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Emergency Alerts are in Spanish, how do I get it back to English?


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RebelGamer137

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As the topic title says, everything else on my phone is in English, how do I fix this? I want my alerts in English. I have a UMX U683CL.


Edited by RebelGamer137, 31 March 2020 - 04:11 PM.

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The only possible reason I could find is a glitch in the system or a possible  gps issue........ Do you live close to a heavy Spanish speaking area ?


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The only possible reason I could find is a glitch in the system or a possible  gps issue........ Do you live close to a heavy Spanish speaking area ?

I live in the DC Metro Area


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OMG Anything could go wrong that's so populated of an area.... I just can't see any phone setting that might we be able to look at or change. Very odd indeed. How often has this happened ?  If it's happened more that once you could or might want to let the carrier know, T Mobile, Verizon, Cricket whoever it is and see if they would have any input and or ideas to why that is occurring.

 

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Over 800,000 Latinos live in the Washington metropolitan area.


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