TM
User’s Manual
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your smartphone.
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August 2010
Contents
Before Using Your
Smartphone . . . . .
Safety Warnings
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General Statement on RF
Energy . . . . . . . . . .
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Dell™ Aero Smartphone
Accessories . . . . . . . . .
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Front View .
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Back View .
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Left View .
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Right view
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Proper Disposal
IEEE 1725
FCC
Setting Up the Phone for the
First Time . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up Your Smartphone .
Smartphone Requirements .
Activating Phone Service .
Dell Aero Smartphone
Features . . . . . . . . .
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Contents
Basic Smartphone Functions .
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Using the Touch Screen .
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Connection Manager .
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Status Bar
Main Panels
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Customizing the Screen
Panels . . . . . . . . .
Phone Display Panels
Phone Lock
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Entering Text With QWERTY
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Entering Numbers or Symbols
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Using HandWriting
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Using the Phone Keypad
Editing Text
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Connecting to the Internet .
Selecting Cellular Data
Networks . . . . . . .
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Basic Smartphone Settings .
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Display Settings .
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Date & Time Settings
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Activating the Keyboard
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Using the Keyboard .
Selecting an Input Method
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Entering Text
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Selecting Input Languages .
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Sleep Mode .
Closing the Keyboard .
Location Settings
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Language Settings
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Ringtones and Sounds
Settings . . . . . . . . .
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Wizard Settings
Online Help .
Using the Smartphone
Making a Call .
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Answering or Rejecting
an Incoming Call . . . . .
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Accessing the Call Log
Contacts .
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Call Settings
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Fixed Dial Number (FDN) List
Call Barring .
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Call Forwarding .
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Other Basic Call Settings .
My SIM number
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Dialing Prefix Number
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Speed Dial
Voicemail
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Setting the In-Call Timer
TTY Settings
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Managing Bluetooth
Connections . . . . . .
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Turning On Bluetooth .
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Changing Bluetooth Settings .
Pairing With Bluetooth
Devices . . . . . . . .
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Managing Wi-Fi Connections .
Turning On Wi-Fi
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Changing Wi-Fi Settings
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Adding a Wi-Fi Network
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Connecting to a Wi-Fi
Network. . . . . . . .
Mobile Networks .
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Storage Information
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Managing SD Card and Phone
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Voice Command .
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Browser Overview
Bookmarks
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Browser Settings
Twitter
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Browser Options
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Viewing Web Pages.
Master Reset .
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Internet Browser
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Navigating Web Pages
Resetting the Smartphone
Master Clear
Using Internet Features
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Configuring Mobile Networks
Security Options
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Configuring Voice Command
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Logging In to Twitter
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Using Twitter
Facebook.
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Logging In to Facebook
Using Facebook
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Managing Exchange Server
Account . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Synchronization Settings .
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Managing Email Messages .
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Account Settings .
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Using Email Features .
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Adding an Email Account .
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Adding an Internet Email
Account . . . . . . . . .
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Adding an Exchange Server
Account . . . . . . . . . .
Adding More Email
Accounts . . . . . .
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Receiving Emails
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Editing Account Settings .
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Deleting Messages .
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Using Multimedia Features .
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Browsing and Playing Music
Music Player
Setting Up and Editing Email
Accounts . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing an Account
Sending Emails
Music Player Controls
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Setting a Song as Your
Ringtone . . . . . . .
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Managing Music Files .
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Synchronizing Music .
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Managing Picture Files .
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Changing Picture Settings
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Transferring Music .
Creating a Playlist
Managing Playlists .
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Browsing and Playing Videos .
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Using the Video Editor
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Using the Storyboard .
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Using the Music Movie .
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Using Auto Cut
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Managing Videos .
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Sorting Videos
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Using the Camera .
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Camera Mode .
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Deleting a File From a List
Viewing Video File
Properties. . . . .
Sharing Videos
Deleting a Video
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Using the Recorder Application
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Using Network Features .
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AT&T Navigator .
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AT&T Maps
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Using the Picture Application .
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Using the Video Player .
Browsing Pictures
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Video Recording Mode
Contents
GPS
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Using Where
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Using AllSport GPS .
AT&T Music .
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Using MusicID
AT&T Hot Spots.
YPmobile
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Using YPmobile .
AT&T Video
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Using AT&T Radio
AT&T Games
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Mobile Video .
MobiTV .
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Mobile Banking .
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Using Google Applications
Google Talk
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Google Maps
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Searching Places .
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Getting Directions
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Changing Map Modes
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Finding Your Location .
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Using Latitude
Market .
Using Market
YouTube
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Using YouTube
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Contents
Accessing My YouTube
Account . . . . . . . . .
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Uploading Videos .
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Using Applications
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Messaging
Sending Messages to
Contacts . . . . . . .
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Replying to a Message .
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Reading Unread Messages
Viewing Messages .
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Messaging Settings
Quickoffice
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Using the Message View .
Calendar .
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Using the Calendar
Calendar Views .
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Calendar Settings .
Alarm Clock
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Add More Alarms .
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Changing the Clock Display .
Hiding the Clock .
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Setting the Date & Time .
Calculator
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File Manager
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Viewing Stored Files
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Adding New Folders
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Sorting Files and Folders
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Deleting Files and Folders
Cut, Copy, and Paste
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Contents
Searching for Contents.
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Renaming Files or Folders
Compressing Files and
Folders . . . . . . . . .
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Decompressing Files and
Folders . . . . . . . . . .
Notes
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Adding Notes .
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Reading Notes
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Editing Notes .
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Deleting Notes
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Tasks .
Creating New Tasks
Editing Tasks
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Deleting Tasks
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World Clock .
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Viewing Clocks
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Adding Clocks
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Deleting Clocks .
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World Clock Settings .
Search .
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Using Search
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Selecting Search
Categories . . . .
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Advanced Search.
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Index Statistic
DM Service
Backup .
Backup Your Mobile Contacts,
Messages, and Settings . . . .
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Contents
Restore Your Mobile Contacts,
Messages, and Settings From the
Backup File . . . . . . . . . . . .
Managing Applications
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Uninstalling an Application .
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Clearing an Application
Data . . . . . . . . . . .
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Clearing an Application
Cache . . . . . . . . . .
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Stopping an Application
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PC Sync Tool
Installing PC Sync
Application . . . .
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Connecting the Smartphone
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Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197
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Before Using Your Smartphone
Safety Warnings
•
Observe restrictions on the use of radio
equipment in fuel depots, gas stations,
chemical plants, or where blasting
operations are in progress.
•
When driving a vehicle, you MUST exercise
proper control of the vehicle at all times.
Observe the following safety precautions
while driving:
Read the following safety warnings before using
your smartphone.
•
This equipment is intended for use with
power supplied from the provided battery
charger(s) and/or power supply unit(s). Other
usage will invalidate any certification given
to this product and may be dangerous.
•
Switch off your cell phone when in an
aircraft. Use of cell phone in an aircraft may
be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft,
could disrupt cellular networks, and may be
illegal. Failure to observe this warning may
lead to suspension or denial of cell phone
services to the offender, legal action, or both.
•
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Do not use a hand-held telephone or
microphone.
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While driving, find a safe place to stop
the vehicle before you use the phone.
–
Do not speak into a hands-free
microphone if it will distract you from
driving.
Do not use the cell phone or cell phone
equipment when you are at a refueling point
or gas station.
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Before Using Your Smartphone
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You MUST NOT stop on the hard
shoulder of a motorway to answer or
make a call, except in an emergency.
NOTE: In some areas where electric current
is known to fluctuate, it is recommended that
you connect the charger to an AVR (AC
Voltage Regulator) instead of connecting it
directly to a power outlet. Fluctuations in the
electric current may damage the charger
and/or the cell phone.
General Statement on RF Energy
Your cell phone has a transmitter and a receiver.
When the cell phone is on, it receives and transmits
radio frequency (RF) energy. When you
communicate using your phone, the system
handling your call controls the power level at which
your phone transmits RF energy.
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Proper Disposal
The symbol of the crossed out bin
indicates that the product
(electrical and electronic
equipment) should not be placed
in municipal waste. Please check
local regulations for disposal of
electronic products.
IEEE 1725
1
Do not disassemble/open, crush, bend/
deform, or puncture/shred the battery.
2
Do not attempt to modify/remanufacture, or
insert foreign objects into the battery.
3
Do not immerse or expose the battery to
water/other liquids, fire, explosion, or other
hazards.
4
Use the battery only with the device for
which it is specified.
Before Using Your Smartphone
5
Use the battery only with charging systems
that have been qualified with IEEE-Std-17252006 standard. Use of unqualified chargers
may present risk of fire, explosion, leakage,
or other hazards.
6
Do not short circuit the battery or allow
metallic conductive objects to contact
battery terminals.
FCC
7
Replace the battery only with another battery
that has been qualified with the IEEE-Std1725-2006 standard. Use of unqualified
batteries may present risk of fire, explosion,
leakage, or other hazards.
You are cautioned that changes or modifications
not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void your authority to operate the
equipment.
8
Promptly dispose of used batteries in
accordance with local regulations
9
Use of the battery by children should be
supervised.
10
Avoid dropping the phone or battery,
especially on hard surfaces. If you suspect
any damage to the phone or battery, take it to
a service center for inspection.
11
Improper use of the battery may result in fire,
explosion, or other hazards.
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To charge the battery by connecting to a
USB port, the phone should only be
connected to charging systems that have the
USB-IF logo or have completed the USB-IF
compliance program.
FCC Warning
Cautions
In August 1996 the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) of the United States with its
action in Report and Order FCC 96-326 adopted an
updated safety standard for human exposure to
radio frequency electromagnetic energy emitted by
FCC regulated transmitters. Those guidelines are
consistent with the safety standard previously set
by both U.S. and international standards bodies.
The design of this phone complies with the FCC
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Before Using Your Smartphone
guidelines and these international standards. Use
only the supplied or an approved antenna.
Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or
attachments could impair call quality, damage the
phone, or result in violation of FCC regulations. Do
not use the phone with a damaged antenna. If a
damaged antenna comes into contact with the skin,
a minor burn may result. Contact your local dealer
for a replacement antenna.
FCC ID: E2KV01B001
Body-worn operation
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and
This device was tested for typical body-worn
operations with the back of the phone kept 1.5 cm
away from the body. To maintain compliance with
FCC RF exposure requirements, use only belt-clips,
holsters or similar accessories that maintain a 2.0
cm separation distance between the user’s body
and the back of the phone, including the antenna.
The use of belt-clips, holsters and similar
accessories should not contain metallic
components in its assembly. The use of accessories
that do not satisfy these requirements may not
comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, and
should be avoided.
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SAR: 1.09 W/kg over 1 g
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.
Before Using Your Smartphone
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following
measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/
TV technician for help.
CAUTION: Do not use solvents, water, or
other liquids to clean your smartphone.
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Setting Up Your Smartphone
Congratulations on the purchase of your Dell™
Aero smartphone. This section provides information
about setting up your smartphone.
Setting Up the Phone for the
First Time
Smartphone Requirements
You must install the battery, SIM card, and charge
the battery before using your smartphone.
To use all of the smartphone features, you require:
• A wireless service plan with AT&T
• An Internet connection
• A computer with a USB 2.0 port
Activating Phone Service
You must activate phone service before using your
smartphone. To activate the phone service you
must:
• Sign up for a service plan with AT&T
• Register the smartphone with AT&T
If you purchased this smartphone from AT&T,
activation may have been done during the purchase.
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To set up your phone for the first time:
1
Open the cover
Press down with your right thumb on the Dell
logo then lift the cover from the bottom.
Setting Up Your Smartphone
2
Install the SIM card
a
c
Rotate the SIM card lock outwards.
Rotate the SIM card lock back into
place to lock the SIM card.
P
NOTE: The SIM card lock ensures
that the SIM card is held in place in
case of accidental drop.
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b
Hold the SIM card with the metal
contacts facing down and insert the
card into the SIM card holder.
NOTE: To ensure proper installation, align
the cut corners on the SIM card with that in
the SIM card slot.
3
Install the microSD card (if not installed)
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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Setting Up Your Smartphone
4
Install the battery
Align the metal contacts on the battery with
the contacts on the battery holder and insert
the battery.
6
Charge the battery
CAUTION: Do not use unapproved battery
chargers as they may damage your
smartphone and invalidate any warranties.
P
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R
S
NOTE: The battery requires at least one full
charging cycle to attain peak performance.
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5
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a
Using the Mini-USB to USB cable,
connect your smartphone to the power
adapter, and then plug the power
adapter into a power outlet.
b
Charge your smartphone for about 2
hours. Ensure that your smartphone is
fully charged by checking the charge
status indicator on the display.
Close the cover
Insert the tabs on the cover into the slots on
the phone and snap the cover in place.
Setting Up Your Smartphone
7
When charging is complete, press the power
key for 2 seconds to exit the charging mode.
Your smartphone is now ready to use.
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Dell™ Aero Smartphone Accessories
Your smartphone may include the following
accessories:
•
Mini-USB headset — Allows you to listen to
music or perform a phone conversation.
Callers hear you through the integrated
microphone. To use the headset, connect it
to the Mini-USB connector (see “Left View”
on page 25).
NOTE: If the headset is connected
during a call, there may be a slight
delay of 3 to 4 seconds before the
headset registers the ongoing call.
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•
Mini-USB to USB cable — Allows you to
connect your smartphone to a computer for
file transfers and data synchronization.
NOTE: The Mini-USB to USB cable is
also used to connect the power adapter
for charging the battery.
•
Power adapter — Use to charge the battery
(see “Charge the battery” on page 20).
Dell™ Aero Smartphone Accessories
•
Mini-USB to 3.5 mm headset adapter —
Allows you to connect a 3.5 mm headset to
your smartphone. To use the adapter,
connect one end of the adapter to the MiniUSB connector (see “Left View” on page 25)
and the other end to a 3.5 mm headset.
NOTE: If the headset/3.5 mm adapter is
connected during a call, there may be a
slight delay of 3 to 4 seconds before the
headset registers the ongoing call.
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Dell Aero Smartphone Features
Front View
1
Back View
2
3
3
1
2
4
1 Speaker — Use to listen to phone conversations.
1 Camera — Use to capture photos and videos.
2 Proximity sensor — Deactivates the display and
touch screen when the phone is brought near the
face during a call to save battery power and
prevent unintended phone behavior.
2 Cover — Covers the battery, SIM card, and
microSD card holder.
2 Touch screen — Displays phone images.
3 Microphone — Use for voice calls.
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3 Camera flash — Use to capture photos in dim
light.
Dell Aero Smartphone Features
Left View
1
2
MINI USB
3
1 Power/Lock key — Press (when the display is
active): locks or unlocks the display.
Press (when the display is in sleep mode): wakes
up the display.
Press and hold: Power On/Power Off /Airplane
mode.
2 Home/Back key — Press: navigate back one
screen at a time.
Press and hold: return to the Home screen.
3 Mini-USB Connector — Use to charge the phone,
connect to a computer or a headset.
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Dell Aero Smartphone Features
Right view
1
2
3
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1 Volume key — Press up to increase volume.
Press down to decrease volume.
In Camera mode, press to zoom in or out.
2 Options key — Press to open the Options menu.
Press and hold for 3 to 4 seconds to activate the
Voice Control function..
3 Camera key — Press and hold for 3 to 4 seconds
to launch the camera application.
In camera mode, half press to focus on the
image, full press to capture the image.
Dell Aero Smartphone Features
Headset
Your smartphone accepts many commands while
using your headset.
•
Answer a call — Press the Send/End key to
answer a call.
