Huawei Mate 20 X (5G) User guide

Huawei Mate 20 X (5G) User guide
Mate 20 X
5G
User Guide
Contents
Exciting Features
Featured Usage Tips
Camera Tips
Connect and Share
Manage Your Phone
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New Device Configuration
Introduction to SuperCharge
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New Device
Gestures and Operations
HiVision
Press Power Button to Wake Up Google Assistant
HiSearch: Search for Matching Text and Images
Screenshots and Screen Recording
Split-screen
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Home Screen
Navigation Bar
Use Shortcut Switches to Quickly Enable Frequently Used Features
Notification Panel and Status Bar
Screen Lock and Unlock
Go Back to Basics with Simple Mode
Home Screen Management
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Managing Business Cards
Search Contacts
Managing Contacts
Merging Third-party App Contacts
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Basic Calling Functions
Make Calls While Using the Internet with VoLTE
Use VoWi-Fi for a New Calling Experience
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Basic Messaging Functions
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Basic Camera Functions
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Contacts
Dialing
Message
Camera
Master AI: Intelligent Scene Identification
Use Portrait Mode to Shoot Like a Pro
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Use AR lens to Shoot Interesting Photos
Use Wide Aperture Mode to Highlight Your Shooting Subjects
Panorama
Pro Mode
Take Black and White Photos
Light Painting Mode
More Capture Modes
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Highlights
Photo Management
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Gallery
Phone Manager
Use Optimize
Manage Mobile Data Usage
Enable Smart Power Saving
Use Auto-launch to Prevent Unwanted App Activities
Enable Virus Scanner
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Add Email Accounts
Manage Email Accounts
Manage VIP Email Contacts
Create Smart Groups
Import Important Events to Calendar
Set Auto Response for Exchange Email
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Navigate the Calendar
Import To-Dos to Keep Your Work Organized
View Global Holidays
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Use the Clock
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Manage Your Notes to Keep Your Records in Order
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Make Your House a Smart Home
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Email
Calendar
Clock
Notepad
Utilities
Check Your Screen Time
Use Recorder to Make Audio Notes
Phone Clone
Multiple Users
Set and Use Multiple Users
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Device Connection
Bluetooth
NFC
Desktop Mode
Transfer Data between Your Phone and Computer
Huawei Share
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Security and Privacy
Face Unlock
Fingerprint
Enable or Disable Location Services
PrivateSpace
Enable App Lock
Use Password Vault
Introduction to User Data Protection
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Wi-Fi and Network
Wi-Fi
Enable 5G
Connecting to the Internet
Share Your Mobile Network with Other Devices
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Apps and Notifications
App Twin: Log In to Two Social Media Accounts at Once
Introduction to Google Apps
Customize App Permissions to Use Your Phone Your Way
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Sound and Display
Set Up Do Not Disturb Mode
Configure the Sound Settings
Enable Eye Comfort Mode to Prevent Eye Strain
More Display Settings
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Enable Memory Cleanup
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Storage
Smart Assistance
Access Phone Functions from Anywhere with Navigation Dock
Use a Flip Cover to Protect Your Phone
Enable or Disable Mistouch Prevention
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System
Change Input Method
Accessibility
General Settings
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System Update
Update the Phone System Online
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Legal Notice
Personal Information and Data Security
Obtaining help
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Legal Notice
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Featured Usage Tips
HiVision: Start Scanning to Learn More
Want to stick to a healthy diet and keep fit? Wish you could understand foreign logos, road signs, and
restaurant menus while traveling abroad? Want to quickly get product information for comparisons
and to make purchases faster? Use HiVision to get all these done fast and easily.
HiVision can provide you with the following features:
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Scan food: You can scan food to determine the weight, calories, and nutrition facts.
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Identify objects: Scan to identify road signs or famous paintings. A card with relevant information
about the geographical locations or the painting will be generated for you.
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Shop: Scan the objects you like to get purchase recommendations.
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Translate: Scan words or phrases in a foreign language for a quick online translation, making your
trip abroad a breeze.
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Scan codes: Scan QR codes or bar codes to add contacts or acquire product information.
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This feature requires access to the Internet to identify objects, scan codes, determine calories in
food, shop, and translate.
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This feature is only supported in some countries and regions.
Enroll Your Facial Information and Enable Face Unlock
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Face unlock can only be used when the owner account is logged in. It is not supported by user
and guest accounts, or by PrivateSpace.
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Face unlock is not available if the lock screen password has not been entered for at least three
consecutive days, or if your Phone has been remotely locked or restarted.
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When using Face unlock, keep your eyes open, and look straight at your Phone from a distance
of 20–50 cm (about 8–20 inches). Your device may be unable to scan your face accurately if
you are in an extremely dark environment or under direct lighting.
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Currently, only one face can be enrolled. You can delete the current facial data and re-enroll
your face.
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Open
Settings. Go to Privacy > Face recognition, then enter your lock screen password.
If you haven't set a lock screen password, follow the onscreen instructions to do so.
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If you select Enable Pick up to wake device to enhance the Face unlock experience, the
screen will turn on and unlock when you pick up your Phone and hold it in front of your face. If
you do not need this feature, do not select the option. Touch Get started and enroll your face.
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Face unlock modes:
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Direct unlock: On the Face recognition screen, touch Unlock device and select Direct
unlock. When you turn the screen on, your Phone will automatically recognize your face and
directly unlock the screen.
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Slide to unlock: On the Face recognition screen, touch Unlock device and select Slide to
unlock. Once your Phone has recognized your face, slide on the lock screen to unlock it.
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If you have enabled Show notifications, your Phone will hide notification details on the lock
screen and display them only when the owner's face has been recognized.
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If you have also enabled Access app lock, you can access locked apps when your Phone
recognizes your face.
Pick Up to Unlock
Open
Settings, and go to Privacy > Face recognition. When enrolling facial data, select Enable
Pick up to wake device to enhance the Face unlock experience, and set the Face unlock method
to Direct unlock. Once the setup is complete, you can simply raise your Phone to unlock the screen,
without a password or fingerprint.
If you haven't selected Enable Pick up to wake device to enhance the Face unlock experience
when enrolling facial data, you can open
Settings, go to Privacy > Face recognition, and set
the Face unlock method to Direct unlock. Then, open
Settings, go to Smart assistance >
Motion control > Pick up, and select Wake up device.
HiSearch: Search for Matching Text and Images
HiSearch can be a handy search tool to locate the apps and files you want.
HiSearch allows you to search through settings, files, contacts and notes while keeping a record of
your search history.
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Once your Phone is unlocked, swipe down from the middle part of the home screen to open
HiSearch.
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Enter an app or file name to run a search, then touch
location of the app on the home screen.
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Touch the
here.
in the search results to easily find the
icon on the HiSearch interface to review Search scope or Check for updates
Access Phone Functions from Anywhere with Navigation Dock
In order to close an app or return to the home screen, you must use the navigation bar at the bottom
of your Phone. You can enable the Navigation dock feature on your Phone to avoid using navigation
buttons and to comfortably operate your device with one hand.
Open
Settings. Go to System > System navigation > Navigation dock and enable
Navigation dock. The Navigation dock will appear on the screen. You can then drag it to your
preferred location. The Navigation dock can perform the following actions:
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Back: Touch the Navigation dock once to go back one step, or touch it twice to go back two steps.
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Home: Touch and hold the Navigation dock and then release it to go to the home screen.
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View background apps: Touch and hold the Navigation dock and then swipe left or right to view
any apps that are running in the background.
Use Shortcut Switches to Quickly Enable Frequently Used Features
Want to quickly enable or disable mobile data or hotspot? You can enable frequently used features by
using shortcut switches.
Organize shortcuts
Touch and hold to
enter Settings
Touch to enable
this feature
View all shortcuts
Camera Tips
Master AI: Intelligent Scene Identification
Master AI can automatically identify the scene you are taking a photo of and adjust the color and
brightness of the photo for you, so you don't have to re-adjust your camera settings each time for the
perfect shot.
Master AI is a preset camera feature on your device that intelligently identifies the scene you are
taking a photo of and automatically adjusts the color and brightness of the photo to help you achieve
better results.
Master AI provides you with the following features:
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Intelligently identifies scenes and improves photo effects: Master AI supports a wide variety
of scenes, including stages, beaches, blue skies, greenery, and text. After smart identification,
Master AI automatically adjusts the color and brightness of the camera and recommends an
optimal mode to improve photo effects.
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Automatically configures and adjusts camera settings: Once enabled, Master AI will
intelligently identify scenes when you are taking photos, and adjust the color and brightness for you
so you don't have to manually re-adjust the settings each time.
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Master AI is only available when you take photos using the rear camera.
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The
icon will display at the top of the screen when Master AI is available.
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Take Black and White Photos
The world is an amazingly colorful place. But sometimes too many colors can be distracting.
Monochrome mode filters out color, helping to bring out light and shadows, and give photos more
mood and atmosphere.
Open
Camera > More > Monochrome, and then touch
to take photos in black and white.
Use Portrait Mode to Shoot Like a Pro
Go to
Camera > Portrait, adjust the following settings, then touch
Blur and lighting effects: Touch the
to take a portrait.
icon in the viewfinder and select a blur or lighting effect.
A light source (such as a neon or street light) in a relatively well-lit background will contribute to
better results. Taking photos at long distance will reduce the effect.
Beauty effect:
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Shoot using the rear camera: Touch
in the viewfinder and drag the slider to adjust beauty
settings. A larger value will produce a more distinct beauty effect.
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Shoot using the front camera: Touch
in the viewfinder and drag the slider to adjust beauty
settings. A larger value will produce a more distinct beauty effect. You can also touch HDR at the
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top of the screen to enable AI HDR to refine details in both the well-lit and poorly-lit areas of the
photo.
To disable the beauty effect, touch
in the viewfinder and drag the slider to the lowest level.
Use Panorama Mode to Take Panoramic Photos
Panoramas provide a wider viewing angle than ordinary photos, letting you take sweeping landscape
shots.
To capture a panorama shot, the camera takes multiple photos of objects within our visual field and
stitches them together into a single photo.
When taking a panorama, find a wide, open space that is some distance away from the subject
and try to avoid backgrounds that are all in one color.
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Go to
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Touch
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Hold your Phone steady, and then touch
to start shooting. Slowly move the Phone in the
direction indicated, holding the device steady and ensuring that the arrow stays level with the
center line.
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Touch
when you are finished. The camera will automatically stitch the photos together to
create a panorama.
Camera > More > Panorama.
at the bottom of the screen to configure the shooting direction.
Custom Shooting Modes
Want to discover new ways of using your camera besides the preset functions? You can download or
delete shooting modes based on your needs.
Download more shooting modes: Open
Camera > More > Download. Select the shooting
modes to download, and touch ADD.
Update shooting modes: To update shooting modes, go to the More screen. The shooting modes
with available updates will have red dots next to them. You can follow the onscreen prompts to
update them.
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Delete shooting modes: Go to More >
, and touch
to delete unneeded shooting modes.
To ensure that Camera works normally, preset shooting modes cannot be deleted.
Use AR lens to Shoot Interesting Photos
Use AR lens to make your photos fun and stand out.
