SHARP AQUOS Crystal
User Guide
Table of Contents
Introduction.................................................................................................................................................... 1
About the User Guide............................................................................................................................ 1
Before Using Your Phone ............................................................................................................. 1
Descriptions in the User Guide ..................................................................................................... 1
Screenshots and Key Labels ........................................................................................................ 1
Other Notations ............................................................................................................................. 1
Get Started .................................................................................................................................................... 2
Parts and Functions .............................................................................................................................. 2
Phone Layout ................................................................................................................................ 2
Keys .............................................................................................................................................. 4
Direct Wave Receiver ........................................................................................................................... 4
SIM Card ............................................................................................................................................... 5
Handling SIM Card ........................................................................................................................ 5
Insert SIM Card ............................................................................................................................. 5
Phone Memory/SD Card ....................................................................................................................... 7
Insert SD Card .............................................................................................................................. 8
Unmount SD Card ......................................................................................................................... 9
Remove SD Card ........................................................................................................................ 11
Format SD Card .......................................................................................................................... 12
Charge the Battery .............................................................................................................................. 15
Turn Your Phone On and Off .............................................................................................................. 18
Use the Touchscreen .......................................................................................................................... 19
Activate Your Phone ........................................................................................................................... 23
Complete the Setup Screens .............................................................................................................. 24
Basic Operations ......................................................................................................................................... 27
Basics .................................................................................................................................................. 27
Home Screen and Applications (Apps) List ................................................................................ 27
Select Options and Navigate Screens ........................................................................................ 28
Menu Operations ........................................................................................................................ 28
Phone Settings Menu .................................................................................................................. 29
Portrait and Landscape Screen Orientation ................................................................................ 30
Capture Screenshots .................................................................................................................. 31
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Applications ......................................................................................................................................... 32
Launch Applications .................................................................................................................... 32
Apps List ..................................................................................................................................... 33
Phone Number .................................................................................................................................... 37
Silent Mode/Airplane Mode ................................................................................................................. 38
Silent Mode ................................................................................................................................. 38
Airplane Mode ............................................................................................................................. 40
Enter Text ............................................................................................................................................ 42
Touchscreen Keyboards ............................................................................................................. 42
Google Keyboard ........................................................................................................................ 42
Swype ......................................................................................................................................... 45
Google Voice Typing ................................................................................................................... 48
Tips for Editing Text .................................................................................................................... 49
Google Account................................................................................................................................... 51
Create a Google Account ............................................................................................................ 51
Sign In to Your Google Account.................................................................................................. 57
Google Play Store ............................................................................................................................... 60
Find and Install an App ............................................................................................................... 61
Request a Refund for a Paid App ............................................................................................... 63
Update an App ............................................................................................................................ 63
Uninstall an App .......................................................................................................................... 67
Get Help with Google Play .......................................................................................................... 69
Lock and Unlock Your Screen ............................................................................................................ 71
Update Your Phone............................................................................................................................. 72
Update Your Phone Software ..................................................................................................... 72
Your Phone Interface .................................................................................................................................. 80
Home Screen Basics........................................................................................................................... 80
Home Screen Layout .................................................................................................................. 80
Status Bar ........................................................................................................................................... 81
Notifications Window ........................................................................................................................... 85
Customize the Home Screen .............................................................................................................. 87
Change the Wallpaper ................................................................................................................ 87
Add Shortcuts to the Home Screen ............................................................................................ 88
Add Widgets to the Home Screen .............................................................................................. 89
Add Folders to the Home Screen................................................................................................ 91
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Phone App................................................................................................................................................... 93
Place and Answer Calls ...................................................................................................................... 93
Call Using the Phone Dialer ........................................................................................................ 93
Answer Phone Calls .................................................................................................................... 96
In-Call Screen Layout and Operations ........................................................................................ 99
Place Calls from Contacts/Call History ............................................................................................. 101
Place a Call from Contacts ....................................................................................................... 101
Call from Call History ................................................................................................................ 103
Optional Services .............................................................................................................................. 105
Voicemail Setup ........................................................................................................................ 105
Visual Voicemail ........................................................................................................................ 107
Set Up Visual Voicemail............................................................................................................ 107
Review Visual Voicemail ........................................................................................................... 108
Listen to Multiple Voicemail Messages ..................................................................................... 109
Visual Voicemail Options .......................................................................................................... 110
Configure Visual Voicemail Settings ......................................................................................... 111
Caller ID Blocking ..................................................................................................................... 114
Call Waiting ............................................................................................................................... 114
Conference Calling ................................................................................................................... 116
Call Forwarding ......................................................................................................................... 117
Access Call Settings ......................................................................................................................... 118
Contacts ............................................................................................................................................ 120
Add a Contact ........................................................................................................................... 120
Check Contacts ......................................................................................................................... 124
Contacts Screen Layout ............................................................................................................ 125
Edit a Contact............................................................................................................................ 126
Delete a Contact ....................................................................................................................... 127
Share a Contact ........................................................................................................................ 129
Import Contacts ................................................................................................................................. 131
Back Up Contacts ............................................................................................................................. 133
Messaging and Internet............................................................................................................................. 137
Text and Multimedia Messaging ....................................................................................................... 137
Send a Text Message ............................................................................................................... 137
Send a Multimedia Message (MMS) ......................................................................................... 139
Save and Resume a Draft Message ......................................................................................... 145
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New Messages Notification ....................................................................................................... 147
Manage Message Conversations ............................................................................................. 147
Text and MMS Options ............................................................................................................. 159
Create and Send Gmail .................................................................................................................... 160
Create and Send a Gmail Message .......................................................................................... 161
Check Received Gmail Messages .................................................................................................... 163
Open New Gmail Messages ..................................................................................................... 163
Open Gmail Messages ............................................................................................................. 164
Manage Gmail Messages ................................................................................................................. 166
Use Gmail Labels ...................................................................................................................... 166
Archive Gmail Threads ............................................................................................................. 167
Mute Gmail Threads ................................................................................................................. 168
Delete Gmail Threads ............................................................................................................... 169
Search Gmail Messages ........................................................................................................... 170
Report Spam or Phishing Gmail ............................................................................................... 172
Add Another Google (Gmail) Account ...................................................................................... 173
Switching between Gmail Accounts .......................................................................................... 175
Email ................................................................................................................................................. 177
Set Up an Email Account .......................................................................................................... 177
Add an Email Account ............................................................................................................... 177
Add an Exchange ActiveSync Account ..................................................................................... 181
Compose and Send Email ........................................................................................................ 183
Open New Email Messages...................................................................................................... 185
Open Email Messages .............................................................................................................. 186
Delete an Email Account ........................................................................................................... 188
Manage Your Email Inbox ......................................................................................................... 190
Data Services General Information (4G LTE and 3G Networks) ...................................................... 191
4G LTE ...................................................................................................................................... 191
Your User Name ....................................................................................................................... 192
Data Connection Status and Indicators .................................................................................... 194
Browser ............................................................................................................................................. 194
Use the Browser ....................................................................................................................... 194
Add a Bookmark ....................................................................................................................... 195
View Browser History ................................................................................................................ 197
Use Tabs ................................................................................................................................... 198
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Browser Settings ....................................................................................................................... 205
Camera and Video .................................................................................................................................... 208
Take Pictures and Record Videos .................................................................................................... 208
Take a Picture ........................................................................................................................... 208
Viewfinder Screen ..................................................................................................................... 210
Record Videos .......................................................................................................................... 211
Video Shooting Screen ............................................................................................................. 214
View Pictures and Videos Using Gallery........................................................................................... 215
View Pictures and Videos ......................................................................................................... 215
Edit Pictures ...................................................................................................................................... 216
Share Pictures and Videos ............................................................................................................... 220
Send Pictures or Videos by Email or Gmail .............................................................................. 220
Send a Picture or Video by Multimedia Message ..................................................................... 221
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Send Pictures or Videos Using Bluetooth ............................................................................... 223
Share Pictures and Videos on Facebook ................................................................................. 224
Share Pictures on Picasa .......................................................................................................... 226
Share Videos on YouTube ........................................................................................................ 227
Camera Settings ............................................................................................................................... 228
Switch Camera Mode ................................................................................................................ 229
Set Camera Functions .............................................................................................................. 231
Useful Features ......................................................................................................................................... 233
NASCAR MOBILE............................................................................................................................. 233
Navigation ......................................................................................................................................... 233
Google Maps ............................................................................................................................. 234
Scout ......................................................................................................................................... 236
Hangouts ........................................................................................................................................... 237
Google Search .................................................................................................................................. 239
Use Google Search ................................................................................................................... 240
Use Google Voice Search......................................................................................................... 241
Calculator .......................................................................................................................................... 242
Calendar ............................................................................................................................................ 243
Add an Event to the Calendar ................................................................................................... 244
View Calendar Events ............................................................................................................... 246
Sync Calendars ......................................................................................................................... 248
Synchronize an Exchange ActiveSync Calendar...................................................................... 249
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Clock ................................................................................................................................................. 250
Set Alarms................................................................................................................................. 251
Additional Clock Features ......................................................................................................... 253
Twitter ............................................................................................................................................... 255
Install the Twitter App on Your Phone ...................................................................................... 255
Tweet on Twitter ....................................................................................................................... 255
Facebook .......................................................................................................................................... 256
Install the Facebook App on Your Phone ................................................................................. 256
Use Facebook ........................................................................................................................... 258
YouTube ............................................................................................................................................ 259
View YouTube Videos ............................................................................................................... 259
Post a Video to YouTube .......................................................................................................... 260
Google Play Music App ..................................................................................................................... 262
Play Music with Google Play..................................................................................................... 262
Google Play Music Screen Layout ............................................................................................ 263
Create Playlists in Google Play Music ...................................................................................... 265
Google Wallet.................................................................................................................................... 267
OfficeSuite ......................................................................................................................................... 267
Clip Now ............................................................................................................................................ 269
Connectivity ............................................................................................................................................... 273
Connections Optimizer ...................................................................................................................... 273
Connect to a Computer via USB ....................................................................................................... 275
Wi-Fi .................................................................................................................................................. 280
Turn Wi-Fi On and Connect to a Wireless Network .................................................................. 280
Wi-Fi Settings ............................................................................................................................ 282
Disconnect Wi-Fi ....................................................................................................................... 285
Wi-Fi Direct ............................................................................................................................... 287
Mobile Hotspot .................................................................................................................................. 290
Tethering ........................................................................................................................................... 292
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Bluetooth ......................................................................................................................................... 294
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Bluetooth Information .............................................................................................................. 294
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Enable the Bluetooth Feature ................................................................................................. 294
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Pair Bluetooth Devices ............................................................................................................ 296
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Connect to a Paired Bluetooth Device .................................................................................... 298
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Send Information Using Bluetooth .......................................................................................... 300
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Receive Data via Bluetooth ..................................................................................................... 302
View Your Phone’s Screen on Other Devices .................................................................................. 303
Settings ..................................................................................................................................................... 306
Basic Settings ................................................................................................................................... 306
TTY Mode ................................................................................................................................. 308
Wi-Fi Calling Settings ........................................................................................................................ 310
Wi-Fi Settings Menu .......................................................................................................................... 313
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Bluetooth Settings ........................................................................................................................... 318
Call Settings ...................................................................................................................................... 320
Data Usage Settings ......................................................................................................................... 322
More Settings .................................................................................................................................... 324
Airplane Mode Setting ....................................................................................................................... 326
Default SMS App Settings ................................................................................................................ 327
Tethering & Portable Hotspot Settings.............................................................................................. 328
Virtual Private Networks (VPN) ......................................................................................................... 329
Prepare Your Phone for VPN Connection ................................................................................ 330
Set Up Secure Credential Storage ........................................................................................... 330
Add a VPN Connection ............................................................................................................. 332
Connect to or Disconnect from a VPN ...................................................................................... 335
Mobile Networks Settings ................................................................................................................. 338
Cell Broadcasts Settings ................................................................................................................... 339
Harman/Kardon Audio Settings ........................................................................................................ 340
Sound Settings .................................................................................................................................. 342
Display Settings ................................................................................................................................ 344
Clip Now Settings .............................................................................................................................. 346
Storage Settings................................................................................................................................ 347
USB Connection Settings ................................................................................................................. 349
Battery Settings ................................................................................................................................. 349
Apps Settings .................................................................................................................................... 350
Location Services Settings ................................................................................................................ 352
Security Settings ............................................................................................................................... 355
Lock Screen Settings ................................................................................................................ 364
Language & Input Settings ................................................................................................................ 374
Backup & Reset ................................................................................................................................ 376
Accounts ........................................................................................................................................... 380
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Date & Time Settings ........................................................................................................................ 383
Accessibility Settings......................................................................................................................... 384
Printing .............................................................................................................................................. 386
Activate This Device.......................................................................................................................... 387
System Updates ................................................................................................................................ 389
About Phone ..................................................................................................................................... 390
Copyright Information ........................................................................................................................ 392
For Assistance .......................................................................................................................................... 395
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................ 395
Specifications .................................................................................................................................... 397
Index.......................................................................................................................................................... 399
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Introduction
The following topics describe the basics of using this guide and your new phone.
About the User Guide
Thank you for purchasing your new AQUOS Crystal. The following topics explain how best to use this
guide to get the most out of your phone.
Before Using Your Phone
Read “Get Started” and “Important Information Booklet” thoroughly for proper usage.
Accessible services may be limited by subscription contract conditions.
Descriptions in the User Guide
Note that most descriptions in this guide are based on your phone’s setup at the time of purchase. Unless
otherwise noted, instructions begin from the phone’s home screen, which is displayed by touching
Some operation descriptions may be simplified.
.
Screenshots and Key Labels
Screenshots in the user guide may appear differently on your phone. The status bar and keys displayed
at the bottom of the display are omitted from screenshots where unrequired in explanations. Key labels in
the user guide are simplified for description purposes and differ from your phone’s display.
Other Notations
In the user guide, the phone may be referred to either as “phone,” “device,” or “handset.” microSD™,
microSDHC™ or microSDXC™ card is referred to as an “SD Card,” “memory card,” or “storage card.”
Introduction
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Get Started
The following topics give you all the information you need to set up your phone and wireless service the
first time.
Cautions Handling Your Phone
Touchscreen: Your phone uses liquid crystal in its display. When wearing polarized sunglasses and
depending on the angle, the screen may appear dark or distorted.
Do not put a sticker or shield (commercially-available protective film, privacy protector shield, etc.) on
the display.
Charger/Accessory Jack: Inserting an accessory into the incorrect jack may damage the phone.
Parts and Functions
These topics illustrate your phone’s primary parts and key functions.
Phone Layout
The following illustration outlines your phone’s primary external features.
Part
Description
3.5 mm Headset Jack
Allows you to plug in either a stereo headset or an optional headset for
convenient, hands-free conversations.
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Receiver
Back Key
Lets you hear the other party’s voice during a call. For details on the
receiver, see Direct Wave Receiver.
Lets you return to the previous screen, or close a dialog box, options
menu, the notifications window, or onscreen keyboard (for keyboard,
changes to
). Drag or swipe
up to open Assistant/Google.
Home Key
Returns you to the home screen. Drag or swipe
Assistant/Google.
Self Camera Lens
Takes pictures and records videos while facing the screen, and allows
you to video conference.
Touchscreen
Displays all the information needed to operate your phone, such as the
call status, the Contacts list, and the date and time. Also provides onetouch access to all of your features and applications.
Recent Apps Key
Displays recently-used applications. Drag or swipe
Assistant/Google.
LED
Displays a phone notification, charging status, or alert.
Light Sensor
Detects ambient light level.
Camera
Lets you take pictures and videos.
Charger/Accessory Jack
Allows you to connect the AC adapter or the USB cable (included).
Mic (Recorder Mic)
Captures ambient sounds while recording videos.
Flash
Helps illuminate subjects in low-light environments when the camera is
focusing and capturing a picture or video.
Battery Cover
Accesses SIM card and SD card.
Speaker
Lets you hear the different ringtones and sounds. The speaker also
lets you hear the caller’s voice in speakerphone mode.
Mic
Talk to other party through this.
Get Started
up to open
up to open
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Keys
The following illustration outlines your phone’s keys.
Part
Description
Power Key
Lets you turn the phone on or off or turn the screen on or off, or switch
your phone to silent mode, vibration mode, or airplane mode.
Volume Up/Down Keys
Allows you to adjust the ringtone or media volume or adjust the voice
volume during a call.
Direct Wave Receiver
The phone is equipped with a “Direct Wave Receiver” which transmits sound by vibrating the display
area. You can call without needing to worry about where to place your phone although there is no hole in
the receiver. We recommend the following usage for better hearing.
Hold the Phone to Your Ear
Hold the receiver so that it covers your ear as much as possible and blocks out surrounding noise for
clearer sound. Adjust the position of the phone up, down, left or right to suit your hearing and the
surrounding environment.
Direct Wave Receiver Cautions
Do not put a sticker, sheet, etc. on the display. The other party’s voice may become hard to hear.
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Make sure not to cover the mic with your finger etc. when you talk on the phone.
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When an earphone (commercially available) is connected to the phone, sound is from the
earphone instead of the Direct Wave Receiver.
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How well sound can be heard differs with each individual.
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How well sound can be heard depends on the surrounding environment.
SIM Card
The SIM card is an IC card containing phone number and other customer information.
Handling SIM Card
Keep the following in mind when handling a SIM card.
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Customer is responsible for any damage caused by inserting SIM card in another-brand IC card
reader, etc. The company is not responsible in such case.
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Always keep the IC chip clean.
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Wipe clean with a dry, soft cloth.
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Avoid applying labels. May damage SIM card.
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See instructions included with SIM card for handling.
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SIM card is the property of the company.
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SIM card is replaceable (at cost) in case of loss/damage.
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Return SIM card to the company when cancelling subscription.
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Returned SIM cards are recycled for environmental purposes.
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Note that SIM card specifications and performance may change without notice.
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It is recommended that you keep a separate copy of information that is stored on SIM card. The
company is not responsible for damages from stored information that is lost.
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Always follow emergency procedures to suspend service if your SIM card or phone (SIM card
inserted) is lost/stolen. For details, contact your wireless service provider's customer service.
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Always power off phone before inserting/removing SIM card.
Insert SIM Card
Follow these instructions to insert a SIM card. Remember to power off your phone before inserting a SIM
card.
If your phone has become warm, insert after it has cooled. May cause burns.
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Note: Your phone’s SIM card should be preinstalled.
1. Remove the battery cover.

Lift where marked ○ (indent) and create a gap between the battery cover and the phone.
Continue by sliding your finger completely around the phone under the battery cover to
remove.
2. Insert SIM card in SIM card slot.

Insert gently being careful of SIM card orientation (notch/(gold) IC chip facing downward).
Note: To remove the SIM card, lightly press in and release. After the SIM card pops out, pull it out gently
without bending.
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3. Attach the battery cover.

Press firmly where marked ○ so there are no gaps. Be careful not to press excessively and
damage the battery cover.
Phone Memory/SD Card
Your phone supports the use of an optional SD card (not included) to expand its storage capacity. It
supports cards up to 128 GB. Some cards may not operate properly with your phone.
The phone’s memory is also available for storing data such as system data, apps, and captured
pictures/videos.
SD Card Cautions
Content saved in phone memory/SD card: Content stored in the phone’s memory/SD card may be
altered/lost due to accidents, malfunctions, repairs, phone replacement, or other handling. Back up
important information regularly. The company is not responsible for damages from stored information
that is altered/lost.
Reading/Writing Data: Never power off while reading or writing data.
SD cards used on other mobile phones: A message indicating there is app data on the SD card
may appear if the SD card was used on another mobile phone (a device prior to model upgrade, etc.).
First transfer the data on the SD card to your phone with the following steps to use the data.

Drag the status bar down and open the notifications window > Follow the instructions in the
message.

If there are folders and files with the same names in phone memory as on the SD card, a
prompt appears for whether to overwrite folders/files. Use adequate caution, as overwritten
data in phone memory cannot be restored.
Battery Level: A low battery charge may prevent reading/writing to the SD card.
Phone memory: By default, pictures, videos, and other media files captured on your phone are
saved in phone memory. Applications (third-party) you download may indicate that files are saved to
an SD card, however, they are saved to your phone’s memory.
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Handling SD Card: Use/store SD cards away from the reach of infants. May cause choking if
swallowed.
Insert SD Card
Follow these steps to insert an optional SD card (not included). Make sure to power your phone off before
inserting or removing an SD card.
If your phone has become warm, insert after it has cooled. May cause burns.
1. Remove the battery cover.

Lift where marked ○ (indent) and create a gap between the battery cover and the phone.
Continue by sliding your finger completely around the phone under the battery cover to
remove.
2. Insert SD card.
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Get Started
Insert SD card gently all the way in without bending and with terminals facing downward.
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3. Attach the battery cover.

Press firmly where marked ○ so there are no gaps. Be careful not to press excessively and
damage the battery cover.
Unmount SD Card
Always unmount the SD card before removing it from your phone.
1. From home, touch
Get Started
> Settings
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2. Touch Storage.
3. Touch Unmount SD card.
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4. Touch OK.
The menu option name changes from Unmount SD card to Mount SD card. The card is now
unmounted.
Remove SD Card
Follow these instructions to remove an SD card. Always power the phone off before inserting or removing
an SD card.
If your phone has become warm, remove after it has cooled. May cause burns.
1. Remove the battery cover.
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
Lift where marked ○ (indent) and create a gap between the battery cover and the phone.
Continue by sliding your finger completely around the phone under the battery cover to
remove.
2. Remove SD card.

Pull SD card by tab gently without bending.
3. Attach the battery cover.

Press firmly where marked ○ so there are no gaps. Be careful not to press excessively and
damage the battery cover.
Format SD Card
When you insert an optional SD card for the first time, it is recommended that you format it on your
phone.
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Formatting deletes all SD card files.
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Charge handset while formatting or charge it adequately beforehand.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Storage.
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3. Touch Erase SD card.
4. Touch Erase SD card.
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5. Touch Erase everything.
All data on the SD card is erased, and the card is formatted and mounted for use on your phone.
Charge the Battery
Follow these instructions to charge your phone’s battery using either the included AC adapter or via a
USB connection on your computer.
The battery is built into the phone.
If your phone or the AC adapter is wet, never connect the micro USB plug. May cause fire, malfunction, or
burns due to electric shock or short-circuiting. Always dry before use.
Troubleshooting
Question: LED blinks during charging.
Answer: Battery is not being charged. Charge with specified AC adapter.
Question: Cannot charge while abroad.
Answer: The company is not responsible for any trouble with charging while abroad.
Battery Cautions
Handling cables: Do not pull or twist cables forcefully. Doing so may break wires.
When charging by USB: When your phone and a computer are connected by the micro USB cable
for computer, your phone may turn on automatically. Do not connect your phone and a computer
where use is prohibited, such as on airplanes and in hospitals.
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Storage: To help maintain performance and life of internal battery, do not store in the following
conditions.

Full (immediately after charging is complete)

Exhausted (too low for phone to turn on)
Battery level should be at approximately 40% for optimal storage.
Bulges on internal battery: Depending on usage, bulges may appear near end of battery life; this
does not affect safety.
When using flash: Your phone does not charge while flash is shining. Turning on flash with a low
battery level may cause your phone to close the camera even while charging.
Charge Using the AC Adapter
Charge using the included AC adapter (XN-2QC25).
If your phone or the AC adapter are wet, never connect the micro USB plug.
1. Insert the USB plug on the micro USB cable into the USB port on the AC adapter.
2. Insert the micro USB plug on the AC adapter into the charger/accessory jack on the bottom of
your phone.
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
Inserting the micro USB plug in the wrong orientation may damage the charger/accessory
jack on the bottom of your phone. Insert after checking the contours and orientation of the
micro USB plug.
3. Plug the AC adapter into a standard electrical outlet.
After charging is complete, the LED goes out.

Make sure that the LED glows red (when the battery is almost fully charged, it glows green).
4. After charging, remove the micro USB plug on the AC adapter from the charger/accessory jack
on the bottom of your phone, and unplug from the electrical outlet.
Charge Using a Computer Connection
Charge with the micro USB cable for computer.
Before using a computer connection to charge your phone, ensure that the computer is turned on.
Depending on the type of connection, your phone’s battery may not charge. If your phone or the micro
USB cable for computer are wet, never connect the micro USB plug.
1. Insert the micro USB plug on the micro USB cable for PC into the charger/accessory jack on the
bottom of your phone.
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
Inserting the micro USB plug in the wrong orientation may damage the charger/accessory
jack on the bottom of your phone. Insert after checking the contours and orientation of the
micro USB plug.
2. Insert the USB plug on the micro USB cable for PC into the USB port on your computer.
After charging is complete, the LED goes out.

Make sure that the LED glows red (when the battery is almost fully charged, it glows green).
3. After charging, remove the micro USB cable from both the phone and the computer.
Turn Your Phone On and Off
The instructions below explain how to turn your phone on and off.
Turn Your Phone On
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Press and hold the Power key until the screen displays “SHARP”.
Your phone will power on. Depending on the settings, you may see the lock screen.

When using the phone for the first time, be sure to charge it first before turning it on. If the
battery level is low, the phone may not turn on.

See Lock and Unlock Your Screen and Screen Lock for information about using the screen
lock.

The first time you turn the phone on, you will see the startup screens. See Complete the
Setup Screens for details.