•
Reject a call — Press and hold the Send/End
key to reject the call.
•
Mute/Unmute a call — During a call, press
the Send/End key to mute or unmute the call.
•
Answer another call — Press the Send/End
key to answer another incoming call and put
the current call on hold.
•
End the second call — Press and Hold the
Send/End key to end the call and go the
original call.
•
Start or stop music playback — While
listening to music, press the Send/End key to
start or stop the music.
NOTE: Two short beeps sound to
confirm that you ended the second call.
•
Activate Voice Control — While the phone is
idle, press and hold the Send/End key to
activate the Voice Control feature.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Using the Touch Screen
This section provides information about using the
touch screen features.
•
2
3
1
Selection — To select an item or open an
application, touch the item or application
with your fingertip.
To go back to the previous screen, tap the
Home/Back button or press the Home/Back
key.
To go back to the Home screen, press and
hold the Home/Back key or drag the Home/
Back button to the right.
To perform additional actions in an
application, tap the Options menu button. You
may have to scroll up or down the menu to
see all the available actions.
1
Home/Back button
2
Options menu button
3 Title bar
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Basic Smartphone Functions
•
•
Options menu — The options menu appears
when you tap the Options menu button or
press the Options key. The options menu
displays the additional actions available in an
application.
Pop-up menu — The pop-up menu appears
when you tap and release the item on the
screen. It provides the options available for
the current selection. You may have to scroll
the pop-up menu to see all the available
options.
•
Title Bar — In certain applications, the Title
bar is highlighted as a button to allow you to
quickly complete a function within the
application, such as Add city or Call. The Title
bar changes depending on the application
you are in.
•
Search Bar — In applications with a Search
bar, tap the search bar to bring up the
QWERTY keyboard.
•
Navigate Between Fields — Use either the
up / down arrows or tap the field you wish to
utilize.
•
Touch screen gestures — The touch screen
converts your phone into an interactive
display.
Press and hold: Provides additional
functionality if available. For example, press
and hold a blank area on the display to
change wallpaper or add shortcuts, or press
and hold an Email account to edit the
account.
Zoom in: To zoom in the
current view, move two
fingers away from each
other at the section of the
screen where you want to
zoom in.
Zoom out: To zoom out in the
current view, move two
fingers closer together on
the screen where you want
to zoom out.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Drag Items: To move an
item on the screen, place
your finger and drag the
item to the desired
position.
Connection Manager
Use the Connection Manager to change ringtones
and sounds, view notifications, and enable/disable
Mobile Network, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth®.
1
Scroll up/down: To scroll
up or down in a list or
page on the screen, slide
your finger up/down on
the screen.
Tap and slide the status bar downwards to
open the Connection Manager.
1
Scroll right/left: To scroll
left or right in a menu or
back to the previous
menu, slide your finger
right/left on the screen.
1 Expand icon
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Basic Smartphone Functions
2
Tap the Expand icon to view the options
under Communication and Ringtones and
Sounds.
•
Communication — Tap Mobile Network
to turn on/off the cellular network
service. Tap Wi-Fi to turn on/off Wi-Fi.
Tap Bluetooth to turn on/off Bluetooth.
•
Ringtones and sounds — Tap an icon to
change the ringtone profile.
1
2
NOTE: To change the Ringtone
song, either tap the right arrow or
go to Settings > Ringtones and
sounds, and then select a new
song under the desired ringtone
profile.
•
1 Right arrow — Tap to view and edit the
associated settings.
Notifications — Displays notification
messages, such as missed calls,
Emails, messages, and others.
3
Tap the right arrow for additional options.
4
To view a notification, tap the alert.
2 Tap to edit the corresponding ringtone profile
settings. See “Ringtones and Sounds Settings”
on page 63.
5
Press the Home/Back key to close the
Connection Manager.
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If you are in a call or listening to music, pull down
the Connection Manager to get back to the active
phone call or song.
Status Bar
The status bar is located on the top of your phone
screen. Icons appear on the status bar to notify you
of a new message, upcoming calendar event, alarm
or other information important to you.
The following are the status icons that may appear
on your smartphone:
Icon
Information
New Email message
New SMS or MMS
New instant message
New voicemail
Alarm is set
GPS is enabled
GPS is connected
Sync
Sync error
Outgoing call
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Icon
Information
Icon
Information
Missed call
Battery is charging
Call forwarding is active
Network signal strength is full
Speakerphone is on
Network signal strength is half
Phone is on mute
No network signal
Silent mode
microSD card is installed
Vibrate mode
Flight mode
USB is connected
3G data connection is active
Bluetooth is connected
Wi-Fi connection in range
Bluetooth is enabled
Battery is fully charged
Battery charge level is 20%
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Main Panels
NOTE: Additional panels may be present on
your smartphone.
Your smartphone has four screen panels.
Home Screen Panel
1
2
3
1 Favorites bar — Appears on all screen panels.
2 Current screen panel indicator
3 Weather widget (see “Using the Weather
Widget” on page 35).
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•
Slide your finger to the left to view the next
screen panel.
•
Slide your finger to the right to view the
previous screen panel.
•
Tap the screen panel indicator to open the
screen shown below, then tap a screen
panel to view.
Basic Smartphone Functions
NOTE: The configuration and applications
available on you smartphone may vary.
Going Back to Home Screen
•
Slide the Home/Back button to the far right.
1
Your smartphone provides several ways to go back
to the home screen:
•
If viewing a screen panel, tap the screen
panel indicator, and then tap the Home icon
(as shown on the previous page).
•
Press and hold the Home/Back key for 3
seconds.
1 Home/Back button
Using the Weather Widget
The Weather widget automatically displays the
weather based on your location.
NOTE: Location services must be enabled to
use this feature. See “Location Settings” on
page 62.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
To manually set the location, do the following:
1
Tap the current city to open the Weather
settings screen.
2
Enter the name of the new city on the Search
bar.
3
On the QWERTY keyboard, tap the Search
icon.
4
Tap to select the city on the pop-up menu.
5
Tap Save.
1
1
2
2
1 Search bar
2 Search icon
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1 Tap to toggle Fahrenheit or Celsius display.
2 Tap to select interval of weather updates.
Basic Smartphone Functions
Customizing the Screen Panels
Changing the Wallpaper
1
From any of the screen panels, press the
Options key to display MyPanel pop-up
menu.
2
Tap Wallpaper.
3
Tap either of the following:
•
Pictures — To select the wallpaper
from pictures stored in the microSD
card.
•
Wallpaper gallery — To select the
wallpaper from the wallpaper gallery.
•
Wallpaper restore — To restore the
original wallpaper setting.
3
Tap the desired number of screen panels.
NOTE: Maximum number of screens
available is 10.
Adding More Screen Panels
1
From any of the screen panels, tap the
Options menu button to display MyPanel
pop-up menu.
2
Tap Screen panels.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Phone Display Panels
The Phone Display panels provide access to all the applications available on your smartphone. The following
are the applications available on your smartphone:
NOTE: The applications available on your smartphone may vary based on the model and configuration.
Application
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Description
Phone
Allows you to make calls using either the recent caller list, contacts list, or manually
using the numeric keypad.
Browser
Allows you to browse the Internet.
Messaging
Allows you to send and receive MMS and SMS text messages.
Email
Allows you to send and receive e-mail messages through the Internet.
Contacts
Allows you to view, search, add, change, or delete contacts.
Market
Allows you to download games and applications from the Android Market.
YouTube
Allows you to watch and upload videos to YouTube from your smartphone.
Calendar
Allows you to set alerts to remind you of events, appointments, and deadlines.
AT&T Music
Allows you identify songs from many sources, share tagged music with friends and
purchase songs from your smartphone.
AT&T Video
Allows you to watch Mobile Video and MobiTV on your smartphone.
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Application
Description
AT&T Navigator
Provides voice and on-screen driving directions on your smartphone.
AT&T Maps
Allows you to search for local businesses, point of interest, and addresses.
Camera
Allows you to capture pictures and videos.
Pictures
Allows you to view slideshow of pictures stored on the microSD card.
Videos
Allows you to watch videos.
Music
Provides a rich music experience with playlist management.
Facebook
Allows you to access Facebook on your smartphone.
Twitter
Allows you to access Twitter on your smartphone.
Google Talk
Allows you to connect and chat with friends.
AT&T Games
Allows you to play preset games on your smartphone.
Settings
Allows you to set up connections, networks, basic functions, and applications.
Alarm
Allows you to set up, add, or delete alarms.
World Clock
Allows you to view the time in cities around the world by enabling you to add clocks
of your favorite cities.
Help
Allows you to view the online help.
Voice Control
Allows you to access VSuite for voice commands.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Application
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Description
Video Editor
Allows you to edit video clips.
File Mgr
Allows you to use and manage the files on the microSD card.
Backup
Allows you to backup the data on your phone so you can restore the original data if
data is lost.
Calculator
Allows you to perform simple calculations.
Notes
Allows you to record notes.
Recorder
Allows you to record voice and store it in the microSD card.
Tasks
Time management program that allows you to add time, date, priority, and status to
your tasks.
Mobile Banking
Allows you to manage your bank account, transfer funds, pay bills, and perform other
banking transactions on your smartphone.
Quickoffice
Allows you to use Quickoffice to view Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and
PowerPoint presentations on your smartphone.
YPmobile
Allows you to find local businesses and get maps and driving directions on your
smartphone.
GPS
Allows you to use Where, AllSport GPS, and Google Maps.
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Application
Description
AT&T Hot Spots
Allows you to search for hot spot venues.
DM Service
Allows you to check and install software updates for your smartphone.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Moving Items on the Phone Display Panel
1
Tap and hold the item until the Delete icon
appears.
2
Tap and drag the item to its new location.
Removing Items on the Phone Display Panel
1
Tap and hold the item until the Delete icon
appears.
NOTE: If you want to cancel moving the
item, press the Back key.
Adding Items on the Phone Display Panel
1
Press the Options key to display the MyPanel
pop-up.
2
Tap Add.
1
1 Delete icon
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3
Tap the type of item to add: Applications,
Shortcuts, Native tools, or Remote widgets.
4
Tap an option to add the item.
2
Tap the Delete icon to delete the item.
Basic Smartphone Functions
Sleep Mode
Your smartphone may automatically enter sleep
mode after a period of inactivity. You can set the
period of inactivity after which the smartphone
enters into sleep mode using the phone settings
menu. When in sleep mode the display turns off,
and your smartphone consumes less battery power.
1
Activating Sleep Mode
Press the Power/Lock key once to activate sleep
mode.
Waking Up the Phone
1
Press the Power/Lock or the Home/Back key.
2
Tap and slide the lock panel to unlock.
1 Lock panel
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Phone Lock
When not on a call, you can lock your control
buttons and screen for security.
Locking the Phone
1
Tap the Settings icon, and then tap Security >
Phone Lock Settings > Phone lock.
2
Enter a 4-8 digit phone lock password.
The default password for phone lock is
“1234”. When setting the phone lock for the
first time, enter “1234”. To set a new
password, tap Security > Phone Lock
Settings > Change Password (see “Phone
Lock Setting” on page 92).
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3
Tap OK to save and exit to the previous
screen.
4
Tap Phone lock timeout.
5
Tap an option to automatically lock the phone
once the time interval has passed.
Basic Smartphone Functions
Unlocking the Phone
1
Tap the text field, and then enter a 4-8 digit
phone lock password.
2
Tap Unlock to unlock the phone.
Entering Text
When you start a program or select a field that
requires text or numbers, the input panel appears
automatically. You can start entering text using the
default input method. The phone’s predictive text
feature may automatically suggest words or
commonly used phrases as you enter text.
Activating the Keyboard
In applications that have a text field or a Search bar,
tap the text field or the Search field to bring up the
keyboard.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Using the Keyboard
•
To toggle between upper and lower case
letter entry, tap the Capitalize icon.
•
To enter all text in upper case letters, tap and
hold the Capitalize icon.
•
To enter numbers or symbols, tap the
Numbers or Symbols icon.
•
To swap keyboard input methods or edit
keyboard settings, tap and hold the Numbers
or Symbols icon.
1
2
4
3
5
1 Text field — Tap to activate the keyboard.
2 Capitalize icon
3 Numbers or symbols icon
4 Delete icon
5 Enter icon
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•
To delete a character, tap the Delete icon.
•
To go to the next field, tap the Enter icon.
NOTE: The Done icon appears in place
of the Enter icon if no succeeding text
field is available. Tap the Done icon to
close the keyboard.
Basic Smartphone Functions
Closing the Keyboard
Selecting an Input Method
To close the keyboard, quickly swipe your finger
from the top to the bottom of the keyboard.
Your phone supports input in multiple languages,
and provides the following input methods:
NOTE: Some keypads have a Done button.
Press the Done button to close the keypad.
•
QWERTY Keyboard
•
Phone Keypad
•
HandWriting
1
Tap a text field, such as in a note or new
contact, to open the input panel.
2
Tap and hold the Numbers or Symbols icon to
open the Input Method Settings screen.
1
1 Numbers or Symbols icon
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Basic Smartphone Functions
3
Tap the input method you prefer.
1
1 Numbers or Symbols icon
Selecting Input Languages
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1
Tap a text field, such as in a note or new
contact, to activate the keypad.
2
Tap and hold the Numbers or Symbols icon to
open the Input Method Settings screen.
3
Tap Keyboard Settings.
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4
Tap Optional Input Language to select the
input language.
Entering Text With QWERTY
To type text using the standard keyboard, you
should use the QWERTY input mode. As you type,
each letter appears above your thumb or finger. The
letter is not entered until you release your finger
from the key.
Switching to QWERTY Keyboard Mode
5
Tap the desired language.
6
Tap the Home/Back button to close the Input
Method Setting screen.
1
Tap a text field, such as in a note or new
contact, to open the input panel.
2
Tap and hold the ABC or 123 icon to select
QWERTY Keyboard as your input method.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
3
Tap the keys on the keyboard to enter text. As
you tap the keys, word suggestions appear in
the suggestion area. Tap a word to select it.
NOTE: If you begin a word and are interrupted
without finishing the word, when you return to
finish the word, predictive text picks up with
the new letters you begin typing rather than
the original word. For example, you begin to
type the word “Olympics” but only get “Oly”
typed. When you return to add “mpics”,
predictive text begins to predict words
beginning with “m”.
Entering Special Characters
1
2
1 Suggestion area
2 Numbers or Symbols icon — Tap to change the
input to numbers or symbols.
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Tapping and holding some letters, numbers or
symbols on the keyboard allows you to insert
special characters.
For example, tap and hold “n” to display other
options. To select, slide your finger to the desired
special character.
Basic Smartphone Functions
Or, tap and hold “$” to display other monetary
symbols.
Entering Numbers or Symbols
Tap the Numbers or Symbols icon to change the
input to numbers or symbols.
1
2
1 Tap to view more symbols.
2 ABC icon — Tap to change to alphabet keyboard.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Using HandWriting
3
Handwriting allows writing across the entire
screen.
1
Tap a text field, such as in a note or new
contact, to open the input panel.
2
Tap and hold the Switch Input Method icon
and select HandWriting as your input
method.
Use a stylus or your finger to write anywhere
on the screen.
The handwriting will be converted to text
shortly after you lift the stylus or your finger
from the screen.
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The suggestion area displays predicted
words. Tap a word to select it.
Basic Smartphone Functions
Using the Phone Keypad
1
2
In the Phone Keypad mode, you can text by typing
out letters similar to texting on a numeric keypad.
1
Tap a text field, such as in a note or new
contact, to open the input panel.
