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Go to the "Start" menu, then choose "Settings," "Control Panel" and "Regional and Language Options."
Click the "Languages" tab, then the "Details" button, the "Settings" tab and the "Add" button.
Choose an input language from the list. You can choose ANY language. For example, if English (US) is the "input language," check the "Keyboard layout/IME" box to select the US-International English keyboard from the list. Click "OK" and close the input window. A language indicator should appear in the System Tray (the area in the bottom right hand corner of the desktop). Switch between input languages by pressing the "Alt" and "Shift" keys simultaneously.
Click "Apply" to finish the process and finalize your choices. You shouldn't need the Windows installation CD for this process.
I did this to my HF1000 Handsfree device this evening as I had mine in chinese language as well today.
Power up the unit the vioce will say power on, wait for silence then push and hold the Call button, the unit will speak the pairing instructions including the pair code of 0000. regardless of the language the voice will repeat the number four times, so even thought you might not understand it, you will hear the number repeat....
After a brief silence period, press and hold the call button again, the next announcement is the language selection menu. After the announcement press the Volume + (plus) button to change the langauge, this announcement is quite long. Wait for each announcement (they are maybe two full sentences long).
Press the plus (+) Volume button to again to change to the next language, wait the appropriate length of time and press the plus Volume key again, for the next language....
Chinese language is directly after English, and so you need to go throught the key press sequence about I think five times. English, then Chinese, Italian, Spanish then German, is the sequence I believe.
it's under sms.
create new message > message > "options" icon (bottomest left)
> writing Language > (choose your language). mine has english, malay, indonesian, thai, korean & simple/trad chinese.
(Sorry, no japanese. maybe northeast asian market has.)
you can then set input preference, either under "options" icon > input method, or click on the top right rectangular box in the texting