If your phone is not yet activated, see Activate Your Phone for more information.
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Turn Your Phone Off
1. Press and hold the Power key to open the phone options menu.
2. Touch Power off to turn the phone off.
Your phone will power off.
Your screen remains blank while your phone is off (unless the battery is charging).
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Touch Restart and then OK to restart your phone.
Use the Touchscreen
Your phone’s touchscreen lets you control actions through a variety of touch gestures.
Touch
When you want to type using the onscreen keyboard, select items onscreen such as application and
settings icons, or press onscreen buttons, simply touch them with your finger.
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Touch and Hold
To open the available options for an item (for example, a contact or link in a Web page), touch and hold
the item.
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Swipe or Slide
To swipe or slide means to quickly drag your finger vertically or horizontally across the screen.
Drag
To drag, press and hold your finger with some pressure before you start to move your finger. While
dragging, do not release your finger until you have reached the target position.
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Flick
Flicking the screen is similar to swiping, except that you need to swipe your finger in light, quick strokes.
This finger gesture is always in a vertical direction, such as when flicking the contacts or message list.
Rotate
For most screens, you can automatically change the screen orientation from portrait to landscape by
turning the phone sideways. When entering text, you can turn the phone sideways to bring up a bigger
keyboard. See Touchscreen Keyboards for more details.
Note: The Auto-rotate check box needs to be selected for the screen orientation to automatically change.
From home, touch
> Settings
> Display > Auto-rotate screen.
Pinch and Spread
“Pinch” the screen using your thumb and forefinger to zoom out or “spread” the screen to zoom in when
viewing a picture or a Web page. (Move fingers inward to zoom out and outward to zoom in.)
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Activate Your Phone
Follow the instructions below to activate your phone if it has not already been activated. Depending on
your account or how and where you purchased your phone, it may be ready to use or you may need to
contact your network service provider.
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If you purchased your phone at a store, it is probably activated and ready to use.
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If you received your phone in the mail and it is for a new wireless account or a new line of service,
it is designed to activate automatically.
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When you turn the phone on for the first time, you should see a Hands Free Activation
screen, which may be followed by a PRL Update screen and a Firmware Update screen.
Follow the onscreen instructions to continue.
If you received your phone in the mail and you are activating a new phone for an existing number
on your account (you’re swapping phones), you will need to contact your wireless network service
provider to activate the number on your new phone.
To confirm activation, make a phone call. If your phone is still not activated or you do not have access to
the Internet, contact your wireless service provider.
Tip: Do not press the Power key while the phone is being activated. Pressing the Power key cancels the
activation process.
Note: If you are having any difficulty with activation, contact your wireless service provider from another
phone.
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Complete the Setup Screens
The setup screens help you set up certain features and preferences on your phone. Once your phone has
been turned on, you will see a Welcome message. You can then complete the setup process.
Note: You may be able to complete the setup screens before your phone has been activated on your
wireless account.
Note: During or after setup, you may see a Connections Optimizer notice. Read the notice and touch I
agree to allow your phone to connect automatically to the best available data network, including Wi-Fi. To
turn Connections Optimizer off at any time, from home, touch
> Settings
> More… > Mobile
networks > Automatic Connections > Connections Optimizer and uncheck the box. See Connections
Optimizer for details.
1. From the Welcome screen, select a language (if prompted) and touch
to get started.
Note: On the Welcome screen, there may also be an Accessibility button. If you are visually impaired or
hard of hearing, touch Accessibility to change the accessibility settings.
2. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete each section. For each topic, you will have the
option to skip it and continue to the next screen.

Get Started
Select Wi-Fi – If prompted, follow the prompts to sign in to an available Wi-Fi network. For
secured Wi-Fi networks, you will need to enter a password. See Wi-Fi for more details.
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

Get Started
Got Google? – Touch Yes and complete the steps to sign in to your current Google account,
or touch No to sign up for a new Google account. You can also skip signing in to your Google
account, or sign in later.
•
Google services – Select your Google services options, such as Backup & Restore,
Location and Communication.
•
Set up payment info – Select a payment option when purchasing on Google Play.
Touch Continue and follow the onscreen instructions. To set up later, touch NOT NOW.
This phone belongs to… – If applicable, enter your first and last name and touch
information is used by the phone to personalize certain apps.
. This
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Your phone is now set up for use. If you skipped any part of the setup, you can access additional
options through the Apps screen or through Settings.
Note: You do not need to sign up for a Google account to use your phone. However, to download apps
from the Google Play Store app, you must link your phone to a Google account.
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Basic Operations
The following topics outline basic features and operations of your phone.
Basics
The following topics offer an overview of your phone’s basic operations.
Home Screen and Applications (Apps) List
Most of your phone’s operations originate from the home screen or the apps list.
For information about using the home screen, see Home Screen Basics.
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Select Options and Navigate Screens
Touch icons, onscreen keys, and other items to open or activate the assigned function.
●
Touch
to return to the previous screen.
Menu Operations
You can display options menus using the app-specific menu icon, or by touching and holding a screen
area, depending on your current app.
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■
Touch
to view available settings and options.
Phone Settings Menu
You can customize your phone’s settings and options through the Settings menu.
■
From home, touch
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> Settings
.
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– or –
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Drag the status bar down and touch
> SETTINGS
.
For more information, see Settings.
Portrait and Landscape Screen Orientation
The default orientation for your phone’s screen is portrait (vertical), but many apps will change to
landscape orientation (widescreen) when you rotate the phone sideways.
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●
Not all screens will adjust for landscape orientation.
Note: The Auto-rotate check box needs to be selected for the screen orientation to automatically change.
From home, touch
> Settings
> Display > Auto-rotate screen.
Capture Screenshots
You can use your phone’s Power key and Volume Down key to capture screenshots.
■
Press and hold the Power key and Volume Down key at the same time to capture a screenshot
of the current screen.
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The current screenshot will be captured and stored in the Screenshot album in the phone’s
Gallery. From home, touch
> Gallery
.
Note: You can capture and manage screenshots more easily by using Clip Now. For more information on
Clip Now, see Clip Now.
Applications
The following topics describe how to access the applications (apps) list and launch apps on your phone.
Launch Applications
All installed apps can be accessed and launched from the apps list.
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1. From home, touch
.
The apps list opens.
2. Touch an app icon to launch the corresponding application. You may need to scroll left or right to
find a specific app.
The application opens.
Apps List
The apps list expands to include any apps you download and install on your phone. The following table
outlines the primary apps that have been preinstalled on your phone.
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App
Function/Service
1Weather
Get real-time local weather and worldwide forecasts on the free 1Weather
app.
Amazon
Shop for items from a broad range of products available on Amazon. Search
by keyword or by scanning a barcode.
Assistant
Assistant is a talking personal assistant. By speaking to your phone, your
assistant finds information, launches applications, etc. Also, it can connect
you to Web services such as Google, Twitter, Facebook, and more.
Calculator
Use basic math, percent, and root operations. Includes memory function for a
variety of operations.
Calendar
Check a calendar and manage a scheduled events. Toggle between day,
week, and month calendar views. You can also sync online with Google
Calendar.
Camera
Take pictures or videos with the autofocus-capable camera. You can change
picture size, white balance, and other settings to take pictures/videos.
Continuous shooting is also possible. You can also display setting icons to
make setting changes easily.
Chrome
Access the Internet for Web searches and surfing. Supports syncing with your
computer’s Chrome app to link with bookmarks and other data. Also supports
privacy features such as an incognito tab.
Clip Now
You can view and manage screenshots captured using Clip Now.
Clock
Use the alarm, world clock, stopwatch, and timer. Check times in different
regions around the world with the world clock. You can also add regions and
check times for several regions simultaneously.
Downloads
Use the browser to check a list of all downloaded files. Files that are sorted
by time can be re-sorted by size, and you can select and delete several
downloaded files together.
Drive
Google Drive is Google’s online storage service. You can save and share
files with Google Drive.
eBay
Browse, bid, buy, sell, and manage your eBay listings on the go.
Email
Registering an email account allows you to send and receive home and office
Internet mail on the go. You can register several Internet mail accounts on
your phone.
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Eureka Offers
The Eureka Offers app lets you find local and major brand deals and special
offers, scan and load store cards, share good finds, and more.
Gallery
You can view and edit pictures or videos taken with your phone or
downloaded, as well as share them with friends.
Gmail
Allows you to use Gmail, Google’s email service, anywhere and at any time.
Enter keywords to search mail and add labels to sort your mail.
Google
Use Google Search to look for Internet information and apps for your phone.
View Web pages around the world as well as different information such as
maps, videos, business locations, and train routes.
Google Settings
Google settings app allows you to access Google+ and apps linked to
Google+, as well as complete settings all together for Google Maps, Google
Search, and other Google services.
Google+
Google’s social networking service. You can group and register your friends,
family, friends with the same interest, etc., in circles and share information
with users in those circles.
Hangouts
Use pictures, emoji, video hangout, etc., to enjoy free-of-charge
conversations one-on-one or in a group. You can also elect to use Hangouts
as your phone’s default messaging app for text and multimedia messages.
Lookout Security
The Lookout Security and Antivirus app offers protection against mobile
threats, phone loss, and theft.
Lumen Toolbar
Install the Lumen Toolbar in your browser for more enjoyable and convenient
browsing, including Web page sharing (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), app
searches/downloads, etc. You can also customize the Lumen Toolbar.
Maps
Google’s location app lets you display a map of your current location or
search for a route to a destination. You can view traffic information and aerial
views. Street view, 3D view, as well as a compass mode are available.
Messaging
Use SMS (Short Message Service) and MMS (Multimedia Message Service).
SMS allows short messaging between mobile phones. MMS allows you to
send/receive pictures, audio, videos, etc., together with your message.
Messaging+
Text, chat, video call, share files and more with Messaging Plus, the app that
brings your conversations to life.
NASCAR
NASCAR Mobile is the official app of NASCAR. This app provides easy
enjoyment of the latest news, videos, LIVE NASCAR events, Live
Leaderboard, etc.
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NBA Game Time
NBA Game Time gives you unlimited live coverage of every NBA game. Get
stats, scores, rosters, updates, and more.
NextRadio
Enjoy FM radio. Check album covers and music information, purchase new
favorites, share music on Facebook or Twitter, etc.
OfficeSuite
This application allows you to view or create Microsoft
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Word /Excel /PowerPoint files, PDFs, etc.
People
Add phone numbers and email addresses. In addition to an email address,
you can add a birthday, nickname, etc. You can also set a ringtone for each
added contact.
Phone
Place and receive phone calls. Also allows you to call abroad. You can view
incoming and outgoing call logs to check calls, or place a call from the logs.
Photos
You can view and edit pictures or videos taken with your phone, as well as
back up them on Google+.
Play Books
Read your favorite books and authors from anywhere. Select from among
millions of books, including new titles, New York Times best sellers, up-andcoming authors, and free books.
Play Games
Enjoy Google Play games in one place. You can discover new games,
manage your game playing and scores, and enjoy multiplay with friends
around the world easily.
Play Movies & TV
You can use the Google Play Movies & TV app to watch movies and TV
shows you have rented or purchased from the Google Play Store app as well
as personal videos you have stored on your phone.
Play Music
The Play Music application works with Google Play Music, Google’s online
music store and streaming service. You can stream via mobile data or Wi-Fi
and listen to favorite songs that you’ve added to your online Google Play
Music library. You can also play audio files you’ve copied directly to your
device from a computer.
Play Newsstand
Check a variety of news information (free/paid) at one location. Also enjoy
audio and video.
Play Store
Download a variety of apps (free/paid) from Google Play. Change your phone
setting for manual/automatic updating of downloaded apps.
Scout
Scout™ is a daily personal navigator designed to save you time and money
with hassle-free GPS navigation, local search and live traffic.
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Settings
You can change and check all phone settings, including sound/vibration,
wallpaper/display, basic settings, as well as app settings for calls, email, and
browser.
Spotify
Spotify is a worldwide music streaming service. You can access and choose
from millions of tracks, listen to artists and albums, or create your own playlist
of your favorite songs.
Voice Dialer
Use Voice Dialer to make calls and launch apps using just your voice.
Voice Search
Speak search keywords into your phone instead of typing to search for a
variety of information. Displays a range of information including websites,
maps, videos, locations/train routes to businesses, etc.
Voicemail
You can quickly access messages from the message list without dialing
voicemail. Easily select, play back, and erase messages as well as call back,
etc.
YouTube
Enjoy the many different video contents uploaded to YouTube. You can play
back videos on your phone in high-quality mode.
Applications other than the above may appear.
Phone Number
Follow the instructions below to display your phone’s wireless phone number.
1. From home, touch
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> Settings
.
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2. Touch About phone.
3. Touch Status.
You will see the number listed under “My phone number”.
Silent Mode/Airplane Mode
The following topics explain how to use your phone’s Silent Mode and Airplane Mode settings.
Silent Mode
Silent mode sets your phone’s ringtone, operation sounds, notifications, etc., not to sound to avoid
disturbing others around you.
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Note: Camera shutter, video start/stop tones, and certain other sounds may still be active during silent
mode.
To set silent mode:
1. Press and hold the Power key to display the device options menu.
2. Touch
.
Your phone is now in silent mode.
To restore sound settings:
1. Press and hold the Power key to display the device options menu.
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2. Touch
.
Your phone’s sound settings are now restored.
Airplane Mode
Airplane mode turns off all functions that emit or receive signals, while leaving your phone on so you can
use apps that don’t require a signal or data.
Airplane Mode Cautions
®
If you turn on airplane mode while Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are enabled, connectivity with either is then
disabled. Any data communication occurring when airplane mode is turned on are discontinued.
®
If Wi-Fi or Bluetooth are turned on after turning on airplane mode, you can connect with Wi-Fi or
®
Bluetooth even while in airplane mode. Use these functions after confirming that communication is
permitted in your location.
To turn on airplane mode:
1. Press and hold the Power key to display the device options menu.
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2. Touch Airplane mode.
Your phone is now in airplane mode. You will see the airplane mode icon
in the status bar.
To turn off airplane mode:
1. Press and hold the Power key to display the device options menu.
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2. Touch Airplane mode.
Your phone’s wireless connection features are now restored.
Enter Text
You can type on your phone using one of the available touchscreen keyboards or Google voice typing.
Touchscreen Keyboards
Your phone offers you a choice of two touchscreen keyboards for entering text. The keyboard appears
automatically onscreen when you touch a text entry field, and they can be used in either portrait or
landscape mode. You can also use the Google voice typing option to enter text using your voice (see
Google Voice Typing for details).
The methods available include:
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Google keyboard lets you use a traditional QWERTY setup to enter text. Additional options
expand your ability to enter text faster and more accurately. See Google Keyboard for details.
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Swype lets you enter letters and words in one continuous motion by swiping your finger across
the letters. See Swype for details.
Google Keyboard
The Google keyboard offers a traditional QWERTY keyboard setup for entering text by touching keys (like
on a computer), along with enhancements and options that allow you to enter text faster and more
accurately, such as continuous key input, personalized usage dictionaries, and more.
For Google Keyboard settings, see Language & Input Settings.
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Assigning Google Keyboard for Text Entry
1. From home, touch
> Settings
> Language & input.
2. Touch Default.

When the Google Keyboard check box is not selected, enter the check mark in the box.
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3. Select Google Keyboard.
Using Google Keyboard
●
Touch
to change the case of the text. Touch twice quickly to switch to all capitals.
●
Touch
to switch to a keyboard for entering symbols.
●
Touch
●
Touch
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to enter a period. Touch and hold
to enter a symbol.
to enter emoji.
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●
Touch
to delete text.
●
Touch
to switch to Google voice typing. Touch and hold to configure input settings.
●
If Swype is enabled in addition to Google Keyboard, touch and hold Space bar and then you can
choose the input method.
Swype
The Swype™ keyboard lets you enter words by drawing a path from letter to letter in one continuous
motion. When you enter the first letter of a next word, a space is automatically added.
For Swype settings, see Language & Input Settings.
Assigning Swype for Text Entry
1. From home, touch
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> Settings
> Language & input.
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2. Touch Default.

When the Swype check box is not selected, enter the check mark in the box.
3. Select Swype.
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Using Swype
1. Touch the text entry field to display the onscreen keyboard.
2. Slide your finger slowly across each letter of the word you want to input.
3. Release your finger when the word you want is displayed in the middle of the suggestion strip.
Touch a word to select it.
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For more information about using Swype and its additional capabilities, including using voice entry and
personalizing your Swype dictionary, touch and hold
from the Swype keyboard display and then touch
Help > How to Swype. You can also visit swype.com for more information.
Google Voice Typing
Google voice typing uses Google voice recognition to convert speech to text.
For Google voice typing settings, see Language & Input Settings.
1. Touch
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or
from a screen where you can enter text.
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2. Speak into the phone.

If the text is incorrect, touch DELETE.

Touch English (US) (depends on selected language) to switch to the language that Google
voice typing is to recognize. Select the language you want to use beforehand by touching
Add more languages and clearing the check box.

Touch
to return to the onscreen keyboard.
Tips for Editing Text
These tips allow you to cut or copy selected text and paste it into a separate selected area. For more
information on entering text, see Language & Input Settings.
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1. In a text entry field, touch and hold or touch the text twice quickly.
2. Drag

and
to the left or right to select the desired text.
Touch Select all
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3. Touch an option at the top of the screen.

Cut: Remove the selected text and saves it to the clipboard.

Copy: Copy the selected text to the clipboard.

Paste: Overwrite the selected text with the last copied or cut text. To insert it, touch the
position you want to insert at, and touch
cut or copied text.
> PASTE. This icon will appear when you have
Google Account
You will need a Google account to access several phone features such as Gmail, Google Maps,
Hangouts, and the Google Play applications. Before you are able to access Google applications, you
must enter your account information. These applications sync between your phone and your online
Google account.
Google Account Cautions
Google account email address and password: Be careful not to forget your Google account email
address and password.
Phone operation and display when using your Google account: Operation and display may be
changed due to automatic app updates, etc.
Create a Google Account
If you do not already have a Google account, you can create one online or using your phone.
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Note: You can also create and sign into your Google/Gmail account through your phone’s Setup
application.
Note: Although you need a Gmail account to use certain features of your phone, such as Google Play,
you do not need to use Gmail as the default account for your phone.
Create a Google Account Online
1. From a computer, launch a Web browser and navigate to google.com.
2. On the main page, click Sign in > Create an account.
3. Follow the onscreen prompts to create your free account.
4. Look for an email from Google in the email box you provided, and respond to the email to confirm
and activate your new account.
Create a Google Account Using Your Phone
1. From home, touch
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> Settings
> Add account.
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2. Touch Google and then touch New.
3. Enter your First name and Last name, and then touch
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4. Enter a desired Username, and then touch
.
5. When prompted, enter and re-enter a password and then touch
.
6. Touch Set up recovery options, and then enter a phone number and secondary email address.
Specify your region and then touch
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
If you touched Not now, proceed to step 7.
Note: When setting up a new Google account, either on your phone or online, you will be prompted to
add a secondary email address. Enter a second Gmail address or any other email address from which
you currently send and receive email. This address is used to authenticate your account should you ever
encounter problems or forget your password. It is strongly encouraged for Android users so you can
regain access to Google services and purchases on your phone.
7. Select whether to back up your system settings, etc. to your Google account, specify whether to
receive news and other information from Google Play, and then touch
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8. Touch I accept, enter the displayed text, and then touch
.
9. Touch Not now.

To use Google+, touch Get started and follow the onscreen instructions.
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10. Touch NOT NOW.

To specify a payment method, touch an option > Continue, and then follow the onscreen
instructions.
You are signed in to your Google account, and your phone will be synchronized with it.
Sign In to Your Google Account
If you have a Google account but have not yet signed in with your phone, follow these instructions to sign
in to your Google account.
1. From home, touch
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> Settings
> Add account.
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2. Touch Google, and then touch Existing.
3. Enter your Gmail username and password, and then touch
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4. After touching OK in the confirmation screen, touch Not now.

To use Google+, touch Get started and follow the onscreen instructions.
5. Select whether to back up your system settings, etc., to your Google account, specify whether to
receive news and other information from Google Play, and then touch
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6. Touch NOT NOW.

To specify a payment method, touch an option > Continue, and then follow the onscreen
instructions.
You are signed in to your Google account, and your phone will be synchronized with it.
Google Play Store
Google Play™ is the place to go to find new Android apps, books, movies, and music for your phone.
Choose from a wide variety of free and paid content ranging from productivity apps and games to
bestselling books and blockbuster movies and music. When you find what you want, you can easily
download and install it on your phone.
To access the Google Play store app, you must first connect to the Internet using your phone’s Wi-Fi or
mobile data connection and sign in to your Google account. See Browser and Sign In to Your Google
Account for details.
Google Play Cautions
Installing Applications: Many different kinds of applications can be installed on your phone from
Google Play (provided by Google Inc.). The company is not responsible in any way for user-installed
applications (quality, reliability, legality, fitness for a purpose, credibility, accuracy, etc.) or resulting
malfunctions (viruses, etc.).
Purchasing Applications: Purchase apps at your own risk. The company is not responsible for any
disadvantage resulting for user or third parties.
Phone operation and display when using Google Play: Operation and display may be changed
due to automatic app updates, etc.
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Important: Our policies often do not apply to third-party applications. Third-party applications may access
your personal information or require us to disclose your customer information to the third-party application
provider. To find out how a third-party application will collect, access, use, or disclose your personal
information, check the application provider’s policies, which can usually be found on their website. If you
aren’t comfortable with the third-party application’s policies, don’t use the application.
Find and Install an App
When you install apps from Google Play app and use them on your phone, they may require access to
your personal information (such as your location, contact data, and more) or access to certain functions
or settings of your phone. Download and install only apps that you trust.
1. From home, touch
> Play Store
.
2. When you open the Google Play store app for the first time, the Terms of Service window will
appear. Touch Accept to continue.
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3. Browse through the categories (Apps, Games, Movies & TV, Music, Books, or Newsstand),
find an item you’re interested in, and touch the name.

Browse through featured apps. Scroll through the list of featured apps when you open Google
Play.

Search for an app. Touch Search Google Play
on the Google Play home screen, enter
the name or type of app you’re looking for, and then touch
on the keyboard.
4. Touch an app to read a description about the app and user reviews.
5. Touch INSTALL (for free applications) or the price (for paid applications).
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Note: You can use a Google Wallet account to purchase items on Google Play. See Google Wallet to set
up a Google Wallet account if you do not have one.
6. The subsequent screen notifies you whether the app will require access to your personal
information or access to certain functions or settings of your phone. If you agree to the conditions,
touch ACCEPT to begin downloading and installing the app.

If you selected a paid application, after touching ACCEPT, a screen for selecting a payment
method appears before the application is downloaded to your phone.
The selected app is downloaded and installed on your phone.
Warning: Read the notification carefully! Be especially cautious with applications that have access to
many functions or a significant amount of your data. Once you touch OK on this screen, you are
responsible for the results of using this item on your phone.
Purchasing Applications
Purchase apps at your own risk. The company is not responsible for any disadvantage resulting for
user or third parties.
Request a Refund for a Paid App
If you are not satisfied with an app, you can ask for a refund within 15 minutes of the purchase. Your
credit card is not charged and the app is uninstalled from your phone.
If you change your mind, you can install the app again, but you can’t request a refund a second time.
1. From home, touch
2. Touch
> Play Store
.
> My apps.
3. Touch the app to uninstall for a refund. The details screen for the app opens.
4. Touch REFUND, and then touch Yes to confirm. Your app is uninstalled and the charge is
cancelled.
Update an App
Depending on your settings, many apps will update automatically, or you can update apps directly from
the Play Store app.
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Update an App Directly
1. From home, touch
2. Touch
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> Play Store
.
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3. Touch My apps.
4. Touch the app you want to update, and then touch UPDATE > ACCEPT/CONTINUE.
The app update is downloaded and installed.
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Set Automatic App Updates
1. From home, touch
2. Touch
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> Play Store
.
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3. Touch My apps.
4. Touch the app you want to set for auto-update, and then touch
when the check mark is entered.)
> Auto-update. (Enabled
The app is set to update automatically whenever an update becomes available.
Note: Automatic updates are unavailable for some apps.
Uninstall an App
You can uninstall any app that you have downloaded and installed from Google Play.
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1. From home, touch
2. Touch
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> Play Store
.
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3. Touch My apps.
4. On the Installed screen, touch the app you want to uninstall, and then touch UNINSTALL > OK.
The app is uninstalled and removed from your phone.
Get Help with Google Play
The Google Play store app offers an online help option if you have questions or want to know more about
the app.
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1. From home, touch
2. Touch
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> Play Store
.
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3. Touch HELP.
The Web browser will take you to the Google Play Help Web page, where you will find
comprehensive, categorized information about Google Play.
Lock and Unlock Your Screen
Your phone allows you to quickly turn the screen off when not in use and to turn it back on and unlock it
when you need it.
Turn the Screen Off When Not in Use
■
To quickly turn the screen off, press the Power key. Pressing the Power key again or receiving
an incoming call will turn on your phone screen and show the lock screen.
To save battery power, the phone automatically turns off the screen after a certain period of time when
you leave it idle. You will still be able to receive messages and calls while the phone’s screen is off.
Note: For information on how to adjust the time before the screen turns off, see Display Settings.
Turn the Screen On and Unlock It
1. To turn the screen on, press the Power key.
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The lock screen appears.
2. Slide the lock icon
in any direction to unlock the screen.
The screen is unlocked.

If you have set up a screen lock, you will be prompted to draw the pattern or enter the
password or PIN. See Screen Lock.
Update Your Phone
From time to time, updates may become available for your phone. You can download and apply updates
through the Settings > System updates menu.
Software Update Cautions
During update: The phone cannot be used until the software update is complete. It may take time to
update your phone’s software.
Signal during update: Update your phone where signal reception is good, and do not change
location during the update process. Make sure the battery is adequately charged before beginning an
update. A weak signal or low battery during an update may cause the update to fail. An update failure
may disable the phone.
Other functions during update: Other phone functions cannot be used during a software update.
Update Your Phone Software
You can update your phone’s software using the System updates option.
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Before Updating Your Phone
Updating your phone may result in a loss of saved data depending on the condition of your phone
(malfunctioning, damaged, water seepage, etc.). You must back up all critical information before updating
your phone firmware. The company is not responsible for damages from stored information or settings
that are altered/lost due to malfunction, repairs, or other handling.
Back Up All Data Prior to Update
To back up your Gmail information:
1. From home, touch

> Settings
> Google.
If Google is not displayed on the screen, add a Google account. See Google Account for
details.
2. Touch the account, and then touch to checkmark the sync item and enable the feature.
Checked items automatically synchronize whenever a change is made.
3. Touch
> Sync now to sync your Google account information.
To back up your Exchange Mail information:
1. From home, touch

> Settings
> Corporate.
If Corporate is not displayed on the screen, add an email account. See Set Up an Email
Account for details.
2. Touch the account, and then touch to checkmark the sync item and enable the feature.
Checked items automatically synchronize whenever a change is made.
3. Touch
> Sync now to sync your Exchange Mail Account information.
To back up stored text messages:
1. From home, touch
> Messaging
.
2. Select the text message from the list to view the message thread.
3. Touch and hold on a portion of the text message from the string. The Message options context
menu appears.
Note: You can back up stored text messages by forwarding them to your own phone number. Open the
messages after you have updated your firmware.
4. Touch Forward.
5. Enter your phone number and touch
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To back up your Google apps:
Your Google app purchases are reloaded remotely and can be re-installed after the update is applied.
1. From home, touch
2. Touch
> Play Store
.
> My apps > ALL tab.
3. Scroll through the list of previously downloaded Google apps and choose those you wish to
reinstall.
4. Follow the onscreen instructions.
As an added precaution, to preserve any data on your SD card, please unmount it from your phone prior
to starting the update process. From home, touch
> Settings
> Storage > Unmount SD card.
Update Your Phone’s Software
Once you have backed up all your data, use System updates options to update your phone’s internal
software.
1. From home, touch
Basic Operations
> Settings
.
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2. Touch System updates to use the following options:
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Update PRL: Download the latest Preferred Roaming List (PRL), used by your phone to
access the network.

