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question on chinese words displaying on 6288(a008)

 
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hi, recently i 've developed some j2me applications,but at last i still
can not solve the problem of chinese words displaying on motorola 6288 mobile(i get the
chinese words through http protocol from a windows 2000 web server,and the chinese
words is encoded by GBK,as i know 6288 only support iso8858-1 and iso10646), i need your help!
 
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Well this is also a very intesting question for in respect to final year project.
Well i don't think so uptil now any mobile support the unicode character if so please let tell me which company.
If u are doing so isn't u have to contact the mobile company for this please let me tell this.
 
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Are you able to change the Web server to use UTF-8 instead of GBK for the encoding? If so, you could then use

to read in the Chinese characters properly. I'm not sure if the 6288 supports UTF-8, but it should.
 
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