Did some error checking today and realized I was mistaken. I wasn’t finished with the first part.
It appeared to change the locale, but I was stupid to not close the app and look at the rest of the system. Turns out it only changed the language on an application level. The only thing that was changed was my app, not the entire system.
Silly beginner mistake! I should have realized that it shouldn’t have been so simple. However, changing the locale for an application alone could be useful later on. I’ll have to keep what I did in mind. Might come in handy for any future ideas.
For now, just for future reference’s purposes… to change the application’s language is putting
Locale locale = new Locale(“The Language Code: ‘en’ or ‘en, us'”);
Configuration config = new Configuration();
config.locale = locale;
Well, I guess it’s a good thing to go through that experience.
经一时，长一智: famous Chinese phrase which means something equivalent to getting wiser after going through experiences.
Going tennis tomorrow, hopefully the fresh air and exercise will help me think clearly.