We are now heading to get the Xiaomi Mi band 5 in the next June. What’s more, the next band will give us more options than any previous bands and the current Mi Band 4. When it enters the market, we will see all of its glory but the Mi Band 4 is not any less than other fitness trackers. You can get most from it in your workout session while doing outdoor activities. The upcoming fitness band will first debut in China with the Chinese Language and later it will arrive in other countries. That’s why you must know how to change the Language on any Mi Band tracker.
Some so many users are not from Chinese origin or don’t know the English Language. For such users, Xiaomi has introduced many native languages from Asia, Europe & Africa regions. If you are living in Europe, then you will get your native language instead of English. In each update, the company releases support for many languages across the globe chances are you will get your mother tounges in the list. For your help, I am here to guide you. I will tell you how to change the Language on Mi Band 3, Band 3i & Band 4.
Change Mi Band 4 Language
To change the Language, you don’t have to do anything on your Mi Band. You can change it from your paired smartphone and then it will automatically sync to your fitness band. Follow these steps on your paired smartphone. Here I will show how to do it on Samsung smartphones. You can use the same method on your other smartphones.
1. Go to Settings
2. Then head to General management (Samsung phones)
3. After that tap on Language and Input
4. Now click on Language
5. Here you will see the list of languages
6. Scroll down & choose your native Language
Finally, the Language of your paired smartphone and Mi Band will change automatically. Note that many languages are not yet supported by Xiaomi bands so if you are unable to get your understandable Language, then wait until the next firmware update. In each update, the company adds support for at least 2-3 languages. It is the simplest way to understand your Mi Band 3, Mi Band 4 or newly launched Mi Band 3i in your mother tongue.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.