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Dell™ Streak
User's Manual
COMMENT
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Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make
better use of your device.
CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates potential damage to hardware or loss
of data if instructions are not followed.
WARNING: A WARNING indicates a potential for property damage,
personal injury, or death.
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Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
© 2010 Dell Inc. All rights reserved.
Reproduction of these materials in any manner whatsoever without the written permission
of Dell Inc. is strictly forbidden.
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Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the
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interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own.
October 2010
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference and
2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement:
For body worn operation, this device has been tested and meets FCC RF exposure
guidelines when used with an accessory that contains no metal and that positions the
handset a minimum of 1.5 cm from the body. Use of other accessories may not ensure
compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
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Contents
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Package Contents .
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2 Dell™ Streak Features
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3 Setting Up Your Dell™ Streak
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Turning On Your Device
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Turning Off Your Device
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Getting Your Device Ready for Use
Turning Off the Screen
4 Understanding Your Dell™ Streak
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Out Of Box Wizard
Touch Screen .
Screen Orientation
Applications, Widgets, and Shortcuts
The Stage Desktop
Dell™ Stage Widgets
Status Bar .
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Quick Buttons
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Navigating the Applications
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5 Using Your Dell™ Streak
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Managing Contacts
Messaging
Pop-up Menu .
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Android Keyboard .
Google Search
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Power Control widget
Managing Your Device Settings
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Browsing the Internet .
Web Applications
Synchronizing Your Google Data
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7 Customizing Your Dell™ Streak
To change display settings .
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Connecting to the Internet.
E-mail
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Swype Keyboard .
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To manually set the date, time, and time zone
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To choose a language .
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To change sound and ringtone settings
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8 Protecting Your Dell™ Streak
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Protect Your Device Data With a Screen
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Protect Your Device Data With a PIN .
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Protect Your Device Data With a Password
Protect Your SIM Card With the SIM Lock
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Camera
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Copying Files to and from MicroSD .
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Gallery
Calendar
Clock
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Bluetooth® .
Music
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Calculator
Sound Recorder
Voice Dialer .
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SIM Manager
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10 Playing Videos on HDMI Devices
11 Troubleshooting
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Package Contents
Your device may come with varying accessories. Check the contents
of your package to verify that you have the following:
NOTE: Availability of accessories may vary depending on the
country/region where you purchased the device.
U.S.A
Streak device
Battery
Quick Start Guide
Safety, Environmental, and Regulatory Information
Warranty Service Information
USB cable
Charger
US plug
Pouch
Headset with mic
Europe
Streak device
Battery
Quick Start Guide
Safety, Environmental, and Regulatory Information
Warranty Service Information
USB cable
Charger
UK plug
EURO plug
Pouch
Headset with mic
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Dell™ Streak Features
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Buttons/Connectors/Parts
1 Headphone connector
2 Volume up/down button
Landscape mode:
Volume up button
Volume down button
Portrait mode:
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Volume up button
Volume down button
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Functionality
Connects to headphones.
• While playing media such as music
tracks or video clips:
–Press to increase or decrease the
media volume by one level.
–Press and hold to continuously
increase or decrease the media
volume.
• Press either button to mute the
ringer while receiving a call.
• In all other situations:
–Press to increase or decrease the
ringer volume by one level.
–Press and hold to continuously
increase or decrease the ringer
volume.
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Buttons/Connectors/Parts
3 Power and Sleep/Wake button
Functionality
• If the device is off, press and hold
to power on the device.
• If the device is on, but the screen is
off, press to turn on the screen.
• If both the device and the screen
are on,
–Press to turn the screen off.
–Press and hold to select one of
these options:
Silent mode: The device does
not vibrate and disables all
sounds except for alarms.
Airplane Mode: Select to disable
all wireless connections.
Power off: Turn off the device.
4 Camera button
• If the camera is not active, press
and hold to start the camera.
• If the camera is active, press to
capture a photo or record a video.
• When recording a video, press to
stop.
5 Back button
6 Menu button
Touch to return to the previous
screen, close a dialog box, menu, or
pop-up message, and to dismiss the
keyboard.
• Touch to open or close the pop-up
menu displaying available options
for the current application or
actions that you can perform on
the current screen.
• Touch and hold to bring up the onscreen keyboard for text input.
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Buttons/Connectors/Parts
7 Home button
Functionality
• Touch to return to the Home
screen.
• Touch and hold for quick access to
the recently accessed applications.
8 Microphone
9 30-pin connector
Use for voice calls
• Connects to a USB cable to transfer
files to a computer.
• Connects to a charger to charge
the device.
• Connects to the Home Dock for
audio and video output.
10 Proximity sensors
Turn off the screen as you bring the
device close to your face to make or
receive a call, in order to prevent
unintentional touches.
11 Earpiece
Use to listen to phone conversations.
12 Front-facing camera lens
Use for taking a front view picture, e.g.
self-portrait.
13 Ambient light sensor
Controls screen brightness according
to the surrounding lighting
conditions.
NOTE: To enable the ambient light
sensor, touch the Home button
Menu button
, and then select
Settings→Display→Brightness.
Automatic brightness
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Parts/controls
Functionality
14 Speaker
Audio output for video and music
playback.
15 Back cover
Secures the battery in place.
16 Camera lens
Captures pictures and videos.
17 Camera flash
For using flash to take pictures.
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Setting Up Your Dell™ Streak
Getting Your Device Ready for Use
1 Remove the back cover
a Slide the back cover downwards in the direction towards the end of the
device.
b Lift the back cover off the device.
NOTE: The device will shut down automatically if you remove the back
cover while the device is on.
NOTE: You cannot turn on the device if the back cover is removed.
2 Insert the SIM card
Insert the SIM card in the illustrated direction under the metal plate that
covers the SIM card holder.
NOTE: If you have trouble inserting the card, ensure that you have
aligned the angled corner on the card with the corner of the card holder.
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3 Insert the battery
Align the metal contacts on the battery with the contacts on the battery
holder and insert the battery.
4 Install the microSD card
a Hold the microSD card with the metal contacts facing down.
b Slide the microSD card into the microSD card holder.
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5 Close the back cover
a Push the end of the back cover against the groove near the bottom of the
device.
b Place the cover onto the back of the device, and then push the cover
towards the top of the device to secure the cover in place.
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6 Charge the device
NOTE: Charge the battery in an environmental temperature between
0°C and 45°C.
The battery is not fully charged when first unpacked.
a Plug the supplied USB cable's 30-pin connector into the 30-pin
connector on the device.
b Plug the cable's USB connector into the supplied USB wall charger
adaptor.
c Plug the USB wall charger adaptor into a power outlet and charge the
device till the battery is fully charged.
NOTE: The device is fully
charged within four hours from a
power outlet.
NOTE: To charge your device
using a computer, connect the
supplied USB cable's 30-pin
connector to the device, and the
cable's USB connector to a USB
port on the computer.
Turning On Your Device
NOTE: Use this device in an environmental temperature between -10°C
and 55°C.
1 Press and hold the Power button
operating system starts up.
to turn on your device. The
2 If the screen is locked automatically, flick the
icon to unlock
the screen.
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3 If your SIM card is locked by a Personal Identification Number
(PIN), type the PIN by touching the corresponding number keys
using the on-screen keypad. Touch the OK button to confirm
your input.
4 The device is ready for use when the home screen is displayed.
Turning Off Your Device
1 Press and hold the Power button
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2 Touch the Power off option on the screen.
Turning Off the Screen
If both the device and the screen are on, press the Power and
Sleep/Wake button
to turn off the screen.
NOTE: If the device is on, but the screen is off, press the Power and
Sleep/Wake button
to turn on the screen. For how to unlock the
screen, see The Screen Lock Wallpaper.
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Understanding Your Dell™
Streak
Out Of Box Wizard
To view the on-screen Out Of Box Wizard for basic controls of your
device, touch the Home button
→the Launcher button
→
welcome, and follow the instructions to proceed.
The wizard has demonstrative videos that you can play, pause or skip,
giving you a quick overview of the device.
At any point during the video, you can touch CONTINUE and
PREVIOUS to go to next or previous page.
After viewing the last page, touch DONE to return to the Home screen.
Touch Screen
Your device has a multi-touch sensitive screen. You can touch the
surface of the screen to operate the device.
Finger Gestures
Allows you to:
Touch
Tap gently on the screen with your
fingertip.
• Select the items on the screen
including options, entries, images,
and icons.
• Start applications.
• Press the buttons on the screen.
• Input text using the on-screen
keyboard.
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Finger Gestures
Allows you to:
Touch and hold
Touch and hold your finger on the
screen.
• Enable the moving mode of an
item on the Home screen.
• Open the context menu.
Drag
1 Touch and hold your finger on an
item on the screen.
2 Keeping your finger in contact with
the screen, move your fingertip to
the desired location.
3 Take your finger off the screen to
drop the item in the desired
location.
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• Move items such as images and
icons on the screen.
• Scroll through Home screens, web
pages, lists, entries, photo
thumbnails, contacts, and so on.
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Finger Gestures
Allows you to:
Flick or swipe
Move your finger in a vertical or
horizontal direction on the
screen.
Quickly scroll through Home screens,
web pages, lists, entries, photo
thumbnails, contacts, and so on.
Zoom-out
Move two fingers close together on
the screen.
Reduce the view of an image or web
page
(zoom out).
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Finger Gestures
Allows you to:
Zoom-in
Move two fingers apart on the screen. Enlarge the view of an image or web
page
(zoom in).
Screen Orientation
For optimal viewing experience, the screen orientation changes
automatically to portrait or landscape format depending on how you
hold the device.
NOTE: Applications downloaded from the Android Market may not
support automatic screen rotation to portrait or landscape format.
NOTE: To modify the default rotating behavior, open the rotation
settings by touching the Home button
→Menu button
→
Settings→Display→Auto-rotate screen.
Applications, Widgets, and Shortcuts
Application - Software which allows you to perform a specific task.
Your device is preloaded with a variety of applications, and additional
ones can be downloaded from the Android Market.
Widget - A small application which resides on the Home screen and
provides quick and easy access to information. For example, the
Facebook widget allows you to read posts on your wall and update
your status.
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Shortcut - A link that you can put on your Home Screen to provide
quicker access to an application or a folder containing contacts or
bookmarks.
The Stage Desktop
As part of the new Dell™ Stage interface, the Stage desktop is
composed of seven individual screens including the Home screen. The
desktop displays predefined Stage widgets, shortcuts, and widgets to
give you quick and easy access to frequently-used applications,
Twitter or Facebook postings, music, pictures, and more.
Home screen
You can customize the Stage desktop to your personal preferences by
adding your own shortcuts or widgets, or by displaying your favorite
picture as the desktop wallpaper.
NOTE: The desktop screens are fixed, and cannot be added or deleted.
NOTE: For more information on using Dell Stage widgets, see "Dell™
Stage Widgets" on page 24.
NOTE: To return to the Home screen from anywhere, touch the Home
screen button
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To navigate across the desktop
Flick the desktop horizontally until the desired Home screen is
displayed.
To control the Home screens using Home screen thumbnails
The Home screen thumbnails work as shortcuts to their individual
Home screens. The icon of the thumbnail will change to represent the
Stage widget displayed on the Home screen.
• To bring up the Home screen thumbnails:
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2
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Touch the bottom area on either side of the quick buttons, as illustrated
in red.
Touch and hold the Launcher button
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• To control the Home screens using the thumbnails, either:
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Touch the corresponding thumbnail to go to the desired
screen.
Home screen
thumbnails
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To quickly pan through the Home screens, drag your finger
horizontally across the shortcuts, until the desired Home
screen appears.
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Dell™ Stage Widgets
Dell™ Stage gives you direct access to your most recently-used
applications, e-mails, photos, music, videos, contacts, Facebook &
Twitter updates, and frequently-used websites.
You can create your own Stage widgets on free desktop screens to
access applications easily and quickly.
Adding a Stage Widget
1 Flick to the desktop screen where you want to add a Stage
widget.
2 To reserve enough space for the widget, remove unwanted items
from the screen. See "To remove a Home screen item" on
page 32.
3 To access the Add to Home screen menu, either:
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Touch and hold an empty area on the home screen.
•
Touch the Menu button
and then touch the Add option.
4 Touch Stage Widgets.
5 From the Select Stage Widget menu, touch to select the Stage
widget you want to add to the screen.
Deleting a Stage Widget
1 Touch and hold the Stage widget.
2 Drag the widget over the
icon.
3 When the widget turns red, release your finger from the screen to
delete the widget.
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Using Stage Widgets
Touching the label of any Stage Widget opens the supporting
application to it's default screen. For example, touching the label of the
MUSIC widget opens up the Music player just as it would by touching
the Music icon in the application drawer.
To use the HOME Stage widget
From the HOME Stage widget, you can touch application shortcuts to
access your most recently-used applications.
To use the CONTACTS Stage widget
From the CONTACTS Stage widget, you can view your existing
contacts or add a new contact quickly.
• Touch the tile of an existing contact and select the action to
proceed with the contact.
• Touch the ADD tile to add a new contact.
To use the EMAIL Stage widget
From the EMAIL Stage widget, you can read your e-mails in your email account or compose a new e-mail. If you have not set up an email account, touch Add an Account and follow the on-screen
instructions to complete your e-mail configuration.
To use the GALLERY Stage widget
From the GALLERY Stage widget, you can view thumbnails of your
recent pictures and videos from the Gallery application. Touch the
thumbnail of a picture or video to view or play it back.
To use the MUSIC Stage widget
From the MUSIC Stage widget, you can view the music albums or
playlists created on your device.
• Touch a music album to browse for its songs. Touch a song to
start playback.
• Touch a playlist to view the playlist you created. Touch a song to
start playback.
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To use the SOCIAL Stage widget
The SOCIAL Stage widget provides widgets to display the latest
postings from your Twitter or Facebook account. To use the Twitter
and Facebook widgets, you need to sign in to your Twitter or Facebook
account with your e-mail address and password.
The Twitter widget
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Touch to view the tweets (Twitter messages) posted by the authors you
follow.
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To post your tweet, touch the text box, type your tweet, and then touch
Update.
3
You can also touch the Update button to compose and post your tweet.
4
Flick through tweets posted by the authors you follow.
NOTE: For more information on using Facebook and Twitter, see
Facebook and Twitter.
To use the WEB Stage widget
The WEB Stage widget shows your recently-visited websites and
bookmarks. Touch the web site you want to visit, or touch MORE
BOOKMARKS to select a website to visit.
To find information on the Internet, you can also:
• Touch the Google search text box on the top of the widget, enter
the name or keyword of the topic you look for, and touch the
key on the keyboard or the search icon
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• Touch
on the right corner of the search box, and say the
name or keyword of the topic you are looking for.
Customizing Your Home screen
To add an item to a Home screen
1 Touch the Home button
.
1 Flick to the screen where you want to add the item.
2 To access the Add to Home screen menu, either:
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Touch and hold an empty area on the home screen.
•
Touch the Menu button
and then touch the Add option.
3 Touch the item you want to add on the Home screen:
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Items
Steps
Shortcuts
Add shortcuts for items that you wish
to access directly from the Home
screen.
• Applications:
1 Scroll through the application
menu to locate the desired
application.
2 Touch the desired application to
create the shortcut on the current
Home screen.
• Bookmark:
1 Flick through the Bookmarks list to
locate the desired bookmark.
2 Touch the desired bookmark to
create the shortcut on the current
Home screen.
• Contact:
1 Flick through the Contacts entries
to locate the desired contact.
2 Touch the desired contact entry to
create the shortcut on the current
Home screen.
• Direct dial:
Touch the desired phone number
to create the shortcut on the Home
screen. You can touch the shortcut
to dial the number directly.
• Direct message:
Touch the desired phone number
to create the shortcut on the Home
screen. You can touch the shortcut
to compose and send a message to
the number.
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Items
Shortcuts
Steps
• Directions & Navigation: Create a
shortcut that you can touch to
open Google Maps and view
directions to a location.
1 Enter your destination in the text
box.
2 Choose how you want to get to
your destination by touching the
driving, public transportation, or
walking icon (from left to right).
3 Enter a name for the shortcut.
4 Touch the shortcut icon that you
want to use for the shortcut.
5 Touch the Save button.
NOTE: For more information on
getting directions using Google Maps,
see To get directions.
• Gmail label: Touch to create a
desired Gmail label shortcut so that
you can access your e-mails with
that label from the desktop.
