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Click "Start" and "Settings." Step 2
Tap the "System" tab and open "Regional Settings." Related Reading:The Types of Data Connections for a Sprint HTC Touch Step 3
Tap the region you want to select on the "Regions" tab. You will be able to adjust other options on subsequent tabs; options that appear depend on the region you choose.
Touch "Start" and "Settings." Step 2
Tap "Personal Tab." Select "Input." Step 3
Select "Options" and "Language." Select the language you want to use to change the settings.
I have been unable to sort this out! I am not tech savvy...however, I understand I need to obtain a Windows 6 OS in English! I´ve checked online for freedownloads & have yet to find! So many purchasers have this problem...not realizing there isn´t a language change setting prior to purchase! I´ve spoken directly to HTC with the issue of this little advertising omission!!! They blame Microsoft!!! I intend to speak to a lawyer friend. I think it´s deceitful marketing to some degree!
BTW...HTC also justified the language setting omission issue, advising me my HTC Touch is not a smartphone...not even a phone...it´s a PDA! PDA´s according to them, do not have language change settings!!! Do note however, HTC.com site does list the HTC Touch under Touch Phones in their Product window!!!