Khmer Unicode Language support for Samsung Galaxy S2 Android MIUI ROM 2.3.2b

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1. Concept

You can add Khmer language support to Android OS in 2 stages.

Stage 1: Basic Khmer Unicode support (Font rendering and Keyboard) to Android OS

– Modify Khmer Unicode font to work with Android OS, and Replace Android UI System fonts with Khmer Unicode support fonts.

– Add Khmer Unicode support to Android OS Unicode rendering engine  (libskia.so, libskiagl.so & LibWebcore.so)

– Create Khmer Keyboard layout and input method

For more details about Khmer Unicode & Andorid OS go to in depth section 4 below.

Stage 2: Translate Foreign language Andoid System files and Apps into Khmer language.

– decompile apk file to modify resource such as xml, jpg, png or smali code files (translate into Khmer)

– recompile the apk and put back into your phone.

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Translate Foreign language Andoid Application apks into Khmer

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If you haven’t read about Stage 1 on how to add Khmer Language support to Android OS yet click here (it contains links to download all required tools to translate apk)

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How to translate Android system files into Khmer

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Stage 1: If you haven’t read about Stage 1 on how to add Khmer Language support to Android OS yet click here

(it contains links to download all required tools to translate apk)

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INQ Cloud Touch Clockwork mod Recovery

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Finally, installing clockwork mod recovery on INQ Cloud Touch is possible.

WARNING: DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISKS. DON’T BLAME ANYONE BUT YOURSELF IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG.
ALL credit goes to sagara981 & orgwiz

Method:

Use flash_rom to push Clockwork mod recovery image to INQ Cloud Touch using command flash_image recovery ImageFileLocation.

The flash_rom must be installed in /system/bin.

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Photo: TTPOD and Khmer Unicode lyric (lrc)

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Photo: TTPOD works well with Khmer Unicode lyric (lrc)

How to do it?

1./ Make sure you install Khmer Unicode font for your Android Device.

2./ Download TTPOD app for Google Play store,

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sds.android.ttpod

3./ create LRC file with same name as your MP3 file using Notepad++. Ex. if you have a khmersong.mp3, then create khmersong.lrc

The simple format of LRC file look like this:

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LRC_(file_format)

[00:12.00]Line 1 lyrics
[00:17.20]F: Line 2 lyrics
[00:21.10]បងក៏ធ្លាប់ដឹងពីអារម្មណ៍បាត់បង់ស្នេហា
[00:24.00]Line 4 lyrics
[00:28.25]D: Line 5 lyrics
[00:29.02]Line 6 lyrics

4./ place the mp3 file and lrc file in the same folder on your Android device.

5./ Add the song to your TTPOD program

6./ In TTPOD preferences, Advance Preferences, turn the Desktop Lyric on. Desktop Lyric will display whenever you minimize the TTPOD app. (in the Photo, Desktop Lyric shows on the home screen)

Post your lyric here.

http://www.facebook.com/groups/186966944767913/

Fix Small Khmer Unicode Font in Vista

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1./ Install Khmer Os System (you can download it from Khmeros.info
2. Save the following into fixvista.reg, then double click to install it. 

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Fonts]
"Daunpenh (TrueType)"=-
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\FontSubstitutes]
"DaunPenh"="Khmer OS System"

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