2
Tap and hold the Switch Input Method icon
and select Phone Keypad as your input
method.
3
Use a stylus or your finger to touch a key on
the keypad. Characters, numbers, or symbols
appear on the box.
1 Screen
2 Suggestion area
Continue touching the key to toggle different
characters, numbers, or symbols.
4
Tap the desired character, number or symbol
to insert it immediately.
5
If Auto completion is on (see page “Default
Input Method Setting” on page 63), as you
tap the keys, the smartphone matches the
characters you type with the words in the
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Basic Smartphone Functions
6
dictionary and displays predicted texts in the
suggestion area. Tap a word to complete the
entry.
Editing Text
Tap the Home/Back button to exit the input
panel.
To insert the cursor and make corrections, do one of
the following:
.
1
1 Suggestion area
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Inserting the Cursor
•
Tap to insert the cursor where you want to
make a correction.
•
Tap and hold the word to bring up the pop-up
bubble, then move the cursor left and right to
show you where you are within the text and
allow you to insert the cursor easily.
Basic Smartphone Functions
Selecting, Copying, or Cutting Text
right to accurately highlight the text you
want to copy or cut. Then tap and hold the
cursor to display the Edit text pop-up menu.
Select either Copy or Cut.
You can select text by either of the following:
•
•
Tap and hold in one place to display the Edit
text pop-up menu. Then select either Select
all, Select text (to select the current word),
Copy all, or Cut all.
Pasting Text
Text that has been cut or copied can be pasted
elsewhere.
1
Open the application where you want to
paste the text.
2
In any text field, tap and hold the text field to
display the Edit text pop-up menu.
3
Tap Paste.
Lightly swipe your finger over the word to
highlight the text. Move the pins to the left or
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Connecting to the Internet
Basic Smartphone Settings
Your phone connects to the Internet using a cellular
data network.
This section provides information about the basic
settings for your smartphone.
Selecting Cellular Data Networks
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings screen.
You can connect to the Internet through EDGE,
GPRS, 3G, HSDPA, or Wi-Fi networks. Check the
carrier’s network coverage in your area for
availability. Ensure that you get the appropriate
service plan for a desired network.
Display Settings
Display settings allow you to adjust the screen
brightness, screen timeout, and screen lock
settings.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Enabling Auto Brightness
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Display
settings to open the Display settings screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Display
settings to open the Display settings screen.
3
Ensure that Auto brightness is disabled.
4
Tap Brightness from the Display settings
screen to open the Brightness panel.
5
Use your finger or stylus to move the slider
left or right on the screen to adjust the
brightness.
1
1 Slider
3
Enable Auto brightness to activate auto
brightness.
6
Tap OK to save and exit the Brightness panel.
Setting Brightness Manually
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Setting Compatibility Mode
Certain Google Market Place applications may not
display correctly. Set the compatibility mode on
your smartphone to improve application viewing.
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Display
settings to open the Display settings screen.
3
Tap to select the Compatibility mode settings
box to change settings.
4
Tap Compatibility.
5
Tap either Center or Scale.
Setting Screen Timeout
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Display
settings to open the Display settings screen.
3
Tap Screen timeout to open the Screen
timeout panel.
4
Tap any of the available options to select the
idle time after which the screen turns off.
5
To exit the screen, tap Cancel.
Setting Font Size
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1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Display
settings to open the Display settings screen.
3
Tap Font settings to open the Font settings
panel.
4
Tap an option to set the font size.
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Date & Time Settings
4
Date and time settings allow you to set the date,
time, time zone, and formats.
Tap Set time zone to open the Set time zone
screen.
5
Slide your finger up or down on the screen to
view the entire list.
Setting the Date and Time Automatically By the
Network
6
Tap the time zone you desire to select.
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Date & time
settings to open the Date & time settings
screen.
3
Tap Automatic to set the date and time using
the network provided values.
Setting the Date and Time Automatically By Time
Zone
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Date & time
settings to open the Date & time settings
screen.
3
Tap the Automatic box to disable setting the
date and time by network.
The date and time are automatically set based on
the selected time zone.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Setting the Date Manually
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Setting the Time Manually
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Date & time
settings to open the Date & time settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Date & time
settings to open the Date & time settings
screen.
3
Tap the Automatic box to disable setting the
date and time by network.
3
Tap the Automatic box to disable setting the
date and time by network.
4
Tap Set date to open the Change date panel.
4
Tap Set time to open the Change time panel.
5
Slide your finger up or down on each field to
change the time.
6
Tap Save to save your changes and exit the
Change time panel.
5
Slide your finger up or down on each field to
change the Month, Day, and Year.
6
Tap Save to save your changes and exit the
Change date panel.
Basic Smartphone Functions
Setting the Time to 24-hour Time Format
Setting Date Format
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Date & time
settings to open the Date & time settings
screen.
2
In the Phone Basics section, tap Date & time
settings to open the Date & time settings
screen.
3
In the Set format section, tap Use 24-hour
format to display the time in 24-hour format.
3
Tap Select date format to open the Select
date format panel.
4
Tap the date format you prefer from the list.
5
Tap OK to save and exit the Select Date
Format panel.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
Location Settings
Language Settings
Location settings allow you to select the source the
smartphone will use to determine your location.
The language settings allow you to set the display
language and the input method.
Enabling Location Settings
Selecting the Display Language
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1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap My Location
to open the My Location screen.
2
3
In the My location sources, tap Enable GPS
satellites.
In the Phone basics section, tap Language
and input > Select Language to open the
Language screen.
3
Tap to select the language you prefer from
the list. The screen exits automatically after
your selection.
Basic Smartphone Functions
Default Input Method Setting
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
In the Phone basics section, tap Language
and input to open the Language screen.
3
Tap Default input method to open the Input
methods settings screen.
4
Select any of the following settings:
•
Recognize waiting — Slide the bar to
set the waiting time in seconds to
recognize handwriting.
•
ABC Input mode interval — Tap to
select the interval time (milliseconds)
between tapping keys.
Ringtones and Sounds Settings
Ringtones and Sounds settings allow you to change
or create a ringtone profile, select a profile to use,
and edit an existing profile.
•
Vibrate on — Tap to turn on vibrate
when a key is pressed.
•
Auto Completion on — Tap to enable
auto complete.
•
AutoCaps on — Tap to enable auto
caps function.
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
•
Optional Input language — Tap to
select the first input language.
2
•
Pen color — Tap to select the pen color
for handwriting input method.
Tap Ringtones and sounds to open the
Ringtones and sounds settings. The check
mark appears beside the selected ringtone
•
Pen width — Tap to select the pen
width for handwriting input method.
Selecting a Profile
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Basic Smartphone Functions
profile. The available profiles include Ring,
Vibrate, Silent, Ring and vibrate, and
Airplane.
4
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Select to activate the ringtone profile.
1
NOTE: You can also select the ringtone
profile using the Connection Manager.
2
.
1 Options menu button
2 Options menu
3
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Tap the ringtone profile you want to select.
The Ringtone profile screen is displayed.
Basic Smartphone Functions
Changing Ringtones and Alerts
1
Tap the Settings icon to open the Settings
screen.
2
Tap Ringtones and sounds to open the
Ringtones and sounds settings.
3
Edit the individual settings by tapping the
options on the screen.
•
Alert Style — Tap Ring, Vibrate, or Ring
and Vibrate on the panel to change the
alert style and tap OK to exit.
NOTE: You can only change the alert
style in Ring and vibrate mode or a
custom ringtone profile that you
created.
•
Audible selection — Select this option
to play sound when tapping the screen.
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Basic Smartphone Functions
•
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Volume — Slide your finger right/left on
the screen to increase/decrease the
volume and tap OK to exit.
•
Ringtone — Tap Ringtone or a specific
alert from the Ringtone Profile Settings
screen to open the Ringtones screen.
Tap to select the ringtone you prefer,
and then tap OK to exit.
•
Message alert — Tap this option to set
the message alert tone.
•
Email alert — Tap this option to set the
Email alert tone.
Basic Smartphone Functions
4
•
Calendar alert — Tap this option to set
the calendar alert tone.
•
Alarm alert — Tap this option to set the
alarm alert tone.
•
Reminder alert — Tap this option to set
the reminder alert tone.
Tap Save to save settings and close the
screen.
Online Help
Tap the Help icon to view the online help manual for
additional information.
NOTE: You may also access online help and
additional information on Dell Aero at
support.Dell.com/Aero.
Wizard Settings
The wizard provides visual tutorial on setting up and
using your smartphone.
1
Tap the Settings icon.
2
In the Applications section, tap Wizard.
3
Follow the instructions on the screen.
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Using the Smartphone
You can make calls using your smartphone by either
tapping a number in your contacts list or recent
caller list. You can also dial a number manually
using the Phone icon that appears on the screen.
Making a Call
You can make calls using either the on-screen
dialer, Contacts, Call log, Favorites, or Voice Control.
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Dialing a Number Using the On-Screen Dialer
1
Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone
screen.
Using the Smartphone
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3
1
4
5
6
2
Tap the on-screen dial pad to enter a number.
Use the Backspace icon to make
corrections.
As you dial the numbers, the phone will auto-match
the numbers already stored in your Contacts list.
Both the number you are dialing and the potential
matches are displayed. If you see a match, you can
tap it to make the call.
If no matching result is found, finish dialing the
number and then tap the Call tab to dial the number
you entered.
1
Home/Back button
2 Call tab
3 Options menu button
4
Backspace icon
5 Matching numbers from Contacts
6 On-screen dial pad
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Using the Smartphone
You can switch out of the In call screen by tapping
the Home/Back button to continue using other
features on the phone.
The Ongoing call icon will be displayed in the status
bar during your phone call.
Ending a Call
Tap the End call tab to end the phone call.
1
NOTE: Making a new phone call before ending
the current call places the current call on hold.
1
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Ongoing call icon
Using the Smartphone
Redialing the Last Called Number
Dialing a Number Using the Call Log
Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone
screen.
1
Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone
screen.
2
Tap Redial to display the last called number.
2
3
Tap Call.
Tap the Call log icon to open the Call log
screen.
1
1
1
Call log icon
3
Tap a contact from the log.
4
Tap Call.
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Using the Smartphone
Dialing a Number Using Your Contacts
1
Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone
screen.
2
Tap the Contacts icon to open the Contacts
list.
3
Scroll through the list and tap the Call icon to
the right of the contact to place a call.
1
1
1 Call icon
1
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Contacts icon
NOTE: When scrolling through the
Contacts list, be sure to scroll through
the middle of the list and not the far right
to avoid accidentally calling someone
that you do not intend to call.
Using the Smartphone
Answering or Rejecting
an Incoming Call
Dialing a Number Using Your Favorites
1
Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone
screen.
2
Tap the Favorites icon to open the Favorites
screen.
To answer a call, tap and drag the slider to Answer.
To reject a call, drag the slider to Decline.
1
1
1
Favorites icon
3
Tap a contact from the list.
4
Tap Call.
1 Slider
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Using the Smartphone
Accessing the Call Log
1
Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone
screen.
2
Tap the Call log icon to open the call log
screen.
The call log lists all incoming, outgoing, and
missed calls.
1
2
1
1
Call log icon
1 Call log tab
All
Missed
Received
Dialed
Failed
2 Received/Dialed/Missed calls icon
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Using the Smartphone
To sort the call list, tap the Call log tab, then select
sorting view.
•
Tap Call to call the contact.
•
To delete a contact from the Call log list, change the
category, or view call time, tap the Options menu
button.
Tap View contact to view the contact
details.
•
Tap Edit and call to edit contact details
then call the contact.
Using the Call Log
•
Tap Send message to send a message
to the contact.
•
Tap Send contact to send the selected
contact’s information to another
contact.
•
Tap Remove from call log to remove the
contact from the call log list.
1
Tap and hold a contact to open the pop-up
menu.
1
1 Pop-up menu
2
Perform any of the options below as
required:
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Using the Smartphone
Contacts
3
Adding New Contacts
1
Tap the Contacts icon.
2
Tap Add Contact.
1
2
3
Enter the contact information. Continue
adding data to the remaining fields by
tapping on the next field you would like to
edit.
NOTE: To close the keypad, swipe your
finger from the top to the bottom of the
keypad. See “Closing the Keyboard” on
page 47.
Tap the Add icon to add an icon for the
contact.
Tap the Add Field tab on the bottom of the
screen to add more information.
1 Add Contact tab
2 Please input name field — To search a contact,
enter the contact’s name here.
3 Call icon — Tap to call Contact
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Using the Smartphone
Tap the Delete icon to delete a field.
1
2
Adding a Contact to Favorites
1
In the Contacts screen, tap a contact to open
the Edit Contact screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Add to
Favorites.
Synchronizing with Facebook Contacts
You can manually sync your Facebook contacts to
your smartphone Contacts.
NOTE: You must enable the Synchronize
address book setting in Facebook before you
can sync to your Contacts (see “Account
Settings” on page 111).
3
1 Save tab
2 Delete icon
1
Tap the Contacts icon to open the Contacts
screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Sync
with Facebook.
3 Add Field tab
4
Tap the Save tab to save your contact
information and exit. Tap the Home/Back
button to exit without saving.
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Using the Smartphone
Call Settings
2
The following options are available from the Call
settings screen:
•
Tap any of the available options to enter the
sub menu.
1
2
Fixed Dial Number list
•
Call barring
•
Call forwarding
•
Other basic settings
•
My SIM number
•
Dialing prefix number
•
Speed dial
•
Voice mail
•
In-call timer
•
TTY settings
Editing Call Settings
1
Open the Settings > Call settings screen.
1 Settings screen
2 Call settings screen
3
To exit the screen tap the Home/Back button.
See the following sections for more information on
each Call setting option.
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Using the Smartphone
Fixed Dial Number (FDN) List
3
Tap Manage FDN list. If you have numbers on
your SIM card you will be able to select
them. If not, you will be able to add contacts
or numbers to your list.
4
To add new numbers, tap Add. Type the name
and number of the contact and then tap
Save. Your FDN list now includes the newly
added contact.
The FDN list allows you to restrict outgoing calls
from your phone to a preset list of numbers. To
enable this feature, you must know the SIM PIN2
code for your phone. You can obtain this number
from your cellular operator, provided this feature is
supported.
Managing the FDN list
1
In the Call settings screen, tap Fixed dialing
number.
2
Type in your PIN2 number to enable this the
FDN feature.
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Using the Smartphone
5
Continue adding numbers until you have all
the contacts you wish to include on the FDN
list.
You may also edit or delete contacts at any
time.
6
To disable FDN functionality, tap the FDN
Enabled option again.
Call Barring
The call barring screen allows you to restrict
outgoing or incoming calls from a specific number
or contact.
To enable or disable the call barring functions, tap
the option on the Call barring screen that you want
like to set up.
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To exit the Call barring screen, tap the Home/Back
button.
Using the Smartphone
Call Forwarding
The Call forwarding option allows you to forward
your calls directly to voicemail or to other numbers.
The following are the available call forwarding
options:
•
Always forward — Select to enable this
feature and specify a forwarding number.
When this feature is enabled, the Forward
when busy, Forward when unanswered,
Forward when unreachable are disabled.
•
Forward when busy — Select to enable this
feature. When enabled, incoming calls are
forwarded to a voicemail when you are on a
call.
•
Forward when unanswered — Select to
enable this feature. When enabled, incoming
calls are forwarded to a voicemail when
unanswered.
•
Forward when unreachable — Select to
enable this feature. When enabled, calls are
forwarded to a voicemail if an incoming call
cannot connect.
