Question about SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player
I accidentally chose a language other than English and now I do not know how to change the language to English. Any suggestions????
You can go one of three ways. From the music/headphones icon, press down 3x (to get to settings); right 1x (to enter settings); down to the fourth option/line (observe the scroll bar to make sure you count from the very top) right 1x (to enter the languages menu). You will find your own language in plain text. It should work unless your setup is different or I miscounted somewhere. If that doesn't work, try updating the firmware. By doing that, it will ask you which language you would like to use on your Clip. If either of those do not work, plug your Clip into the computer. Then go to my computer under the start menu, find your mp3 player under the list (should be under 'devices with removable storage', or something to that effect). Right click on the mp3 player icon, and click "format". Go with the format it suggests, then reinstall the firmware from there. It will be like starting from square one.
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