Update Profile: Update the user profile related to your wireless service account. If you
choose to change your user name online, use this option to update the user name on your
phone.
Note: If your data services or account syncing ever seems to go out unexpectedly, use this feature to
reconnect with the network.

Update Sharp software: Upgrade to the latest software available for your phone.
If the System Update Available icon (
Basic Operations
) appears in the status bar, do the following:
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1. Locate the System Update Available icon (
) in notifications.
2. Drag the status bar down.
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3. Touch Software update to open the Sharp software update.
4. Touch Yes.
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5. Touch Yes and install to complete the process.
6. Touch Update now.
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Confirm Your Current Phone Software
1. From home, touch
> Settings
> About phone.
2. Locate the software version read-only field.
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Your Phone Interface
The following topics describe how to use and customize your phone’s home screen, understand the
status bar, and use the notifications window.
Home Screen Basics
The home screen is the starting point for your phone’s applications, functions, and menus. You can
customize your home screen by adding application icons, shortcuts, folders, widgets, and more.
Home Screen Layout
Your home screen extends beyond the initial screen. Swipe the screen left or right to display additional
screens.
Item
Description
Notification Area
The notification area of the status bar (on the left) displays notifications for
incoming messages, missed calls, application updates, and more.
Status Bar
The status bar displays icons to notify you of your phone’s status (on the right
side) and notifications (on the left side).
Back Key
Touch to return to the previous screen. Drag or swipe
Assistant/Google.
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Home Key
Touch to display the main home screen. Drag or swipe
Assistant/Google.
Status Area
The status area of the status bar (on the right) displays phone and service
status information such as signal strength, battery status, Wi-Fi and data
connectivity, ringer status, and time.
Widget
Widgets are self-contained onscreen apps that reside on your phone’s home
screen.
Application Icons
Application icons are shortcuts to favorite applications. You can add and
remove these shortcuts as you wish.
Primary Shortcuts
Primary shortcuts are application shortcuts that appear in the same location
on all of your phone’s home screens. These are customizable except for the
Applications (Apps) shortcut, which remains static.
Applications (Apps)
List Key
Recent Apps Key
Tip: Touch
up to open
Touch to open the applications (Apps) list. The apps list key is a primary
shortcut available from all home screens.
Touch to display recently-used applications. Drag or swipe
Assistant/Google.
up to open
to return to the main home screen from any other screen.
Extended Home Screens
In addition to the main home screen, your phone has four extended home screens to provide more space
for adding icons, widgets, and more. Touch and hold the icon or widget and then drag across the screen
to move from the main screen to an extended screen.
Status Bar
The status bar at the top of the home screen provides phone and service status information on the right
side and notification alerts on the left. To view the notifications window or access the quick settings menu,
touch the status bar and drag it down.
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Status Bar Layout
Main Notification Icons
Icon
Notification
Stay On active
new emergency notification
arriving call
arriving HD Voice call
missed call
new voicemail
new email
new Gmail
new text or MMS message
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new Hangout message
event
USB connection
alarm
warning
update available
update downloading
update successful
keyboard active
obtaining location information
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Bluetooth data receive request
SD card unmounted
reading SD card
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LiveStage active
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Clari-Fi active
more notifications available (drag down to view)
Main Status Icons
Icon
Status
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Bluetooth active
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Bluetooth connection
GPS active
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Wi-Fi active
downloading
vibrate
silent
speakerphone active
network (full signal)
network (roaming)
Out of service area
Enhanced 4G LTE data service (where available)
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3G (data service)
airplane mode
alarm set
battery (charging)
battery (full charge)
Notifications Window
Drag the status bar down to open the notifications window. From there, you can check notifications,
download updates, open messaging apps, use the quick settings menu, and more.
Open the Notifications Window
■
Drag the status bar down. (Slide your finger down from the top of the screen.)
The notifications window opens. To check notifications, touch an item in the list.
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Close the Notifications Window
■
Drag the notifications window up. (Slide your finger up from the bottom of the screen.)
– or –
■
Touch
to close the notifications window.
Notifications Window Layout
The notifications window gives you access to both notifications and the quick settings menu.
Quick Settings Menu Layout
The quick settings menu lets you check the status of the phone and services and change settings by
directly accessing the various settings menus.
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Customize the Home Screen
Learn how to set the wallpaper and add, move, or remove shortcuts, widgets, and folders from the home
screen.
Operations for Rearranging the Home Screen
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Moving Widgets and Icons: From home, touch and hold an item and then drag it to the desired
location.
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Deleting Widgets and Icons: From home, touch and hold an item and then drag it to Remove.
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Changing Folder Names: From home, touch the folder to open it, and then touch the folder
name. Type a new name and then touch Done.
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Displaying the Choose wallpaper from menu: From home, touch and hold an empty space to
display the Choose wallpaper from menu.
Change the Wallpaper
Select and assign your phone’s background wallpaper.
1. From home, touch and hold an empty space.
The Choose wallpaper from menu appears.

You can also access the wallpaper menu through settings. Touch
Display > Wallpaper.
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>
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2. Select your desired wallpaper from Gallery, Live Wallpapers, Photos, or Wallpapers.
3. Touch Set wallpaper/SET WALLPAPER.
The wallpaper is set.
Note: If you select Gallery, you will need to select an album and a picture. Drag the wallpaper or
pinch/spread the screen to reduce/enlarge the wallpaper so it is centered in the screen.
Note: If you select Live Wallpapers, depending on the live wallpaper, you can touch Settings... to select
custom animation settings, etc. before touching Set wallpaper.
Add Shortcuts to the Home Screen
You can add shortcuts for quick access to favorite apps from the home screen.
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1. From home, touch
.
The Apps list opens.
2. Touch and hold an app icon.
The icon will disengage and you will see thumbnails of your home screens.
3. Drag the icon to an empty location on one of the home screens.
The shortcut is added to the home screen.
Add Widgets to the Home Screen
You can add widgets to your phone’s home screen. Widgets are self-contained apps that display on a
home screen. Unlike a shortcut, the Widget works like as an onscreen application. There are all kinds of
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widgets, including links to a specific contact, Internet bookmarks, Facebook status windows, Gmail and
email accounts, and many others.
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1. From home, touch
.
The Apps list opens.
2. Touch the WIDGETS tab at the top of the Apps list.
3. Touch and hold a widget icon.
The icon will disengage and you will see thumbnails of your home screens.
4. Drag the icon to an empty location on one of the home screens.
The widget is added to the home screen.

If prompted, follow the onscreen instructions.
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Add Folders to the Home Screen
You can group home screen shortcuts into folders for convenient access.
1. Touch and hold a shortcut you want to place in a folder, and then drag it to above another
shortcut.
A new folder is created.
2. To create a name, touch the folder, then Unnamed Folder, and enter a name.
3. To add more app shortcuts to the folder, touch and hold a shortcut and drag it on top of the new
folder.
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The new shortcut is added to the folder.
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Phone App
The following topics outline the use of your device’s phone app to place and receive calls, use voicemail,
set up and manage contacts, and more.
Place and Answer Calls
The following topics describe how to directly dial calls, how to answer incoming calls, and how to use the
in-call screen options.
Troubleshooting
Question: Call does not connect.
Answer 1: Was the number dialed using the area code? Try dialing the number starting with “0”.
Answer 2: Are you in an area with poor wireless coverage? Try calling again from another area.
Emergency Call Cautions
Emergency calls are restricted in Airplane mode.
Call Using the Phone Dialer
The most “traditional” way to place a call is by using the phone’s dialer screen.
1. From home, touch
Phone App
> Phone
>
to display the dialer screen.
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2. Touch the number keys on the dialpad to enter the phone number.

As you enter digits, Smart Dial searches for contacts that match. If you see the number you
want to dial, touch it to place the call immediately without entering the rest of the number.

Touch Add to contacts to add the entered number into your contacts list.
3. Touch
to call the number.
The phone dials the number. The call begins when the other party answers.

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Your phone’s screen automatically locks during a call. See Screen Auto-Locking During a
Call for details.
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4. To end the call, touch
.
The call ends.
Call Emergency Numbers
You can place calls to 9-1-1 even if the phone’s screen is locked or your account is restricted.
To call the 9-1-1 emergency number when the phone’s screen is locked with a screen lock:
1. From the lock screen, touch EMERGENCY CALL.
2. Touch
.
As long as you are in an area covered by wireless service, the emergency call is placed.
To call the 9-1-1 emergency number normally or when your account is restricted:
1. Unlock the screen. For more information, see Lock and Unlock Your Screen.
2. From home, touch
3. Touch
> Phone
>
.
.
As long as you are in an area covered by wireless service, the emergency call is placed.
Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) Information
This phone features an embedded Global Positioning System (GPS) chip necessary for utilizing E9-1-1
emergency location services where available.
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When you place an emergency 9-1-1 call, the GPS feature of your phone seeks information to calculate
your approximate location. Depending on several variables, including availability and access to satellite
signals, it may take up to 30 seconds or more to determine and report your approximate location.
Important: Always report your location to the 9-1-1 operator when placing an emergency call. Some
designated emergency call takers, known as Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs), may not be
equipped to receive GPS location information from your phone.
Answer Phone Calls
The following information lets you know how to answer incoming calls, mute the ringer on incoming calls,
reject incoming calls, and more.
When you receive a phone call from a contact, the Incoming call screen appears and displays the caller
ID icon, name, and phone number of the calling party. When you receive a phone call from someone who
is not stored in People, only the default caller ID icon and phone number appear on the Incoming call
screen.
Note: If your phone is turned off, all calls automatically go to voicemail.
Answer an Incoming Call
1. When a call arrives, drag
to
to answer it.
The call begins.
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2. To end the call, touch
.
The call ends.
Mute the Ringing Sound
■
To mute the ringer without rejecting the call, press the Volume Up/Down key.
Reject an Incoming Call
■
When a call arrives, drag
to
to reject it.
The ringtone or vibration will stop and call will be sent directly to voicemail.
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Reject a Call and Send a Text Message
You can reject an incoming call and automatically send a text message to the caller.
1. When a call arrives, drag
to
.
2. Touch one of the messages to send it to the caller.
The selected message will be delivered to the caller.

You can edit the quick response messages through the Call settings menu. From the phone
app, touch
Phone App
> Settings > Quick responses and edit the quick response messages.
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In-Call Screen Layout and Operations
While you’re on a call, you will see a number of onscreen options.
Screen Auto-Locking During a Call
Your phone’s screen automatically locks during a call to prevent unexpected touch screen operation. To
operate the screen, unlock the screen as follows.
1. Drag the Unlock slider down in the locked screen.
The in-call screen appears.
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In-Call Screen Layout
Touch options to activate them during a call.
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End call: End the current call.
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Dialpad/Hide: Toggle the appearance of the onscreen dialpad.
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Receiver: Route the phone’s audio through the receiver
or through the speaker
.

Touch
to route the phone’s audio through the speaker. (You can adjust the speaker
volume using the Volume Up/Down keys.)

Touch
again to use the phone’s receiver.
Warning: Because of higher volume levels, do not place the phone near your ear during speakerphone
use.
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Bluetooth: Route the phone’s audio through a connected Bluetooth headset, through the
speaker or through the receiver. Appears instead of the Speaker icon when your phone is
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connected to a Bluetooth headset.

Touch the Bluetooth icon for a menu to switch between Speaker, Handset earpiece
(receiver), and Bluetooth.
Note: The Headset button is activated to show the current call is routed to a connected Bluetooth
headset.

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When Bluetooth or the Bluetooth headset is turned off, the call is routed through either the
receiver or speaker
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Mute: Mute the microphone during an active call. Touch again to unmute the microphone.
Note: If Mute is activated, the speaker mode is deactivated.
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Add call: Touch to initiate a conference call (3-way call).
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Merge: Join two currently active calls (conference). Appears instead of the Add call icon after
touching
to add another number.
Additional In-Call Options
■
Adjusting Call Volume: Press the volume keys, up or down, during the call.
Troubleshooting
Question: Difficulty during call.
Answer 1: It may not be possible to make a call properly in a noisy location.
Answer 2: When calling using Speaker, check the call volume. Raising the call volume may make
calling difficult.
Question: Sound pops momentarily during a call.
Answer: Are you changing location while calling? Sound pops when signal is weak and the phone
switches to a different area.
Place Calls from Contacts/Call History
Make calls quickly using Contacts and Call History.
Place a Call from Contacts
You can place phone calls directly from entries in your Contacts list.
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1. From home, touch
> People
to display the People app.
2. Touch a contact and then touch the number you want to call.
The phone dials the number. The call begins when the other party answers.
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3. To end the call, touch
.
The call ends.
For additional information on Contacts, see Contacts.
Call from Call History
The history list lets you quickly place calls to recent incoming, outgoing, or missed numbers.
1. From home, touch
Phone App
> Phone
to display the phone app.
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2. Touch
to display the history list.
The history list appears.
3. Touch
next to the entry you want to call.
The phone dials the number. The call begins when the other party answers.
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Touch an entry to display the call details.
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4. To end the call, touch

.
The call ends.
Optional Services
The following topics outline additional voice-related services available with your phone, including call
services, voicemail, and more.
Voicemail Setup
You should set up your voicemail and personal greeting as soon as your phone is activated. Always use a
password to protect against unauthorized access. Your phone automatically transfers all unanswered
calls to your voicemail, even if your phone is in use or turned off.
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1. From home, touch
> Phone
>
.
2. Touch and hold
to dial your voicemail number.
Your phone dials the voicemail access number.
3. Follow the system prompts to:

Create your password.

Record your name announcement.

Record your greeting.
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Important: Voicemail Password – It is strongly recommended that you create a password when setting
up your voicemail to protect against unauthorized access. Without a password, anyone who has access
to your phone is able to access your voicemail messages.
Visual Voicemail
Visual Voicemail gives you a quick and easy way to access your voicemail. Now you can find exactly the
message you are looking for without having to listen to every voicemail message first. This feature
periodically goes out to your voicemail, and gathers the caller information from all of the current
voicemails. It then populates a list with the caller name and number, along with the length of time and
priority level of the voicemail message.
Set Up Visual Voicemail
Setting up Visual Voicemail follows many of the same procedures as setting up traditional voicemail. You
should set up your voicemail and personal greeting as soon as your phone is activated. Your phone
automatically transfers all unanswered calls to your voicemail, even if your phone is in use or turned off.
Note: To set up your traditional voicemail box, see Voicemail Setup.
1. From home, touch
> Voicemail
.
You’ll see a Personalize your voicemail prompt.

If a pop-up for Welcome to Voicemail appears, follow the onscreen instructions.

A screen presenting new Visual Voicemail functions may also appear. Follow the onscreen
instructions.
2. Touch Personalize now and follow the system prompts to:

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Create a password (part of standard voicemail).
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
Record your name announcement.

Record your greeting.
Important: Voicemail Password – It is strongly recommended that you create a password when setting
up your voicemail to protect against unauthorized access. Without a password, anyone who has access
to your phone is able to access your voicemail messages.
Note: If the above settings are already completed with traditional voicemail, you are not prompted for
these settings.
3. Touch the Welcome to Voicemail message on the screen to play a brief explanation of the
voicemail services.
Review Visual Voicemail
Visual Voicemail lets you easily access and select which messages you want to review.
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1. From home, touch
> Voicemail
.
You will see the voicemail inbox.
2. Touch a message to review it.
Tip: There are several icons at the bottom of the review screen for maintenance, storage, messaging,
and other options. For an explanation of all your options, touch
Visual Voicemail Menu.
> Help > Visual Voicemail Menu >
Listen to Multiple Voicemail Messages
When you are done listening to a voicemail message, you can easily access other voicemail messages
without returning to the main voicemail screen.
1. Listen to the current voicemail message.
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2. Swipe your finger left or right to display the next or previous message.
You can navigate through voicemail messages as frequently as you’d like. You can even move to the
next or previous message before you’re finished listening to the current one.
Visual Voicemail Options
Your visual voicemail options appear as icons at the bottom of the voicemail review screen.
1. From home, touch
> Voicemail
.
2. Touch a message to review it. The following options are available while reviewing a voicemail
message:
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
Call to call the number the message came from.

Share to send the message via Bluetooth , Gmail, etc.


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Delete to delete selected messages from your current list of available voicemail
messages.
Reply to reply to the message via text or voice message.
Note: Not all options are available for all messages.
Configure Visual Voicemail Settings
The Visual Voicemail settings menu lets you access settings for notifications, pictures, greetings, and
more.
1. From home, touch
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> Voicemail
.
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2. Touch
> Settings.
You will see the voicemail settings menu.
3. Select an option to change its settings.

Manage subscription

Auto forward to email

Personalize voicemail

Notifications

Transcription language

Delete messages

Display name

Mobile advertising preferences

Display ads

Speakerphone

Transcriptions displayed

Themes

View quick tips tutorial

Help
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
Send feedback

Updates

About Voicemail
Change Your Main Greeting via the Voicemail Menu
Your main greeting can be changed directly via the Visual Voicemail system. This direct access saves
you from having to navigate within the voicemail menu.
1. From home, touch
2. Touch
> Voicemail
.
> Settings > Personalize voicemail.
3. Touch OK to connect to the voicemail system. Follow the prompts to change your current
greeting.
Edit the Display Name via the Voicemail Menu
From your Visual Voicemail menu, you can quickly change the name or number attached to your voice
messages.
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1. From home, touch
2. Touch
> Voicemail
.
> Settings > Display name.
3. Touch the existing identification field and enter a new identifying name or number (used to
identify you to recipients of your voice messages).
4. Touch OK to save your information.
Caller ID Blocking
Caller ID identifies a caller before you answer the phone by displaying the number of the incoming call. If
you do not want your number displayed when you make a call, follow these steps.
1. From home, touch
> Phone
2. Touch
>
.
.
3. Enter a phone number.
4. Touch
.
Your caller information will not appear on the recipient’s phone.
To permanently block your number, call your wireless service provider.
Call Waiting
When you’re on a call, Call Waiting alerts you to incoming calls by sounding two beeps. Your phone’s
screen informs you that another call is coming in and displays the caller’s phone number (if it is available).
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To respond to an incoming call while you’re on a call:
■
Unlock the screen (if necessary) and slide
answers the second call.)
to the right. (This puts the first caller on hold and
To switch back to the first caller:
■
Touch

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.
Touch to switch between callers.
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Note: For those calls where you don’t want to be interrupted, you can temporarily disable Call Waiting by
pressing
end the call.
before placing your call. Call Waiting is automatically reactivated once you
Conference Calling
With conference calling, also known as 3-way calling, you can talk to two people at the same time. When
using this feature, the normal airtime rates will be charged for each of the two calls.
1. On the Phone screen, enter a number and touch
(or place a call from History or Contacts).
2. Once you have established the connection, touch
call from History or Contacts).
, and dial the second number (or place the
This puts the first caller on hold and dials the second number.
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3. When you’re connected to the second party, touch
4. To end the three-way call, touch
. Your conference call is now in session.
.
Note: If one of the people you called hangs up during your call, you and the remaining caller stay
connected. If you initiated the call and are the first to hang up, all callers are disconnected.
Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding lets you forward all your incoming calls to another phone number – even when your
phone is turned off. You can continue to make calls from your phone when you have activated Call
Forwarding.
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Note: You are charged a higher rate for calls you have forwarded.
To activate Call Forwarding:
1. From home, touch
2. Touch
> Phone
>
.
.
3. Enter the area code and phone number to which you want your calls forwarded.
4. Touch
.
You will hear a tone to confirm the activation of Call Forwarding. All calls to your wireless number
will be forwarded to the designated phone number.
To deactivate Call Forwarding:
1. From home, touch
2. Touch
3. Touch
> Phone
>
.
.
.
You will hear a tone to confirm the deactivation.
Access Call Settings
Your phone’s Call Settings menu lets you configure your voicemail options and a number of other settings
for the phone application. For details on the call settings menu, see Call Settings.
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Use the Call Settings Menu
1. From home, touch
> Phone
.
The phone app opens.
2. Touch
> Settings.
The call settings menu appears.
3. Configure your options.
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
Select your options and follow the prompts to set them.
Your call settings options are set.
Contacts
The People application lets you store and manage contacts from a variety of sources, including contacts
you enter and save directly in your phone as well as contacts synchronized with your Google account,
your computer, compatible email programs (including Exchange Server), and your Facebook friends.
Contacts Cautions
An accident or malfunction may cause loss or change to information. It is recommended that you
keep a separate copy of contacts and other important information. The company is not responsible for
any damages from lost or changed contacts.
Add a Contact
You can add contacts from your phone’s People application. Enter details such as name, phone numbers,
email addresses, mailing addresses, and more.
1. From home, touch
> People
.
You will see the Contacts list.
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2. Touch Add Contact
to add a contact.
The Add Contact screen appears.

When a screen for selecting where to add the contact appears, follow the onscreen
instructions to continue.
3. Use the keyboard to enter as much information as you want.

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: Touch the picture icon to assign a picture to the contact.
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: Display detailed name fields such as first name, middle name, or last name.
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Phone

Email

Address

Date

Group name

Add another field: Touch Add another field to include additional information such as IM
address, Notes, Nickname, Website, etc.
Note: Group name and Date are displayed for a Google contact type.
Note: To select a type (label) for a phone number, email address, or postal address (such as Mobile,
Home, Work, etc.), touch the type to the right of the field and select the appropriate type.
Note: To add more phone numbers, email addresses, etc., touch Add new displayed under the entered
number, etc.
4. When you have finished adding information, touch DONE.
The contact is added.
Save a Phone Number
You can save a phone number to People directly from the phone dialpad.
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1. From home, touch
> Phone
>
.
2. Enter a phone number and touch Add to contacts.
3. To add the number to an existing contact, touch the contact you want to add to. To add a new
contact, touch CREATE NEW CONTACT.

For an existing contact, touch the contact name, select a number type for the new number,
and then touch OK.

For a new contact, enter the name and any additional information, and then touch DONE.
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Check Contacts
View a contact’s details by displaying a contact entry.
1. From home, touch
> People
.
You will see the Contacts list.
2. Touch a contact to view its details.
The contact’s detailed listing appears.
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Contacts Screen Layout
The following illustration shows your People app layout and describes the various features.
Item
Description
Favorites tab
Show favorite contacts.
All contacts tab
Show all contacts.
Search
Search contacts.
Groups tab
Show contact groups.
Contact
Touch to show contact’s details.
Image
Touch to show simplified information. Touch an icon to place a call, send a
message, etc.
Menu
Show the following options: Contacts to display, Import/export, Clear
*
frequents , Accounts, and Settings.
Add Contact
Add a new contact.
*
Clear frequents is displayed when calls are made to numbers registered as contacts.
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Edit a Contact
Once you’ve added a contact, you can add or edit any of the information in the entry, assign a caller ID
picture, customize with a unique ringtone, and more.
1. From home, touch
> People
.
You will see the Contacts list.
2. Touch a contact to view its details.
The contact’s detailed listing appears.
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3. Touch
> Edit.
4. Touch any field you want to change or add. See Add a Contact.
5. Add or edit the information, and then touch DONE.
Your changes are saved to the contact entry.
Note: To select a type (label) for a phone number, email address, or postal address (such as Mobile,
Home, Work, etc.), touch the type to the right of the field and select the appropriate type.
Note: To add more phone numbers, email addresses, etc., touch Add new displayed under the entered
number, etc.
Delete a Contact
You can delete a contact from the contacts details page.
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1. From home, touch
> People
.
You will see the Contacts list.
2. Touch a contact to view its details.
The contact’s detailed listing appears.
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3. Touch
> Delete.
4. Touch OK.
The contact is deleted.
Share a Contact
®
You can quickly share contacts using Bluetooth , email, Gmail, or text messaging.
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1. From home, touch
> People
.
You will see the Contacts list.
2. Touch a contact to display it, and then touch
> Share.
You will see the Share contact via menu.
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3. In the Share contact via menu, select a method:
®

Bluetooth to send the information via Bluetooth . See Bluetooth® for information on pairing
®
and sending via Bluetooth .

Drive to upload the information to your server. Enter a document title, select an account, then
a folder, and then touch OK.

Email to send the information as an email attachment. If prompted, select an email account.
Address the message, add a subject and a message, and then touch Send
Compose and Send Email for details on sending email.

Gmail to send the information as a Gmail attachment. Address the message, add a subject
and a message, and then touch Send
details.

. See
. See Create and Send a Gmail Message for
OfficeSuite Wi-Fi Direct to send the information using Wi-Fi Direct. Touch the device to
which you want to send from the device list.
4. Complete the required steps as prompted for the selected method.
The selected contact will be shared.
Import Contacts
Import (load) contacts that have been backed up on an SD card.
Before Importing Contacts from SD Card
You will need to have installed an SD card with previously backed up contacts information into your
phone before you can import contacts. See Phone Memory/SD Card for SD card information.
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Import Contacts from SD Card
1. From home, touch
> People
.
You will see the Contacts list.
2. Touch
> Import/export.
You will see the Import/export contacts menu.
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3. Touch Import from storage.
4. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the import.
The contacts are imported and stored in your phone.

