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I accidentally hit the japanese button on my setting page and I dont know how to get back to the english display?

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If it has a reset button ..use it to get the settings back to the factory setting s..if not..please let me know the make and model ..to locate the manual and guide you to the language change ...feature..
If you do have the manual ..take a look to the menu map ...and locate the steps for to english ..
probably will be menu ...settings ..language ..and than english ..
If you know the steps until the language ..than try to hit a few times languages randomly ..until you get one with latin alphabet ..After that will be easy to locate English ..
So what you need to know ..is how to get to the language setting ..

Posted on Aug 25, 2010

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