How to Translate Japanese to English


Have you ever gotten a new Gadget, device or some other device with instructions in a foreign language with no English?

This can happen and you may need to translate the user manual from say Japanese to English or any other language. My guide will show you how to translate any given language to English.

This can be a printed book, pamphlet, booklet or on screen display text.

What you will need?

You will need all of the following

1.A Smartphone (Android or iPhone)

2.Internet Access (Also Works offline)

Video Guide:

Watch the video guide to see what to do in a detailed article that walk you through everything for your convenience.

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How to Translate Japanese to English?

1.First Find a Guide, Instruction manual that’s in another Language like Japanese.

2.On your Android or Apple phone go ahead and go to the app store and download this app for Android or iPhone.

3.Launch the App and select auto detect language or select the language if you know it and choose English as the language to translate to.

4.Select the camera and point the phone at the text you want to translate. The phone should translate in real time.

Offline Translation

When you want to do offline translation in places you may not have internet. Go ahead and when selecting a language to translate from simply click the down arrow and confirm downloading the offline data so you can translate even when there is no internet.

One more thing

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About Ricardo Gardener

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