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Read & Send SMS in Urdu/Arabic
It is a well known fact that this forum has members from many countries around the globe. For those members using Arabian/Urdu as your main language, XDA member fehaan posted a tutorial on how to enable it on Windows Mobile devices.
.cab files have been tested on a HTC Wizard running WM6.5, but the developer mentions that it could work on older versions as well.
Originally posted by fehaan
Yes! u can read & send text in URDU/ARABIC
You can easily turn ur wm6.5 to read & write in Urdu/Arabic while at the same time send/ receive text in the same.
P.S. This method may work on early Windows Mobile versions but I have tested on my WM6.5 K-JAM.
Download the attached zip file Urdu-Arabic Language Support for WM6.5.zip) and extract all its contents to desktop.
install the cabs in their numeric order (e.g. first file is numbered as “1.Language Support WM6.5.cab” so install it first and then the cab numbered “2.***”).
install other keyboards with urdu/Arabic support and copy the fonts-pack to Windows directory of your Pocket PC in case if u don’t see the urdu/arabic letters on Keyboard.
Please reply me for any confusions/guidance futher. and if it works, send me your wishes and regards here…
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