At 3/1/13 07:51 AM, Sekhem wrote:
do asians like to mysteriously hide like a racial caricature from 1940s pulp novels
Looks like it, or rather they just aren't as vocal. The only complaints I've seen on this issue are from foreign Japanese-learners.
Although I would argue it to be a trait more specific to the Japanese, rather than the entirety of Asian cultures.
At 3/1/13 07:58 AM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
thats because Gingerbread 2.3 is a outdated OS system for earlier phones from 2009 who still uses those? plus its asian languages I wouldn't be surprised if asian characters don't compute or some shit.
"This bug isn't even really fixed in ICS or JB, it will only display the correct Japanese fonts if you set the system language to Japanese."
And again, you're forced to root your phone if you want to fix it.
Besides, I only pulled this forth as an example of the lack of usability you find in Android phones. Another thing that annoys me is that whenever I restart my Android phone or plug it into my computer, the keyboard defaults to the standard android keyboard. And to change back to the keyboard of my choice, I'm forced to enable it in the Settings menu, hold my finger on a text field, choose input method, then finally choose the keyboard of my choice. It's like linux all over again.
But I won't be pushing the above issue as like you said, Gingerbread is outdated, and I doubt this bug is present in the newer versions of Android.