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I can not change lenguage because I don't have a setting MENU

The first time I connected the C250 to the computer ask me the lenguage, I don't know what button I clicked but I was set in Austrian or something like that. Now the Menu is only for Music, FM, Record, Photos and Equal... No Setting at all. I need it in English or Spanish. Please help me.

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    The first time I connected my C250 to the computer it ask me the lenguage, I don't know what button I clicked but I was set in Chinese or something I can't read. Now I can't read the menu. Please help me reset it to English!!

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Pull out the battery and put it back in. you will lose all your files but all your settings should go back to the way they were when you bought it.

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