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how to change rom language

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im downloaded a rom

but its language is chinise.

and i dont understand chinise

plz .... help

how to change the language in english

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STep1: Go to settings

Step2: Go to Langauage And select English

P.S = BEST QUESTION OF THE YEAR :P

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In build.prop, change the language to en GB or en US. Once done reflash the rom. U must be able to boot in with English as your default language. And yes, u might need to sign-in ur zip package before flashing!

Build.prop can be found in system folder of ur downloaded zip file!

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In build.prop, change the language to en GB or en US. Once done reflash the rom. U must be able to boot in with English as your default language. And yes, u might need to sign-in ur zip package before flashing!

Build.prop can be found in system folder of ur downloaded zip file!

Fahad if he cant find the language setting after booting into the Rom , Then i think its impossible for him to find the build.prop and editing it :/ Dont you think so ??

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i know that

language change setting

but the other in chinise language like icon name, notification etc....

i want to change in englsh language.

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i know that

language change setting

but the other in chinise language like icon name, notification etc....

i want to change in englsh language.

Some things wont change !

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Fahad if he cant find the language setting after booting into the Rom , Then i think its impossible for him to find the build.prop and editing it :/ Dont you think so ??

Maybe he can't find the setting in the installed ROM (because of the chinese), but he may find build.prop in the zip file before installing.. :)

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Maybe he can't find the setting in the installed ROM (because of the chinese), but he may find build.prop in the zip file before installing.. :)

Hope so he find it without any complications !

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