by | August 22, 2014 | How-to


If you purchased a Chinese brand Android device, upgraded the firmware or made a Factory data reset, the language setting will most likely be set to Chinese by default.

To change the language setting from Chinese, follow the steps bellow:

  1. Turn on your device and open settings menu, by launching the “gear” icon (see screen above)
  2. On the left side of the settings menu, select the “A” icon
  3. On the right side of the settings menu, select the first optionlang_02
  4. Select your language and exit settings menulang_03
  5. DONE


15 Responses to “How-to change language setting in Android”

    • Tom Cn

      You are most welcome. Glad this post turned up to be useful for at least one user :)

  1. allan pryde

    thanks a million thought i had big probs solved in 2 mins GREAT INFO CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS

  2. Bob

    managed to change language, but how do you keep it there. mine keeps coming back every time i switch off and turn back on again.

  3. Bob

    fixed the language problem with the update of Kodi in Apps. It also fixed google store problem, “unfortunately google store has stopped” and maybe other things!

  4. Sammii

    I can’t find the “A” icon… iv searched everywhere? Someone please help I’m loosing my mind!


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