T-Mobile HTC HD7 User Manual
Your HTC HD7
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Contents
Contents
Basics
Inside the box
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Your phone
6
Bottom cover
8
SIM card
9
Battery
10
Switching your phone on or off
11
Entering your PIN
12
Finger gestures
12
Using the kickstand
12
Getting started
Setting up your phone for the first time
13
Start screen
13
Accessing apps and settings
14
Hubs
14
Sleep mode
14
Unlocking the screen
15
Changing your lock screen wallpaper
15
Status icons
16
Adjusting the volume
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Searching
17
Interacting with your phone by speaking
17
Setting up an account
17
Changing the ringtone
18
Changing the theme
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Phone calls
Making calls
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Receiving calls20
Using in-call options20
Using call history22
Call services23
Turning Flight mode (Airplane mode) on or off 23
People
About the People hub24
Viewing your contacts list and feeds24
Adding a new contact25
Importing contacts from your SIM card26
Merging contact information26
Editing, searching, and deleting26
Your Me tile27
Contents
Keyboard
Using the onscreen keyboard29
Entering words with predictive text30
Changing keyboard settings30
Messaging
About Messaging31
Sending a text message31
Sending a picture message32
Viewing and replying to a message32
Managing message conversations33
Email
Adding a POP3/IMAP email account34
Adding a Microsoft Exchange Server account34
Checking your inbox35
Sending an email message36
Calendar
About Calendar38
Creating a calendar appointment38
Changing calendar views39
Viewing, editing or deleting an appointment
40
Viewing, dismissing, or snoozing appointment reminders
40
Displaying and synchronizing calendars
41
Getting connected
Data connection
42
Wi-Fi
43
Using your phone’s web browser
44
Bluetooth
47
Camera
Camera basics
49
Taking a photo
50
Capturing a video
50
After capturing
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Camera settings
51
Pictures
About the Pictures hub
52
Viewing photos and videos
53
Touching up your photos
53
Sending your photos
53
Sharing your photos on the Web
54
Contents
Zune
Synchronizing your computer and phone
55
Music + Videos hub
56
Listening to music
56
Watching videos
56
Listening to or watching your podcasts
57
Listening to the radio
57
Maps and location
Turning on location services
58
Bing Maps
58
HTC Hub
About the HTC Hub
62
More apps
Microsoft Office Mobile 2010
67
Windows Marketplace
68
Games
68
Security
Protecting your SIM card with a PIN
69
Protecting your phone with a password
70
Protecting your phone through the Web
70
Settings
Settings on your phone
71
Changing display settings
72
Changing sound settings
72
Checking information about your phone
73
Changing the phone language
73
Update and reset
Updating the phone software
74
Restarting or factory resetting your phone
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Trademarks and copyright
76
Index
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Basics
Basics
Inside the box
You’ll find the following inside the box:
 Phone
 Battery
 USB cable
 3.5mm stereo headset
 Power adapter
 Start here guide
 Quick guide
Your phone
Front panel
1
7
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1 Notification LED
2 Touch screen
3 BACK
4 SEARCH
2
5 START
6 Earpiece
7 POWER
3
5
4
Basics
Top panel
1
2
1 3.5mm audio jack
3
2 USB
3 Microphone
Right panel
1 VOLUME UP/DOWN
2 CAMERA
1
2
Back panel
5
1
4
3
1 Dual LED flash
2 Back cover
3 5 megapixel camera
4 Speaker
2
5 Kickstand
Basics
Bottom cover
Removing the back cover
Remove the back cover to access the battery compartment and SIM card slot.
1. With the phone turned off, hold your phone securely with the front facing down.
2. With your thumb or finger, lift up the back cover from the small notch at the top of the
phone.
Replacing the back cover
1. Secure the bottom part of the back cover first by aligning the tabs on the back cover
into the openings located inside the battery compartment.
2. Press the sides and the top part of the back cover down to lock the cover into place.
You will hear a click when the back cover is locked in place.
Basics
SIM card
The SIM card contains your phone number, service details, and phonebook/message
memory. Your phone supports both 1.8V and 3 V SIM cards.
Some legacy SIM cards may not function with your phone. You should consult with your mobile
operator for a replacement SIM card. There may be fees for this service.
Inserting the SIM card
1. Take the back cover off. See “Removing the back cover.”
2. Take the battery out. See “Battery.”
3. Insert the SIM card with its gold contacts facing down and its cut-off corner facing out.
4. Slide the SIM card all the way in.
Removing the SIM card
1. Take the back cover off. See “Removing the back cover.”
2. Take the battery out. See “Battery.”
3. Press down on the SIM card with your finger and slide the SIM card out.
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Basics
Battery
Your phone uses a rechargeable battery. Please use only original batteries and accessories
that came with your phone or replacements that we recommend.
How long the battery can last before it needs recharging depends on how you use your
phone. Among these are the phone features and accessories you use (for example, leaving
your Bluetooth connection always on uses more power). Long phone calls and frequent web
browsing use up much battery power. Also, consider your location: poor signal strength from
your mobile network and extreme temperature make the battery work harder.
Inserting the battery
1. Remove the back cover. See “Removing the back cover.”
2. Insert the battery with its exposed copper contacts into the phone first—make sure
that the ribbon strip extends out of the battery case to make it easy to remove the
battery!
The exposed copper contacts should be on the left when you insert the battery.
3. Gently push the battery into place.
Removing the battery
1. Make sure the phone is turned off.
2. Take the back cover off. See “Removing the back cover.”
3. Pull the ribbon strip upward to release the battery.
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Basics
Charging the battery
The battery is partially charged when shipped. Before you turn on and start using your
phone, it is recommended that you charge the battery. Some batteries perform best after
several full charge/discharge cycles.
 To charge the battery, please use only the power adapter and USB cable that come with your phone.
 Don’t remove the battery from the phone while you’re charging it with the power or car adapter.
1. Connect the large end of the USB cable to the power adapter.
2. Connect the small end of the USB cable to the phone.
3. Plug in the power adapter to an electrical outlet to start charging the battery.
Your phone may turn on when the battery is being charged.
As the battery is being charged, the notification LED shows a solid red light when the
battery is being charged. The light turns to solid green when the phone is fully charged.
When you charge the battery while the phone is on, the charging battery icon
is
displayed in the status bar of the Start screen. After the battery has been fully charged, a full
battery icon
will be displayed in the status bar of the Start screen.
As a safety precaution, the battery stops charging when it overheats.
Switching your phone on or off
Switching your phone on
Press the POWER button. Easy.
When you turn on the phone for the first time, you’ll need to set it up. Go to “Setting up your phone
for the first time” and we’ll take you through it.
Switching your phone off
1. If the display is off, press the POWER button to turn it back on.
2. Unlock your phone if the Lock screen is displayed. See “Unlocking the screen” in the
Getting started chapter.
3. Press and hold the POWER button until you see the word “Goodbye” onscreen.
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Basics
Entering your PIN
Most SIM cards come with a PIN (personal identification number) set by your mobile
operator. If you’re asked for a PIN, enter it and then tap enter.
To find out how to enable, disable, or change the PIN, see “Protecting your SIM card with a
PIN” in the Security chapter.
If you enter the PIN wrong three times, your SIM card is blocked. No problem. Just contact your
mobile operator and ask for the PUK (PIN Unblocking Key).
Finger gestures
Tap
When you want to type using the keyboard, select items onscreen such as apps
and settings, or press onscreen buttons, simply tap them with your finger.
Press and hold
To open the available options for an item (e.g. contact or link in a web page),
simply press and hold the item.
Swipe or slide
To swipe or slide means to quickly drag your finger vertically or horizontally across
the screen.
Drag
Press and hold your finger with some pressure before you start to drag. While
dragging, do not release your finger until you have reached the target position.
Flick
Flicking the screen is similar to swiping, except that you need to swipe your finger
in light, quicker 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.
Pinch
In some applications, like Pictures or the web browser, you can “pinch” the screen
using 2 fingers (for example, thumb and index fingers) to zoom in or zoom out
when viewing a picture or a web page.
Using the kickstand
Want to sit back and watch a movie, or have a conference call without having to hold your
phone? No problem! Just pull the kickstand out and set the phone on a flat surface, and
you’re ready to go.
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Getting started
Getting started
Setting up your phone for the first time
When you switch on your phone for the first time, you’ll be asked to set some options such
as your time zone and your Window Live ID. Just follow the onscreen instructions and you’ll
be up and running with your phone in no time.
Start screen
Up front on the Start screen, you get to see at a glance Windows® Phone live tiles that
continuously update and show what’s most personal to you. You’ll see things like your photo
album, XBOX LIVE, how many new messages and email you have, and more.
Simply swipe your finger up or down to scroll through the tiles on the Start screen.
Rearranging the tiles on the Start screen
1. Press and hold the tile you want to move until it floats.
2. Drag the tile to the position where you want to place it. Pause at the top or bottom
edge of the screen to drag the tile to the extended Start screen.
3. When the tile is where you want it, tap the tile to dock it.
Pinning items to the Start screen
You can pin just about anything you want to the Start screen: apps, pictures, songs,
shortcuts, and even contacts. For example, when you pin a contact to the Start screen, you’ll
get all of that person’s updates—feeds, email, text messages, and call notifications—right
from that tile.
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Getting started
To pin something, let’s say a contact, to the Start screen, press and hold it until a menu
appears, and then tap pin to start.
