If you have several languages installed on your Apple iPhone 4 CDMA and you want to delete one or more of them to free up space in its internal memory of 16/32 GB we indicate how to remove languages from Apple iPhone 4 CDMA following the next tutorial. If instead you are looking to change the language of your Apple iPhone 4 CDMA click the following link: Change language Apple iPhone 4 CDMA
Estimated time: 5 minutes.
1- First step:
First we go to the settings of the Apple iPhone 4 CDMA, it is the icon of the cogwheel, it must be on the home screen.
2- Second step:
We look for the “General” section within the settings, its icon is curiously another cogwheel.
3- Third step:
We go down within the General settings and look for “Language and region” and click.
4- Fourth step:
If you only have a language installed on your Apple iPhone 4 CDMA before deleting the language, you must add a new language in which the device and its menus are configured. If you have several languages included, they will be listed under the text “PREFERRED LANGUAGE ORDER”. Press “Edit”.
5- Fifth step:
Find the language you want to delete and click on the delete symbol on the left, it is a red circle with a white horizontal line in the center, similar to a no-go sign.
6- Sixth step:
To the right of the language the text “Delete” will appear in white with a red background, click on “Delete” and then click “Done” in the upper right part of the screen.
7- Seventh step:
To confirm the deletion of the language on the iPhone 4 CDMA a confirmation message will appear at the bottom of the screen, click on “Continue”. This is the first option available in the pop-up window.