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I want to add Chinese mandarin to a Samsung D600 mobile phone. It only supports several European languages at the moment. Could you tell me of any downloads available. Thank you

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A manual for your phone is available here.

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

  • Matt Jurach
    Matt Jurach Mar 11, 2008

    It looks like language support in your phone's series is provided by firmware.

    D600DXEJ5
    provides support for Vietnam (FPT), Philippines (XTC/FAM), Australia (XSA), Indonesia (XSE) & Thailand (THL/THO)

    But it appears there is not a firmware for Mandarin.

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