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psifi
Posted 2017-10-16 12:08 PM
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Create an application folder (three Japanese characters, literally read "appli"

I have the same unit as you but how do you create the Japanese folder on english windows explorer
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psifi
Posted 2017-10-16 12:31 PM
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Done using google translate here are they are if anyone wants to try ???

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roychanyl
Posted 2017-10-16 12:56 PM
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Hi Psifi,

It's simple.
Go back to the website where they have the Japanese instructions. By using google translate, you can actually make out which are the three boxes representing "appli", copy the three boxes (from the Japanese instructions) and you have the words in clipboard memory.
When you create the folder, just paste it from clipboard. Once inside the Brain device, it can automatically recognise the boxes as the true Japanese Kana.
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psifi
Posted 2017-10-16 2:29 PM
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Yes got ce opener working will have a go with miopocket later

Thanks
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roychanyl
Posted 2017-10-16 4:31 PM
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Wowed, congrats.

Have fun.
You can do the same with many other programs.I have success with List pro, Calce98, Declock, Tetris, FileManCE2, all by directly copying and renaming all their exe files like what you do to ceopener.
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