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    Can't copy UIKit with WinSCP in scp mode. Not enough space left on device...?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mjaydb View Post
    Can't copy UIKit with WinSCP in scp mode. Not enough space left on device...?
    What jailbreak have you used? If you used the Dev Team jailbreak, it has a major bug that the causes the system partition to be 34MB smaller than it could be.

    To install it, remove some apps then try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumu_li View Post
    There is no Chinese keyboard supported. Can anybody add Chinese keyboard to that patch.
    The patch does not "add" new keyboards. It merely "unlocks" the keyboards that are already there (and are available on the iPod Touch). Unfortunately Chinese is not there.

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    Default autocorrection

    Hi I did this and now I have spanish keyboard, but no autocorrection comes up when typing in Spanish. Any idea?

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    The autocorrection is not fully done for spanish, it only has one and two letter words. You can download the missing files here http://www.esferaiphone.com/?p=279


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    hmmm... i was hoping to find the thai keyboard in there, since the iPod Touch is officially sold here w/ thai language support. anyone know where to score it perhaps..?

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    Thanks a lot aviegas! Been waiting for this one :-)

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    There's a post on this blog: http://www.crumpz.com/ that contains a fairly large download that's supposed to add keyboards and interface languages. You're apparently supposed to delete the UIKit.framework folder before (<--sorry, I had initially mistakenly indicated that you delete it after) installing it; the poster claims that leaving it on your system will result in instability.

    mumu_li: The same blog contains a post explaining how to install iCosta which sets up a Chinese input method that mimics a native input method. There's a small work around to get by the version check that iCosta does, but I've installed it and it seems to work well. The only drawback that I've noticed is that the pinyin input method doesn't support "word" input, so you have to individually enter the pinyin for each character that you want. While annoying, I suspect this will be less of a problem for a native or high-level Mandarin user. I like this input method better than NativeCN (which I tried on 1.1.2) as it seems to be a bit more polished.

    One thing to be wary of with iCosta is that the input method seems to be rendered inaccessible if you navigate to the keyboards settings screen (either directly or through "international".) This was a problem that I previously encountered when I tried to enable the Japanese keyboard by manually editing a text file without replacing UIKit. I suspect that visiting the keyboards settings causes the configuration file to automatically be re-written, thus eliminating the ability to access those that are "hacked" in unofficially. This can be remedied easily by re-installing iCosta, but I suspect there should also be a way to manipulate configuration files to get it back.
    Last edited by ]grimm[; 02-03-2008 at 11:30 AM. Reason: Fixed UIKit delete information

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]grimm[ View Post
    There's a post on this blog: http://www.crumpz.com/ that contains a fairly large download that's supposed to add keyboards and interface languages. You're apparently supposed to delete the UIKit.framework folder after installing it; the poster claims that leaving it on your system will result in instability.

    mumu_li: The same blog contains a post explaining how to install iCosta which sets up a Chinese input method that mimics a native input method. There's a small work around to get by the version check that iCosta does, but I've installed it and it seems to work well. The only drawback that I've noticed is that the pinyin input method doesn't support "word" input, so you have to individually enter the pinyin for each character that you want. While annoying, I suspect this will be less of a problem for a native or high-level Mandarin user. I like this input method better than NativeCN (which I tried on 1.1.2) as it seems to be a bit more polished.

    One thing to be wary of with iCosta is that the input method seems to be rendered inaccessible if you navigate to the keyboards settings screen (either directly or through "international".) This was a problem that I previously encountered when I tried to enable the Japanese keyboard by manually editing a text file without replacing UIKit. I suspect that visiting the keyboards settings causes the configuration file to automatically be re-written, thus eliminating the ability to access those that are "hacked" in unofficially. This can be remedied easily by re-installing iCosta, but I suspect there should also be a way to manipulate configuration files to get it back.
    Go ahead and remove the UIKit.framework. Then the phone will be 100% stable. DEAD STABLE. No UIKit, no interface.

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    First:

    Thanks for the keyboard patch.

    Second: You don't need patch to change languages or regional format.

    If you have language files ready (Dutch.lproj, Spanish.lproj or what ever), copy them to right places on your phone and reboot. Now you can select them from menu: International - Language.
    You can also select Regional settings from menu.

    Preferences.app will recognice new language files automaticly.
    Last edited by nikke73; 01-31-2008 at 06:59 AM.


 

 
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