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  1. m_ghv_geo

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    I bought HTC ONE X the international version (not the USA LTE version)
    from EBAY.com the seller was from Hong Kong

    in "system language" I do not have "English (United States)" or "English (United Kingdom)"
    so i choose "English (Singapore)".

    so how to get "English (United States)"
     

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    Try doing a factory reset & set up the phone from scratch.
    settings/storage/factory reset, this returns the phone to how it was then you can enter everything from scratch.
     
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    How that is spouse to help my problem?
     
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    You have a "regional" OS "build"- meaning a specialized version of Android and Sense which (most likely) only differs in the language packs that are built in and some of the radio frequency code. Simplest answer is that if "English (Singapore)" works for you, then you should be able to enjoy the phone without noticing anything else.
    However, if you absolutely want the US/UK English language pack, read through this thread over at XDA, then peruse their development section- it appears you can root and flash a ROM with baked-in US English language support.
     
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    The English, be it Singapore English or elsewhere, should be pretty standard. My Legend from Belgium uses English (Netherlands) and I never had any weird word show up due to that.

    To the OP: perhaps you could try installing MoreLocale from the Play Store? In OS versions prior to ICS, this can unlock any system language pre-installed on the phone. Never tried it on a One X, though...
     
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    morelocale2 seems to work on my one x (international version from expansys).
     
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    I'd love to switch the phone with you lol I bought my phone in the UK and there's no support for any Asian language. Why don't they just install every language onto the phone and user can choose to delete the language they don't use... :'(
     
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