MULTI MIUI Multi Lang 2.11.9 [ICS & JB]


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mavvy

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hi, can the language pack be flashed over the official miui.com version? i am using a galaxy s3 i9300. any1 tried that yet?
 

ingbrzy

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hi, can the language pack be flashed over the official miui.com version? i am using a galaxy s3 i9300. any1 tried that yet?
no... for multilang you have to flash our miuiandroid build...
 

cat_baxter

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Still don't get the point - it's clear that APKs are different per phone. You have a base firmware and language pack - it's a double work imho. Sorry if the questions are very stupid :)

If someone needs a firmware in english - he can use the original one, if he needs multilanguage version he must install your base and only then the language pack. It could be the problem because there are two steps instead of one :)
 

ingbrzy

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Its no easy to update translations for every week at Friday... also in fridays release are some xml changes and saturday is time for translate them...
 

cat_baxter

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It's clear, but I think people can wait few days for a _true multilanguage firmware_ (sounds like a dream ;). Who can't wait few days - please download the new offical MIUI version :) And the OTA is possible if we have only one firmware, right?
 

Reyn

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Bugs with German language:
- Message App not translated
- Toggles not translated
- Clock app not translated
- "About phone/Über das Telefon" -> "Status" leads to FC and loose connection
 

Ahaba

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Ahaba,
You asked very good question - the current multilang package doesn't work on MiOne(S) due to the small size of internal system partition, we're trying to find a workaround. The easiest way is just to remove few apps to another partition (I've checked - it woks). Hope that guys find the solution.
Thanks for this info, I tried to change and remove some huge app, but I cannot find any tool to sign the Rom, I tried 5 different tools but no one really sign effectively the Rom, what tool do you use?
 

Ahaba

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@Ahaba

try this please https://www.dropbox.com/s/wcg7uho9ah61ojb/signer.zip
you should have java installed, the command line:

java -jar signapkv2.jar -w -v testkey.x509.pem testkey.pk8 Email.apk Email_s.apk

Email.apk (or firmware.zip) - input file
Email_s.apk (or firmware_signed.zip) - output file.
I installed Java JDK 6U20, then after put the update file to sign in the unzip folder renamed signer, I type the command line java -jar signapkv2.jar -w -v testkey.x509.pem testkey.pk8 Email.apk Email_s.apk, but I got the answer that Unable to access to jarfile signapk2.jar.
I tried in diferent ways but nothing I get the same answer.
 
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