orb3000 · Mar 24, 2011 at 09:00 am

Predictive Keyboard in Spanish for Windows Phone 7

Ok, this is a great news for all Spanish speaking members around! XDA member manu81 posted about the predictive keyboard in Spanish for your Windows Phone 7. After installing, your device you will have the Spanish dictionary enabled. The developer mentions that he can add in this way the following languages: English, French, Italian and German. You must have your phone unlocked (Chevron) in order to make it work.
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Originally posted by manu81
Predictive Keyboard Spanish WP7

Friends, here I bring a breakthrough … install the architect to achieve predictive Spanish (rom is for those with no alternative in English language).

It is very simple, install the xap (need to have the phone unlocked), after installing the program will touchexplorer to my ringtones folder and rename the file, sticking out the extension. wma

would file this name: dictionary.0409.dat I cut and pasted in the windows folder of the phone (asking whetheryou want to replace and say it did) .

Restart the phone and ready … the Spanish dictionary …
I can pick up other languages​​, but for now only supported by windows …

I read his comments, I hope you find it helpful.
Greetings

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