orb3000 · Aug 2, 2010 at 12:00 am

Persian & Arabic Language Pack for WM

Finally, an application that adds support of reading and writing for Persian and Arabic without lagging is presented by XDA member Mersad 7.
Fast and compatible with most ROMs, this app will let you use the language pack in a smooth way.
The developer also included a fix for Resco Keyboard for the Persian style.

Originally posted by Mersad 7
[APP] Mersad Persian & Arabic Language Pack {lite & Fast & most compatible}

There are many application that add support of reading & writing Persian & Arabic language but they reduce speed of ppc & make the menu & calender arabic or they make ppc lazy after some days ot didn’t work in some cook ROM e.g Energy roms
I decided to make a program that didn’t have that problems so I make this one

info :

Ultra fast
Most compatible with all ROMs
Ultra clean & lite
just add Persian & Arabic support ( nothing else )
Because of the requests of some users I shared the resco keyboard that I fixed the persian style

You can find more information in the application thread.


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