• Latitude: Create a shortcut that
you can touch to open Google
Latitude to share locations with
your friends and family who have
signed in to the service with their
Google accounts.
• Music playlist: Create a Play all or a
Recently added shortcut that you
can touch to play all songs or
recently added songs.
• Settings:
1 Scroll through the settings to
locate the desired one.
2 Touch the desired setting to create
the shortcut on the current Home
screen, where you can touch the
shortcut to access the setting.
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Items
Steps
Widgets
1 Touch and hold an empty area on a
Add widgets to display active Home
screen windows or controls for your
favorite applications or web-based
services, such as an analog clock, the
music player, the Google Quick Search
Box, or a calendar showing upcoming
events.
Folders
You can create the following folders:
New folder: Add a folder where you
can store your Home screen
shortcuts.
All contacts: Add a shortcut to all
your contacts stored in the Contacts
application.
Home screen.
2 Touch Widgets in the Add to Home
screen menu that appears.
3 Flick through the available
applications or services to locate
the desired one.
4 Touch the desired widget to add it
on the Home screen.
Touch the desired folder to create one
on the Home screen.
Once the folder is on your Home
screen, you can drag and drop an
item on top of the folder in order to
add it to the folder.
Bluetooth received: Add a shortcut to
access files received through
Bluetooth®.
Contacts with phone numbers: Add a
shortcut to the contacts with phone
numbers.
Starred contacts: Add a shortcut to
the contacts marked with a star.
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Items
Steps
Wallpapers
Change the wallpaper of your Home
screen.
NOTE: You can also touch the
Home button
→the Menu
button
→Wallpaper to
change your Home screen
wallpaper.
• Gallery: Open the Gallery
application and select a saved
picture as a wallpaper, or touch
to open the camera
application and capture a picture
that you can set as a wallpaper.
1 Touch a picture category from your
collection, such as Camera,
downloaded, and so on.
2 Flick the picture thumbnails
horizontally to locate the desired
picture.
3 Touch the picture to display it.
4 To cut a portion of the picture as
the wallpaper, move the crop frame
and drag the angles to locate the
desired part.
5 Touch the Save button to set the
wallpaper.
• Live wallpapers: Select an
animated and interactive wallpaper.
• Wallpapers: Flick to or touch a
picture thumbnail to display a
picture, then touch Set wallpaper
to set it as a wallpaper.
To add an application shortcut from the main applications view
1 Touch the Launcher button
at the bottom of the screen to enter
the main applications view.
2 On the main applications view, touch and hold a desired application and
drag it onto the current Home screen, then the application’s icon appears
on the Home screen.
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To move a Home screen item
1 Touch and hold the item you want to reposition until it magnifies
and becomes movable. The device vibrates to indicate that the
item’s moving mode is activated.
NOTE: To disable the item’s moving mode, release the item.
2 With your finger remaining in contact with the item on the screen,
drag the item to another location on the screen.
3 Release the item in the desired location.
To remove a Home screen item
1 Touch and hold an item such as a widget, shortcut, or folder that
you want to remove, until it magnifies and becomes movable.
2 Drag the item onto the top of the Trash icon
item turns red release it.
, and when the
To open a Home screen folder
1 Touch the folder to open a black panel displaying the contents of
the folder.
2 Touch the desired application shortcut to run the application.
To close a Home screen folder
Touch the Close icon
to close the black panel.
To move a Home screen shortcut into a folder
1 Touch and hold a shortcut to make it movable.
2 Drag and drop the shortcut into a folder on the Home screen.
NOTE: Widgets and folders cannot be moved inside a folder.
To remove a Home screen shortcut from a folder
1 Touch a folder on the Home screen to view the contents.
2 Touch and hold a shortcut to make it movable. The shortcut
jumps out and the folder closes automatically.
3 Drag the shortcut to another location on the Home screen.
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To rename a Home screen folder
1 Touch a folder to open the folder panel.
2 Touch and hold the top area of the folder panel
, until the Rename
folder menu opens.
3 Touch the Folder name text box to type the name using the onscreen keyboard.
4 Touch OK to confirm.
Status Bar
The status bar at the top of the Home screen displays the notification,
status, and time areas.
1
1 Notification area
2
3
• The notification area displays notification
icons to inform you of missed calls, new email, messages, and so on.
• Touch and drag down the status bar to view
the notifications listed in the order of arrival
time, and then touch a notification to view the
desired message, e-mail, or missed call record.
2 Status area
• Displays status icons to show the current state
of your device, such as battery power,
charging progress, alarms set, network
connections, and so on.
• Touch and drag down the status bar to view
the information regarding the carrier currently
in use, remaining battery charge, and so on.
3 Time area
Displays the current time.
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The status area may also display some of the following icons:
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Alarm is set
3G data network is connected
Battery status — 100% full
3G data network is in use
Battery is low and needs to be
charged
GPRS data network is
connected
Battery is extremely low and
needs to be charged
immediately
GPRS data network is in use
Battery is charging
EDGE data network is
connected
Vibrate mode is enabled
EDGE data network is in use
Silent mode is enabled
HSPA data network is
connected (only available for
carrier-specific versions)
Microphone is on mute
HSPA data network is in use
(only available for carrierspecific versions)
Speakerphone is on
Roaming signal strength —
strong
Signal strength — strong
Connected to a Wi-Fi network
No signal
No SIM card is inserted
Airplane mode is enabled
GPS satellites function is
enabled
Bluetooth is enabled
Receiving location data from
GPS satellites
Connected to a new Bluetooth
device
Ongoing data synchronization
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The notification area may also display some of the following icons:
Missed call
Problem with sign-in or sync
Call in progress
SD card is full
Call on hold
A Wi-Fi network is found
Call forwarding is enabled
USB cable is connected
Call in progress using a
Bluetooth headset
Some notifications not
displayed
New Gmail message
New e-mail message
New SMS/MMS
Download in progress
Problem with SMS/MMS
delivery
Download finished
New Google Talk message
Application update available
New voicemail
The SD card is safe to remove
Upcoming calendar event
Song is playing
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Quick Buttons
The quick buttons at the bottom of the Home screen allows you to
quickly access the application drawer and some main functions.
1
2
3
4
4
1 Phone button
Touch the Phone button
to open the
Phone application to make calls or find contacts.
2 Launcher button
• Touch the Launcher button
to display
the applications menu.
• Touch and hold the Launcher button
to
display shortcuts to the Home screens.
3 Browser button
Touch the Browser button
to open the
Browser application.
4 Home screen dots
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Touch the dots at the bottom right and left of the
screen to move to the desired room of the Home
screen.
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Navigating the Applications
You can find applications available on your device in these screen
elements:
Application Drawer
The application drawer can be accessed from any home screen and
contains all of the applications installed on the device, including those
you have downloaded from the Android Market.
To open the application drawer
1 Touch the Home button
on the desktop.
to display the default Home screen
2 From any of the desktop Home screens, you can:
• Drag up in the lower area of the screen.
• Touch the Launcher button
.
To navigate pages of applications
Flick the applications drawer horizontally and touch an application to
run it.
To close the application drawer
• Drag down anywhere within the application drawer.
• To return to the default Home screen, touch
• To return to the current Home screen, touch
.
.
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Application Shortcuts
To quickly launch applications on the Home screen, you can add
shortcuts for frequently-used applications to the Home screen or to
the folder that you created on the Home screen. For more
information, see "Customizing Your Home screen" on page 27.
To open an application using the application shortcuts
1 Touch the Home button
.
2 If the desired application shortcut displays on the Home screen,
touch the shortcut to run the application.
If the desired application is stored in a folder on the Home screen,
touch the folder to display the contents of the folder, and then
touch the desired application shortcut.
Recent Applications
To open a recently used application
1 Touch and hold the Home button
to view the recently used
applications, or create the HOME Stage widget on the Home
screen which contains the most recently used applications. See
Adding a Stage Widget.
2 Touch the desired application shortcut to run the application.
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The Screen Lock Wallpaper
You can set the display to turn off automatically after a timeout period
of inactivity, or turn it off manually by pressing the power button
.
When you press the power button
to wake up the display, the
screen lock wallpaper appears to help prevent unintentional touches
of the screen, and displays current time, date, and the alarm set
indicator.
1
2
1
Drag or flick this button downward to enable or disable the vibration
mode.
2
Drag or flick this button upward to unlock the screen.
NOTE: To set how long the screen remains on before turning off after
→Menu button →
the last operation, touch the Home button
Settings→Display→Screen timeout.
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Using Your Dell™ Streak
Calling
Making Calls
To open the Phone application
• Touch the Phone button
on the Home screen to open the
Phone application quickly.
• Touch the Home button
Phone
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→the Launcher button
on the Home screen.
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To make a call
4
3
2
1
5
10
6
7
1
8
9
Touch to select a contact from your Favorites contact list.
• Touch
next to a contact to call the contact directly.
• Touch a contact and then touch
to call, touch
message, or touch
to e-mail the contact.
2
Touch to select a contact from your Contacts list. Touch a contact and
then touch
to call, touch
mail the contact.
to text message, or touch
3
Touch to view the call log.
4
Touch to open the on-screen dialpad.
5
to text
to e-
• Touch to bring up the additional keypad.
• Touch to move the cursor.
• Touch and hold to open the Edit text context menu, which allows
you to select, cut, copy, and paste numbers, and select the input
keypad to use.
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Type the number to call using the on-screen dialpad.
7
Touch to call your voicemail box.
NOTE: If no voicemail number is stored on your SIM card, you will be
prompted to enter a number. Touch Add number to enter and save your
voicemail number.
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Touch to call the typed number.
9
Touch to clear an incorrect number; touch and hold to clear all the
entered numbers.
10 Touch to make a call using voice commands.
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To use the call log
2
1
1
• Touch a contact and then touch
to call, touch
to text
message, or touch View contact to view the information of the
contact.
• Touch a phone number and then touch Add to contacts to save the
caller in Contacts.
• If a caller entry shows the number of calls, touch the caller to view all
the calls from the caller.
• Touch and hold a contact or phone number to remove it from the
call log.
NOTE: To erase all calls from the call log, touch the Menu button
Clear call log→OK.
2
→
Touch to call a contact or phone number directly.
To call a number with an extension
1 Type the number to call using the on-screen dialpad.
2 Touch and hold the asterisk key on the dialpad until “p” appears.
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3 Type the extension.
4 Touch
to make a call.
To make an international call
1 Touch and hold the number 0 key on the dialpad until "+" appears.
2 Enter the country code, area code, and phone number.
3 Touch
to make a call.
To listen to your voicemail
Touch
or touch and hold the number 1 key on the dialpad to call
your voicemail box.
NOTE: If no voicemail number is stored on your SIM card, you will be
prompted to enter a number. Touch Add number to enter and save your
voicemail number.
To answer or reject an incoming call
1
1
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Drag right to answer an incoming call.
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2
Drag left to reject an incoming call.
Controls during a call
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2
6
3
5
4
1
• Touch to hold an active call. To resume a held call, touch
• Touch
.
to swap between active and held calls.
2
• Touch
to bring up the dialpad and make another call. The first
call is placed on hold automatically.
• Touch
to connect active and held calls to have a conference
call.
3
Touch to accept calls using a Bluetooth headset when a Bluetooth
headset is connected to your device. For information on connecting a
Bluetooth headset to your device, see "Bluetooth®" on page 137
4
Touch to mute the microphone during a call.
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5
Touch to turn the speaker on or off.
WARNING: Ensure that you turn off the speaker before you hold
the device close to your ear as this could damage your hearing.
6
Touch to open the dialpad for dialing.
7
Touch to end an active call or cancel dialing.
Adjust Call Settings
You can change call settings to suit your personal needs, or enable the
call services available from your network service provider.
Touch the Home button
settings.
→Menu button
→Settings→Call
Fixed Dialing Numbers Restricts outgoing calls to the phone numbers on the
(FDN)
FDN list. To enable this service, you need to enter
your SIM card’s PIN2 that you can obtain from your
network service provider.
Voicemail
• Voicemail service: Displays the name of your
carrier.
• Voicemail settings: Stores another voicemail
number other than the one already on your SIM
card.
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Other call settings
• Call forwarding: Diverts incoming calls to a
designated phone number when your device is
busy, unreachable, does not answer, or if you want
to always forward calls.
To enable call forwarding, enter the number to
divert to or touch
to select a contact from
your Contacts list. Then touch Enable.
NOTE: Your device can use Call forwarding only if
the Call forwarding function is supported
by your network service provider.
• Call barring: Blocks certain types of incoming or
outgoing calls.
• Additional settings:
–Caller ID: Shows the caller ID or number on the
display based on the setting.
NOTE: Your device displays the caller ID only if
the caller ID function is supported by your
network service provider.
–Call waiting: Alerts an incoming call with a call
waiting tone or message when you are on
another call.
NOTE: To use call waiting, you may need to
register this service with your service
provider.
• Auto Answer: Sets how long your device waits
before automatically answering an incoming call.
• TTY mode: Enable Teletypewriter (TTY) mode to
let the user with speech or hearing disabilities
conduct a phone conversation by typing.
• Hearing aids: Enable Hearing Aid Compatible
(HAC) mode to minimize interference from the
device with the user's hearing aid, and optimize
audio output for the hearing aid.
NOTE: Enabling the HAC mode disables the
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi transmitter functions.
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Managing Contacts
To view and manage your contacts:
• Touch Contacts
• Touch
→
Contacts.
To add a new contact
1 Touch the Menu button
→New contact.
2 Select the account where you want to add this contact, such as
your Gmail account.
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2
3
9
8
4
7
5
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6
1
This area shows the account in which the new contact is stored.
2
Touch to take a photo or select a photo from the Gallery application to
use as the contact’s visual caller ID.
3
Enter the contact information using the on-screen keyboard. Scroll the
screen to find more items to fill.
4
Touch to replace a default information label with another one that you
choose from the Select label list, for example from Mobile phone
number to Home phone number.
5
Touch Done to save the new contact to your Contacts list.
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Touch to return to your Contacts list.
7
Touch to remove an item from the current information category.
8
Touch to add a new item to the current information category, for
example a second phone number.
9
Touch to fill more name information.
To find a contact
1 To locate a contact, you can either:
•
Flick the contact list until you find the contact.
•
Touch the Menu button →Search, and then type either the
contact’s full name or only the first letters of it into the Search
contacts text box. The screen displays the matching contacts.
2 Once the contact is located, touch the contact’s entry to view the
contact’s details.
To call, e-mail, or send a message to a contact
• From the Contacts list, select a desired contact.
2
3
4
5
1
1
Touch to see the actions that you can do with the contact.
2
Touch to call the contact.
3
Touch to text message the contact.
4
Touch to e-mail the contact using your available e-mail accounts.
5
Touch to view the contact’s address using Google Maps.
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• When viewing the contact details.
3
1
2
1
Touch an action you want to do with the contact.
2
Touch the Menu button to edit the contact details or share the
contact info with your friends through e-mail or Bluetooth. To designate
a ringtone for the contact’s incoming calls, or to let your device
automatically send the contact’s calls to your voicemail box, touch
Options.
3
Touch to add this contact to your Favorites list.
NOTE: For information about composing and sending SMS and MMS,
see Messaging. For information about using the e-mail applications, see
Gmail and E-mail.
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Contacts settings
In Contacts
button
or Phone
→
Contacts, touch the Menu
.
Display options
Choose from which accounts you want to
display the contacts, or set your device to only
display the contacts who have phone numbers.
Accounts
Contacts stored on your personal e-mail account
like Gmail can be synchronized through an
Internet connection.
• To select the data to synchronize:
1 Select Background data to make all the sync
options available.
2 Select Auto-sync to let the device
automatically synchronize the selected data in
your e-mail account, which may include
Contacts, Gmail, Calendar, Picasa Web
Albums, or Twitter data.
• To select the data to sync from your e-mail
account:
1 Touch your e-mail account to open the Data
& synchronization list.
2 Select the data that you want the device to
synchronize automatically, such as Sync
Contacts, Sync Gmail, Sync Calendar, Sync
Picasa Web Albums, and Sync Twitter data.
NOTE: If you wish to synchronize individual data
manually, clear Auto-sync, and then from your
account, touch a data item to start
synchronization of that data.
NOTE: While data is syncing, the sync icon
appears on the status bar, and the sync icon
appears on the option of the data being synced.
