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According to Wikipedia, 20 crores people around the world speak in Bangla! Wikipedia also informs that, there were almost 155 million (counting) mobile internet users all over the world in 2009! But the matter of sorrow is, except few exceptions, there is no any way (by default) to see Bangla font in well-known mobile devices!
Dear Java users,the latest UC Browser v9.1 for Java
Make you browse like a smartphone!
Get latest version here: http://bit.ly/12MPShN
Share your friends what is new
1.eMule and FTP Downloading Support
1. Bitmap Font
Using the unique “Bitmap Font” you can now enjoy reading pages in Arabic, Persian, Urdu, and Hindi, even if your phone doesn’t support these languages.
2. Greater Languages Support
Bengali is now supported.
3. Various Bug Fixes.
Eg. automatically reinitializing browse
Download link: http://debug.ucweb.com/java/
How To See Bitmap Fonts In Java Uc Browser
- Download the UC Browser 9.1 from http://debug.ucweb.com/java/ Choose the universal version.jar, if your phone is a non-Samsung. If your phone is Samsung, then choose later section. If it shows ‘Certificate error: Contact the application supplier’ during installing, then choose the signed version.
- After you have installed it in your phone, open it.
- Go to- Menu/Settings/Advanced/Bitmap Font (Green marked zone in the following screenshot) and activate it.
Note: As they said earlier, Using the “Bitmap Font” you can now enjoy reading pages in Arabic, Persian, Urdu, and Hindi, even if your phone doesn’t support these languages. Bengali hasn’t been included yet.
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