To exit the Call forwarding screen, tap the Home/
Back button.
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Using the Smartphone
Other Basic Call Settings
The following are the available options:
•
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Caller number — Select to change the caller
number settings. Options are:
•
Network default — Tap to use the
default network setting.
•
Hide number — Tap to hide your
number to your call recipients. Your call
recipients will see your number as an
unknown number.
•
Show number — Tap to show your
number to your call recipients. Your
phone number and Caller number
picture will appear on your call
recipient’s phone provided the call
recipient’s phone supports this feature.
Using the Smartphone
•
Call waiting — Enable Call waiting to display
incoming calls when you are on a call.
Disable to ignore incoming calls when you
are already on a call.
Dialing Prefix Number
The Dialing Prefix Number option allows you to set
up to two prefix numbers when making calls.
NOTE: When call waiting is set to ignore
incoming calls, routing of the ignored call
is determined by your Call forwarding
settings.
•
Auto answer — Select to answer incoming
calls automatically without performing any
action.
•
Auto redial — Select to auto redial a call that
failed the first time.
To exit this screen, tap the Home/Back button.
My SIM number
The My SIM number option allows you to view the
SIM name and number.
1
Tap to enable the Dialing prefix number box.
2
Enter a prefix number. Tap the next text field
to enter another prefix number.
3
To save settings, tap the Options menu
button, then tap Save.
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Using the Smartphone
Speed Dial
Setting Up Speed Dialing
The speed dialing option allows you to set up your
most frequently used numbers for quick dialing.
Tap the Add icon to add a name from Contacts or
tap a number icon to enter the phone number
directly.
Using Speed Dialing
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1 Add icon
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Tap the Phone icon, and then tap and hold the
Speed dial number. For example, tap and hold 1 to
call Speed dial #1.
To exit this screen, tap the Home/Back button.
Using the Smartphone
Voicemail
Setting the In-Call Timer
Your Voicemail number is set by your cellular
operator and is stored on your SIM card. Use the
Voicemail option to view your voicemail number.
The in-call timer allows you to monitor the duration
of your calls. You can set the timer to 30, 60, 90, or
120 seconds. You will hear a tone at the interval set.
You can also use this option to enable or disable the
in-call timer function.
1
Tap Settings > Call Settings > Voice mail.
2
When you have completed using the
voicemail option, tap OK to save and exit the
screen.
1
Tap Settings > Call Settings > In-call timer.
2
Tap the appropriate in-call timer option from
the list.
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Using the Smartphone
TTY Settings
Use the TTY settings to set TTY.
1
Tap Settings > Call Settings > TTY Settings.
2
Tap the appropriate TTY option from the list.
Managing Bluetooth Connections
Bluetooth® is a short-range wireless
communication technology. Using Bluetooth
technology, devices within a 10 meter range can
exchange information without requiring a physical
connection.
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Turning On Bluetooth
1
Tap and slide the status bar downwards to
open the Connection Manager.
2
If Bluetooth is not turned on, tap it to enable
Bluetooth connections.
Using the Smartphone
Changing Bluetooth Settings
1
Tap and slide the status bar downwards to
open the Connection Manager.
2
Tap the Bluetooth right arrow to display the
Bluetooth settings screen.
•
Device name — Tap to change the
name of your smartphone. This is the
name that appears on other Bluetooth
devices.
•
Scan for devices — Tap to scan for
Bluetooth devices.
Pairing With Bluetooth Devices
1
Tap and slide the status bar downwards to
open the Connection Manager.
Ensure that Bluetooth is enabled on your
smartphone before you begin to pair with
another device.
•
Discoverable — Enable Discoverable
to make your smartphone discoverable
to other Bluetooth devices in 120
seconds.
2
Tap the Bluetooth right arrow to display the
Bluetooth settings screen.
3
Select a Bluetooth device listed in Bluetooth
devices screen to initiate a connection.
4
You might be prompted to enter a passkey to
authenticate. Enter the same passkey on
both devices, or enter the specific passkey
provided by the device manufacturer.
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Using the Smartphone
Managing Wi-Fi Connections
Wi-Fi or wireless fidelity is a network that allows
Internet connection within 100 meters of a wireless
access point.
Turning On Wi-Fi
1
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Tap and slide the status bar downwards to
open the Connection Manager.
2
If Wi-Fi disabled, tap it to enable Wi-Fi
connections.
Using the Smartphone
Changing Wi-Fi Settings
Adding a Wi-Fi Network
1
Tap and slide the status bar downwards to
open the Connection Manager.
1
Tap and slide the status bar downwards to
open the Connection Manager.
2
Tap the Wi-Fi right arrow to display the Wi-Fi
settings screen to set up and manage
wireless access points.
2
Tap the Wi-Fi right arrow to display the Wi-Fi
settings screen.
3
3
Tap Network notification to display or sound
an alert when a network is available.
Tap Add a Wi-Fi network to search and add
an new network manually.
4
Enter the network SSID, Type, Security, and
other security settings.
NOTE: The above screen may vary based
on the selected Security setting.
5
Tap Save to add the Wi-Fi network.
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Using the Smartphone
Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network
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Mobile Networks
The Mobile Networks settings enable you to set
options for roaming and networks.
1
Tap and slide the status bar downwards to
open the Connection Manager.
2
Tap the Wi-Fi right arrow to display the Wi-Fi
settings screen.
1
Tap and slide the status bar downwards to
open the Connection Manager.
3
Tap an available network on the list.
2
4
When prompted, enter the security
password.
Tap the Mobile Network right arrow to
display the Mobile Networks settings screen.
5
Tap Connect.
Using the Smartphone
Configuring Mobile Networks
•
Current Network — Select this setting to
view your current network.
•
Operator selection — Use this setting to
select a network operator.
•
Preferred networks — Select this setting to
set network preferences.
•
Search mode — Select this setting to set the
search mode to manual or auto.
•
Network mode — Select this setting to set
the preferred network mode.
Security Options
SIM Lock Settings
In the Settings screen, tap Security > SIM lock
settings to enable the SIM card lock and change
your pin code.
•
Lock SIM — Select to lock your SIM card.
•
Change PIN — Select this setting to change
your SIM card’s PIN code.
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Using the Smartphone
Phone Lock Setting
•
Phone lock — Select to set the phone lock.
In the Settings menu, tap Security > Phone lock
settings to open Phone Lock Setting and set the
Phone lock and change your password.
•
Change password — Select this setting to
change the password for your phone. The
default password is “1234”.
NOTE: The phone lock feature may not be
available on your smartphone.
Change PIN2
In the Settings menu, tap Security > Change PIN2 to
change the PIN2 code.
Change Call Barring Password
In the Settings menu, tap Security > Change call
barring password to change the call barring
password.
Change Factory Password
In the Settings menu, tap Security > Change factory
password to change the factory password.
Restore Factory Password
In the Settings menu, tap Security > Restore factory
password to restore the factory password.
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Using the Smartphone
Resetting the Smartphone
Master Reset
You can reset your smartphone to the factory
default settings.
Select this option to reset all user settings to the
factory default settings. However, all data stored on
your smartphone, such as Contacts, are not
deleted.
Master Clear
Select this option to reset all user settings to the
factory default settings and delete all data stored
on your smartphone, such as calendar events,
tasks, and contacts, including contents that you
have downloaded, such as applications,
wallpapers, and ringtones.
1
In the Settings menu, tap Master clear &
reset > Master clear.
2
Enter the master clear password. The default
password is “1234”.
3
Tap OK to reset the smartphone.
1
In the Settings menu, tap Master clear &
reset > Master reset.
2
Enter the master reset password. The default
password is “1234”.
3
Tap OK to reset the smartphone.
Storage Information
Managing SD Card and Phone Storage
In the Settings menu, tap Storage Information to
view storage information such as Total space,
Available space on your smartphone and SD card.
To safely remove your SD card, tap Safely remove
storage card.
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Using the Smartphone
To delete applications and clear user data, tap
Manage storage.
Using Voice Command
1
Open Voice Control application by one of the
following methods:
•
Tap the Voice Control icon.
•
Press and hold the Options key.
2
When the application prompts you to speak
an available command from the menu, such
as Call (number or contact name) or Check
battery, say the command in normal
conversation tone and speed.
3
If the application recognizes the command
you said, it may prompt you for a
confirmation, select Yes or No.
NOTE: To view the tutorial, press the
Options key, and then tap Tutorial at the
bottom of the screen.
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Using the Smartphone
Configuring Voice Command
1
Open Voice Control application by one of the
following methods:
•
Tap the Voice Control icon.
•
Press and hold the Options key.
2
Press the Options key.
3
Tap Settings at the bottom of the screen.
4
Tap any of the following:
•
Confirmation — Allows you to control
whether the system should ask you to
confirm a name or number.
•
Adaptation — Allows you to improve
voice recognition of primary user. You
will be prompted to speak several
commands for the system to record
which will improve voice recognition of
user.
•
Audio Modes — Allows you to set the
level of audio assistance.
•
Shortcuts — Allows you to select what
shortcuts are activated with the Go To
command.
•
Dialing Region — Allows you to select
the region that you are dialing from.
•
About — Allows you to view the
software version.
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Using Internet Features
Internet Browser
On the Favorites bar, tap the Browser icon to open
the Browser screen.
Viewing Web Pages
Open the Browser screen and tap the Web
address tab to open the web address screen.
1
1
1 Web address tab
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Using Internet Features
2
Tap the current web address to bring you to
the search screen.
3
Select a web address from the list or tap the
Search on Internet field to enter the web
address manually.
4
Possible matches appear on a list of links as
you enter the web address. Select a match
or continue entering the web address.
5
Tap the Go icon to follow the link to the
selected address.
1
2
1 Search on Internet field
2 Go icon
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Using Internet Features
Navigating Web Pages
To zoom in, pinch the section of the screen where
you want to zoom in (see “Touch screen gesture”
on page 29).
To zoom out, expand your fingers at the section of
the screen where you want to zoom out (see “Touch
screen gesture” on page 29).
Slide your finger across the screen to display the
Page Bar.
Tap the Previous Page icon to view the previous
web page.
Tap the Next Page icon to view the next web page.
5
Tap the Browser Overview icon to add a new
window and manage opened web pages.
Tap the Save Page icon to bookmark the page.
1
3
1
Previous Page icon
4
2
Next Page icon
3
Browser Overview icon
4
Save Page icon
5 Page Bar
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Using Internet Features
Browser Overview
1 Opens a new window
Browser overview allows you to open and manage
multiple web pages.
1
1
2 Opened web page window
3 Close icon
Tap New window to open a new web page.
2
2
Tap a window to view the opened web page.
3
Tap the Close icon to close opened pages.
4
For more options, tap the Options menu
button, and then tap any of the following:
•
New window — To open a new
window.
•
Bookmarks — To view saved
bookmarks.
•
History — To view the history of visited
web pages.
3
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Using Internet Features
Bookmarks
You can store your favorite web pages as
bookmarks in your phone browser.
Viewing Bookmarks
1
Open the Browser screen and tap the
Options menu button.
2
Tap Bookmarks on the options menu to open
the available bookmarks.
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Adding Bookmarks
1
Open the Browser screen and tap the
Options menu button to open the options
menu.
2
Tap Bookmarks on the options menu to open
the Bookmarks screen.
3
Tap Add new to open the Bookmark link
screen.
Using Internet Features
Enter a name and web address in the
appropriate fields.
4
1
5
Tap Save to save and exit the screen.
NOTE: You can also save bookmarks
using the Save page icon on page
“Navigating Web Pages” on page 98.
2
1 Name field
2 Location field
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Using Internet Features
Browser Options
•
Tap the Options menu button to access the
following browser options:
Refresh — Tap this option to refresh the web
page.
•
Windows — Tap this option to open a new
window.
•
Home page — Tap this option to go to the
home page.
•
Bookmarks — Tap this option to view a
saved bookmark.
•
History — Tap this option to view the web
pages you visited recently.
•
Copy text — Tap this option to use the copy
and paste function.
•
Downloads — Tap this option to view the
history of your downloads.
•
Settings — Tap this option to change
browser settings (see “Browser Settings” on
page 103).
•
More actions — Tap this option to set a web
page as your home page, view page info,
share a page, toggle to full screen view,
toggle orientation, and to use the find option
on page.
1
1 Options menu button
•
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Go to — Tap this option to enter a web
address to a web page that you want to visit.
Using Internet Features
•
Exit — Tap to close the Browser screen.
•
Browser Settings
Enable JavaScript — Enable this setting to
enable JavaScript.
•
To change Browser settings, from the Browser
screen, tap the Options menu button and select
Settings.
Set home page — Select this setting to set
your home page.
•
Set preloaded home page — Select this
setting to set the preloaded home page.
•
Search Portal — Select this setting to set the
default search engine to use.
•
Data connection — Select this setting to set
the data network to which you want to
connect.
•
Clear cache — Select this setting to delete
all cached page contents.
•
Clear history — Select this setting to clear
the browser navigation history.
•
Accept cookies — Enable this setting to
allow sites to save and read “cookie” data.
•
Clear all cookie data — Select this setting to
delete all browser cookies.
•
Remember form data — Enable this setting
to save the data you typed in forms for later
use.
NOTE: To change the Browser settings, you
must be on the Browser's home page.
NOTE: The Internet service provider options
are dependent on your network operator. The
options you see may vary depending on the
options provided by your network operator.
The following are the available Browser settings:
•
Set text size — Select this setting to set the
size of the text displayed on web pages.
•
Set text encoding — Select this setting to set
the character encoding type.
•
Block pop-up windows — Enable this setting
to prevent pop-up windows from appearing.
•
Load images — Enable this setting to display
images on web pages.
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Using Internet Features
•
Clear form data — Select this setting to
delete all saved form data.
•
Remember passwords — Enable this setting
to save usernames and passwords for
websites.
•
•
•
Clear passwords — Select this setting to
delete all saved passwords.
Show security warning — Enable this setting
to show security warnings if there is a
problem with a website.
Twitter
Twitter comes preinstalled on your smartphone.
Logging In to Twitter
1
Tap the Twitter icon.
2
Enter the Username or Email and the
Password.
3
Tap Sign in.
NOTE: To create a new account, tap Create an
account, and then follow the instruction on the
screen.
Restore to default — Select this setting to
clear all browser data and reset all settings
to factory default.
Using Twitter
Updating Tweets
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1
Tap the Twitter icon.
2
Login to Twitter (see “Logging In to Twitter“
on the right).
3
To update Tweet, type in the What’s
happening? field, and then tap Update.
Using Internet Features
Viewing Messages
1
Tap the Twitter icon.
2
Login to Twitter (see “Logging In to Twitter”
on page 104).
3
Press the Options key, and then tap
Messages.
4
Personal emails from those you are
connected to are displayed on the screen.
To refresh, press the Options key, and then
tap Refresh.
To send a message, press the Options key,
and then tap New message.
To delete a message, press the Options key,
and then tap Delete message.
Viewing the Trends
1
Tap the Twitter icon.
2
Login to Twitter (see “Logging In to Twitter”
on page 104).
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Trends.
4
The top 10 tweets are displayed on the
screen. Tap a tweet to view tweets.
Following Tweets
1
Tap the Twitter icon.
2
Login to Twitter (see “Logging In to Twitter”
on page 104).
3
Press the Options key, and then tap My
account to display your Profile screen.
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4
5
To view the people who you are following,
tap the right arrow of following. To view the
people who are following you, tap the right
arrow of followers.
Tap the name of the person to view more
information.
Adding Favorite Tweets
1
Tap the Twitter icon.
2
Login to Twitter (see “Logging In to Twitter”
on page 104).