If several accounts with contacts to import are displayed, select the desired account.
Back Up Contacts
If you are saving contacts to an account that does not automatically back them up via the Cloud, you can
manually back them up to an installed SD card for re-import if needed.
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Before Backing Up Contacts to SD Card
Insert an SD card before backing up your contacts. See Phone Memory/SD Card for SD card information.
Back Up Contacts to SD Card
1. From home, touch
> People
.
You will see the Contacts list.
2. Touch
> Import/export.
You will see the Import/export contacts menu.
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3. Touch Export to storage.
4. Touch External Card > OK.
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5. Touch OK to confirm the export.
The contacts are exported and saved to the installed SD card.
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Messaging and Internet
With wireless service and your phone’s messaging and data capabilities, you have the opportunity to
share information through many different channels and accounts, including Gmail (Google), personal and
corporate email, text and multimedia messaging, social networking accounts, and Hangouts.
Text and Multimedia Messaging
With Text Messaging (SMS), you can send and receive instant text messages between your wireless
phone and another messaging-ready phone.
Multimedia messages, or MMS, can contain text and pictures, recorded voice, audio or video files, picture
slideshows, or contact cards (vCard).
See your service plan for applicable charges for messaging.
Send a Text Message
Quickly compose and send text messages on your phone.
1. From home, touch
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2. On the Messaging screen, touch New message
.
The New message screen opens.
3. Fill in one or more recipients. You can:

Enter phone numbers directly in the To field. If you’re sending the message to several phone
numbers, separate the phone numbers with a comma or by touching Return. As you enter
information, any matching phone numbers from your contacts list are displayed. Touch a
match to enter that number or address directly.

Touch the
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4. Touch the Type message field, and then start composing your message.
Note: A counter appears above the (
) to tell you how many characters are left. Once you go over the
160-character limit, a new message is created but automatically joined into one when received.
5. When done, touch
to send the text message.
The text message is sent.
Send a Multimedia Message (MMS)
When you need to add a little more to a text message, you can send a multimedia message (MMS) with
pictures, voice recordings, audio or video files, contact cards (vCard), or slideshows.
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1. From home, touch
> Messaging
.
2. On the Messaging screen, touch New message
.
The New message screen opens.
3. Fill in one or more recipients. You can:

Enter phone numbers directly in the To field. If you’re sending the message to several phone
numbers, separate the phone numbers with a comma or by touching Return. As you enter
information, any matching phone numbers from your contacts list are displayed. Touch a
match to enter that number or address directly.
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
Touch the
icon, and then select the contacts to whom you want to send the message.
Note: You can add a subject line by touching
> Add subject.
4. Touch the Type message field, and then start composing your message.
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5. Touch Attach
.
6. In the Attach window, select from the following file attachments:

Pictures: Attach a stored picture.

Capture picture: Take a picture and attach it.

Videos: Attach a stored video.

Capture video: Capture a video and attach it.

Audio: Select System audio to attach a ringtone, or External audio to attach an audio file
or a recorded voice.
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Record audio: Make a voice recording and attach it.

Contact: Select a contact from your phone.

Slideshow: Create a slideshow and attach it. See the instructions below to create a
slideshow.
7. To make changes to your attachment, touch Replace. You can also touch Remove to start over.
8. Touch
to send the MMS message.
The MMS message is sent.
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Create a Slideshow
In a multimedia message, you can add slides, each containing a picture, video, or audio.
1. In the multimedia message you’re composing, touch Attach
> Slideshow.
2. To compose your slideshow, do any of the following:

Add a new slide: Touch Add slide.

Select a slide: Touch a slide name such as Slide 1.

Add a picture: Touch Add picture or
touch
> Add picture and select a picture. You can also
> Capture picture to take a picture and add it.

Add music or a voice recording: Touch
select a file or record audio.

Add a video: Touch
> Add music > Audio or Record audio and
> Add video and select a video. (You cannot add both a picture
and a video, or music and a video on the same slide.) You can also touch
video to capture a video and add it.

Add a caption to a picture or video: Touch the text entry field.

Preview your slideshow: Touch Preview.

Replace an added picture: Touch Replace picture.

Remove a picture: Touch
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> Remove picture.
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
Remove a slide: Touch Remove slide.

Add a slide: Touch

Choose the duration for each slide: Touch

Choose the layout of the slideshow: Touch
> Add slide.
> Duration (XX sec).
> Layout (top/bottom).
3. When finished, touch Return to attach the slideshow to your message.
4. When you have finished composing the multimedia message, touch Send.
The MMS message with your slideshow is sent.
Save and Resume a Draft Message
While composing a text or multimedia message, touch
draft.
to automatically save your message as a
To resume composing the message:
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1. From home, touch
> Messaging
.
2. On the Messaging screen, touch the message to resume editing it.

A draft will show “Draft” in red on the messaging screen.
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3. When you finish editing the message, touch
.
New Messages Notification
Depending on your notification settings, the phone will play a ringtone, vibrate, or display the message
briefly in the status bar when you receive a new text or multimedia message. To change the notification
for new text and multimedia messages, see Text and MMS Options for details.
A new message icon (
) also appears in the notifications area of the status bar to notify you of a new
text or multimedia message. The Messages application icon (if shown on the home screen) also displays
the number of new messages
■
.
To open the message, drag the status bar down to open the notifications window. Touch the new
message to open and read it. For information on reading and replying to messages see Manage
Message Conversations.
Manage Message Conversations
Text and multimedia messages that are sent to and received from a contact (or a number) are grouped
into conversations or message threads in the Messaging screen. Text or MMS conversations let you see
exchanged messages (similar to a chat program) with a contact on the screen.
Read a Text Message
■
Do one of the following:

On the Messaging screen, touch the text message or conversation to open and read it.

If you have a new message notification, drag the status bar down to open the notifications
window. Touch the new message to open and read it.
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To return to the Messaging screen from a conversation, touch
.
Note: To view the details of a particular message, in the conversation, touch and hold the message to
open the options menu, and then touch View details.
Note: If a message contains a link to a Web page, touch the message and then touch the link to open it in
the Web browser.
Note: If a message contains a phone number, touch the message and then touch the phone number to
dial the number or send a message.
View a Multimedia Message (MMS)
1. From home, touch
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2. On the Messaging screen, touch a multimedia message or conversation to open it.
3. Touch the attachment to open it.

If the attachment is a vCard contact, it is imported to your phone’s contacts list. For more
information, see Contacts.
4. To save the attachment to device memory or a memory card, touch and hold the attachment,
then touch Save attachment.
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Note: When Auto-retrieve in MMS settings is disabled, only the message header is downloaded. To
download the entire message, touch Download at the right side of the message. For details, see Text
and MMS Options.
Note: If you are concerned about the size of your data downloads, check the multimedia message size
before you download it.
Reply to a Message
1. From home, touch
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.
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2. On the Messaging screen, touch a conversation to open it.
3. Touch the Type message field at the bottom of the screen, enter your reply message, and then
touch
.
The MMS message is sent.
Note: To reply to a text message with a multimedia message, open the text message, touch
touch Add subject, or Attach
message.
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Protect (Lock) a Message
You can lock a message so that it will not be deleted even if you delete the other messages in the
conversation.
1. From home, touch
> Messaging
.
2. On the Messaging screen, touch a conversation.
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3. Touch and hold the message that you want to lock.
4. Touch Lock on the options menu. A lock icon is displayed at the right hand side of the message.
The message is locked.
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Delete a Conversation
1. From home, touch
> Messaging
.
2. On the Messaging screen, touch the conversation that you want to delete.
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3. Touch
> Delete thread.
4. When prompted to confirm, touch Delete. Any locked messages in the thread will not be deleted
unless you select the Delete locked messages check box.
The conversation is deleted.
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Delete Multiple Conversations
1. From home, touch
> Messaging
.
2. On the Messaging screen, touch and hold the thread you want to delete and then touch another
thread you want to delete.
3. Touch Delete
and then touch Delete to confirm. Any locked messages will not be deleted
unless you select the Delete locked messages check box.
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The selected conversations are deleted.
Delete a Single Message
1. While viewing a conversation, touch and hold the message that you want to delete.

If the message is locked, touch Unlock on the options menu and hold the message to display
the options menu again.
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2. Touch Delete on the options menu.
3. When prompted to confirm, touch Delete.
The message is deleted.
View Contact Information from a Message
When you have received a message from someone in your stored contacts, you can touch the contact’s
picture or icon in the conversation to open a menu of options. Depending on the stored contact
information, you can view the contact details, place a phone call or send an email message to the
contact, and more.
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Text and MMS Options
The messages settings menu lets you control options for your text and MMS messages including
message limits, size settings, and notifications.
1. From home, touch
> Messaging
2. On the Messaging screen, touch
●
.
> Settings. You can set the following:
SMS Enabled: Set up an application used for sending and receiving SMS.
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STORAGE
●
Delete old messages: Automatically delete older messages, except for locked messages, when
the set limits are reached.
●
Text message limit: Choose the maximum number of text messages to store in each
conversation thread. (This does not include locked messages.)
●
Multimedia message limit: Choose the maximum number of MMS messages to store in each
conversation thread. (This does not include locked messages.)
TEXT (SMS) MESSAGES
●
Delivery reports: Receive a report on the delivery status of your message.
●
Manage SIM card messages: Manage messages stored on your phone’s SIM card.
MULTIMEDIA (MMS) MESSAGES
●
MMS Send Priority: Set the priority of outgoing MMS messages.
●
Group messaging: Control how messages to multiple recipients are handled. When enabled, a
single message is sent to multiple recipients as an MMS message. When disabled, a separate
message is sent to each recipient.
●
Auto-retrieve: Select this option to automatically retrieve all your multimedia messages
completely. When selected, the multimedia message header plus the message body and
attachments will automatically be downloaded on your phone. If you clear this check box, only the
multimedia message header will be retrieved and shown in your Messaging screen.
●
Roaming auto-retrieve: Automatically retrieve all your messages completely when roaming. This
may incur significant phone charges.
CELL BROADCAST SETTINGS
●
Emergency alerts: Set emergency alert notifications.
NOTIFICATIONS
●
Notifications: Set whether to receive notification for received SMS/MMS.
●
Sound: Set a ringtone for received SMS/MMS.
●
Vibrate: Set whether the phone vibrates for received SMS/MMS.
Create and Send Gmail
Use Google’s Gmail service and your Google account to send, receive, and manage your Gmail
messages. Before using Gmail, you must register a Google (Gmail) account on your phone. See Google
Account for details.
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Gmail Cautions
Gmail is handled as email from a computer. Restricting email from computers on your phone prevents
your phone from receiving Gmail.
Create and Send a Gmail Message
Use your phone to create and send Gmail messages.
1. From home, touch
> Gmail
.
The Gmail inbox opens.
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2. In the inbox, touch Compose
.
The Gmail composition window opens.
3. Enter the message recipient(s), subject, and message, and then touch Send
.
The Gmail message is sent.
Gmail Composition Options
●
Attaching Pictures or Videos: In the mail composition window, touch
and then touch the picture or video you want to attach.
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Adding Cc/Bcc: In the mail composition window, touch
recipients.
●
Save as a Draft (Send Later): While composing your message, touch
message is saved as a draft for later.
> Save draft. The
●
Delete Mail Being Composed: In the mail composition window, touch
> Discard > Discard.
●
Configure Gmail Settings: In the mail composition window or the inbox, touch
Select an option to configure your settings.
●
Send Feedback: In the mail composition window or the inbox, touch
Write your feedback comment and send it.
●
See How to Use Gmail: In the mail composition window or the inbox, touch
Note: To view your draft email messages, touch
Note: To view your sent messages, touch
> Add Cc/Bcc, and then add
> Settings.
> Send feedback.
> Help.
> Drafts.
> Sent.
Check Received Gmail Messages
Your phone allows you to access, read, and reply to all your Gmail messages.
Open New Gmail Messages
When new Gmail arrives, you will see
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1. Drag the status bar down to display the notifications window.
2. Touch the new message from the notifications window.
The new Gmail message opens.

If you have two or more new Gmail messages, touching the notification opens the Gmail
inbox. Touch a message to open it.
Open Gmail Messages
You can also read and reply to all your Gmail messages from the Gmail inbox.
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1. From home, touch
> Gmail
.
The Gmail inbox opens.
2. Touch the message thread you want to view.
The message thread opens, with the newest message displayed.
Options when Reviewing Gmail Messages
●
Replying to Gmail Messages: With the Gmail message open, touch
message, and touch Send
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
●
To reply to all, touch
next to
touch Reply and select Reply all.
, and then touch Reply all, or, from the reply message,
Forwarding Gmail Messages: With the Gmail message open, touch
next to
touch Forward, enter a recipient and an additional message, and touch Send

●
, and then
.
You can also touch Reply and select Forward from a reply message to forward a Gmail
message.
Printing Gmail Messages: With the Gmail message open, touch
touch Print.
next to
, and then
Manage Gmail Messages
Your phone gives you control over how you manage your Gmail messages, with labels, thread
management, search capabilities, adding multiple Google accounts, and more.
Use Gmail Labels
Gmail saves all mail in one box, but you can add labels that allow you to sort your Gmail conversation
threads. For example, when a new thread starts with a received mail, the label “Primary” is automatically
added to the thread. By then adding the label “travel,” all threads with “travel” are shown in a list.
1. From home, touch
> Gmail
.
The inbox opens.
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2. Touch the icon on the left side of the message, and then touch
> Change labels.
3. Touch a label for the thread.
4. Touch OK.
The thread is added to the selected label.
Archive Gmail Threads
Remove sent and received Gmail threads so they do not appear in the inbox. When replies arrive for
archived threads, they appear in the inbox again.
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1. From home, touch
> Gmail
.
The inbox opens.
2. Touch the icon on the left side of the message, and then touch Archive
.
The thread is now archived.
Mute Gmail Threads
If registered on a mailing list, there will be threads with always-continuing conversations. For long threads
that are not important, mute the threads and they will no longer appear in the inbox. When mail arrives
that includes user’s address as a recipient or in Cc, mail will again appear in the inbox.
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1. From home, touch
> Gmail
.
The inbox opens.
2. Touch the icon on the left side of the message, and then touch
> Mute.
The thread is now hidden.
Delete Gmail Threads
If you no longer wish to keep a Gmail conversation thread, you can simply delete it from the inbox.
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1. From home, touch
> Gmail
.
The inbox opens.
2. Touch the icon on the left side of the message, and then touch Delete
.
The thread is deleted.
Search Gmail Messages
If you need to find a specific message or message thread, you can search Gmail from the inbox.
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1. From home, touch
> Gmail
.
The inbox opens.
2. Touch Search
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3. Enter your search text and touch
.
The search results appear. Touch a message or thread from the list to display it.
Report Spam or Phishing Gmail
You can report spam or phishing Gmail messages from your phone’s Gmail inbox.
1. From home, touch
> Gmail
.
The inbox opens.
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2. Touch the icon on the left side of the message, and then touch
phishing.
> Report spam or Report
The selected message is reported as spam or phishing Gmail.
Add Another Google (Gmail) Account
If you have multiple Gmail accounts you wish to view on your phone, you can add them from the Settings
> ACCOUNTS menu.
1. From home, touch
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2. Touch Google, and then touch Existing.
3. Enter your Gmail username and password, and then touch
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4. Touch Not now.
5. Specify whether to receive news and other information from Google Play, and then touch
.
6. After your phone connects with the Google servers, select the items you would like to sync with
your phone and then touch
.
You are signed in to your Google account, and you can access both of your Gmail accounts from
the Gmail app.
Switching between Gmail Accounts
If you have more than one Gmail account set up, you can switch between them in the Gmail app.
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1. From home, touch
> Gmail
.
The inbox opens.
2. Touch
.
3. Touch the account you want to view from the list at the top of the menu.
The selected account inbox is displayed.
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Email
Use the Mail application to send and receive email from your webmail or other accounts, using POP3 or
IMAP, or access your Exchange ActiveSync account for your corporate email needs.
Set Up an Email Account
Your phone supports several types of email accounts and allows you to have multiple email accounts set
up at one time.
Before setting up an email account, make sure you have the username (user ID), password, server name,
etc., so you can set up successfully.
1. From home, touch
> Email
.
A window for adding an account appears if no email account has been previously set up.
2. Follow the onscreen instructions to set up your email account.
The email account is set up and you will begin receiving email.
Add an Email Account
You can add several types of personal email accounts, such as POP3 and IMAP accounts, on your
phone.
Add an Email Account from the Email App
You can add email accounts directly from the email app, even if you have another email account set up.
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1. From home, touch
> Email
.
The email inbox opens.
2. Touch
> Settings.
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3. Touch ADD ACCOUNT.
4. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the account setup.
The email account is added and you will begin receiving email for the account.
Add an Email Account from the Settings Menu
You can also set up email accounts from the Settings > ACCOUNTS menu.
1. From home, touch
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> Add account > Corporate, IMAP, or POP3.
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2. Enter the Email address and Password for the email account and then touch Next.
Touching Next prompts your phone to attempt a “regular” email setup and test the incoming and
outgoing servers.

If you have custom settings you need to configure, touch Manual setup and enter your
settings. These may include mail type, user name, password, server, security type, etc.
3. Select your sync settings and then touch Next.
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4. Enter an account name and a display name and touch Next to complete setup.
The email account is set up and you will begin receiving email for the account.
Important: If the account type you want to set up is not in the phone database, you will be asked to enter
more details. You should get all pertinent information for the email account, such as incoming and
outgoing server settings, before you proceed.
Add an Exchange ActiveSync Account
If you synchronize your phone with your Exchange ActiveSync account, you can read, manage, and send
email in the same easy way as with a POP3/IMAP account. However, you can also access some powerful
Exchange features.
Important: Before setting up a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync Account, contact your company’s
Exchange Server administrator for required account settings information.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
> Add account > Corporate.
2. Enter the Email address and Password for the email account and then touch Manual setup.
3. Touch Exchange.
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4. Configure the settings such as a server address and port number, and touch Next.

Username: Enter your network username.

Password: Enter your network access password (case-sensitive).

Server: Enter your system’s Exchange server remote email address. Obtain this information
from your company network administrator.

Port: Enter your port number.

Security type: Select a security type.

Client certificate: Touch Select to enter the password for credential storage.
5. Select your sync settings and then touch Next.
6. Enter an account name and touch Next to complete setup.
Compose and Send Email
Compose and send email using any account you have set up on your phone. Increase your productivity
by attaching files such as pictures, videos, or documents to your email messages.
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1. From home, touch
> Email
.
The email inbox opens.

If you want to switch to a different email account, touch the account name at the top of the
screen and select another account.
2. Touch Compose
.
The email composition window opens.
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3. Enter the message recipient(s), subject, and message.
4. Touch Send
.
The email message is sent.
Open New Email Messages
When new email arrives, you will see
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1. Drag the status bar down to display the notifications window.
2. Touch the new message from the notifications window.
The new email message opens.

If you have two or more new email messages, touching the notification opens the email
inbox. Touch a message to open it.
Open Email Messages
You can also open and read email messages directly from the email inbox. Reading and replying to email
on your phone is as simple as on your computer.
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1. From home, touch
> Email
.
The email inbox opens.
2. Touch the message you want to view.
The email message opens.
Tip: Touch the account name at the top of the screen to switch to a different email account.
3. Touch
or
> Reply all to reply to the message.
Options when Reviewing Email Messages
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Resetting Mail as Unread: Touch the icon on the left side of the read message you want to
unread, and then touch Mark unread
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Deleting Email: Touch the icon on the left side of the message you want to delete, and then
touch Delete
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.
.
Syncing Accounts Manually: Sync sent and received email messages manually at any time
regardless of the automatic sync settings. Switch to the account you want to sync and then touch
> Refresh or drag the inbox screen down.
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Replying to Email Messages: With an email message open, touch
message, and touch Send

.
To reply to all, touch
next to
touch Reply and select Reply all.
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Forwarding Email Messages: With the email message open, touch
next to
touch Forward, enter a recipient and an additional message, and touch Send

●
, and then
.
You can also touch Reply and select Forward from a reply message to forward a Gmail
message.
Printing Gmail Messages: With the Gmail message open, touch
touch Print.
next to
, and then
Delete an Email Account
You can delete an email account from your phone if you no longer wish to receive messages for the
account on your phone.
1. From home, touch
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2. Touch an account you want to delete.
3. Touch
> Remove account.
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4. Touch Remove account again to confirm the deletion.
The account is deleted from your phone.
Manage Your Email Inbox
Your email inbox provides management options for viewing, sorting, and deleting your email messages.
View Your Email Inbox
1. From home, touch
> Email
.
The email inbox opens.
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2. Touch the email account at the top of the screen to select a different inbox, or touch Combined
view to see all your email inboxes at once.
Refresh an Email Account
Whatever your automatic synchronization settings are, you can also synchronize your sent and received
email messages manually at any time.
■
While viewing the account you want to synchronize, touch
screen down.
> Refresh or drag the inbox
Delete an Email Message
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On the email account inbox, swipe the message you want to delete to the right or left.

Touch UNDO to cancel deletion.
Delete Multiple Email Messages
1. On the email account inbox, touch the icon on the left side of the message you want to delete.
2. Touch Delete

.
Touch UNDO to cancel deletion.
Data Services General Information (4G
LTE and 3G Networks)
The following topics will help you learn the basics of using your data services, including managing your
user name, launching a data connection, and navigating the Web with your phone.
Important: Certain data services requests may require additional time to process. While your phone is
loading the requested service, the touchscreen or QWERTY keyboard may appear unresponsive when in
fact they are functioning properly. Allow the phone some time to process your data usage request.
4G LTE
The enhanced 4G LTE network provides your phone with wireless Internet access over greater distances
than Wi-Fi and delivers data transfer rates of up to 60 Mbps. To connect your phone to 4G LTE, you need
to be in an area covered by the enhanced 4G LTE network.
Not all providers offer 4G LTE service. For more information about the availability of 4G LTE service in
your location, contact your network service provider.
Note: The availability and range of the network depends on a number of factors including your distance to
the base station, and infrastructure and other objects through which the signal passes.
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Set Your Network Options
1. From home, touch
> Settings
> More… > Mobile networks > Preferred network type.
2. Select LTE/CDMA or CDMA.
The phone will scan for the best available network and will automatically connect to it.
Your User Name
When you buy your phone and sign up for service, you’re automatically assigned a user name, which is
typically based on your name and your 10-digit wireless phone number.
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When you use data services, your user name is submitted to identify you to the network. Your user name
is automatically programmed into your phone. You don’t have to enter it.
Update Your User Name
If you choose to change your user name and select a new one online, or make any changes to your
services, you must then update the profile on your phone.
1. From home, touch
> Settings
> System updates.
2. Touch Update Profile.
Your phone will download and install the profile update.
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Data Connection Status and Indicators
Your phone displays the current status of your data connection through indicators at the top of the screen.
The following symbols are used:
Icon
Status
Network (full signal): The number of bars indicate the strength of the signal. More bars
mean a better signal.
Enhanced LTE data service: Your phone is connected to an enhanced LTE network
(where available). The rays spin when data is being transferred.
3G (data service): Your phone is connected to the 3G network. When the icon is
animated, your phone is transferring or receiving data.
Note: Not all providers offer LTE service. Contact your provider for details.
Browser
Your phone’s Web browser gives you full access to both mobile and traditional websites on the go, using
3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi data connections.
Your phone supports the Chrome mobile Web browser. If you are signed in with a Google account, the
Chrome browser will import all your bookmarks and other Web preferences for use on your phone.
Use the Browser
Launching the browser is as easy as touching an icon.
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From home, touch
> Chrome
.
The browser opens.

You can also launch the browser by touching a URL in a text message, email message, or
Gmail message.
Tip: To change the phone’s default launch page to your current page, touch
> Settings > Home
page, clear the Default check box, and then enter the current page’s URL in the Enter URL... field.
Touch ON to complete.
Add a Bookmark
Bookmark favorite sites using the browser menu options.
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1. From home, touch
> Chrome
.
The browser opens.
2. Navigate to the Web page you want to bookmark, and touch
>
.
The add bookmark window opens.
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3. Check or change the bookmark title, URL, etc., and then touch Save.
The Web page is added to bookmarks.
View Browser History
Use the browser menu options to view your browsing history.
1. From home, touch
> Chrome
.
The browser opens.
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2. Touch
> History.
The history window opens.

If you don’t see
, drag the Web page down to display the address bar.
3. Touch an entry.
The Web page opens.
Use Tabs
You can use multiple tabs to switch between Web sites quickly and easily.
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Open New Browser Tabs
Use tabbed browsing to switch between Web sites quickly and easily.
1. From home, touch
> Chrome
.
The browser opens.
2. Touch
.
The option menu opens.

If you don’t see
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3. Touch New tab.
A new tab opens.
Note: You can also open a new tab by touching Open tabs
> New tab.
Open Incognito Tabs
Use incognito tabs to browse Web pages without leaving identifying information such as browsing history,
cookies, etc.
1. From home, touch
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The browser opens.
2. Touch
.
The option menu opens.