Go to
Camera > More > AR lens.
There are several effects to choose from to make your photos stand out:
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3D Qmoji: Touch 3D Qmoji, and select an animated Qmoji. The Qmoji will then mimic and act out
your facial expressions and actions accordingly. Touch
hold
to record, or touch
GIF
, then touch and
to create your own personalized Qmoji.
Use Pro Mode to Take Scenic Photos
Camera > Pro.
Go to
Adjust metering based on the subject of the shot: On the Pro mode screen, touch
and
select a metering mode accordingly.
Application Scenario
Metering Mode
Matrix
The subjects are broad landscapes and seas.
Center
The subject is in the center and stands out from the background.
Spot
The subject to be highlighted is relatively small, such as a flower or
a tree.
Adjust brightness based on the shooting environment:
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Adjust ISO: On the Pro mode screen, touch
and adjust the slider.
To avoid excessive image noise, an ISO value below 400 is recommended. The recommended
ISO value for the daytime is between 100 to 200, but may exceed 400 for some night scenes.
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Adjust shutter speed: On the Pro mode screen, touch
(shutter speed) and adjust the slider.
The recommended shutter speed for static scenes (such as mountains) is between 1/80 and
1/125 of a second. For moving scenes (such as waves), select a relatively fast shutter speed and
use a tripod for best results.
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Adjust EV compensation: On the Pro mode screen, touch &7 and adjust the slider.
Adjust AWB: On the Pro mode screen, touch
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When shooting in bright sunlight, select
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Touch
and adjust the slider.
. In low light environments, select
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to adjust the color temperature. If you want to give your photo a warm, cozy,
nostalgic tone, increase the K value. For a cool, calm, or futuristic tone, reduce the K value.
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Select Focus mode based on the subject of the shot: On the Pro mode screen, touch "' and
adjust the slider.
Focus Mode
Application Scenario
AF-S mode
Static scenes (such as mountains)
AF-C mode
Moving scenes (such as flowing water and waves)
MF mode
Protruding objects (such as a close-up of a flower)
Keep your device steady when shooting: On the Pro mode screen, touch
and enable
Horizontal level. A horizontal guiding line will appear on the viewfinder. If a dotted line appears, the
camera is not yet parallel with the horizontal level. When the dotted line overlaps with the solid line,
the camera is now parallel with the horizontal level.
Save RAW format pictures: Go to
> Resolution, and enable RAW format. After this feature is
enabled, pictures taken in Pro mode will be saved in both RAW and standard JPG formats.
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In Pro mode, changing a specific setting will sometimes cause other settings to change as well.
Adjust them according to your actual requirements.
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The recommended settings above are for reference only. Adjust them according to actual usage
conditions to achieve your desired effect.
Use Pro Mode to Shoot Portraits
Go to
Camera > Pro.
Select a Metering mode:
or
mode is recommended for taking portraits. Place your
shooting subject (for example, a person's face) in the center of the viewfinder.
Adjust brightness based on the shooting environment:
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Adjust ISO: To avoid excessive image noise, it is recommended that you adjust the ISO to a low
level when shooting portraits. You may adjust the ISO based on the actual shooting environment.
Shooting Environment
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Recommended ISO
Outdoors
Between 100 and 200
Indoors
Around 400
Night scenes
Between 400 and 800
Adjust shutter speed: Reduce the shutter speed in low light conditions, and increase it in bright
light conditions. The recommended shutter speed for static portraits is between 1/80 and 1/125 of a
second. To shoot moving subjects, select a shutter speed at or above 1/125 of a second.
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Adjust EV compensation: Increase the EV compensation in low light conditions, and decrease it in
bright light conditions.
Adjust AWB: Select AWB depending on the lighting conditions. When shooting in bright sunlight,
select
. In low light environments, select
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Adjust focus: To better highlight a subject, use manual focus (MF) when shooting portraits. In the
viewfinder, touch to focus on the part you want to highlight (the subject's face, for example).
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In Pro mode, changing a specific setting will sometimes cause other settings to change as well.
Adjust them according to your actual requirements.
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The recommended settings above are for reference only. Adjust them according to actual usage
conditions to achieve your desired effect.
Connect and Share
Use NFC to Quickly Establish Connections between Devices.
Place the NFC detection areas of two devices close together to quickly establish a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi
connection between them. You can also use this method to establish a Wi-Fi Direct connection or
share a Wi-Fi hotspot without searching for devices, pairing and entering connection details manually.
NFC
Using Bluetooth pairing as an example, enable NFC, Huawei Beam, and Bluetooth on both devices.
Open the Bluetooth pairing screen on both devices and place the NFC detection areas of devices close
together. When the sending device plays an audio prompt and content on the screen shrinks, follow
the onscreen instructions and touch the screen on the sending device to establish a Bluetooth
connection
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If there is a Read and write/P2P switch on the NFC screen, ensure it is also enabled. Features
may vary depending on your carrier.
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Not all devices support NFC.
Transfer Data between Your Phone and Computer
Use a USB cable to connect your Phone to your computer and transfer data.
Select USB connection mode
Use a USB cable to connect your Phone to the computer, you can then select a default connection
method. You can transfer photos and files between your Phone and computer, or charge your Phone
through the USB connection to your computer.
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel, then touch Settings > Touch for
more options and select a method for connecting your device and your computer.
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Transfer photos: Transfer photos between your Phone and computer.
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Transfer files: Transfer files between your Phone and computer.
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Charge only: Charge your Phone with just a USB cable.
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Input MIDI: Use your Phone as a MIDI input device and play music on your computer.
Transfer data over a USB port
Connect your Phone to your Computer using a USB cable to transfer data and perform other tasks.
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Transfer files: Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) is a type of transmission protocol for media files. You
can transfer files between your Phone and computer using this connection method. First, install
Windows Media Player 11 or later on your computer.
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel, and then set your USB connection
method to Transfer files. Your computer will automatically install the necessary drivers. After the
installation is complete, click the new drive icon named Phone on the computer to view the files on
your Phone. You can use Windows Media Player to view the media files on your Phone.
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Transfer images: Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) is a protocol that allows you to transfer images.
You can upload and share photos between your Phone and computer using this connection
method.
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel, and then set your USB connection
method to Transfer photos. Your computer will automatically install the necessary drivers. After
the installation is complete, click the new drive icon named Phone on the computer to view the
images on your Phone.
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Transfer MIDI data to your Phone: MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is an industry
standard audio format for composing music established by electronic instrument manufacturers.
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel, and then set your USB connection
method to Input MIDI. You can then use Phone to receive and process MIDI messages transmitted
by other devices.
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Use Huawei Share to Quickly Share Files Between Huawei Devices
You can use Huawei Share to quickly transfer photos, videos and other files between Huawei devices.
Huawei Share uses Bluetooth to detect other nearby Huawei devices and then uses Wi-Fi Direct to
quickly transfer files without using mobile data.
Huawei Share uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to transfer data. When Huawei Share is enabled, both WiFi and Bluetooth are automatically enabled.
Use Huawei Share to send files: Select the files you want to share and then touch Share. To send
files, select a receiving device from the list of nearby devices and confirm.
Use Huawei Share to receive files: Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel,
and then touch
to enable Huawei Share. Touch ACCEPT when the file transfer notification is
displayed. Received files are saved by default to your Huawei Share folder in Files.
No confirmation is required if the two Huawei devices have been logged in using the same
HUAWEI ID.
Transfer Files Between Your Phone and Computer with Huawei Share
Want to quickly transfer pictures and videos from your Phone to computer (Windows PC or Mac)?
Huawei Share makes it simpler than before, without even needing a USB cable.
From your Phone to your Windows PC
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To start, make sure your Phone is connected to the same network (for example, the same Wi-Fi
network) as your computer.
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Open
Settings on your Phone, go to Device connectivity > Huawei Share, then enable
Huawei Share and Computer share.
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On the same screen, check and record the Name shown on computers, then touch Verification
on computers to view and record the username and password.
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On your Windows PC, go to Computer > Network, double click Name shown on computers,
and enter the username and password you recorded in the previous step. The Internal storage or
Albums folders on your Phone are then displayed on your computer.
The content of these folders is not automatically saved to your Windows PC, but can be
accessed, copied, and saved locally as needed on the computer.
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You can also edit the files or photos in Internal storage or Albums on your Windows PC, and the
changes will be synced to your Phone automatically. Similarly, if you edit any files or photos on
your Phone, the changes will be synced to your computer as well.
From your Phone to Mac
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To start, make sure your Phone is connected to the same network (for example, the same Wi-Fi
network) as your computer.
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Open
Settings on your Phone, go to Device connectivity > Huawei Share, then enable
Huawei Share and Computer share.
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On the same screen, check and record the Name shown on computers, then touch Verification
on computers to view and record the username and password.
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On the Mac, go to Finder > Go to > Network, double-click Name shown on computers,
choose to register a user account, and enter the username and password you recorded in the
previous step. The Internal storage or Albums folders are then displayed on your Mac.
The content in these folders is not automatically saved to your Mac, but can be accessed,
copied, and saved locally as needed on your computer.
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You can also edit the files or photos in Internal storage or Albums on your Mac, and the changes
will be synced to your Phone automatically. Similarly, if you edit any files or photos on your Phone,
the changes will be synced to your Mac as well.
This function is supported on Mac computers running iOS 10.8 or later.
One-Touch Printing with Huawei Share
How do I quickly print travel photos, work files, or my children's homework from my Phone?
Experience the ease of one-touch printing with Huawei Share.
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Huawei Share now supports one-touch printing for images and PDF files.
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For a list of supported printers, touch Learn more in the Huawei Share section (access this
section by touching the Share icon on the picture or PDF you want to share), swipe left on the
screen, then touch What printers are supported? to see the list.
Huawei Share's one-touch printing feature is convenient and easy to use. To start using it, swipe
down from the status bar to display all shortcuts, and enable Huawei Share, then follow the steps
below to pair with different types of printers:
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Wi-Fi printer/Wi-Fi Direct printer:
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Power on the printer, and make sure that it connects to the same network as your Phone, or
that Wi-Fi Direct is enabled.
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Preview the file you want to print on your Phone, and then touch Share. Once the printer has
been discovered, touch its name, and adjust specifications on the preview screen. Then simply
touch PRINT to print.
Bluetooth printer: Power on the printer, preview the file you want to print on your Phone, and
then touch Share. Once the printer has been discovered, touch its name, and adjust specifications
on the preview screen. Then simply touch PRINT to print.
When pairing the Bluetooth printer for the first time, start by making sure your Phone can find
the printer, then press the power button on the printer for 1 second to ensure successful
pairing.
Quickly Share Files Between Your Phone and Computer with Huawei Share
OneHop
Huawei Share OneHop allows you to quickly transfer files between your Phone and computer without
a cable or third-party app.
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This feature is supported by HUAWEI MateBooks and Honor MagicBooks running PC Manager
9.1 or later and with the Huawei Share label or Magic-link label.
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Huawei Share OneHop is supported on NFC-enabled devices only. The NFC area is located near
the rear camera on the Phone. Locations vary slightly between device models.
Connect your phone to computer with Huawei Share OneHop
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Swipe down on the notification panel and enable NFC.