3
Press the Options key, and then tap
Favorites.
4
The screen displays the tweets you have
tagged.
5
Tap the tweet you want to add as favorites.
6
Press the Options key, and then tap Add to
Favorites.
Searching Tweets
1
Tap the Twitter icon.
2
Login to Twitter (see “Logging In to Twitter”
on page 104).
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3
Press the Options key, and then tap Search.
4
Enter the keywords to search on the Search
bar, and then tap the Search icon.
Uploading Photos to Twitter
1
Tap the Twitter icon.
2
Login to Twitter (see “Logging In to Twitter”
on page 104).
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Upload
photo.
4
Enter the subject of the photo to upload on
the text field.
5
Press the Options key, and then tap one of
the following:
•
Select photo — To select a photo
stored in the microSD card.
•
Capture photo — To capture a photo
using your phone’s camera.
Using Internet Features
Facebook
Facebook, a social networking site, comes
preinstalled on your smartphone.
Logging In to Facebook
1
Tap the Facebook icon.
2
Enter the Email and the Password.
3
Tap Login to start using Facebook.
NOTE: To create a new account, tap Sign Up,
and then follow the instruction on the screen.
Using Facebook
1
Tap the Facebook icon.
NOTE: You must sign in to Facebook
before you access your account (see
“Logging In to Facebook” on page 107).
2
Tap an icon to access the function.
Updating Your Status
1
Tap the Facebook icon to open the Facebook
screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Status
update.
3
Tap the What’s on your mind? field, and then
enter your thoughts.
4
Tap Share.
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Finding Friends
1
Tap the Facebook icon to open the Facebook
screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Find
friends.
3
Enter the Email, Phone Number, or User
Name of the friend you want to find.
4
Tap Find friends.
Writing on Friends’ Wall
1
Tap the Facebook icon to open the Facebook
screen.
2
Tap Friends.
3
Enter the name of your friend or scroll down
the screen to find your friend, then tap your
friend to open his/her profile screen.
4
Tap the Write something here field, then
enter the message you want to write on your
friend’s wall.
5
Tap Share.
Sending Messages to Friends
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1
Tap the Facebook icon to open the Facebook
screen.
2
Tap Friends.
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3
Enter the name of your friend or scroll down
the screen to find your friend, then tap your
friend to open his/her profile screen.
4
Press the Options key, and then tap Send a
Message.
5
Enter your message.
3
Viewing Messages
1
Tap the Facebook icon to open the Facebook
screen.
2
Tap Inbox.
Tap either one of the following tabs to display
messages:
•
Messages — To view messages
received from friends. Tap the message
to reply.
•
Sent — To view messages you sent to
friends.
•
Updates — To view special messages
from various pages.
Viewing Requests
1
Tap the Facebook icon to open the Facebook
screen.
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2
Tap Requests.
3
Tap the request category to view.
Viewing Events
1
Tap the Facebook icon to open the Facebook
screen.
2
Tap Events to display upcoming and past
events.
3
To accept or decline an event, tap the event.
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4
Tap Change to modify your response.
5
Tap one of the following options: Attending,
Maybe Attending, or Not Attending.
6
Tap OK.
Managing Photos
1
Tap the Facebook icon to open the Facebook
screen.
Using Internet Features
2
Tap Photos.
To set the photo as wallpaper, tap the Set As icon.
3
Tap the photo album that you want to view.
4
Tap a photo to enlarge the view.
To write a caption for the photo, tap the Caption
icon.
To upload photos from your smartphone to
Facebook, see “Sharing Pictures” on page 136.
1
2
3
Account Settings
On the Facebook screen, press the Options key, and
then tap Settings. The following are the available
settings:
General Settings
•
Notifications — Tap to turn on/off
notifications. When turned off, the individual
Notification settings are disabled.
•
Refresh interval — Tap to select the refresh
interval option.
1 Share icon
2 Set As icon
3 Caption icon
Notification settings
•
Messages — Tap to turn on/off notification
when new messages are received.
To share the photo, tap the Share icon.
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•
Pokes — Tap to turn on/off notification when
a friend pokes you.
•
Friend requests — Tap to turn on/off
notification when somebody asks permission
to add you as friend.
•
Event invites — Tap to turn on/off notification
when a friend invites you to an event.
•
Group invites — Tap to turn on/off
notification when a friend invites you to join a
group.
Advance Settings
•
Reset — Tap to clear all data and reset to
restore the default settings.
•
Clear cached images — Tap to clear all
cached images.
•
Synchronize address book — Tap to turn on
automatic synchronization of Facebook
Contacts to your phone’s Contacts.
NOTE: If Synchronize address book is
turned on, you can also manually sync
Facebook Contacts to your phone’s
Contacts (see “Synchronizing with
Facebook Contacts” on page 77).
•
Always show sync dialog — Tap to turn on/
off prompt that asks you whether to allow
sync to occur.
•
Clear Facebook contact — Tap to remove all
synchronized Facebook contact information
from your phone’s Contacts.
•
View display settings — To set the day/hour
interval to check for updates.
Facebook Sync Settings
Tap to turn on/off synchronization of individual
items, such as: profile picture, email address,
birthday, phone number, and birthday event.
Help
Tap Help Tips to view the help information.
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Other Settings
•
Camera capture photo size — Tap to
compress pictures.
•
Security: use https — Tap to enable/disable
access to https sites.
•
Enable Facebook service — Tap to enable/
disable other applications to use Facebook
or leave Facebook permanently connected.
NOTE: If Enable Facebook service is
turned on, you do not have to log into
Facebook each time you access the
application.
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Using Email Features
You can choose between Email applications to
manage your Email. Your smartphone allows you to
check Email from your corporate Exchange server,
from your POP/IMAP accounts with your ISP
(Internet service provider), and from Internet mail
accounts such as AOL, Gmail, Yahoo!, and others.
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Adding an Email Account
Adding an Internet Email Account
1
Tap the Email icon to open the Email account
screen.
2
Enter the Email Address, Password, and
From Name.
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3
Tap Next to verify your account.
4
In the Advanced Settings screen, tap Save to
save your account.
.
Adding an Exchange Server Account
You can wirelessly synchronize Email, contacts,
appointments, and other information on your
smartphone with Microsoft® Exchange Server.
To wirelessly synchronize your smartphone with an
Exchange server, you must set up an Exchange
server account.
1
Tap the Email icon to open the Email account
screen.
2
Enter the Email Address, Password, and
From Name.
3
4
Tap Exchange.
5
Enter the Sync Server Address and Domain.
Enable/Disable Use https.
6
Tap Next to establish a connection.
Tap Next.
During account verification, if the email
address is not one of the standard POP3/
IMAP accounts, the Manual setup screen
appears.
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Adding More Email Accounts
1
Tap the Email icon to open the Email account
screen.
2
Tap the Add Account tab.
1
(see “Adding an Internet Email Account” on
page 114 or “Adding an Exchange Server
Account” on page 115).
Setting Up and Editing Email
Accounts
Tap the Email icon to open the Email Account
screen.
Editing Account Settings
1 Add Account tab
3
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Follow the procedures in adding an Internet
Email Account or Exchange server account
1
Tap and hold the Email account you want to
edit.
2
Tap Settings to open the settings screen.
3
Scroll through the list and select the setting
you want to change.
NOTE: Contact your Email providers for the
required setup information.
4
Tap Save when you are done to save and exit
the screen.
5
Tap Save to save and exit the settings
screen.
Using Email Features
The following are the available Email Account
settings:
•
Email Address — Select this setting to edit
your Email address.
•
User Name — Select this setting to edit the
user name.
•
Password — Select this setting to edit the
password for your account.
•
Protocol — Select this setting to choose the
protocol to be used to send and receive
Emails including POP3, POP3/SSL, CMPCP,
and CMPCP/SSL. Contact your service
provider for information.
•
Server — Select this setting to edit the
address of the server that provides your mail.
•
Port (incoming) — Select this setting to edit
the port value used for incoming traffic.
•
SMTP Server — Select this setting to edit
the address of the server through which you
send your Email.
•
Port (outgoing) — Select this setting to edit
the port value used for outgoing traffic.
•
Authentication — Select this setting to
select the authentication type for your Email.
•
Data Connection — Select this setting to
choose the network to use for data
connection.
•
Reply with the original — Enable this setting
to include the original messages when you
reply to Emails.
•
Pull Frequency — Select this setting to
choose how often automatic POP3 retrievals
are performed.
•
Number to sync each time — Specify the
maximum number of Emails to sync on every
connection. You can select 25 Mails, 50
Mails, 100 Mails, or All.
•
Read Limit — Select this setting to set the
read limit for your Emails if you wish to set a
send/receive message size limit. Setting the
limit to Headers Only allows you to only see
the subject of Emails.
•
From name — Select this setting to enter
your full name to be displayed to recipients.
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•
Reply-to-Address — Select this setting to
send replies to your Email to a different
account.
Managing Exchange Server
Account
•
Signature — Select this setting to append
your signature to your Emails.
Synchronization Settings
•
IMAP IDLE — Select this option to open or
close IMAP idle.
Tap the Settings icon, and then tap Data
synchronization.
Removing an Account
1
Tap the Email icon.
2
Tap and hold the Email account you want to
remove to open the pop-up menu.
3
Tap Remove to remove the account.
4
Tap OK to confirm and exit the screen.
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The following are the available settings:
•
Background data — Enables or disables
background data usage.
•
Auto-sync — Enables or disables automatic
synchronization of data.
Using Email Features
Managing Email Messages
3
Enter the recipient’s address or tap the
icon to add a contact from the Phonebook.
Sending Emails
4
Enter a subject.
5
Enter your message.
6
Tap the Options menu button to select
Attach, Save to Draft, Add/Hide Cc, Add/Hide
Bcc, Discard or Priority.
7
Tap Send to send message and exit this
screen.
1
Tap the Email icon and tap an Email account
to open the Email screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Compose
to open the Compose Mail screen.
Receiving Emails
NOTE: To automatically receive Emails, set it
through the Email account’s Settings > Pull
Frequency (see “Pull Frequency” on page 117).
1
Tap the Email icon and tap an Email account
to open the Email screen.
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2
Deleting Messages
Tap the Options menu button and tap
Synchronize to receive new Emails.
1
1 Synchronize option
3
Tap Inbox to open your inbox folder and read
your unread mails.
4
To exit this screen, tap the Home/Back
button.
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1
Tap the Email icon and tap an Email account
to open the Email screen.
2
Tap the Options menu button and then tap
Delete.
3
Tap to select the messages you want to
delete.
Using Email Features
NOTE: To select all messages, tap the
Options menu button, and then tap
Select all.
4
Tap Delete to delete the selected messages
and exit this screen.
NOTE: Deleted messages are moved to
the Trash folder.
Emptying the Trash
Deleted messages are moved to the Trash folder. To
permanently delete the messages, do the following:
1
Tap the Email icon and tap an Email account
to open the Email screen.
2
Tap the Options menu button and select
Folders.
3
Tap Trash to open the Trash screen.
4
Tap the Options menu button and select
Empty Trash.
5
Tap OK to confirm.
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Browsing and Playing Music
1
Tap the Music icon.
Your music is organized into five categories:
Artists, Albums, Songs, Genres, and
Playlists. Select a category to view the lists
within each.
2
To browse all audio files on the phone and
the microSD card, tap the Search tab.
Otherwise, select from one of the five
categories.
1
1 Enter music to search here
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3
Tap any song to start playing the song.
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Music Player
To access the Music Player, tap an audio file. The
Music Player appears.
1 View current playlist
2 Album art
3 Artist
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1
10
4 Track
5 Playback controls
6 Time elapsed
7 Time remaining
2
8 Progress bar
3
4
9 Album
9
11 Repeat songs
5
6
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10 Shuffle mode
8
7
Using Multimedia Features
Music Player Controls
Tap to play
Enable shuffle mode and play songs randomly
Tap to repeat all songs
Tap twice to repeat the current song
Tap three times to turn repeat off
Tap and hold to fast forward
Tap to go to the next song
Tap to go to the beginning of the song
Tap twice to go to the previous song
Tap to view the current playlist
Setting a Song as Your Ringtone
1
Tap the song you wish to set as your ring
tone to open the Music Player.
NOTE: Only songs with the size less
than 300 KB can be set as a ringtone.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Set ringtone. The ringtone is set as your
default incoming call ringtone.
3
Tap the Home/Back button to exit the screen.
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Managing Music Files
Transferring Music
Synchronizing Music
You can transfer music files from your computer to
the microSD card installed on your phone.
You can synchronize media files on your computer
to your smartphone.
1
Ensure your smartphone is turned on.
Connect your smartphone to the computer
using the mini-USB to USB data cable.
1
Ensure your smartphone is turned on.
2
Connect your smartphone to the computer
using the mini-USB to USB cable.
3
When prompted, tap Mass Storage to allow
your computer to recognize your smartphone
as a USB mass storage device.
2
When prompted, tap Media Sync.
3
On your computer, select Sync digital media
files to this device.
4
On your computer, locate the mounted USB
drive and open it.
4
Depending on your computer setup, you can
manually or automatically sync media files to
your smartphone.
5
Transfer music files from your computer to
your smartphone using the copy and paste or
drag and drop functions.
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Creating a Playlist
1
In the Music screen, select a category.
2
In the list that appears, navigate to the artist,
album, or song that you want on a playlist.
3
Tap and hold the artist, album, or song to
open the pop-up menu. Tap Add to playlist.
4
In the Add to playlist panel that opens, tap
New to create a new playlist, or select one of
the existing playlists such as the current
playing list or other playlists you created
earlier.
The selected song(s) are added to the
playlist.
NOTE: You can also use this menu to
view the Properties, Delete, or Share
the songs.
Managing Playlists
Go to the Music screen and select Playlists. All the
available playlists are displayed.
Select the playlist, and then tap the Play all tab to
play the songs in the list.
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To delete or edit a playlist, tap and hold the
playlist to open the pop-up menu. Tap Delete
to delete the playlist or tap Edit to edit the
playlist.
Browsing and Playing Videos
1
Tap the Videos icon.
Your videos are displayed in a thumbnail list.
2
Slide your finger up and down on the list to
view the entire list.
3
Tap any video to start playing the video.
4
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back
button.
Using Multimedia Features
Managing Videos
Sorting Videos
1
Tap the Sort tab, then tap Sort by time, Sort
by name, or Sort by size to sort your videos.
Deleting a File From a List
1
Tap and hold a video file to open the pop-up
menu.
2
Tap Delete to delete the video file.
3
Tap OK to confirm.
1
1 Sort by options
2
To exit the screen tap the Home/Back button.
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Viewing Video File Properties
Sharing Videos
1
Tap and hold a video file to open the pop-up
menu.
1
Tap and hold a video file to open the pop-up
menu.
2
Tap Properties to view file property.
2
Tap Share, and then tap your preferred
application for sharing.
Deleting a Video
3
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Tap the Home/Back button to exit the screen.
1
Tap the Options menu button and tap Delete
to open the Delete screen.
2
Tap the check box of the video or videos you
want to delete.
Using Multimedia Features
You can also tap the Options menu button and tap
Select All to select all files.
1
1 File selected for deletion check box
3
Tap the Delete tab and tap OK to delete the
files.
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Using the Video Player
NOTE: For best viewing experience, videos are
played in landscape mode only.
Tap a video file to open the Video player.
2
3
4
1 Playback controls
2 Home/Back button
3 Time elapsed
5
4 Progress bar
5 Duration of video
Playback Controls
Tap to pause.
Tap to play.
