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    Cool TIP: How to enable more international keyboards in 1.1.2

    Enabling more international keyboards than the ones supported by default in 1.1.2 on a US iPhone turns out to be quite simple. All it takes is editing the file /var/root/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist with your favorite plist editor. By default, this file contains the following.

    <key>AppleKeyboards</key>
    <array>
    <string>en_US</string>
    </array>

    In order to enable another keyboard just add the relevant entry below the en_US entry. For example, to enable the Japanese keyboard, modify the above section to look as follows.

    <key>AppleKeyboards</key>
    <array>
    <string>en_US</string>
    <string>ja</string>
    </array>

    Voila! You'll now be able to enter Japanese in all applications just like our iPod touch brethren.

    NOTE: Edits made to this section of the .GlobalPreferences.plist are reset if you go into either Settings -> General -> International or Settings -> General -> Keyboard. Therefore, make all necessary International and Keyboard settings before editing the file.

    Enjoy!



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    Somebody know how to add Region Format from 1.1.1

    It was Russian in Region Format in 1.1.1, but they removed it from 1.1.2.
    I changed
    /var/root/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist
    <key>AppleLocale</key>
    <string>en_US</string>
    to
    en_RU

    And in settings it's show me Russian format selected, but everything is still in US format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klim View Post
    Somebody know how to add Region Format from 1.1.1

    It was Russian in Region Format in 1.1.1, but they removed it from 1.1.2.
    I changed
    /var/root/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist
    <key>AppleLocale</key>
    <string>en_US</string>
    to
    en_RU

    And in settings it's show me Russian format selected, but everything is still in US format.
    I believe it should be just ru

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    Haven't tried it, but logic tells me it should be ru_RU

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    Haha, i can't believe how stupid im
    Yes, it's works now.

    But may be you know where is the .plist file for Region Format menu?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gevor View Post
    Haven't tried it, but logic tells me it should be ru_RU
    It's works with just 'ru'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gevor View Post
    Haven't tried it, but logic tells me it should be ru_RU
    It's work with ru_RU too

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    Can't answer that one, cuz I haven't upgraded myself yet. Still waiting for a russian keyboard to come our for 1.1.2 Hey, BTW, have you tried it after enabling the russian international settings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sh1n1gam1 View Post
    Enabling more international keyboards than the ones supported by default in 1.1.2 on a US iPhone turns out to be quite simple. All it takes is editing the file /var/root/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist with your favorite plist editor. By default, this file contains the following.

    <key>AppleKeyboards</key>
    <array>
    <string>en_US</string>
    </array>

    In order to enable another keyboard just add the relevant entry below the en_US entry. For example, to enable the Japanese keyboard, modify the above section to look as follows.

    <key>AppleKeyboards</key>
    <array>
    <string>en_US</string>
    <string>ja</string>
    </array>

    Voila! You'll now be able to enter Japanese in all applications just like our iPod touch brethren.

    NOTE: Edits made to this section of the .GlobalPreferences.plist are reset if you go into either Settings -> General -> International or Settings -> General -> Keyboard. Therefore, make all necessary International and Keyboard settings before editing the file.

    Enjoy!
    I cannot find the /var/root/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist!

    There is no .GlobalPreferences.plist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin3688 View Post
    I cannot find the /var/root/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist!

    There is no .GlobalPreferences.plist.
    if u are using OS X system, u want able to see these hidden system files.
    You can try to connect it with SSH (fugu) & SFTP > Show hidden files, then u will able to see it.


 

 
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