As I pointed out earlier we didn't receive Sinhala Language on Android Lollipop (5.02) as it is in Google stock Android version. Now my Sony Xperia Z2 (D6503) runs Android 5.1.1 Lolipop update and still can't see Sinhala Language. I only have one request to make as a Sri lankan fan of experia mobiles. I'm begging you all to include Sinhala Language on your Sony Marshmallow (6.0) update. Atleast i would like to know a reason why you can't include if there is any technical difficulty. Please attend to this issue for the sake of 20 million srilankans who live in all around the world.
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Sony has revmoved Sinhala Language from their new Lollipop (5.02) update I received my Android Lollipop (5.02) update yesterday for my Sony Xperia Z2 (D6503) and i got really dissapointed when i realized that Sony has removed Sinhala language (Unicords) from Android Lollipop Google stock update. I know for a fact that from Android Lollipop (5.00) on wards Google had relased their Android platform including Sinhala Language. I don't know why Sony removed it intentionally, and i beleive as a big Sony fan i have a right to know! Sony has been a established brand in Sri Lanka for so long and even without official support there lot of people using Sony devisers. This is something unjustand unaccpetable. You will never know the feeling when you can't read your mother language on your phone. I beleive ability to use a prefered language is a right as a Sony user and you have taken that right from me when you removed Sinhala language from your device's new update. I would like to show you how it shows me my language on my Sony xperia Z2. I'm sure any Sony user will feel the same if they had to see their language like this. Even Google traslator now support Sinhala. and removing it from my phone is unacceptable. I hope Sony team will take this issue seriusly and give me a positive answer. I'm begging you to include Sinhala atleast from the next update onwards. There are 20 million people speaking Sinhalese in Sri Lanka and also aroud the world. Sony has to have Sinhala. If i didn't get a positive feedback, this maybe the last time I'm buying a Sony devide again. I'm sure that feeling is mutual with every Sri Lankan. So please!
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