Anyone have a definitive path for me to follow? I purchased the sghzv40 in Rome, with Vodafone coverage, but the prompts for voice mail, etc. are in Italian. I was able to change the language for the display (there was an option) but Samsung tells me I have to work with Vodafone to change the voice mail, etc, language prompts to English, and Vodafone is being less than responsive. If anyone can help, that would be great! LMT
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Re: Language for Menu prompts
Woud you see someone using same model with your phone that was in english language/ you can ask him a favor to let follow the setting of his phone by following the command of his phone until you riached the language setting, that was the easiest way that i know. you can try it,,,,
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the phone is region dependent.
what i mean to say is... if you have purcahse a phone within a region that has french as an alternate language you can definitely set your phone to French but if not then theres no way you can change the language to french with the phone alone.
you can check on this:
menu > settings> general > personalization> language > phone language.
Okay well for a start when your on your home screen select the middle button so you are at the menu. Then go to the little picture of two cogs in the bottom right hand corner and press the middle button. There should be numbers on the sides of all options , select the number 6 by simply pressing the number 6 on your keypad. Now you should be on the language menu. These should also be numbered. Select number 2 by clicking 2 on your keypad. The language on your KF 310 should now be in English mode. :)
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