Alternatively, open
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Settings, go to Device connectivity > NFC, and enable NFC.
Hold the NFC area of your Phone against the Huawei Share label
(or Magic-link label
) on
your computer until your Phone sounds or vibrates. In the pop-up box on your Phone, touch
CONNECT, and follow the instructions to connect your Phone with your computer.
After your Phone is successfully paired with your computer, the next time you enable NFC and
Bluetooth on your Phone, the two devices will be automatically paired when they are within
range.
Huawei Share OneHop allows you to do the following:
OneHop Media Sharing
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From your Phone to computer: Open Gallery on your Phone and select up to 500 photos or
videos. Hold the NFC area of your Phone against the Huawei Share label
(or Magic-link label
)
on your computer until your Phone sounds or vibrates. The selected photos or videos can then be
transferred to your computer. Touch
to identify text in the images sent to your computer and
to generate a text file.
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From your computer to Phone: If you exit Gallery or are on the home screen of your Phone, the
image opened with Windows Photo Viewer on your computer or your computer's current
screenshot will be transferred to your Phone when you tap the NFC area of your Phone against the
Huawei Share label on your computer.
OneHop Screen Recording
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Shake your Phone, then hold the NFC area of your Phone against the Huawei Share label
(or
) on your computer until your Phone sounds or vibrates. When the computer
Magic-link label
screen is projected to your Phone, recording starts automatically (for up to 60 seconds).
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Touch
Gallery.
to stop recording on your Phone. The recorded content will be automatically saved to
OneHop File Sharing
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From your Phone to computer: Open an Office file on your Phone. Hold the NFC area of your
Phone against the Huawei Share label
(or Magic-link label
) on your computer until your
Phone sounds or vibrates.
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From your computer to Phone: If you exit Office or are on the home screen of your Phone, the
file opened with an Office tool on your computer will be transferred to your Phone when you tap
the NFC area of your Phone against the Huawei Share label on your computer.
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OneHop Clipboard Sharing
If your Phone is paired with your computer, when browsing a web page or reading an article on your
Phone or computer, copy the content you need to the clipboard. The copied content will be shared to
the clipboard on both devices.
Share Your Mobile Network with Other Devices
You can share your mobile data with your friends.
Use personal hotspot to share mobile data: Open
Settings and go to Wireless & networks
> Personal hotspot. Set Device name and Password, then enable the hotspot to use it.
Set data limit for shared mobile data: Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Personal
hotspot > More, and touch Data limit to set the data limit for a single session. When this limit is
reached, your device will automatically disable the hotspot.
Use Bluetooth to share mobile data: Connect your device to another device using Bluetooth, then
enable Bluetooth tethering to share your mobile data. Open
Settings, go to Wireless &
networks > Personal hotspot > More, and enable Bluetooth tethering. On the Bluetooth
settings screen of the paired device, touch
next to the paired device, then enable Internet
access to establish an Internet connection and share your mobile data.
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Use USB to share mobile data: Use a USB cable to connect your device to a computer. Open
Settings, go to Wireless & networks > Personal hotspot > More, and enable USB tethering to
start sharing your mobile data.
Depending on your computer's operating system, you may need to install device drivers or
establish the relevant network connection on your computer before using this feature. Refer to
your computer's operating system guide for more information.
Manage Your Phone
Use Password Vault
Password vault saves and fills in your passwords, allowing you to log in to apps on your Phone more
conveniently and securely.
Enable or disable Password vault: Password vault is enabled by default. After you update your
Phone, enable Password vault by performing the following operations:
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Enter the lock screen password to access the Password vault settings. Open
to Privacy > Password vault.
2
Enter your lock screen password to access the Password vault screen.
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Enable Password vault. When you log in to an app for the first time or after logging out, select
SAVE, and your username and password will be saved. Next time you log in, use the method you
picked, for example Face unlock, to automatically fill in your username and password to log in to
the app.
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Enable or disable Autofill settings for individual apps. If the autofill feature is enabled for an app,
you can use your face, fingerprint, or lock screen password to fill in the password when you log in.
If this feature is disabled, your username and password must be entered manually.
Settings, and go
Password vault does not work for certain apps due to version limitations.
Enable App Lock
App lock allows you to set a password for your important apps. Once you restart your Phone or
unlock the screen, you will be asked to enter your App lock password when opening these apps. App
lock adds an extra layer of protection for your private information and prevents unauthorized access
to important apps on your Phone.
Enable App lock: Open
Settings. Go to Privacy > App lock. When you first access App lock,
select Lock screen password or Custom PIN as your App lock verification password. Enter your
password as prompted and on the App lock screen, toggle on the switch for the apps you want to
lock.
Set your App lock password: Touch
on the App lock screen, then touch Password type.
Select Lock screen password or Custom PIN.
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Enable PrivateSpace
With PrivateSpace, you can save your private information in a space that can only be accessed with
your fingerprint or by a password you have set.
You can add up to three user accounts (including the PrivateSpace and Users accounts) on your
Phone. If you have already added three users under Settings > Users & accounts > Users >
Add user, you cannot create your PrivateSpace.
Enable PrivateSpace: If you are using PrivateSpace for the first time, open
Settings, go to
Privacy > PrivateSpace > Enable, and follow the onscreen instructions to create your PrivateSpace.
You can create only one PrivateSpace.
Switch directly between MainSpace and PrivateSpace: From the lock screen, you can directly
switch between spaces, using your fingerprint or the applicable passwords. After restarting your
Phone, you must enter MainSpace with the password first, before switching to PrivateSpace from the
lock screen.
Enter PrivateSpace: You can enter your PrivateSpace directly from the lock screen using your
fingerprint or password. Alternatively, from MainSpace, open
Settings, and go to Privacy >
PrivateSpace > Log in to enter your PrivateSpace.
Exit PrivateSpace: After entering your PrivateSpace, open
Settings, go to Privacy >
PrivateSpace > Exit. When you exit your PrivateSpace, all system memory used by the PrivateSpace
is freed for other tasks. You can still switch back to PrivateSpace as needed.
Delete PrivateSpace: Deleting your PrivateSpace will permanently delete all apps and data stored in
PrivateSpace. This data cannot be restored. You can delete your PrivateSpace through the following
ways:
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From MainSpace, open
Settings, go to Privacy > PrivateSpace, and then go to
> Delete
PrivateSpace.
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From PrivateSpace, open
Settings, and go to Privacy > PrivateSpace > Delete.
Set Your Home Screen Wallpaper
Tired of default wallpapers? Set a photo you like as your home screen wallpaper to personalize your
home screen.
Open
Settings, and then go to Home screen & wallpaper > Wallpaper. You can:
Set a picture as your home screen wallpaper: Touch Gallery or select a preset wallpaper in your
device, and follow the onscreen instructions to select Lock screen, Home screen or Both.
Set a photo as your wallpaper from Gallery: Have a great photo you want to set as your
wallpaper? In
Gallery, open the photo that you like, go to
> Set as > Wallpaper, and
follow the onscreen instructions to set the photo as your home screen wallpaper.
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Manage Your Home Screen Widgets
Want to quickly add widgets such as screen lock, weather, notepad, clock, contacts, or calendar to
your home screen? You can add, move or delete home screen widgets to tidy up your home screen
and ease your usage experience.
Add widgets: Pinch in with your fingers on the home screen to enter home screen editing mode.
Touch Widgets, touch and hold a widget and drag it to an empty area on the home screen, or touch
the widget you want.
Check that there are enough empty spaces on the home screen for the widget. If there is not
enough space, add an empty screen page or free up some space on the current home screen
page.
Delete widgets: Touch and hold a widget on the home screen until your Phone vibrates, and then
select Remove.
Move widgets: Touch and hold a widget on the home screen until your Phone vibrates. Drag the
widget to any position on the screen.
Use App Drawer to Store Apps
Want to store your apps in one location on your home screen to make your home screen look
cleaner? You can enable app drawer on your home screen to store all your apps and free up space on
your home screen.
Open
Settings, go to Home screen & wallpaper > Home screen style, and select Drawer. If
you want to switch back to a standard home screen, select Standard.
Add an app icon from app drawer to the home screen: After you enable app drawer, touch
on the home screen to enter the app list. From the app list, touch and hold the app icon that
you want to add until your Phone vibrates, and then drag it to the desired position on the home
screen.
Enable TalkBack to Have Onscreen Content Read Aloud
Your Phone can read aloud content on the screen that you touch, select, or activate, helping you
access content even when you can't see the screen clearly.
1
Settings and go to Smart assistance > Accessibility > TalkBack to enter the TalkBack
Open
settings screen.
2
Enable TalkBack and touch OK. Your device will launch a tutorial when you enable TalkBack for
the first time. If you need to listen to the tutorial again, touch
to enter the TalkBack service
settings screen, or touch More settings to enter the TalkBack settings screen, then launch the
tutorial.
3
or More settings, then enable Explore by touch. Your device will read out content
Touch
that you touch.
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You may have enabled TalkBack by accident. To disable TalkBack, press and hold the Volume up and
down buttons for at least three seconds, or press and hold the Power button until your device
vibrates, then touch the screen with two fingers for at least three seconds.
Enable Memory Cleanup
Your Phone may slow down over time as your storage space gets smaller. Use Memory cleanup to free
up storage space, improve system performance, and keep your Phone running smoothly.
Open
Phone Manager, then touch Cleanup to clean up memory and clear the cache to optimize
performance. If your storage space is still low, perform a deep clean to free up additional storage
space.
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New Device Configuration
Connecting to the Internet
Connect to Wi-Fi networks effortlessly with your device.
Connecting to a Wi-Fi network
1
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel.
2
3
4
Touch and hold
to open the Wi-Fi settings screen.
Switch on Wi-Fi. Your device will list all available Wi-Fi networks at your location.
Select the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to. If you select an encrypted network, you will also
need to enter the Wi-Fi password.
Connecting using mobile data
Before using mobile data, ensure that you have a data plan with your carrier to avoid incurring
excessive data charges.
1
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel.
2
Touch
to enable mobile data.
To save battery power and reduce data usage, disable your mobile data connection when you
don't need it.
Enroll Your Facial Information and Enable Face Unlock
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Face unlock can only be used when the owner account is logged in. It is not supported by user
and guest accounts, or by PrivateSpace.
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Face unlock is not available if the lock screen password has not been entered for at least three
consecutive days, or if your Phone has been remotely locked or restarted.
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When using Face unlock, keep your eyes open, and look straight at your Phone from a distance
of 20–50 cm (about 8–20 inches). Your device may be unable to scan your face accurately if
you are in an extremely dark environment or under direct lighting.
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Currently, only one face can be enrolled. You can delete the current facial data and re-enroll
your face.
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Open
Settings. Go to Privacy > Face recognition, then enter your lock screen password.
If you haven't set a lock screen password, follow the onscreen instructions to do so.
2
If you select Enable Pick up to wake device to enhance the Face unlock experience, the
screen will turn on and unlock when you pick up your Phone and hold it in front of your face. If
you do not need this feature, do not select the option. Touch Get started and enroll your face.
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Face unlock modes:
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Direct unlock: On the Face recognition screen, touch Unlock device and select Direct
unlock. When you turn the screen on, your Phone will automatically recognize your face and
directly unlock the screen.
