When turning on my new Garmin 750 GPS, everything was in the Greek language. How do I shift it to the English language? As I can't read Greek in Cyrillic script, I am at a loss on the "help" facility as well. Any help would be much appreciated.
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turn on the unit.... when you get to the first screen you should see a wrench icon.... touch that then click on settings... you may have to scroll down that list until you see language... change it to english in there.
Look under settings>language>voice. Select American English and it will work again. The same thing happened to me this week on my new Garmin 750 and I took a couple of days to figure it out. Hope this helps.
Click on the wrench tool button, then the picture of the sprockets which is system, then click the lips/mouth. Once there, you should be able to change the voice and text to English. Just click on one of the boxes to change it to your chosen language.
YES. Do this:
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This may be a result of a previous software version on a device or possibly
some one changing the settings. If a device does power on with a foreign
language that you can not understand it can be corrected by going through the
settings to change the text language.
To change the text language:
Touch Wrench icon on
the screen with the Magnifying Glass and Map icon