Unpinning a tile
On the Start screen, press and hold the tile you want to remove, and then tap
.
Accessing apps and settings
Easy. On the Start screen, just tap
or slide your finger left.
Hubs
Simplify your everyday tasks with hubs. Instead of going in and out of various apps, hubs
simplify things by tying together related experiences. For example, in the People Hub,
not only can you see all your contacts but you can also check status updates from your
Facebook friends. Check out the other cool hubs on your phone such as Office, Pictures,
Music + Videos, and more.
Sleep mode
Sleep mode saves battery power by putting your phone into a low power state while the
display is off. It also stops accidental button presses when the phone’s in your bag or pocket.
You’ll still receive messages and calls though.
Switching to Sleep mode
Press the POWER button to turn off the display and switch your phone to Sleep mode. Your
phone also automatically goes into Sleep mode when it’s idle for a while.
Waking up from Sleep mode
Your phone automatically wakes up when you have an incoming call. To wake it up manually,
press the POWER button. You’ll need to unlock the screen.
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Getting started
Unlocking the screen
When you see the lock screen, press the bottom of the screen and then slide your finger up
to unlock the screen or answer an incoming call.
If you’ve set up a phone password, you’ll need to enter the it to unlock the screen.
To find out how to enable the phone password, see “Protecting your phone with a password” in the
Security chapter.
Changing your lock screen wallpaper
Browse the collection of wallpapers available on your phone or choose from photos that you
have taken with the camera.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > lock & wallpaper > change wallpaper.
3. Choose whether to select from preset wallpapers, camera photos, or a photo album.
4. Select the photo you want to use as your lock screen wallpaper.
5. If the photo you selected is bigger than the allowable wallpaper size, crop the photo
first. Drag the photo and position the part that you want to be your wallpaper inside
the crop box, and then tap
.
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Getting started
Status icons
You can tell a lot about your phone by checking the icons in its status bar.
Simply tap the top of the screen to show the status icons. The status icons disappear after a
few seconds.
Here’s some of the icons you might see and what they mean:
Signal strength
3G connection
Battery is charging
GPRS connection
Battery is full
EDGE connection
Battery state unknown
HSPA connection
Airplane mode is turned on
Wi-Fi enabled but not connected to a
Wi-Fi network
No SIM card inserted
Connected to a Wi-Fi network
SIM card locked
Connected to a Bluetooth headset
Roaming
Phone set to vibrate
Calls are being forwarded based on the
network settings.
Phone set to silent
only displays connection status, not signal strength. To find out how to view Wi-Fi network signal
strength, see “Wi-Fi” in the Getting connected chapter.
Adjusting the volume
Press the VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN button to adjust the volume to your desired level.
The volume bar appears on top of the screen and shows the volume level.
On the volume bar, tap the icon on the right to quickly switch to ring or vibrate.
If you want to have silent as an option, you need to turn off vibrate on your phone.
See “Changing sound settings” in the Settings chapter to find out how to turn off vibrate.
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Getting started
Searching
Searching the Web
1. On the Start screen, press SEARCH. The Bing™ search screen opens.
2. Tap the search box, enter what you want to search for, and then tap
keyboard. You’ll then see a list of matched items onscreen.
on the
3. Tap the category below the search box (for example, local) or swipe left or right on the
screen to check the other results for the other categories.
Use your voice to do a search by tapping the microphone icon inside the search box.
Searching within an app
In some apps like People, Maps, and Marketplace, you can do a search within those apps.
Simply open the app, and then press SEARCH.
Interacting with your phone by speaking
From anywhere on your phone, press and hold START to bring up Tell Me, which lets you use
your voice to call people, start apps, and search the web.
 To make a phone call, you’d say “Call Jennifer Singer, mobile.”
 To start an app, like Calendar, say “Open Calendar.”
 To search for something, just tell the phone what you want, like “Find pizza
parlors,” and Bing will look for an answer.
 If you’re not sure, say “What can I say?”
Setting up an account
Set up your Windows Live, Microsoft Outlook, Facebook, and other accounts so you can
sync information and receive updates from these accounts on your phone.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > email & accounts.
3. Tap add an account, and then tap the type of account you want to set up.
4. Enter your email address and password, and then tap sign in.
5.
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Getting started
Changing the ringtone
Choose from the available selections of ringtones on your phone.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > ringtones & sounds.
3. Tap the Ringtone box.
4. Listen to a ringtone by tapping the play icon beside its name.
5. Tap the name of the ringtone that you want to use.
Changing the theme
Feeling a little blue? You can change the theme of your phone to match your mood for the
day.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > theme.
3. Select the Background and Accent color to fit your mood by tapping their respective
boxes.
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Phone calls
Phone calls
Making calls
Most SIM cards come with a PIN (personal identification number) set by your mobile operator. If
you’re asked for a PIN, enter it and then tap OK.
If you enter the PIN wrong three times, your SIM card is blocked. To unlock your SIM card, see
“Restoring a SIM card that has been locked out” in the Security chapter.
1. On the Start screen, tap the Phone tile.
2. Tap
.
3. Dial the number you want to call, and then tap call.
Making an emergency call
You can make emergency calls from your phone even if you don’t have a SIM card installed
or your SIM card has been blocked.
1. After turning on your phone without a SIM card installed, tap emergency call on the
screen.
If you tapped close on the screen, you can still open the phone dialer by tapping the Phone tile on
the Start screen, and then tapping
.
2. Dial the international emergency number for your locale (for example, 911),
and then tap call.
Additional emergency numbers may be included in your SIM card. Contact your mobile operator for
details.
If you enabled the phone lock and/or the SIM lock, and you forgot the code or SIM PIN, you
can still make emergency calls by tapping emergency call on the screen.
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Phone calls
Receiving calls
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.
Answering or rejecting an incoming call
If
To answer the call
To reject the call
Display is on
Tap answer.
Tap ignore.
Display is off
When the lock screen appears, slide
up from the bottom of the lock
screen, and then tap answer.
When the lock screen appears, slide up
from the bottom of the lock screen, and
then tap ignore.
Muting the ringing sound without rejecting the call
Do one of the following:
 Press the VOLUME DOWN or VOLUME UP button.
 Press the POWER button.
 Place the phone face down on a leveled surface.
If the phone is already facing down, the phone will still ring when there are subsequent incoming
calls.
Using in-call options
When a call is in progress, use the buttons onscreen to mute or unmute the microphone or
to turn on or off the speakerphone. You can also press MENU and choose whether to add a
call, place the call on hold, mute the microphone, and more.
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Phone calls
Putting a call on hold
1. Tap
.
2. Tap hold. Tap hold again to resume the call.
Switching between calls
If you’re already on a call and accept another call, you can choose to switch between the
two calls.
1. When you receive another call, tap answer to accept the second call, and to put the
first call on hold.
2. To switch between the calls, tap the bar at the top of the screen.
3. To end the current call and return to the other call, tap end call.
Setting up a conference call
Conference calling with your friends, family, or coworkers is easy. Make the first call
(or accept a call), and then simply dial each subsequent call to add to the conference.
Make sure your SIM card is enabled with conference calling service. Contact your mobile operator
for details.
1. Make a call to the first conference call participant.
2. When connected, tap
, and then tap add call, and then dial the number of the
second participant. The first participant is put on hold when you dial the second
participant.
3. When connected to the second participant, tap merge calls.
4. To add another participant to the conference call, tap add call, and then dial the
number of the contact you want to invite to the conference call.
5. When connected, tap merge calls to add the participant to the conference call. When
you want to talk to a person in the conference call in private, tap private.
6. When finished, tap end call.
Turning the speakerphone on or off during a call
1. Tap
.
2. Tap speaker. Tap speaker again to turn off the speakerphone.
Make sure you don’t have the phone against your ear when you have the speakerphone on. It may
damage your hearing.
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Phone calls
Muting the microphone during a call
1. Tap
.
2. Tap mute. Tap mute again to turn on the microphone.
Ending a call
On the screen, tap end call.
If the phone display is off, press POWER to turn on the screen so you can tap end call.
Using call history
Use the call history to check missed calls, your dialed numbers and received calls.
Checking calls in the call history
1. On the Start screen, tap the Phone tile.
2. Tap a name or number in the list to go to a screen where you can select to call the
number, view the contact information (if the number is stored in your contacts list),
save the contact information (if the number is not stored in your contacts list), or send
a text message.
Adding a new phone number to your contacts from call history
1. On the Start screen, tap the Phone tile.
2. Tap the number you want to save to your contacts.
3. At the bottom of the screen, tap
.
4. Tap new contact.
5. Edit the number if you need to, select the phone number type, and then tap
.
6. Enter the contact name and other information. The phone number is automatically
added for you.
7. Tap
.
To find out how to add new contacts or edit the contact information, see the People chapter.
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Phone calls
Clearing the call history list
On the call history screen, you can do the following:
 To remove a name or number from the list, press and hold it, and then tap
delete item.
 To clear the entire list, tap ... , and then tap delete all.
Call services
Your phone can directly link to the mobile phone network, and enable you to access and
change the settings of various phone services for your phone. Call services may include call
forwarding, call waiting, voicemail, and more. Contact your mobile operator to find out about
the availability of call services for your phone.
To open call services, tap the Phone tile on the Start screen, tap ... , and then tap call settings.
My phone number
Displays your phone number.
Voicemail number
Shows the current voicemail service being used. Tap to change the voicemail
number.
Show my caller ID to
Tap the box to set who can see your phone number when you call.
