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I bought HTC Desire HD and I want to change UI language to Russian. The issue is that I see in settings only English, German, Italian and French.

Is it possible to add other language without rooting phone?

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You can use the same app that I found for my problem to fix yours:

Custom Locale

Custom Locale QR Code

Just install it and then select Russian as your predefined language and you're good to go mate.

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Thank you. Actually, after I installed russian SIM-card and performed factory reset, phone automatically started with russian localisation. My wife is happy now. –  uthark Jan 31 '11 at 2:38
    
After change custom locale, if it also change the phone language ? Such as custom locale change to Russian, if also phone language also change to Russian ? –  user29721 Mar 7 '13 at 4:18
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I have added my language using morelocale2..

Language : ta (Tamil) Country : IN (India)

ta_IN

I am able to add and select my language. But, It is not changing the default language of the device.. Still i could it see the things in english .. any suggestions?

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While the first part of this answers the original poster's question, the remainder should be submitted as a new question. –  wbogacz Apr 21 '13 at 11:56
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uthark,

You can try using MoreLocale2, for an easy locale change.

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Thank you for your response, but I've already solved problem. –  uthark Mar 17 '11 at 6:56
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