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Old April 19th, 2012, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a new phone (Motorola Spice Key) with Android. I am form Argentina and we all speak in spanish, but I want my phone in english, so after buying the cellphone I changed it's language to english, but everytime i shut down and turn the phone on, the language changes back to spanish. It's the only configuration (as far as I noticed) that changes back when i reboot the phone. Any idea how to keep the language?

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Old April 19th, 2012, 07:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hello and welcome to the community. I'm not familiar with the settings on your device, so I've moved your thread to the forum where other users of this device May be able to help you.

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P.s. I'm sure if there was a check box to choose this option as default - you would have seen it, right.
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Haha i can't find that checkbox. BTW I have Android 2.3.

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Haha i can't find that checkbox. BTW I have Android 2.3.

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I would suggest that when you reboot the device, make sure to remember to change back the language until you find a solution to fix this.
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Hello there,
I have a new phone (Motorola Spice Key) with Android. I am form Argentina and we all speak in spanish, but I want my phone in english, so after buying the cellphone I changed it's language to english, but everytime i shut down and turn the phone on, the language changes back to spanish. It's the only configuration (as far as I noticed) that changes back when i reboot the phone. Any idea how to keep the language?

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Hi!
I have the very same problem. Did you find a solution?? Galaxy Note here.
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Hello there,
I have a new phone (Motorola Spice Key) with Android. I am form Argentina and we all speak in spanish, but I want my phone in english, so after buying the cellphone I changed it's language to english, but everytime i shut down and turn the phone on, the language changes back to spanish. It's the only configuration (as far as I noticed) that changes back when i reboot the phone. Any idea how to keep the language?

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Solved!!! Here is what I did:

Go to Settings --> Application Manager --> All --> SuperSu
Choose "Uninstall update".
Reboot phone.
Open Google Play(market), and update SuperSu to latest version.

After this I rebooted phone and language English again!

I've located Chainfire on Google+ and you can check his original post here:
plus.google.com/u/0/113517319477420052449/posts/P2Aqd3jBrgb
What I did is close to what he wrote there.
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