Import/Export
You can import contacts from your SIM/SD card
to your device, export contacts from your device
to your SD card, and share visible contacts using
Bluetooth or Gmail.
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Messaging
To compose, send, and read text (SMS) or multimedia (MMS)
messages, touch
→Messaging
. The Messaging screen
opens with a list of messages or message threads representing all the
received, sent, and draft messages.
NOTE: For information about the message thread, see Receiving text
and multimedia messages.
To compose and send a text message
1 On the Messaging screen, touch the New message thread. The
composer screen opens.
2 In the To field, type the mobile phone number or the contact
name of the recipient. As you type a phone number or contact
name, matching contacts with their mobile numbers appear
below the To field. Touch a matched contact to enter the
contact’s mobile number, or continue typing the desired phone
number. You can also touch
to select the recipient from the
previous message recipients, or touch
contacts.
to select from your
3 Repeat step 2 to enter more mobile numbers if you wish to send
the message to multiple mobile phone users.
4 Touch the Type to compose text field to start composing your
message.
5 Touch the Send button to send the text message.
6 To start a text conversation similar to online instant messaging,
you can continue to compose and send messages to the same
recipient(s). All of the sent and received messages between you
and recipient(s) appear in the form of chat logs.
To compose and send a multimedia message
1 In the To field, type the recipient’s mobile phone number, e-mail
address, or contact name. Matching contacts with their mobile
numbers or e-mail addresses appear below the To field. Touch a
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matched contact, or continue manually typing the desired phone
number or e-mail address. You can also touch
to select the
recipient from the previous message recipients, or touch
select from your contacts.
to
2 You can add a subject line to the message by touching
the Menu button →Add subject.
3 Touch the Type to compose text field to start composing your
message.
4 While editing your message, you can touch the Menu button
Attach to insert media items into the message (see below).
→
5 When you have completed editing the multimedia message,
touch the Send button to send the message.
You can attach any of the following items to a multimedia message:
Picture
Open the Gallery application and touch a picture
file to attach it to your message.
Capture picture
Open the Camera application to capture a
picture, then attach it to your message. For
information about the Camera application, see
"Camera" on page 133.
Videos
Open the Gallery application and touch a video
clip to attach it to your message.
Capture video
Open the Camcorder application to capture a
video clip, then attach it to your message. For
more information about the Camcorder
application, see ."Camera" on page 133
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Audio
Open the Select audio menu. Touch a desired
audio file, and then touch OK to attach the file to
your message.
To attach an audio file stored on the SD card to
your MMS:
1 Create a folder named Ringtones in the SD
card.
2 Open the Ringtones folder.
3 Copy the audio file you want to attach to your
MMS into the Ringtones folder.
4 On the MMS composer screen, touch the
Menu button
→Attach→Audio.
5 Select the audio file to attach it to your MMS.
Record audio
• Open the Music application and select a music
file from the list.
• Open the Sound Recorder application to
record an audio clip:
to start recording.
–Touch
–Touch
to stop recording.
to listen to the recording.
–Touch
–Touch Use this recording to attach the
recording to your message.
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Slideshow
Open the Edit slideshow screen to create a slide
show and attach it to your message.
1 Touch Add slide to create new slides.
2 Touch a created slide such as Slide 1 to open
the slideshow editor screen.
3 Touch Add picture, and then select the picture
you want to add to the slide.
4 You can touch the text field on the lower part
of the screen to compose a caption for the
displayed slide.
5 Touch the Menu button
to preview the slide,
remove the picture, add a music to the current
slide, add a new slide, or change the slide
duration or the text and picture layout.
6 When editing multiple slides, touch
the next slide; touch
to edit
to return to the
previous slide.
NOTE: You can create a slideshow of up to
ten slides.
7 To replace a picture, on the slideshow editor
screen, touch the Replace picture button and
select a new picture to replace. To remove the
current slide, touch the Remove Slide button.
To preview the slideshow, touch the Preview
button.
8 When complete, touch the Done button at the
bottom right to attach the slideshow to your
message.
9 On the message composer screen, touch the
slideshow attachment icon
to play back
the slide show; touch Edit to modify the
slideshow.
10 To remove the slideshow attachment from
your message, touch Edit→Menu button
→Discard slideshow.
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Receiving text and multimedia messages
Depending on your notification settings, the device rings, vibrates, or
displays a message briefly in the status bar as a new text or multimedia
message arrives.
A new message icon
appears and stays in the notifications area of
the status bar to remind you of a new message.
NOTE: To alter the notification settings for new messages, in the
Messaging application touch the Menu button →Settings→
Notification settings. You can then decide whether to receive a text
notification in the status bar when a new message arrives, select a
ringtone that rings on the arrival of a new message, or let the device
vibrate to report a new message.
Text and multimedia messages that are sent to and received from the
same contact or a number are grouped into message threads similar
to text conversations of an online chat. You can see all of the
messages exchanged between you and the contact. Message threads
are listed according to when they are sent or received, with the latest
message at the top.
To read a text message
• Touch and drag down the status bar where the new message icon
is displayed. A list of notifications opens. Touch a new
message notification to open and read the message.
• Touch
→Messaging
to open the message list, and
then touch a text message or message thread to open and read it.
If the message includes a:
• Website link — touch the link to open the Browser application
and visit the website.
• Phone number — touch the number to open the Phone
application and call the number.
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• E-mail address — touch the e-mail address to open the
Email/Gmail application and compose an e-mail to send to the
address.
To forward the message
1 Touch and hold the message. The Message options menu pops
up.
2 Select Forward to forward the message.
To view a multimedia message
1 Touch and drag down the status bar where the new message icon
is displayed. A list of notifications opens. Touch a new
message notification to open the message.
Or
Touch
→Messaging
to open the message list, and
then touch a multimedia message or message thread to open the
message.
2 Touch the thumbnail of the attached picture to display the
picture; touch the Play button
to play back the attached
video.
NOTE: Touch the Download button, to manually download the media
file in the message.
NOTE: To save the attached media item to your microSD card, touch
and hold the message until the Message options menu pops open.
Touch Copy attached to SD card.
To reply to a text or multimedia message
1 Touch a message or message thread to open it.
2 Type your reply message into the Type to compose text field.
3 Touch Send to send your message to the sender.
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To delete a message or a message thread
1 In the Messaging list, touch and hold the message thread that you
want to delete.
2 To delete the entire thread, touch Delete thread and then touch
Delete to confirm deletion.
To delete a message within a thread, touch and hold the message
to delete, and then touch Delete message on the Message
options menu. Touch Delete to confirm deletion.
NOTE: To delete all messages in the Messaging list, touch the Menu
→Delete threads.
button
To edit message settings
In the Message application, touch the Menu button
→Settings to
change the text or multimedia message settings. Follow the
instructions on the screen.
Pop-up Menu
Touch the Menu button
to open or close the pop-up menu that lists
available options for the current application, or actions that you can
perform on the current screen.
To select an option or item on the pop-up menu
1 Touch the Menu button
to open the pop-up menu.
2 Touch the desired item on the pop-up menu.
3 Touch the Menu button
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Android Keyboard
You can type text using the Android on-screen keyboard. The
keyboard automatically rotates to either the portrait or landscape
mode based on the device orientation.
To open the Android keyboard
Touch a text box, or touch and hold the Menu button
.
NOTE: The Android keyboard is the default keyboard that opens when
you touch a text box for the first time. To open the Swype keyboard:
•
Touch and hold a text box to open the Edit text context menu→
Input method→Swype.
•
On the Android keyboard, touch and hold
to open the
Android keyboard context menu→Input method→Swype. For
information on using the Swype keyboard, see Swype Keyboard.
NOTE: To switch back to the Android keyboard from the Swype
keyboard, touch and hold a text box to open the Edit text context
menu→Input method→Android keyboard.
To close the keyboard
Touch the Back button
or touch and hold the Menu button
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Keyboard controls for composing an e-mail
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2
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3
7
4
5
1
6
• Touch to type letters into the text box where the cursor appears.
• Touch and hold to type accented letters for applicable languages.
2
• Based on the letters being typed, the keyboard shows suggested
words along the top of the keyboard, the most probable one
highlighted in color.
• You can touch a suggested word to enter it into the text box.
3
• Touch once to show the uppercase keyboard for typing a capital
letter.
• Touch twice to enable the Caps Lock mode.
• Touch to change back to the lowercase keyboard.
4
• Touch to show the keyboard for typing numbers, punctuation marks,
and symbols other than the period.
• Touch to switch back to the alphabet keyboard.
• Touch and hold to select from the following options:
–Android keyboard settings: Configure the keyboard settings.
–Input method: Choose to use the Swype or Android keyboard.
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Touch to use voice input. Say the words you want to enter to the
microphone. The device enters the words that it can recognize from
your voice.
6
Touch to enter a line feed.
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• Touch to delete a typed character, symbol, or a space.
• Touch and hold to quickly delete typed text.
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• Touch
to see more suggested words.
To configure the keyboard settings
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
→Settings→
Language & keyboard→Android keyboard. Or from the Android
keyboard, touch and hold
to open the Android keyboard
context menu→Android keyboard settings.
2 To enable a setting, touch the setting option to select the check
box
; to disable a setting, touch the setting option to clear the
check box
.
Available keyboard settings
Vibrate on keypress
The device vibrates when you touch a key.
Sound on keypress
The device beeps when you touch a key.
NOTE: To activate this item, you also need to
select Settings→Sound→Audible selection.
Auto-capitalization
The first letter of the word in a new sentence is
capitalized.
Voice input
Turn on the microphone to enable voice input for
the main keyboard or symbols keyboard.
Word suggestion settings
Quick fixes
Mark and correct wrong spellings and typos.
Show suggestions
Show suggested words as you type.
Auto-complete
Touching the spacebar or a punctuation key
automatically inserts a highlighted word
suggestion.
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Create your personal dictionary
The keyboard uses the default dictionary to display suggested words
as you type. You can create a personal dictionary to include words not
found in the main dictionary. The keyboard will also look at the words
that are added to your personal dictionary to make word suggestions.
To add a word to the dictionary
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
Language & keyboard→User dictionary.
2 Touch the Menu button
→Settings→
→Add.
3 Type a desired word into the Add to dictionary text box.
4 Touch OK.
To edit a word in the dictionary
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
Language & keyboard→User dictionary.
→Settings→
2 Touch a desired word.
3 Touch Edit.
4 Edit the spelling of the word in the Edit word text box.
5 Touch OK.
To delete a word from the dictionary
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
Language & keyboard→User dictionary.
2 Touch the word to delete.
3 Touch Delete.
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Swype Keyboard
The Swype keyboard allows you to enter text by drawing a path
through the letters of a word, instead of touching each key to type the
word.
To open the Swype keyboard
Touch and hold a text box to open the Edit text context menu→Input
method→Swype.
Swype Keyboard controls for composing an e-mail
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4
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6
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To enter the word “Need” for example, place your finger on the first
letter “N” and glide to the following letters. Lift your finger after the last
letter “d”. The keyboard predicts and enters the word according to the
letters that the path you drew goes through. Letters irrelevant to the
spelling of the word are ignored.
2
To enter the double letters “ee” for the word “Need”, do a quick backand-forth scribble or draw a loop on the letter “e”.
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• When no word is entered into the text box, touch the key to choose
from the following:
–Tutorial: Play the animated tutorial demonstrating how to use
Swype.
–More Help: Read Swype Help for detailed information on using
Swype.
–Options: Adjust the Swype keyboard settings.
• After words are entered into the text box, touch the key to see other
word suggestions to replace the word where the cursor is inserted.
• Touch and hold the key to access Swype Help directly.
4
• Touch to show the keyboard for typing numbers, punctuation marks,
and symbols.
5
• Touch to enter “,”.
• Touch and hold to enter “-”.
6
• Touch to enter a space.
• Touch and hold to enter a tab space.
7
• Touch to enter “.”
• Touch and hold to enter “’”
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The Swype keyboard display word suggestions when it cannot predict
the word according to the trace you draw, or when you touch
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Google Search
You can use the Google Quick Search Box to find websites and
information on Google, applications installed on your device or
available form Android Market, and contacts stored in your Contacts
list.
To search by typing
1 From the Google Search widget you created on the Home screen,
touch
to select the type of your search: All, Web, Apps or
Contacts.
2 Touch the Google Quick Search Box. The on-screen keyboard
opens.
3 Type a keyword or text into the box using the keyboard. As you
type, the search results that fully or partially match the text being
typed appear below the search box.
4 Scroll the listed search results and touch to select a desired one. If
you only want to view matching web links on Google, either
touch the
search box.
key on the keyboard or the search icon
on the
5 The matching application or the browser with matching web links
opens.
6 Touch the desired link if you want to view a web page.
To search by voice
1 Touch
on the right corner of the search box.
2 Say the name or keyword of the item you are looking for.
3 The browser with matching web links opens.
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NOTE: You can also access the Voice Search function by touching the
Launcher button
→Voice Search
.
Power Control widget
NOTE: To use the Power Control widget, you need to create it on the
Home screen of your device. For information on configuring the Internet
connection, see "Connecting to the Internet" on page 70. For
information on adding widgets to the Home screen, see "Customizing
Your Home screen" on page 27.
NOTE: To conserve battery, you may choose to disable one of
these modes when not in use.
2
3
4
5
6
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Indicates if the appropriate mode is enabled or disabled.
2
Touch to enable or disable Wi-Fi connection.
3
Touch to enable or disable Bluetooth®.
4
Touch to enable or disable the Use GPS satellites mode, which allows
you to pinpoint locations down to the street-level. This mode requires a
clear view of the sky and more battery power.
5
Touch to enable or disable the Auto-sync mode, which lets your device
automatically sync your Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, Outlook data, or the
data from other accounts you set up on the device.
6
Touch repeatedly to adjust the brightness of your display backlight.
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Managing Your Device Settings
To check storage spaces
Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→SD card &
phone storage. The screen displays the total and available space on
the device and on the microSD card.
To erase unwanted application data to free storage space
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
Applications→Manage applications.
→Settings→
2 From the Manage applications list, touch the application whose
cache or data you want to remove.
3 In the Application info screen, touch Clear data under Storage to
erase unwanted application data; touch Clear cache under Cache
to erase unwanted cache.
To format the microSD card
1 Touch the Home button
card & phone storage.
→Menu button
→Settings→SD
2 Touch Unmount SD card to enable the Format SD card option.
CAUTION: Formatting a microSD card erases all data and downloaded
applications stored on it. Ensure that you back up the data that you
need before formatting your microSD card.
3 Touch Format SD card→Format SD card button.
To remove the microSD card safely
Removing the microSD card while the device is working may cause
data lost or result in application errors.
CAUTION: It is strongly recommended to unmount the microSD card
before removing it.
1 Touch the Home button
card & phone storage.
→Menu button
→Settings→SD
2 Touch Unmount SD card.
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3 Turn off your device.
4 Remove the back cover.
5 Remove the microSD card from your device.
To erase all data from your device
CAUTION: The following steps will erase all the data including your
Google account and downloaded applications from your device.
Ensure that you back up all the required data before you proceed.
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
Privacy→Factory data reset.
→Settings→
2 Touch Reset phone.
NOTE: You need to draw your screen unlock pattern if it is enabled.
3 Touch Erase everything after you read the warning.
To reset your device to the default state
CAUTION: The following steps will restore your device to the default
state and erase all data and downloaded applications stored on it.
Ensure that you back up all the required data before you reset the
device.
1 Press and hold the power button
and then touch the Power
off option on the screen to turn off the device.
2 Simultaneously press and hold the volume up button
volume down button
.
and
3 Without releasing the volume buttons, press and hold the power
button, until the device turns on the configuration screen.
4 Press the volume buttons to move the highlight bar on the screen
to the Factory reset option.
5 Press the Camera button
to start the reset process.
6 Wait for the device to restart.
To upgrade the software version on your device
CAUTION: The following steps will erase all data including your
Google account and downloaded applications from your device.
Ensure that you back up all the required data before you proceed.
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1 Follow steps 1 to 3 in To reset your device to the default state to
turn on the configuration screen.
2 Press the volume buttons to move the highlight bar to the
Software upgrade via Update.pkg on SD Card option, and press
the Camera button
to confirm your selection.
3 Press the Camera button
software recovery.
to confirm and start emergency
NOTE: If you wish to cancel software recovery, press the volume down
button
.