If you don’t see
, drag the Web page down to display the address bar.
3. Touch New incognito tab.
A new incognito tab opens.
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Switch Tabs
1. Touch Open tabs
.
You can see all the open tabs.
Note: You can also drag the address bar down to see the open tabs.
2. Touch a desired tab.
Note: You can change to another tab by swiping the address bar right or left.
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Close Tabs
1. Touch Open tabs
.
You can see all the open tabs.
Note: You can also drag the address bar down to see the open tabs.
2. Swipe the tab you want to close right or left.
Note: You can also close tabs by touching the top right corner of the page.
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Tab Menu
You can open a new tab or close Chrome from the tab menu.
1. Touch Open tabs
.
You can see all the open tabs.
Note: You can also drag the address bar down to see the open tabs.
2. Touch
.
You will see the tab menu.
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Options available within the tab menu may include:
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New tab: displays a new tab so you can browse multiple Web pages.
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New incognito tab: allows you to browse the Web without leaving identifying information.
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Close all tabs: closes all open tabs and exits Chrome.
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Close incognito tabs: closes all incognito tabs.
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Settings: allows you to modify your Web settings. For more information, see Browser Settings.
Browser Settings
Customize your experience with the Internet through the browser settings menu.
1. From home, touch
> Chrome
.
The browser opens.
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2. Touch
> Settings, and customize your browser settings.
Your browser settings are saved.
Options for Browser Operations
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Editing Bookmarks: From the browser, touch
> Bookmarks, touch and hold a bookmark,
and then touch Edit bookmark, edit the bookmark, and then touch Save.
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Deleting Bookmarks: From the browser, touch
and then touch Delete bookmark.
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Searching within a Web Page: With a Web page displayed, touch
enter your search text.
> Bookmarks, touch and hold a bookmark,
> Find in page, and
The search results are highlighted on the page.
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Deleting Cache and Cookies: From the browser, touch
> Settings > Privacy > CLEAR
BROWSING DATA. Select the types of data you want to remove, and then touch Clear.
SSL/TLS
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and TLS (Transport Layer Security) are protocols for encrypting
sent/received data. While in a screen connected by SSL/TLS, data is encrypted to safely send/receive
private information, credit card numbers, corporate secrets, etc., and provide protection against online
threats (eavesdropping, falsification, impersonation, etc.).
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SSL/TLS Cautions
When a security notice appears upon opening a webpage, users must decide for themselves whether
or not to open the page. No guarantees are made whatsoever to users with their own use of SSL/TLS
regarding security of SSL/TLS.
Chrome Support
●
To find on-phone help with Chrome, from Chrome, touch
> Help & feedback.
A Web page will open displaying Google help for Chrome.
Tip: For more information, from your computer, visit: google.com/intl/en/chrome/browser/mobile/.
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Camera and Video
You can use the camera or video camera to take and share pictures and videos. Your phone comes with
an 8 megapixel camera with an autofocus feature that lets you capture sharp pictures and videos.
Take Pictures and Record Videos
The following topics teach you how to take pictures and record videos with your phone’s camera.
Capturing Pictures/Videos
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File Format for Pictures: File format for pictures is JPEG.
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File Format for Videos: File format for videos is MPEG4.
Camera Cautions
If Lens Becomes Dirty: Fingerprints/smudges on lens prevent capturing of clear still images/videos.
Wipe lens with a soft cloth beforehand.
Avoid Exposure to Direct Sunlight: Be careful not to expose lens to direct sunlight for long periods.
May discolor color filter and affect color of images.
Flash Warning
Do not shine flash close to eyes. Do not look directly at flash when shining/flashing. Do not shine
flash at other people’s eyes. May affect eyesight, etc.
Take a Picture
You can take high-resolution pictures using your phone’s camera.
Note: You can share or delete multiple pictures or videos together by touching and holding thumbnails in
an album.
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1. From home, touch
> Camera
.
The camera viewfinder appears.
2. Aim the camera at your subject.

When you take a picture of people, the camera automatically recognizes the face of your
subject and focuses on it (face detection function).

To zoom in, swipe the screen right.

To zoom out, swipe the screen left.
Auto focus activates.
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3. Touch
.
The shutter clicks and the picture is captured and saved to your phone or SD card.

You can also take a picture by pressing the Volume Up/Down key.
Viewfinder Screen
The Viewfinder screen lets you view your subject and access camera controls and options.
●
Switch operation mode: Switch between a simple mode (easy to operate) and a detail
mode (various settings available).
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Settings: Open the camera settings menu and lets you change additional camera settings.
See Camera Settings.
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Switch view mode: Switch between the back camera lens and the front-facing camera lens
(for self-portraits, video chatting, etc.).
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Flash: Select a flash mode for the camera.
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Shooting mode: Change to settings matched to the subject and shooting conditions.
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GPS: Set whether to append location information.
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Size: Change the shooting size.
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NightCatch: Capture dark portions brightly.
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HDR: In backlit and other strong contrast scenes, enable shooting with reduced flaring or
blackening out.
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Framing Adviser: According to the shooting scene, display dividing lines or guide for
composing a shot.
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Change Framing Adviser: Change Framing Adviser settings.
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Minipreview: Display the picture that was just taken.
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Shutter: Touch to shoot.
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Camera/Video Switch: Switch between picture and video shooting.
Record Videos
Record high-quality videos using your phone’s video camera.
Note: By default, pictures and videos captured on your phone are saved in phone memory even if you
have an SD card installed.
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1. From home, touch
> Camera
.
The camera viewfinder appears.
2. Move the selection slider to video camera.
The video shooting screen is displayed.

When prompted to confirm, follow the onscreen instructions to continue.
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3. Aim the camera at your subject and then touch
.
Video recording begins.
4. Touch
to stop recording.
The camera stops recording and the video is captured and saved to your phone or SD card.
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Video Shooting Screen
The video shooting screen lets you view your subject and access video controls and options.
●
Switch operation mode: Switch between a simple mode (easy to operate) and a detail
mode (various settings available).
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Settings: Open the video settings menu and lets you change additional video settings. See
Camera Settings.
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Switch view mode: Switch between the back camera lens and the self camera lens (for selfportraits, video chatting, etc.).
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Flash: Select a flash mode for the camera.
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Shooting mode: Change to settings matched to the subject and shooting conditions.
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GPS: Set whether to append location information.
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Size: Change the shooting size.
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NightCatch: Capture dark portions brightly.
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Remaining Time: Show the remaining time for recording by the current settings.
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Minipreview: Display the video that was just recorded.
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Record: Start recording.
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Camera/Video Switch: Switch between picture and video shooting.
View Pictures and Videos Using Gallery
Using the Gallery application, you can view pictures and watch videos that you’ve taken with your phone’s
camera, downloaded, or copied onto your storage card or phone memory.
For pictures that are on your storage card or phone memory, you can do basic editing such as rotating
and cropping. You can also easily assign a picture as your contact picture or wallpaper and share
pictures with your friends.
View Pictures and Videos
You can access and view all your stored pictures and videos from your phone’s Gallery.
1. From home, touch
> Gallery
.
The album list opens.
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2. Touch an album (such as Camera).
The list of pictures and videos for the album opens.

To select another album, touch
to return to the album list.
3. Touch an image to view the picture or video.
The picture or video opens.

Touch a picture to view it full screen.

Touch

You can share or delete multiple pictures or videos together by touching and holding
thumbnails in an album.
to start the video and then follow the onscreen instructions.
Pictures and Videos: Review Screen
After capturing a picture or video, from the camera screen, touch the thumbnail image (Minipreview) to
see the item in the review screen. From there, you can access options such as edit, view, send, or delete
the picture or video.
Pictures and Videos: Options while Viewing
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Zoom In or Out on a Picture or Video: Touch the screen twice or pinch the screen to zoom in or
out on a picture or video.
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Viewing Videos: Use the onscreen controls to play, pause, or stop the video playback.
After selecting an album from the Albums tab, you can browse through the pictures and videos of that
album. Touch a picture or video to view it in full screen. By default, the pictures and videos in an album
are displayed in grid view.
Edit Pictures
You can choose to delete the picture, rotate or crop it, and more.
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Rotate and Save a Picture
1. From home, touch
> Gallery
.
The album list opens.
2. Touch an album (such as Camera).
The list of pictures and videos for the album opens.
3. Touch the picture you want to rotate.
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4. Touch
and then select either Rotate left or Rotate right.
The picture is rotated and saved to the phone or SD card, depending on your settings.
Crop a Picture
1. From home, touch
> Gallery
.
The album list opens.
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2. Touch an album (such as Camera).
The list of pictures and videos for the album opens.
3. Touch the picture you want to crop.
4. Touch
> Crop.
A crop box appears on the picture.
5. To adjust the crop box size, touch the edge or corner of the box and then drag your finger inward
to or outward to resize the crop box.
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
To move the crop box to the part of the picture that you want to crop, drag the crop box to the
desired position.
6. Touch SAVE to apply the changes to the picture.
The cropped picture is saved in the album as a copy. The original picture remains unedited.
Share Pictures and Videos
The Gallery application lets you send pictures and videos using email or multimedia messages. You can
share pictures on your social networks (such as Facebook, Picasa, and Twitter) and share videos on
®
YouTube. You can also send them to another phone or your computer using Bluetooth .
Send Pictures or Videos by Email or Gmail
You can send several pictures, videos, or both in an email or Gmail message. They are added as file
attachments in your email or Gmail.
1. From home, touch
> Gallery
.
The album list opens.
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2. Touch an album (such as Camera).
The list of pictures and videos for the album opens.
3. Touch the pictures or videos you want to share.

To select multiple items, touch and hold an image to turn on multiple select. Touch all the
items you want to include.
4. Touch
, and then touch See all > Email or Gmail.
Follow the onscreen prompts to complete and send the message.
Note: If you selected Email and you have multiple email accounts, the default email account will be used.
For more information about using email and Gmail, see Compose and Send Email or Create and Send a
Gmail Message.
Send a Picture or Video by Multimedia Message
Multimedia Messaging (MMS) lets you send pictures and videos using your phone’s messaging app.
Although you can send several pictures or videos in a multimedia message, it may be better to just send
one at a time, especially if the files are large in size.
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1. From home, touch
> Gallery
.
The album list opens.
2. Touch an album (such as Camera).
The list of pictures and videos for the album opens.
3. Touch the pictures or videos you want to share.

To select multiple items, touch and hold an image to turn on multiple select. Touch all the
items you want to include.
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4. Touch
and then touch Messaging.
Follow the onscreen prompts to complete and send the message.
For more information about sending multimedia messages, see Send a Multimedia Message (MMS).
Send Pictures or Videos Using Bluetooth®
You can select several pictures, videos, or both and send them to someone’s phone or your computer
®
using Bluetooth .
1. From home, touch
> Gallery
.
The album list opens.
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2. Touch an album (such as Camera).
The list of pictures and videos for the album opens.
3. Touch the pictures or videos you want to share.

To select multiple items, touch and hold an image to turn on multiple select. Touch all the
items you want to include.
4. Touch
and then touch Bluetooth.
Follow the onscreen prompts to complete and send the files.
For more information, see Bluetooth®.
Share Pictures and Videos on Facebook
You can share pictures and videos from your phone directly to your Facebook account. You need to be
logged in to your Facebook account to upload pictures and videos.
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1. From home, touch
> Gallery
.
The album list opens.
2. Touch an album (such as Camera).
The list of pictures and videos for the album opens.
3. Touch the pictures or videos you want to share.

To select multiple items, touch and hold an image to turn on multiple select. Touch all the
items you want to include.
4. Touch
, and then touch See all > Facebook.
5. Add a caption and then touch Post.
The upload is completed.

For confirmation, check the status bar for the upload information.
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Share Pictures on Picasa
You need to be signed in to a Google account to upload pictures to the Picasa™ picture organizing
service.
1. From home, touch
> Gallery
.
The album list opens.
2. Touch an album (such as Camera).
The list of pictures and videos for the album opens.
3. Touch the pictures or videos you want to share.

To select multiple items, touch and hold an image to turn on multiple select. Touch all the
items you want to include.
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4. Touch
and then touch Picasa.
5. Select the online album where you want to upload the pictures, or touch
album.
to create a new
6. Touch Upload.
The upload is completed.

You can view the pictures online at picasaweb.google.com.
Share Videos on YouTube
You can share your videos by uploading them to YouTube™. Before you do this, you must create a
YouTube account and sign in to that account on your phone.
1. From home, touch
> Gallery
.
The album list opens.
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2. Touch an album (such as Camera).
The list of pictures and videos for the album opens.
3. Touch the videos you want to share.

To select multiple videos, touch and hold an image to turn on multiple select. Touch all the
videos you want to include.
4. Touch

, and then touch See all > YouTube.
If prompted, select an account and then touch OK.
5. Enter the prompted information, such as description and tags, and select a privacy option.
6. Touch
.
The upload is completed.
Camera Settings
You can adjust your camera’s settings using the icons on the main camera screen and the full camera
settings menu.
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Switch Camera Mode
Your phone lets you use different camera modes for your pictures.
1. From home, touch
> Camera
.
The camera viewfinder appears.
2. Touch
.
The shooting mode list appears.
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3. Touch a shooting mode.
The camera switches modes.
The shooting modes are the following:
Type
Description
Auto
Automatically adjust the focus on the subject.
Standard
Suitable for mixed subjects.
Portrait
Suitable for portraits, sets a soft background.
Night Portrait
Suitable for low-light or nighttime portraits.
Scenery
Suitable for landscapes, the whole shot is in focus.
Night Scenery
Suitable for low-light or nighttime landscapes.
Food
Capture close-up details of food.
Text
Suitable for print and text.
Sepia
Add a warm, nostalgic feel.
Monochrome
Emphasize highlights and shadows.
Bleach Bypass
Add a faded, high-contrast look to the shot.
Fisheye
Capture the subject with an ultra-wide-angle lens.
Miniature
Give life-size subjects a miniature look.
Panorama
Combine shots to create a single panoramic image.
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Mirror
Use the in-camera to view yourself like a mirror (cannot take picture).
Set Camera Functions
You can configure your camera’s settings to fit any situation and event.
1. From home, touch
> Camera
.
The camera viewfinder appears.

To configure settings for video, touch
2. Touch
.
.
The camera settings menu opens.
3. Select your desired settings from the options:
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The main options you can choose are the following:
Item
ISO
Description
*1
Set the ISO speed.
White Balance
Mic settings
Set the white balance according to the shooting environment.
*2
Shutter mode
Set to record sound.
*1
Set whether to use Smile detect or Turn around detect.
Self-timer
Set the self-timer.
Touchscreen
*1
shutter
Enable the touchscreen to be touched to take a picture instead of touching
Auto focus
*1
Focus settings
Anti shake
Set auto focus.
*2
*1
Anti Flicker
Save to
.
*3
Set a focus setting.
Enable use of shake correction.
Set the anti-flicker feature.
Select your phone memory or an installed SD card to save pictures to.
*2
Time lapse
Set to shoot a time-lapse video.
Help
Display camera/video instructions.
Framing Advisor
*1
Guide
Display Framing Adviser instructions.
*1
This option is available for the camera viewfinder screen.
*2
This option is available for the video shooting screen.
*3
Displayed only when an SD card is installed.
Note: Options differ depending on the camera type in use.
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Useful Features
The following topics detail many of your phone’s tools and features such as news services, maps and
navigation, calendar, clock, social networking apps, music, memos, and more.
NASCAR MOBILE
Now you have the ability to get every bit of NASCAR coverage, news, and stats right on your phone.
Use the NASCAR MOBILE App
1. From home, touch
> NASCAR
.
The NASCAR Mobile app opens.
2. Follow the prompts to customize your app and begin following your favorite racers.
Navigation
Your phone offers a number of location-based navigation programs to help you figure out where you are
and get you where you’re going.
Enable Location Services on Your Phone
Before using any location-based services, you must enable your phone’s location feature. For information
about setting your phone’s location options, see Location Services Settings.
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Google Maps
Use the Google Maps app to determine your location, find directions, browse local businesses and
attractions, rate and review places, and more.
View Maps of Specified Places
Use Google Maps to locate and map a specific address or destination.
1. From home, touch
> Maps
.
Google Maps opens.

If prompted, follow the onscreen instructions to accept terms of use.
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2. Touch Search
.
3. Enter an address, city, facility name, etc., and then touch a candidate in the results list.
A map of the specified location opens.
Google Maps Operations
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Viewing Current Location: From the Maps app, touch
●
View Traffic Information, Aerial Photos, Etc., in Maps: From the Maps app, touch
then touch Traffic, Satellite, Google Earth, etc.
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Check Route to Destination: From the Maps app, touch
, enter your current location and
your destination, touch a method of transport (car, public transit, or on foot).

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Route candidates appear in a list.
Check Detailed Operation for Maps: From the Maps app, touch
> Help.
Scout
Scout™ by Telenav is a daily personal navigator that helps you get where you’re going. It lets you see
and hear turn-by-turn directions and it can provide important, personalized information about traffic and
alternate routes.
Use Scout as Your Personal Navigator
1. From home, touch
> Scout
.
The Scout app will open.

If prompted, accept the terms of use before continuing.
2. Use the search bar to enter a place or an address for directions, or explore other options to find
places to go or things to do.
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Hangouts
Hangouts is Google’s instant messaging service. Use to communicate with other Hangout users, and also
use video calling. Log in to a Google account beforehand (see Google Account).
Using Hangouts
1. From home, touch
> Hangouts
.
The Hangouts app will open.

When prompted, follow the onscreen instructions to continue.
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2. Touch New Hangout
to start a new Hangout.
3. Type a name, email, number, or circle, or select a contact from the list.
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4. Type a message or touch Video call
to start a video chat.
A chat window or a video chat window opens.

Each time text is entered, the corresponding friend appears.

If a friend is not in a Hangout, you will see a message. Touch Send invite to invite them to
join the Hangout.
Hangouts Operations
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Ending a Chat: In the Hangouts window, flick the chat from left to right.
●
Ending a Video Chat: In the video chat window, touch
●
Disabling Chat History: If you don’t want to keep chat history, in the chat window, touch
Turn history off.
●
Delete Chat History: To delete all your chat history, in the chat window, touch
Delete.
.
>
> Delete >
Note: You can use Hangouts as your phone’s default messaging app, or as a standalone IM app. If you
set Hangouts as the default messaging app, the Messaging app will be disabled. For more information,
see Default SMS App Settings.
Google Search
Search information saved on the phone and in phone applications as well as on the Internet.
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Use Google Search
Type search terms in the Google Search bar to find information on your phone and around the globe.
1. From home, touch the Google search bar or touch
> Google
.
The Search window opens.

If confirmation appears, follow the onscreen instructions.

If a description for Google Now appears, touch NEXT and read information. Touch YES, I’M
IN. on the last page if you want to use Google Now or touch No, maybe later to continue with
your Google search.
2. Type your search keywords and touch
.
Search results appear.

To search by voice, touch
in the search bar and speak your search terms.
Google Search Operations
●
Changing Search Information: In the search window, touch
and select where to search.
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Using Google Now: Google Now automatically searches for information based on search
keywords used, your current location, etc., and presents search results in the search screen.
Google Now also informs users of scheduled events.
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
To enable Google Now, in the search window, touch
YES, I’M IN..

To use all of Google Now’s functions, ensure that Google Location Reporting and Location
> Settings > Google Now > ON >
History are turned on in your location settings. Touch
> Settings > Accounts & privacy
> Google location settings > Google Location Reporting and select your options.
●
Canceling Google Now: In the search window, touch
> Settings > Google Now > OFF,
select whether to disable location history, and then touch Turn off.
Use Google Voice Search
Use your voice to search instead of typing, with Google Voice Search.
1. From home, touch
> Voice Search
.
The Voice Search window opens.
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2. Speak your search terms.
Search results appear.
Calculator
Your phone’s convenient built-in calculator lets you perform basic mathematical equations.
1. From home, touch
> Calculator
.
The calculator app launches.
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2. Touch onscreen keys for calculations.
Calculation results appear.

For advanced calculations, touch
> Advanced panel.
Calendar
Use Calendar to create and manage events, meetings, and appointments. Your Calendar helps organize
your time and reminds you of important events. Depending on your synchronization settings, your
phone’s Calendar stays in sync with your Calendar on the Web, Exchange ActiveSync calendar, Google
Calendar, and Outlook calendar.
In order to sync with your Google calendar, you must sign in to a Google account on your phone. See
Google Account.
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Access the Calendar
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From home, touch
> Calendar
.
The Calendar app opens.
Calendar Operations
●
View Today’s Calendar: From the Calendar, touch Today
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Change Calendar View: From the Calendar, touch the month at the top left corner and then
touch Day, Week, Month, or Agenda to change the current view.
●
View Next/Previous Month (Month View): From the Calendar, flick the screen up or down.
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View Next/Previous Week (Week View): From the Calendar, flick the screen left or right.
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View Next/Previous Day (Day View): From the Calendar, flick the screen left or right.
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View the Next/Previous Time Period (Day/Week View): From the Calendar, flick the screen up
or down.
.
Add an Event to the Calendar
Add events to your calendar directly from the Calendar application.
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1. From home, touch
> Calendar
.
The Calendar app opens.
2. Touch
> New event.
The add event window opens.
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3.
Enter an event title, start date/time, end date/time, etc., and then touch DONE.
The event is added to your calendar.
Selecting a Calendar
●
If you have more than one calendar, select a calendar in which to add events:

Select your Google account to create a Google Calendar event. If you have several Google
Calendars on the Web, select one in which to add your event.
•

You can create multiple Google Calendars only in Google Calendar on the Web. After
creating them in Google Calendar on the Web, you’ll be able to see them in the Calendar
application on your phone. For more information about creating and managing multiple
Google Calendars, visit the Google website: calendar.google.com.
If you have synchronized your phone with an Exchange ActiveSync account or Outlook on
your computer, you can also select these calendars.
View Calendar Events
You can display the Calendar in daily, weekly, monthly, or agenda view. To change the Calendar view,
touch the top left of the screen displaying year/month or year/month/day to choose Day, Week, Month, or
Agenda.
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1. From home, touch
> Calendar
.
The Calendar app opens.
2. Touch a date and then touch an event.
The event details appear.

In event details, touch Edit

In event details, touch Delete
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Sync Calendars
You can select which calendars you’d like to sync on your phone, along with what types of information
you want to sync.
1. From home, touch
> Calendar
.
The Calendar app opens.
2. Touch
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3. Select sync options by adding or removing check marks from the items.
The sync settings have been updated.
4. Touch Calendars to sync, and then touch OK.
The selected calendars sync.
Synchronize an Exchange ActiveSync Calendar
If you have set up a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync account on your phone, you can also synchronize
Exchange ActiveSync calendar events on your phone. Calendar events on your Exchange ActiveSync will
also show in Calendar if you chose to synchronize with the Exchange ActiveSync Server.
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1. To check if Exchange ActiveSync items are set to be synchronized, from home, touch
Settings

>
> Corporate.
If Corporate doesn’t appear under the Accounts heading in the Settings menu, you do not
have an Exchange ActiveSync account configured on the phone. For information about
adding an account, see Add an Exchange ActiveSync Account.
2. If your Exchange ActiveSync account is set for synchronization, you will see a Sync icon
.
Clock
Your phone has a Clock app that lets you set alarms, view time in time zones around the world, use a
stopwatch, set a timer, and use your phone as a desk clock.
Checking the Time
You can check the time any time on your phone. The current time is displayed in the upper right corner of
the status bar. Many widgets and lock screens also display the time and provide options for how time is
displayed.
Setting Date and Time
Your phone automatically receives the current date and time from the wireless network. You can set the
date by hand by overriding the default setting.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Date & time.
The Date & time settings menu appears.
3. Clear the check marks next to Automatic date & time and Automatic time zone, and then set
the date and time as desired.
The date and time will reflect your new settings.
Set Alarms
Set multiple alarms using your phone’s Clock app.
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1. From home, touch
> Clock
.
The Clock app opens.
2. Touch the Alarm tab and then touch
customize it.
. You can also touch an alarm from the list and
3. Set the alarm options, including time, name, repeat pattern, alarm sound, vibration, snooze, and
then touch
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The alarm is set.
Phone at Alarm Time
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At the set alarm time, the phone sounds the alarm and/or vibrates.
●
Stopping an alarm: When the alarm sounds, drag Stop
down to dismiss it.
Additional Clock Features
Your phone’s Clock app provides additional useful features including world clock, stopwatch, and timer
functions. All features are available from the Clock app display.
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■
From home, touch
> Clock
.
The Clock app opens.
World Clock
The world clock lets you keep track of the current time in multiple cities around the globe.
1. From the Clock app, touch the World Clock tab.
2. Touch
and select a city.
3. Repeat to add multiple cities.
StopWatch
The stopwatch lets you time events down to the hundredth of a second.
1. From the Clock app, touch the StopWatch tab.
2. Touch Start to begin timing.
3. Touch Stop to stop timing.

Additional options include Lap to keep track of laps, Split to track split times, Restart to
continue timing, and Reset to reset the stopwatch to zero.
Timer
The timer provides a countdown timer for up to 59 minutes and 59 seconds.
1. From the Clock app, touch the Timer tab.
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2. Use the keypad to set the length of the timer.
3. Touch Start to begin the timer.
Twitter
Tweet (post messages) and view other people’s tweets on Twitter. Login may be required to use Twitter.
For details on Twitter, visit twitter.com.
Install the Twitter App on Your Phone
Before you can use Twitter on your phone, you have to download and install the app from Google Play.
1. From home, touch
> Play Store
.
2. Touch the Search icon and search for “twitter”.
3. Touch Twitter from the results list.
4. Touch INSTALL, and then touch ACCEPT.
The app will be downloaded and installed on your phone.
5. When the download has completed, touch Open.

To open the app from the home screen, touch
> Twitter
.
Tweet on Twitter
Read Twitter feeds, follow your friends, and tweet your own updates right from your phone.
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1. From home, touch
> Twitter
.
The Twitter app launches.

If this is the first time you’ve used Twitter on your phone, touch Sign in to sign in to an
existing account, or touch Create my account or Sign up a different account to set up a
new Twitter account.
2. Touch the “What’s happening?” text box, type a tweet, and touch Tweet.
The tweet is sent and appears on your Twitter feed.
Facebook
Post updates, read what your friends are up to, upload pictures and check-ins, and more with on-the-go
Facebook access.
Install the Facebook App on Your Phone
Before you use Facebook on your phone, you must download and install the app from the Google Play
Store app.
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1. From home, touch
> Play Store
.
2. Touch the Search icon and search for “facebook”.
3. Touch Facebook from the results list.
4. Touch INSTALL, and then touch ACCEPT.
The app will be downloaded and installed on your phone.
5. When the download has completed, touch Open.

To open the app from the home screen, touch
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.
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Sign in to Your Facebook Account from Account Settings
1. From home, touch
> Settings
> Add account.
2. Touch Facebook.
3. Enter your Facebook username and password and touch Log in.
Your Facebook account is added to your phone.
Use Facebook
Once you’ve downloaded the app and signed in, you can post and read updates, upload pictures, tag
locations, and more, all from your phone.
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1. From home, touch
> Facebook
.
The Facebook app launches.

If this is the first time you’ve used Facebook on your phone, enter your Facebook ID and
password and touch Log in to sign in to an existing account, or touch Sign Up for Facebook
to set up a new Facebook account.
2. Touch Status and type an update, touch Photo and upload a picture from the gallery, touch
Check In to share your location, “Like” and comment on friends’ posts, and more.
YouTube
View videos uploaded to YouTube and upload your own videos to your YouTube account.
View YouTube Videos
You can use the YouTube app to view videos on YouTube even if you aren’t signed in to a YouTube
account.
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1. From home, touch
> YouTube
.
The YouTube app launches.

