Use these methods to change language in Vivo if your phone is now set to a language other than the one you typically use. This might be the result of buying a used or imported device, changing your language unintentionally.
1. Go to Settings
The cogwheel icon, which must be on the home screen or in the phone’s menu, represents the settings on the Vivo. You may enter the main menu by typically swiping your finger up from the bottom of the screen to the top.
2. Open System Settings
We search for the System section by looking for the exclamation point icon, which is often located in the lower-left corner of the screen.
3. Language & Input Settings
The world globe symbol for “Languages & Input” should be clicked. The language of the keyboard and the messages displayed on the vivo may both be changed from this area.
4. Click on Languages
The first choice on the vivo screen, “Languages,” which is typically written in Chinese characters, should be clicked once more.
5. Add a Language
To add a new language to the vivo, click the + “Add a language” button. A list of suggested languages will then show below the other languages.
6. Search the Language
Find the language you wish to change your Vivo to by searching for it in the list or using the magnifying glass icon in the top right to perform the language search.
7. Choose Region
Once you have decided the language you want to install on your Vivo, a list of choices to pick the language’s region will display. Choose the relevant region from the list. In order to install the dictionary for your nation or region, you must choose the proper region.
8. Change Language’s Position
The primary language of the vivo will be selected by clicking and dragging the language to the first place using the vertical lines on the right.