How to change language on Xiaomi Mix Fold 3 HyperOS [No Root]

Change Language on Xiaomi Mix Fold 3

Change Language on Xiaomi Mix Fold 3

When it comes to foldable devices, Xiaomi has made quite a name for itself and is widely regarded as among the best in this domain. With a top-of-the-end specs sheet and an impressive build quality [which is one of the most important prerequisites for devices belonging to this form factor], there’s not much left to ask, well apart from its underlying OS skin.

One major reason why many prefer to maintain a safe distance from this device and instead opt for its alternative is the fact that its HyperOS beholds a slew of preinstalled unwanted bloatware apps. Adding to their misery, many have voiced their concern that they are unable to change the language on their Xiaomi Mix Fold 3 from English to a native one of their choice.

While there exist a couple of rooted methods that might help you get this job done, but rooting in itself would bring in quite a few issues, with the likes of SafetyNet and Play Integrity being the major repelling factors. So to avoid all these caveats, this guide will make you aware of a nifty workaround to fix this issue without the need for root. Follow along.

How to Change Language on Xiaomi Mix Fold 3 [HyperOS]

  1. First off, download and install Language Enabler from the Play Store.
  2. Then go to Settings > About Phone > Tap on the OS version 7 times. This will enable Developer Options.
  3. So head over to Settings > Additional Settings > Developer Options.Change Language on Xiaomi Mix Fold 3
  4. Now enable the toggle next to USB Debugging and tap OK in the prompt.
  5. After that, connect your device to your PC via a USB cable.
  6. Then download and extract Android SDK Platform Tools on your sdk platform tools
  7. Head over to the platform tools folder, type in CMD in the address bar, and hit Enter.
  8. This will launch the Command Prompt window inside the platform tools folder.
  9. Then type in the below command and make sure that you are getting a serial ID:
    adb devices

    adb devices

  10. If you aren’t, then implement the ADB fixes mentioned in this guide.
  11. Now type in the below command in the CMD window:
    adb -d shell pm grant com.wanam android.permission.CHANGE_CONFIGURATION
  12. Then run the Language Enabler and select your preferred language.
  13. If everything is well and good, then go to Settings > Additional Settings > Languages.
  14. You should now see your preferred language. Select it and your task stands complete.

That’s it. These were the steps to change the language on Xiaomi Mix Fold 3 HyperOS. Still, have any doubts? The comments section is all yours, make your voices heard there and we’ll chalk out the best fix for you.

Why Import Devices from China?

So some of you might have this question why should one purchase a device from China after all when you already know what you are getting into [the language fiasco and all that stuff]? Well, it’s just because of two reasons: first off, there are some Xiaomi devices that are region-restricted and only available in China. So in such cases, you have no choice but to import the devices from China.

Then there are some Xiaomi devices that even though are available in numerous regions, it is still the cheapest in China. So even if you include the cost of import, the device tends to cost less than the cost of purchasing from the home country. So due to this, users generally prefer to order it from the Chinese market rather than their own.

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While you might face a few issues after getting your hands on the Chinese variant of the device, but in most cases, you could easily rectify or patch them with just a tad bit of technical knowledge. Either a couple of ADB and Fastboot Commands or a few rooted modules is all that is needed in most instances to rectify the underlying issues. However, there’s another side to this story- users with such technical know-how only make up a tiny proportion of the overall user base.

There exists a majority that might not even have any idea of ADB Commands, let alone root. And we don’t blame them either. But if you belong to that group, then it is advised that you refrain from importing the device because every now and then you might across the need to deal with Commands or modules, which could prove to be easier said than done for the ones who are not familiar with these kinds of stuff. All in all, making yourself aware of the surroundings before you ultimately step your feet into that ecosystem is all we can say. The ultimate choice lies in your hands and our guides are always there to help you out.

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