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Topic # 9346 10-Sep-2006 09:54
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Hi Hi

Does anyone know how can I get different language input (i.e. Traditional Chinese) for my new 6265?
It only has english input right now.
The phone does support reading other language therefore I thought there must be a way to get different input language on it.

Am I correct? Someone please help

Thx :)

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  Reply # 46073 13-Sep-2006 22:11
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Languge selecetion happnes when the phone is nam'ed(programmed at POS) there is no othr way to change the languge. perhaps ask a Telecom shop to chnage your imput languge for you

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Reply # 46080 13-Sep-2006 22:59
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I think when he says 'input' he is referring to txt input, which is not possible. Other wise yes you can have the menus in Chinese, if its simplified or traditional, I am not sure.


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Reply # 46092 13-Sep-2006 23:29
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The Nokia 6265s language for menus etc can be changed from English to Chinese, traditional or simplified. But English is the only available input language. No way to add another.

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