Whether you want to have fun learning another language, or switch your iPod nano from English to your mother tongue, you do not need to install anything, download language packs, etc. Your iPod nano comes with languages built right in. The latest iPod nano comes with about 30 languages, even including regional/national variations like English US / English UK, and Portuguese (Portugal) / Portuguese (Brazil). This tutorial explains how to quickly change your iPod nano's language, and what to do against such a prank.
Tip: Note that some features do not work with some languages available on your iPod nano, including: VoiceOver (your iPod nano announcing track titles or artist names, etc.), cover flow in horizontal mode, spoken menus (an accessibility feature for visually impaired and blind users), searching, scrolling quickly through lists (when the current letter appears conveniently in overlay)
To change the language of your iPod nano, start by going back to the home screen (Main Menu).
Within a couple of seconds, your iPod nano will bring you back to the Settings screen, now using the new language you chose. The rest of this tutorial explains how to revert to your native tongue (English or otherwise), if you accidentally switched language, or are surrounded by friends with a twisted sense of humor.
Whether someone played a prank on you, or you accidentally switched to another language, don't panic. We'll now show you how to get back to reverting to your favorite language without having to reset your iPod nano:
A later tutorial will explain how to lock your iPod nano to prevent nosy friends and pranksters from your language settings!