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    Arabic language support and Net TV service recommendation.

    Hi I recently purchased new Philips LED TV and I'm indeed happy with it...

    ? -> Now since the philips firmware is based on linux, can't it be possible to add Arabic support "Font and reading?"


    Also is it possible to add "fatafeat TV" videos to NET TV services? it's great and popular channel for cooking "Arabic" and provided high quality videos in their website:
    http://www.fatafeat.com/main.php?act...ndemand&v=true

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugal View Post
    Hi I recently purchased new Philips LED TV and I'm indeed happy with it...

    ? -> Now since the philips firmware is based on linux, can't it be possible to add Arabic support "Font and reading?"


    Also is it possible to add "fatafeat TV" videos to NET TV services? it's great and popular channel for cooking "Arabic" and provided high quality videos in their website:
    http://www.fatafeat.com/main.php?act...ndemand&v=true

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    It depends on your TV model, in the newest TV's we already support Arabic. The app. “France 24” can be seen in Arab settings on the 2010 models. Open internet websites show the fonts correctly.
    Thank you for the "fatafeat TV" tip, it was recommended to the Net TV team.
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    Thanks for reply,

    My TV model is 40PFL9704 which is 2009.. Now I already updated "using TV internal update system" to last firmware, but it still lack Arabic as option/support

    Can I still hold my hope for a new firmware soon that add the new language support as in 2010 models...

    Thanks again...

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    plz help

    Quote Originally Posted by Philips View Post
    It depends on your TV model, in the newest TV's we already support Arabic. The app. “France 24” can be seen in Arab settings on the 2010 models. Open internet websites show the fonts correctly.
    Thank you for the "fatafeat TV" tip, it was recommended to the Net TV team.
    my Tv is TV: Philips 5500 Serious Led with Pixel + HD Model no. 42PFL5507D/30 I don't know which year is it but it is not support Arabic in the setting & then it cant read any Arabic subtitle files along with the movie from the USB device it only read it if the subtitle is on English language

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