If you’re prompted to add or create an account, follow the onscreen instructions to continue.
2. Search through the YouTube channels and touch a video you want to see.
The video plays on your phone screen.

Touch the screen to pause or resume play while watching.
Post a Video to YouTube
You can post videos to your YouTube account from your phone. Before posting, you must set up a
YouTube account and sign in to it on your phone.
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1. From home, touch
> YouTube
.
The YouTube app launches.
2. Touch

If you’re prompted to create a channel, follow the onscreen instructions to continue.
3. Touch

> Uploads.
at the top of the screen and then select a video to upload.
Enter a title, description, and tags, and select a privacy setting.
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4. Touch
.
The video is uploaded to your YouTube channel.
Google Play Music App
The Google Play Music app lets you browse, shop, and play back songs purchased from Google Play as
well as songs you have loaded from your own music library. The music you choose is automatically
stored in your Google Play Music library and instantly ready to play via streaming or download.
For more information about Google Play Music, visit play.google.com/about/music.
Note: For information about loading music onto your phone, see Transfer Files Between Your Phone and
a Computer.
Play Music with Google Play
Use the Google Play Music app to listen to all your music on your phone. Compatible music file formats
include: MP3, AAC, and FLAC.
1. From home, touch
> Play Music
.
The Play Music app opens to the Listen Now view.

If you’re prompted to select an account, follow the onscreen instructions to continue.

If the menu list appears, touch Listen Now.
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2. Touch an item from the category window and then touch a song.
The song begins playing.

You can select a song from a library category such as Artists or Albums in My Library. Touch
> My Library.

You can select a song from a playlist in Playlists. Touch

Touch a song/artist name at the bottom of the screen to display the Google Play Music player
screen.
> Playlists.
Google Play Music Screen Layout
The following diagram outlines the main features of the Play Music app player screen.
When the Google Play Music player screen is not displayed, touch a song/artist name at the bottom of the
screen.
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Feature
Description
Return to previous screen
Touch to return to the previous screen.
Show music image
Display music image.
Music title/artist
Display a music title and artist name.
Progress bar
Drag the bar forward/back to move to any point in a song.
Repeat
Repeat a song.
Previous song
Touch twice to go back to the previous song. Touch once to
restart the current song.
Play/Pause
Touch to switch play and pause.
Options menu
Set the following options: Start instant mix, Add to playlist, Go to
artist, Go to album, Clear queue, Save queue.
Queue list
Display a queue list.
Rate (thumbs up/thumbs down)
Touch to rate songs.
Shuffle
Play songs in random order.
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Next song
Go to the next song.
Create Playlists in Google Play Music
Organize music into playlists to fit every occasion.
1. From home, touch
> Play Music
.
The Play Music app opens to the Listen Now view.
2. Display a song or album you want to add and then touch
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3. Touch Add to playlist > New playlist.
4. Enter a name and touch OK.
The playlist is created.
5. Return to the Listen Now view, display a song or album you want to add, and then touch
next to it. Touch Add to playlist > <playlist name>.
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The song or album is added to the playlist. Repeat to add more items to the playlist.

You can also create a playlist from a category window such as Albums or Songs in My
Library.
Adding Currently Playing Music to a Playlist
■
From the player view, touch
> Add to playlist > <playlist name>.
The music is added to the playlist.
Google Wallet
You can have a Google Wallet account associated with your Google account to purchase items from the
Google Play Store app.
To create a Google Wallet account, do one of the following:
■
On your computer, go to google.com/wallet to create a Google Wallet account.
– or –
■
The first time you use your phone to buy an item from Google Play, you’re prompted to enter your
billing information to set up a Google Wallet account.
OfficeSuite
®
®
®
®
View files created in Microsoft Office (Word , Excel , PowerPoint ), PDFs, and more on your phone.
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1. From home, touch
> OfficeSuite
.
OfficeSuite launches.

If you’re prompted to upgrade to OfficeSuite Premium, follow the onscreen instructions to
continue.

You may also be prompted to install the OfficeSuite Font Package. Touch Install if you want
to install the package.
2. Swipe the screen right and then touch an item (such as My documents) that contains a file you
want to open.
The app displays the file.
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Clip Now
Swipe on top of the screen to capture screenshots. URL on the websites will be captured along with the
screenshots. View the captured screenshots with the Clip Now app.
Note: You may not be able to capture screenshots depending on the type of screen.
Enable Clip Now
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Clip Now.
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3. Touch Clip Now. (Enabled when the check mark is entered.)
Clip Now is ready to use.
Capture Screenshots Using Clip Now
1. Slide your finger along the top edge of the screen.
A screenshot of the current screen is captured.

You can slide from either direction to capture a screenshot.

When you capture a screenshot of a Web page, the URL of the Web page will also be saved.
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Manage Screenshots Captured Using Clip Now
1. From home, touch
> Clip Now
.
The screenshot list is displayed.

If instructions for using Clip Now appear, follow the onscreen instructions to continue.
2. Touch a screenshot you want to view.
The screenshot details screen is displayed.
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3. Touch
or
.

Share: Share the image via email, etc.

Delete: Delete the image.

If you touch a URL, you can open its saved Web page.
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Connectivity
The following topics address your phone’s connectivity options, including USB file transfer and tethering,
®
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth , and more.
Connections Optimizer
The Connections Optimizer is a tool that automatically selects the best mobile network for your phone,
including “remembered” Wi-Fi networks.
About Connections Optimizer
The Connections Optimizer helps you manage and enhance your data experience by finding and
connecting to “remembered” Wi-Fi networks on your phone. Remembered Wi-Fi networks are networks
with which you have previously chosen to connect. Active Wi-Fi connections may offer improved
performance and generally improve battery life while allowing you to talk on the phone and use data at
the same time.
The Connections Optimizer works by searching for available “remembered” Wi-Fi networks. If you do not
leave your Wi-Fi antenna on all the time, you will only notice the Connections Optimizer operating at
certain times of the day in a small number of locations on the network. Your Wi-Fi antenna will conserve
battery by scanning for connections periodically (not continuously), and if no connection is achieved, the
antennas will be turned off. You may also manually turn the antennas off during the scan period.
To facilitate quality assurance and enable feature enhancements, information is collected about your
battery levels, Wi-Fi and network connections and usage. No personal information is collected.
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Enable Connections Optimizer
1. From home, touch
> Settings
> More... > Mobile networks > Automatic Connections.
2. Touch Connections Optimizer to enter the check mark in the box. (Enabled when the check
mark is entered.)
Connections Optimizer will turn on and automatically analyze your phone’s connection options.
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Disable Connections Optimizer
1. From home, touch
> Settings
> More... > Mobile networks > Automatic Connections.
2. Uncheck the box on the Connections Optimizer page.
Connection Optimizer will turn off.
Connect to a Computer via USB
One way to back up or sync files between your phone and a computer is by using a direct USB
connection.
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You can use the supplied micro USB cable to connect your phone directly to your computer and transfer
music, pictures, and other content files.
For example, if you have a music album stored on your computer that you want to listen to on your phone
with any of the music apps, just attach your phone to the computer and copy the files to the music folder.
Cable Cautions
Do not pull or twist cables forcefully. May break wires.
File Transfer Tips
●
If you want to save data to an SD card on your phone, make sure the SD card is installed and
active. See Phone Memory/SD Card.
●
Avoid removing the SD card while transferring data.
●
Data exchange may use the methods outlined in the following table:
Method
Description
Media device (MTP)
Transfer files between your phone and computer such as pictures, videos,
and music.
Camera (PTP)
Transfer picture and video files between your phone and computer.
USB mass storage
(UMS)
Exchange data with a computer using an optional installed SD card as an
external storage device.
Transfer Files Between the Phone and a Computer
1. Connect your phone to your computer using the supplied micro USB cable.

Insert the smaller end of the cable to the charger/accessory jack at the bottom of the phone.

Insert the USB end of the cable into an available USB port on your computer. You may need
to remove the USB cable from the charger body to access it.
2. When
window.
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3. You will see either Connected as a media device or Connected as a camera.
The files on your phone can now be accessed via your computer.

For most transfers, you’ll want to use Connected as a media device.

To change the option, touch it in the notifications window to open the Settings > USB
connection window, and then touch the desired option.

If you see Connected as an installer in the notifications window, touch Connected as an
installer, and then Connected as a media device or Connected as a camera.
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4. On your computer, navigate to the detected device (such as through the My Computer menu) and
open it.
5. If available, select a drive (card for SD card, phone for internal phone storage).
6. Select a folder (for example, Music for songs and albums) and copy files to it from your
computer.
7. When you are done, disconnect your phone from your computer.
The transferred files are now saved to your phone or SD card.
Use the Phone’s SD Card as a USB Drive
To transfer music, pictures, and other files from your computer to your phone’s SD card, you need to set
the phone’s SD card as a USB drive.
1. Connect your phone to your computer using the supplied micro USB cable.

Insert the smaller end of the cable to the charger/accessory jack at the bottom of the phone.

Insert the USB end of the cable into an available USB port on your computer. You may need
to remove the USB cable from the charger body to access it.
2. When
appears in the notifications area, drag the status bar down to display the notifications
window. You will see USB connected and Connected as an installer.
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
If an option other than above is selected, touch Connected as a media device or
Connected as a camera and then USB mass storage (UMS).
3. After closing the notifications window, touch Turn on USB storage, and then touch OK.
4. Do one of the following:

Copy files from the computer to the root folder on the phone’s storage card.

Copy files from the phone’s storage card to a folder on your computer or computer desktop.
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5. After copying the files, unmount the removable disk (that is, the connected phone) as required by
your computer’s operating system to safely remove your phone, and touch Turn off USB
storage.
6. Disconnect the phone from the computer.
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi provides wireless Internet access over distances of approximately 130 feet. To use your phone’s
Wi-Fi, you need access to a wireless access point or “hotspot.”
The availability and range of the Wi-Fi signal depends on a number of factors, including infrastructure and
other objects through which the signal passes.
Turn Wi-Fi On and Connect to a Wireless Network
Use the Wireless & networks settings menu to enable your phone’s Wi-Fi radio and connect to an
available Wi-Fi network.
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
The settings menu opens.
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2. Touch Wi-Fi.
The Wi-Fi settings menu appears.
3. Touch the Wi-Fi slider to turn Wi-Fi on
.
Wi-Fi is enabled. You will see the names and security settings of in-range Wi-Fi networks.

To disable Wi-Fi, touch the slider again
.
4. Touch a Wi-Fi network to connect, enter the password (if it’s not an open network), and then
touch Connect.
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Your phone is connected to the Wi-Fi network. You will see
in the status bar.

The password, for a household wireless LAN router, is sometimes found on a sticker on the
router (WEP, WPA, KEY, etc.). Contact the router manufacturer for information. For
password for a public wireless LAN, check with user’s service provider.

Entering a password is not required if an access point is not security protected.

WPS Push Button: Use the WPS function to connect to WPS-capable devices.

Add network: Set network information manually to connect to a network.
Note: The next time your phone connects to a previously accessed secured wireless network, you will not
be prompted to enter the password again, unless you reset your phone to its factory default settings or
you instruct the phone to forget the network.
Note: Wi-Fi networks are self-discoverable, which means no additional steps are required for your phone
to connect to a Wi-Fi network. It may be necessary to provide a user name and password for certain
closed wireless networks.
Wi-Fi Settings
Use the Wi-Fi settings menu to manually set your Wi-Fi connection options.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Wi-Fi.
The Wi-Fi settings menu appears.
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3. Touch the Wi-Fi slider to turn Wi-Fi on
.
Wi-Fi is enabled. You will see the names and security settings of in-range Wi-Fi networks.

To disable Wi-Fi, touch the slider again
4. Touch
.
> Advanced.
The advanced Wi-Fi settings menu appears.
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5. Select an option from the following to change its settings.
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Network notification: When enabled, your phone alerts you when a new Wi-Fi network is
available.
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Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep: Specify when to switch from Wi-Fi to mobile data for data
communications, when the device goes to sleep (when the backlight goes out). This setting
can affect data usage, since the data connection will remain active even when the phone
screen is off.
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Scanning always available: When enabled, your phone will allow Google location service
and other apps to scan for networks, even when Wi-Fi is turned off.
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Avoid poor connections: When enabled, your phone does not use a Wi-Fi network when
there is a poor connection.
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Install certificates: If you have certificates stored on an installed optional memory card (not
included), you can use this option to install the certificates.
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Wi-Fi optimization: Enable your phone to use as little battery as possible when using Wi-Fi.

MAC address: View your device’s MAC address, needed for connecting to some secured
networks.

IP address: View your device’s IP address.
Your Wi-Fi settings changes are saved.
Disconnect Wi-Fi
You may wish to disconnect from a connected Wi-Fi network without turning Wi-Fi off.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Wi-Fi.
The Wi-Fi settings menu appears.
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3. Touch the name of the connected access point and then touch Forget.
Wi-Fi is disconnected.

After disconnecting from an access point, you may need to re-enter the password to
reconnect.
Wi-Fi Direct
Use Wi-Fi Direct to connect directly to other Wi-Fi Direct devices simply via Wi-Fi, without an access point
or via the Internet.
1. From home, touch
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> Settings
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2. Touch Wi-Fi.
The Wi-Fi settings menu appears.
3. Touch the Wi-Fi slider to turn Wi-Fi on
.
Wi-Fi is enabled. You will see the names and security settings of in-range Wi-Fi networks.
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4. Touch
> Wi-Fi Direct.
The Wi-Fi Direct settings menu appears.
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Wi-Fi Direct and Wi-Fi are unavailable at the same time.
5. Touch a device with which to connect.

If you cannot find the device you want to connect to, touch SEARCH FOR DEVICE.

If connected via Wi-Fi, you will see a confirmation. Follow the onscreen instructions.

Touch RENAME DEVICE to rename your phone name as it appears on the other device.
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6. Accept the connection on the other device.
The phone is connected via Wi-Fi Direct.

If a connection is not accepted after a certain period, the connection request is cancelled.

To stop a connection, touch the connected device name > OK.
Mobile Hotspot
Mobile Hotspot allows you to turn your phone into a Wi-Fi hotspot. When this feature is turned on, you
can share your phone’s mobile data services via Wi-Fi with other Wi-Fi enabled devices. The feature
works best when used in conjunction with 4G data services (although 3G service can also be used).
Important: Use of the Hotspot feature requires an additional subscription. Contact your network service
provider to learn more.
Note: Turning on Hotspot will disable your phone’s connection to other Wi-Fi networks.
Set Up Mobile Hotspot
1. From home, touch
Connectivity
> Settings
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2. Touch More... > Tethering & portable hotspot.
The Tethering & portable hotspot window opens.
3. Touch Wi-Fi hotspot to enable it. (Enabled when the check mark is entered.)
Important: Write down the passkey (password) for this communication (shown onscreen).
Note: The best way to keep using the phone as a hotspot is to have it connected to a power supply.
Connect to Mobile Hotspot
1. Enable Wi-Fi (wireless) functionality on your target device (laptop, media device, etc.).
2. Scan for Wi-Fi networks from the device and select your phone hotspot from the network list.
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
The default name for your phone hotspot is [306SH]XXX. You can change the name by
touching Wi-Fi hotspot settings > the Network SSID field from the Wi-Fi hotspot settings
screen.
3. Select this phone and follow your onscreen instructions to enter the passkey (provided on the
Mobile Hotspot page).
The device is connected via your phone’s Mobile Hotspot.
4. Launch your Web browser to confirm you have an Internet connection.

To change the Wi-Fi hotspot settings, touch Wi-Fi hotspot settings to change the necessary
settings.
Tips: You can change the maximum number of devices allowed to be connected to your Wi-Fi hotspot.
Touch Wi-Fi hotspot maximum connections, select the number, and touch OK.
Tethering
Use Tethering to share your device’s Internet connection with a computer that connects to your device via
USB cable, or by Bluetooth.
Important: Use of the Hotspot feature requires an additional subscription. Contact your network service
provider to learn more.
1. From home, touch
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> Settings
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2. Touch More… > Tethering & portable hotspot.
3. Select a tethering option: USB tethering or Bluetooth tethering.
Tethering is turned on, and your phone’s Internet connection can be shared with a connected
device.

For USB tethering, connect your phone to the target device with the supplied USB cable.

For Bluetooth tethering, pair your phone with the other device via Bluetooth.
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Bluetooth®
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Bluetooth is a short-range communications technology that allows you to connect wirelessly to a number
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of Bluetooth devices, such as headsets and hands-free car kits, and Bluetooth -enabled handhelds,
computers, printers, and wireless phones. FH1 indicates FH-SS modulation with maximum transmission
radius of approximately 30 feet. XX4 indicates a different modulation scheme with maximum transmission
radius of approximately 130 feet.
Bluetooth® Hints
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Question: Can’t use Bluetooth ?
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Answer: Is your phone in airplane mode? Bluetooth is unavailable in airplane mode.
Bluetooth® Function Cautions
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Wireless connectivity with all Bluetooth devices is not guaranteed for the phone. During wireless and
hands-free conversations, noise may be audible depending on conditions.
Information may not appear correctly on connected devices depending on the transferred data.
Bluetooth® Information
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Bluetooth is a technology that enables wireless connection with computers, Bluetooth devices with
hands-free features, etc.
Function
Description
Audio output
Listen to music, etc., wirelessly.
Hands-free calls
Call hands-free, using Bluetooth -capable hands-free devices and headsets.
Data exchange
Exchange data with Bluetooth devices.
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Enable the Bluetooth® Feature
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Use the settings menu to enable or disable your phone’s Bluetooth capabilities.
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Wireless connection to all Bluetooth functions is not guaranteed for the phone.
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The phone may not connect properly depending on the other device.
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Noise may be experienced with wireless calls and hands-free calls depending on the conditions.
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To enable Bluetooth :
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Bluetooth.
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The Bluetooth settings open.
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3. Touch the Bluetooth slider to turn Bluetooth on
.
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Bluetooth is enabled.
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To disable Bluetooth , touch the slider again
.
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Tip: You can also turn Bluetooth on or off with the toggle menu in the notifications window. Drag the
status bar down to display the notifications window, then touch quick settings menu
BLUETOOTH (
/
)/BLUETOOTH OFF
and then
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to turn Bluetooth on or off.
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Note: Turn off Bluetooth when not in use to conserve battery power, or in places where using a wireless
phone is prohibited, such as aboard an aircraft and in hospitals.
Pair Bluetooth® Devices
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Search for and pair nearby Bluetooth devices. Registered Bluetooth devices can be connected simply.
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Enable the Bluetooth function on the Bluetooth devices being paired beforehand.
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To pair Bluetooth devices:
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Bluetooth.
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The Bluetooth settings open.

Nearby devices appear in the “AVAILABLE DEVICES” list.

If a target device is not detected, touch SEARCH FOR DEVICES to search again.
3. Touch a device from the “AVAILABLE DEVICES” list, and follow the onscreen instructions to pair
with the device.
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The Bluetooth device is paired to your phone.
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
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Methods to accept a Bluetooth connection differ depending on the devices used.
Unpairing from a Paired Device
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1. From the Bluetooth settings menu, touch
next to the paired device you wish to unpair.
2. Touch Unpair.
The device is unpaired from your phone. To make another connection with the device, you will
need to pair again.
Connect to a Paired Bluetooth® Device
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You can listen to music over a Bluetooth stereo headset, or have hands-free conversations using a
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compatible Bluetooth headset or car kit. It’s the same procedure to set up stereo audio and hands-free
devices.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Bluetooth.
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The Bluetooth settings open.
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Paired Bluetooth devices appear in the “PAIRED DEVICES” list.
3. Touch a device from the “PAIRED DEVICES” list.
Your phone connects to the paired device.
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®
The pairing and connection status is displayed below the device’s name in the Bluetooth devices
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section. When the device is connected to your phone, the Bluetooth paired icon
is displayed in the
status bar. Depending on the type of device you have connected, you can then start using the headset or
car kit to listen to music or make and receive phone calls.
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Note: Due to different specifications and features of other Bluetooth -compatible devices, display and
operations may be different, and functions such as transfer or exchange may not be possible with all
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Bluetooth -compatible devices.
Send Information Using Bluetooth®
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You can use Bluetooth to transfer information between your phone and another Bluetooth -enabled
device such as a phone or notebook computer.
Types of Data You Can Send via Bluetooth®
You can send various types of information including the following, depending on the device you are
sending to:
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Images and videos
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Contacts
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Audio files
In the instructions below, Contacts data is being used as an example.
Sending Contacts Data via Bluetooth®
1. From home, touch
> People
.
You will see the Contacts list.
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2. Touch a contact to send.
3. Touch
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> Share > Bluetooth.
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4. Touch a paired device to receive the data.
The contact information is sent.

If you see a message to confirm, follow the onscreen instructions.
Receive Data via Bluetooth®
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Your phone is capable of receiving a wide variety of file types with Bluetooth , including pictures, music
tracks, and documents such as PDFs.
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1. When another device attempts to send a file to your phone via Bluetooth , you will see a request
to accept the file in the notifications window.
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2. Touch Bluetooth share: Incoming file, and then touch Accept.
The file is sent to your phone.

When your phone receives a file, you will see a notification. To open the file immediately,
drag the status bar down to display the notifications window, and then touch the notification.

When you open a received file, what happens next depends on the file type:
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Media files and documents are usually opened directly in a compatible application. For
example, if you open a music track, it starts playing in the Music application.
View Your Phone’s Screen on Other
Devices
You can display your phone’s screen content on the screen of another device (mirroring function). This
allows you to enjoy pictures and videos on your phone on the larger screen of a TV or similar device.
Your phone connects to nearby Wi-Fi Direct-capable devices via Wi-Fi without needing to route through
an access point.
Depending on the app, you may not be able to display its screen on a connected device.
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Enable the Wireless display
1. From home, touch
> Settings
> Display > Cast screen.
The Nearby devices menu opens.
2. Touch
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> Enable wireless display. (Enabled when the check mark is entered.)
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3. Select and touch the name of the device you want to connect to.
Your phone connects to the selected device.
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Settings
The following topics provide an overview of items you can change using your phone’s Settings menus.
Basic Settings
From the home screen, touch
> Settings
to access your phone’s settings menu.
The table below outlines the top-level settings categories.
Category
Description
Wi-Fi Calling
Set options for voice services via Wi-Fi network.
Wi-Fi
Enable and set Wi-Fi options.
Bluetooth
Enable and set Bluetooth options.
Call
Configure options for calling with your phone.
Data usage
Check your phone’s data usage.
More...
Set additional wireless and networks options.
harman/kardon audio
Configure settings for the Harman sound effect.
Sound
Set ringtone, operation tones, etc.
Display
Set brightness, wallpaper, etc.
Clip now
Enable Clip Now and check usage instructions.
Storage
Check memory usage and manage usage of an optional SD card.
USB connection
Select the data exchange method for USB connection.
Battery
Check your phone’s battery usage.
Apps
Check installed and running applications.
Location services
Select your phone’s location access options.
Security
Lock the screen, set encryption options, etc.
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Language & input
Select your phone’s language, select and setup input method, etc.
Backup & reset
Back up your phone’s data and settings.
Add account
Add or manage accounts.
Date & time
Configure date and time settings.
Accessibility
Set accessibility options such as screen magnification, hearing aid
compatibility, etc.
Printing
Configure settings for cloud printing, etc.
Activate this Device
Activate a new phone.
System updates
Update your phone’s profile, software, etc.
About phone
Check your phone’s important information.
Access Settings
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
The settings menu opens.
2. Select settings.
Settings are made and applied.
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TTY Mode
A TTY (teletypewriter, also known as a TDD or Text Telephone) is a telecommunications device that
allows people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or who have speech or language disabilities, to
communicate by telephone.
Your phone is compatible with select TTY devices. Please check with the manufacturer of your TTY
device to ensure that it supports digital wireless transmission. Your phone and TTY device will connect
using a special cable that plugs into your phone’s headset jack. If this cable was not provided with your
TTY device, contact your TTY device manufacturer to purchase the connector cable.
To turn TTY Mode on or off:
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch Call > TTY mode.
3. Touch TTY Full, TTY HCO, or TTY VCO to turn TTY mode on.
– or –
Touch TTY Off to turn TTY mode off.
Your phone’s TTY mode is set.
Note: When enabled, TTY mode may impair the audio quality of non-TTY devices connected to the
headset jack.
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Warning: 9-1-1 Emergency Calling
It is recommended that TTY users make emergency calls by other means, including Telecommunications
Relay Services (TRS), analog cellular, and landline communications. Wireless TTY calls to 9-1-1 may be
corrupted when received by public safety answering points (PSAPs), rendering some communications
unintelligible. The problem encountered appears related to TTY equipment or software used by PSAPs.
This matter has been brought to the attention of the FCC, and the wireless industry and the PSAP
community are currently working to resolve this.
Wi-Fi Calling Settings
By enabling Wi-Fi Calling, you can make or receive calls using Wi-Fi network even where there is no
cellular signal.
Enable Wi-Fi Calling
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch Wi-Fi Calling.
The Wi-Fi settings menu appears.
3. Touch the Wi-Fi Calling slider to turn Wi-Fi Calling on
.
Wi-Fi Calling is enabled. Available Wi-Fi networks are displayed.
Settings

To disable Wi-Fi Calling, touch the slider again

When prompted to accept a Wi-Fi Calling service agreement, follow the onscreen instructions.
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4. Touch the Wi-Fi network you want to use with Wi-Fi Calling.

The touched Wi-Fi network is displayed under WI-FI CALLING ENABLED WI-FI
NETWORKS.
5. Touch the Wi-Fi network displayed under WI-FI CALLING ENABLED WI-FI NETWORKS.
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6. Touch Wi-Fi Calling to select the check box, then touch Save.
Wi-Fi Calling is enabled.

Once your current location is obtained, you can touch Save. You can also set your current
location by entering it in the entry field.

You can select the Locate Me check box to relay your location when making an emergency
call with Wi-Fi Calling.
Make a Call with Wi-Fi Calling
When you make a call and Wi-Fi Calling is enabled, Wi-Fi Calling is automatically used for the call. For
details on making a call, see Call Using the Phone Dialer or Place Calls from Contacts/Call History.
Wi-Fi Settings Menu
The Wi-Fi settings menu lets you turn Wi-Fi on or off, set up and connect to available Wi-Fi networks, and
configure advanced Wi-Fi options.
For more information about Wi-Fi settings, see Wi-Fi.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Wi-Fi.
The Wi-Fi settings menu appears.
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3. Touch the Wi-Fi slider to turn Wi-Fi on
.
Wi-Fi is enabled. You will see the names and security settings of in-range Wi-Fi networks.