4 Wait for the device to load files and restart the system.
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Connecting to the Internet
To browse the web and access web-based utilities such as instant
messaging, one of these data networking connections must be
available:
• GPRS
• EDGE
• 3G
• HSPA
• Wi-Fi
GPRS/EDGE/3G/HSPA
To connect to the web using GPRS, EDGE, 3G, or HSPA
Your device is configured with GPRS, EDGE, 3G, or HSPA network
available with the service provider of the SIM card installed in your
device. However, this is only limited to voice calling and text
messaging. If a Wi-Fi connection is currently available, the device
automatically uses the Wi-Fi connection to access the Internet. The
Internet connection through GPRS, EDGE, 3G, or HSPA becomes
temporarily inactive, until the Wi-Fi connection ends.
If you wish to connect to the Internet using a GPRS, EDGE, 3G, or
HSPA data network:
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Wireless & networks, then touch Wi-Fi to disable it.
2 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Wireless & networks→Mobile networks, then touch Data
enabled to enable it.
NOTE: Depending on whether a GPRS, EDGE, 3G, or HSPA network is
currently in use, a corresponding data network icon appears on the
status bar after a data connection is established. For information about
the mapping of the data network icons, see Status Bar.
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You can set the device to search for available networks if you are
outside your home network or want to register to a different network.
To manually select a new network
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Wireless & networks→Mobile networks→Network operators→
Search networks. The list of networks currently available is
displayed.
2 Select a network manually from the network list.
To automatically select a new network
Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→Wireless &
networks→Mobile networks→Network operators→Select
automatically.
Wi-Fi
You can connect your device to the Internet using Wi-Fi.
To use Wi-Fi on your device, you need access to a wireless point or
“hotspot” within a distance of up to 300 feet (100 meters).
NOTE: The range and quality of the Wi-Fi signal is affected by the
number of connected devices, infrastructure, and objects through which
the signal is transmitted.
To turn on Wi-Fi and connect to a network
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Wireless & networks→Wi-Fi to select the Wi-Fi check box. The
device scans for available wireless networks.
2 Touch Wi-Fi settings. The network names and security settings
(Open network or Secured with WEP/WPA/WPA2/WPS) of
discovered Wi-Fi networks display in the Wi-Fi networks list.
3 Flick the list and touch to select a Wi-Fi network to connect to.
4 Enter a password (if necessary), then touch Connect to connect
to the Wi-Fi network.
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NOTE: To connect to a network protected by Wired Equivalent Privacy
(WEP), WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access), WPA2, or WPS (Wireless Protected
Setup), you must enter the WEP/WPA/WPA2/WPS security key to obtain
authorized access to the network. The next time your device connects to
a previously accessed secured wireless network, you will not be asked to
enter the WEP/WPA/WPA2/WPS key again, unless you reset your device
to its factory default settings.
NOTE: Your device has the ability to maintain a constant Internet
connection through Wi-Fi or mobile networks (GPRS, EDGE, 3G, or
HSPA). However, Wi-Fi connection has priority over mobile network
connection if both are available.
To check the current Wi-Fi network connection
From the status bar:
When your device is connected to a wireless network, the Wi-Fi icon
in the status bar indicates the signal strength (number of bands
that light up). If Wireless & networks→Wi-Fi settings→Network
notification is enabled, this icon
appears in the status bar as the
device discovers an accessible Wi-Fi network within range.
From the Wi-Fi network:
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
Wireless & networks→Wi-Fi settings.
→Settings→
2 Touch the Wi-Fi network that the device is currently connected to
(labeled Connected). A window opens displaying the Wi-Fi
network’s name, status, security info, signal strength, link speed,
and IP address.
NOTE: If you want to disconnect the Wi-Fi network from your device,
touch Forget on this window. You will need to configure the Wi-Fi
settings again if you want to restore connection to this wireless network.
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To connect to another Wi-Fi network
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Wireless & networks→Wi-Fi settings. The detected Wi-Fi
networks are displayed in the Wi-Fi networks list.
NOTE: To start a new search for available Wi-Fi networks, on the Wi-Fi
→Scan.
settings screen, touch the Menu button
2 Flick through the Wi-Fi networks list and touch the name of the
network you would like to connect to.
NOTE: If the wireless network you want to connect to is not in the list of
detected networks, flick to the bottom of the list to touch Add Wi-Fi
network. Enter the Wi-Fi network settings, and then touch Save.
Disable all Connections Using the Airplane Mode
Selecting the Airplane mode disables all mobile and Wi-Fi connections.
This feature is useful when wireless connectivity is strictly prohibited,
such as on an airplane.
Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→Wireless &
networks→Airplane mode to enable or disable the Airplane mode.
Browsing the Internet
To open the browser
Touch the Launcher button
→Browser
.
To use the browser controls bar
2
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1
Touch the web page address field and type the address of the web page
you want to go to.
2
Touch to view bookmarks, most visited web pages, and browsing
history.
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To go to a web page
1 On the browser screen, touch the web page address field on the
screen.
2 Type the web page address using the on-screen keyboard. As you
type the address, matching web page addresses appear.
3 Touch an address displayed on the screen to go directly to that
web page, or complete typing the web page address, then touch
Go.
To set up your home page
• To manually enter a home page:
1 Touch the Menu button
→More→Settings→Set home page.
2 Enter the web address of the web site you want to use as your
home page and then touch OK.
• To set the current page as the home page:
1 Go to the web page that you want to set as the home page.
2 Touch the Menu button
→More→Settings→Set home page.
3 Touch Use current page→OK.
• To select a home page from bookmarks:
1 Touch
from the browser control bar to call up the lists of
bookmarks, most visited sites, and browsing history.
2 Touch and hold a desired bookmark to call up the commands
menu→Set as homepage.
Viewing Web Pages
To navigate on a web page
Flick your finger horizontally or vertically on the screen to scroll and
view desired areas of a web page.
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To zoom in on a web page
Pinch-out a desired area of a web page by moving two fingers apart
on the screen.
To zoom out on a web page
Pinch-in a desired area of a web page by bringing two fingers closer
together on the screen.
NOTE: You can also double-tap the desired area of a web page to
toggle between the zoom-in and zoom-out views of the area.
To view the next or previous page
Touch the back button
to view the previous page; touch Menu
button →More→Forward to view the next page.
To open a new window
Touch the Menu button →New window. A new browser window
opens and displays the home page.
To switch between browser windows
You can open multiple browser windows to easily switch from one
web page to another.
1 On a browser window, touch the Menu button
→Windows.
2 Touch the web address of a desired web page. The window opens
displaying the page in full screen.
3 To close a browser window, touch
on the browser window.
To find text within a web page
1 When viewing a web page, touch the Menu button
Find on page.
→More→
2 Type the search item into the search bar.
3 Touch
or
NOTE: Touch
to go to the previous or next matching item.
to close the search bar.
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To copy text on a web page
You can copy and paste text from a web page to your e-mail or text
messages.
1 Go to the web page from where you want copy the text.
2 Locate the text you want to copy and then touch the Menu
button →More→Select text.
3 Position your finger at the start of the text you want to copy and
then drag to the end of the text you want to copy. The copied text
is highlighted in pink.
4 Release your finger from the screen.
5 To paste text on an e-mail or text message, touch and hold the
text field on a message or e-mail screen and then touch Paste on
the context menu.
Using Web Links, History, and Downloads
To select a link on a web page
Move to a link you want on a web page. The link is framed by an
orange box when you touch it.
Link type
Web page address
Functionality
• Touch the link to open the web page.
• Touch and hold the link to open a context
menu that allows you to open, bookmark, and
save the link, copy the link of the web page to
the clipboard, or share the link through
Bluetooth, e-mail, Facebook, text messaging,
or Twitter.
E-mail address
• Touch to send an e-mail to the e-mail address.
• Touch and hold till a context menu appears.
–Touch Send email to send an e-mail to the
e-mail address.
–Touch Copy to copy the e-mail address to
the clipboard. You can paste the e-mail
address later to a new contact or while
composing a new e-mail.
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Link type
Functionality
Phone number
Touch to open the Phone application to call the
phone number.
NOTE: You can call a number from the web
page only if the feature is supported by your
service provider.
To check the history of visited web pages
1 On the browser screen, touch
, or touch the Menu button
→Bookmarks.
2 Touch the History tab.
3 Touch the day when your desired web page was last visited.
4 Touch a web address to open the web page.
NOTE: To check your most visited web pages, touch the Most visited
tab.
To allow download of web applications
CAUTION: Applications downloaded from the web can be from
unknown sources. To protect your device and personal data, download
applications only from trusted sources such as Android Market.
To download web applications, enable your device’s downloading
feature.
1 Touch the Home button
Applications.
→Menu button
→Settings→
2 Touch Unknown sources to select the check box.
3 When the Attention dialog box opens, touch OK.
NOTE: All downloaded applications are saved to the microSD card.
Before you download an application from the web, ensure that you have
installed a microSD card on your device. For information on how to
install a microSD card, see Install the microSD card.
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To install an application
1 On the browser screen, touch the application you want to
download.
2 The application details screen opens. Read details about the
application, such as its cost, overall rating, comments by users,
the developer contact info, and more.
3 To install the application, select either Install if the item is free or
Buy if it requires purchase.
To check downloads
On the browser screen, touch the Menu button
Downloads.
→More→
Manage Bookmarks
You can store as many bookmarks as you want on your device.
To bookmark a web page
1 On the browser screen, go to the web page you want to
bookmark.
2 Touch
or touch the Menu button
Bookmarks window opens.
→Bookmarks. The
3 On the Bookmarks tab, touch the Add thumbnail
.
4 Enter the bookmark name or edit the web address as needed.
5 Touch OK to save the web page as a bookmark.
To open a bookmark
1 On the browser screen, touch
or touch the Menu button
Bookmarks. The Bookmarks window opens.
2 On the Bookmarks window, you can either:
• Touch the bookmark you want to open in the same browser
window.
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• Touch and hold the bookmark you want to open, then on the
context menu touch Open to open the bookmark in the same
browser window, or touch Open in new window to open the
bookmark in a new window.
To manage your bookmarks
1 On the browser window, touch
or touch the Menu button
→Bookmarks.
2 On the Bookmarks window, touch and hold a desired bookmark
to open the context menu that provides the following options:
Open
Open the bookmarked website in the same browser
window.
Open in new window
Open the bookmarked website in a new window.
Edit bookmark
Touch to open the Edit bookmark window. Enter the
bookmark’s name and address and touch OK.
Add shortcut to Home Touch to create the bookmark’s shortcut on the
current Home screen. You can touch the shortcut on
the Home screen to start the browser and go directly
to the bookmarked page.
Share link
Touch to share the bookmark’s address through
Bluetooth, e-mail, Facebook, text messaging, or
Twitter.
Copy link URL
Copy the web address of the bookmarked website to
the clipboard.
Delete bookmark
Touch to delete the selected bookmark.
Set as homepage
Set the bookmarked website as your browser
homepage.
To configure browser settings
On the browser screen, touch the Menu button
to adjust the browser settings.
→More→Settings
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E-mail
You can create POP3, IMAP, and exchange e-mail accounts from webbased e-mail services on your device.
To open the e-mail application
Touch the Launcher button
→Email
.
To set up an e-mail account
1 On the Set up email screen, type the e-mail address and
password of the e-mail account you want to add and then touch
Next.
NOTE: If the e-mail account you want to set up is not in the device email database, you will be asked to manually enter the e-mail account
settings, including the e-mail server, protocol, and so on after touching
Next.
NOTE: Touch Manual setup rather than Next to directly enter incoming
and outgoing settings for the account being set up.
2 Enter the name for the account and the name you want displayed
in outgoing e-mails and then touch Done.
After creating one e-mail account, touch the Menu button
account if you need to create another e-mail account.
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The Combined Inbox contains all e-mails received in all your accounts.
2
E-mail not sent and saved as drafts are stored in the Drafts folder.
3
Select an account to view e-mails received in the inbox of the account.
4
The number of new e-mails received in this account.
5
The check symbol indicates that this account is the default one for
sending e-mail.
6
Touch to view e-mails in the other folders of this account.
To select an account as default for sending e-mail
1 Touch an account→Menu button →Account settings, or touch
and hold the account, then touch Account settings from the
context menu.
2 Touch Default account to select the check box.
To compose and send e-mail
1 Touch the Launcher button
→Email
.
2 Select an email account to use if you have set up more than one
account on your device.
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NOTE: If you do not select an account, the one marked as default by a
check symbol will be the one used for sending e-mail.
3 In an e-mail account inbox, touch the Menu button
Compose.
→
4 Type the recipient’s e-mail address in the To field. As you type
information, matching contacts appear on the screen. Touch the
recipient to automatically add the e-mail address, or continue
typing the e-mail address manually. If you are sending the e-mail
to multiple recipients, separate their e-mail addresses with a
comma. You can add as many recipients as you need.
5 Type the subject.
6 Compose your message.
7 Touch the Menu button
→Send.
NOTE: If you want to save the message as a draft and modify it later,
touch
or touch Save as draft.
To delete an e-mail
1 On the e-mail account inbox, touch and hold the e-mail you want
to delete.
2 On the context menu, touch Delete.
To delete or edit an e-mail account on your device
1 Touch the Launcher button
2 Touch the Menu button
→Email
.
→Accounts.
• To delete an e-mail account, touch and hold the account you
want to remove under the Accounts bar, then touch Remove
account on the context menu. When asked to confirm deletion,
touch OK.
• To edit an e-mail account, touch an account→Menu button →
Account settings, or touch and hold the account then touch
Account settings on the context menu.
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Web Applications
NOTE: To use the following applications, you require an active Wi-Fi or
mobile data network connection (GPRS, EDGE, 3G, or HSPA) to be able
to connect to the Internet. For more information about configuring your
device for Internet connectivity, see Connecting to the Internet.
NOTE: Available applications may vary from region to region.
Facebook
Touch the Launcher button
→Facebook
.
Facebook is a social networking website where you can post your
personal profile and pictures, find and contact your friends, classmates
or work associates, and exchange messages with them.
To log in to Facebook
1 Type your e-mail and password with which you registered your
Facebook account.
2 Touch the Login button
If you do not have a Facebook account, touch the Sign Up button and
follow on-screen instructions to create one.
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To use Facebook on your device
Once logged in, touch the Menu button →Home
of the screen to enter your Facebook main page
at the bottom
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4
Touch News feed to view the messages and pictures you and your
friends posted. From here you can also:
• Type the message you want your friends to know into the What’s on
your mind? text box, then touch the Share button to post the
message on the Wall of your Facebook Profile page.
• Touch
to take a picture, then touch the Upload button to post it
to your Facebook account for your friends to see.
2
Touch Inbox to view e-mails sent between you and your friends. Touch
a desired email to read it.
• To delete an email, touch the check box next to a desired e-mail,
then touch the Delete button.
• To reply to the e-mail, type your reply into the text box at the bottom
then touch the Send button.
• To compose a new e-mail, touch the Menu button
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→Compose.
Touch Profile to view your Facebook Profile page.
• Touch the Wall tab to view your Facebook wall, where you can see
the messages and pictures you and your friends posted.
• Touch the Info tab to view your account details.
• Touch the Photos tab to view the pictures you posted.
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Touch Notifications to view notifications of your friends’ wall postings.
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Type the name of a friend you are looking for on Facebook, then touch
the name of the friend you found to:
• View the friend’s wall, info, and pictures on their profile page.
• On your friend’s Wall screen, type a message into the Write
something... text box, then touch Share to post your message on
their wall.
The Facebook widget
From the Facebook widget you created on the Home screen, you can
view your friends’ wall postings.
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Touch to view a Facebook friend's wall postings.
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To respond to this friend’s postings, touch the text box then type the
message you want to post on this friend’s wall.
3
Touch Share to post your message on this friend’s wall.
4
Touch the arrow buttons to scroll and view other friends’ postings.
NOTE: For detailed information on using Facebook, visit
facebook.com/help.
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Twitter
Touch the Launcher button
→Twitter
.
Twitter is a social networking service application that lets you view
short messages called Tweets posted by Twitter users. You can also
post your own Tweets for others to read.
To sign in to Twitter
1 To use Twitter, you need to create a Twitter account if you do not
have one. Touch Sign up now and follow the instructions to
proceed.
2 To sign in to Twitter, type your user name or e-mail address and
your password, and then touch Sign in.
