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Sansa c240 in a different language how to change?

Hi my sansa is in like hidu or somethin can i get a step by step on how to change the language since i cant read it


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  • cippy7 Nov 04, 2007

    Does anyone have an answer? The user manual doesn't help since I can't read the main menu on the device!!



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Users manual is here;

Pages 18 - 20 has the Settings Menu, you can see what you need to change to get back to English.

Best of Luck.

Posted on Oct 13, 2007


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