Call forwarding
Turn on or off call forwarding. When you turn on call forwarding, enter the
phone number to forward your calls to.
International assist
Turn on or off international assist.
SIM security
See “Protecting your SIM card with a PIN” in the Security chapter for details.
Turning Flight mode (Airplane mode) on or off
In many countries, you are required by law to turn off the phone while on board an aircraft. A
way to turn off the phone function is to switch your phone to Flight mode (Airplane mode).
When you enable Flight mode, all wireless radios on your phone are turned off, including the
call function, data services, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > airplane mode.
3. Tap the Status switch to turn it on or off.
When you disable airplane mode, the call function is turned back on and the previous state of
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi is restored.
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People
People
About the People hub
When you set up your email and other accounts on your phone, your contacts are imported
automatically into your People hub. You’ll be able to see contacts from your Windows Live,
Facebook, as well as other email accounts like Google and Outlook (Microsoft Exchange
ActiveSync).
Your friends’ Windows Live and Facebook feeds also appear in your People hub. Their
photos show up in your Pictures hub, and your own feeds pop up in your Me tile.
If you haven’t set up your email or Facebook account yet, see “Setting up an account” in the
Getting started chapter.
Viewing your contacts list and feeds
To open the People hub, tap the People tile on the Start screen.
In all of the People hub, you’ll see all contacts that you’ve created on your phone as well as
contacts that are synchronized with your email and Facebook accounts.
If you’re signed in to your Windows Live and/or Facebook accounts, swipe to the left to see
updates from your friends.
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People
If you signed in to your Windows Live account when you first set up the phone, your contacts from
those accounts will appear in the contacts list when you first open People.
Contact information
When you tap a contact on the People hub, the profile screen opens, showing you the
person’s contact details. You can call, send text, or send an email to the contact from the
profile screen.
Call, send a message, or send an email to that contact in the profile page. Slide your finger
left to see what’s new with that contact. You’ll only see updates when you are signed in to
your Windows Live and/or Facebook accounts and the person is also your friend in Windows
Live and/or Facebook.
Adding a new contact
1. On the Start screen, tap the People tile.
2. In all of the People hub, tap
.
3. Select the Account, for example Windows Live. This determines which account the
contact will sync with.
4. Enter information by tapping an item.
5. Tap
when you’re done.
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People
Importing contacts from your SIM card
1. On the Start screen, tap the People tile.
2. In all of the People hub, tap import SIM contacts.
If you have an account already set up, press and hold people on top of the screen, and
then tap settings.
3. Choose how you want to sort and display the contacts, and then tap import sim
contacts.
Merging contact information
If you have the same contacts stored in your phone and online accounts such as Windows
Live and Facebook, your phone will try to link them as one automatically. If it doesn’t, you
can manually link them so that you won’t have duplicated entries in your contacts list.
1. On the Start screen, tap the People tile.
2. In all of the People hub, tap the name of the contact you want to link.
3. At the bottom of the screen, tap
. The link icon may look a little different depending
if the contact is already linked to other contacts.
4. Do one of the following:
 Under suggested links (if available), tap the contact to link to that contact’s
account.
 Tap choose a contact to select a contact from your People list to link to.
Breaking the contact information link between contacts
1. On the Start screen, tap the People tile.
2. In all of the People hub, tap the name of the contact whose contact information link
you want to break.
3. Tap unlink.
Editing, searching, and deleting
Editing a contact’s information
1. On the Start screen, tap the People tile.
2. In all of the People hub, press and hold the contact, and then tap edit.
3. Enter the new information for the contact.
If the contact is linked to another account on your phone, you can choose to edit the contact
information on the other account by tapping edit [name of account].
4. Tap
.
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People
Searching for a contact
1. On the Start screen, tap the People tile.
2. Press SEARCH.
3. In the search bar, enter the first few letters of the first or last name of the contact you
are looking for. Matching contacts are displayed.
4. Tap the contact to open his or her contact details screen. See “Contact information” in
this chapter for details.
Looking for your contacts that start with the letter M? Tap the letter box, for example
particular letter on your contacts list.
, to go to a
Deleting a contact
You cannot delete Facebook contacts on your phone.
1. On the Start screen, tap the People tile.
2. In all of the People hub, press and hold the contact, and then tap delete.
3. When you’re asked to confirm, tap delete.
Your Me tile
When you sign in to your Windows Live and/or Facebook account, your Me tile is
automatically created on the Start screen. Tap your Me tile on the Start screen (or in all of
the People hub) and check status updates you have posted, comments you have received,
and pics that you have uploaded to your Windows Live and/or Facebook accounts.
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People
While on the Me screen, you can tap:
 Your status message to the right of your photo to post a new status
message.
 Your photo to change it.
 A photo to view it.
 An entry to add comments or reply to a comment.
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Keyboard
Keyboard
Using the onscreen keyboard
When you start an app or select a box that requires text or numbers, the onscreen keyboard
becomes available.
After entering your text, press BACK to close the keyboard. To open and use it again, tap a
text box.
Entering text
Depending on the app you’re in, you may see a slightly different keyboard layout. Use the
following keys while entering text:
Some keys have multiple characters or accents associated with them. Press and hold the key
to see the available characters and accents.
This is the Shift key. Tap to enter an uppercase letter. The next letter you type will be
uppercase. Press and hold to turn on caps lock.
Tap to switch to the numeric and symbol keyboard.
While in the numeric and symbol keyboard, tap to show more symbols.
Tap to switch back to the alphabet keyboard.
Tap to switch to a different language keyboard. Available keyboard languages depends upon
the phone version you have. This key may not be present in phones with only one keyboard
language. See “Enabling other keyboard languages” for more details.
This is the Enter key. Tap to create a new line.
This is the Backspace key. Tap to delete the previous character.
This is the Smiley key (Only available when writing an a text or picture message). Tap to enter
smileys.
Moving the cursor
1. While entering text, press and hold the text box. A floating cursor appears
2. Drag the cursor to the position that you want, and then release your finger.
.
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Changing to the landscape keyboard
When entering text, you can choose to use the landscape orientation of the keyboard.
Turn your phone sideways to use a larger keyboard that lets you type easily using your
thumbs.
Enabling other keyboard languages
You can choose to show other keyboard languages on the keyboard. The availability of this
feature and the languages available to choose from may depend on the version of phone
you have.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > keyboard.
3. Tap the Keyboard languages box.
4. Select the keyboard languages you want to show, and then tap
.
Entering words with predictive text
The keyboard has predictive text to help you type quickly and accurately. Predictive text
input is enabled by default, and word suggestions are displayed as you type.
To enter a word in predictive mode, do any of the following:
 If you see the word you want in bold, you can simply tap the space bar to insert the
word into your text.
 If you see the word you want shown in the suggestions before you have finished typing
the entire word, tap the word to insert it into your text.
 Slide left on the suggestion bar to see more words.
Changing keyboard settings
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > keyboard.
3. Clear the check box of the options that you don’t want.
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Messaging
Messaging
About Messaging
Keep in touch with important people in your life. Use the Messaging application to compose
and send text and picture messages.
On the Start screen, tap the Messaging tile.
On the conversations screen, all your sent and received messages are neatly grouped into
conversations, by contact name or phone number. You can:
 Scroll up or down the list of conversations by swiping your finger on the screen.
 Tap a contact name or number to view the exchange of messages.
Sending a text message
If you exceed the limit on the number of characters for a single text message, your text
message will be delivered as one but will be billed as more than one message.
1. On the Start screen, tap the Messaging tile.
2. On the conversations screen, tap
.
3. Fill in one or more recipients. You can:
 Enter complete phone numbers directly in the To field. Use the semicolon to
separate recipients.
 Enter the first few letters of a contact name. As you enter, matching names with
phone numbers from your stored contacts are displayed. Tap a contact that you
want.
 Tap
to the right of the recipient field, and then tap the contact that you want and
choose which phone number to send to..
4. Tap the box that says “type a message”, and then enter your message.
5. Tap
to send the message.
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Sending a picture message
To send a picture message, start by creating a new text message, and then attach a photo to
include it.
1. On the Start screen, tap the Messaging tile.
2. On the conversations screen, tap
.
3. Fill in one or more recipients. You can:
 Enter complete phone numbers or email addresses directly in the To field. Use the
semicolon to separate recipients.
 Enter the first few letters of a contact name. As you enter, matching names with
phone numbers and email addresses from your stored contacts are displayed. Tap a
contact’s number or email address.
 Tap
to the right of the recipient field, and then select the phone number of a
contact to whom you want to send the message.
4. Tap
Tap
and then select a photo you want to send.
to take a photo and insert it as the attachment.
5. Enter your message.
6. Tap
to send the message.
Viewing and replying to a message
When you receive a new message, the phone plays an alert sound (if set) and displays the
message briefly at the top of the screen.
1. To open and read the message, you can:
 Tap the message bar at the top of the screen.
 Open the Messaging app to access and read the message.
2. Enter your reply, and then tap
.
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Managing message conversations
Deleting a conversation
1. On the conversations screen, press and hold a contact (or phone number) whose
messages you want to delete, and then tap delete.
2. When you’re asked to confirm, tap delete.
Deleting a message
1. On the conversations screen, tap a contact (or phone number) to display the exchange
of messages with that contact.
2. Press and hold the message that you want to delete.
3. Tap delete on the options menu.
4. When you’re asked to confirm, tap delete.
Forwarding a message
1. On the conversations screen, tap a contact (or phone number) to display the exchange
of messages with that contact.