1
Press and hold to fast forward.
Tap to skip forward.
Press and hold to rewind.
Tap to skip backward.
To exit the the video player, press the Home/Back
key.
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Using the Picture Application
To view a picture, tap the Pictures icon.
1
Tap a thumbnail to view the photo in full
screen view.
2
To zoom in, expand your fingers at the
section of the screen where you want to
zoom in. To zoom out, pinch the section of the
screen (see “Touch screen gestures” on
page 29.
3
Slide your finger to the left or right to view
next or previous picture.
4
Press the Back key to exit the screen.
Browsing Pictures
Your pictures may be categorized into folders.
Tap a folder to view the thumbnails. Slide your
finger up and down on the list to view the entire list.
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Viewing Pictures as a Slideshow
1
In thumbnail view, tap Slideshow.
Managing Picture Files
Deleting a Picture
1
Tap and hold the thumbnail of the picture you
want to delete to open Picture options menu.
2
Tap Delete to delete the picture.
3
Tap OK to confirm.
Editing a Picture
2
Select an audio file to play during the
slideshow or select No music for slideshow.
3
Tap anywhere on the screen to stop the
slideshow.
4
Press the Back key to exit the screen.
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1
In thumbnail view, tap and hold the picture
you want to edit.
2
In the pop-up menu, tap Edit to access a
number of edit functions.
Using Multimedia Features
1
2
3
•
Tap the Rotate counter-clockwise icon
to rotate the picture 90º counterclockwise.
•
Tap the Rotate clockwise icon to rotate
the picture 90º clockwise.
•
Tap the Crop icon to activate the crop
function. Slide your finger across the
screen to select the portion of the
picture you wish to crop. Tap Done to
see the cropped picture.
•
Tap the Resize icon to change the size
of the picture. Enter the the width and
the height, and then tap OK.
•
Tap the Invert icon to invert the picture.
•
Tap the Brightness icon to set the
brightness setting. Drag the slider to
adjust brightness.
•
Tap the Contrast icon to set the
contrast setting. Drag the slider to
adjust contrast.
4
5
6
7
1 Rotate counter-clockwise icon
2 Rotate clockwise icon
3 Crop icon
4 Resize icon
5 Invert icon
6 Brightness icon
7 Contrast icon
3
Tap Save to save the edited picture as a new
copy.
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Sharing Pictures
1
In thumbnail view, tap and hold the picture
you want to share.
2
In the pop-up menu, tap Share and select
your preferred application for sharing.
NOTE: You may need to scroll down to view
more options.
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Changing Picture Settings
To open Picture settings, tap the Options menu
button then select Settings.
The following are the available settings:
•
Thumbnail size — You can select from
Large or Small picture display sizes.
Using Multimedia Features
•
•
•
•
Picture sort — You can select to sort
pictures with the newest pictures first
or newest pictures last.
Using the Video Editor
Confirm deletions — Enable this setting
if you want confirmations before
deleting pictures from the phone
memory and the microSD card.
Using the Storyboard
Slideshow interval — Select how long
each slide plays. The available options
are: 2, 3, or 4 seconds.
Slideshow transition — Select the
effect used when moving from one
slide to another. The available options
are: Fade in & out, Slide left-right, Slide
up-down, and Random selection.
•
Repeat slideshow — Enable this
setting to play the slideshow more than
once.
•
Shuffle slides — Enable this setting to
shuffle the pictures in your slideshow.
Use the Video Editor to make your own videos.
1
Tap the Video Editor icon to open the Video
Editor screen.
2
Tap Storyboard from the Video Editor menu.
3
Tap the Select Media tab.
4
Tap the images that you want to include in
your storyboard.
NOTE: To include all images, tap the
Select all icon.
5
Tap the OK tab.
6
In the Storyboard menu, tap the icons at the
bottom of the screen to add music, insert
additional images, add text and preview the
video.
7
Tap a specific image to apply the time
duration of the image, add sound dubbing,
apply a subtitle, apply a transition, or apply
an image effect.
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8
After previewing the file, do either of the
following:
6
Tap the Organize photos tab.
7
Set BGM, and then tap the Set BGM tab.
•
Tap the Home/Back button located at
the top of the screen to make additional
edits.
8
Tap the music from the available sound files
on your smartphone, and then tap the Apply
tab.
•
Tap the Save tab to complete video
editing. The file information shows the
location of the saved file.
Using the Music Movie
1
Tap the Video Editor icon to open the Video
Editor screen.
2
Tap Music movie from the Video Editor menu.
3
Tap the background for the movie by rotating
it to the center of the screen where the
background title is displayed.
4
Tap the Select photos tab.
5
Tap the images that you want to include in
your storyboard.
NOTE: To include all images, tap the
Select all icon.
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9
Tap the Add movie title tab.
10
Tap the center of the background to add text.
11
Tap the text entry bar.
12
Type the desired title, and then tap Done.
13
Tap the OK tab.
14
The options at the bottom of the screen allow
you to change the text size, style, color and
edit text.
15
Tap the Preview tab, and then tap the center
arrow.
16
After previewing the file, do either of the
following:
•
Tap the Home/Back button located at
the top of the screen to make additional
edits.
Using Multimedia Features
•
Tap the Save tab to complete video
editing. The file information shows the
location of the saved file.
Using Auto Cut
1
Tap the Video Editor icon to open the Video
Editor screen.
2
Tap Auto cut from the Video Editor menu.
3
Tap the editing style for the movie by rotating
it to the center of the screen where the
background title is displayed.
4
Tap the Select media tab.
5
Tap the video to edit its length.
6
Tap the Preview tab, and then tap the center
arrow.
7
Drag the bar to where you want to stop the
video.
8
Tap the Save tab. The file information shows
the location of the saved file.
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Using the Camera
You can use the camera to capture photos and
video clips.
1 Settings icon
To activate camera, press and hold the Camera key
for 3 to 4 seconds or tap the Camera icon. The
camera screen is displayed in landscape view.
3 Exposure compensation setting icon
Camera Mode
6 Go to photo gallery
2 Flash
4 Self timer icon
5 Zoom icon
7 Capture icon
1
9
8 Switch to video recorder
2
8
9 Back icon
3
4
5
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7
Using the camera
•
Half press the Camera key to focus on
images.
•
Full press the Camera key or tap the Capture
icon to capture photos.
•
Tap the Settings icon to set Image size,
White Balance (WB), Color tone, Contrast,
Sharpness, Geo Tagging (see “Enabling Geo
Tagging” on page 141), Sequence, and Grid
View.
6
Using Multimedia Features
•
Tap the Flash icon to turn the flash on or off.
Enabling Geo Tagging
•
Tap the Exposure compensation setting icon
to set Exposure compensation.
Geo Tagging allows you to insert the GPS
coordinates to a picture.
•
Tap the Self Timer icon to set the timer.
•
Tap the Zoom icon to adjust zoom.
•
Tap the Go to photo gallery icon to view your
captured photos.
1
•
Tap the Switch to video recorder icon to
switch to video recorder mode.
On the camera screen, tap the Settings icon,
and then tap Geo Tagging.
2
•
Tap the Back icon to exit the Camera screen.
Tap On. Once the GPS service is connected,
the GPS icon displays an x indicating that the
location is fixed.
NOTE: Geo Tagging works best outdoors with a
clear view of the sky.
NOTE: It may take up to 1 minute to
connect to GPS.
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Video Recording Mode
Using the video recorder
•
Press the Camera key or tap the Capture icon
to start recording videos, press again to stop
recording.
•
Tap the Settings icon to set White Balance
(WB), Mute, and Video Quality.
•
Tap the Exposure compensation setting icon
to set exposure compensation.
•
Tap the Duration icon to set the maximum
duration.
2 Exposure compensation setting icon
•
Tap the Zoom icon to adjust zoom.
3 Duration
•
Tap the Go to video gallery icon to playback
recorded videos.
•
Tap the Switch to camera mode icon to
switch to camera mode.
•
Tap the Back icon to exit the video recorder
screen.
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2
7
3
6
4
5
1 Settings icon
4 Zoom icon
5 Go to video gallery
6 Capture icon
7 Switch to camera mode
8 Back icon
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Using the Recorder Application
The Recorder feature allows you to capture audio
notes. To open the Recorder, tap the Recorder icon.
1
Using the Recorder
• Tap the Start recording icon to start
recording.
• Tap the Stop recording icon to stop recording
or playback.
• Tap the Save tab, edit the file name that is
automatically given, and retain the .amr file
extension to save the file. To browse and open
the audio file, tap the File Mgr icon.
• Tap the Options menu button to share or
discard the recorded file.
2
1
Start recording icon
2
Stop recording icon
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Using Network Features
This section provides information about the
applications solely provided by AT&T.
AT&T Navigator
AT&T Navigator is a GPS navigation system that
provides voice or onscreen driving directions.
1
Tap the AT&T Navigator icon to open the
AT&T Navigator screen.
2
Read and accept the Terms of Use to start
using AT&T Navigator.
NOTE: Contact your AT&T service provider for
more details.
AT&T Maps
Use AT&T Maps to search for local businesses,
point of interest, and addresses. It provides turn-byturn non-voice guided driving directions.
NOTE: Before using AT&T Maps, enable GPS
satellites in Settings > My location > Enable
GPS satellites.
Tap the AT&T Maps icon to open the AT&T GPS
screen.
To zoom in, tap the + icon or press the Options key,
and then tap Zoom In.
To zoom out, tap the - icon or press the Options key,
and then tap Zoom Out.
To go back to the AT&T Maps home screen panel,
press the Options key, and then tap Home Screen.
To submit feedback, press the Options key, and then
tap Feedback.
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To view help, press the Options key, and then tap
Help.
To open AT&T Navigator, press the Options key, and
then tap AT&T Navigator.
Getting Directions
1
Tap the AT&T GPS icon to open the AT&T
GPS screen.
2
Tap AT&T Maps.
To exit AT&T Maps, press the Options key, and then
tap Exit.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Get
Directions.
Searching Places
4
Tap Origin and select a starting point.
5
Tap Destination to select an option and enter
the destination.
6
Tap Preferences and select the route style.
7
Tap Get Route to get driving directions.
1
Tap the AT&T GPS icon to open the AT&T
GPS screen.
2
Tap AT&T Maps.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Search
Nearby.
4
Enter a business name or a category to
search.
1
Tap the AT&T GPS icon to open the AT&T
GPS screen.
5
Select a category from the Category list to
filter the search.
2
Tap AT&T Maps.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Current
Location to view map.
6
Tap Where and select an option to enter the
starting point.
7
Tap Search to start searching.
Viewing Current Location
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Changing Maps
Sharing Maps and More
1
Tap the AT&T GPS icon to open the AT&T
GPS screen.
1
Tap the AT&T GPS icon to open the AT&T
GPS screen.
2
Tap AT&T Maps.
2
Tap AT&T Maps.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap New
Map.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Share
and More.
4
Select an option to enter the desired
location.
4
Tap an option to share. Then enter the
recipient and other required information.
5
Tap Done to view map.
5
Tap Send Now to start sharing.
Saving to Favorites
Setting General Preferences
1
Tap the AT&T GPS icon to open the AT&T
GPS screen.
1
Tap the AT&T GPS icon to open the AT&T
GPS screen.
2
Tap AT&T Maps.
2
Tap AT&T Maps.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Save To
Favorites.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Options.
4
Tap General. Enter the First Name, Last
Name, and Email. Select options for Distance
Units and Tips.
5
Press the Options key, and then tap Save to
save preferences.
6
Press the Back key to exit the screen.
4
Enter the Address, Category, and the desired
Label.
5
Tap Done to save the location to favorites.
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Setting Navigation Preferences
1
Tap the AT&T GPS icon to open the AT&T
GPS screen.
2
Tap AT&T Maps.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Options.
4
Tap Navigation.
5
Tap Route Style.
6
Tap desired route style from the pop-up
menu.
7
Press the Options key, and then tap Save to
save preferences.
8
Press the Back key to exit the screen.
GPS
Tap the GPS icon to open the GPS screen.
GPS provides the following services:
•
Where
•
AllSport GPS
•
Google Maps (see “Google Maps” on
page 154)
Using Where
Where is an application that detects and displays
your current location accurately.
1
Tap the GPS icon to open the GPS screen.
2
Tap Where.
3
Accept the Terms of Use, and then tap OK.
4
Tap one of the following:
•
Use GPS to get locations — Select this
option to automatically detect your
location using GPS.
NOTE: GPS tracking may require
a few minutes to detect your
location.
•
Set location manually — Select this
option to enter your current location.
Tap Find to start tracking your location.
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Using AllSport GPS
AllSport GPS monitors your outdoor fitness
activities, record distance, time, speed, calories,
and route, allows you to view maps and elevation
profiles and share your fitness data online.
NOTE: Before using AllSport GPS, enable GPS
satellites in Settings > My location > Enable
GPS satellites and disable Wi-Fi in Settings >
WLAN.
1
Tap the GPS icon to open the GPS screen.
2
Tap AllSport GPS. The welcome screen
appears.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Next.
4
Read the tips that appear on the screen.
Press the Options key, and then tap Next.
5
Read the Privacy Information. Press the
Options key, and then tap Agree.
6
Read more tips. Press the Options key, and
then tap Next to continue.
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7
Repeat step 6 until all tips have been read to
start using AllSport GPS.
NOTE: Contact your AT&T service provider for
more details.
AT&T Music
AT&T Music provides the following services:
•
AT&T Radio
•
MusicID
•
Community
Using AT&T Radio
AT&T Radio provides commercial-free music
channels, live local FM radio, news, and sports.
NOTE: Additional data charges may be
incurred when using this application. Contact
your service provider for more details.
1
Tap the AT&T Music icon to open the AT&T
Music screen.
2
Tap AT&T Radio.
Using Network Features
3
Tap a category to load the page, and then
select from the list of available channels to
start listening.
To play the last played channel, press the
Options key, and then tap Last Played.
To play the recently played channel, press
the Options key, and then tap Recent.
To manage subscription settings, press the
Options key, and then tap Settings >
Subscription.
To go back the AT&T Radio main screen,
press the Options key, and then tap Home.
4
Press the Options key, and then tap Exit to
exit AT&T Radio.
Using MusicID
MusicID is a music exploration application that
recognizes songs by listening to music from a radio,
TV, or other music source signals. You can also find
songs by searching the artist name, song title,
lyrics, or popularity.
Identifying Songs
1
Tap the AT&T Music icon to open the AT&T
Music screen.
2
Tap MusicID.
3
Tap Identify Song.
4
Place the smartphone’s microphone closer
to the source of music. When the application
identifies the song, the song information is
displayed on the screen.
NOTE: Contact your AT&T service provider for
more details.
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Finding Songs
Viewing Account Information and Help
1
Tap the AT&T Music icon to open the AT&T
Music screen.
1
Tap the AT&T Music icon to open the AT&T
Music screen.
2
Tap MusicID.
2
Tap MusicID.
3
Tap Explore.
3
Tap My Account.
4
Tap one of the following options:
4
Tap one of the following:
•
•
Search — Select Search to enter the
Search screen. Tap either Artist Name,
Lyric Phrase, or Song Title, and then
enter the song information to search.
Tap Search at the bottom of the screen.
Popularity IDs — Select Popularity IDs
to find songs by popularity.
Managing Songs
1
Tap the AT&T Music icon to open the AT&T
Music screen.
2
Tap MusicID.
3
Tap My Songs to view the songs you’ve
identified or saved.
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•
Getting Started — Select this option to
view help information on how to use
MusicID.
•
FAQs — Select this option to view
frequently asked questions.