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Slide to unlock: On the Face recognition screen, touch Unlock device and select Slide to
unlock. Once your Phone has recognized your face, slide on the lock screen to unlock it.
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If you have enabled Show notifications, your Phone will hide notification details on the lock
screen and display them only when the owner's face has been recognized.
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If you have also enabled Access app lock, you can access locked apps when your Phone
recognizes your face.
Pick Up to Unlock
Open
Settings, and go to Privacy > Face recognition. When enrolling facial data, select Enable
Pick up to wake device to enhance the Face unlock experience, and set the Face unlock method
to Direct unlock. Once the setup is complete, you can simply raise your Phone to unlock the screen,
without a password or fingerprint.
If you haven't selected Enable Pick up to wake device to enhance the Face unlock experience
when enrolling facial data, you can open
Settings, go to Privacy > Face recognition, and set
the Face unlock method to Direct unlock. Then, open
Settings, go to Smart assistance >
Motion control > Pick up, and select Wake up device.
Enroll a Fingerprint
Enroll a fingerprint on your Phone to use your fingerprint to unlock your screen, and access Safe or
locked apps without having to enter a password.
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Fingerprint unlock is only available when your unlock method is set to Pattern, PIN, or
Password. You are required to unlock your Phone with the lock screen password when
restarting your device, as well as when your fingerprint is not recognized.
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Before enrolling a fingerprint, make sure that your finger is clean and dry.
1
Open
2
Go to Privacy > Fingerprint ID > Change unlock method (or go to Privacy > Fingerprint ID >
Fingerprint management > Change unlock method), and select Pattern, 4-digit PIN, Custom
PIN, or Password to set a lock screen password.
3
Once you have set a password, touch New fingerprint to enroll a fingerprint.
4
Place your fingertip on the fingerprint sensor. Press down lightly on the sensor until your device
vibrates. Repeat this step using different parts of your fingertip.
5
After the enrollment is complete, touch OK.
Settings.
To unlock the screen, simply place your fingertip on the fingerprint sensor.
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Connect to Wi-Fi
Connecting your device to a Wi-Fi network is an effective way to preserve mobile data.
To avoid potential security risks (such as unauthorized access to your personal data and financial
information), please exercise caution when connecting to a public Wi-Fi network.
Connect to Wi-Fi: Open
Settings, go to Wireless & networks > Wi-Fi, and enable Wi-Fi.
Select the Wi-Fi network that you would like to connect to. Follow the onscreen instructions to enter
the password or to complete the authentication, depending on the network settings. Alternatively,
you can scroll to the bottom of the Wi-Fi menu, touch Add network, and follow the onscreen
instructions to add a network hotspot by entering its name and password.
Enable 5G
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When two SIM cards are inserted, only the default SIM card will support 5G service. The other
card will only support 4G/3G/2G service.
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5G service may be unavailable in certain areas due to network interference.
1
Contact your carrier to enable 5G service.
2
Open
Settings, go to Wireless & networks > Mobile network, and enable 5G for the
default SIM.
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Introduction to SuperCharge
SuperCharge uses SCP to link together your Phone and charger and ensures smart, fast, and safe
charging by intelligently adjusting the charging voltage and current based on the battery level of your
Phone.
Use the charger and USB cable that came with your Phone. Using other chargers or USB cables
may cause repeated restarts, slow charging, overheating, or other undesirable situations.
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HiVision
HiVision: Start Scanning to Learn More
Want to stick to a healthy diet and keep fit? Wish you could understand foreign logos, road signs, and
restaurant menus while traveling abroad? Want to quickly get product information for comparisons
and to make purchases faster? Use HiVision to get all these done fast and easily.
HiVision can provide you with the following features:
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Scan food: You can scan food to determine the weight, calories, and nutrition facts.
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Identify objects: Scan to identify road signs or famous paintings. A card with relevant information
about the geographical locations or the painting will be generated for you.
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Shop: Scan the objects you like to get purchase recommendations.
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Translate: Scan words or phrases in a foreign language for a quick online translation, making your
trip abroad a breeze.
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Scan codes: Scan QR codes or bar codes to add contacts or acquire product information.
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This feature requires access to the Internet to identify objects, scan codes, determine calories in
food, shop, and translate.
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This feature is only supported in some countries and regions.
Read QR Codes and Barcodes
1
Swipe down on the home screen, and touch
2
Touch
3
From the results screen, you can:
to open HiVision.
and place the QR code or barcode within the scan frame to acquire information.
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Touch
to copy the information to the clipboard and paste anywhere you like.
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If the QR code contains contact information, touch
to add the information to your
Contacts.
Scan to Translate Effortlessly
HiVision can help you quickly translate foreign text.
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This feature requires an Internet connection. Connect to a Wi-Fi network to avoid incurring
unnecessary data charges.
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This translation feature currently supports Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, French, Russian,
Spanish, Italian, German, and Portuguese.
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Once your Phone is unlocked, swipe down from the center of the home screen and touch
open HiVision.
to
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On the HiVision screen, touch
, select the source and target languages, frame the text in the
viewfinder, and wait for it to be translated.
3
You can touch
to copy the translation and paste it anywhere you like.
Scan Products
When you encounter an unknown item, you want to buy but can't find it. After scanning goods, you
can get the purchase recommendations of similar items, which is convenient for you to buy favorite
things.
This feature requires an Internet connection. Connect to a Wi-Fi network to avoid incurring
unnecessary data charges.
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Once your Phone is unlocked, swipe down from the center of the home screen, and touch
open HiVision.
2
On the HiVision screen, touch
screenshoot.
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to
, then you can shop by scanning a product or by taking a
Take a screenshoot to purchase: Frame the item in the viewfinder, then touch
to take a
screenshoot, The system will automatically recognize and recommend similar items.
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Scan the product to purchase: Frame the item in the viewfinder, the system will automatically
scan and recommend similar items.
Scan to Instantly Recognize Objects
Find more information about key landmarks during a journey or favorite paintings in an exhibition.
Scan any picture using HiVision to find out more.
HiVision provides you with relevant information to enhance your experiences. Instructions:
1
Once your Phone is unlocked, swipe down from the middle part of the home screen to display the
global search box, then touch
2
to enable HiVision.
On the HiVision screen, touch
, and frame the arts in the viewfinder. HiVision will automatically
identify the arts and display detailed information cards for that arts.
Scan Food to Acquire Calorie Information
Ever just start wondering about how to select healthy food and keep slim? Scan the food to get the
weight, the calorie, and the nutrient information using HiVision.
This feature requires an Internet connection. Connect to a Wi-Fi network to avoid incurring
unnecessary data charges.
Perform the following to try it out:
1
Once your Phone is unlocked, swipe down from the middle part of the home screen, and touch
to open HiVision.
2
, and make sure the food is centered in the frame, and the
On the HiVision screen, touch
weight, the calorie, and the nutrient information will be shown.
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Press Power Button to Wake Up Google Assistant
Press and hold the Power button for 1 second to wake up Google Assistant, and then you can
perform a variety of tasks with voice commands.
Open
Settings and go to Smart assistance > Shortcuts & gestures > Google Assistant, then
enable Wake with Power button.
HiSearch: Search for Matching Text and Images
HiSearch can be a handy search tool to locate the apps and files you want.
HiSearch allows you to search through settings, files, contacts and notes while keeping a record of
your search history.
1
Once your Phone is unlocked, swipe down from the middle part of the home screen to open
HiSearch.
2
Enter an app or file name to run a search, then touch
location of the app on the home screen.
3
Touch the
here.
in the search results to easily find the
icon on the HiSearch interface to review Search scope or Check for updates
Screenshots and Screen Recording
Take Scrolling Screenshots to Capture Entire Pages
Tired of having to take several screenshots to capture long articles or chat records? You can use your
Phone's scrolling screenshot feature to take a screenshot that scrolls all the way down to the bottom
of the page, capturing all of the information on the page in a single screenshot.
Use shortcuts to take a scrolling screenshot: Swipe down from the status bar to open the
notification panel, then touch
to take a scrolling screenshot. Touch
within two seconds of
taking the screenshot, and the screen will automatically scroll down and keep taking the screenshot.
During the scrolling process, touch the scrolling area to end the screenshot.
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After taking the screenshot, touch
or
to edit or share the screenshot. The screenshot will be
saved in Gallery by default.
Record Exciting Moments on Your Screen
Screen recording comes in handy when you are making tutorial videos or if you want to record your
gameplay to share with your friends using your Phone.
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Screen recording will end if you make or answer a call.
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If you are making audio recordings on your Phone before screen recording,
is disabled by
default.
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Touching
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during recording will enable or disable the microphone.
Enable microphone: You can record the ambient sounds and the system sounds (system
sounds can be played via the speaker).
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Disable microphone: You are unable to record the ambient sounds, but you can record the
system sounds (system sounds can be played via the speaker).
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Disable microphone and mute the Phone: The screen will be recorded in silence.
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Use shortcut to start recording: Swipe down the notification panel, and then touch
recording the screen. You can turn on or off
to start
based on your needs. To end the recording, touch the
red timer in the upper left corner of the screen.
Use key combination to start recording: Simultaneously press and hold the Power button and the
Volume up button to begin recording. You can turn on or off
based on your needs. To end the
recording, simultaneously press and hold the Power button and the Volume up button again.
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You can view your screen recordings in Gallery.
Take a Screenshot of Your Entire Screen
Use combo key to take screenshot: Simultaneously press and hold the Power button and the
Volume down button to take a screenshot of the full screen.
Use shortcut switch to take screenshot: Swipe down from the status bar and open the shortcuts
panel, then touch
to take a screenshot of the full screen.
Take a Partial Screenshot
Knock the screen with a knuckle and draw an outline around the part of the screen that you want to
capture, making sure that your knuckle does not leave the screen. The screen will display the
movement trajectory of your knuckle and take a screenshot of the selected area. You can touch the
icons at the top of the screen to select preset shapes for your screenshot, then touch
to save the
picture.
After taking the screenshot, touch
or
to edit or share the screenshot. The screenshot will be
saved in Gallery by default.
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Split-screen
Enable Split-Screen Mode
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Some apps may be not able to run properly in this mode.
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The availability and functionality of certain features may vary according to the device model,
due to software and hardware differences.
Use three fingers to enable Split-screen mode: Open an app and swipe up on the screen with
three fingers. Make sure not to swipe up from the very bottom of the screen.
Use the Recent key to enable Split-screen mode: If Three key navigation is enabled, open an
app, then touch and hold
Touch
.
to enable Split-screen mode:
1
If Three key navigation is enabled, touch
to enter the recent tasks screen. If Gestures is
enabled, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and hold to access the recent tasks screen.
2
Touch
on top of an app to enter Split-screen mode.
Intelligent Split-screen: If you receive an SMS message or app notification while watching a video in
full-screen mode, a banner will display, prompting you to split the screen.
Adjust the Screen Display While in Split-Screen Mode
In Split-screen mode, you can switch to full-screen mode, move screen positions, change screen
orientation, and access the home screen.
The availability and functionality of certain features may vary according to the device model, due
to software and hardware differences.