2. Press and hold the message that you want to forward.
3. Tap forward on the options menu.
4. Fill in the recipient’s name.
5. Tap
to send the message.
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Email
Email
Adding a POP3/IMAP email account
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Do one of the following:
 If you haven’t set up any accounts yet, tap Email setup on the Start screen.
 Open Settings, and then tap email & accounts > add an account.
3. Tap Settings > email & accounts > add an account.
4. Tap the type of account you want to set up.
If you don’t see the account type that you want, tap other account or advanced setup. The advanced
setup requires you to enter the incoming and outgoing server settings so have them ready if you
choose this option.
5. Enter the email address and password for the account.
6. Tap sign in.
Adding a Microsoft Exchange Server account
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Do one of the following:
 If you haven’t set up any accounts yet, tap Email setup on the Start screen.
 Open Settings, and then tap email & accounts > add an account.
3. Tap Settings > email & accounts > add an account.
4. Tap Outlook.
5. Enter the Exchange ActiveSync account details, and then tap sign in. Your corporate
Exchange Server must support auto-detect for the phone to automatically set up the
Exchange ActiveSync account. If your corporate Exchange Server does not support
auto-detect, you’ll need to enter your Exchange Server settings. Ask your Exchange
Server administrator for details.
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Email
Checking your inbox
After you set up an email account, a new tile is created on the Start screen for that account.
To open an email account, tap its tile on the Start screen. If you don’t see the tile, tap the
arrow
on the Start screen, and then tap the account in the apps list.
Slide your finger left or right to check only your unread, flagged, or urgent email.
Refreshing an email account
Whatever your automatic sync settings are, you can also synchronize your sent and received
emails manually at any time.
While in the account you want to sync, tap
.
Managing email messages
Deleting an email message from the inbox
1. On the email account inbox, press and hold the message you want to delete.
2. On the options menu, tap delete.
Moving an email message to another folder
1. On the email account inbox, press and hold the message you want to move.
2. On the options menu, tap move.
3. Tap the folder where to move the email message.
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Selecting multiple email messages from the inbox to delete or move
1. On the email account inbox, do one of the following:
 Tap
.
 Tap the area to the left of an email.
2. Tap the check boxes of email messages you want to delete or move to another folder.
3. Tap
to delete them or tap
to move them to a different folder.
Sending an email message
1. Open the email account that you want to use to send your email.
2. On the email account inbox, tap
.
3. Fill in one or more recipients. You can:
 Enter email addresses directly in the To field. If you’re sending the email to several
recipients, separate the email addresses with a semicolon. As you enter email
addresses, any matching addresses from your contacts list are displayed. Tap a
match to enter that address directly.
 Tap
to the right of the recipient field, and then select a contact to whom you
want to send the message. Tap
again to add more recipients.
4. Enter the subject, and then compose your message. Tap the space below the subject
line to compose your message.
5. To add an attachment, tap
6. Tap
. You can only attach photos.
to send the message immediately, or tap
> Save to send it later.
Resuming a draft email message
1. In the email account inbox, tap
, and then tap drafts.
2. Tap the message.
3. When you finish editing the message, tap
.
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Email
Reading and replying to an email message
1. On the Start screen, tap the email account tile.
2. On the email account inbox, tap the email you want to read.
3. Tap
, and then tap reply, reply all, or forward.
Setting the priority for an email message
1. While composing the message, tap ... .
2. Tap priority.
3. Select the priority for the message.
If you selected high or low priority, the priority appears below the subject line of the
message.
Flagging an email
1. On the Start screen, tap the email account tile.
2. On the email account inbox, press and hold the email you want to flag.
3. On the options menu, tap set flag.
After flagging an email, you can choose to remove the flag or mark the flagged email as
complete. Press and hold the flagged email, and then tap complete flag or clear flag.
Changing email account settings
1. On the Start screen, tap the email account tile.
2. Tap ... , and then tap settings.
3. Tap sync settings.
4. Set the options you want, and then tap done.
5. Choose if you want to add a signature to sent messages, and then tap done.
Deleting an email account
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > email & accounts.
3. Press and hold the email account you want to delete, and then tap delete.
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Calendar
Calendar
About Calendar
Use your phone’s Calendar to create and manage your appointments. You can also set up
your phone to stay in sync with the following types of calendars:
 On your phone, sign in to your Windows Live account so you’ll be able to sync your
phone’s Calendar with your Windows Live Calendar online. If you haven’t signed in to
your Windows Live account yet, see the Getting started chapter to find out how to
sign in.
 If you have a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync account and you have added it on your
phone, you can sync your phone’s Calendar with your Exchange Server calendar
appointments.
 If you have a Google account and you have added it on your phone, you can sync your
phone’s Calendar with your Google Calendar.
Creating a calendar appointment
You can create appointments that appear on your phone only, or appointments that sync
with your online account calendars such as in Windows Live or Exchange Server.
1. On the Start screen, tap the Calendar tile.
2. In day or agenda view, tap
.
3. If you have more than one calendar, select an Account in which to add the
appointment:
4. Enter the appointment details.
5. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen, and tap more details to set a reminder,
appointment occurrence, notes, and more.
6. Tap
when you’re done.
The Calendar tile on the Start screen will show your upcoming appointment.
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Calendar
Sending an invitation
You can use Calendar to schedule a meeting or an appointment and invite people to attend
it. An invitation email will be sent to them from the account that you choose.
1. Open Calendar and create a new appointment. For the steps, see “Creating a calendar
appointment.”
2. Add details, such as date and time, location, and more. Remember to choose the
Account to use for sending the invitation email
3. Tap more details, scroll down the screen, and then tap add someone.
4. Invite required and optional attendees. Tap add someone, then tap the name of the
person to invite.
You can only invite contacts that are stored or synchronized on your phone.
5. Tap
when you’re done.
Changing calendar views
When you open Calendar, it displays the day view by default. You can also display the
Calendar in agenda or month view.
Day and Agenda views
Day view displays a list of the appointments of one day. Agenda view lists all your
appointments in chronological order.
The color bars on the right side of the appointments in Agenda view indicate the type of
calendar in which the appointments are part of. To find out what each color represents,
tap ... , and then tap calendars.
Change the color by tapping the color box.
When in Day view, slide up or down the screen to view earlier or later days.
Month view
In Month view, you’ll see text on days that have appointments. To switch to Month view,
tap
.
When in Month view:
 Tap a day to view the appointments of that day.
 Slide your finger up or down the screen to view earlier or later months.
To change from month to day or agenda view, press BACK.
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Viewing, editing or deleting an appointment
You can view, edit, or delete appointments you’ve created.
Viewing the details of an appointment
1. On the Start screen, tap the Calendar tile.
2. In day or agenda view, tap the appointment.
Editing an appointment
1. On the Start screen, tap the Calendar tile.
2. In day or agenda view, press and hold the appointment, and then tap edit to open it.
3. Make your changes to the appointment.
4. When you’re done editing, tap
.
Deleting an appointment
There are two ways to delete an appointment.
 In day or agenda view, press and hold an appointment and then tap delete.
 While viewing an appointment, tap
.
If the appointment repeats, you’ll be asked whether you want to delete just that occurrence
or all occurrences in your Calendar.
Viewing, dismissing, or snoozing appointment
reminders
If you have set a reminder for an appointment, your phone will play the alert sound and
display a reminder message about the upcoming appointment.
On the reminder message, tap snooze to snooze or tap dismiss to dismiss the appointment
reminder.
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Displaying and synchronizing calendars
You can choose which calendars to show or hide on your phone’s Calendar, and which ones
to keep synchronized.
Showing or hiding calendars
1. In day or agenda view, tap ... , and then tap calendars.
2. Tap the on switch for the calendar that you want to hide.
The calendars are kept synchronized on your phone, whether or not you hide them.
Choosing which calendars are synchronized on your phone
You can choose which calendars to keep synchronized on your phone or which ones to stop
synchronizing.
Stop synchronizing a calendar
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > email & accounts.
3. Tap the account whose calendar you want to stop synchronizing with your phone.
4. Clear the Calendar check box.
5. Tap
.
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Getting connected
Getting connected
Data connection
Your phone will be automatically set up to use your mobile operator’s data connection when
you turn on your phone (if the SIM card is inserted) for the first time.
Adding an access point
Before you add a new data connection on your phone, obtain the access point name and
settings (including username and password if required) from your mobile operator.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > cellular.
3. Tap add apn.
4. Enter the APN, user name, and password.
5. Tap
.
Setting up your data connection using Connection Setup
You can automatically set up your data connection based on your SIM card or a chosen
mobile operator. To find out how to use Connection Setup, refer to “Connection Setup” in the
HTC apps chapter.
Turning the data connection on or off
Turning your data connection off can help optimize your battery life. It can also save money
on data charges. However, when your data connection is turned off, you may not always
receive automatic updates to your email and other synchronized information.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > cellular.
3. Tap the Data connection On/Off switch.
If you just want to use a GPRS or EDGE connection, tap the 3G On/Off switch to turn off 3G.
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Enabling data roaming
Data roaming lets you connect to your mobile operator’s partner networks and access data
services when you are out of your mobile operator’s coverage area.
Using data services while roaming will be costly. Check with your mobile operator for data roaming
rates before you use data roaming.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > cellular.
