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uder the base of the unit you will see a small hole about the size of a pen this is the reset button get a pen or similar item insert the nib into the hole and press the button this should reset the unit
First of all the language was Finnish and not German.
I managed to get a translation from Finnish to english for the word
Then i went to the system menu and selected kieli, then englanninkieli
then pressed enter, this changed the language to english.
I did not have to do a factory reset.
Thank you for your trouble.
If you can get to your settings area it looks like a little gear. Go 6 options down and touch it and you should be able to change it there. The user manual is in the link below if you need more technical information.
I solved the language problem by selecting the settings icon and then fumbling my way through the German instructions until I found something that looked like the language selection and yep, it was so it was easy enough to change back to English.