Switch to full-screen mode: In Split-screen mode, touch and hold
or
, then swipe up or
down to switch to full-screen mode.
Swap screen locations: In Split-screen mode, touch
then
to switch the position of the
screens.
Change the orientation of the screen: Swipe down the notification panel. Touch the
switch to
enable automatic screen rotation.
The screen can only be switched to horizontal view when both active apps support horizontal
view.
Access the home screen: In Split-screen mode, touch
on the virtual navigation bar to access
the home screen. If you are using Gestures, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to enter the
home screen.
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Exiting split-screen mode
How to exit split-screen mode.
To exit split-screen mode, touch
and select
.
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Navigation Bar
Configure Your Navigation Bar Layout
Using the navigation bar, you can conveniently access the home screen, return to the previous page,
exit an app, or view recent apps used.
To configure your navigation bar layout, open
Settings, then go to System > System
navigation > Three key navigation > Settings, and select the navigation key combination and
enable or disable Hide navigation keys based on your usage habits.
Back key: Touch to return to the previous page or exit an app. Touch to close the onscreen
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keyboard when inputting text.
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Home key: Touch to return to the home screen.
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Recent key: Touch to open a list of recently used apps. Touch and hold to enable split screen
mode.
Downward swipe notification key: Touch to open the notification panel.
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Use the Recent Key to Manage Background Apps
If you want to quickly switch to a recently used app, you might try using the Recent key. The Recent
key can help you quickly switch between several recently used apps. You can also use it to close your
background apps to increase your Phone's operating speed.
Touch
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. You can view, switch to, close, or lock recently used background apps:
View recently used apps: Recently used apps will be displayed on the screen and you can check
them by swiping left or right.
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Switch to a recently used app: Swipe left or right on the screen to find the app you want to use,
and touch the app tab.
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Close an app: Swipe up on an app tab to close the corresponding app.
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Close all apps: Touch
to close all apps.
Navigate with Gestures
Navigate with gestures to quickly go back to the previous screen, return to the home screen, or view
recent tasks.
Open
Settings, go to System > System navigation, and select Gestures. You can:
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Go back to the previous screen: Swipe inward from the left or right edge of the screen.
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Return to the home screen: Swipe upwards from the bottom of the screen.
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View recent tasks or end a task: Swipe upwards from the bottom of the screen and hold to view
recent tasks. Swipe up on an app preview to close an app, or touch
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to close all apps.
Enable Google Assistant: Touch Settings, and enable Google Assistant. Swipe upwards from
either of the bottom corners of the screen to enable Google Assistant.
Use Shortcut Switches to Quickly Enable Frequently
Used Features
Want to quickly enable or disable mobile data or hotspot? You can enable frequently used features by
using shortcut switches.
Organize shortcuts
Touch and hold to
enter Settings
Touch to enable
this feature
View all shortcuts
Notification Panel and Status Bar
Notification and Status Icons and Descriptions
The icons on the status bar give you a quick overview of the general status of your Phone, including
its network connection, battery level, and any new messages received when your Phone is in Silent
mode.
Status icons: By glancing at the status icons, you can quickly learn the status of your device, such as
its network connection, signal strength, battery level, time, and more.
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The network status icons may vary by regions and service providers.
Signal strength
No signal
4G+ network connected
3G network connected
4G network connected
HSPA network connected
2G network connected
LTE
LTE
LTE network connected
LTE+ network connected
NFC enabled
HSPA+ network connected
Airplane mode enabled
VoLTE available
Wi-Fi network connected
Roaming
Receiving location data from GPS
Bluetooth enabled
Silent mode enabled
Wi-Fi network available
Charging
Vibration mode enabled
Battery level low
Alarms enabled
No SIM card detected
Battery fully charged
Headset plugged in
Power saving mode enabled
Performance mode enabled
Wired or wireless projection in use
Super charging
Quick charging
Eye comfort mode enabled
Do not disturb mode enabled
USB cable connected
Data saving mode enabled
Bluetooth power
Hotspot enabled
Phone Manager reminder
Unstable signal
Select-to-speak enabled
Can't connect a call on current
network
Screen time management enabled
Notification icons: When there is a new message, notification or reminder on your Phone, the
relevant icon will be displayed in the status bar.
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Missed calls
New emails
Downloading data
New voicemails
Events reminder
Uploading data
Synchronizing data
Memory full
Sign-in or synchronization problem
Synchronization failed
VPN connected
More notifications
Open the Notification Panel to Get Important Information
Check the notifications and the operating status of your Phone on the status bar.
When there is a notification reminder, you can turn on the screen and swipe down from the status bar
to view the notification.
Access notification panel when the screen is unlocked: Swipe down from the status bar to open
the notification panel. You can turn on or off shortcut switches, or touch notifications to view the
details.
Disable App Notifications
Open
Settings and touch Notifications. From here you can:
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Block notifications from an app: Select the app, then disable Allow notifications.
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Block notifications from multiple apps: Touch Batch management, then disable All.
To block notifications from an app, you can also swipe down from the status bar to open the
notification panel, touch and hold an app notification, then disable Allow notifications.
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Customize Notification Settings
Customize the notification settings to use your device the way you want.
Open
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Settings, then go to Notifications > More notification settings. From here you can:
Enable Notifications turn on screen: Enable Notifications turn on screen to set the screen to
turn on when notifications are received.
Screen Lock and Unlock
Set a Lock Screen Password to Protect Your Privacy
Your Phone stores a lot of sensitive information, such as personal photos, contact information,
banking apps (for example, Alipay). Set a lock screen password so that a password is required each
time you unlock your Phone. A lock screen password helps to protect your private information if your
Phone is lost or accessed by an unauthorized user.
Set a lock screen password: Open
Settings, go to Privacy > Lock screen password, and set
the type of lock screen password you prefer.
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Set a PIN: A PIN number is a sequence of digits. Entering a PIN to unlock your Phone is quick and
simple. For better security, use a long sequence of random numbers as your PIN. Go to Set lock
screen password, follow the prompts to set up a PIN. Alternatively, touch Change unlock
method, and set 4-digit PIN or Custom PIN.
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Set a pattern: Unlock your Phone by drawing a preset pattern on the screen. For better security,
use a pattern that includes overlapping line segments. Go to Set lock screen password > Change
unlock method > Pattern and draw the same pattern twice. The pattern must connect at least 4
dots.
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Set a password: A password made up of numbers, letters, and special characters is more secure
than a PIN or pattern. For better security, use a password with 8 or more characters that includes
numbers, letters, and special characters. Be sure to memorize the password so that you don't get
locked out of your Phone if you forget it. Go to Set lock screen password > Change unlock
method > Password, follow the prompts to set up a password.
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Unlock your device using a smart band: If your device supports unlocking with a smart band,
the screen will automatically light up when the band comes within 80 cm of your device. Swiping
on the screen of your Phone will instantly unlock the device. Touch Smart unlock, and follow the
onscreen prompts to complete the setup.
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Unlock your device using a fingerprint: If your device supports fingerprint unlock, this is the
recommended unlock method. Using a fingerprint is a secure and quick way to unlock the
device. After setting a lock screen password, touch Enroll in the dialog box that pops up and
follow the onscreen prompts to enroll your fingerprints.
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For security reasons, please do not disable the lock screen password: A lock screen
password prevents unauthorized access to your device. For the security of your device, do not
select Disable lock screen password as the screen lock method.
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Regular password prompts help you to remember your password: If you have not
entered your screen lock password for 3 days, the system will require that you enter the
password to unlock your device.
Lock the Screen to Quickly Secure Your Phone
If you don't use your Phone for a set period of time, the screen will turn off and lock. As long as the
screen stays on, you can use your Phone without needing to unlock the screen. Lock your screen
when you are not using your Phone to protect your privacy and prevent mistaken inputs.
Set a lock screen password to help protect your privacy. You can lock your device in the following
ways:
Lock the screen instantly with the Power button: Press the Power button to lock the screen at
any time.
Lock the screen with one-touch screen lock: Pinch two fingers together on the home screen to
enter the editing screen. Touch Widgets > Screen Lock and add the Screen Lock widget to your
home screen. This helps reduce wear and tear on your power button. After leaving the home screen
editing mode, touch the Screen Lock widget to instantly lock your screen. To lock your screen this
way, first switch to the home screen page where the Screen Lock widget is located.
You can swipe up from the bottom of the Magazine unlock screen to display the Magazine unlock
shortcut panel and use widgets such as recorder, calculator, and flashlight.
Enable Always Display Information
Always display information lets you check a host of information such as the date, time, battery level,
and notifications without ever turning the screen on.
Enable Always display information: Open
Settings, go to Home screen & wallpaper >
Always on display, and toggle on the Always on display switch.
Set schedules for Always display information: You can set your Phone to enable Always display
information during certain time periods each day. When always display information is disabled, open
Settings, go to Home screen & wallpaper > Always on display. Configure the Start time and
End time as needed.
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Home Screen
Go Back to Basics with Simple Mode
Does your home screen look cluttered with app icons and small text? Simple mode maximizes the
system volume and displays larger icons and fonts on the home screen, adopting a more concise
layout which is easy to navigate.
Open
Settings, go to System > Simple mode, and touch Enable.
In Simple mode, you can:
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Edit home screen icons: Touch and hold any icon to drag or uninstall certain non-system apps.
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Exit Simple mode: Touch Settings and select Exit Simple mode.
In Simple mode, go to Settings > More settings > System > Reset > Reset all settings. You
will be directed to the default system home screen and all your settings in Simple mode will be
reset.
Home Screen Management
Manage Home Screen Icons
Move an app icon or folder: On the home screen, touch and hold an app or folder icon until your
Phone vibrates, then drag it to any position on the home screen.
Delete an app icon: On the home screen, touch and hold the icon of the app you want to uninstall
until your Phone vibrates, then touch Uninstall.
To ensure that the system runs normally, some pre-installed system apps cannot be uninstalled.
Lock the home screen layout: Open
Settings, go to Home screen & wallpaper > Home
screen settings, and enable Lock layout.
Create a folder: On the home screen, touch and hold an app icon until your Phone vibrates, then
drag it on top of another app icon. The two icons will be placed in a new folder.
Delete a folder: Open a folder, touch
, deselect all the apps, then touch OK. The folder will be
deleted and all app icons in the folder will be moved to your home screen.
Rename a folder: Open a folder and touch the folder name to enter a new name.
Add or remove app icons from a folder: Open a folder and touch
. Select the apps you wish
to add to the folder, deselect those you wish to remove, then touch OK.
Another way to remove an app icon from a folder is to touch and hold the icon in the folder until
your Phone vibrates, then drag it to an empty space on the home screen.
Manage Your Home Screen
Too many icons on your home screen? You can add a new page to your home screen and customize it
to your liking.
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Home Screen
Pinch in with your fingers on the home screen to enter home screen editing mode. You can do the
following:
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Add a new screen page: Touch
at the left or right side of the screen to add a new screen
page.
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Delete an empty screen page: Touch
to delete the page.
Screen pages with app icons or widgets on them cannot be deleted.
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Modify screen page order: Touch and hold the screen page you want to move, then drag it to the
desired position.
