The screen on the CDR778 looks like it is all in japanese now. I cant read it, do I need to get a translation booklet, or is there an easier way to fix this? All the other functions seem to work. Thank you.
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Hi, I've had a look around and found the original Japanese manual and did a Google Translate on it, but there is nowhere in the manual that shows a menu setting to change language. All the instructions are purely related to GPS, DVD, USB etc.
I think this unit was released for the Japanese market only. The traffic alert system on it is Japanese.
I learned this trick a few months ago and it is worth gold!
Get a smartphone with Google Translator on it, borrow one if you have to. Use the camera feature in Google Translator and point it at the screen. Magically, all the text turns to from Japanese to English when you highlight it. Look for Settings - Set Up - Language or similar.
language can be changed in control panel menu.quick tip is to google translate the word "language" from English to Japanese on another device...then you will recognise how Japanese write the word language.
nope, sry, its only chinese/english/korean/japanese to change language press on the blue icon on the top of screen (the one with a wrench) and press the 6th icon, the one that has 4 stripes with an E, a chinese smbol, a japanese smbol and a korean symbol (will you be able to differ between those 4?)
Unfortunately, the x2gen company has declared bankruptcy and gone out of business due to legal trouble (x2gen.com). Manuals are no longer available online.
Unless you can find someone who can read the menus for you, or has an old manual laying around, I can pose a couple alternative, albeit tedious, solutions.
Using http://babelfish.altavista.com/ you can translate your menu... that is, you can type "BRIGHTNESS" in English, and request the Japanese translation. Locate the text in the menu that matches the translation. Tedious, yes, but it would work. To use this for non-arabic based character sets, you will need to install a Japanese font on your system, otherwise the text will return as "?????" question marks (in place of each Japanese character).
Another alternative would be to take a photograph of your menu screen and submit it to a forum to have an online user do the translation for you...
Just some ideas - hopefully you can make some progress...