3 Choose whether to sync the people you follow in your Twitter
account to your Contacts list, then touch the Done button.
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• Touch an author’s picture to view the tweets from the author.
• Touch
on a tweet and choose to reply to the author, forward
(Retweet) the tweet to your followers on Twitter, add the author to
your favorites list, or share the tweet through Bluetooth, Facebook,
e-mail, Messaging, or Twitter.
2
Tweets that contain “@username” in the body of the tweet are collected
in here as “Mentions”.
3
Touch to send private tweets, called direct messages, to the people you
follow. From the Direct messages screen touch
send your message. Touch
your message.
to compose and
and choose the person you want to send
4
View the most popular trending topics at the moment. Touch a trending
topic to view the tweets related to that topic.
5
Touch the lower blank area of the Twitter home screen to view the lists
of current, daily and weekly trending topics.
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Touch to view your profile and the tweets you posted. To post your
profile picture onto Twitter, touch the Menu button →Change
profile photo, then select a desired picture from Gallery.
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Touch to read the tweets forwarded by you or by the people you follow.
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Organize users you follow into listed groups. To create a list:
1 Touch
or the Menu button
→Create list.
2 Give the list a name and description.
3 Choose to make the list public (everyone can see it) or private (only
you can see it).
4 Touch the Create list button to create the list.
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• Touch to search for tweets about a desired topic, or tweets sent by
authors around your location.
–To search for tweets about a topic, type the topic or keyword into
the Search Tweets text box, then touch
.
–To search for tweets around your location, touch or drag
to
turn Location on, then touch
to display available tweets around.
• Touch to find people who use Twitter.
–Touch
. From the pop-up menu, touch to select
name in the Search people text box, then touch
. Type a
.
10 Touch to compose and post your tweet. See To create a tweet.
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Touch the Cancel button to quit composing your tweet.
4
Touch to view the people you follow, then select who you want to talk
to in your tweet. Their names will appear in your tweet as “@name”.
5
Touch to start the camera and capture a picture to post along with your
tweet.
6
Touch to open Gallery and select a picture to post along with your
tweet.
7
Shows the number of remaining characters allowed in your tweet.
NOTE: For information on how to use Twitter, visit Twitter.com/Help.
Gmail
Gmail is a web-based e-mail service provided by Google.
To open Gmail
Touch the Launcher button
→Gmail
.
To set up your Google account
You need to sign in to a Google account to use Google applications
and services such as Gmail, Google Talk, and Android Market. Signing
in to your Google account also synchronizes all e-mails and contacts
on your Google account with your device.
NOTE: You will not be required to sign in with your Google account if
you have already done this when previously using an application that
requires signing in to your Google account.
1 On the Add a Google account screen, touch the Next button to
proceed.
2 Touch the Sign in button. Enter your Google user name and
password, then touch the Sign in button.
NOTE: If you need to use another Google account with a different user
name and password on your device, touch the Menu button →
Accounts→Add account→Next→Sign in. Enter your Google user
name and password, then touch the Sign in button.
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NOTE: Signing in to your Google Account requires an Internet
connection. Ensure that your device has an active Wi-Fi or mobile data
connection (GPRS, EDGE, 3G, or HSPA) before you sign in. See
Connecting to the Internet for more information on how to set up a data
connection.
NOTE: Touch the Create button if you do not have a Google Account.
Your Gmail inbox opens as the default Gmail view. All your received emails are delivered to your inbox.
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Folder (or Label) and number of unread e-mails.
2
Touch the check box
touch the Menu button
operations.
5
to select the e-mail thread. To use this feature,
→More→Settings, then enable Batch
3
Touch Archive to store the selected e-mail thread in the All Mail folder.
4
Touch Delete to delete the selected e-mail thread.
5
Touch Labels to label the selected e-mail thread.
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Starred e-mail. Touch the star to add or remove the star.
7
The number of e-mails grouped under the same subject.
To refresh Gmail
Touch the Menu button →Refresh to send or receive e-mails and to
synchronize your e-mails with your Gmail account on the Internet.
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To view e-mails in different folders or with labels
To view e-mails stored in the folders other than the inbox, such as in
the Sent or All Mail folders, or to view labeled or starred e-mails:
1 Touch the Menu button
→Go to labels.
2 Touch the folder that stores the e-mails you want to view, or
touch the label with which the e-mails are marked.
To read e-mails
• When you receive a new e-mail, the e-mail icon
appears on
the status bar to alert you of a new e-mail. Drag down the status
bar to open the Notifications panel and touch the new e-mail to
view it.
• While in the inbox or in any other folder, scroll the e-mail threads
on the screen, and then touch an e-mail thread to view the emails inside.
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Touch to view previous e-mails with the same subject.
2
Touch to read the next or previous e-mail thread.
3
Touch to open or close the Reply all and Forward buttons.
4
Touch Reply to reply to the contact.
Touch Reply all to reply to all contacts in the mail loop.
Touch Forward to forward the e-mail to another contact.
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Touch
to star an e-mail. To check the starred e-mails, in Inbox, touch
→Go to labels→Starred.
the Menu button
To create and send an e-mail
1 Touch the Menu button
→Compose.
2 Enter the contact’s e-mail address in the To field. To send e-mail
to multiple contacts, separate their e-mail addresses with a
comma. To send a carbon copy (Cc) or a blind carbon copy (Bcc),
touch the Menu button →Add Cc/Bcc.
3 Enter the e-mail subject.
4 Compose your e-mail. To attach a picture, touch the Menu
button →Attach. Select the picture you want to attach from the
Gallery application.
NOTE: Touch
to remove an attachment.
5 Touch Send to send the e-mail.
Google Talk
Google Talk is an instant messaging program provided by Google.
To activate Google Talk
1 Touch the Launcher button
→Talk
.
2 Follow the instructions on the screen to create a Google account
if you don’t have one, or sign in with your account if you already
have one. For more information, see To set up your Google
account.
NOTE: Skip step 2 if you have already signed in to your Google account.
3 The Google Talk window opens with your friends list.
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To sign in automatically
You can sign in to your Google Talk account automatically whenever
you turn on the device.
1 In the friends list, touch the Menu button
→Settings.
2 Select Automatically sign in.
To add a new friend to your friends list
NOTE: You can only add people who have a Google Account.
1 In the friends list, touch the Menu button
→Add friend.
2 Enter the Google Talk instant messaging ID or Gmail address of
the friend you want to add to your friends list.
NOTE: When you type the instant messaging ID of a friend who is
already a contact saved in Contacts with the same ID, this matching
contact will display on the screen before you finish typing. You can touch
the contact whose ID is then entered automatically.
3 Touch Send invitation.
To view and accept an invitation
1 In the friends list, touch the Menu button →More→Invites. All
chat invitations you have sent or received but have not been
answered are listed on the pending invitations screen.
2 Touch a pending invitation.
3 Touch Accept or Cancel.
When a friend accepts your chat invitation, the pending invitation
disappears from the list.
To change your online status and message
1 Touch the online status icon
next to your name.
2 Select the status you want from the Set Status menu.
3 To enter your status message, touch the text box and enter your
message.
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4 To change your ID photo, touch the photo icon to open Gallery,
then select the photo to use.
5 When finished, touch Done.
To start a conversation
1 Touch to select a friend in the friends list.
2 Type your message in the text box.
3 Touch the Send button to send the message.
To add a friend to an active conversation
1 On the chat screen, touch the Menu button
→Add to chat.
2 Select the friend you want to invite to the current conversation.
To disable the chat log
On the chat screen, touch the Menu button →Chat off record. The
subsequent chat conversations will not be recorded. To resume the
chat log, touch Chat on record.
To switch between active conversations
1 While on a chat screen or in the friends list, touch the Menu
button →Switch chats.
2 In the panel that opens, touch the name of the friend you want to
chat with.
To close a conversation
• In your friends list, touch and hold the name of a friend with an
active chat. Touch End chat on the menu that pops up.
• On a chat screen, touch the Menu button
→End chat.
To display all friends in your friends list
Only the friends that you chat with most frequently are listed as the
most popular ones. If you want to display all your friends, touch the
Menu button →All friends.
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To show a friend in the most popular list
1 In the friends list, touch and hold the friend’s name to open the
options menu.
2 Touch Show friend.
To always show a friend in most popular list
You can let a friend always appear in your most popular friends list.
1 In the friends list, touch and hold the friend’s name to open the
options menu.
2 Touch Always show friend.
NOTE: To remove a friend from the most popular list, in the friends list,
touch and hold the friend you want to remove from the list, and then
touch Auto show friend in the options menu.
NOTE: To keep a friend from appearing in the most popular list, touch
and hold the friend’s name, and then touch Hide friend in the menu.
To block a friend from sending you messages
1 In the friends list, find the friend to block.
2 Touch and hold the friend’s name, and then touch Block friend.
Your friend is removed from your friends list and is added to the
blocked friends list.
NOTE: To unblock a friend, in the friends list, touch the Menu button
→More→Blocked. In the blocked friends list, touch the name of the
friend to unblock, then touch OK.
To permanently remove a friend
1 In the friends list, find the friend to remove.
2 Touch and hold the friend’s name, and then touch Remove
friend.
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To find out what device your friend uses to chat on Google talk
1 In the friends list, ensure that the Menu button
Mobile indicator is selected.
→Settings→
2 In the friends list, check the image that appears to the right of
your friend’s name. For example, if your friend is using an Android
phone, the Android image will appear. If no image is displayed, it
indicates that your friend has signed in to Google using a
computer.
To sign out from Google Talk
In the friends list, touch the Menu button
→Sign out.
Maps
Google Maps helps you find your current location, view real-time
traffic situations, and get directions to your destination. You can also
use the search tool to locate addresses or places of interest on a map
or in a street view.
NOTE: The Google Maps application does not completely cover every
location.
To enable location source
To search for desired places or find your current location using Google
Maps, you need to enable My location sources:
1 Touch Home button
& security.
→Menu button
→Settings→Location
2 Select Use wireless networks, Use GPS satellites, or both.
NOTE: Selecting Use GPS satellites allows you to pinpoint locations
down to the street-level. However, this mode requires a clear view of the
sky and more battery power.
To open Google Maps
Touch the Launcher button
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To see your location on a map
On the Maps screen, touch the Menu button →My Location. Your
location is marked on the map with a blinking blue dot.
NOTE: Enabling GPS satellites allows you to pinpoint your current
location down to the street-level. However, this mode requires a clear
view of the sky and more battery power.
To find a location on the map
1 On the Maps screen, touch the Menu button
→Search.
2 To search by typing:
a
Type the place you want to find into the search box. You can
enter an address, a city or country, or a type of business or
organization such “restaurant” or “school”.
b
Touch the search key
search icon
on the keyboard or the
on the search box.
To search by voice:
a
Touch
.
b
Say your destination.
NOTE: As you enter information, previous searches or matching
locations appear below the search box. You can touch a place name or
address to show the location on the map.
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Touch the place name to view the address, details, and reviews for the
place if the information is available (For more information, see To view
the details of a place).
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Touch to show the list of search results.
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Touch to zoom in or out on the map.
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The search result is marked by a lettered marker. Touch the marker to
display the name of the place.
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To view the details of a place
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Touch to display the map view.
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Touch to obtain directions. (see To get directions for more information).
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Touch to call the contact number of the place if available.
4
Touch to switch to street view for the location (see To view a map in
street view for more information).
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Touch the photo thumbnail to open the browser and find more
information about the location on Google.
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• Touch to view the address, details, and reviews for the place if the
information is available.
• Select the action you can do with the location. You can select Buzz
about this place to post your opinions about the place, or select
Share this place to share the address and contact information about
the place using e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, Bluetooth, and more.
Scroll down the list to find more actions you can do.
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To move around a map
1 Flick or drag the map in any direction on the screen to view
desired areas.
2 If you spot a place of interest while navigating the map, touch and
hold the place to display the address (a picture thumbnail is also
displayed if the street view for the location is available).
To zoom in or out on a map
• Touch
to zoom out and touch
to zoom in.
• Move two fingers close together on the screen to zoom out;
move two fingers further apart to zoom in.
To change map layers
Google Maps opens with the default map layer. You can apply different
types of layers to view additional information or images on the map.
1 Touch the Menu button
→Layers.
2 From the Layers menu, touch the desired layer to display it on the
map.
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Map layer
The map layer displays streets, highways, buildings, main establishments,
mass transit stations, parks, rivers, lakes, mountains, boundaries, and so on.
Traffic layer
The traffic layer displays colored lines along the roads where real-time traffic
data can be collected. Green lines indicate good traffic speeds, yellow ones
indicate slower speeds, and brown ones indicate congested traffic.
indicates where construction work is taking place;
road is blocked.
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Satellite layer
The satellite layer displays the map in non-real-time satellite view.
Terrain layer
The terrain layer combines street maps with visual information about terrains.
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Transit Lines layer
The transit lines layer displays mass-transit routes around the area.
→Layers →More layers to find more
layers that you can apply to the map. For information about the other
layers, visit the Google Maps website.
NOTE: Touch the Menu button
NOTE: To remove all of the layers other than the map layer, touch the
→Layers →Clear Map.
Menu button
To view a map in street view
You can switch to street view for the location that you found on the
map. The street view is composed of imagery captured from the
streets.
1 Locate a place of interest on the map. For more information, see
To find a location on the map and To move around a map.
2 On the map, touch the name or address of the place.
3 On the location details screen, touch
.
4 To view the 360-degree panorama of the area around the place,
turn the view on the screen with your finger.
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5 To move the view along the street, touch the arrows displayed on
the screen, or touch the Menu button →Step forward or Step
backward.
NOTE: While viewing a street view of a location, touch the Menu button
→Compass mode to enable the compass mode, which allows you to
view the area around the selected location by tilting or turning your
device, rather than by moving the view on the screen with your finger.
To get directions
Use Google Maps to obtain directions to your destination.
1 When viewing a map:
touch the Menu button
→Directions.
Or
When a place is found:
a
Touch the place’s name or address displayed on the map.
b
On the location details screen, touch
.
2 Enter the starting point in the first text box and your destination in
the second text box.
NOTE: By default, your current location is the starting point, and the
place you found on the map is your destination.
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Choose how you want to get to your destination: driving, public
transportation, or walking.
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Touch to render directions.
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Touch to set your current location, a contact address, or a place on the
map as the starting point or destination.
3 Touch Go. The directions to your destination are listed.
4 Touch Show on map, or touch a direction instruction on the list to
show the directions or routes on the map.
NOTE: To obtain driving directions using the Google GPS navigation
services, touch Navigate. For more information see Navigation.
To clear a map
Touch the Menu button →More→Clear Map. All the search results,
directions and traffic indicators are deleted from the map.
Using Google Latitude
NOTE: To use Google Latitude, you will be required to sign in to a
Google account.
The Google Latitude location service allows you to share locations
with your friends and family who have signed in to the service with
their Google accounts. You can also send instant messages and emails, make phone calls, and get directions to your friends’ locations.
To let your friends view your location and accept their invitations, you
need to enable Latitude.
1 While viewing a map in any mode, touch the Menu button
Join Latitude.
→
2 Follow the instructions on the screen to create a Google account
if you don’t have one, or sign in with your account if you already
have one. For more information, see To set up your Google
account.
NOTE: Skip step 2 if you have already signed in to your Google account.
NOTE: If you have set up two or more Google accounts on your device,
and want to use Latitude with another account, touch the Menu button
→More→Switch Account.
3 Read the privacy policy. If you accept, touch Agree & Share.
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To run Latitude
While viewing a map, touch the Menu button
→Latitude.
To invite friends to share locations
1 On the Latitude screen, touch the Menu button
→Add friends.
2 Choose the friends you want to share locations with:
•
Select from Contacts: Select friends from your contacts.
Friends already using Latitude have an icon next to their
names.
•
Add via email address: Enter an e-mail address.
3 Touch Add friends then Yes.
4 Your friends already using Latitude receive an e-mail request and
a notification on Latitude that ask them to share locations. If they
have not yet joined Latitude, they receive an e-mail that requests
them to sign in to Latitude with their Google accounts.
To accept an invitation
When you receive a request to share your location with a friend on
Latitude, touch the request and choose how you want to respond:
• Accept and share back: You can see your friend’s location, and
your friend can see yours.
• Accept, but hide my location: You can see your friend’s location,
but they cannot see yours.
• Don’t accept: Reject the sharing request. No location information
is shared.