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Set a default home screen page: Touch
in the upper part of the home screen to set the
selected screen page as your default home screen page.
Set Your Home Screen Wallpaper
Tired of default wallpapers? Set a photo you like as your home screen wallpaper to personalize your
home screen.
Open
Settings, and then go to Home screen & wallpaper > Wallpaper. You can:
Set a picture as your home screen wallpaper: Touch Gallery or select a preset wallpaper in your
device, and follow the onscreen instructions to select Lock screen, Home screen or Both.
Set a photo as your wallpaper from Gallery: Have a great photo you want to set as your
wallpaper? In
Gallery, open the photo that you like, go to
> Set as > Wallpaper, and
follow the onscreen instructions to set the photo as your home screen wallpaper.
Manage Your Home Screen Widgets
Want to quickly add widgets such as screen lock, weather, notepad, clock, contacts, or calendar to
your home screen? You can add, move or delete home screen widgets to tidy up your home screen
and ease your usage experience.
Add widgets: Pinch in with your fingers on the home screen to enter home screen editing mode.
Touch Widgets, touch and hold a widget and drag it to an empty area on the home screen, or touch
the widget you want.
Check that there are enough empty spaces on the home screen for the widget. If there is not
enough space, add an empty screen page or free up some space on the current home screen
page.
Delete widgets: Touch and hold a widget on the home screen until your Phone vibrates, and then
select Remove.
Move widgets: Touch and hold a widget on the home screen until your Phone vibrates. Drag the
widget to any position on the screen.
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Home Screen
Use App Drawer to Store Apps
Want to store your apps in one location on your home screen to make your home screen look
cleaner? You can enable app drawer on your home screen to store all your apps and free up space on
your home screen.
Open
Settings, go to Home screen & wallpaper > Home screen style, and select Drawer. If
you want to switch back to a standard home screen, select Standard.
Add an app icon from app drawer to the home screen: After you enable app drawer, touch
on the home screen to enter the app list. From the app list, touch and hold the app icon that
you want to add until your Phone vibrates, and then drag it to the desired position on the home
screen.
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Contacts
Managing Business Cards
Scan Business Cards to Add Them to Contacts
Open
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Contacts, go to Business cards > Scan, and you can:
Scan a single business card: Place the business card on a flat surface and adjust the camera's
focus frame so that the contents on the business card are clearly displayed in the viewfinder, then
touch
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.
Scan multiple business cards: Switch to Multiple mode and follow the onscreen instructions to
capture multiple business cards.
The information on the business cards will be automatically converted into contact information and
saved in Business cards in your Phone.
To view a business card you have saved, open
Contacts, select scanned contacts, then go to
Details > View business card.
Share Contacts Using Electronic Business Cards
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Contacts
Share your business card: Open
Contacts and touch My card to set your profile picture and
enter your name, work address, telephone number, and other information. Then touch
and your
device will automatically generate your QR code business card. You can share your business card
directly using the QR code. Alternatively, touch
, select a sharing method, and follow the
onscreen instructions to share.
Share contacts: Open
Contacts, select the contact you want to share, and touch the QR code
icon in the upper right corner to share the contact using the QR code. You can also touch Share,
select a sharing method, and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the sharing process.
If the other party's device supports QR code analysis, they can directly take pictures of or scan QR
codes to add contacts.
Search Contacts
Open
Contacts. Use any of the following search methods:
For better results, make sure your device is displaying all contacts. From the contacts list screen,
go to
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> Settings > Display preferences and touch All contacts.
Drag the index on the right to quickly scroll through the contacts list.
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In the search bar at the top of the contacts list, enter the contact's name, initials, phone number, or
email address. The search results will be displayed below the search bar. Enter multiple keywords for
your search, such as "John London", to quickly find matching contacts.
Managing Contacts
Import and Export Contacts
When you switch to a new Phone, you'll need to transfer your existing contacts.
Open
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Contacts, go to
> Settings > Import/Export, and then select one of the following:
Import contacts: Select Import from storage, Import via Bluetooth, or Import from SIM and
follow the onscreen instructions.
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Export contacts: Select Export to storage, Share contacts, or Export to SIM and follow the
onscreen instructions. By default, .vcf files exported through Export to storage are saved in the
root directory of your device's internal storage. Open Files to view exported files.
Manage Your Contacts
The Contacts app includes a host of features for managing contacts. Simplify your contacts list by
viewing contacts on your Phone or SIM card only. Favorite contacts to find them easily.
Merge duplicate contacts: Use the Merge duplicate contacts function to merge duplicate
contacts. From the contacts list screen, go to
> Settings > Organize contacts > Merge
duplicate contacts. Select the contacts you want to merge and touch Merge.
Display contacts for different accounts: From the contacts list screen, go to
> Settings >
Display preferences, and select the accounts for which you want to display contacts. You can also:
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Enable Simple view: Go to
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View contact storage space: Go to
> Settings > Display preferences, and enable Simple view.
> Settings > Display preferences. The Accounts area
displays the total and available storage space on your SIM card.
Delete contacts: From the contacts list screen, touch and hold the entry you want to delete, then
touch Delete. To delete contacts in batches, go to
> Settings > Organize contacts > Delete
multiple contacts, select the entries you want to delete, then touch
.
Manage Contact Groups
Want to send a message to a group of colleagues or host a get-together? Smart groups automatically
groups your contacts by company, city, and most recent contact time, so you can quickly send a group
email or message.
Create a contact group: From the groups list, touch
, enter the group name (such as Family or
Friends), and then touch OK. Follow the onscreen instructions to add contacts, and then touch
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Send a message to smart group contacts: From the groups list, from the Smart groups section,
open a group and touch
to send a message or
to send an email.
Edit a group: From the groups list, select the group you want to edit and touch
contact, or touch
to add a
for Remove members, Group ringtone, Delete group or Rename.
Delete a group: From the groups list, touch and hold a group, and then touch Delete.
Add Contacts to the Blocklist or Trustlist
Add contacts to the blocklist to avoid receiving nuisance or spam calls. Add contacts to the trustlist to
receive calls only from numbers on this list.
To add a contact to the blocklist, open
Contacts, touch the contact, then go to
> Block
contact. All calls and messages from this contact will be blocked.
You can also add contacts to the blocklist in Phone Manager. Go to Blocked >
touch
> Blocklist,
, and add the contacts you want to block.
To add contacts to the trustlist, open Phone Manager, go to Blocked >
> Trustlist, touch
,
and add the desired contacts.
When Block all incoming calls is enabled, all calls, including those from the trustlist, will be
blocked.
View contacts in the blocklist: Open
View contacts in the trustlist: Open
Phone Manager, and go to Blocked >
Phone Manager, and go to Blocked >
Remove a contact from the blocklist: Open
from the blocklist, then go to
> Blocklist.
> Trustlist.
Contacts, touch the contact you want to remove
> Remove from blocklist.
You can also remove a contact from the blocklist in Phone Manager. Go to Blocked >
>
Blocklist, then touch and hold the desired contact to remove it.
Remove a contact from the trustlist: Open Phone Manager, go to Blocked >
> Trustlist,
then touch and hold the desired contact to remove it.
Erase Call and Message Records
Use Erase traces to erase call and message records for a contact to protect your privacy.
Open
Contacts, select a contact with a call record, and go to
> Erase traces > Erase. After
that, all of your call and message records for that contact will be erased.
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Merging Third-party App Contacts
Link Contact Information with Social Media Accounts
Use third-party social media apps (such as LinkedIn) to find out more information about your contacts.
Link with LinkedIn accounts: Open
Contacts, go to
> Settings > Link LinkedIn account
and follow the onscreen instructions to log in to your LinkedIn account. Once logged in, the contact
information in your Phone will be updated. To sync all LinkedIn contact information, from the LinkedIn
settings screen in Contacts, go to Sync LinkedIn contacts > All LinkedIn contacts, and select
Sync or Auto-update LinkedIn.
View contact information provided by LinkedIn: Open a LinkedIn contact and touch View
LinkedIn profile online.
Unlink a LinkedIn contact: Open
Contacts, go to
> Settings > LinkedIn, and select
Disassociate.
View a Sender's Job Description
If you've just started a new job, you'll need to quickly figure out what all of your new colleagues do.
You can associate a social media account (such as LinkedIn) with your email contacts. The job
information of email senders will then be displayed on the email details screen.
From the
Email inbox, open an email you have received. Go to email details, then touch the
sender's profile picture and select View LinkedIn profile.
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Dialing
Basic Calling Functions
Make Calls
On the dialer screen of your Phone, enter part of the phone number, the first letter of the contact's
name, or the contact's initials to find a contact.
Open
Phone. From the dialer screen, enter the phone number, the first letter of the contact's
name, or the contact's initials (for example, enter "jl" for John Lucas) to find a contact. Touch the
contact you want to call from the list. If you are using a dual-SIM device, touch
1
or
2
to make
to hang up.
the call. Touch
You will be prompted to paste recently copied phone numbers when you enter the dialer screen.
Press the Power button to hang up: If a number has been dialed accidentally and the call screen is
hidden, you can still hang up quickly. The Power button ends call feature hangs up the call when
the Power button is pressed. On the Phone screen, go to
> Settings > More, and enable Power
button ends call.
Make Emergency Calls
In an emergency situation, if your Phone is powered on and in service, emergency calls can be made
even if the screen is locked or there is no reception.
The emergency call feature is subject to local regulations and your Internet service provider.
Network or environmental factors may affect emergency call performance. In emergency
situations, do not rely on your Phone as your only method of communication.
Open
Phone or touch Emergency on the lock screen, enter a local emergency number, and
touch
. Strong mobile reception and an Internet connection with location services enabled will
allow your location to be displayed on your Phone for reference.
Enable Call Waiting to Never Miss Important Third-Party Calls
Receiving an incoming call while you're already on a call? Call waiting allows you to answer the new
call and then switch between the two calls.
Some carriers may not support this feature.
Open
Phone, go to
call, touch
> Settings > More, and enable Call waiting. When receiving another
to answer the call and place your first call on hold. Touch
or the call on hold in
the call list to switch between calls.
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Enable Call Forwarding and Never Miss a Call
If you are unavailable to answer calls, you can set your device to forward calls to another number.
Some carriers may not support this feature.
Open
Phone, and go to
> Settings > Call forwarding. If you have a dual-SIM device, in the
SIM 1 or SIM 2 section, touch Call forwarding and select a forwarding method. Enter the number
you want to forward your calls to, then confirm. When call forwarding is enabled, your device will
automatically forward eligible calls to the preset number.
Delete Call Logs
You can delete call logs that you no longer need.
Open
Phone and touch
to hide the dialpad. You can now perform one of the following:
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Delete a single record: Touch and hold an entry, then touch Delete entry.
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Delete multiple records: Go to
delete or Select all, then touch
> Delete multiple entries, select the entries you want to
.
Set Up Video Ringtones
If you are bored with traditional incoming call ringtones, you can set a video as your call ringtone.
Open
Phone, go to
> Settings > Ringtone, touch Video ringtones, and select a video.
Use International Roaming
When you travel abroad for work or a holiday, you can make calls when your Phone is roaming
without having to dial the country code.
