Alternatively, you can press the home button at the bottom of your phone, press the Apps icon, which looks like a checkerboard. You may have to scroll through several screens, but you will find the Settings icon, which looks similar to the one we had on the notification screen. Press that one time.
Now you can scroll down through the list of languages. You may notice that Chinese is not listed under "C". That's because Chinese people don't speak English natively. They speak Chinese and Chinese is a character based language. Scroll down until you find Chinese characters. Here you see we have two types of Chinese characters, traditional, and standard. Simply tap on the first one, and it will switch our system language to Chinese.
This concludes our tutorial on how to set up Chinese on the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone, the S5 Mini, or the S5 dual-sim. Thank you for watching VisiHow and please make sure to check out some of our other videos if you need additional help or support with Android or Samsung.
Alternatively, press the home button at the bottom of the phone. One press will take you back to home screen where you can find the Applications icon, which looks like a checkerboard. One press on that will bring up the Applications folder, where you will find the Settings icon, which is also a gear shaped icon. Simply press that one time.
This will open up the Settings panel. Obviously, since everything is in Chinese, you won't be able to read it. However, you can scroll down to the bottom and under the System menu, you will find the letter "A", the Language option. Simply tap it.