3. Tap the Data roaming options box, and then tap Roam.
Wi-Fi
To use Wi-Fi on your phone, you need access to a wireless access point or “hotspot”. The
availability and strength of the Wi-Fi signal will vary depending on objects, such as buildings
or simply a wall between rooms, the Wi-Fi signal has to pass through.
Turning Wi-Fi on and connecting to a wireless network
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > Wi-Fi.
3. Tap the On/Off switch to turn it on. The phone then scans for the network names
and security settings of detected Wi-Fi networks are displayed in the Wi-Fi networks
section. The signal strength for each Wi-Fi network is also displayed.
4. Tap the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to.
 If you selected an open network, your phone will automatically connect to the
network.
 If you selected a network that is secured with WEP, enter the password and then
tap done.
 Depending on the network type and its security settings, you may also need to enter more
information or choose a security certificate.
 You cannot manually add a Wi-Fi profile.
When your phone is connected to a wireless network, the Wi-Fi icon (
brief moment on the status bar.
) appears for a
The next time your phone connects to a previously accessed secured wireless network, you
won’t be asked to enter the key or other security information again, unless you reset your
phone to its factory default settings.
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Getting connected
Using your phone’s web browser
You must have an active data connection or Wi-Fi connection to access the Internet.
Opening the browser
On the Start screen, tap the Internet Explorer tile to start surfing the Web.
Going to a web page
1. On the browser screen, tap the URL box on top of the screen.
2. Enter the web page address using the keyboard.
3. Tap
on the keyboard.
Changing the screen orientation
The phone automatically changes the screen orientation depending on how you’re holding
your phone.
Turn your phone sideways to display the web browser in landscape orientation and in full
screen. When in landscape orientation, you won’t be able to enter a URL.
Browsing full versions of all web sites
Some web sites display a mobile version of their pages on phone web browsers. You can
choose to view the full version of all pages, even for these sites.
From the browser screen, while holding the phone in portrait orientation, tap ... , tap settings,
and then select Desktop version.
Navigating on a web page
You can swipe your finger on the screen to navigate and view other areas of the web page.
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Zooming in or out on a web page
Tap the screen twice quickly to zoom in, then tap the screen twice quickly again to zoom
out. You can also use your fingers to spread or pinch the screen to zoom in or out.
Selecting a link in a web page
You can tap a link with your finger to open it, or press and hold a link for more options.
Link
What to do
Web page address
(URLs)
 Tap the link to open the web page.
 Press and hold the link to open a menu that allows you to open the page
in a new tab or share the link via text message or email.
Email address
Tap to send an email message to the email address..
Opening a new browser tab
Open multiple browser tabs to make it easier for you to switch from one web site to another.
You can open up to 6 browser tabs.
1. While viewing a web page in portrait orientation, tap
2. Tap
.
. A new browser tab opens.
Switching between browser windows
1. While viewing a web page in portrait orientation, tap
.
2. Select the browser window you want to view by tapping the window you want to
open.
Finding text within a web page
1. While viewing a web page, tap ... , and then tap find on page.
2. Enter the search item, and then tap the Enter key on the keyboard. The search item is
highlighted if found.
3. Tap
or
to go to the previous or next matching item.
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Bookmarking a web page
1. While viewing a web page in portrait orientation, tap
.
2. Edit the bookmark name if needed, and then tap ok.
Opening a bookmark
Quickly view the pages that you access most often.
1. While viewing a web page in portrait orientation, tap
.
2. In favorites, tap the bookmark you want to open.
Editing a bookmark
1. While viewing a web page in portrait orientation, tap
.
2. In favorites, press and hold the bookmark you want to edit, and then tap edit.
3. Enter your changes, and then tap ok.
Viewing a previously visited page
1. While viewing a web page in portrait orientation, tap
.
2. Slide your finger left to go to history.
3. Tap the page you want to open.
Clearing the list of previously visited pages
1. While viewing a web page in portrait orientation, tap
2. Slide your finger left to go to history, and then tap
.
.
3. Tap delete.
Setting browser options
Customize the web browser to suit your browsing lifestyle. Set display, privacy, and security
options when using the web browser.
From the browser screen, tap ... , and then tap settings.
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Bluetooth
Turning Bluetooth on
Turning Bluetooth on also makes the phone discoverable.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > Bluetooth.
3. Tap the On/Off switch.
Your device is automatically made discoverable, and searches for Bluetooth devices
within range.
Turn off Bluetooth when not in use to conserve battery power, or in places where using a wireless
device is prohibited, such as on board an aircraft and in hospitals.
What Bluetooth profiles does my phone support?
Your phone supports A2DP, PBAP, HFP, HSP, and AVRCP.
Connecting a Bluetooth headset or car kit
You can listen to music over a Bluetooth stereo headset, or have hands-free conversations
using a compatible Bluetooth headset or car kit. It’s the same procedure to set up stereo
audio and hands-free.
 For you to listen to music with your headset or car kit, the headset or car kit must
support the A2DP Bluetooth profile.
 Before you connect your headset, you need to make it discoverable so your phone
can find it. You can find out how to do this by referring to your headset manual.
1. Make sure that the headset is discoverable.
2. On the Start screen, tap
.
3. Tap Settings > Bluetooth.
4. If the Bluetooth switch is off, tap it to turn on Bluetooth. Your phone will start to scan
for Bluetooth devices within range.
5. When you see the name of your headset displayed, tap the name. Your phone then
automatically tries to pair with the headset.
6. If automatic pairing fails, enter the passcode supplied with your headset.
When the Bluetooth headset or car kit establishes a connection to your phone, the Bluetooth
connected icon
is displayed on the status bar for a brief moment. You can check the
connection status below the hands-free headset or car kit name. Depending on the type of
headset or car kit you have connected, you can then start using the headset or car kit to
listen to music and/or make and receive phone calls.
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Reconnecting a headset or car kit
Normally, you can easily reconnect your headset by switching on Bluetooth on your phone,
and turning on the headset. However, you might have to connect manually if your headset
has been used with another Bluetooth device.
1. Make sure that the headset is set to discoverable.
2. On the Start screen, tap
.
3. Tap Settings > Bluetooth.
4. If the Bluetooth switch is off, tap it to turn on Bluetooth.
5. Tap the headset’s name in the Bluetooth devices section.
6. If you’re asked to enter a passcode, try 0000 or 1234, or consult the headset/car kit
documentation to find the passcode.
If you still cannot reconnect to the headset or car kit, follow the instructions in “Unpairing
from a Bluetooth device”, and then follow the steps under “Connecting a Bluetooth headset
or car kit”
Disconnecting or unpairing from a Bluetooth device
Disconnecting a Bluetooth device
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > Bluetooth.
3. On the list of Bluetooth devices, tap the device to disconnect from it. Tap the device
again on the list to connect to it.
Unpairing from a Bluetooth device
You can make your phone forget its pairing connection with another Bluetooth device.
To connect to the other device again, you may need to enter or reconfirm a passcode.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > Bluetooth.
3. On the list of Bluetooth devices, press and hold the device to unpair.
4. Tap Delete.
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Camera
Camera
Camera basics
Whether traveling for business or fun, enjoy taking photos and videos of your trip and
encounters with your phone’s camera.
To open the camera, press CAMERA, or tap
on the Start screen and then tap Camera.
When you open the camera app for the first time, it will ask you if you want to share the
location of your phone. This will add a location tag to your captured photos so you’ll know
where they were taken.
Viewfinder screen
The camera displays in landscape view only. You’ll find the following controls on the
Viewfinder screen:
Tap to switch between Photo and Video modes.
Tap to zoom in or out.
Tap to open the camera settings. See “Camera settings” in this chapter for details.
Zooming
Before taking a photo or video, you can first use the onscreen zoom buttons to zoom in or
out of your subject.
Simply press the + or - buttons onscreen to zoom in or out.
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Taking a photo
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Camera.
3. Before taking the photo, you can zoom in first on your subject. See “Zooming” to find
out how.
4. Tap
, and then select a camera flash mode depending on your lighting conditions.
5. Frame your subject on the Viewfinder screen.
6. Press CAMERA to take the photo.
7. Choose what you want to do with the photo you’ve just taken. See “After capturing“
for details.
Camera flash doesn’t turn on?
Using the flash eats up much battery power. To save battery power, the camera
disables the flash (even when you have set the camera flash mode to Auto flash or
Flash on) when one of the following occurs:
You have an incoming call
The flash will be disabled temporarily when you have an incoming call. After the
call ends, you’ll be able to use the flash again.
If you have set the flash to Flash on, it turns back on after you answer and end the call.
Your phone’s battery level reaches 20% or lower
Recharge the battery so that the camera can have enough battery power to use
the flash.
Cold weather may lower battery performance which affects the flash
To make sure the camera has enough battery life to power up the flash, keep your
phone warm. When not in use, put the phone inside your jacket to keep it warm,
and try to avoid sudden temperature changes that may affect battery performance.
Capturing a video
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Camera.
3. On the Viewfinder screen, tap
to switch to video mode.
4. Before you start capturing, you can zoom in first on your subject. See “Zooming” to
learn how.
5. Tap
and then choose whether to turn the flashlight on or off while capturing video.
6. Frame your subject on the screen.
7. Press CAMERA to start capturing video. Press it again to stop capturing.
8. Choose what you want to do with the video you’ve just captured. See “After capturing“
for details.
