or if you feel uncomfortable doing this, then you could try and find a .torrent for motorola pc suite, and motorola phone tools [Pirate Bay has one:)]. of course you'll need to install the V3i USB driver first. The Automatic Phone Software Update in Tools is fantastic, does everything for you, just don't unplug the phone for the 20 minutes it takes to back up the phone's settings and flash the phone's hard drive.
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Language set-up mode
In order to enter the language set-up mode proceed
1) Make sure the audio unit is switched off.
2) Press and hold buttons 1 and 4 simultaneously.
3) Press the power button and the radio will switch on.
4) Release all the buttons and the display will show
5) Press the << or >> button and the language
setting display will change as follows:
ENGLISH ? FRENCH ? GERMAN ? ITALIAN
Once the language has been set, switch off and
switch on again the audio unit by pressing the power
Direct from the guys at nintendo:
Nintendo DSi & Nintendo DSi XL - Settings - Language
You will be asked which language (English, French, Spanish) to use during the first time setup of the system, but the language setting can also be done through the system settings. How to change the language:
On the Nintendo DSi Menu, use the stylus to select the Settings ("wrench") icon.
Select the right arrow thee times to go to page 4, then select "Language."
Select from the options options on the screen:
Select OK (the bottom-right button) to confirm and return to the System Settings.
- Press Menu /Select. - Select the Handset Setup menu, and then the Handset Language submenu. - Move the cursor to choose English, Français (French) or Español (Spanish). - Press Menu /Select . You will hear a confirmation tone.
Oh boy that's a real problem. I guess the menu is there but you don't understand it because it's in Spanish.
I don't know this particular phone but thinking logically, there are four things I would consider.
1) Find someone who can speak Spanish, there are lot of people who can.
2) Find someone who has the same phone that is in English and copy the key presses.
3) Use Google language tools to help you interpret the Spanish menu
4) Take you phone to a dealer