•
About MusicID — Displays the
application version number.
AT&T Games
Tap the AT&T Games icon to access AT&T Games.
Using Network Features
AT&T Hot Spots
YPmobile
AT&T Hot Spot allows you to search for hot spot
venues.
YPmobile is a mobile-based yellow pages directory
which allows you to find businesses, get maps, and
driving directions.
1
Tap the AT&T Hot Spots icon to open the
AT&T Hot Spots screen.
2
Select a venue, service type, and enter zip,
city, or state.
3
Tap Search.
Using YPmobile
1
Tap the YPmobile icon to open YPmobile.
2
Enter the establishment name to search on
the Search text box, and then tap Find.
NOTE: Contact your AT&T service provider for
more details.
To search by category, press the Options key,
and then tap Browse. Tap a category. If only
one establishment is available, the location
is automatically shown on the map.
Otherwise select the establishment from the
list.
3
If the place is found, a callout appears on the
map.
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1
To view the information screen, tap the
callout.
7
To view your current location on the map, tap
the Current location icon.
To zoom in or zoom out, tap the Zoom in or
Zoom out icon.
2
To close the map, tap the Close icon.
4
3
4
1 Search text box
2 Callout
3 Current location icon
6
5
The address, phone number, and other
information is displayed. Tap any of the
following icons:
•
Call — Select to call the establishment.
•
Map — Select to view the location on
the map.
•
Street View — Select to display a
street view map.
•
Add To — Select to save the
establishment’s contact information to
Contacts.
•
Share — Select to send the
establishment’s contact information
using Messaging or Email.
4 Zoom in icon
5 Zoom out icon
6 Close icon
7 Find icon
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5
To exit YPmobile, press and hold the Back
key.
AT&T Video
AT&T Video provides Mobile Video and MobiTV.
Mobile Video
Mobile Video allows you to watch news, sports,
weather, entertainment, and more.
Mobile Banking
Mobile Banking allows you to check balances,
transfer funds, pay bills and perform other banking
transactions from your smartphone.
1
Tap the Mobile Banking icon to open Mobile
Banking.
2
Read and accept the End User License
Agreement, and then tap Yes.
NOTE: Contact your bank to enroll this service.
NOTE: Additional data charges may be
incurred when using this application. Contact
your service provider for more details.
MobiTV
Mobile TV allows you to watch TV in broadcast
quality from your smartphone.
NOTE: Additional data charges may be
incurred when using this application. Contact
your service provider for more details.
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Using Google Applications
Your smartphone comes with preinstalled Google
applications.
Google Maps
Google Talk
Google Maps allows you to view your location, keep
track of your friends, find places, view traffic
situations and view directions to your destination.
Use Google Talk to send instant messages and chat
with your online friends.
Searching Places
NOTE: When using Google Talk for the first
time, you must set up an account. Follow the
instructions on the screen to complete setup.
Tap the Google Talk icon to open the Google Talk
screen.
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1
Tap the GPS icon to open the GPS screen.
2
Tap Google Maps to open the Google Maps
screen.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Search.
4
Enter the place to search on the text box, and
then tap the search icon to start searching.
5
When the place is found, a searched icon
and a callout appear on the map. When more
than one search results are found, more
searched icons appear and are labeled
alphabetically according to the nearest one
from your location.
Using Google Applications
Getting Directions
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7
2
3
6
4
5
1
Tap the Google Maps icon to open the
Google Maps screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap
Directions.
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6
2
5
3
4
1 Starting point
1 Callout
2 Ending point
2 Next location
4 Results icon
3 Directions icons
Driving directions
Transit directions
Walking directions
5 Zoom in icon
4 Go icon
6 Zoom out icon
5 Choose point icon (ending)
7 Searched icon
6 Choose point icon (starting)
3 Previous location
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3
Enter the starting point and the ending point
or tap the corresponding Choose point icon
and select an option.
4
Tap a directions icon.
5
Tap Go to view directions.
•
Finding Your Location
1
Tap the Google Maps icon to open the
Google Maps screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap My
Location to view your location on the map.
Press the Options key to do any of the following:
•
Show on map — Tap to view the directions
on the map.
•
Reverse — Tap to reverse the directions.
•
Update route — Tap to update the route.
Changing Map Modes
1
Tap the Google Maps icon to open the
Google Maps screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Map
mode.
3
Tap a mode option:
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•
Map — View the map with names of
streets, rivers, parks, and boundaries.
•
Satellite — View the same satellite
data that is used by Google Earth.
Traffic — View the map with real-time
traffic information.
Using Latitude
Latitude allows you to keep track of your friends’
location and share your location to them.
Joining Latitude for the First Time
1
Tap the Google Maps icon to open the
Google Maps screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Join
Latitude.
3
Tap Allow & Share to share your location to
your friends and accept Google Latitude’s
Terms and Service.
Using Google Applications
Adding Friends
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Latitude
to open the Latitude screen.
3
Tap the Updates tab to view updates.
1
Tap the Google Maps icon to open the
Google Maps screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Latitude
to open the Latitude screen.
To post messages, enter your message on
the Shout out box, and then tap Post update.
3
On the Friends tab, press the Options key,
and then tap Add friends.
To change your location, tap Change, and
then select a location.
4
Tap either of the following:
•
Select from Contacts — Select this
option to add friends from your
Contacts list.
•
Add via email address — Select this
option to enter the Email address of the
friend you want to add.
To turn notifications on or off, press the
Options key, and then tap either Notification
On or Notification off.
Refreshing Latitude
1
Tap the Google Maps icon to open the
Google Maps screen.
5
Tap Add friends to send sharing request.
2
6
To go back to the maps screen, press the
Options key, and then tap Show map.
Press the Options key, and then tap Latitude
to open the Latitude screen.
3
Press the Options key, and then tap Refresh
to refresh friends list and updates.
Viewing Updates
1
Tap the Google Maps icon to open the
Google Maps screen.
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Using Google Applications
Market
NOTE: Before you access Android Market,
login to your Google account or create a new
one.
Market allows you to download games, ringtones,
and other applications on your smartphone.
1
Tap the Market icon to open the Market
screen.
2
When using Market for the first time, read
and accept Android Market Terms of Use.
Tap Accept to continue.
The Android Market main screen appears.
Using Market
Tap a category to view the available applications.
You can view by popularity or by date which will
show you the newest applications added to the
Market.
NOTE: New applications are added everyday.
Check the Market often for the latest
applications.
Downloading Applications
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1
Tap the Market icon to open the Market
screen.
2
Tap a category, then browse the selections
to view the available applications.
3
To get a brief description of an application,
tap the application.
Using Google Applications
4
To download, tap Install, and then tap OK.
NOTE: You can check the download
process in the Notifications area in the
Connection Manager.
Once the application is installed
successfully, the application icon appears on
the Phone Display Panel.
You can also access the application by
tapping the Market icon, and then tapping
My downloads.
Uninstalling Applications
1
Tap the Market icon to open the Market
screen.
2
Tap My downloads.
3
Tap the application to uninstall.
4
Tap Uninstall.
Viewing Downloaded Applications
From My downloads, you can view, open, and
uninstall an application.
1
Tap the Market icon to open the Market
screen.
2
Tap My downloads to view all downloaded
applications.
Searching Applications
To search for a specific application or a specific
tool, search the keywords to find an application.
1
Tap the Market icon to open the Market
screen.
2
Tap Search.
3
Enter the keywords to search.
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YouTube
3
YouTube allows you instant access to watch videos
and upload your own videos to the YouTube
website.
Enter the video name on the search box, and
then tap the Search icon.
4
In the search results, tap a video thumbnail
to watch the video.
Using YouTube
1
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
main screen.
2
Tap a category to view the available videos,
and then tap a video thumbnail to watch the
video.
Or tap a video thumbnail from the Featured
videos to watch the video.
Press the Options key to access other
functions.
Searching for Videos
1
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Search.
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Searching Videos By Categories
1
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap
Categories.
3
Tap a category.
4
Tap a video thumbnail to watch the video.
Viewing Video Details
1
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
2
Search for the video, and then tap and hold
the video thumbnail.
3
In the pop-up menu, tap Details to view the
video details.
Using Google Applications
Sharing Videos
1
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
2
Search for the video, and then tap and hold
the video thumbnail you want to share.
3
In the pop-up menu, tap Share.
4
Tap your preferred application for sharing
the video.
Rating Videos
2
Search for the video, and then tap and hold
the video thumbnail.
3
In the pop-up menu, tap Comment. The list of
comments are displayed on the screen.
Accessing My YouTube Account
1
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap My
Account.
3
1
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
2
Search for the video, and then tap and hold
the video thumbnail you want to rate.
If you have an existing YouTube account,
enter your username and password to sign
in. Otherwise, follow the instructions on the
screen and create an account.
3
In the pop-up menu, tap Rate.
The My Account screen is displayed.
4
Tap a number of stars to rate the video.
Viewing Video Comments
1
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
Adding Videos to Favorites
1
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
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2
Search for the video, and then tap and hold
the video thumbnail you want to add to
favorites.
3
On the pop-up menu, tap Add to favorites to
add the video to favorites.
Uploading Videos
1
NOTE: You must sign in to YouTube
before you upload videos. See
“Accessing My YouTube Account” on
page 161.
Removing Videos from Favorites
1
2
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
Press the Options key, and then tap
Favorites.
3
Tap and hold the video thumbnail you want to
remove from favorites.
4
In the pop-up menu, tap Remove from
favorites to remove video from favorites.
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap Upload.
3
Tap the video you want to upload.
4
Enter the Title, Access, and other
information.
5
Tap Upload to upload the video.
Deleting Videos
Only videos from your account can be deleted.
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1
Tap the YouTube icon to open the YouTube
screen.
2
Press the Options key, and then tap My
Account.
3
Tap a category.
Using Google Applications
4
Tap and hold the video thumbnail you want to
delete.
5
In the pop-up menu, tap Delete.
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Using Applications
This section provides information about the
applications that are installed on your smartphone.
Messaging
1
You can send and receive text messages using the
Messaging application. To open Messaging, tap the
Messaging icon.
Sending Messages to Contacts
1
Tap the Messaging icon to open the
Messaging screen.
2
Tap New Message to open the Compose
screen.
3
Tap the Select Contacts icon to open
Contacts, and then tap the check boxes that
appear beside the contacts you want to
message. To enter the number directly, tap
the To field and enter the contact number.
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1 Select contacts icon
4
Enter your message.
Using Applications
5
For other functions such as inserting a
picture, tap the Options menu button to open
the options menu, and tap any of the
available options.
Replying to a Message
1
Tap the Messaging icon to open the
Messaging screen.
2
If there is more than one conversation, tap
the conversation.
3
Tap a bubble to reply.
4
Enter your message.
5
Tap Send to send your message.
1
1 Options menu
6
Tap Send to send your message.
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Using Applications
Reading Unread Messages
Viewing Messages
The Unread Messages icon indicates unread
messages from the contacts on your Messaging
list. Tap the contacts with unread messages to read
the messages.
You can view messages in the Conversation View or
Message View screen. To change view, tap the
Options menu button, and then tap either
Conversation View or Message View, then tap a
message.
1
In the Conversation View screen, messages are
listed as grouped conversation or message threads
that are sent to and received from a contact.
In the Message View screen, messages can be
sorted according message folders.
1 Unread message icon
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Using Applications
1
2
Using the Message View
1
Tap the Messaging icon to open the
Messaging screen.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Message View.
3
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Folder View.
4
Tap a folder such as Inbox, Outbox, Sent,
Drafts, or Sim Card to read your messages.
1 Conversation View
2 Message View
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Using Applications
Messaging Settings
The following settings are available:
This section provides information about Message
Settings including Delivery reports, Request read
reports, Auto retrieval, and Signature.
Delivery reports
To edit your Messaging settings, tap the Options
menu button in the Messaging screen and tap
Settings.
Request read reports
Select this to request a delivery report for each
message you send.
Select this to request a read report for each
message you send.
Auto retrieval
Select this to retrieve messages automatically.
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Signature
Quickoffice
Select this setting to append a signature to your
messages. The signature is appended to every
MMS message you send.
Quickoffice allows you to open and view Word files,
Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, and
PDF files saved in your microSD card or
downloaded from Email.
1
Tap the Quickoffice icon to open the
Quickoffice screen.
2
Tap a location source.
3
Browse and tap the file to view.
Tap OK to save and exit when you are done.
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Using Applications
Calendar
Using the Calendar
The Calendar lets you assign events such as
appointments or specific tasks to a date or time and
receive reminders to remind you of the events. You
can view your events in a continuous list, by day, by
week, or by month. To open the Calendar, tap the
Calendar icon.
Adding a New Event
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1
Tap the Calendar icon to open the Calendar.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
New event or select a date or time in the
calendar to open Event details.
3
Select the duration of the event.
Using Applications
4
Swipe up the screen to view and enter event
details and set reminders.
5
Tap the Save tab to save and exit.
Month view
The blue square on vertical bars represent events
you added.
Editing an Event
1
To edit an event, tap the event to view its details, tap
the Options menu button, and then tap Edit event.
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back button.
Calendar Views
To select calendar view, tap the Title bar and select
Month View, Week View, Day View, or Agenda
View.
1 Title bar
To view event details, tap a day to view all events on
that day, and then select an event to view its details.
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Using Applications
To navigate months, slide your finger left or right
through the days and past the beginning or end of
the month to move to the previous or next month.
Tap an event to view its details.
To navigate to the current day, tap the Options menu
button, and then tap Jump to today.
Agenda view
The Agenda view displays all events in the current
month.
1
1 Repeating events icon
Repeating events are marked with the Repeating
events icon.
To navigate within the current month, slide your
finger up or down on the screen.
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To navigate to the current day, tap the Options menu
button, and then tap Jump to today.
To navigate within the current week, slide your
finger up or down on the screen.
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back button.
To navigate to the previous or next week, slide your
finger left or right on the screen.
Week view
The Week view displays the events as blocks.
To navigate to the current day, tap the Options menu
button, and then tap Jump to today.
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back button.
Tap an event to open the pop-up window that
displays more event information. Tap the pop-up
window to view the event details.
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Day view
Events are shown tiled and span the time they last.
All-day events are displayed at the top of the day
list.
To navigate within the current day, slide your finger
up or down on the screen.
To navigate to the previous or next day, slide your
finger left or right on the screen.
To navigate to the current day, tap the Options menu
button, and then tap Jump to today.
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back button.
Calendar Settings
To edit Calendar settings, tap the Options menu
button, and then tap Settings. You can set up Hide
declined events, Set default view, Set alert &
notifications, and Set default reminder in the
Calendar Settings.
Tap an event to open the pop-up window that
displays more event information. Tap the pop-up
window to view the event details.
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•
Set default view — Select this setting to set
the default view for your calendar. You can
set your default view to Month view, Week
view, Day view, or Agenda view.
The following settings are available:
•
Hide declined events — Select to hide all
declined events.
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•
Set alerts & notifications — Select this
setting to set the type of event reminder you
want. You can choose Alert, Status bar
notification, or Off.
Alarm Clock
To use the Alarm Clock, tap the Alarm icon.
Setting an Alarm
1
•
Set default reminder — Select this setting to
set the default reminder time for your events.
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back button.
176
Tap the Alarm icon to open the Alarm Clock.
Using Applications
2
Tap one of the preset alarms to use and open
the Set Alarm screen.
•
Work day — Tap to sound the alarm on
week days.
•
Customized repeat — Tap to repeat the
alarm on selected days of the week.
5
Tap Alarm to turn on the alarm.