1
Contact your mobile carrier to enable the international toll or international roaming service.
2
Open
Phone or
Contacts to make a call.
Make Calls While Using the Internet with VoLTE
VoLTE (Voice over LTE) calls not only allow you to access the Internet while making voice or video
calls, but also bring you shorter waiting times, clearer sound quality, and more flowing conversations.
Use VoLTE on a 5G network
1
Contact your carrier to enable the 5G and VoLTE services.
2
Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile network. For the default SIM, enable 5G.
Go to
For the other SIM, enable 4G and VoLTE HD calls.
When two SIM cards are inserted, only the default SIM card will support 5G service. The other
card will only support 4G/3G/2G service.
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Use VoLTE on a 4G network
1
Contact your carrier to enable the 4G and VoLTE services.
2
Go to
Settings > Wireless & networks > Mobile network, then enable 4G and VoLTE HD
calls for SIM 1 and SIM 2 as required.
The 4G switch may be unavailable for your device due to your carrier's settings. This indicates
that the 4G network is enabled by default.
Make a VoLTE video call
1
Ensure that both devices support the VoLTE service and have it enabled.
2
If a 5G network is connected, enable 5G. If a 4G network is connected, enable 4G and VoLTE HD
calls.
3
Select the contact you want to call and touch
during a voice call to switch to a video call.
to make a video call. You can also touch
Use VoWi-Fi for a New Calling Experience
You can use VoWi-Fi to make voice and video calls in any location that has a Wi-Fi network, even
when there is no mobile network reception.
This feature must be supported by your carrier. Contact your carrier for more information,
including fees and charges.
Open
Phone, go to
> Settings > Wi-Fi calling, enable Wi-Fi calling. Touch Mode and
follow the onscreen instructions to set the preferred network.
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Message
Basic Messaging Functions
Send Messages
Text messages give you a quick and easy way to communicate with friends, family and colleagues. In
addition to text, you can also add emojis or insert pictures and audio files to enrich your messages.
Messages. From the Messaging list screen, touch
Send a message: Open
contacts or groups. Enter your message content, touch
and select
to add other types of content, and touch
to send the message.
Save a draft message: Touch
Back key to save a message as a draft.
Manage Messages
The Messaging app makes it easy to stay on top of your messages.
Open
Messages. In the list of message threads, touch a contact name or phone number to view
the conversation thread.
Reply to messages: Enter the message content in the text box and touch
.
Archive a message: Worried about accidentally deleting an important message? Touch and hold a
message and then touch
to archive the message.
Delete a message: Tired of the clutter created by too many messages? Delete unneeded
conversations or messages to clean up your Messaging list. To delete conversations or messages,
touch and hold the conversations or messages to enter the editing screen, select the conversation or
message, and touch
. Deleted messages cannot be recovered.
Search messages: Want to find a message quickly? From the Messaging list screen, enter the
keywords in the search bar and the relevant results will be displayed beneath the search bar.
Block a contact: Want to stop someone from sending you spam messages? Touch and hold a
message and then touch
to block the contact.
Block Spam Messages
Tired of receiving spam messages? Enable message blocking and say goodbye to spam messages!
Open
Messages.
Use the harassment filter to perform the following:
Block messages: Touch and hold a message and touch
to block messages and calls from that
number.
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Unblock messages: Touch
and touch Blocked contacts. Touch
at the end of the phone
number to unblock the number.
Set MMS Message Automatic Download Rules
Set MMS message automatic download rules to prevent costly mobile data usage.
Open
Messages and touch
. Go to Settings > Advanced.
From here you can configure the following:
Whether to retrieve MMS messages automatically: Disable Auto-download MMS to prevent
your device from automatically downloading MMS messages.
Whether to retrieve MMS messages automatically when roaming: Disable Auto-download
MMS when roaming to prevent your device from automatically downloading MMS messages in
roaming mode.
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Camera
Basic Camera Functions
Basic Camera Features
Learn about the basic features of your camera to take better photos.
The availability and functionality of certain features may vary according to the device model, due
to software and hardware differences.
Open
Camera. In the viewfinder, touch
Select a camera mode: Open
or press a Volume button to take a photo.
Camera and choose a pre-installed camera mode at the bottom
of the screen.
Adjust the focal length: In the viewfinder, spread two fingers to zoom in or pinch two fingers to
zoom out. If the zoom range exceeds the optical zoom limit, the photo quality will decrease. When
zooming in or out, a zoom slider will appear on the side of the screen. You can slide it up or down to
zoom your camera in or out.
Adjust the exposure: Your camera will adjust the exposure automatically depending on the ambient
light level. The longer the exposure, the brighter the picture. To manually adjust the exposure, touch
the viewfinder screen and drag the
icon up or down.
Turn the flash on or off: When taking photos in a dark environment, turn the flash on to increase
the ambient brightness. In the viewfinder, touch
to select one of the following flash modes:
Auto: The camera automatically determines whether to turn the flash on or off according to
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the ambient light.
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Off: The flash is turned off.
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On: The flash is turned on.
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Always on: The flash is always turned on.
Enable or disable Master AI: In the viewfinder, touch
, then enable or disable Master AI.
Enable or disable Filter in Photo mode:
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When shooting with the rear camera: Touch
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When shooting with the front camera: Touch
Touch
or
or
and select a filter.
and select a filter.
, and drag the slider to adjust the filter effect. The larger the value, the more obvious the
effect.
For some models, the filter feature is located under More > Filter.
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Enable or disable HDR: When using the front camera in Photo, Portrait, or Video mode, touch
at the top of the screen to enable AI HDR to refine details in both the well-lit and poorly-lit areas
of the photo.
Record Videos with Your Camera
The availability and functionality of certain features may vary according to the device model, due
to software and hardware differences.
Go to
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Camera > Video, then touch
to record a video.
To set the video resolution, from the Video screen, go to
> Resolution and select a
resolution.
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Stabilizer is supported during video recording at any resolution.
Take a picture while recording: Touch
.
Zoom in or out: Touch and hold the viewfinder screen with two fingers, then spread your fingers to
zoom in or pinch them to zoom out. When zooming in or out, a zoom slider will appear. Slide it up or
down to zoom your camera in or out.
Keep the flash on while filming: When recording a video in dim light, touch
, and select
to keep the flash on.
Shoot an AI video: Use the AI movie mode to add a film filter to the video. Touch
, and select
effects such as AI color or Background blur to film an AI video.
During recording, touch
to take a photo with AI film effects.
Add a watermark to a video: On the Video screen, touch
, and enable Add watermarks.
Adjust Camera Settings
Open
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Camera and touch
to access the Settings screen. From here you can:
Adjust the camera resolution: Touch Resolution and select the desired resolution.
This feature is not available in some modes.
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Enable Location tag: Enable GPS tag to tag your location in photos.
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Add watermarks: Enable Add watermarks to allow your Phone to automatically add a
watermark to photos and videos.
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Disable shutter sound: Enable Mute.
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Capture smiles: Enable Capture smiles. The camera will take a photo automatically when it
detects a smile in the viewfinder.
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Save RAW format pictures: RAW format records more detail and allows you to perform postprocessing. In Pro mode, go to
> Resolution to enable RAW format. Now when you take a
photo, it will be saved in RAW and standard format, and stored in a special folder in Gallery.
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RAW format pictures take up more storage space than standard format pictures.
Use an Assistive Grid to Compose Your Photos
Avoid skewed and off-center photos. Use your camera's assistive grid feature to help you line up the
perfect shot.
Open
Camera, touch
to enter the Settings screen, and enable Assistive grid. Grid lines will
now appear when you take photos. The four intersecting points on the grid are the focus areas of the
picture. Place the subject of your photo on one of the intersecting points to achieve a good
composition.
Get Closer with Super Macro
Open
Camera to display the viewfinder screen. Gradually move your camera close to the subject
under Photo mode while holding your device steady. When your camera is close enough, it will
automatically trigger Super macro mode.
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For your camera to automatically trigger Super macro mode, touch
to enable Master AI.
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Keep a distance of 2.5–8.0 cm (about 1.0–3.15 in.) from the subject.
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You can also manually enable Super macro by adjusting the camera zoom to a level below 1x
or by going to Camera > More > Super macro.
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Use Wide Angle to Take Photos
Fit a tall building into a photo even when shooting near it with wide angle.
Open
Camera and point your camera at a building. Wide mode will be automatically enabled to
fit more of the image into your photo.
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Before using Wide mode, touch
to enable Master AI.
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Touch the zoom box on the right side of the viewfinder and select Wide at the bottom, or
spread and pinch your fingers on the screen to adjust the zoom level. The smaller the zoom
level, the more you can fit into the viewfinder.
Master AI: Intelligent Scene Identification
Master AI can automatically identify the scene you are taking a photo of and adjust the color and
brightness of the photo for you, so you don't have to re-adjust your camera settings each time for the
perfect shot.
Master AI is a preset camera feature on your device that intelligently identifies the scene you are
taking a photo of and automatically adjusts the color and brightness of the photo to help you achieve
better results.
Master AI provides you with the following features:
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Intelligently identifies scenes and improves photo effects: Master AI supports a wide variety
of scenes, including stages, beaches, blue skies, greenery, and text. After smart identification,
Master AI automatically adjusts the color and brightness of the camera and recommends an
optimal mode to improve photo effects.
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Automatically configures and adjusts camera settings: Once enabled, Master AI will
intelligently identify scenes when you are taking photos, and adjust the color and brightness for you
so you don't have to manually re-adjust the settings each time.
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Master AI is only available when you take photos using the rear camera.
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The
icon will display at the top of the screen when Master AI is available.
Use Portrait Mode to Shoot Like a Pro
Go to
Camera > Portrait, adjust the following settings, then touch
Blur and lighting effects: Touch the
to take a portrait.
icon in the viewfinder and select a blur or lighting effect.
A light source (such as a neon or street light) in a relatively well-lit background will contribute to
better results. Taking photos at long distance will reduce the effect.
Beauty effect:
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Shoot using the rear camera: Touch
in the viewfinder and drag the slider to adjust beauty
settings. A larger value will produce a more distinct beauty effect.
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Shoot using the front camera: Touch
in the viewfinder and drag the slider to adjust beauty
settings. A larger value will produce a more distinct beauty effect. You can also touch HDR at the
top of the screen to enable AI HDR to refine details in both the well-lit and poorly-lit areas of the
photo.
To disable the beauty effect, touch
in the viewfinder and drag the slider to the lowest level.
Use AR lens to Shoot Interesting Photos
Use AR lens to make your photos fun and stand out.
Go to
Camera > More > AR lens.
There are several effects to choose from to make your photos stand out:
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3D Qmoji: Touch 3D Qmoji, and select an animated Qmoji. The Qmoji will then mimic and act out
your facial expressions and actions accordingly. Touch
hold
to record, or touch
GIF
, then touch and
to create your own personalized Qmoji.
Use Wide Aperture Mode to Highlight Your Shooting
Subjects
Wide aperture mode produces photographs with a shallow depth of field. This creates a blurred
background that lends greater emphasis to the photo's subject.
Take a wide aperture photo: Go to
select a focal point, and then touch
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Camera > Aperture. When shooting, touch the screen to
to take the photo.
