Samsung keyboard with 'all' available languages and Swype with the most of languages

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eboIa

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Dear Everybody,

At last week I made some research for make Central Europen keyboard available for everybody especially that every people who read XDA usually use tha latest UK ROM as the most fresh, always brand new system software. The UK ROM usually contain everything as the Android system in it is multilingual and has all features for almost everybody, but Samsung Keyboard (and sometimes Swype) is different a little bit from this aspect as these 1-2 softwares depend an your CSC settings. If you use UK ROM you will lose real multilingual keyboards, as for UK these are not really needed.

I'm in Hungary so I need real T9 with the latest ROM so... I made them:)

Based on Sztupy hints on deodexing the keyboards (lot of thanks for it!) and some research between the system files I got some practice so could make my original requests.

The solution:

On 2.1 (example in Galaxy S) the T9 was integrated the keyboard software itself, so when you deodexed the keyboard from one multilingual 2.1, after you deleted your current Sam's keyboard you could drop the deodexed one made a restart and everything was OK.

On 2.2 the T9 database is totally discrete in T9DB folder but need to use the correct deodexed keyboard software of course.

(You not really need to backup your original or any ROM, etc, because you can rip all needed files in all situations from the corresponding .RFS files (factoryfs.rfs as that base system and cache.rfs as the CSC thingies))

As I have Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab also, after my research I made all available solution for myself and of course for you (on both device), if anybody wouldn't like to make it again.

This/my current keyboard files made from XWJM1 ROM as the latest Central European version, and safely usable with any other ROM.


One extra personal addon is that I merged the T9DB with the official NEE files to make this pack the best available.

Usage:

0, to safe use you need to swith onto any other keyboard and kill the Sam's one or make a restart. (This is not a real needed step, but for smooth switch this will help you to save yourself from some scary FC when you overwrite your system files...)

1, delete all your current keyboard files with adb or root explorer. The files:
/system/app/AxT9IME.apk
/system/app/AxT9IME.odex
/system/lib/libDioHWR.so
/system/lib/libXt9core.so
/system/T9DB - if available

2, copy all my files into the system folders with the same logic.
/system/app/AxT9IME.apk
/system/lib/libDioHWR.so
/system/lib/libXt9core.so
/system/T9DB

3, for smooth and safe method set the permissions to 777 (rwrwrw)

4, restart your device just for safe.

5, try to set up your Sam's keyboard if there is no input language choices then just enable T9 and select UK as input langiugage, and restart again!


Wow, now you have almost all available T9 with latest Sam's keyboard in any ROM what you currently using.

Languages:

Bulgarian, Cestina, Dansk, Deutsch, Greek, English, Espanol, Suomi, Francais, Hrvatski, Hungarian, Italiano, Nederlands, Norks, Polski, Portugues, Romana, Russia, Svenska, Turkice, ***, Slovenscina, Ukrainian, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Serbian

Happy new year!

(See my attachment as the keyboard itself!)

Same things for Samsung Galaxy S also available here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=10384775


Edit #1:
1, Samsung Keyboard application is the fresh new XWJM1 version
2, As the fresh/latest ROM (XWJM1) has one dedicated Swype I ripped it from the ROM and attached to this post also.

Sorry people, as the developers of Swype asked everybody to not redistribute their software in any ways, I removed it but still write some words on it:

XWJM1 CSC addons has discrete Swype so if anybody courius about it, just rip from the cache.rfs and swap the original in the current system.

Datas on the XWJM1 version:

XXJME - 2.10.52.13753 with 11 languages
XWJM1 - 2.7.49.12583 with 16 languages

Languages:

English US, English UK, Cestina, Nederlands, Francais, Deutsch, Greek, Italiano, ***, Polski, Portugues Europeu, Russia, Slovencina, Espanol, Turkice, Ukrainian

'Of course' there is no full sized, landscape layout yet as this is older version just with more languages... As the current original Swype has not too much languages until the developers not expand it we will not get wider list from Samsung either.