To show your friends
You can show your friends on the map or in the list view.
• Map view
When you open Google Maps, it displays the locations of your
friends. Each friend is marked by a photo icon with an arrow that
indicates their location. To see a friend’s profile and communicate
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with them, touch the photo, then touch their location callout
right above their photo. To see other friends, touch either one of
the arrow buttons next to the callout.
• List view
To show a list of your friends, touch the Menu button →
Latitude. To see a friend’s profile and communicate with them,
touch the friend’s name from the list.
To connect with your friends
Touch a friend’s name in map view or list view to open the friend’s
profile. In the profile screen, you can communicate with your friend
and configure privacy options.
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Get directions to the friend’s location.
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See a friend’s location on the map.
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Sharing options:
• Share best available location: Share street-level location with your
friend.
• Share only city level location: Share only the city or the approximate
area you are in, not the street-level location. Your friend can see your
photo icon in the middle of the city you are in.
• Hide from this friend: Stop location sharing with this friend. Your
friend cannot see your photo icon on the map.
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Remove this friend: Remove this friend from your list and end all location
sharing.
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Touch the thumbnail to open the pop-up menu. Depending on available
settings, you may use Messaging and Gmail services to send a message
to your friend.
To control what to share and change your public profile
1 In Maps, touch the Menu button
→Latitude.
2 Touch your name on the list of friends to open your public profile
window.
3 Set the following options to your preferences.
Change your photo
Change the picture that your friends see on the
map or in their list of friends.
You can take a picture using the Camera
application, or select one stored in Gallery.
Send location to others
Send the address of your current location using
Twitter, Facebook, Bluetooth, text messaging, or
e-mail.
Edit privacy settings
Manage how your location is shared with your
friends:
• Turn off Latitude: Disable Latitude and end
location sharing.
• Detect your location: Latitude automatically
detects and updates your current location.
NOTE: To let Latitude report your location, you
must enable My location sources. For more
information, see To enable location source.
• Set your location: Select a location from the
map, contact addresses or nearby places, or
type an address.
• Hide your location. All of your friends will not
be able to see your location on their maps.
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Places
Touch the Launcher button
→Places
.
Places automatically detects your current location and offers guide to
nearby restaurants, coffee shops, bars, hotels, attractions, ATMs, gas
stations, and more.
1 Touch to select a category.
2 From the list of places, touch the desired one to view more
details. For more information on using the controls on this screen,
see To view the details of a place.
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Navigation
NOTE: Google Maps Navigation is not available in all areas.
WARNING: It is your sole responsibility to use this application in a safe
and responsible manner. You must obey local traffic laws, posted road
signs, and safety regulations. Do not operate the device while driving.
Touch the Launcher button
→Navigation
.
Google Maps Navigation is an Internet-connected GPS satellite
navigation system with voice guidance. Navigation provides the
following features:
Feature
Description
Searching in plain language
Type the name or address of the place, the
business, or the organization you want to
find.
Searching by voice
Name your destination using Google Search
by voice (English only).
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Feature
Description
Traffic view
Traffic view provides live traffic data and
displays up-to-date traffic conditions on the
screen. Press the Menu button →
Layers→Traffic to turn on Traffic view.
Searching along route
Search for any kind of business along your
route. Press the Menu button →Layers to
access popular types of places.
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Feature
Description
Satellite View
Satellite view allows you to view your route
overlaid on 3D satellite views with Google's
high-resolution aerial imagery. Press the
Menu button →Layers→Satellite to turn
on Satellite view.
Street View
Street view helps visualize turns with Street
View imagery. Navigation automatically
switches to Street View as you approach
your destination.
Car dock mode
Place your phone in a car dock to access
Navigation and Voice Search easily.
Navigation shortcut
• Speak Destination: Say your destination
using Google voice search.
• Type Destination: Type your destination.
• Contacts: Select a destination from the
location of your contacts.
• Starred Places: Select a desalination from
the list of Starred Places.
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Feature
Description
Walking navigation
Get voice-guided navigation for walking
directions. Your device vibrates for turn
notifications.
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News and Weather
→News and Weather
Touch the Launcher button
.
Weather
The Weather service automatically detects your current location and
shows the local weather information.
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2
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• Current weather.
• Touch this area to view temperatures, wind speed, and humidity data
within the next 24 hours.
2
Weather forecast for the next 6 days.
3
Touch the The Weather Channel icon to start the browser and visit The
Weather Channel website to find more weather information.
If your current location is temporarily unavailable, you need to set your
location manually as follows.
1 Touch the Menu button
→Settings→Weather settings.
2 Clear the Use my location check box.
3 Touch Set location.
4 Enter a city or postal code.
5 Touch
. The weather location will be updated to the location
you manually set.
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News
Flick pages horizontally to view news topics, such as Top Stories, U.S.,
Sports, and Entertainment. Touch the news headline you are
interested in to view the full content.
To add/remove news topics
You can manage the news topics to be displayed on your device as
follows.
1 Touch the Menu button
→Settings→News settings.
2 Touch Select news topics.
•
Select the check boxes next to the news topics you want to
display on the device.
•
Clear the check boxes next to the unwanted news topics.
To configure news and weather refresh settings
1 Touch the Menu button
→Settings→Refresh settings.
2 To refresh news and weather automatically, select the Autorefresh check box.
3 Touch Refresh interval to adjust the refresh interval. Faster refresh
intervals increase data usage and consume more battery power.
NOTE: To refresh news and weather manually, touch the Menu button
→Refresh.
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YouTube
YouTube is an Internet video streaming service that allows you to view
videos uploaded by YouTube members.
NOTE: Browsing and viewing videos does not require you to sign in to a
YouTube account. However, to use all of the YouTube features, such as
rating or commenting on a video or viewing “My account”, you must
create and sign in to a YouTube account.
To open YouTube
→YouTube
Touch the Launcher button
.
The YouTube screen opens with the videos grouped into categories
such as Most viewed, Most discussed, Top rated, and so on.
To search for a video by typing
1 Touch the icon
on the top right of the YouTube screen, or
touch the Menu button
→Search to open the search bar.
2 Type the video name or keyword into the search box using the
on-screen keyboard. The search results that fully or partially
match the text being typed appear below the search box. You
can:
a
Scroll the search results and touch a desired one.
b
Touch
on the keyboard or the search icon
on
the search box to search for results that match the entered
text, then touch a desired search result.
3 The videos that match the selected result are listed.
4 Touch the video to start playing the video.
To search for a video by voice command
1 Touch the icon
on the top right corner of the YouTube screen,
or touch the Menu button
2 Touch
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3 Say the video name or a keyword.
4 The videos that match the words you said are listed.
5 Touch the video to start playing the video.
To search for a video by category
1 Touch the Menu button
→Categories.
2 Scroll the listed categories and touch the category under which
the video appears.
3 Touch to start playing the video.
To filter videos by different time frames
1 From a category screen, touch the Menu button
→Time filter.
2 Select a time frame such as Today or This week.
3 The videos that match the selected time frame are listed.
To watch videos
1 Select a video listed on the on the YouTube screen. The video
starts playing automatically.
2 To control video playback, touch anywhere on the screen to
display and use the playback controls.
3 To end playback, touch the Back button
.
or the Home button
To manage a video
1 When browsing videos in a list, touch and hold a video to open
the options menu.
When playing a video, touch the Menu button .
2 You can perform these actions that require signing in to your
YouTube account.
Rate
Rate the video with stars.
Comments
Write and send your comments about the video.
Favorite
Add the video’s web link to your browser bookmarks.
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Share
Send the video’s web link to others using Bluetooth,
e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, text messaging, and so on.
Flag
If you find the video inappropriate to get posted and
want to have it removed, you can flag the video to
notify the service provider.
Android Market
You can use Android Market to download and install applications and
games on your device.
NOTE: Applications downloaded from Android Market may not support
automatic screen rotation to portrait or landscape.
To open Android Market
1 Touch the Launcher button
→Market
.
2 Follow the instructions on the screen to create a Google account
if you don’t have one, or sign in with your account if you already
have one. For more information, see To set up your Google
account.
NOTE: Skip step 2 if you have already signed in to your Google account.
3 Touch the Accept button after you read and agree with the
Android Market Terms of Service.
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4 The Android Market screen opens.
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2
4
3
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• Touch the Apps tab to view the application categories. All
applications available for download are sorted by these categories.
• Touch the Games tab to view the game categories. All games
available for download are sorted by these categories.
2
The Market screen displays popular application categories here for
direct access.
3
The Market screen opens with featured applications for direct access.
4
Shows user rating about the item and whether it is free or requires a
purchase.
5
Touch the Downloads tabs to view your downloads.
6
Touch to search Android Market for applications or games.
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When a category is selected, for example, touch the Games tab→
Brain & Puzzle:
2
3
1
4
1
Touch Top paid to view the paid games downloaded most often.
2
Touch Top free to view the free games downloaded most often.
3
Touch Just in to view new games available for download.
4
Touch the game to download and install on your device.
To download and install an application or game
1 Scroll and browse listed applications or games to locate the
desired one.
2 Touch the application or game you want to download and install.
3 On the application details screen, you can read the introduction
to the application or game, user ratings and comments, and
developer information.
NOTE: Touch the Menu button
and select Security to view the
functions or data this can access on your device.
4 On the application details screen, touch Install to start download
and installation. The application’s downloading screen will show
the download progress.
NOTE: If the application requires access to any of your data or functions
on your device, Market tells you what the application can access. Touch
the OK button to start download and installation.
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NOTE: During installation, the icon
appears in the notification area
of the status bar. Touch the notification area of the status bar to open the
Notifications panel and check download progress.
NOTE: To stop downloading an application, touch Cancel download on
the application’s downloading screen.
5 After the application is downloaded and installed on your device,
appears in the notification area of the
the download icon
status bar.
To open an application or game
From the Market screen:
1 Touch the Downloads tab on the Market screen, or touch the
Menu button →Downloads.
2 Touch the installed application in the list.
3 Touch Open. The selected application starts running.
From the main application menu:
1 Touch the Launcher button
.
2 Touch the application’s icon.
From the status bar:
1 Drag down the status bar to view the Notifications panel where
the download icon
appears to indicate a recently
downloaded application.
2 Touch the name of the application you want to open.
To uninstall an application or game
1 On the downloads screen, touch the application you want to
uninstall.
2 Touch Uninstall.
3 After the uninstall is completed, you can select the reason for
removing the application.
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Synchronizing Your Google Data
Through a web connection, your device can synchronize your Google
data including Gmail, calendar, and contacts with your computer or
any other device that you use to access your Google account.
To select the applications to synchronize
1 Touch Home button
Accounts & sync.
→Menu button
→Settings→
2 Under the General sync settings bar, touch to select Background
data to make all the sync options available.
3 Under the General sync settings bar, touch to select Auto-sync
to let the device automatically synchronize the selected data.
4 Under the Manage accounts bar, touch your account to select
the data that you want the device to synchronize automatically,
such as Sync Contacts, Sync Gmail, Sync Picasa Web Albums,
and Sync Calendar.
NOTE: If you wish to synchronize individual applications manually,
touch to clear the Auto-sync check box, then touch a data option to
start synchronization of the touched data. To sync all of the data
manually, touch the Menu button
→Sync now.
NOTE: While data is syncing, the sync icon
and the sync icon
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Customizing Your Dell™
Streak
With the Settings menu, you can customize the way your device works
to suit your preferences.
To change display settings
1 Touch the Home button
or
touch the Launcher button
→Menu button
→Settings→Display,
→Settings icon
→Display.
2 Touch the desired item under Display settings.
3 To enable a setting, touch the setting option to select the check
box
; to disable a setting, touch the setting option to clear
the check box
Brightness
.
Manually adjust screen brightness.
1 Drag the brightness slider horizontally or
touch the desired portion of it to increase or
decrease the yellow bar. The length of the
yellow bar determines the brightness of the
screen.
2 Touch OK to confirm adjustment.
NOTE: If Automatic brightness is enabled, the
device will adjust the screen brightness
automatically based on the surrounding
light conditions.
Auto-rotate screen
If enabled, the screen will switch the orientation
to landscape or portrait as you rotate the device.
Animation
Set the device to play an animation for opening
and closing windows.
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Screen timeout
• Set how long the screen remains on after the
last operation. Scroll the options and touch a
preferred timeout period; to disable this
feature select Never timeout.
• The screen automatically turns off and locks
itself after an inactivity timeout selected here
has passed.
• To turn on and unlock the screen, press the
Power button and then flick the
icon up
to unlock the screen if it is automatically
locked.
NOTE: If you select Never timeout, the screen
remains on indefinitely and quickly
consumes battery power.
NOTE: If Settings→Location & security→Setup
up screen lock→Pattern is enabled, you
need to draw the unlock pattern to
unlock the screen. For more information,
see Protect Your Device Data With a
Screen Unlock Pattern.
To change sound and ringtone settings
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
→Settings icon
or touch
→Settings→Sound,
→Sound.
2 Use the options grouped under the Sound settings bar, and then
touch a desired option.
3 Flick the list to locate and touch a desired item.
4 To enable a setting, touch the setting option to select the check
box
; to disable a setting, touch the setting option to clear
the check box
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General settings
Silent mode
Silence all sounds except media and alarms.
Vibrate
Set the device to vibrate under the selected
configuration.
Volume
• Ringtone: Adjust ringer volume for incoming
calls and notifications.
• Media: Adjust volume for music and video
playback.
• Alarm: Adjust volume for alarm ringtone.
1 To adjust volume, drag the sliders horizontally
or touch the desired portion of them to
increase or decrease volume.
2 If you want to set a different volume for
notifications, touch Use incoming call volume
for notifications to clear its check box. Then
adjust the Notification volume in the same
way.
3 Touch OK to confirm adjustment.
Incoming calls settings
Phone ringtone
Select a desired ringtone for incoming calls.
Notifications settings
Notification ringtone
Select a desired ringtone for notifications.
Notification sound
Select this item to enable notification sound.
Feedback settings
Audible touch tones
You can hear a tone as you dial using the onscreen dial pad.
Audible selection
You can hear a tone as you touch the screen to
select items.
Screen lock sounds
You can hear a tone when the screen is locked
and unlocked.
Haptic feedback
The device vibrates when you touch the buttons
or when specific interactions with the device
occur.
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To manually set the date, time, and time
zone
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
→Settings icon
time, or touch
→Settings→Date &
→Date & time.
2 Flick the list to locate and touch a desired item.
3 To enable a setting, touch the setting option to select the check
box
; to disable a setting, touch the setting option to clear
the check box
Select time source
Set date
.
Choose to set the device time manually or
automatically from your mobile network or from
the Internet.
1 Touch or touch and hold
or
to
adjust the day, month, and year; you can also
touch the day, month, or year to type a date
using the on-screen keyboard.
2 Touch Set to confirm the date.
Set time zone
Select a city or region that represents the time
zone for your device. Touch the Menu button
to sort the time zone list alphabetically or by time
zone.
Set time
1 Touch or touch and hold
or
to
adjust the hour and minute; you can also
touch the hour or minute to type a time using
the on-screen keyboard.
2 Touch the AM/PM button if the 12-hour format
is in use.
3 Touch Set to confirm the time.
Use 24-hour format
Clear the check box of this feature if you want to
display time using the 12-hour format.
Select date format
Select a format used for displaying the date.
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To choose a language
Set the language of the display text.
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Language & keyboard→Select language, or
touch
→Settings icon
→Language & keyboard→Select
language.
2 Select a language of your choice from the Locale list that appears.
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Protecting Your Dell™ Streak
Protect Your Device Data With a Screen
Unlock Pattern
You can protect your device data against unauthorized access by
locking the touch screen with a screen unlock pattern. Once the
unlock pattern is enabled and the screen is locked, you need to draw
the correct unlock pattern to unlock the screen.
After you fail to draw the correct unlock pattern on the screen for five
consecutive times, you will be asked to wait for 30 seconds before you
can try again. If you no longer remember your screen unlock pattern,
follow these steps to unlock your screen:
1 Touch Forgot pattern.
2 When prompted, sign on to the Google website using your
Google account name and password.
3 Draw a new screen unlock pattern as described in To create a
screen unlock pattern.
4 If you fail to obtain a new unlock pattern following the above
steps, visit support.dell.com.
To create a screen unlock pattern
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Location & security→Set up screen lock→Pattern, or
touch the Launcher button
→Settings icon
→
Location & security→Set up screen lock→Pattern.