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After capturing
After capturing a photo or video, slide your finger from left to right to see the photo or video
you’ve just captured. Press and hold the photo or video so you can:
add to favorites
(Photo mode only)
Add the photo to your favorites in the Pictures application.
delete
Delete the photo or video
 upload to SkyDrive: upload the photo to your SkyDrive online storage. You
upload to SkyDrive /
need to be signed in to your Windows Live account to upload to SkyDrive.
upload to Facebook
 upload to Facebook: upload the photo to your Facebook page. You need
(Photo mode only)
to be signed in to your Facebook account to upload to Facebook.
share
(Photo mode only)
Send the photo to your friends using Messaging or email.
use as wallpaper
(Photo mode only)
Use the photo as your lock screen wallpaper.
Camera settings
To check and change your camera settings, tap
an item.
on the Viewfinder screen, and then tap
Effect
Apply a special effect to your captured photos or videos.
Resolution
Select a photo or video resolution to use for capturing.
Quality
(photo mode only)
Select the quality to use for capturing photos.
Scenes (photo mode only) Choose a scene that matches the subject or environment that you’re
capturing.
Flicker adjustment
When taking indoor shots under fluorescent lighting, keep this setting
on Auto or change it to the proper frequency (50Hz or 60Hz) of the
power in your country to reduce flicker.
Metering mode
Set how the camera measures the amount of light to calculate the best
exposure:
 Center area mode allows the camera to measure light in the center.
 Average mode allows the camera to measure light in the whole photo.
Restore to default
Change the camera back to default settings.
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Pictures
About the Pictures hub
Using the Pictures hub, you can view photos and watch videos that you’ve taken with your
phone’s camera, downloaded, or synchronized with your phone. You can also take a look at
your photos on your Windows Live and Facebook accounts.
To open the Pictures hub, tap the Pictures tile on the Start screen.
After opening the Pictures hub, slide to the left to check out recent photos and photos on
Facebook and Windows Live.
Changing the Pictures hub wallpaper
1. On the Start screen, tap the Pictures tile.
2. Press and hold the text pictures on top of the screen.
3. Tap change background.
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Viewing photos and videos
1. Choose how you want to browse through your photos and videos (all, date, favorites).
2. Select an album to view.
3. Tap a photo or video to view it in full screen.
Viewing photos and videos in landscape orientation
 The photo orientation adjusts to how you hold your phone. Turn your phone sideways
to view a photo in landscape mode.
 Video is always displayed in landscape mode when you play it. Use the onscreen
controls to play, pause, or stop the video.
Zooming in or out on a photo
You can also use pinch zooming. Press your thumb and index finger on the screen and then
spread your fingers apart to zoom in. Pinch your fingers together to zoom out.
Zooming in
Zooming out
Touching up your photos
Apply touch up work to your photos with the Photo Enhancer. See “Photo Enhancer” in the
HTC apps chapter to learn how to touch up your photos.
Sending your photos
Using the Pictures hub, you can send photos via email or picture message.
Sending a photo by email
1. On the Start screen, tap the Pictures tile.
2. Tap all.
3. Tap the album where the photo you want to share is in.
4. Press and hold the photo you want to send, and then tap share.
5. Select the email account you want to use to send the photo.
6. Compose your message and then tap
.
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Sending a picture message
1. On the Start screen, tap the Pictures tile.
2. Tap all.
3. Tap the album where the photo you want to share is in.
4. Press and hold the photo you want to send, and then tap share.
5. Tap Messaging. The photo is automatically added into the message.
6. Compose your message and then tap
.
Sharing your photos on the Web
Using the Pictures hub, you can share your photos on Facebook and upload your photos to
your Windows Live SkyDrive.
You can also use the camera app to share a photo right after you’ve captured it. See the
Camera chapter.
Sharing photos on Facebook
You need to be logged in to your Facebook account to be able to upload photos.
1. On the Start screen, tap the Pictures tile.
2. Tap all.
3. Tap the album where the photo you want to share is in.
4. Press and hold the photo you want to send, and then tap share > upload to Facebook.
5. If you want to enter a caption, tap the add a caption box, and then enter your caption.
6. After entering the caption, tap
.
Uploading a photo to your SkyDrive
You need to be logged in to your Windows Live account to be able to upload photos.
1. On the Start screen, tap the Pictures tile.
2. Tap the album where the photo you want to share is in.
3. Press and hold the photo you want to send, and then tap share > upload to SkyDrive.
4. If you want to enter a caption, tap the add a caption box, and then enter your caption.
5. After entering the caption, tap
.
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Zune
Zune
Synchronizing your computer and phone
You’ll need the Zune® software to get your music, videos, and podcasts from your computer
to your phone. Use it to sync these stuff between your computer and phone. If you don’t
have the Zune software on your computer yet, go to www.zune.net to download and
install it.
Setting up Zune to sync your computer and phone
1. Connect your phone to your computer using the supplied USB cable. Zune
automatically opens on your computer, if you haven’t opened it.
2. Wait for Zune to recognize your phone, and then follow the onscreen instructions to
set it up.
Selecting items to sync with your phone
After setting up Zune on your computer, choose what you want to sync with your phone.
1. Connect your phone to your computer using the supplied USB cable. Zune
automatically opens on your computer, if you haven’t opened it.
2. Click collection on top of the Zune screen.
3. Choose the type of media (for example, Music) you want to sync to your phone.
4. Choose the items you want to sync with your phone, and then drag them to the phone
icon (
) at the bottom-left corner of the Zune screen.
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Music + Videos hub
The Music + Videos hub is your gateway to your media collection. Listen to your music,
watch your videos, check out your podcasts, listen to the radio, and go to the Marketplace to
buy music — all in the Music + Videos hub.
Listening to music
1. Get your music into your phone by following the steps in “Selecting items to sync with
your phone” earlier in this chapter.
2. On the Start screen, tap the Music + Videos tile.
3. In zune of the Music + Videos hub, tap Music.
4. Slide your finger left or right to browse your music according to the category you
want.
5. Tap the title of the song you want to listen to.
While listening, you can press and hold
forward.
to rewind or press and hold
to fast
Buy additional music by visiting the Marketplace. For more information, go to “Windows
Marketplace” in the More apps chapter.
Turning on repeat or shuffle
While playing a song, tap the album cover to loop or shuffle the songs in the album. You can
also rate the album.
Controlling music playback from the status bar
When you exit the music player, you can still control music playback from the status bar. To
show the playback controls on the status bar, press the VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN
button.
Watching videos
1. Get your videos into your phone by following the procedure in “Selecting items to sync
with your phone” earlier in this chapter.
2. On the Start screen, tap the Music + Videos tile.
3. In zune of the Music + Videos hub, tap videos.
4. Slide your finger left or right to browse through your videos according to the category
you want.
5. Tap the title of the video you want to watch.
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Listening to or watching your podcasts
1. Get your podcasts into your phone by following the steps in “Selecting items to sync
with your phone” earlier in this chapter.
2. On the Start screen, tap the Music + Videos tile.
3. In zune of the Music + Videos hub, tap podcasts.
4. Slide your finger left or right to go to your audio or video podcasts.
5. Tap the title of the podcast you want to watch or listen to.
Listening to the radio
You need to connect a headset first to the audio jack of your phone to use the radio. The radio uses
the stereo headset as the radio antenna,
1. On the Start screen, tap the Music + Videos tile.
2. In zune of the Music + Videos hub, tap radio.
3. Slide your finger left or right to go to the radio station you want to listen to.
4. Add the radio station to your favorites by tapping
Access your favorite radio stations by tapping
.
.
The radio plays in the background even if you exit the radio screen. If you do not want to
continue listening to the radio, tap
before exiting.
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Maps and location
Maps and location
Turning on location services
In order to find your location on your phone, you need to enable location sources.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > location.
3. Tap the Location services On/Off switch to turn it on.
Bing Maps
Bing Maps lets you track your current location, view real-time traffic situations, and receive
detailed directions to your destination.
 You need an active mobile data or Wi-Fi connection to use Bing Maps.
 Real-time traffic information is only available in some areas.
Viewing locations in Bing Maps
Finding your location
To find your location with Bing Maps, you need to enable location sources. To find out how,
see “Turning on location services” in this chapter.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Maps.
3. Tap
.
Moving on the map
Swipe your finger on the screen to view other areas of the map.
Zooming in or out of a map
You can:
 Spread your thumb and index finger across the map to zoom in.
 Pinch your thumb and index finger on the map to zoom out.
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Maps and location
Getting an address and additional information for a location
1. Press and hold a location on the map. A balloon opens over the location with the
address.
2. Tap the balloon to see more information.
You can get directions to the location, pin the location to the Start screen, share the
location via text message or email, and more.
Clearing the map
After you get directions or search on a map, you can clear away the various markers that
such activities have drawn on the map.
While viewing a map, tap ... , and then tap clear map.
Switching to aerial view
View satellite imagery by switching to aerial view. While viewing a map, tap ... , and then tap
aerial view on.
Searching for locations and places
In Bing Maps, you can search for a location, such as an address, landmark, name of an
establishment, or a city.
1. While viewing a map, tap
.
2. Enter the address, landmark, or city you want to search in the search box.
3. Tap
on the keyboard.
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Viewing search results
The search results will be displayed as markers on the map. After tapping the balloon that
shows the location that you want, you’ll see its address, rating, nearby places, and reviews, if
available.
To see the results as a list, tap ... while viewing a map, and then tap results list.
Getting directions
Get detailed directions to your destination. Bing Maps can provide directions for travel by
foot or car.
