Just updated to Belle, and I no longer have Hebrew Language installed on my phone.
I can read Hebrew text messages, and type Hebrew using Swype, but when using physical keyboard, my choise is between languges that do no include Hebrew.
Since the "Official Nokia Partner" (or however they call themselves) in Israel never intended to sell E7-00 model in Israel, I don't think I will get any support from them. Is there a way to restore my previous Anna version (Seems unlikely) or to flash/somehow add Hebrew language back to my device?
As far as I understand, the shop which sold me this phone, flashed the language pack onto it. Using their services is not an option for me right now.
Info from device manager:
Release: Symbian Belle
Software version: 111.030.0609
Sofware version date: 2011-11-26
Custom version: 111.030.0609.C04.01
Custom version date: 2011-11-26
Attached file contains the screenshot of language selection menu.
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It isn't possible to roll back firmware updates. Unfortunately, language packs are not user installable.Try contacting your local Nokia Care Point to see if they are able to install the necessary language pack for you.
2012-02-07 16:43 - edited 2012-02-07 16:46
Language packs are not user installable - Officially or at all?
EDIT: It could be great if Nokia would've allowed the user to choose his phone lnaguage and input from all available languages. Right now my device is capable of seeing Hebrew correctly but I must use 3rd party software for Hebrew input. If I wouldn't want to use physical keyboard, I'd gone for N8-00 and not for E7-00.
Attempting it any other way would invalidate your warranty and unfortunately we are not allowed to discuss anything which may result in invalidating the warranty on this forum.