic on the Google play, but I really would love to have it built in the ROM.
     
  4. ironass

    ironass Extreme Android User

    I'm guessing you meant... i9100OJPLPC... which is the CSC code for a number of Arabic regions and I'm also guessing thatr this is the one with 6 languages.

    The DBT code is the, "Open Germany", code and will contain a lot more languages to cover Europe.

    No... the CSC code determines the language pack.

    The only way would be to flash the OJP firmware to the DBT phone using Odin, as described in post #1 of my earlier link.

    Just as a matter of interest... what does, "KB", stand for?
     
  5. mseif

    mseif Member
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    Sorry , KB means keyboard.

    I will have to read look into this upgrade, I am not sure if I would be able to do it.
    If I did it right, would the mobile be as good as new ?
     
  6. ironass

    ironass Extreme Android User

    You would, as per post #1 in that link, void your warranty.
     
  7. mseif

    mseif Member
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  8. ironass

    ironass Extreme Android User

    No, you do not have to root your phone to flash a stock firmware.

    I think the fact that you have 2 different CSC codes with 2 different language packs runs contrary to that.
     
  9. mseif

    mseif Member
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    " I think the fact that you have 2 different CSC codes with 2 different language packs runs contrary to that."

    I guess you are right about that. Thanks again.
     

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