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Old 01-06-2013, 06:47 AM   #1
muzzex
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Device: Kindle 4.1.0
Russian dictionary in Kindle 4.1.0

Hi,

I have a brand new Kindle 4.1.0.
I have downloaded a Ru-En dictionary.
It is not possible to use this to get pop-up translations as Kindle do not support cyrillic language. I can browse the dictionary, but that's not very convenient way to look up words.

A few questions.
1. Can I Jailbreak the device such that it supports also cyrillic letters? I'm 99% sure this does not work. At least that's what I understand from other posts about similar issues.
2. Can I Jailbreak the device to add cyrillic symbols in my "keyboard"? And if so, can I use them to search for Russian words in my dictionary? Will it recognice them and find them?

Thanks for any help,
Muzzex
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