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Amazon has by far the best help section of any tablet manufacturer on the planet. See number 5.
Turn on the device. Press and hold the power button at the top of the device for two seconds, or until the screen turns on.
Select your device language, and then tap Continue.
Connect to a Wi-Fi network, if possible. If you're not able to connect to a Wi-Fi network, tap Complete Setup Later. However, you will not be able to set up your child's profile or add content to their profile until you are connected to Wi-Fi.
Register your Fire HD Kids Edition tablet to your Amazon account. If you don't have an Amazon account, you can create one now.
Note: The Amazon account you use to set up the Kids Edition tablet is used to set daily time limits or purchase additional books, videos, and apps to add to your child's library. You should use the Amazon account that you use to purchase physical or digital products on Amazon. You do not need to create an Amazon account for your child.
Select your time zone. The time zone is how you set the time and date for your Fire tablet.
Select either Setup your child's account to create a profile now, or Setup later to create a profile at a later time.
Add a child profile. Select an image for your child's profile, and then enter your child's name, gender, and birthday. Then tap Continue.
Share content with your child. If you have purchased digital content, tap the check box next to each title you want to add to your child's profile, and then tap Continue.
Tip: Tap For Kids to view recommended family-friendly titles in your library, or tap a content library (for example, Books) to view and select individual titles on your own.
Set a lock screen password or PIN. To prevent your child from accessing device settings, web browsing, social media, in-app purchases, and more, you must set up a lock screen password for your profile.
Launch FreeTime. After your child's profile has been created and has content added to it, you can launch your child's profile and they can start using it to make progress towards their educational goals. Alternatively, tap Set Daily Goals & Time Limits to choose different educational goals or time limits for when or for how long your child can use their Fire HD Kids Edition tablet.
Tip: If more than one child will share the Kids Edition Tablet, you can create a lock screen PIN for each of their profiles so that each child only accesses content that is appropriate for them.
I'll do my best to help you out.
Since this is an old Android version.
Go to settings>language and input (or maybe in this case input)> from here you should be able to choose the keyboard, try by tapping different options until you see the choice of activating different keyboards.
Pan easier way is to use a regular PC, log in to our gmail account by going to play.google.com/store, and download a keyboard of your preference, it will download automatically on your tablet. After it download, once you tap the keyboard icon, it will take you step by step on how to activate it in rider to use it. Try Swiftkey.
I'm afraid you are right. There are too many cheap chines tablets on the market. And when you really don't know what brand or what model, you even can't put in new software. I would send it back or put a complaint on e-bay for that part.
I assume you're using a secure Wifi connection with a password and it seems like that authentication is not working. You could try using an open wifi access point to eliminate the possibility of this authentication issue.
Tap on the Settings tile (the one with the cog, or gear, on it). Go down to the language option (it should have an image that looks like a sheet of paper with an "A" on it).You should be able to find English among the choices. Good luck!
That totally depends on the Operating System installed by the manufacturer.
Check on their website.
As a general default, going to main menu / settings there will be an option to Reset to Factory Default. This generally then forces you to reconnect to your wi-fi provider and reset tablet languages.
(This is a pure guess for your tablet, sorry, no makers name so no real clue.