Under All Apps, all the way at the bottom, theres an app with Korean writing. Never noticed it before. Anybody have any ideas? Also, I cannot delete it. Only force stop or disable. Seems fishy...
I recently installed Korean fonts as well as ibus/ibus-hangul so that I can type Korean. I noticed that in Firefox the Korean font looks relatively normal and appropriate... but in Chromium the font is hideous. In Libreoffice the default Korean font is droid sans (fallback) and everytime I choose a different korean font it will not switch to the one I choose... instead keeping the default active.
I got a U+ Korean G Pro (F240L) I like it too much in fact, but because of unwanted Korean apps and Korean dial pad, now I want to change the firmware to be that one used in Middle East & Europe... but actually I have some problems;
hello buddies. i have lg g2 f320l21v korean. it has many korean apps which are totally useless apps and using alot of ram and internal memory. it has kitkat 4.4.2. i want to remove these apps without rooting. is there any method, if, not then please tell me rooting is safe for g2 and after rooting can i get kitkat software updates???
I am currently stationed here in South Korea and have a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (Korean on the Olleh Network). My issue is, half of it is in Korean and there's a lot of apps running in the background that I have no clue what they're meant for...
One of my Korean nephews wanted to type in Korean. He installed Korean on the entire OS instead and even though I know how to change languages, it just isn't working for me from the UI. When I change the language it doesn't give me a button to apply the change.
Can anyone suggest an alternate method?