To disable Wi-Fi, touch the slider again
.
4. Touch a Wi-Fi network to connect, enter the password (if it’s not an open network), and then
touch Connect.
Your phone is connected to the Wi-Fi network. You will see (
Settings
) in the status bar.
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The password, for a household wireless LAN router, is sometimes found on a sticker on the
router (WEP, WPA, KEY, etc.). Contact the router manufacturer for information. For
password for a public wireless LAN, check with user’s service provider.

Entering a password is not required if an access point is not security protected.

WPS Push Button: Use the WPS function to connect to WPS-capable devices.

Add network: Set network information manually to connect to a network.
Wi-Fi Settings Options
Wi-Fi setting options let you set up and manage wireless access points.
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch Wi-Fi.

If Wi-Fi is turned off, turn it on.
3. Touch
.
The Wi-Fi setting options appear.
4. Select an option to change its settings.
Settings

Scan: Search for available Wi-Fi networks.

WPS Pin Entry: View the PIN used by your device to set up a PIN-secured connection to a
Wi-Fi router or other equipment.
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Wi-Fi Direct: Connect to other Wi-Fi Direct devices. See Wi-Fi Direct for details.

Advanced: Configure detailed Wi-Fi settings. See Wi-Fi Settings for details.
Bluetooth® Settings
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Your phone’s Bluetooth capabilities let you use wireless headsets, send and receive pictures and files,
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and more. For details on your phone’s Bluetooth usage, see Bluetooth®.
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Bluetooth.
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The Bluetooth settings open.
Bluetooth® Settings Operations
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Enable Bluetooth: In Bluetooth settings, touch the slider
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Touch
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Alternatively, touch Bluetooth >
Settings
to disable.
or
.
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
Touch the phone name to toggle discoverable/hidden setting.

The indication below the phone name shows the discoverability status.

After the predetermined time, the phone returns to hidden mode and is no longer
discoverable by nearby devices.

This setting is available when Bluetooth is enabled.
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Pairing Bluetooth Devices: Make sure the other devices are set to be discovered. From
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Bluetooth settings, touch the device name in the “AVAILABLE DEVICES” list and follow the
onscreen instructions.

Depending on the device, you may be required to enter or accept a passkey.

If the target device does not appear, touch SEARCH FOR DEVICES to search again.

This setting is available when Bluetooth is enabled.
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Change the Name of a Paired Device: From Bluetooth settings, touch
device name, touch Rename, enter a new name, and touch OK.
next to a paired
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This setting is available when Bluetooth is enabled.
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Cancelling Pairing: From Bluetooth settings, touch
touch Unpair.
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.
Enable Your Phone to be Discoverable to Other Devices: From Bluetooth settings, touch
your phone name.
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●
to enable and
or
next to a paired device name, and then
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This setting is available when Bluetooth is enabled.
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Enable Service from Paired Device: From Bluetooth settings, touch
device name, and then touch the listing under PROFILES.

If a confirmation prompt appears, follow the onscreen instructions.

This setting is available when Bluetooth is enabled.

This setting is available when the paired device is providing a service.
next to a paired
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or
.
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Search for Other Devices: From Bluetooth settings, touch SEARCH FOR DEVICES.

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Touch the setting to toggle
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This setting is available when Bluetooth is enabled.
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Change your phone name as it appears on other devices: From Bluetooth settings, touch
> Rename phone, enter a name and touch Rename.
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Set Visibility Timeout: From Bluetooth settings, touch
option.
> Visibility timeout and select an

Touch Never time out to allow your phone always to be discoverable unless you turn off
discoverability.

This setting is available when Bluetooth is enabled.
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Check Files Received via Bluetooth Transfer: From Bluetooth settings, touch
received files, and follow the onscreen instructions.
> Show
Call Settings
Your phone’s Call Settings menu lets you configure your voicemail options and a number of other settings
for the phone application.
Call Settings Overview
The call settings menu allows you to configure the following options:
Call Setting
Description
Voicemail
Configure your voicemail settings.
Dial pad touch tones
Enable dialpad tones.
Quick responses
Edit a message that is played when you cannot answer a call.
North American dialing
Enable North American dialing (international calls in North America).
International dialing
Set an international dialing code.
TTY mode
Toggle TTY modes. See TTY Mode for details.
Hearing aids
Enable hearing aid compatibility.
Noise Canceller
Enable the noise canceller function.
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DTMF tones
Set the length of Dual-tone Multi-frequency (DTMF) tones.
CDMA call settings
Make settings for CDMA.
Access Call Settings Options
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Call.
The Call settings menu opens.
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3. Set your Call options.
Your Call settings are saved and applied.
Data Usage Settings
The Data usage menu lets you view your phone’s mobile and Wi-Fi data usage, set data limits, restrict
hotspot usage, and more.
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Data usage.
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The data usage window opens.
Data Usage Settings Operations
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Enable Mobile Data: In the Data usage window, touch the slider
enable the service.
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Enable Restrictions on Mobile Data Usage: From the Data usage window, touch Set mobile
data limit > OK to enable restriction.
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for Mobile data to

A check mark will appear.

With restriction turned on, drag the horizontal limit slider up or down to set the data usage
limit.

This setting is available when Mobile data is enabled.
Set Amount for Alert when Data Usage Increases: From the Data usage window, insert a
check mark next to Set mobile data warning, and then drag the horizontal warning slider up and
down to set an amount.

Data usage amounts are approximate. Actual amounts may differ.

This setting is available when Mobile data is enabled.
Set Date for Resetting Data Usage: To set the data usage measuring cycle, from the Data
usage window, touch the date field next to Data usage cycle, touch Change cycle..., set a reset
date, and touch Set.

This setting is available when Mobile data is enabled.
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Check Data Usage for Each Application: To see how your data is being used, slide the vertical
white bars in the graph to set a usage period, and then touch an app name to see its usage for
the period.
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Enable Data Roaming: From the Data usage window, touch
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
Enter the check mark

If a confirmation appears, follow the onscreen instructions.
Settings
to enable, clear the check mark to disable.
Enable Restrictions on Mobile Data Usage in the Background: From the Data usage window,
touch
●
> Data roaming.
> Background restrictions.

Enter the check mark

If a confirmation appears, follow the onscreen instructions.
to enable, clear the check mark to disable.
Enable permission for automatic app syncing: From the Data usage window, touch
Auto-sync data.
>
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●
●
Enter the check mark
to enable, clear the check mark to disable.
Enable Display of Mobile Data Usage by Wi-Fi: From the Data usage window, touch
Fi usage status.
> Wi-
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Enter the check mark

A WI-FI tab appears when Wi-Fi usage status is enabled. Touch this tab to view mobile data
usage for Wi-Fi.
to enable, clear the check mark to disable.
Enable Restriction on usage of mobile data with Wi-Fi: From the Data usage window, touch
> Mobile hotspots.

When entering a check mark next to the available Wi-Fi networks to enable, you can restrict
apps from using these networks when in the background, and you can configure apps to
warn you before using these networks for large downloads.
More Settings
The More settings menu provides access to additional wireless and network options, such as default
messaging app, VPN, Mobile networks, and more.
More Settings Options
Setting
Description
Airplane mode
Disable all settings that emit or receive signals. Phone stays powered on.
Default SMS app
Set a default SMS app.
Tethering & portable
hotspot
Configure settings for tethering and Wi-Fi hotspots. For more information,
see Mobile Hotspot and Tethering.
VPN
Add a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
Mobile networks
Set a network mode, etc.
Cell broadcasts
Set emergency alert notifications.
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Access More Settings Options
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch More….
The More... settings menu opens.
3. Set items.
Your settings are saved and implemented.
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Airplane Mode Setting
Airplane Mode setting allows you to use many of your phone’s features, such as Gallery, Camera, and
Music, when you are on an airplane or in any other area where making or receiving calls or data is
prohibited. When you set your phone to Airplane Mode, it cannot send or receive any calls or access
online information.
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch More... > Airplane mode.
3. Touch the Airplane mode check box. While in Airplane Mode, the status bar will display
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Default SMS App Settings
If you have multiple messaging apps installed on your phone, you can choose the app your phone uses
for SMS messaging.
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch More... > Default SMS app.
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3. Choose a messaging app.
The default messaging app is set.
Note: If you choose a default messaging app other than Messaging (for example, Google Hangouts or
Messaging+), you will not be able to use the standard Messaging app unless you restore it as the default
messaging app.
Tethering & Portable Hotspot Settings
Tethering & portable hotspot settings let you complete settings for the tethering and hotspot features.
Tethering settings enable your phone to connect to another device for Internet access via USB or
Bluetooth. Hotspot settings allow your phone to serve as a Wi-Fi hotspot. See Mobile Hotspot and
Tethering for more information about Tethering & portable hotspot.
Important: Use of the Tethering and Hotspot features requires an additional subscription. Contact your
network service provider to learn more.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch More... > Tethering & portable hotspot.
3. Set the tethering or portable hotspot options.
Tethering & portable hotspot settings are applied and saved.
Virtual Private Networks (VPN)
From your phone, you can add, set up, and manage virtual private networks (VPNs) that allow you to
connect and access resources inside a secured local network, such as your corporate network.
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Prepare Your Phone for VPN Connection
Depending on the type of VPN you are using at work, you may be required to enter your login credentials
or install security certificates before you can connect to your company’s local network. You can get this
information from your network administrator.
Before you can initiate a VPN connection, your phone must first establish a Wi-Fi or data connection. For
information about setting up and using these connections on your phone, see Browser and Turn Wi-Fi On
and Connect to a Wireless Network.
Set Up Secure Credential Storage
If your network administrator instructs you to download and install security certificates, you must first set
up the phone’s secure credential storage.
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch Security, and then touch Screen lock > Password.
3. Enter a new password (at least four characters including letters) for the credential storage, and
then touch Continue.
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4. Re-enter the password and then touch OK.
The password is set, allowing secure credential storage.
5. Touch Trusted credentials in the Security settings menu and then touch your preferred system
and user credentials.
Your secure credentials storage is set.
You can then download and install the certificates needed to access your local network. Your network
administrator can tell you how to do this.
Add a VPN Connection
Use the Wireless & networks settings menu to add a VPN connection to your phone.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch More… > VPN.
The VPN settings window appears.
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3. Touch Add VPN profile
, and then enter the information for the VPN you want to add.

Information may include Name, Type, Server address, PPP encryption (MPPE), and
advanced options.

Set up all options according to the security details you have obtained from your network
administrator.
4. Touch Save.
Your VPN is added to the VPNs section of the VPN settings window.
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Connect to or Disconnect from a VPN
Once you have set up a VPN connection, connecting and disconnecting from the VPN is easy.
Access the VPN Settings Window
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch More… > VPN.
The VPN settings window appears.
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Connect to a VPN
1. From the VPNs section of the VPN setting window, touch the VPN that you want to connect to.
2. When prompted, enter your login credentials, and then touch Connect.
You will connect to the selected VPN.

When you are connected, a VPN connected icon
appears in the notification area.
3. Open the Web browser to access resources such as intranet sites on your corporate network.
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Disconnect from a VPN
1. Drag the status bar down to open the notifications window.
2. Touch VPN activated.
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3. Touch Disconnect.
Your phone disconnects from the VPN.
Mobile Networks Settings
The Mobile networks options menu lets you enable your phone’s mobile data access, set your preferred
network mode, configure Connections Optimizer, and more.
Mobile Networks Settings Overview
The Mobile networks settings menu allows you to configure the following options:
Mobile Networks Setting
Description
Data enabled
When enabled, data communication can be used via a mobile network.
Preferred network type
Select your network type: LTE/CDMA or CDMA.
Roaming
Set your roaming options.
Automatic Connections
Touch Connections Optimizer to help you manage and enhance your
data experience by finding and connecting to remembered Wi-Fi
networks on your device. For more information, see Connections
Optimizer.
Access Point Names
Touch to create a new access point.
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Access Mobile Networks Settings
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch More... > Mobile networks.
The Mobile networks settings menu opens.
Cell Broadcasts Settings
Cell broadcasts settings allow you to configure emergency alert settings. You can enable or disable alerts
such as Extreme threats, Severe threats, Amber alerts, and Test alert. You cannot disable Presidential
alerts.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch More... > Cell broadcasts.
3. Touch the check box next to each alert to enable or disable alerts.
Your alert settings are saved and applied.
Harman/Kardon Audio Settings
You can enable improved sound quality with the sound effect features of harman/kardon audio.
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Harman/Kardon Audio Settings Overview
The harman/kardon audio settings menu allows you to configure the following options:
Harman/Kardon Audio
Setting
Description
Clari-Fi
Set to ON to recover sound information lost during compression for
®
improved sound quality. Enabled when an earphone, Bluetooth device,
etc., is connected.
Clari-Fi Visualizer
Set to ON for a visual display of the sound effect.
LiveStage
Set to ON for more impressive sound rendering.
Display icon on status bar
when it is enabled.
Set whether the icon is displayed in the status bar when Clari-Fi or
LiveStage is enabled.
Help
View a description of the Harman sound effect.
Access Harman/Kardon Audio Settings
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch harman/kardon audio.

If a description of the Harman sound effect appears, follow the onscreen instructions to
continue.
3. Set your Harman/Kardon Audio options.
Your Harman/Kardon Audio settings are saved and applied.
Sound Settings
The Sound settings menu lets you control your phone’s audio, from ringtones and alerts to touch tones
and notifications.
Sound Settings Overview
The sound settings menu allows you to configure the following options:
Sound Setting
Description
Volumes
Set volume for music, ringtones, alarms, system features, etc.
Silent mode
Enable silent mode.
Incoming call
Set incoming call options.
Notification
Set notification options.
Dial pad touch tones
Enable dialpad tones.
Touch sounds
Enable a tone for screen touches.
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Screen lock sound
Enable a tone when locking/unlocking the screen.
Vibrate on touch
Enable vibration for screen touches.
Access Sound Settings
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Sound.
3. Set your sound options.
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Your sound settings are saved and applied.
Display Settings
Adjusting your phone’s display settings not only helps you see what you want, it can also help increase
battery life.
Display Settings Overview
The display settings menu allows you to configure the following options:
Display Setting
Description
Brightness
Set the display brightness.
Wallpaper
Set a wallpaper.
Frameless effect
Set effect that appears on the display edges when the display turns on.
Display mode
Set the screen colors.
Lock screen while on the
call
Keep screen locked during calls.
Screen on/off by motion
Set the display to turn on/off according to phone movement or operation.
Auto-rotate screen
Enable automatic rotation of the screen.
Set a screen timeout duration.
Sleep
Note: Longer durations discharge the battery more quickly.
Daydream
Set content to be displayed on the screen while charging.
Font size
Set the font size for the screen.
Cast screen
Set wireless output.
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Access Display Settings
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Display.
3. Set your display options.
Your display settings are saved and applied.
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Clip Now Settings
You can enable Clip Now and check usage instructions. See Clip Now for more information about Clip
Now.
Clip Now Settings Overview
The Clip Now settings menu allows you to configure the following options:
Clip Now Setting
Description
Clip Now
Enable/disable the Clip Now feature.
Help
Check how to use Clip Now.
Access Clip Now Settings
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch Clip now.
3. Set your Clip Now options.
Your Clip Now settings are saved and applied.
Storage Settings
The Storage settings menu lets you manage internal storage on your phone and provides options for your
SD card.
Storage Settings Overview
The storage settings menu allows you to configure the following options:
Storage Setting
Description
Total space
View the total space/free space in your phone memory and in an optional
installed SD card.
Unmount SD card
If an optional SD card is installed, touch to unmount the card to allow for
safe removal.
Mount SD card
If an optional SD card is installed, touch to mount the card and make it
available for use.
Erase SD card
If an optional SD card is installed, touch to erase all data stored on the
card and prepare it for use by your phone.
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Access Storage Settings
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Storage.
3. Check or touch items.
Review your storage settings.
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USB Connection Settings
The USB Connection Settings menu lets you select with which method your phone exchanges data when
you connect your phone to your computer.
Select a data exchange method from the following table.
USB Connection Setting
Description
Charge Only
Only recharge after connecting.
Media device (MTP)
Transfer files between your phone and computer such as pictures,
videos, and music.
Camera (PTP)
Transfer picture and video files between your phone and computer.
USB mass storage (UMS)
Exchange data with a computer using your phone as an external storage
device.
Battery Settings
You can monitor your phone’s battery usage through this settings menu. You can also view which
functions are consuming your battery’s charge and at what percentage.
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch Battery.
3. Touch items to view details.
Check your battery condition and access additional options.
Apps Settings
You can check installed applications and running applications.
Apps Settings Overview
Items that can be checked in the Apps settings menu are the following.
Apps Setting
Description
DOWNLOADED
Check downloaded apps.
RUNNING
Check running apps.
ALL
Check all apps.
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Access Apps Settings
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Apps.
3. Touch items to view details.
Check your application settings condition and access additional options.

Settings
Depending on the app and its location, you may be able to force the app closed, uninstall or
disable the app, clear cache and data, and more.
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
You can change how apps are sorted by touching

You can clear any disabling of apps, permission restrictions, etc. all at once for all apps by
touching
> Sort by size/Sort by name.
> Reset app preferences > Reset apps.
Location Services Settings
Your Location Services settings menu lets you select how your phone determines its location (using the
wireless networks, GPS satellites, both, or neither).
Location Services Settings Overview
Your Location settings menu allows you to configure the following options.
Location Services Setting
Description
Mode
Select a locating method: High accuracy, Battery saving, or Device only.
Turn Accelerated location ON to use the Qualcomm IZat location
acceleration hardware.
RECENT LOCATION
REQUESTS
Display apps that have recently requested your phone’s location.
LOCATION SERVICES
Permit Google to use your phone’s location information and location
history.
Enable Location Services
Before using any features that require location assistance, you must enable your phone’s location
services.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Location services.
3. Touch the Location services slider to turn Location services on
.
Your phone’s location services are enabled.

Settings
If you see a confirmation, follow the onscreen instructions to connect.
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Access Location Settings
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Location services.
3. Configure the desired settings.
Your location settings are applied and saved.
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Security Settings
The Security settings menus let you set screen security options, encryption options, password visibility,
administrator settings, and credential storage options.
Security Settings Overview
Many security settings are dependent on Screen lock settings, SIM lock settings, etc. The following table
outlines the settings available through the Security settings menu:
Security Setting
Description
Screen lock
Set your screen lock. See Lock Screen Settings for details.
Improve face matching
Liveness check
*4
*4
You need to blink when unlocking the screen with the face Unlock set.
Make pattern visible
Automatically lock
*2
*2*3*4
Power key to lock
*2*3*4
instantly
Enable widgets
When you have a face unlock set, you can capture your face in different
conditions to improve the face matching ability.
*1*2*3*4
When you have a Pattern screen lock set, you can choose whether the
pattern is visible briefly as you draw it on the lock screen.
When you have a screen lock set, you can choose a time period for
automatically locking the screen after the screen turns off, or choose to
have the screen lock immediately when the screen turns off.
Pressing the Power key locks the screen immediately.
Enable multiple widgets on your lock screen.
Owner info
Show your information on the lock screen.
Encrypt phone
Encrypt all data on your phone.
Encrypt microSD
Encrypt the data on an optional installed SD card.
Make passwords visible
Toggle to show or hide passwords when entering form data.
Device administrator
View or turn off device administrators.
Unknown sources
Allow or deny installation of apps from sources other than the Google
Play Store app.
Verify apps
Disallow or warn before installation of apps that may cause harm.
Storage type
Check the storage type.
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Trusted credentials
Display trusted CA certificates.
Install from microSD
Install encrypted credentials.
Clear credentials
Delete all credentials and reset the credential storage password.
*1
This option is available when the Slide screen lock is set.
*2
This option is available when the Pattern screen lock is set.
*3
This option is available when the PIN/Password screen lock is set.
*4
This option is available when the face unlock screen lock is set.
Access Security Settings
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch Security.
The Security settings menu opens.
3. Set your security options.
Your security settings are applied and saved.
Encrypt phone
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch Security.
The Security settings menu opens.
3. Touch Encrypt phone.

Settings
Encrypt phone is dimmed if your phone is not plugged into the charger.
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4. Enter a PIN or password you have set and then touch Next.
5. Touch Encrypt phone.

Encrypting starts and then the phone restarts.
Phone Encryption Cautions
Files on your phone can be encrypted with Encrypt phone.
●
After performing Encrypt phone, storage decryption password entry window appears each time
your phone is powered on. Enter PIN or password set in Screen lock.
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To disable encryption of your phone, perform Reset all.
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Charge your phone adequately beforehand, and charge your phone during the encryption
process.
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If Encrypt phone is interrupted, all files on your phone will be deleted.
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Emergency calls cannot be placed in storage decryption password entry window.
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If incorrect PIN or password is entered 10 times and 20 times consecutively in storage decryption
password entry window, input will be disabled for 30 seconds. Note that your phone will be
initialized after 30 consecutive failures.
Encrypt microSD
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch Security.
The Security settings menu opens.
3. Touch Encrypt microSD.
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4. After an alert that all data will be erased appears, touch OK.
5. Touch Erase SD card.
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6. Enter a PIN or password you have set and then touch Next.
7. Touch Erase everything.
Data saved on microSD card is encrypted.
SD Card Encryption Cautions
Files on SD Card can be encrypted with Encrypt microSD.
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Settings
Encrypted SD Card cannot be recognized by any device other than your phone used for
encrypting the SD Card.
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Encrypting SD Card prevents files on that SD Card from being accessed by other people (e.g.,
when your handset is lost).
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Even when encrypted SD Card is removed from your phone then inserted into another phone or
connected to a PC via an SD Card reader/writer, files on the encrypted SD Card cannot be
accessed from the device.
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Performing Encrypt microSD deletes all SD Card files.
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To disable encryption of SD Card and use it normally, perform Erase SDcard and then Reset all.
Note that files on the SD Card will be deleted.
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Once used for encrypting SD Card, your phone cannot be connected to a PC in MTP mode or
PTP mode.
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SD Card becomes read-only when inserted into your phone that has been used for encrypting
another SD Card.
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To write to read-only SD Card, perform steps in Format SD Card. Note that files on the SD Card
will be deleted.
Lock Screen Settings
The lock screen settings let you set your method for unlocking your phone, customize lock screen
options, determine whether to show pop-up tips for unlocking the phone, and enter your owner
information to be displayed on the lock screen.
Lock Screen Cautions
Please note that if you forget the pattern/PIN/password for unlocking the screen, you will not be able
to unlock the screen.
Screen Lock
You can increase the security of your phone by creating a screen lock. When enabled, you have to draw
the correct unlock pattern on the screen, enter the correct PIN, or enter the correct password to unlock
the phone’s control keys, and touchscreen.
In order from least secure to most secure, the available screen lock options are:
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None
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Slide
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Face Unlock
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Pattern
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PIN
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Password
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Important: To protect your phone and data from unauthorized access, it is recommended that you use
the highest security level available (Password protection). It is also recommended you frequently change
your password to ensure the safety of your phone and personal data.
Access Screen Lock Settings
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Security.
The Security settings menu opens.
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3. Touch Screen lock.
The Screen lock settings menu opens.
Use Slide to Unlock the Screen
■
From the Screen lock settings menu, touch Slide to save the setting.
The screen lock is set.
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Use Face Unlock
1. From the Screen lock settings menu, touch Face Unlock.
2. Touch Set it up after checking the precautions displayed on the screen.
3. Touch Continue.
4. Fit your face in the frame.
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5. After “Face captured.” is displayed, touch Continue.
6. Touch a backup unlock method in the case your phone cannot recognize your face.

For Pattern, follow the instructions described in “Use a Screen Unlock Pattern” below.

For PIN, follow the instructions described in “Use a Screen Unlock PIN” below.
7. Touch OK.
The screen lock is set.
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Use a Screen Unlock Pattern
1. From the Screen lock settings menu, touch Pattern.
2. Draw the screen unlock pattern by connecting at least four dots in a vertical, horizontal, or
diagonal direction. Lift your finger from the screen when finished.
The phone records the pattern.
3. Touch Continue.
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4. When prompted, draw the screen unlock pattern again, and then touch Confirm.
The screen unlock pattern is saved.
Note: Clear the Make pattern visible check box if you do not want the unlock pattern to display on the
screen when you unlock it.
Note: To change your unlock screen pattern, from home, touch
lock.
> Settings
> Security > Screen
Note: If you draw a mistaken pattern five times in a row to unlock the screen while a Google account is
activated, your phone determines that the pattern was forgotten and a prompt appears. Touch the prompt
and log in to the Google account to unlock the screen.
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Use a Screen Unlock PIN
1. From the Screen lock settings menu, touch PIN.
2. Enter a PIN, touch Continue, re-enter your PIN, and then touch OK to save the setting.
The screen lock is set.

If you fail to enter the correct PIN after five attempts, you will be prompted to wait for 30
seconds before you can try again.
Use a Screen Unlock Password
1. From the Screen lock settings menu, touch Password.
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2. Enter a password, touch Continue, re-enter your password, and then touch OK to save the
setting.
The screen lock is set.

