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Legal
Copyright © 2011 Google Inc. All rights reserved.
Google, the stylized Google logo, Android, the stylized Android logo, Nexus, the
stylized Nexus logo, Nexus S, and the stylized Nexus S logo, are trademarks of Google
Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks of the companies with
which they are associated.
Availability of Google applications, services, and features may vary by country, carrier,
and manufacturer.
For more information about your Nexus S phone, visit
http://www.nexusshelp.com.
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Contents
Contents 3
Your phone and accessories 4
What’s in the box 5
Getting to know your phone 6
Installing the battery, and SIM card 7
Open the phone’s back cover 7
Replace the phone’s back cover 8
Remove or insert the battery 8
Remove or insert a SIM card 10
Charging your phone 11
Charge the phone 11
Using the headset 12
Turning the phone on and off 13
Turn on the phone 13
Unblock a SIM 14
Turn off the phone 14
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Your phone and accessories
Your Google™ Nexus S™ phone comes with a number of accessories,
including a headset, USB cable, and charger. For safety reasons, the battery
is not shipped inside the phone, so you need to insert it and charge it fully
before using your phone. This guide describes the parts of your phone,
how to install and charge the battery, how to turn the phone on and off,
and other useful information.
For more information about using the Android™ mobile technology
platform that runs on your phone, including the basics of using it to place
phone calls and how to use its applications to browse the web, read email,
and so on, visit your carrier’s support site and refer to the Android User’s
Guide, available from http://www.nexusshelp.com.
In this section
“What’s in the box” on page 5
“Getting to know your phone” on page 6
“Installing the battery, and SIM card” on page 7
“Charging your phone” on page 11
“Using the headset” on page 12
“Turning the phone on and off” on page 13
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accessories
Your phone
phone and
What’s in the box
Your Google™ Nexus S™ phone comes with the following accessories.
Health & safety
and warranty
booklets
Battery
Nexus S phone
Headset
Charger
USB cable
If you purchased the phone with a contract with a GSM mobile carrier, a SIM card for
your carrier is included with the phone. See “Installing the battery, and SIM card” on
page 7 to learn how to insert or remove the battery, and SIM.
It may take a few minutes to import contacts from the SIM or USIM card to your
device depending on the SIM or USIM card.
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accessories
Your phone
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Getting to know your phone
Earpiece
Proximity &
light sensors
Volume
button
Front-facing
camera
Camera flash
5-megapixel
camera with
autofocus
Speaker
Power
button
Touchscreen
Back cover
USB port
Microphone
3.5mm
headset jack
Before you use the phone, insert the battery and charge it fully. (See “Installing the
battery, and SIM card” on page 7 and “Charging your phone” on page 11.)
Other sections in this chapter describe the use and function of the headset, status
light, turning the phone on and off, and more.
Your carrier’s support site and the Android User’s Guide (available from
http://www.nexusshelp.com) describe how to place calls, and other basic features of
the phone, including turning it on for the first time.
Be sure to keep the front and back camera lenses clean with lint-free cloth; smudges
and fingerprints will distort your pictures. The back camera’s LED flash is next to the
lens. Taking pictures and shooting videos is described in the Android User’s Guide.
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Your phone
phone and
Installing the battery, and SIM card
To install or replace the battery or SIM, you must remove the phone’s back cover.
You must install the battery and insert a SIM before you can use the phone.
Open the phone’s back cover
► Hold the device firmly and locate the cover release latch. The release latch has a
small indentation, just large enough to insert a fingernail and is located above the
camera lens. Place your fingernail in the opening and firmly lift the cover off the
device.
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Replace the phone’s back cover
► Place the cover on the back of the phone and push it down into place.
Remove or insert the battery
You must open the phone’s back cover to remove or insert the battery.
1
Turn off the phone.
See “Turning the phone on and off” on page 13.
2
Life out the battery by slipping your finger into the small opening next to the
battery.
GH68-34265B
Rev.1.0
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► Insert the battery by aligning the gold contacts on the phone and the battery
and then gently pressing the battery into place.
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Remove or insert a SIM card
You must open the phone’s back cover and remove the battery to remove or insert
the SIM card.
► Remove the SIM card by sliding it out of its slot with the tip of your finger.
► Insert the SIM card by aligning it (notch to the lower right and gold contacts
down) and then sliding it into its slot.
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Charging your phone
Before you can use your phone, you must charge it fully.
The phone also charges when it is connected to a computer’s USB port with the
included USB cable. For information about connecting the phone to a computer, see
the Android User’s Guide.
Charge the phone
1
Plug one end of the charger into an AC outlet.
2
Plug one end of the USB cable into the supplied charger or into the USB port of
your computer.
3
Plug the other end into the micro USB port on your phone.
Correct
Incorrect
When charging, the screen displays a battery charging status icon.
4
When the phone is fully charged, disconnect it from the charger.
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Using the headset
The headset plugs into the phone’s 3.5mm headset jack.
Microphone
Headphones
3.5mm
headphone jack
You control the headphones’ volume with the phone’s Volume Up/Down button,
and with the applications on your phone (as described in the Android User’s Guide
and in the documentation for your applications).
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Turning the phone on and off
You use the power button to turn the phone on and off.
Power button
Turn on the phone
► Press the Power button for a few seconds, until the screen illuminates.
The first time you turn on the phone, you’re welcomed to Android and prompted
to sign into your Google Account. For more information, consult your carrier and
the Android User’s Guide.
When you turn on the phone, you may be prompted to enter a personal
identification number (PIN) for your SIM card.
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Unblock a SIM
If you enter the wrong SIM-unlock PIN three times, the SIM card is blocked and
you can’t use your phone except to dial an emergency number. You must obtain
a PIN Unblocking Key (PUK) from your carrier to unblock the SIM and set a new
PIN.
► Dial the following, replacing “PUK” with the PUK from your carrier and
replacing both instances of “PIN” with a 4- to 8-digit PIN of your choosing:
**05*PUK*PIN*PIN#
Turn off the phone
1
Press & hold the Power button until a menu opens.
2
Touch Power off in the menu.
3
Touch OK when asked to confirm that you want to turn off the phone.
For more about working with the touchscreen and menus, see the Android User’s
Guide.
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