If you have several languages installed on your BlackBerry Aurora and you want to delete one or more of them to free up space in its internal memory of 32 GB we indicate how to remove languages from BlackBerry Aurora following the next tutorial. If instead you are looking to change the language of your BlackBerry Aurora click the following link: Change language BlackBerry Aurora
Estimated time: 5 minutes.
1- First step:
First we go to the settings of the BlackBerry Aurora, it is the icon of the cogwheel, it must be on the home screen or in the menu of the phone, you can access the main menu usually by dragging your finger from the bottom to the top of the screen.
2- Second step:
We look for the System section, usually the icon of the exclamation mark symbol that is in the lower part of the screen.
3- Third step:
Click on “Languages & input” it is the world globe icon. From this section you can change the language of the texts displayed on the BlackBerry Aurora and also the keyboard language.
4- Fourth step:
Click again on “Languages”, this is the first option at the top of the BlackBerry Aurora, screen, usually with Chinese characters.
5- Fifth step:
The list of languages that are installed on our BlackBerry Aurora, will appear, click on the three points in the upper right of the screen.
6- Sixth step:
Press “Remove”, an unchecked box will appear to the left of each language. We click on the box to mark those languages that we want to eliminate from our BlackBerry Aurora, leaving the language that we want to keep unchecked.
7- Seventh step:
Click on the trash can icon at the top right of the screen to delete these languages.
8- Eighth step:
We will see a confirmation message to verify that we did not perform that action by mistake, press “OK” to confirm the deletion and you will have already deleted that language from the BlackBerry Aurora.