Ah, yes, I see now. My problem was I was looking at the individual pages
for the phones themselves, which don't have that information. I hadn't seen
the term $B!VFs%v9q8l!W(B before, but once you see it it's pretty obvious what
it means, and it even explains beside it that it can display in both Japanese
So it seems that only the two Sony models (A3014S and A1101S) and the
Global Passport model (C1001SA) do English, all the rest are Japanese only.
Seems sort of odd when all the newer Docomo models (all 503 onwards, and
various 2xx models from as long ago as the 209) are bilingual, and I think
most of the newer J-phone ones, too.
And your English is just fine. Thanks for the help.
Curt Sampson <cjs_at_cynic.net> +81 90 7737 2974 http://www.netbsd.org
Don't you know, in this new Dark Age, we're all light. --XTC
On Sat, 7 Dec 2002, Tsetsegkhand Namsrai wrote:
> Hi, all
> To find an answer to a question about which phones have bilingual menu, you
> should get AU's monthly pamphlet wich is available in every AU phone sales
> stand , and open "Spec&Function" page mostly in 4 or 6th page form the end.
> There is a table with columns for AU phone model number, and rows with
> specs and functions .
> Then look for a row wich sais "bilingual display" in Japanese, if you know
> basic kanjis for 2 , country, language. So then follow this line and see if
> the cell of the model which you like, has big spot , it means that OS of
> this phone can be displayed in English too.
> Hope I could write in English so you could understand,
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Received on Sun Dec 8 02:03:48 2002