2 Read the instructions on the screen and then touch Next.
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3 Study the animated example of how to draw a pattern. Then
touch Next when you are ready to draw your own pattern.
4 Drag your finger to draw the unlock pattern by connecting at least
four dots in a vertical, horizontal and/or diagonal direction. Take
your finger off the screen when a pattern is drawn.
NOTE: You must flick your finger on the screen to create the pattern
and not touch individual dots.
5 The device records the pattern if it is correctly drawn. Touch
Continue.
6 Draw the pattern again as prompted, and then touch Confirm.
NOTE: To change your unlock screen pattern, you need to draw the old
pattern before proceeding with steps 4 to 6 to draw a new one.
To disable or change the screen unlock pattern
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Location & security→Change screen lock, or
→Settings icon
touch the Launcher button
→
Location & security→Change screen lock.
2 Draw the pattern you created.
3 Select None to disable screen unlock security; select Pattern to
draw a new unlock pattern.
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To change unlock pattern settings
1 Touch the Home button
Location & security, or
→Menu button
touch the Launcher button
→Settings→
→Settings icon
→
Location & security.
2 To enable a setting, touch the setting option to select the check
box
; to disable a setting, touch the setting option to clear
the check box
.
Use visible pattern
Clear this option if you do not want the lines of
the unlock pattern to display on the screen when
you draw it.
Use tactile feedback
Clear this option if you do not want the device to
give you tactile feedback when drawing the
unlock pattern.
Protect Your Device Data With a PIN
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Location & security→Set up screen lock→PIN, or
touch the Launcher button
→Settings icon
→
Location & security→Set up screen lock→PIN.
2 On the Choose your PIN page that appears, enter a PIN in the text
box. Your PIN must be 4 characters at least.
3 Touch OK to proceed.
4 Enter the PIN again to confirm.
5 Touch OK.
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To disable or change PIN
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Location & security→Change screen lock, or
→Settings icon
touch the Launcher button
→
Location & security→Change screen lock.
2 Enter the PIN you have enabled.
3 Select None to disable the PIN; select PIN to change PIN.
Protect Your Device Data With a Password
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Location & security→Set up screen lock→Password, or
touch the Launcher button
→Settings icon
→
Location & security→Set up screen lock→Password.
2 On the Choose your password page that appears, enter a
password in the text box. A valid password consists of at least 4
characters and contains at least one letter.
3 Touch OK to proceed.
4 Enter the password again to confirm.
5 Touch OK.
To disable or change the password
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Location & security→Change screen lock, or
touch the Launcher button
→Settings icon
→
Location & security→Change screen lock.
2 Enter the password you have enabled.
3 Select None to disable the PIN; select Password to change the
password.
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Protect Your SIM Card With the SIM Lock
Password
You can protect your SIM card against unauthorized use with a
personal identification number (PIN). After a PIN is enabled to lock
your SIM, you will need to enter the PIN each time you turn on the
device in order to unlock your SIM.
NOTE: The SIM card will be permanently locked if you enter the
incorrect PIN for three consecutive times. You must then enter the
Personal Unblocking Key (PUK) to unlock the SIM card. Please contact
your service provider to obtain the PUK.
NOTE: You can make emergency calls without unlocking the SIM.
To enable the SIM card PIN
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Location & security→Set up SIM card lock→Lock SIM Card, or
touch the Launcher button
→Settings icon
→
Location & security→Set up SIM card lock→Lock SIM Card.
2 Type your SIM card PIN, and then touch OK.
To change the SIM card PIN
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Location & security→Set up SIM card lock→Change SIM PIN, or
touch the Launcher button
→Settings icon
→
Location & security→Set up SIM card lock→Change SIM PIN.
2 Type the old SIM card PIN, and then touch OK.
3 Type the new SIM card PIN, and then touch OK.
4 Type the new SIM card PIN again, and then touch OK.
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Applications
NOTE: Available applications may vary from region to region.
Camera
Your device has a 5.0 megapixel camera with auto-focus feature that
allows you to capture and share high-quality pictures and videos.
NOTE: Before you use the camera application, you need to install a
microSD card in your device. All pictures and videos that you capture
using your device camera are stored on the microSD card. For more
information on how to install a microSD card on your device, see "Install
the microSD card" on page 13.
To start the camera in picture mode
Do one of the following:
• Press and hold the camera button
• Touch the Launcher button
.
→Camera
.
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Camera controls
5
1
4
3
2
1
Viewfinder screen.
2
Camera setting indicator. Touch each indicator to bring up the camera
settings, and touch to select the desired setting.
3
• On-screen shutter button.
• To capture a picture:
1 Focus on the object in the viewfinder screen.
2 To start the auto focus mode, half-press and hold the camera button
, or touch and hold the on-screen shutter button.
3 Touch the on-screen shutter button or press the camera button
all the way down and release to capture the picture.
NOTE: To achieve optimal focus such as for taking a close shot,
half-press and hold the camera button
focus mode. Then without releasing
picture.
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4
Drag this on-screen switch to toggle between the camera mode for
capturing pictures, and the camcorder mode for shooting videos.
5
Touch the thumbnail view of the last taken picture to view and manage
the picture using the Gallery application.
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Additional camera settings
Touch the Menu button
.
Front-Facing/Rear-Facing Use the front-facing or rear-facing camera to
Camera
take pictures.
Gallery
Open the Gallery application to view and manage
pictures.
Switch to video/camera
Toggle between the camera mode for capturing
pictures, and the camcorder mode for shooting
videos.
To start the camcorder mode
Touch the Menu button
the camcorder screen.
→Switch to video, or touch
to switch to
Camcorder controls
5
4
1
3
2
1
Viewfinder screen.
2
Camcorder setting indicator. Touch each indicator to bring up
camcorder settings.
3
To start or stop recording, touch this on-screen video recording button
or press the camera button
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4
Drag this on-screen switch to toggle between the camera mode for
capturing pictures, and the camcorder mode for shooting videos.
5
Touch the thumbnail view of the last captured video to play and manage
the video using the Gallery application.
Copying Files to and from MicroSD
The files on your device are stored on the microSD card. To exchange
pictures, videos, music, and other files between your device and a
computer, use the microSD card as a USB drive by connecting the
device to a computer with the included USB cable.
To set the microSD card as a USB drive
1 Connect the device to the computer by plugging the 30-pin
connector into the device and the USB connector into the USB
port on the computer.
2 The USB connected banner flashes on the status bar, then the
USB notification icon
area.
stays on the status bar’s notification
3 Drag down the status bar, and from the Notifications panel that
opens, touch USB connected.
4 Touch Turn on USB storage→OK, if you want to copy files
between your computer and the microSD card.
5 From the pop-up dialogue window, touch the Mount button.
6 Open the My Computer window on your computer to locate a
removable drive which is the microSD card installed in your
device. Then copy desired files such as music or pictures from
another drive/folder to the removable drive, or vice versa.
To turn off USB storage
The device will not recognize the microSD card when the card is being
used as a USB drive. You will not be able to use the device’s
applications that involve saving or retrieving files on the microSD card,
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such as camera or music playback. You need to turn off USB storage
for the device to recognize the microSD card when the device is
connected to a computer.
To turn off the USB storage function:
1 Drag down the status bar to open the Notifications panel.
2 Touch Turn off USB storage.
To remove the microSD card
1 Press and hold the Power button
off option to turn the device off.
and then touch the Power
2 Remove the back cover.
3 Slide and lift the microSD card out of the slot on the device.
Bluetooth®
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology that
lets your device connect over a wireless network to other Bluetoothenabled devices for data exchange.
Bluetooth on your device operates in three different modes:
On
Bluetooth is turned on. Your device is enabled to detect
Bluetooth devices within range, but will not be found by
them.
Discoverable
Bluetooth is turned on, and other Bluetooth devices can
detect your device.
Off
Bluetooth is turned off. Your device is unable to send and
receive data using Bluetooth.
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To turn on Bluetooth and make the device discoverable
1 Touch the Home button
Wireless & networks.
→Menu button
→Settings →
2 Select the Bluetooth check box to turn on Bluetooth. The
Bluetooth icon
appears in the status bar.
3 Touch Bluetooth settings, then select the Discoverable check
box to make the device recognizable by other nearby Bluetooth
devices.
To pair and connect a Bluetooth device
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
Wireless & networks→Bluetooth settings.
→Settings→
2 Touch and select the Bluetooth check box. Your device starts to
scan for Bluetooth devices within range and then displays all
detected devices below the Bluetooth devices banner.
NOTE: To detect more devices, touch Scan for devices.
3 To initiate a connection with a device, touch the name of the
device.
4 You may be prompted to enter a password to authenticate. Enter
the same password on both devices, or enter the specific one
provided by the device manufacturer. Ensure that you read the
documentation of the pairing device to check if it requires a
default password.
5 When the pairing is successful, Paired but not connected is
displayed under the paired device.
6 Touch the paired device to start connection. When the paired
device is successfully connected to your device, the Bluetooth
connected icon
appears in the status bar.
NOTE: To make and receive calls or listen to the music using a
Bluetooth headset, pair it first with your device.
NOTE: Pairing is a one-time process. Once your device successfully
pairs with another device, your device recognizes that device without reentering your password.
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To end a Bluetooth connection
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
Wireless & networks→Bluetooth settings.
→Settings→
2 Touch and hold the name of a connected device.
3 Touch Disconnect on the pop-up menu that appears.
To terminate a pairing partnership
1 Touch the Home button
→Menu button
Wireless & networks→Bluetooth settings.
→Settings→
2 Touch and hold the name of a paired device.
3 Touch Unpair on the pop-up menu that appears to erase all
pairing information with that device. You need to re-enter the
password if you want to restore a Bluetooth connection to that
device.
To change your device’s Bluetooth name
1 Ensure that you have turned on Bluetooth on your device
(
indicates in the status bar that Bluetooth is enabled).
2 Touch the Home button
→Menu button →Settings→
Wireless & networks→Bluetooth settings→Device name.
3 Enter a name to identify the device when you connect using
Bluetooth.
4 Touch OK.
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Gallery
To view and manage the pictures and videos stored on your device,
touch the Launcher button
→Gallery
.
The Gallery application displays not only the pictures and videos
stored on your microSD card, but also those uploaded to the Picasa
web album of your Gmail account which you signed in with on your
device.
NOTE: Before you run the Gallery application, ensure that a microSD
card containing media files is installed on your device. All pictures and
videos that you capture using your device camera are stored on the
microSD card. For more information on how to install a microSD card on
your device, see "Install the microSD card" on page 13.
To share or delete albums
All pictures and videos are grouped in separate
albums as overlapping thumbnails, according to
their dates, sources, or folders in which they are
stored. For example, pictures taken using the
device camera are grouped as Camera, and
downloaded pictures are grouped as download.
Overlapping
thumbnails as one
album.
1 Touch and hold an album until the check box
appears.
2 Touch more albums to select them if you want to do the same
task for those albums.
• To post the selected album to Picasa or video album to YouTube,
or to send the album using Bluetooth, messaging, or e-mail,
touch Share.
• To delete the album, touch Delete.
To browse picture and video thumbnails
1 Touch an album to display the thumbnails of all pictures and
videos inside.
2 To browse the thumbnails:
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• Touch or drag
to display all the thumbnails in grid view,
or group them by date as overlapping thumbnails.
• When the thumbnails are displayed in grid view, drag
or
touch the arrows on it to move thumbnails horizontally, until the
desired one is located.
3 To select a thumbnail, touch and hold it until
more thumbnails as you need.
appears; touch
• To post a selected picture or video to Facebook, Twitter, Picasa,
Facebook, YouTube, or to send it using Bluetooth, messaging, or
email, touch Share.
• To delete a selected picture or video, touch Delete.
• To set a picture as the Home screen wallpaper, touch More→Set
as→Wallpaper.
• To set a picture as a contact’s picture ID, touch More→Set as→
Contact icon.
To display a full picture
Touch a desired picture thumbnail to display the picture in full screen.
• Flick the picture to view the next or previous one.
• To bring up the picture viewing controls, touch anywhere on the
screen, or touch twice.
• To zoom the picture in or out, you can:
•
Touch
.
•
Pinch the picture with two fingers, then move the fingers
away from each other to enlarge the picture, or bring them
closer together to reduce the picture.
•
To zoom in or out a particular area of the picture, tap that area
twice.
•
When a picture view is being enlarged, flick or drag the
enlarged picture across the screen until the required area
appears.
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To play a video
1 Touch a video thumbnail to start playback of the video.
2 To control playback, use these controls below the viewing screen:
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•
Touch the
button to pause and the
resume playback.
•
Touch or drag the playback progress bar at the bottom to
rewind or fast-forward the video.
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Music
NOTE: The Music application only plays audio files saved on the
microSD card of your device. Before opening Music, ensure that the
needed audio files have been copied to the microSD card of your device.
To open Music
Touch the Launcher button
→Music
.
The Music library screen opens, which is organized by Artists, Albums,
Songs, and Playlists tabs. You can touch a tab to display your desired
category.
To select a song
1
5
2
4
3
1
All the music files available on your device are grouped into these
categories: Artists, Albums, Songs, and Playlists. Touch a category to
view the list within it.
NOTE: If you rotate your device to landscape mode, an additional Now
playing category appears.
2
3
Flick the list until you find the music you want to play. For instance, to
select music by artist:
a Flick the list of artists in alphabetical order.
b Touch the name of an artist. A list of albums by the artist appears.
c Touch an album to find the songs inside.
d Touch a song to open the music playback screen and play the
music.
indicates the current album or song being played.
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4
You can flick or drag a long list, and then drag the icon
to quickly scroll the list by alphabet.
5
The letter icon indicates the alphabet of the list you scroll to.
that appears
To control music playback
12
11
10
1
9
2
8
3
4
5
1
The album’s cover image if it has one.
2
The passing playback time.
3
6
7
• Touch the playback control bar to jump to any part of the song.
• Drag and scroll the playback control bar forward to fast-forward the
song.
• Drag and scroll the playback control bar backward to rewind the
song.
4
• If the song is playing for more than five seconds, touch to jump to the
beginning of the song.
• If the song is playing for less than five seconds, touch to play the
previous song.
5
6
Touch
to pause playback; touch
to resume playback.
• Touch to play the next song.
• Touch and hold to fast-forward the song.
7
Touch to turn the HDMI mode on and off when connecting to an HDMI
output device.
8
The duration of the song.
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9
• The name of the artist, album, and the song being played.
• Touch and hold the artist, album, or song to search for relevant
information or videos from the Internet using the Browser or Youtube
application, or do the search inside the Music application.
10 Touch to cycle through the repeat modes.
11
Touch to turn the shuffle mode on and off.
12 Go to the Now playing list.
NOTE: Press the volume up button
or volume down button
to adjust the playback volume.
NOTE: On the Music library screen, touch Shuffle all to play all songs in
your library in random order. The first randomly selected song starts to
play.
To create a playlist
1 On the Music screen, touch the Artists, Albums, Songs tabs as
needed.
2 Flick the screen until you reach the artist, album, or song that you
want to add to the playlist.
3 Touch and hold the artist, album, or song that you want to add in
the playlist. A pop-up menu opens.
4 Touch Add to playlist.
5 In the Add to playlist window, touch New.
NOTE: If you want to add the artist, album, or song to the current
playlist, touch Current playlist in the Add to playlist options menu.
6 Enter the name for your new playlist in the text field and then
touch Save.
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Calendar
Use the calendar to schedule and manage your events, meetings, and
appointments.
To open the calendar
Touch the Launcher button
→Calendar
.
To set up an event
1 On any calendar view, touch the Menu button
event to open the Event details screen.
→More→New
2 Type the event name using the on-screen keyboard.
3 If there is a time period for the event, touch and type the From
and To date and time.
If the event is a special occasion such as a birthday or takes a
whole day, set the From and To date, and then select the All day
check box.
4 Type the event location and description.
5 If you have set up more than one account on your device, under
the Calendar option, choose the account calendar to which to
add the event.
6 To invite your friends to join this event, type their e-mail addresses
into the Guests text box. The invitation will be e-mailed to them
when this event is set up.
7 Decide whether it is a recurring event in Repetition and choose
how often it occurs.
8 In Reminders, set when the reminder appears before the event.
9 Touch Done and the event is created.
NOTE: To quickly set up an event in day, week, or month view, touch
and hold an empty time slot→New event. A new Event details screen
opens with the selected time slot and date in the From and To fields.
