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<p>To use Japanese input on the Nokia N93, you need to be able to <a href="display%20Japanese">Displaying Japanese on N93</a>.</p> <p>After you have Japanese display enabled according to the above step, do the following:</p> <ul> <li>From the <a href="http://love.meganebu.com/~simontek/piclip.html">PiClip website</a> download <a href="http://love.meganebu.com/~simontek/piclip/PiClip025.zip">PiClip</a>.</li> <li>Unpack the above file and install the jar file to the N93. Install it to the microSD card, not phone memory.</li> <li>From the <a href="http://love.meganebu.com/~simontek/piclip.html">PiClip website</a> download the <a href="http://love.meganebu.com/~simontek/piclip/pbdic102.lzh">dictionary archive</a>.</li> <li>Unpack the utf8 directory from the above archive.</li> <li>Make a <strong>Dic</strong> directory in the root of the microSD card.</li> <li>From the <strong>utf8</strong> directory above copy the <strong>word.utf8</strong> file to the <strong>Dic</strong> directory above.</li> </ul> <p>You can now run the PiClip application, it allows you to enter the Japanese text in a multi-tap fashion. After you have typed the text, select <strong>Options - OK</strong>. You can than copy the text to the clipboard by keeping the <strong>pen</strong> key depressed, selecting the text with the cursor and selecting copy. Then you switch to the app where you want to enter the Japanese text and paste it from the clipboard by keeping the <strong>pen</strong> key depressed and selecting Paste. It's not super-comfortable but it works.</p>