(usage: just delete the original files, and drop these ones into your system. .apk into /system/app/, .so into /system/lib)

Have a nice day:)

ebola
 
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Please list all the input languages available here. Thx. :)

Dear Everybody,

At last week I made some research for make Central Europen keyboard available for everybody especially that every people who read XDA usually use tha latest UK ROM as the most fresh, always brand new system software. The UK ROM usually contain everything as the Android system in it is multilingual and has all features for almost everybody, but Samsung Keyboard (and sometimes Swype) is different a little bit from this aspect as these 1-2 softwares depend an your CSC settings. If you use UK ROM you will lose real multilingual keyboards, as for UK these are not really needed.

I'm in Hungary so I need real T9 with the latest ROM so... I made them:)

Based on Sztupy hints on deodexing the keyboards (lot of thanks for it!) and some research between the system files I got some practice so could make my original requests.

The solution:

On 2.1 (example in Galaxy S) the T9 was integrated the keyboard software itself, so when you deodexed the keyboard from one multilingual 2.1, after you deleted your current Sam's keyboard you could drop the deodexed one made a restart and everything was OK.

On 2.2 the T9 database is totally discrete in T9DB folder but need to use the correct deodexed keyboard software of course.

As I have Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab also, after my research I made all available solution for myself and of course for you (on both device), if anybody wouldn't like to make it again.

This/my current keyboard files made from XWJJ7 ROM (2.2 also) as the latest Central European version, and safely usable with any JM* ROM.


Usage:

0, to safe use you need to swith onto any other keyboard and kill the Sam's one or make a restart. (This is not a real needed step, but for smooth switch this will help you to save yourself from some scary FC when you overwrite your system files...)

1, delete all your current keyboard files with adb or root explorer. The files:
/system/app/AxT9IME.apk
/system/app/AxT9IME.odex
/system/lib/libDioHWR.so
/system/lib/libXt9core.so
/system/T9DB - if available

2, copy all my files into the system folders with the same logic.
/system/app/AxT9IME.apk
/system/lib/libDioHWR.so
/system/lib/libXt9core.so
/system/T9DB

3, for smooth and safe method set the permissions to 777 (rwrwrw)

4, restart your device just for safe.

5, try to set up your Sam's keyboard if there is no input language choices then just enable T9 and select UK as input langiugage, and restart again!


Wow, now you have almost all available T9 with latest Sam's keyboard in any ROM what you currently using.

Happy new year!

(See my attachment as the keyboard itself!)

ebola
 

eboIa

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Step 3 is just about to set file and folder permissions (what you newly copied) in root explorer to the max available writeable type. Just click on any checkbox to allow the attempt use it in any situations. This isn't the best security but this case this is not a real major problem and root not use real root file permissions to make the situations as the original:-(

Hope this help you.
 

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I just bought and downloaded the latest version of Root Explorer from Android Market, but I cannot find any such setting. However, I did not have any trouble copying the files to the root folders, so it should be fine.

There is a small problem, though. Your ZIP folder does NOT contain all the Northern European input languages and keyboards. The T9DB folder should contain the following files for each language (where "*LANG*" signifies the language code, e.g. "da" for Danish, or "sv" for Swedish):

qwerty_*LANG*.kdb
phonepad_*LANG*.kdb
Samsung_400_*LANG*usUN_xt9.ldb


I've attached a ZIP file containing all such input languages and keyboards, which I've extracted from my NEE (=Northern and Eastern European)/JJ3 version of the SGT firmware (please note, that I do not know if the app and lib files in the ZIP file are deodexed or not).

PS: I've just tested this, and I can confirm that it works just fine with your version of the app and lib files - I've simply copied the missing .kdb and .ldb files to the /system/T9DB folder. I'm using the Roto-JME firmware. :)

Thanks for your help!
 
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Just to verify, with the combination of my files and yours, I now have access to the following input languages:

Bulgarian
Cestina
Dansk
Deutsch
Greek
English
Espanol
Suomi
Francais
Hrvatski
Hungarian
Italiano
Nederlands
Norsk
Polski
Portugues
Romana
Russian
Svenska
Türkce
*** (Chinese?)
Slovenscina
Ukranian
Estonian
Latvian
Lithuanian
Serbian
 

eboIa

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Permissions: long tap menu on any item...

