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I have a Nokia 306 Asha that I bought for my sister and she doesn't know english at all and the only understandable(by me) language that it has is english.

I saw some descriptions by using PC Suite,Nokia Software Updater,Nemesis Service Suite to change the Product Code so it would have other languages. The only problem is that in the tutorials they didn't described for which phones is this and I can't find the Product Code for Romania or Hungary. I found some Produt Codes but I don't know which of them could be for Romania or Hungary.

The Product Codes look like this:

059L9F6: RM-768 LATAM_L_MBLUE_NULL_LTA
059L9F7: RM-768 LATAM_L_RED_NULL_LTA
059L9F8: RM-768 LATAM_L_DGREY_NULL_LTA
059L8S7: RM-767 EURO_D_DGREY_NULL_MK
059L8S8: RM-767 EURO_D_DGREY_NULL_HR
059L8S9: RM-767 EURO_D_DGREY_NULL_RS
059L8T0: RM-767 EURO_C_DGREY_NULL_FR
059M834: RM-767_EURO_D_RED_NULL_CZ
059M835: RM-767_EURO_D_DGREY_NULL_CZ
059N0R9: RM-767 MEA_MAA_SY_NULL_RED
059N0S0: RM-767 MEA_MAA_SD_NULL_RED
059N0S1: RM-767 MEA_MAA_SY_NULL_DGREY

How can I tell which of the Product Codes are good?

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Try the ones with "EURO" in it. Since "LATAM" im betting means Latin America and "MEA" is Middle East. –  DuckDuckGoose Dec 23 '12 at 12:55
    
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Note that there are two versions of the Nokia Asha one is the RM-767, and the other one is the RM-768. If you want to change the language to Romanian you probably have the European version which is the RM-767.

If you have a grey handset, use the 059L8S9: RM-767 EURO_D_DGREY_NULL_RS product code to install the Russian language pack (includes: English, German, Ukrainian, Russian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Hungarian) and go to phone settings, and change to your desired language.

For more colors check this page, remember to check the language code (last part of file name) Rs for Russia, Ro for Romania, and Hr for Hungary.

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