Korean keyboard support requires a little more work.
I've cabbed it up:
Several things of note:
-You need to install DioPen first, it provides some files that you need for IME support (you don't actually NEED their software IME). They have a trial, you can install it then disable everything in SKTools. (http://www.diotek.co.kr
-Normally the Korean code page (0412) mandates the reverse solidus ("\") is displayed as a won sign. I personally don't like this (ugly file paths) and it displays as a normal \ in this pack
-Remapped all latin characters in the Korean font back to a nicer looking latin font
-Also includes Chinese and Japanese characters
-Hangeul input only, WM cannot enter Hanja without a third party IME.
-The Hangeul/Latin toggle key is the au key
Change XPERIA keyboard to Korean
- CJK font support only (all devices)
SPV-M100 (HTC Tanager) -> Motorola MPx220 -> O2 XdaII Mini (HTC Magician) -> HTC Touch -> Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 -> HTC HD2 (T9193)
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