1. While viewing a map, tap
.
2. Use your current location as the starting point, or enter a location from where to start
in the first text box. Then, enter your destination in the second text box.
3. Tap
on the keyboard.
4. The next screen displays the directions to your destination in a list.
Scroll up on the list to see the rest of the instructions.
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Checking traffic conditions
Traffic information is available only in selected areas. You can choose to show real-time
traffic conditions on a map. Traffic conditions are displayed over roads as color-coded lines.
Each color represents how fast the traffic is moving.
To show traffic conditions, tap ... while viewing a map, and then tap show traffic.
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HTC Hub
HTC Hub
About the HTC Hub
Get more out of your phone with apps from us. Check out the HTC Hub and see what we
have in store for you. The built-in Weather app shows the weather in rich 3D animation for
your location or in cities that you select, and provides a forecast for coming days. Apps
ranging from fun games to management tools are just a tap away.
Some apps you see in HTC Hub are not really on your phone yet. Tapping such an app takes
you to Marketplace and lets you download it to HTC Hub.
Opening HTC Hub
Open HTC Hub from the Start screen by tapping
and then tapping HTC Hub. The HTC
Hub main page displays your current date, time, and location, as well as the weather for
your location. Tap the weather image to open the Weather app and check for more weather
forecasts.
You’ll also see a list of featured apps from HTC. Tap
to refresh the list.
Downloading apps
You need to be connected the Internet using a data connection or Wi-Fi to download apps.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap HTC Hub.
3. Tap Get more.
4. Tap the app you want to open or download.
If the app is preloaded in your phone, you’ll also see it in the apps list.
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Weather
Should I bring an umbrella today? Check what the weather’s like before you head out.
Checking the weather
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap HTC Hub.
The weather for your current location is displayed on the weather clock.
3. Tap the weather image to open the Weather screen.
4. Swipe your finger up or down the screen to check the weather in other cities.
Not seeing your current location’s weather forecast? Check if you have Location services turned on in
Settings.
Adding a city
1. On the Weather screen, tap
.
2. Enter the city you want to add. As you enter text, a list of possible locations are shown
based on the letters you entered.
3. Tap the city to select it.
Deleting a city from the list
1. On the Weather screen, tap ... > edit locations.
2. Tap the red circle beside the city you want to delete.
3. Tap done.
Changing the order of cities on the Weather screen
1. On the Weather screen, tap ... > edit locations.
2. Press and hold
at the end of the item you want to move. When the row is
highlighted, drag it to its new position, then release.
3. Tap done.
Changing the temperature scale
1. On the Weather screen, tap ... > settings.
2. Under Temperature scale, choose Fahrenheit or Celsius.
Calculator
Hold the phone upright and you get a basic calculator. Turn your phone to the side and you
get a scientific calculator.
Connection Setup
Set up your phone’s data connection based on your SIM card or a mobile operator that you
select. Make sure you have your SIM card inserted in your phone before you proceed.
Connection Setup is only available on selected versions of the phone. If your phone has preconfigured settings installed for a certain mobile operator, Connection Setup will be absent.
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Automatically setting up your data connection
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap HTC Hub.
3. Tap Get more.
4. Tap Connection Setup.
Connection Setup automatically configures your phone’s settings. If you see more than
one mobile operator, you can select your mobile operator.
5. Tap
.
If Connection Setup does not automatically configure your mobile phone settings, you can manually
configure the settings. Tap ... > manual select, .choose the Country or Operator you want to use, and
then tap
.
Converter
How many pounds are there in a kilo again? Use Converter to convert weight, length, volume,
and even currency.
Flashlight
Use your phone’s camera flash as a flashlight.
List
Forgot to buy the toothpaste again? Make sure you don’t forget next time by using List to
jot down the things you need to get from the grocery.
Love
He loves me, he loves me not, he loves me!!! See whether that special someone is feeling the
same way as you are.
Notes
Note to self – pick up flowers for wife before going to dinner. Use Notes to tack short
reminders to yourself.
Creating a note
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap HTC Hub.
3. Tap Get more.
4. Tap Notes.
5. Tap
.
You can also tap the stack of notes at the lower-left of the screen to create a new note.
6. Enter your note, and then tap
.
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Editing a note
1. On the Note screen, tap
.
You can also slide your finger left while on the cork board to go to the List view.
2. Tap a note to open it, and tap the note again to edit it.
Moving a note to another position on the cork board
1. On the cork board, press and hold a note until it floats.
2. Drag the note to the new position on the cork board, and then tap the note to dock it.
Deleting a note
Do one of the following:
 On the cork board, tap the note you want to delete, and then tap
.
 Go to List view, press and hold the note you want to delete, and then tap delete.
Deleting multiple notes
1. On the Note screen , tap
2. Tap
to see your notes in List view.
,
3. Select the notes you want to delete, and then tap done.
Photo Enhancer
Photos need a bit of touch-up? Use one of the available photo enhancements to touch up
your photos. The original photos are not touched. They’re saved as new files after you make
your changes.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap HTC Hub.
3. Tap Get more.
4. Tap Photo Enhancer.
5. Tap Choose Picture.
6. Open the album where the photo you want to edit is located, and then tap the photo.
7. Slide your finger left across the top of the screen to choose the effect you want to
apply to the photo.
8. Tap
. The enhanced photo is saved in another album called Saved Pictures.
Sound Enhancer
Get that surround sound feeling when you’re watching videos or listening to music on your
phone.
1. On the Start screen, tap
2. Tap HTC Hub.
3. Tap Get more.
.
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4. Tap Sound Enhancer.
5. Tap Audio and Video to set the sound option you want to use. You can choose from
No effects, Dolby Mobile, or SRS enhancement. For Audio, If you’re using a headset,
you can also choose from various preset equalizer settings.
Stocks
Get updates for the stocks you are following.
Checking your stocks
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap HTC Hub.
3. Tap Get more.
4. Tap Stocks.
5. Tap a stock to see its trading history. Swipe your finger up on the list of stocks to see more.
Adding a stock quote or stock market index
1. On the Stocks screen, tap
.
2. Enter the stock quote or stock market index on the text field, and then tap
.
3. On the results list, tap the stock quote or stock market index you want to add.
Deleting a stock quote or index
1. On the Stocks screen, tap ... > edit.
2. Tap the red circle beside the item you want to delete.
3. Tap done.
Changing the stock list order
1. On the Stocks screen, tap ... > edit.
2. Press and hold
at the end of the item you want to move. When the row is
highlighted, drag it to its new position, then release.
3. Tap done.
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More apps
More apps
Microsoft Office Mobile 2010
The Microsoft® Office hub consists of the following apps:
 Microsoft OneNote Mobile 2010 lets you keep track of stuff at home, school,
or work — your big ideas, shopping lists, meeting notes, projects, you name
it.
 Microsoft® Word Mobile 2010 lets you create and edit documents on your
phone.
 Microsoft® Excel® Mobile 2010 lets you create, view, and edit Excel
spreadsheets on your phone.
 Microsoft® PowerPoint® Mobile 2010 lets you view (not create) and edit
slideshow presentations on your phone.
 SharePoint Workspace lets you view, edit, and download documents stored
on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
Currently, you can’t copy Office documents into your phone from your computer.
If you want to get your Word, Excel, or PowerPoint file into your phone, send it as an email
attachment to one of the email accounts you have set up on your phone. From there,
you can tap the attachment to open it on your phone. To find out how to set up an email
account, see “Setting up an account” in the Getting started chapter.
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More apps
Using Microsoft Office Mobile
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Office.
3. Select the Office app you want to use. Scroll left to see the other Office apps.
Windows Marketplace
On Windows® Marketplace, it’s easy to download and purchase new apps, games, and music
that fit your needs and make your phone truly personal. A wide range of free and premium
programs is available, from games to powerful business apps. You can also preview and
purchase songs on the Marketplace.
To open Marketplace on your phone, tap
on the Start screen, and then tap Marketplace.
Games
Sign in to XBox Live® and get access to a ton of games. To open Games on your phone, tap
the Games tile on the Start screen.
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Security
Security
Protecting your SIM card with a PIN
Add another layer of security for your phone by assigning a PIN (personal identification
number).
Make sure you have the default SIM PIN provided by your mobile operator before continuing.
1. On the Start screen, tap the Phone tile.
2. Tap ... , and then tap call settings.
3. Tap the SIM security On/Off switch.
4. Enter the default SIM card PIN, and then tap enter.
5. To change the SIM card PIN, tap Change SIM PIN.
Emergency calls can be placed at any time without requiring a PIN. See “Making an emergency call”
in the Phone calls chapter for more details.
Restoring a SIM card that has been locked out
If you enter the wrong PIN more times than the maximum number of attempts allowed, your
SIM card will become “PUK-locked.” You need a PUK code to restore access to the phone.
This code may have been provided by your mobile operator when you received your SIM
card.
1. On the Phone dialer screen, enter the PUK code, and then tap enter.
2. Enter the new PIN you want to use, and then tap enter.
3. Enter the new PIN again, and then tap enter.
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Security
Protecting your phone with a password
You can secure your phone by requiring a password every time your phone is turned on or
every time it wakes up from sleep mode (screen is off).
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > lock & wallpaper.