6
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back
button.
Add More Alarms
3
Tap Time to set the alarm time.
4
Select an alarm repeat type:
•
Never — Tap if you only want the alarm
to go off once.
•
Daily — Tap to sound the alarm
everyday.
1
Tap the Alarm icon to open the Alarm Clock.
2
Tap the Add alarm function to add more
alarms.
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Changing the Clock Display
1
3
Tap the Alarm icon to open the Alarm Clock.
Slide your finger left or right on the screen to
browse through the selections at the bottom
of the screen, and tap to select the clock you
prefer.
Hiding the Clock
1
1 Clock
2
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Tap the clock to open the Select clock
screen.
1
Tap the Alarm icon to open the Alarm Clock.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Hide clock.
Using Applications
Calculator
.
1
The Calculator allows you to do basic math
operations. To open the Calculator, tap the
Calculator icon.
1 Hide clock
3
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back
button.
Setting the Date & Time
See “Date & Time Settings” on page 59.
•
•
•
•
Tap C to clear your entry.
Use the numeric keys to enter numbers.
Use +, -, x, ÷, = to perform calculations.
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back button.
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File Manager
The File Manager allows you to browse and
manage the contents of your memory card and
phone. To open File Manager, tap the File Mgr icon.
Viewing Stored Files
1
Tap the File Mgr icon to open the File
Manager.
2
Tap a folder to view files inside the folder.
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3
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back
button.
Adding New Folders
1
Tap the File Mgr icon to open the File
Manager.
2
Tap the New folder tab to open the New
Folder screen.
Using Applications
3
Enter the folder name.
NOTE: Once you start typing, the
highlighted preset name “New folder”
is deleted.
4
Tap OK when done.
Sorting Files and Folders
1
Tap the File Mgr icon to open the File
Manager.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Sort.
3
Tap name, size, time, or type to sort your files
and folders by name, size, time, or type.
4
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back
button.
Deleting Files and Folders
1
Tap the File Mgr icon to open the File
Manager.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Delete. Check boxes appear beside all the
files and folders.
3
Tap the check boxes that appear beside the
files or folders you want to delete.
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4
Tap the Delete tab, and then tap Yes to
confirm.
NOTE: You can also select a file or
folder directly by tapping and holding
the file or folder and tapping Copy or Cut
on the pop-up menu.
NOTE: You can also select a file or
folder directly by tapping and holding
the file or folder, and then tapping
Delete.
Cut, Copy, and Paste
1
Tap the File Mgr icon to open the File
Manager.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Cut to cut or Copy to copy. Check boxes
appear beside all the files and folders.
3
Tap the check boxes that appear beside the
files or folders you want to cut or copy.
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4
Select a folder or storage for insertion.
5
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Paste to move the files or folders to the new
destination.
6
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back
button.
Using Applications
Searching for Contents
1
Tap the File Mgr icon to open the File
Manager.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Search. The Search screen appears.
3
Enter your search terms, and then tap the
Search icon to begin the search.
4
Your search results are sorted by categories
and listed in tabs. Tap the tabs to view the
search results.
5
Tap the Home/Back button to exit the screen.
Renaming Files or Folders
1
Tap the File Mgr icon to open the File
Manager.
2
Tap and hold the file or folder you want to
rename to open the pop-up menu.
3
Tap Rename on the pop-up menu to open the
rename screen.
1
1 Search icon
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4
Enter the new name, and tap OK to save and
exit the screen.
Compressing Files and Folders
1
Tap the File Mgr icon to open the File
Manager.
2
Tap and hold the file or folder you want to
compress to open the pop-up menu.
3
Tap Compress on the pop-up menu to open
the compress screen.
4
Enter the name for your zip file, and tap OK to
save and exit the screen.
Decompressing Files and Folders
1
Tap and hold the file or folder you want to
decompress to open the pop-up menu.
2
Tap Decompress.
3
Enter the name for your unzip file, and tap OK
to save and exit the screen.
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Notes
To open Notes, tap the Notes icon.
Adding Notes
1
Tap the Notes icon to open the Notes.
Using Applications
2
Tap the Add tab. The Create note screen
opens.
3
Enter the title and the note content.
4
Tap the Save tab to save notes and exit the
screen.
Reading Notes
Notes are listed by date added, with the most
recent note at the top. You can see the title of each
note in the list. Tap the note to view its details.
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back button.
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Editing Notes
1
Tap the Notes icon to open the Notes screen.
2
Tap the note you want to edit to view its
details.
3
Tap the check boxes that appear beside the
notes you want to delete.
Finish editing the note.
3
Tap the Save tab to save notes and exit the
screen.
Deleting Notes
1
Tap the Notes icon to open the Notes.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Delete. Check boxes appear beside all the
notes.
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4
Tap the Delete tab to delete the note.
5
Tap OK to confirm.
6
To exit the screen, tap the Home/Back
button.
Using Applications
Tasks
4
Tap the Save tab to save the task.
5
Tap the Home/Back button to exit the screen.
Tasks allows you to keep track of tasks you need to
do. To open the Tasks, tap the Tasks icon.
Creating New Tasks
1
Tap the Tasks icon to open the Tasks screen.
2
Tap the Add tab to open the Create Task
screen.
3
Enter the task title, date and time, task
details, priority, and status.
NOTE: Swipe up the screen to add the
priority and status.
Editing Tasks
1
In the main Tasks screen, tap the task that
you want to edit.
2
The Edit Task screen opens. Make the
required edits to the task.
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3
Tap the Save tab to save the task.
4
Tap the Home/Back button to exit the screen.
Viewing Clocks
1
Tap the World Clock icon to open the World
Clock.
2
Slide your finger up and down to browse the
clocks.
Deleting Tasks
1
In the main Tasks screen, tap the Options
menu button, and then tap Delete. Check
boxes appear beside all the tasks.
2
Tap the check boxes that appear beside the
tasks you want to delete.
3
Tap the Delete tab to delete the task.
World Clock
World Clock allows you to view and add the time in
other major cities and time zones around the world.
To open World Clock, tap the World Clock icon.
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Using Applications
Adding Clocks
1
Tap the World Clock icon to open the World
Clock screen.
2
Tap the Add City tab.
3
Tap the city or time zone to add the clock.
4
Tap the Add City tab to add the clock and exit
the screen.
NOTE: If your city does not appear in the World
Clock, choose a city with the same time zone.
Once the city is added, tap the city to rename
it.
Deleting Clocks
1
Tap the World Clock icon to open the World
Clock screen.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Delete City. The Delete City screen opens.
3
Tap the check boxes that appear beside the
names of the clocks you want to delete.
4
Tap the Delete City tab, and then tap OK to
confirm deletion and exit the screen.
World Clock Settings
Tap the Options menu button to access the clock
settings (see “Date & Time Settings” on page 59).
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Search
To open Search, tap the Search icon.
Using Search
Simple search
1
Enter the word to search on the Search bar.
2
Tap the Search icon to begin search.
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3
Your search results are sorted by categories
and listed in tabs. Select the tabs to view the
search results.
Using Applications
Selecting Search Categories
1
Tap the Search icon to open Search screen.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Settings and Search Category.
3
Tap the check boxes that appear beside the
categories you want to include in your
search.
4
Tap the Done tab to save and exit the screen.
Advanced Search
1
Tap the Search icon to open Search screen.
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2
Tap the Advanced search tab to open the
Advanced Search screen.
5
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Search to begin search.
Index Statistic
3
Tap the tick to open the pop-up menu, and
then tap your search preference: Contacts,
Message, Email, File, Call log, or Web
History.
1
Use Index statistic to view the number of
records you have in each program. Tap the
Search icon to open Search.
2
Tap the Options menu button, and then tap
Index. The Index screen opens.
3
Tap View by location or View by category.
4
Slide your finger up and down to view the
entire list.
5
Tap the Home/Back button to exit the screen.
DM Service
The DM Service application allows you to check
and update your smartphone’s software.
4
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Enter the search terms.
1
Tap the DM Service icon.
2
Tap Software Update.
3
Select an option:
Using Applications
•
Software version — View the current
software version.
•
Find software updates — Check for
software updates.
•
Install updates — Install the software
updates.
Backup
The Backup application allows you to create a
backup file on your SD card for Contacts, SMS,
MMS, Call log, Settings, Tasks, Calendar, Email,
Browser, Notes, Alarm Clock, and Multimedia.
Backup Your Mobile Contacts,
Messages, and Settings
1
Tap Backup to open the Backup screen.
2
Tap the items you want to save into the
backup file.
NOTE: By default, all items are selected.
3
Tap the Options menu button to open the
options menu.
4
Tap To storage card.
5
Tap OK to accept the provided file name or
use the QWERTY keyboard to change it, and
then tap OK.
Restore Your Mobile Contacts,
Messages, and Settings From the
Backup File
1
Tap Backup to open the Backup screen.
2
Tap Restore.
3
Tap the file name of the backup file you want
to restore.
4
Tap the items from the backup file that you
want to restore to the smartphone.
5
Tap the Options menu button to open the
options menu.
6
Tap Restore.
7
Tap OK to restore.
NOTE: When reverting to the backup
file, the current data of that file in the
smartphone is overwritten.
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8
Exit the menu. The selected data from the
backup file is now available for use.
Managing Applications
Uninstalling an Application
NOTE: Certain preloaded applications can be
moved, but cannot be deleted.
1
Tap the Settings icon.
2
Tap Manage applications to view the list of
installed applications.
3
Tap Uninstall.
4
Tap Yes to confirm.
Clearing an Application Data
1
Tap the Settings icon.
2
Tap Manage applications to view the list of
installed applications.
3
Tap the application you want to delete data.
4
Tap Clear data.
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5
Tap OK to confirm.
Clearing an Application Cache
1
Tap the Settings icon.
2
Tap Manage applications to view the list of
installed applications.
3
Tap the application you want to clear cache.
4
Tap Clear cache.
Stopping an Application
1
Tap the Settings icon.
2
Tap Manage applications to view the list of
installed applications.
3
Tap the application you want to stop.
4
Tap Force stop.
Using Applications
PC Sync Tool
You can synchronize the information on your
computer with the information on your device.
Synchronization compares the data on your device
with your PC and updates both the computer and
your smartphone with the most recent information.
Using synchronization, you can:
•
Synchronize information to get the latest
information in all locations.
•
Transfer files between your device and a PC.
•
Backup data stored on the phone.
•
Upgrade smartphone software when a
software upgrade is available.
NOTE: PC Sync may not be preinstalled
on all devices. Download the latest
software from Support.Dell.com/Aero
On some models, the PC Sync application comes
installed with the microSD card. To see if the
application is shipped on your device, open the File
Manager application on your computer, to view the
contents on your SD card. The PC Sync application
will be in Dell Desktop Suite folder.
If PC Sync is not preloaded on your microSD card,
or if you simply want to get the latest version,
please visit Support.Dell.com/Aero.
Installing PC Sync from the microSD card:
1
Connect your smartphone to a USB
connector on your computer with the USB to
mini-USB cable that shipped with your
phone.
2
In the menu that appears on your screen, tap
Mass Storage (USB Mass Storage Mode).
Your computer displays the phone memory as
Removable disk (X:) in My Computer, where
X is the drive letter on your computer. The
drive letter on your computer may vary.
3
Double-click Removable disk (X:).
Installing PC Sync Application
Before beginning synchronization, you must install
the PC Sync Tool on your computer.
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4
In the Dell Desktop Suite folder, drag the file
to your computer desktop. Double-click the
installation file and follow the instructions.
Connecting the Smartphone
After installing the PC Sync Tool, connect a USB
cable to the mini USB port on the device and to a
PC. The PC will detect your device automatically.
NOTE: You will be prompted to change the
phone USB mode. Select SYNC MODE to
enable synchronization via USB cable.
NOTE: Dell Desktop Suite will automatically
notify you when there is a software upgrade
available for your smartphone or for the Dell
Desktop Suite.
NOTE: You can find Dell Desktop Suite help
after installing and opening the software by
choosing Help > Help Content.
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Index
A
Account settings
Authentication, 117
From name, 117
Password, 117
Port (Incoming), 117
Protocol, 117
Read Limit, 117
Reply mails with the original, 117
Signature, 118
Alarm Clock
Add more alarms, 177
Change clock display, 178
Hide the clock, 178
Set an alarm, 176
Set up date & time, 179
Application Settings
Phone Lock Setting, 92
SD card & phone storage, 93
SIM card lock, 91
AT&T Games, 150
AT&T Maps, 144
AT&T Music, 148
AT&T Navigator, 144
B
Bluetooth
Pairing, 87
AllSport GPS, 148
Android Market, 158
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C
D
Calculator, 179
Delivery reports, 168
Calendar
Add a new event, 170
Agenda view, 172
Day view, 174
Edit an event, 171
Month view, 171
Week view, 173
Display settings
Set brightness manually, 57
Set up screen time out, 58
Turn on the auto brightness, 57
Calendar Settings
Hide declined events, 175
Set alerts & notifications, 176
Set default reminder, 176
Set default view, 175
Camera
Camera mode, 140
Using the camera, 141
Using the video recorder, 142
Video recording mode, 142
Contacts, 76
E
Entering text
Activating the Keyboard, 45
Changing the language, 51
FullScreenHandWriting, 51
Numbers or symbols, 51
Phone Keypad, 53
QWERTY, 49
Select input method, 47
F
File Manager
198
Index
Add new folders, 180
Changing display, 183
Compress files or folders, 184
Cut, copy, and paste, 182
Decompress files or folders, 184
Delete files and folders, 181
Rename files or folders, 183
Search for contents, 183
Sort files and folders, 181
View stored files, 180
G
L
Latitude, 156
M
Mail
Add an account, 114
Delete messages, 120
Receive Emails, 119
Remove an account, 118
Send Emails, 119
Set up, 116
Google Maps, 154
Media Center, 122
Google Talk, 154
Messaging
Open Message View, 167
Read unread messages, 166
Reply to a message, 166
Send messages to contacts, 164
GPS, 144
I
IMAP Idle, 118
Messaging Settings
Auto retrieve, 168
Data Connection, 169
199
Index
Service Center, 169
Signature, 169
Mobile Banking, 153
Mobile TV, 153
Music
Browse, 122
Create a playlist, 127
Manage playlist, 127
Music player, 124
N
Network Settings
Mobile settings, 91
Notes
Add notes, 184
Delete notes, 186
Edit notes, 186
Read notes, 185
200
P
Phone Display panel, 38
Picture
Browse pictures, 133
Crop a picture, 135
Delete a picture, 134
Edit a picture, 134
Resize a picture, 135
Share a picture, 136
View slideshow, 134
Picture settings
Confirm deletions, 137
Picture sort, 137
Repeat slideshow, 137
Shuffle slides, 137
Slideshow interval, 137
Slideshow transition, 137
Thumbnail size, 136
Product overview, 24
Index
Q
T
Quickoffice, 169
Text Encoding, 103
R
Radio, 148
Recorder, 143
Ringtone, 66
S
Search
Advanced search, 191
Index statistic, 192
Select search category, 191
Simple search, 190
Status bar, 32
To Do List
Create new tasks, 187
Delete tasks, 188
Edit tasks, 187
Touch screen
Drag items, 30
Scroll right/left, 30
Scroll up/down, 30
Selection, 28
Zoom in, 29
V
Video
Browse, 128
Delete multiple videos, 130
Video player, 132
View property, 130
201
Index
W
Where, 147
World Clock
Add clocks, 189
Delete clocks, 189
View clocks, 188
Y
YouTube, 160
YPmobile, 151
202