More keyboards: glad to see them! As I wrote my files directly copied from XWJJ7 ROM, nothing less but nothing more! (As I'm from Hungary sorry but couldn't test more as English and Hungarian but saw that there are...) If anybody could post more T9 database I'm just more happy, so thanks for it.

I hope lot of SGT (and SGS in the parallel topic) owners could be happy that now we can use the latest ROMs with the original keyboard with our own T9 language.

Have a nice night, bye...
 
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tw1nz

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Hehe. Here is how i get this to work.

First i downloaded xwjj7.rar and do the step like you said in you guide.
When the reboot was done, I could see that danish was available in Samsung keyboard (in my case I'm from Denmark (; )

I enable it.
but I don't get æ,ø,å in my Samsung keyboard. :(

I then tried to install the other zip file from another user with named called NEE keyboard.zip

I tried to install it with the same steps, reboot. But then I didn't have Samsung keyboard in my setting anyone.
It was gone.

then I tried just to take the apk file from the first zip and the rest from the second zip(without apk file). Install again with same steps. The reboot, and now I have danish keyboard with æøå.

I'm running roto-JME.
Hope this can help someone, if any maybe got same problem like me.

I have wait really long for this! And I'm so glad for this. Many thanks to both of you guys!

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That means that the app and lib files in the "NEE keyboards.zip" are not deodexed.

You should therefore ONLY use the app and lib files from the "xwjj7.rar" file.

However, this proves that my file (NEE keyboards.zip) contains the proper keyboard and input language files for Danish, and that the "xwjj7.rar" file does not.

Hehe. Here is how i get this to work.

First i downloaded xwjj7.rar and do the step like you said in you guide.
When the reboot was done, I could see that danish was available in Samsung keyboard (in my case I'm from Denmark (; )

I enable it.
but I don't get æ,ø,å in my Samsung keyboard. :(

I then tried to install the other zip file from another user with named called NEE keyboard.zip

I tried to install it with the same steps, reboot. But then I didn't have Samsung keyboard in my setting anyone.
It was gone.

then I tried just to take the apk file from the first zip and the rest from the second zip(without apk file). Install again with same steps. The reboot, and now I have danish keyboard with æøå.

I'm running roto-JME.
Hope this can help someone, if any maybe got same problem like me.

I have wait really long for this! And I'm so glad for this. Many thanks to both of you guys!

Sent from my GT-P1000 using XDA App
 

eboIa

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Budapest
I will drop them in it later sometime today... for make the pack ultimate:) if you dont mind it...
 

tw1nz

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Now I use the 3 files from NEE zip file, and then the apk file from you
You said that I shall delete them? But all works fine now?

can you explain what there can be happen?
Just don't say I just ****ed my tab :D

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zyborg

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No, you should use the app, lib, AND apk files from the xwjj7.rar file, and all the files in the T9DB folder in the NEE keyboards.zip file.

To be on the safe side, please wait for the updated package by eboIa. Should appear shortly.

Now I use the 3 files from NEE zip file, and then the apk file from you
You said that I shall delete them? But all works fine now?

can you explain what there can be happen?
Just don't say I just ****ed my tab :D

Sent from my GT-P1000 using XDA App
 

TarjeiB

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This is great work, Thanks!

I'm using swype though - any chance of having that included too?
 

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    Dear Everybody,

    At last week I made some research for make Central Europen keyboard available for everybody especially that every people who read XDA usually use tha latest UK ROM as the most fresh, always brand new system software. The UK ROM usually contain everything as the Android system in it is multilingual and has all features for almost everybody, but Samsung Keyboard (and sometimes Swype) is different a little bit from this aspect as these 1-2 softwares depend an your CSC settings. If you use UK ROM you will lose real multilingual keyboards, as for UK these are not really needed.

    I'm in Hungary so I need real T9 with the latest ROM so... I made them:)

    Based on Sztupy hints on deodexing the keyboards (lot of thanks for it!) and some research between the system files I got some practice so could make my original requests.

    The solution:

    On 2.1 (example in Galaxy S) the T9 was integrated the keyboard software itself, so when you deodexed the keyboard from one multilingual 2.1, after you deleted your current Sam's keyboard you could drop the deodexed one made a restart and everything was OK.