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To view the calendar
You can display the calendar in daily, weekly, monthly, or agenda view.
To change the calendar view, touch the Menu button →
Day/Week/Month/Agenda/Today.
While viewing the calendar you can:
• In day or week views, touch an event to open a quick view
window of the event on the lower part of the screen.
• Touch the event or the quick view window to view details about
the event.
• Touch and hold an event to open a menu with options for
viewing, editing, or deleting the event, or creating a new event.
To view and synchronize multiple calendars
If you have set up more than one account on your device, you can
view multiple calendars from the accounts on your device. You can
configure which calendars to synchronize to the device, and which of
those to show or hide on the device in Calendar.
To set whether calendars are synchronized to the device or visible,
follow the steps below.
1 In Calendar, touch the Menu button →More→Calendars. The
Calendars screen displays all the calendars you have added or
subscribed to for each account on your device, organized by
account. Touch the name of an account to show or hide its
calendars on your device. The icon to the right of each calendar
indicates whether the events on that calendar are synchronized to
the device and whether they are visible in Calendar.
2 Touch the icon next to a calendar to change whether it is
synchronized to the device and visible in Calendar.
Calendar events are synchronized to the device and visible in Calendar.
Calendar events are synchronized to the device but not visible in
Calendar.
Calendar events are not synchronized to the device.
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3 Touch OK.
Event reminders
If you set a reminder for an event, the upcoming event icon
appears in the notifications area of the status bar when the reminder
time arrives.
To view, dismiss, or snooze a reminder
1 Drag the notification area of the status bar to open the
Notification menu.
2 Touch the upcoming event name to display the event.
NOTE: If you have other pending event reminders, these events will also
appear on the screen.
3 Touch Snooze all to put off all event reminders for five minutes.
Touch Dismiss all to turn off all event reminders.
Press
to keep the reminders pending in the notification area of
the status bar.
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Clock
Your device can work as a desk alarm clock to display current time and
date, local weather, and play picture slideshow and music.
→Clock
Touch the Launcher button
.
1
8
2
7
3
4
5
6
1
Displays the first active alarm time.
2
The current time and date.
3
Touch to set the alarm.
4
Touch to play the slideshow of the pictures stored on your device.
5
Touch to start the Music application and choose the music to play.
6
Touch to return to the Home screen.
7
• Displays the local weather.
• Touch to start the News and Weather application to find more
weather updates.
8
Touch to turn the backlight down to the minimum level.
NOTE: After a period of inactivity, the screen turns off the backlight
automatically to only display the current time, date, and alarm time.
NOTE: To turn on the backlight, touch anywhere on the screen.
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To set an alarm
You can set multiple alarms.
1 On the Clock main screen, touch
.
2 On the Alarms screen, touch Add alarm.
3 The Set alarm menu opens with these settings:
Turn on alarm
Turn on the alarm that you have set on the device.
Time
Set the alarm time. Adjust the time by touching
or
, or touch the hour and minute fields
to enter a time. Touch AM to change to PM or vice
versa, then touch Set when done.
Repeat
Select the days you want the alarm to ring, then
touch OK.
NOTE: If you did not select any days for the alarm,
Never appears to hint that your alarm will only go off
once.
Ringtone
Select the alarm ringtone.
Vibrate
Select the check box if you want the device to vibrate
when the alarm goes off.
Label
Give the alarm a name for a special event.
4 Touch Done to set the alarm.
NOTE: On the Alarms screen you can also add a new alarm by touching
the Menu button
→Add alarm.
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To temporarily disable an alarm
On the Alarms screen, clear the green bar of the alarm time you want
to disable.
Green bar
To delete an alarm
1 On the Alarms screen, touch the alarm time you want to delete.
2 On the Set alarm screen, touch Delete.
To silence all alarms
You can change the settings to choose if the alarm should ring when
the device is in Silent mode.
1 On the Alarms screen, touch the Menu button
→Settings.
2 Touch Alarm in silent mode to set if the alarm should ring when
the device is in Silent mode.
Calculator
1 Touch the Launcher button
→Calculator. The basic
calculator panel opens.
2 Perform calculations by touching the corresponding buttons on
the calculator panel; touch the CLEAR button to clear the
displayed numbers or symbols.
3 To perform advanced calculations, flick the basic calculator panel
away to the left and reveal the advanced panel, or touch the
Menu button →Advanced panel.
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Sound Recorder
Open this application to record voice and sounds and then play them
back. You can also set the recording as a ringtone for your device.
NOTE: Recorder only supports recording in the amr format.
→Sound Recorder
1 Touch the Launcher button
2 Touch
to start recording.
3 Touch
to end recording.
4 Touch
to start playback of the recording; touch
playback.
.
to stop
5 Touch Save this recording to save the recording on the microSD
card.
6 To play back a sound recording again, touch the Launcher button
→ Music
→Songs, then select a recording to play. For
information about Music, see Music.
Voice Dialer
Touch the Launcher button
→Voice Dialer
.
With Voice Dialer you can make calls and run applications by saying
matching voice commands to your device.
Follow on-screen examples and prompts to say the voice commands
that trigger needed actions.
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To say a voice command to start an action
1 When Voice Dialer prompts you with voice command examples
such as to call a contact, say the command that includes the
name of the contact you want to call. For example, if you want to
call a contact named John, use this command Call <Name> and
say “Call John” to your device.
2 Once your device recognizes your command, it automatically lists
the matching actions. You can now choose to call a contact or
open an application from the list.
SIM Manager
Touch the Launcher button
→SIM Manager
.
You can add and delete contacts on your SIM card, and check the
number of the contacts and messages stored on it.
To copy selected entries from your device’s contacts to your SIM card,
touch the Menu button →More→Import Contacts.
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Playing Videos on HDMI
Devices
1 Insert the 30-pin connector on the bottom of your device into
the 30-pin connector on the home dock.
2 Connect your device to a HDMI device for example a HDMI
monitor or TV using a HDMI data cable.
3 Touch the Launcher button
→ Gallery
.
4 Touch a video thumbnail to start playback of the video.
5 The device screen displays Video out to ask for your
confirmation. Touch Yes to play the video on the display of the
connected HDMI device. Touch No if you want to play the video
on the device.
6 To switch video playback between the device screen and the
HDMI display, touch the Menu button →Change video out.
7 To control playback, use these controls on the device screen:
•
Touch the
playback.
button to pause and the
button to resume
•
Touch or drag the playback progress bar to rewind or fastforward the video.
NOTE: The device supports MPEG-4/H264/H263 video files through
HDMI output.
NOTE: The HDMI output resolution is 720p.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
SIM card malfunction or
damage.
Take the SIM card to your
service provider for testing.
The SIM card is inserted
improperly.
Insert the SIM card properly.
Dirt or dust on the SIM
card’s metal contacts.
Use a soft, dry cloth to
clean the SIM card’s metal
contacts.
The network signal is too
weak at your current
location, for example, in a
basement or near a tall
building. Wireless
transmissions can not
effectively reach it.
Move to a location where
the network signal can be
properly received.
The network is busy at the
current time (for example,
during peak times, there
may be too much network
traffic to handle additional
calls).
Avoid using the device at
such times, or try again after
waiting a short time.
Call-related problems
SIM card error
Poor reception
You are too far away from a You can request a service
base station for your service area map from your service
provider.
provider.
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Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
You cannot make
outgoing calls
The SIM card is not installed. Install a valid SIM card in
your device.
Poor signal.
Move to an open space, or if
you are inside a building,
move closer to a window.
Your device is in Airplane
mode with no wireless
connectivity.
Touch the status area on the
status bar and clear the
Airplane mode check box.
You have enabled the Call
barring feature.
Touch the Home button
→Menu button
→
Settings→ Call settings→Call
barring→Deactivate all.
You have enabled Fixed
Dialing Numbers.
Touch the Home button
→Menu button
→
Settings→Call settings→
Fixed Dialing Numbers.
Disable Fixed Dialing
Numbers (FDN).
You cannot answer
incoming calls
Poor signal.
Move to an open space, or if
you are inside a building,
move closer to a window.
Your device is in Airplane
mode with no wireless
connectivity.
Touch the status area on the
status bar and clear the
Airplane mode check box.
You have enabled the Call
barring feature.
Touch the Home button
→Menu button
→
Settings→ Call settings→
Additional call settings→Call
barring→Deactivate all.
Unable to add contacts
to the device
Memory for storing
contacts is already full.
Delete unnecessary contact
information from the
device.
Echo or noise
Poor network trunk quality
on the part of your service
provider, or poor local
telephone line quality.
Hang up and dial again. You
may be switched to a
better-quality network trunk
or phone line.
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Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Noises during a call
You may be near a strong
electromagnetic source
(such as a TV, a microwave
oven, etc.) during a call.
Move to another location to
reduce the interference
effects.
You cannot enable
certain call features
Your service provider does
not support these features,
or you have not applied for
services that provide these
features.
Contact your service
provider.
PIN Code is blocked
You have entered an
incorrect PIN code three
consecutive times.
Contact your service
provider. If the service
provider provides the SIM
card's PUK code, use the
PUK code to unlock the SIM
card.
System problems
Battery does not charge The battery or battery
Contact the dealer.
charger is damaged.
The device’s temperature is Adjust the battery charging
below 0°C or higher than
environment to avoid
45°C.
extreme temperatures.
Unable to turn the
device on.
The device turns off
automatically
Poor contact between the
battery and charger.
Check all connectors to
ensure that all connections
have been properly made.
The battery is empty.
Charge the device.
The back cover has come
off.
Ensure that the back cover
is firmly secured to the
device.
The device system is
corrupted
See "If the device cannot
power on due to system
corruption, take either of
these recovery actions:" on
page 160 for solutions.
Battery contacts are not
clean.
Seek your dealer's help to
clean the contacts.
The back cover has come
off.
Ensure that the back cover
is firmly secured to the
device.
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Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Shortened standby time
The length of standby time
is affected by your service
provider’s system
configuration. The same
device used with different
service providers' systems
does not have the same
length of standby time.
If you are located in an area
where the network signal is
weak, temporarily turn off
your device.
The battery is depleted. In
high-temperature
environments, battery life
will be shortened.
Use a new battery.
If you are not able to
connect to the network, the
device will continue to send
out signals as it attempts to
locate a base station. Doing
this consumes battery
power and consequently
shortens standby time.
Change your location to
one where the network is
accessible, or temporarily
turn off your device.
Your device is in Airplane
mode with no wireless
connectivity.
Touch the status area on the
status bar and clear the
Airplane mode check box.
The signal strength is not
strong enough.
Try moving to a different
location for better signal
reception.
The Internet connection or
the e-mail setting is not
configured properly.
Check your network
connection, and confirm
with your e-mail service
provider if your e-mail
setting has been configured
correctly.
Messaging problems
Unable to send or
receive text messages.
Unable to send or
receive e-mail.
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Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Internet problems
Unable to connect to the Invalid SIM card.
network.
Contact your service
provider.
You are not within the
network’s service area.
Check the service area with
your service provider.
Poor signal.
Move to an open space or if
you are inside a building,
move closer to a window.
The device records video
sounds in amr format, but
Windows Media Player does
not support amr decoding.
Play the video using a video
player with the amr
decoder, such as
QuickTime.
Media problems
Windows Media Player
on my computer cannot
play the sounds of the
video captured using the
device.
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If the device cannot power on due to system corruption, take either of
these recovery actions:
Reset your device to the default state
1 Press and hold the power button
and then touch the Power off
option on the screen to turn off the device.
2 Simultaneously press and hold the volume up button
and volume
down button
.
3 Without releasing the volume buttons, press and hold the power button,
until the device turns on the configuration screen.
4 Press the volume buttons to move the highlight bar on the screen to the
Factory reset option.
5 Press the Camera button
to start the reset process.
6 Wait for the device to reboot.
Start software recovery
1 Take out the microSD card from the device.
2 Connect the microSD card to your computer using a microSD adapter.
3 On your computer, go to support.dell.com and follow the instructions to
download the software upgrade package to the microSD card.
NOTE: The device only recognizes the software upgrade package as
“Update.pkg”. Rename the downloaded package to “Update.pkg” if it is
not named so.
4 Disconnect the microSD card from the computer and install the microSD
card into the device.
5 Follow steps 1 to 3 in Reset your device to the default state to turn on the
configuration screen.
6 Press the volume buttons to move the highlight bar to the Software
upgrade via Update.pkg on SD Card option, and press the Camera button
to confirm your selection.
7 Press the Camera button
to confirm and start software recovery.
NOTE: If you wish to cancel software recovery, press the volume down
button
.
8 Wait for the device to load files and reboot the system.
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If necessary, you can calibrate your touch screen as follows:
NOTE: Do not touch the screen during calibration.
1 Press and hold the power button
and then touch the Power off
option on the screen to turn off the device.
2 Simultaneously press and hold the volume up button
and volume
down button
.
3 Without releasing the volume buttons, press and hold the power button
, until the device turns on the configuration screen.
4 Press the volume buttons to move the highlight bar on the screen to the
Screen calibration option.
5 Touch the Camera button
to start the touch screen calibration.
6 Wait for the device to reboot.
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Index
A
C
Airplane Mode, 73
Calculator, 151
Alarm Clock, 149
Calendar, 146
Ambient light sensor, 10
Calling, 40
Android Market, 118
Camcorder, 135
Applications
Definition, 20
Erase data, 67
Navigate, 37
Recently used, 38
Shortcuts, 38
Camera, 133
Camcorder, 135
Shoot videos, 135
Take pictures, 134
Connection
Mobile networks, 70
To a computer, 136
Wi-Fi, 71
B
Back cover
Close, 14
Remove, 12
Battery
Charge, 15
Insert, 13
Bluetooth, 137
Button
Back, 9
Camera, 9
Home, 10
Menu, 9
Power and Sleep/Wake, 9
Volume up/down, 8
162
Charging, 15
Index
Contacts, 48
Add, 48
Sync, 51
View, 49
Controls, 8
Touch screen, 17
Customize, 123
D
Data connection, 70
Date, 126
Device
Customize, 123
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Overview, 8
Protect, 128
Reset, 68
Settings, 67
Setup, 12
Turn off, 16
Turn on, 15
Disable all connections, 73
Google Talk, 92
H
Home Screen
Customize, 27
Home screen, 21
Display settings, 123
I
E
E-mail, 80
Internet
Browse, 73
Connection, 70
Emergency software
recovery, 160
Erase all data, 68
K
Keyboard, 59
F
Facebook, 83
L
Factory reset, 68
Language, 127
G
M
Gallery, 140
Maps, 96
Gmail, 89
Messaging, 52
Compose, 52
Receive, 56
Google Account
Setup, 89
Google Maps, 96
Google Maps Navigation, 110
Google Search, 65
microSD, 136
Format, 67
Install, 13
Remove, 67
Set as USB drive, 136
Index
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Turn off USB storage, 136
Unmount, 67
Ringtone, 124
Mobile networks, 70
Music, 143
Create a playlist, 145
Playback, 144
N
Navigation, 110
News and Weather, 114
S
Screen
Calibration, 161
Orientation, 20
Turn off/on, 16
Screen Unlock Pattern, 128
Create, 128
Disable/change, 129
Settings, 130
Search, 65
Sensor, 10
O
On-Screen Keyboard, 59
P
Package Contents, 7
Pictures and videos, 140
PIN
Change, 132
Device, 130
Enable, 132
Places, 109
Pop-Up menu, 58
Proximity sensors, 10
R
Recorder, 152
164
Index
Settings
Date and time, 126
Display, 123
Language, 127
Sound and ringtone, 124
Shortcuts, 38
Add, 28
Definition, 21
SIM card
Insert, 12
SIM Manager, 153
Software
Recovery, 160
Upgrade, 68
Sound, 124
Stage
Desktop, 21
Home screen, 21
Widgets, 24
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Status bar, 33
Icons, 34
Y
YouTube, 116
Synchronize Google Data, 122
T
Text message, 52
Time, 126
Time zone, 126
Touch screen, 17
Troubleshooting, 155
Twitter, 86
V
Videos
Play on HDMI devices, 154
Voice Dialer, 152
Voice Search, 65
W
Web
Applications, 83
Bookmarks, 78
Widgets
Add, 30
Definition, 20
Google Search, 65
Wi-Fi, 71
Index
165