If you fail to enter the correct password after five attempts, you will be prompted to wait for 30
seconds before you can try again.
Important: To protect your phone and data from unauthorized access, it is recommended that you use
the screen unlock password (highest security). It is also recommended that you frequently change your
password to ensure the safety of your phone and personal data.
Disable the Screen Lock
Follow the instructions below to turn off your current screen lock.
1. From home, touch
Settings
> Settings
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2. Touch Security.
The Security screen settings menu opens.
3. Touch Screen lock.
4. Draw your unlock screen pattern, enter your PIN, or enter your password.
5. Touch None.
The screen lock is disabled.
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Language & Input Settings
Your phone’s language and input settings let you select a language for the phone’s menus and
keyboards, select and configure keyboard settings, configure speech input settings, and set your phone’s
mouse/trackpad options.
Language & Input Settings Overview
You can set the following options in the Language and input settings menu:
Language & Input Setting
Description
Language
Set the language for your display and menus.
Choose whether to perform the spell check when typing words. Touch
Spell checker
on the right side to set the spell checker options.
Personal dictionary
Add words in Personal dictionary.
Default
Set the default method for entering text.
Google Keyboard
Enable or disable Google keyboard. Touch
Google keyboard options.
on the right side to set
Swype
Enable or disable Swype keyboard. Touch
Swype keyboard options.
on the right side to set
Google voice typing
Enable or disable Google voice typing. Touch
Google voice typing options.
Voice Search
Set your voice search options.
Text-to-speech output
Set text-to-speech output.
Pointer speed
Set the speed of the pointer for a mouse/trackpad.
Settings
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Access Language & Input Setting Options
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Language & input.
The Language & input settings menu opens.
3. Set options.
The Language & input settings are applied and saved.
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Language & Input Options
Some of the language and input options are detailed below.
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Set the Display Language: From the Language & input settings menu, touch Language and
then touch a language to assign it.
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Enable Spell Checker: From the Language & input settings menu, touch Spell checker to
toggle the option on or off. (A check mark
indicates the option is enabled.)
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Set Spell Checker Options: From the Language & input settings menu, touch
checker and configure your Spell checker options.
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Edit Personal Dictionary: From the Language & input settings menu, touch Personal
dictionary, and edit Personal dictionary.
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Set Input Method: From the Language & input settings menu, touch Default and then touch an
input method.
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Set Google Keyboard Options: From the Language & input settings menu, touch
Google Keyboard and configure your keyboard options.
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Set Swype keyboard Options: From the Language & input settings menu, touch
Swype and configure your keyboard options.
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Enable Voice Input: From the Language & input settings menu, touch Google voice typing to
toggle the option on or off. (A check mark
next to Spell
next to
next to
indicates the option is enabled.)
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Set Voice Output when Using Voice Search: From the Language & input settings menu, touch
Voice Search, touch a settings option, and follow the onscreen instructions.
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Set options for Text-to-Speech Output: From the Language & input settings menu, touch Textto-speech output, touch a settings option, and follow the onscreen instructions.
●
Set Speed of Pointer for Mouse/Trackpad: From the Language & input settings menu, touch
Pointer speed, drag the bar to adjust the speed, and touch OK.
Backup & Reset
Your phone’s Backup & reset menu lets you back up your phone’s data and settings to Google servers
before resetting your phone to the original factory settings. The Factory data reset erases all data from
the phone’s application storage, including:
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Your Google account
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All other email and social networking accounts
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System and application data and settings
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Downloaded applications
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Some preInstall applications
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Music
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Photos
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Other user data
Backup & Reset Overview
The following options are available in the Back up and reset menu:
Backup & Reset Option
Description
Back up my data
Enable backup for application data, Wi-Fi passwords, and other settings
to Google servers.
Backup account
Select the account used to back up data.
Automatic restore
When reinstalling an application, backed up settings and data will be
restored.
Reset all
Reset all settings and delete all data on your phone.
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Performing a factory data reset erases all data on the phone. It is recommended that you back up
important data before performing a factory data reset.
●
Erased information cannot be restored. Only erase data after you are sure you have saved
everything you need.
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Access Backup & Reset Options
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Backup & reset.
The Backup & reset menu opens.
3. Set options.
The Backup & reset settings are applied and saved.

Settings
If you’re performing Reset all, follow the prompts to confirm the data removal. The phone will
erase all data and reboot.
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Reset all
Tip: Before performing a factory data reset on your phone, you may want to unmount the microSD card to
avoid losing any data you may have stored on it. From home, touch
Unmount SD card > OK to unmount the storage card.
> Settings
> Storage >
1. From the Backup & reset menu, touch Reset all.
2. Read the reset all information page and touch Reset phone.
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3. Touch Erase everything.
Your phone will power down and reset itself, which may take up to 10 minutes.

Once the phone has reset, it will run through the Hands Free Activation and update
processes again. When finished, you will see the Welcome screen and Setup screens. See
Complete the Setup Screens to start over.
Accounts
The Accounts settings menu lets you add and manage all your email, social networking, and picture and
video sharing accounts.
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Set Up a New Account
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Add account.
An Add account window appears.
3. Touch an account type and then follow the onscreen instructions to add the required account
information.
The account is added to the accounts list.
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Manage Existing Accounts
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch an account > <account name>.
The account settings menu appears.
3. Select your account settings, and then update the settings you want to change.
The account options are updated.
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Date & Time Settings
Use the Date & Time settings menu either to automatically use the network-provided date and time or
manually set these values, as well as select time and date format options.
Date & Time Overview
The following Date & Time options may be configured:
Date and Time Option
Description
Automatic date & time
Set the date and time automatically via the connected wireless network.
Automatic time zone
Set the time zone automatically via the connected wireless network.
Set date
Set the date manually (only available when the Automatic date & time
option is disabled).
Set time
Set the time manually (only available when the Automatic date & time
option is disabled).
Select time zone
Set the time zone manually (only available when the Automatic time
zone option is disabled).
Use 24-hour format
Enable or disable 24-hour format.
Choose date format
Set the date display format.
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Access Date & Time Options
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Date & time.
3. Set available date & time options.
Your date & time settings are applied and saved.
Accessibility Settings
The Accessibility settings menu lets you enable and manage accessibility-related applications.
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Accessibility Settings Overview
The following Accessibility options may be configured:
Accessibility Option
Description
TalkBack
Activate the Talkback feature and configure options.
Captions
Turn captions on/off, and set language, size, and style.
Magnification gestures
Control whether your phone recognizes gestures to pan, and zoom in or
out by triple-tapping the screen.
Large text
Set the text to large size.
Power button ends call
Enable the Power key to end calls.
Auto-rotate screen
Set the screen to rotate automatically when the phone is rotated.
Speak passwords
Set the phone to read passwords aloud as they are entered.
Accessibility shortcut
Control whether your device recognizes a gesture to quickly enable
accessibility features. To use the gesture, press and hold the Power key
until you hear a sound or feel a vibration, then touch and hold two fingers
on the screen until you hear an audio confirmation.
Hearing aids
Enable hearing aid compatibility.
Text-to-speech output
Configure options for converting text to speech.
Touch & hold delay
Choose how long your phone waits when you hold your finger on the
screen, before continuing with the touch and hold action.
Persistent Alerts
Set alerts to repeat. Configurable per application.
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Access Accessibility Options
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Accessibility.
3. Set available accessibility options.
Your accessibility settings are applied and saved.
Printing
The Printing window configures settings for cloud printing, etc.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Printing.
The Printing window appears.
3. Follow the onscreen instructions.
Activate This Device
The Activate this device menu lets you activate a new phone or use additional self-service options such
as checking the status of an in-service phone.
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1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch Activate this Device.
The Device Self Service menu appears.
3. Follow the onscreen prompts to activate your phone or review your summary.
Your phone activates. If already activated on an account, you will see a usage and plan
summary.
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System Updates
System updates options let you update your phone’s software.
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch System updates to use the following options:

Settings
Update PRL: Download the latest Preferred Roaming List (PRL), used by your phone to
access the network.
389

Update Profile: Update the user profile related to your wireless service account. If you
choose to change your user name online, use this option to update the user name on your
phone.

Update Sharp software: Upgrade to the latest software available for your phone.
About Phone
The About Phone menu lets you access important phone information, search for and apply updates, and
view legal and safety information.
About Phone Overview
The following About Phone items may be reviewed or set:
About Phone Item
Description
Status
Check your phone’s status.
4G Settings
Check the Network provider and IP address.
Adjust touch screen
Adjust the accuracy of the touch screen.
Sensor calibration
Adjust motion sensor and electromagnetic sensor.
Legal information
Check copyright information, terms of use, etc.
Regulatory information
Check the regulatory information.
Model number
Check the phone’s model number.
HW version
Check the phone’s hardware version.
Processor info
Check the phone’s processor information.
Android version
Check the Android version number.
Baseband version
Check the phone’s baseband version.
Kernel version
Check the phone’s kernel version.
Build number
Check the current phone build number.
SW version
Check the phone’s software version.
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Access About Phone Options
1. From home, touch
> Settings
.
2. Touch About phone.
3. Select or view available options.
Your phone information is displayed.
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Copyright Information
Licensed by InterDigital Technology Corporation under certain patents relating to TDMA or CDMA-based
digital wireless telephony.
THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AVC PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE
PERSONAL AND NONCOMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER TO (i) ENCODE VIDEO IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE AVC STANDARD (“AVC VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODE AVC VIDEO THAT
WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND NONCOMMERCIAL ACTIVITY
AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED TO PROVIDE AVC VIDEO. NO
LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA, L.L.C. SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM.
This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 Visual Patent Portfolio License for the personal and noncommercial use of a consumer to ( i ) encode video in compliance with the MPEG-4 Video
Standard(“MPEG-4 Video”) and/or (ii) decode MPEG-4 Video that was encoded by a consumer engaged
in a personal and non-commercial activity and/or was obtained from a licensed video provider. No license
is granted or implied for any other use. Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA. See
http://www.mpegla.com.
This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 Systems Patent Portfolio License for encoding in compliance
with the MPEG-4 Systems Standard, except that an additional license and payment of royalties are
necessary for encoding in connection with (i) data stored or replicated in physical media which is paid for
on a title by title basis and/or (ii) data which is paid for on a title by title basis and is transmitted to an end
user for permanent storage and/or use. Such additional license may be obtained from MPEG LA, LLC.
See http://www.mpegla.com for additional details.
THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE VC-1 PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE
PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER TO (i) ENCODE VIDEO IN
COMPLIANCE WITH THE VC-1 STANDARD (“VC-1 VIDEO”).
AND/OR (ii) DECODE VC-1 VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A
PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO
PROVIDER LICENSED TO PROVIDE VC-1 VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE
IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA,
L.L.C. SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM.
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®
®
®
Microsoft , Excel , PowerPoint and Exchange are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the U.S.A. and other countries.
®
®
®
®
Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word are product names of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S.A.
®
Bluetooth is a trademark of the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
Sharp is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
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Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be
trademarks of their respective owners.
microSD Logo, microSDHC Logo and microSDXC Logo are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC.
®
This product has passed certification testing as stipulated by Wi-Fi Alliance in order to guarantee
interconnectivity of wireless LAN devices based on wireless LAN specification IEEE 802.11, and has
been certified as “Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™”.
Supports* IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n (2.4 GHz/5 GHz)/ac.
* See each manufacturer’s website for information on supporting products.
Functionality provided for completing wireless LAN connection settings (SSID, authentication method,
encryption key, etc.) by push button method or PIN entry method using Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ (WPS).
®
®
®
Wi-Fi , Wi-Fi Alliance , Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED logo, and the Wi-Fi
®
Protected Setup logo are registered trademarks of Wi-Fi Alliance .
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™, Wi-Fi Direct™, Wi-Fi Protected Setup™, WPA2™, and Miracast™ are trademarks of
®
Wi-Fi Alliance .
Sharp and AQUOS are registered trademarks of Sharp Corporation. SHARP is a trademark of Sharp
Corporation.
Google™, Google logo, Android™, Android logo, Google Play™, Google Play logo, Google+™, Google+
logo, Google Settings™, Google Settings logo, Gmail™, Gmail logo, Google Calendar™, Google
Calendar logo, Google Maps™, Google Maps logo, Google Chrome™, Google Chrome logo, Google
Voice Search™, Google Voice Search logo, Picasa™, YouTube™, YouTube logo, Google Drive™,
Google Drive logo, Google Search™, Google Search logo and Google Now™ are trademarks of Google
Inc.
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QUALCOMM 3G/4G
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Facebook is a registered trademark of Facebook, Inc.
Twitter is a trademark of Twitter, Inc., and is used under license.
Livestage™ is a trademark of Harman International Industries, Incorporated.
Clari-Fi™ is a trademark of Harman International Industries, Incorporated.
©2014 Harman International Industries, Incorporated
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Harman Kardon is a registered trademark and trademark of Harman International Industries,
Incorporated.
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Other marks are trademarks of their respective owners.
■OpenSSL License
OpenSSL License
Copyright © 1998-2009 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit.
(http://www.openssl.org/)
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
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OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE
OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights reserved.
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO
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LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
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OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF
THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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For Assistance
The following topics address areas of support for your phone, including troubleshooting, specifications,
account information, warranty information, and customer service contact information.
Troubleshooting
Check the questions and answers below for troubleshooting solutions for common phone issues.
Check Here First
Question: Phone does not turn on.
Answer: Are you holding the Power key down? Continue pressing the Power key until the logo is
displayed.
Answer: Is the phone charged? Recharge the phone if not charged.
Question: Phone turns off/does not turn on.
Answer: If you continue using your phone while it is warm, a caution is displayed and your phone
turns off in 3 minutes. Exit any apps and turn off the screen to let the phone cool down.
Question: Phone freezes/operation is unstable.
Answer: If your phone freezes or you cannot operate it, you can force your phone to turn off. Press
and hold the Power key for 8 seconds or more.

Release the Power key once your phone vibrates. Your phone turns off.
Question: Operation is unstable after a new application was installed.
Answer: The newly installed application may be the cause. Uninstall the application. See Uninstall an
App.
Question: Phone starts operating on its own without touching the screen/phone does not respond to
screen touch.
Answer: Press the Power key to turn off the screen, and then press again to turn the screen on
before using the phone.
Question: Cannot use phone, mail, or Internet.
Answer 1: Check whether you are where signal is weak or out of service area.
Answer 2: Power the phone on again.
Answer 3: Is the phone in Airplane mode? To check that Airplane mode is cancelled:
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
From home, touch
> Settings
> More... > Airplane mode.
Answer 4: Is data communication disabled? To check that data communication is enabled:

From home, touch
> Settings
> More... > Mobile networks > Data enabled.
Answer 5: Is a disabled access point set? To reset to initial settings:

From home, touch
>
> Settings
> More... > Mobile networks > Access Point Names
> Reset to default.
Question: Battery level goes down quickly.
Answer: Are you where signal is weak or have been out of service area for a long period? Calling
where signal is weak or being out of service area uses a lot of battery.
Answer: Your phone’s usable time is decreased by frequently using flash or functions/operations that
emit sound, frequently using data communication, etc. with external devices, increasing the screen
brightness, or setting long times for the screen, etc. to remain lit.
Question: Cannot install applications.
Answer: Applications cannot be installed with only a little free space on the phone or SD card. To
check free space, see Storage Settings.
Answer: Applications not supported by your phone cannot be installed.
Question: Screen dims quickly.
Answer: The screen automatically dims when the phone becomes warm. The screen returns to its
original brightness once the phone cools down.
Question: Cannot unlock screen.
Answer: If your phone freezes or you cannot operate it, you can force your phone to turn off. Touch
and hold the Power key for 8 seconds or more.

Release the Power key once your phone vibrates. Your phone turns off.
Question: Cannot charge/charging takes time.
Answer: Is the micro USB plug on the AC adapter connected firmly to the phone? Remove the micro
USB plug and connect it again.
Answer: Is the AC adapter plugged in firmly to a standard electrical outlet? Unplug the AC adapter
and plug it in again firmly.
Answer: Are you using a non-specified AC adapter? Always use a specified AC adapter. Using a
non-specified AC adapter not only prevents charging, but may also affect the internal battery.
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Answer: Is the LED blinking? The internal battery is not being charged. Use a specified AC adapter
to recharge.
Answer: Is the micro USB plug on the AC adapter soiled? Clean the terminals with a clean, dry swab
and recharge again.
Answer: Are you recharging by USB? Recharging by USB takes longer than with the AC adapter.
You may also not be able to recharge depending on the connection environment.
Question: Recharging stops/recharging does not start.
Answer: Recharging stops automatically if the phone becomes warm. Recharging starts again once
the phone cools down.
Question: SIM card is not recognized.
Answer: Is the SIM card installed properly? Is it installed in the right location and orientation? Turn off
your phone, check whether the SIM card is installed properly, and then turn your phone on again. If
this does not remedy the problem, the SIM card may be damaged.
Answer: Are there any fingerprints, etc. or other soiling on the (gold) IC chip on the SIM card?
Remove the SIM card, wipe with a clean, dry cloth, and install it again properly.
Answer: Is the wrong SIM card installed? An unusable SIM card may be installed. Make sure that the
right SIM card is installed.
Question: Cannot recharge by USB.
Answer: Is the computer turned on? You cannot recharge if the computer is not turned on.
Answer: Are you using a USB hub? You may not be able to recharge if using a USB hub. Connect
the optional micro USB cable for PC directly to the computer.
Question: Cannot make a call/calls do not connect.
Answer: Is the phone in Airplane mode? To check that Airplane mode is cancelled:
•
From home, touch
> Settings
> More... > Airplane mode.
Answer: Are you where signals can be received? Check the signal indicator while changing locations
and call again.
Question: Cannot hear the other party.
Answer: Is the call volume low? Touch the Volume Up key during a call to turn the call volume up.
Specifications
The following tables list your phone’s and battery’s specifications.
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Phone Specifications
Item
Description
Weight
Approx. 141 g (with Internal Battery)
Internal Battery Capacity
2,040 mAh
Continuous Talk Time
3G: Approx. 780 minutes
Charging Time
Approx. 180 minutes
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Approx. 67 × 131 × 10 mm (without protruding parts)
3G: 0.25 W
Maximum Output
4G: 0.2 W
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Index
3-way Calling, 118
4G, 193
4G LTE, 193
About phone, 394
Access Call Settings, 120
Accessibility, 388
Accessory Jack, 3
Accounts
Add new, 385
Manage, 386
Settings, 384
Activate This Device, 391
Activation, 23, 391
Airplane Mode, 41
Settings, 330
Alarm, 253
Answer a Call, 98
Application
Launch, 32
Applications, 32
Applications List, 27, 33
Apps
Find and install, 62
Request refunds, 64
Uninstall, 68
Update, 64
Apps List, 27, 33
Apps Settings, 354
Back Key, 3
Back up Contacts, 135
Back Up Phone, 380
Backup & Reset, 380
Battery
Charge, 15
Settings, 353
Bluetooth, 297
About, 297
Connect, 301
Pair devices, 299
Receive information, 305
Send information, 303
Settings, 321
Share pictures and videos, 225
Turn on or off, 297
Index
Bookmark, 197
Browser
Bookmark, 197
History, 199
Launch connection, 196
Settings, 207
Tabs, 200
Calculator, 244
Calendar, 245
Add event, 246
Sync Exchange ActiveSync calendar, 251
View events, 248
Call Forwarding, 119
Call Logs
Make call from, 105
Call settings, 323
Call Settings menu, 121
Call Waiting, 116
Caller ID, 116
Caller ID Blocking, 116
Camera, 210
Camera functions, 233
Settings, 230
Switch cameras, 231
Take a picture, 210
Viewfinder, 212, 216
Car Kit
Connect, 301
Cast screen, 306
Cell broadcasts Settings, 343
Charger Jack, 3
Charger/Accessory Jack, 3
Clip Now, 271
Settings, 350
Clock, 252
Additional features, 255
Alarm, 253
Stopwatch, 256
Timer, 256
World Clock, 256
Computer
Connect to via USB, 278
Conference Calling, 118
Connections Optimizer, 276
399
Contacts, 122
Add contact, 122
Back up, 135
Check Contact, 126
Delete, 129
Edit, 128
Import, 133
Make call from, 103
Save a phone number, 124
Share, 131
Contacts Screen Layout, 127
Copyrights, 396
Credentials, 360
Data Services, 193
Status indicators, 196
User name, 194
Data Usage Settings, 325
Date & Time, 387
Default SMS App
Settings, 331
Device Administrator, 359
Direct Wave Receiver, 4
Display settings, 348
Drag, 21
Editing Text, 50
Email
Add account, 179
Add Exchange ActiveSync account, 183
Compose and send, 185
Delete account, 190
Manage inbox, 192
Open new message, 187
Send Gmail, 163
Setup, 179
Share pictures, 222
View and reply, 188
Emergency Numbers, 97
Encrypt Device, 359
Encrypt SD Card, 359
Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1), 97
Enter Text, 43
Exchange ActiveSync
Add account, 183
Extended Home Screen, 82
Facebook, 258
Install, 258
Share pictures and videos, 226
Use, 260
Factory Data Reset, 383
Index
Flash, 3
Flick, 22
Folders, 93
Gallery, 217
Share pictures and videos, 222
View pictures and videos, 217
Gmail
Add another account, 175
Archive threads, 169
Create account, 52
Delete threads, 171
Labels, 168
Manage Messages, 168
Mute threads, 170
New messages, 165
Read and reply, 165
Read messages, 166
Report phishing, 174
Report spam, 174
Search, 172
Send message, 163
Share pictures, 222
Switch accounts, 177
Gmail Account, 52
Google
Create account, 52
Hangouts, 239
Sign in, 58
Voice search, 243
Google Account, 52
Google Keyboard, 43
Google Maps, 236
Google Play
Find and install apps, 62
Help, 70
Store, 61
Google Play Music, 264
Google Play Music Screen Layout, 265
Playlists, 267
Google Search, 242
Google Voice Typing, 49
Google Wallet, 270
GPS Satellites, 356
Hangouts, 239
Harman/Kardon Audio
Settings, 344
Headset
Connect, 301
Headset Jack, 2
400
Home Screen, 27, 81
Add Folders, 93
Add Shortcuts, 90
Add Widgets, 91
Customize, 88
Extended, 82
Home Screen Layout, 81
Import Contacts, 133
In-call
Screen lock, 101
In-Call Options, 102
In-Call Screen, 101
In-Call Screen Layout, 102
Incoming Call
Answer, 98
Mute, 99
Reject, 99
Reject and send message, 100
Input Settings, 378
Internet, 139
Key Layout, 4
Keyboard
Google, 43
Swype, 46
Touchscreen, 43
Language Settings, 378
Location
GPS satellites, 356
Wireless networks, 356
Location Services, 356
Lock screen settings, 368
Maps, 236
Menu
Open, 28
Messaging, 139
microSD Card
Encrypt, 359
Mirroring, 306
MMS
Create slideshow, 146
Options, 161
Send messages, 141
Mobile Hotspot, 293
Mobile Networks Settings, 342
More settings, 328
Multimedia Messaging
Share pictures and videos, 223
Music
Google Play Music, 264
Index
Mute Incoming Call, 99
NASCAR MOBILE, 235
Navigation, 235
Google Maps, 236
Scout, 238
Notification Icons, 83
Notifications, 83
Notifications Window, 86
Notifications Windows Layout, 88
OfficeSuite, 270
Option
Select, 28
Phone
Dialer, 95
Parts and Functions, 2
Turn On/Off, 18
Phone Calls, 95
Answer, 98
Emergency numbers, 97
Using Call Logs, 105
Using contacts, 103
Using Phone Dialpad, 95
Phone Layout (illustration), 2
Phone Memory, 7
Phone Number, 37
Save to contacts, 124
Phone Status, 394
Phone Update
Software, 73
Picasa
Share pictures, 228
Pictures
Crop, 220
Edit, 218
Rotate, 219
Share via Bluetooth, 225
Share via email, 222
Share via Facebook, 226
Share via messaging, 223
Share via Picasa, 228
Take with camera, 210
View, 217
Pinch, 22
Place Calls, 95
Play Music, 264
Google Play Music Screen Layout, 265
Play Store, 61
Find and install apps, 62
Power Key, 4
401
Power Off, 19
Power On, 18
Printing, 390
Quick Settings Menu Layout, 88
Reject call and send message, 100
Reject Incoming Call, 99
Rotate, 22
Save a Phone Number, 124
Scout, 238
Screen
Landscape, 30
Portrait, 30
Screen lock, 101
Screen Lock, 72, 368
Disable, 376
Screen Orientation, 30
Screen Unlock, 72
Screen Unlock Face Unlock, 371
Screen Unlock Password, 375
Screen Unlock Pattern, 373
Screen Unlock PIN, 375
Screen Unlock Slide, 370
Screenshot
Capture, 31
SD Card, 7
Encrypt, 359
Format, 12
Insert, 8
Remove, 11
Unmount, 9
Search
Google, 242
Secure Credential Storage, 334
Security Settings, 359
Settings, 309
Open, 29
Overview, 309
Settings Menu
Open, 29
Setup Screens, 24
Share
Contacts, 131
Silent Mode, 39
SIM Card, 5
Handle, 5
Insert, 5
Slide, 21
Sound Settings, 346
Speaker, 3
Index
Specifications, 401
Spread, 22
Status Bar, 82
Status Bar Layout, 83
Status Icons, 85
Stopwatch, 256
Storage
Settings, 351
Swipe, 21
Swype, 46
Sync
calendars, 250
System updates, 393
Tethering, 295, 332
Tethering & Portable Hotspot Settings, 332
Text Editing, 50
Text Entry, 43
Text Messaging
Conversations, 149
Draft messages, 147
Notifications, 149
Options, 161
Send messages, 139
Timer, 256
Touch, 19
Touch and Hold, 20
Touchscreen, 19
Keyboard, 43
Turn off, 72
Turn on, 72
Troubleshooting, 399
TTY Mode, 311
Turn Device Off, 19
Turn Device On, 18
Tweet, 257
Twitter, 257
Install, 257
Typing, 43
USB Connection
Settings, 353
Video Camera
Record video, 213
Videos
Record, 213
Share via Bluetooth, 225
Share via Facebook, 226
Share via messaging, 223
Share via YouTube, 229
View, 217
402
Visual Voicemail, 109
Listen to multiple messages, 111
Options, 112
Review, 110
Set up, 109
Settings, 113
Voice Search, 243
Voice Typing, 49
Voicemail
Display name, 115
Greeting, 115
Setup, 107
Volume
Key, 4
VPN, 333
Add connection, 336
Connect or disconnect, 339
Prepare for connection, 334
Secure credential storage, 334
Index
Wallpaper, 89
Web
Launch connection, 196
Widgets, 91
Wi-Fi, 283
Disconnect, 288
Settings, 285, 316
Turn on and connect, 283
Wi-Fi Calling
Settings, 313
Wi-Fi Direct, 290
Wi-Fi Hotspot, 293, 332
Wi-Fi Settings, 285
World Clock, 256
YouTube, 261
Post, 262
Share videos, 229
Watch Videos, 261
Zoom, 22
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