3. Tap the Password On/Off switch.
4. Enter the password in both the New password and Confirm password boxes.
5. Tap done.
Protecting your phone through the Web
It’s a nightmare when you lose your phone especially if there’s sensitive information on
it. Luckily, by going to www.windowsphone.live.com on your computer, you can find your
phone’s location, lock it, make it ring, and even erase the contents on your phone through a
web browser.
Two things to keep in mind. One, before you go to the windowsphone.live.com website,
make sure you are signed in to your Windows Live account on your phone. Two, make sure
to sign in to Windows Live on your computer using the same Windows Live ID you used on
the phone.
For you to be able to find and control your phone from your computer web browser, make sure your
phone is connected to the Internet through a Wi-Fi or data connection.
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Settings
Settings
Settings on your phone
Control and customize phone settings on the Settings screen.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings.
3. Slide your finger left or right to access the system or application settings
System settings
ringtones & sounds
theme
 Turn on or off ringer and vibrate.
 Choose sounds to use for your phone ringtone and notifications.
 Choose which events to play a notification sound.
Set the background and accent color to use.
airplane mode
Turn on or off airplane mode.
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
email & accounts
brightness
keyboard
Set up your Wi-Fi connection.
Manage your Bluetooth connections.
Set up accounts such as Windows Live, Outlook (Exchange ActiveSync),
Facebook, and more. Setting up accounts lets your phone sync information
with those accounts.
Change your lock screen wallpaper, set the screen time out, and set up a
password for your phone.
Choose whether to allow or prevent apps on your phone from accessing your
current location.
Turn on or off your data connection, choose whether to enable data roaming,
and add/edit your data connection APN.
Choose to set the date and time automatically or manually and choose how
you want the time displayed.
Set the screen brightness.
Choose the options you want for the onscreen keyboard.
region & language
Set the regional format to use for displaying and searching information.
speech
Choose the options you want when using voice to interact with your phone.
find my phone
If you’re not signed in to a Windows Live account, set up your phone to
communicate with a web browser. If you’re already signed in, change the
settings on how your phone can be found.
Choose if you want to be notified when there is an update available and how
you want to check for updates.
Check information about your phone. You can also do a factory reset of your
phone.
Choose if you want your phone to send feedback to Microsoft and whether to
allow the use of data connection when sending.
Note that if Use my cellular data connection to send feedback is selected, you
may have to pay additional fees if feedback is enabled.
lock & wallpaper
location
cellular
date & time
phone update
about
feedback
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Settings
Applications settings
Check or change the settings for some apps on your phone. Tap the app name on the list to
see what settings are available.
Changing display settings
Setting the screen brightness manually
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > brightness.
3. Tap the Automatically adjust On/Off switch to turn it off.
4. Select the Level to use.
Adjusting the time before the screen turns off
After a period of inactivity, the phone screen turns off to save battery power. You can set the
idle time before the screen turns off.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > lock & wallpaper.
3. Tap the Screen time-out box, and then select the time before the screen turns off.
Changing sound settings
Switching between silent and vibrate modes
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > ringtones & sounds.
3. Tap the Vibrate On/Off switch to turn off vibrate.
With Vibrate on, your phone will go to vibrate mode when you lower the sound volume
down to zero. When Vibrate is off, the phone will go to silent mode when you set the volume
to zero.
Switching between silent, vibrate, and normal modes
 Change from normal mode to vibrate or silent mode by pressing the
VOLUME DOWN button until the volume level reaches zero.
 Change back to normal mode by pressing the VOLUME UP button.
Choosing the notification sound
You can choose a sound that you want for notifications.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > ringtones & sounds.
3. Tap the box of the notification you want to change, and then choose the sound to use.
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Settings
Checking information about your phone
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > about.
Changing the phone language
When you turn your phone on for the first time, you are asked to select the language you
would like to use. You can also change the language on the fly whenever you like. Changing
the language adjusts the keyboard layout, date and time formatting, and more. The
languages available to choose from may depend on the version of phone you have.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > region & language.
3. Tap the Display language box, and then select the display language you want.
4. Tap Tap here to accept changes and restart your phone.
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Update and reset
Update and reset
Updating the phone software
From time to time, updates for your phone may be available. Your phone can check and then
notify you if there’s a new update.
Setting the phone to notify you when an update is available
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > phone update.
3. Select the Notify me when new updates are found check box.
4. Choose whether to allow the use of your phone’s data connection to check for
updates.
When you are notified of an available update, connect your phone to your computer using
the supplied USB cable to download and install the update using the Zune software.
Your computer needs to be connected to the Internet to download the update.
Restarting or factory resetting your phone
If your phone becomes unresponsive or sluggish, try restarting your phone and see if that
helps. In case your phone has a persistent problem that cannot be solved, the last resort is to
do a factory reset.
Restarting your phone (soft reset)
If your phone is running slower than normal, an app is not performing properly, or your
phone becomes unresponsive, try restarting your phone and see if that helps solve the
problem.
To restart your phone, simply turn it off and back on. If pressing and holding the POWER
button doesn’t work, then remove the battery, wait for a few seconds, reinsert the battery,
and then turn the phone on.
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Update and reset
Performing a factory reset (hard reset)
If you’re passing your phone on to someone else or your phone has a persistent problem
that cannot be solved, you can do a factory reset (also called a hard reset). This returns your
phone to the state it was in before the first time you turned it on.
Factory reset is not a step to be taken lightly. It will permanently delete all your data and
customized settings, and will also remove any apps you’ve downloaded and installed. Be
sure to back up any data and files you want to keep before you do a factory reset.
Performing a factory reset via settings
The most convenient way to do a factory reset is via the phone settings.
1. On the Start screen, tap
.
2. Tap Settings > about phone.
3. Tap reset your phone, and then tap yes.
Performing a factory reset using phone buttons
If you cannot turn on your phone or access the phone settings, you can still perform a
factory reset by using the buttons on the phone.
1. With the phone turned off, press and hold the VOLUME UP and DOWN buttons, and
then briefly press the POWER button.
2. Wait for the screen to show the instructions on how to do the factory reset, and then
release the VOLUME UP and DOWN buttons.
3. Follow the instructions onscreen to factory reset your phone.
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Trademarks and copyright
Trademarks and copyright
Copyright © 2010 HTC Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
The HTC logo, the HTC quietly brilliant logo, HTC HD7, and HTC Care are trademarks and/or
service marks of HTC Corporation.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Phone, Windows Marketplace,
Outlook, Zune, Bing, and XBox are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Google is a trademark of Google, Inc.
Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logo are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wireless Fidelity Alliance, Inc.
Java, J2ME and all other Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun
Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
Facebook is a trademark of Facebook, Inc.
Dolby Mobile is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories.
All other company, product and service names mentioned herein are trademarks, registered
trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.
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Index
A
Access point 42
Adding a new contact 25
Airplane mode 23
Answering an incoming call 20
B
Battery 10
Bing Maps 58
Bluetooth 47
- connecting headset or car kit 47
Bottom cover 8
Browser 44
C
Calendar 38
- creating an appointment 38
- sending an invitation 39
Caller ID 20
Call history 22
Call services 23
Camera 49
Capturing video 50
Changing the phone language 73
Changing the ringtone 18
Charging the battery 11
Checking information about your phone
73
Conference call 21
Connection Setup 42, 63
Contacts 25
D
- POP3/IMAP account 34
- sending 36
- sending photos or videos 53
- settings 37
Ending a call 22
Exchange ActiveSync 34
F
Facebook
- sharing photos 54
Factory reset 74
Finger gestures 12
Flash (camera) 50
Flight mode 23
H
HTC Hub 62
Hubs 14
I
Importing contacts from your SIM card 26
Inserting the battery 10
Inserting the SIM card 9
Interacting with your phone by speaking
17
K
Keyboard 29
- moving the cursor 29
Kickstand 7, 12
L
Data connection 42
Deleting contacts 27
Linking contact information 26
Location services 58
Lock screen wallpaper 15
E
M
Editing a contact’s information 26
Email 34
- deleting 35
- Exchange ActiveSync 34
Maps 58
Marketplace 68
Merging contact information 26
Messaging 31
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Me tile 27
Mobile network connection 42
Muting the microphone 22
N
Notification sound 72
O
Office Mobile 67
P
People 24
Phone
- front, top, left, and back panels 6
- making an emergency call 19
- making calls 19
- phone dialer 19
Photo capture 50
Pictures 52
POP3/IMAP 34
Powering on or off 11
Predictive text 30
Protecting your SIM card with a PIN 69
PUK 69
Putting a call on hold 21
R
Rejecting an incoming call 20
Removing the back cover 8
Removing the battery 10
Removing the bottom cover 8
Removing the SIM card 9
Replacing the bottom cover 8
S
Searching 17
Searching for a contact 27
Sending
- email 36
- picture message 32
- text message 31
Settings 71
- camera 51
Setting up an account 17
Setting up your phone for the first time 13
SIM card 9
- importing contacts 26
SkyDrive
- uploading photos 54
Sleep mode 14
SMS 31
Sound volume 16
Speakerphone 21
Start screen 13
Switching between calls 21
Switching your phone on or off 11
Synchronizing your computer and phone
55
T
Taking a photo 50
Text message 31
Tiles 13
Turning your phone on or off 11
U
Updating the phone software 74
Using the kickstand 12
V
Video capture 50
Videos 53
Viewfinder screen (Camera) 49
Viewing photos and videos 53
Volume 16
W
Web browser 44
Wi-Fi 43
Z
Zooming
- camera 49
- in and out of a photo 53
- web browser 45
Zune 55
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