foreign language sms
any asian droid users??
i've downloaded an app that lets me input korean language
everything works, except texting..
if i input text in korean and send text messege, it says it was been sent but the recipient never receives it!
any asian droid users here know a way to text in korean?
I was waiting for a question like this to pop up. I am extremely curious as to why this happens too! I have a little theory, try texting to people that have phones that can read korean such as... LG Ice Cream, LG Secret, LG Xenon, or even maybe another Droid that has the korean input language app! Get back to me on this! If anyone else has any suggestions feel free to post.
i tried texting to my friends iphone and it didnt go through
and tried txting to my droid using his phone, i never got the text
the text only goes through when using English
i think i read somewhere that verizon's cdma signal service does not support foreign language texting.
i have yet to try texting to another droid with korean app.
i texted a korean to another droid user with korean app and it works
i heard also t-mobile can txt korean with only t-mobile
im guessing this is the same with verizon
My friend has Droid. I have Storm (with Korean language input).
My friend was able to text me in Korean on his Droid and I could read it.
We both have Verizon by the way...
Too bad Storm doesn't allow Korean input on the SMS window (not that anybody cares in this forum)...
korean texting works droid to droid, but not to iphone. does anyone know if this can be changed in the future??
which korean keyboard did you guys use?
I'm currently using 한글 접촉식 키보드 and one from kandroid.
It probably would just depend on if the recipient had a Korean language and dictionary installed would it not? Or maybe Im way off Im really not sure
It's probably not just Korean that's limited, I tried sending a text message in Russian and it was rejected by the network, as in - it wouldn't even send, the problem was definitely not related to other people's phones...
Speaking of language-related stuff, can you guys see ID3 tags with non-unicode Korean in it? Mine all come out as garbage and I don't know of any replacement for the music player that would work here... Converting all ID3 to Unicode is a last resort and I guess there might be a program to simply the process somewhere...
no, my friends has korean text installed on their iphone...maybe it's a cdma or carrier issue??:confused:
these are fun.:noworktomorrow: