Hi out there,
I had similar problems with my ipod and after playing around with it for awhile and got to the language list I cllicked on english and pushed menu. Had to do this a couple of times. By the second or third time press menu and then your sleep function and this should change it to english. It worked for me. Once you have it in english put the system to sleep for a minute or two. This will set the ipod to the english language. If you just shut it off it will change back to chinese when you turn it on. When you unlock the sleep mode it will turn on in english. Then you can turn it off and on again and it will be in english. Hope this helps. It did for me.
I got one off ebay just a few fays ago and the language was stuck in chinese, so after just testing the MP34 i found out how to change the langauge into English.
Click into the 'two rotating items',
Then, go down to the 4th settings, i.e 04/11. This is Languages.
After entering that, click into the 2nd option. i.e 02/25. This is English settings.
And hopefully it should be done.
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1. Open Google Translate: https://translate.google.com/
2. Type "Settings" in the left text box on the Google Translate page.
3. On the right side next to the languages, click the little triangle that points down and choose "Chinese" to see the letters/symbols that match the lettering for the "Settings" on your device. Choose that option on your device.
4. Go back to Google Translate and type "Language" to see the letters/symbols that match the lettering for the "Language" on your device. Choose that option on your device.
5. Once you are in the language settings, you should be able to choose "English".
This forum has listed the Chinese names for the menu options you are looking for (I could not directly paste the Chinese characters here). Clicking on them should allow you to change the player's language.
Hi dalynch1033, this is a rather cumbersome problem, it seems. Is the language in another alphabet altogether (like Chinese)? Either way, you can try looking for the Settings menu. It should have a recognizable icon, like a toolbox or a spanner or a gear, regardless of the language. Roam around in that menu to see if you can change the settings to English.
Othewise, take it to a service center. If all else fails, there should be a button or a pinhole marked "reset" that you can press to revert to the factory settings (doing this probably would NOT delete the data in the player, but this depends on the brand).
Hope this helps.
there should be an optioon for changing text in the menu but im assuming that you cant read it ... so lets try this method goto the manufaturers website and download the software and the latest firmware and try reflashing the mp3 players software with any luck the default will be english
hi all just fixed the languae prob on the mitone player as follows hit settings icon at the bottom right of screen- box will be ticked -hit the sixth box on the screen- tick box then there are 3 optionsboxes hit the first one it is for language settings-then hit the third box it says english and happy days hope this helps you ttfn, Tracy T
these are quite simple to work usually self explanatory.
the name probably won,t exist. find system settings, and change the default language to english. it,s a simple matter then of connecting via a usb lead to the pc, and transfering your music across into the designated music folder.
Hint:- make sure you transfer as MPEG3. if it,s only 128mb there,ll not be much room for songs.
Mike @ Compurepair.