I'm having problems sending texts in Korean and was wondering if someone could shed some light into this problem?
I'm able to send and receive SMS's in English just fine. I also am able to receive SMS's sent entirely or partially composed in Korean just fine as well from Telus, Bell, Koodos, Virgin and overseas cellular network subscribers. However, I cannot send any SMS's containing Korean characters, partially or in entirety. The perplexing aspect of this though is that the intended recipients with the above mentioned carriers don't receive anything at all from me, not even a text with broken characters, as though my texts sent in Korean just disppeared into a null.
I'm using an unlocked Motoroal Charm/MB502 with Android 2.1. Though I'm unable to use Google's Korean IME app, I'm still using a Korean character app with which I am able to compose and send emails in Korean using the Gmail and other email client apps.
I'm rather confounded by this issue and was hoping someone with a more technical knowledge in Fido's handling of Unicode SMS's can help me out. But perhaps I'm being a bit presumptious thinking that this is Fido's issue and not my phone's? Thanks in advance for your time and courtesy.
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