    On 2.2 the T9 database is totally discrete in T9DB folder but need to use the correct deodexed keyboard software of course.

    (You not really need to backup your original or any ROM, etc, because you can rip all needed files in all situations from the corresponding .RFS files (factoryfs.rfs as that base system and cache.rfs as the CSC thingies))

    As I have Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab also, after my research I made all available solution for myself and of course for you (on both device), if anybody wouldn't like to make it again.

    This/my current keyboard files made from XWJM1 ROM as the latest Central European version, and safely usable with any other ROM.


    One extra personal addon is that I merged the T9DB with the official NEE files to make this pack the best available.

    Usage:

    0, to safe use you need to swith onto any other keyboard and kill the Sam's one or make a restart. (This is not a real needed step, but for smooth switch this will help you to save yourself from some scary FC when you overwrite your system files...)

    1, delete all your current keyboard files with adb or root explorer. The files:
    /system/app/AxT9IME.apk
    /system/app/AxT9IME.odex
    /system/lib/libDioHWR.so
    /system/lib/libXt9core.so
    /system/T9DB - if available

    2, copy all my files into the system folders with the same logic.
    /system/app/AxT9IME.apk
    /system/lib/libDioHWR.so
    /system/lib/libXt9core.so
    /system/T9DB

    3, for smooth and safe method set the permissions to 777 (rwrwrw)

    4, restart your device just for safe.

    5, try to set up your Sam's keyboard if there is no input language choices then just enable T9 and select UK as input langiugage, and restart again!


    Wow, now you have almost all available T9 with latest Sam's keyboard in any ROM what you currently using.

    Languages:

    Bulgarian, Cestina, Dansk, Deutsch, Greek, English, Espanol, Suomi, Francais, Hrvatski, Hungarian, Italiano, Nederlands, Norks, Polski, Portugues, Romana, Russia, Svenska, Turkice, ***, Slovenscina, Ukrainian, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Serbian

    Happy new year!

    (See my attachment as the keyboard itself!)

    Same things for Samsung Galaxy S also available here:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=10384775


    Edit #1:
    1, Samsung Keyboard application is the fresh new XWJM1 version
    2, As the fresh/latest ROM (XWJM1) has one dedicated Swype I ripped it from the ROM and attached to this post also.

    Sorry people, as the developers of Swype asked everybody to not redistribute their software in any ways, I removed it but still write some words on it:

    XWJM1 CSC addons has discrete Swype so if anybody courius about it, just rip from the cache.rfs and swap the original in the current system.

    Datas on the XWJM1 version:

    XXJME - 2.10.52.13753 with 11 languages
    XWJM1 - 2.7.49.12583 with 16 languages

    Languages:

    English US, English UK, Cestina, Nederlands, Francais, Deutsch, Greek, Italiano, ***, Polski, Portugues Europeu, Russia, Slovencina, Espanol, Turkice, Ukrainian

    'Of course' there is no full sized, landscape layout yet as this is older version just with more languages... As the current original Swype has not too much languages until the developers not expand it we will not get wider list from Samsung either.

    (usage: just delete the original files, and drop these ones into your system. .apk into /system/app/, .so into /system/lib)

    Have a nice day:)

    ebola
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    Hehe. Here is how i get this to work.

    First i downloaded xwjj7.rar and do the step like you said in you guide.
    When the reboot was done, I could see that danish was available in Samsung keyboard (in my case I'm from Denmark (; )

    I enable it.
    but I don't get æ,ø,å in my Samsung keyboard. :(

    I then tried to install the other zip file from another user with named called NEE keyboard.zip

    I tried to install it with the same steps, reboot. But then I didn't have Samsung keyboard in my setting anyone.
    It was gone.

    then I tried just to take the apk file from the first zip and the rest from the second zip(without apk file). Install again with same steps. The reboot, and now I have danish keyboard with æøå.

    I'm running roto-JME.
    Hope this can help someone, if any maybe got same problem like me.

    I have wait really long for this! And I'm so glad for this. Many thanks to both of you guys!

    Sent from my GT-P1000 using XDA App