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Yes you can:
1. Press HOME
3. tap Settings -> Locale & text -> Select Locale
4. Select your language..
If spanish doesnt show, your version of software might not have spanish and you will need to contact htc or the distributor nearest from you to eventually change the version.
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Punt. Sorry to here about this but IMEI copying hardware and software is easy to copy. Perhaps your phone company with give you a new IMEI with a new contract. If not, sell it with disclosure of the problem. Then, buy one with a legit carrier perhaps one that doesn't use IMEI's like Verizon or Sprint.
hey u ppl... i bought htc p3452 just 4 days ago n its an amazing phone... as far as the cube in concerned, its an old feature which comes in htc p3450 which has been withdrawn by the company in india( to d best of my knowledge). p3452 has an improved touch feature having a touch flow bar instead of the conventional cube... and its far better than the cube... so i guess dat resolves d fuss abt the cube...
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!!!