Add a Language for Google Search Results on LG L70
Edited by Hotelier, Crystal, Eng
Hello and thank you for watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to filter Google search results by language on the LG L70.
To begin, unlock the phone by pressing the power button on the top right-hand side, then swipe up.
We need to access the Internet. We can see the Internet icon on our home screen, it's a globe icon.
If it's not on the home screen, we can also access the Internet through the Apps menu. It's in the bottom right-hand corner of our home screen. It's a gray box with a set of white squares inside of it. For now, let's open the Internet by tapping it directly on the home screen. In this example, it opens up to Google.
In order to filter the search results by language, we can scroll all the way down until we see "Settings" in the gray area at the bottom. Tap on it.
Tap "Search settings", the option at the top of the pop-up menu.
We scroll down through the list until we get to "Language of Search Results". It's currently set to English, but we can add another language if we'd like to view Google search results in a second language as well.
Tap "Add another language".
Tap the wanted language. We'll add Spanish.
Press "Save", the blue button at the bottom. We will now see Google search results in both English and Spanish.
We can close the Internet application by pressing the bottom center button one time. This brings us back to our home screen.
This concludes the tutorial on how to filter Google search results by language on the LG L70. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please leave them in the space below.
Video: Add a Language for Google Search Results on LG L70
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Recent edits by: Crystal, Hotelier