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Topic # 66430 19-Aug-2010 01:55
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Got myself a very nice Galaxy S phone here in Australia but sadly is does not have thai language as an optoin.   I know I can download a translator but it sitll won`t let me send and recieve and sms that is in thai.

Would anybody know what firmwarecthey are using for the language in Thailand as I`m sure a phone there would be able to display thai and english sms...
Many thanks in advance

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  Reply # 369873 19-Aug-2010 16:09
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check my post on this. you need to root the phone, then you can add thai font. or if you wait for froyo you will get thai font with that update




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