For optimal results, ensure that the subject is positioned no more than 2 m away from the
camera.
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Touch
and swipe left or right on the slider to adjust the aperture level. The smaller the
aperture value, the more blurred the background will appear.
Panorama
Use Panorama Mode to Take Panoramic Selfies
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Open
2
Go to More > Panorama.
Camera and touch
to switch to the front-facing camera.
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Hold your Phone steady and touch
4
Follow the onscreen instructions and pan your Phone horizontally until the blue frame overlaps
with the square screen frame. Your camera will automatically take another picture.
5
Follow the onscreen instructions again and pan your Phone in the opposite direction until the blue
frame overlaps with the square screen frame. Your camera will automatically take the last picture.
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Once complete, the camera will automatically combine the three pictures into a panoramic selfie.
to take the first picture.
Use Panorama Mode to Take Panoramic Photos
Panoramas provide a wider viewing angle than ordinary photos, letting you take sweeping landscape
shots.
To capture a panorama shot, the camera takes multiple photos of objects within our visual field and
stitches them together into a single photo.
When taking a panorama, find a wide, open space that is some distance away from the subject
and try to avoid backgrounds that are all in one color.
1
Go to
2
Touch
3
Hold your Phone steady, and then touch
to start shooting. Slowly move the Phone in the
direction indicated, holding the device steady and ensuring that the arrow stays level with the
center line.
4
when you are finished. The camera will automatically stitch the photos together to
Touch
create a panorama.
Camera > More > Panorama.
at the bottom of the screen to configure the shooting direction.
Pro Mode
Use Pro Mode to Take Scenic Photos
Go to
Camera > Pro.
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Adjust metering based on the subject of the shot: On the Pro mode screen, touch
and
select a metering mode accordingly.
Metering Mode
Application Scenario
Matrix
The subjects are broad landscapes and seas.
Center
The subject is in the center and stands out from the background.
Spot
The subject to be highlighted is relatively small, such as a flower or
a tree.
Adjust brightness based on the shooting environment:
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Adjust ISO: On the Pro mode screen, touch
and adjust the slider.
To avoid excessive image noise, an ISO value below 400 is recommended. The recommended
ISO value for the daytime is between 100 to 200, but may exceed 400 for some night scenes.
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Adjust shutter speed: On the Pro mode screen, touch
(shutter speed) and adjust the slider.
The recommended shutter speed for static scenes (such as mountains) is between 1/80 and
1/125 of a second. For moving scenes (such as waves), select a relatively fast shutter speed and
use a tripod for best results.
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Adjust EV compensation: On the Pro mode screen, touch &7 and adjust the slider.
Adjust AWB: On the Pro mode screen, touch
"8#
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When shooting in bright sunlight, select
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Touch
and adjust the slider.
. In low light environments, select
.
to adjust the color temperature. If you want to give your photo a warm, cozy,
nostalgic tone, increase the K value. For a cool, calm, or futuristic tone, reduce the K value.
Select Focus mode based on the subject of the shot: On the Pro mode screen, touch "' and
adjust the slider.
Focus Mode
Application Scenario
AF-S mode
Static scenes (such as mountains)
AF-C mode
Moving scenes (such as flowing water and waves)
MF mode
Protruding objects (such as a close-up of a flower)
Keep your device steady when shooting: On the Pro mode screen, touch
and enable
Horizontal level. A horizontal guiding line will appear on the viewfinder. If a dotted line appears, the
camera is not yet parallel with the horizontal level. When the dotted line overlaps with the solid line,
the camera is now parallel with the horizontal level.
Save RAW format pictures: Go to
> Resolution, and enable RAW format. After this feature is
enabled, pictures taken in Pro mode will be saved in both RAW and standard JPG formats.
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In Pro mode, changing a specific setting will sometimes cause other settings to change as well.
Adjust them according to your actual requirements.
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The recommended settings above are for reference only. Adjust them according to actual usage
conditions to achieve your desired effect.
Use Pro Mode to Shoot Portraits
Go to
Camera > Pro.
Select a Metering mode:
or
mode is recommended for taking portraits. Place your
shooting subject (for example, a person's face) in the center of the viewfinder.
Adjust brightness based on the shooting environment:
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Adjust ISO: To avoid excessive image noise, it is recommended that you adjust the ISO to a low
level when shooting portraits. You may adjust the ISO based on the actual shooting environment.
Recommended ISO
Shooting Environment
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Outdoors
Between 100 and 200
Indoors
Around 400
Night scenes
Between 400 and 800
Adjust shutter speed: Reduce the shutter speed in low light conditions, and increase it in bright
light conditions. The recommended shutter speed for static portraits is between 1/80 and 1/125 of a
second. To shoot moving subjects, select a shutter speed at or above 1/125 of a second.
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Adjust EV compensation: Increase the EV compensation in low light conditions, and decrease it in
bright light conditions.
Adjust AWB: Select AWB depending on the lighting conditions. When shooting in bright sunlight,
select
. In low light environments, select
.
Adjust focus: To better highlight a subject, use manual focus (MF) when shooting portraits. In the
viewfinder, touch to focus on the part you want to highlight (the subject's face, for example).
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In Pro mode, changing a specific setting will sometimes cause other settings to change as well.
Adjust them according to your actual requirements.
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The recommended settings above are for reference only. Adjust them according to actual usage
conditions to achieve your desired effect.
Take Black and White Photos
The world is an amazingly colorful place. But sometimes too many colors can be distracting.
Monochrome mode filters out color, helping to bring out light and shadows, and give photos more
mood and atmosphere.
Open
Camera > More > Monochrome, and then touch
to take photos in black and white.
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Light Painting Mode
Light Painting: Shoot Light Trails
Light painting mode automatically sets a slow shutter speed to take long-exposure shots of light trails.
This mode produces stunning photos that have an ethereal quality.
Light painting mode offers four creative shooting modes for different subjects and light conditions:
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Traffic trails: Captures light trails created by cars at night.
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Light graffiti: Captures trails created by a moving light source in low-light conditions.
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Silky water: Captures silky-smooth photos of waterfalls and flowing water.
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Star trails: Captures stunning photos of star trails in the night sky.
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Use Tail Light Trails to Capture the Lights of the City
Tail light trails lets you create artistic photos of car tail lights at night.
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Shoot from a distance and slightly above your subject for best results. Ensure that car
headlights do not point directly at the camera, as this can overexpose the image.
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Open
touch
Place your device on a tripod or solid surface so that it does not move during the exposure.
Camera > More > Light painting > Traffic trails. Hold your Phone steady, and then
to start shooting. A preview of the image is displayed in the viewfinder. Touch
when
you are finished.
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Use Light Graffiti to Create Light Patterns
Light graffiti lets you create patterns or write words by moving a light source in front of the camera.
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Find a dark location away from other light sources and ensure that the subject's silhouette is
not visible. Choose a suitably bright light source of an appropriate color, such as a small torch
or glow stick.
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Open
touch
Place your device on a tripod or solid surface so that it does not move during the exposure.
Camera > More > Light painting > Light graffiti. Hold your Phone steady, and then
to start shooting. A preview of the image is displayed in the viewfinder. Touch
when
you are finished.
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Capture Rivers and Waterfalls with Silky Water
The Silky water feature lets you capture silky smooth photos of waterfalls and rivers.
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This feature works best with a stream or waterfall with lots of water.
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Place your device on a tripod or solid surface so that it does not move during the exposure.
Go to
Camera > More > Light painting > Silky water. Hold your Phone steady, then touch
to start shooting. A preview of the image will be displayed in the viewfinder. Touch
when
you are finished.
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Use Star Track to Capture the Beauty of Stars
Star track allows you to capture the movement of stars in the night sky.
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For best results, choose a clear night in a location free of light pollution with an unobstructed
view of the sky.
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Go to
Place your device on a tripod or solid surface so that it does not move during the exposure.
Camera > More > Light painting > Star trails. Hold your Phone steady, then touch
to start shooting. A preview of the image will be displayed in the viewfinder. Touch
when you
are finished.
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More Capture Modes
Use Time-Lapse to Create a Short Video
Use Time-lapse mode to capture images over a long period of time and condense them into a short
video. Capture and watch nature in its entirety: blooming flowers, drifting clouds, or even star trails
against the night sky.
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Recording a time-lapse video continuously for long period of time may consume battery power
and use up storage space.
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Place your device on a tripod or flat surface to keep it steady while recording.
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Before you start, ensure that the scene is well lit and the camera is in focus. Position the
camera carefully to fit relevant background objects as much as possible.
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Go to
2
Touch
3
You can then go to Gallery to play your time-lapse video.
For best and optimal result, the recording and playback speeds are automatically adjusted by
Camera > More > Time-lapse, and touch
to start recording a time-lapse video.
to finish recording.
the system.
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Custom Shooting Modes
Want to discover new ways of using your camera besides the preset functions? You can download or
delete shooting modes based on your needs.
Download more shooting modes: Open
Camera > More > Download. Select the shooting
modes to download, and touch ADD.
Update shooting modes: To update shooting modes, go to the More screen. The shooting modes
with available updates will have red dots next to them. You can follow the onscreen prompts to
update them.
Delete shooting modes: Go to More >
, and touch
to delete unneeded shooting modes.
To ensure that Camera works normally, preset shooting modes cannot be deleted.
Take Moving Pictures
Make your photos more dynamic and fun by taking moving pictures to prolong life's wonderful
moments.
With moving pictures, you can record a scene approximately one second before and after pressing the
shutter button. When browsing photos in Gallery, view the static picture taken or play a dynamic
moving picture effect and sound.
Take moving pictures: Open
Camera, go to More > Moving picture, then touch
to take
a moving picture.
View moving pictures: Moving pictures will be saved to Gallery in JPG format. Go to
Albums > Camera, touch pictures with the
icon, and touch
Gallery >
on the top of the picture to
view a dynamic effect. The moving picture automatically stops after a complete playback. You can
also touch the screen to stop the playback.
Share moving pictures: Go to
want to share, then touch
Gallery > Albums > Camera, touch the moving picture you
to select a sharing method.
Moving pictures can be shared directly through Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Huawei Share, and more. The
receiving device must be a Huawei device that supports the capture of moving pictures in order to
play the moving picture effect. When you share moving pictures to third-party apps or
incompatible devices, moving pictures will be displayed as static images.
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Gallery
Highlights
Highlights: Bring Your Memories to Life
Highlights creates albums of your best photos and videos based on time and location information and
generates a short video clip so you can instantly relive the good times. You can edit Highlights albums
and share the video clips with your friends.
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To start using Highlights, open Camera, touch
, and enable GPS tag.
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Check that your Phone is connected to the Internet.
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Highlights albums are created automatically when your Phone is charging, the screen is turned
off, and the battery is at least 50% charged. This process may take some time. Highlights
albums will not be created if there are fewer than 10 photos or videos in Gallery.
Use Highlights to do the following:
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Automatically create scenario-based albums: Highlights creates albums based on different
scenarios during a certain period of time or at a certain location (such as a birthday party or
graduation ceremony). You will be notified when a new Highlights album is ready.
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Remind you of great moments: Get reminded of Highlights albums created during the same time
one year ago, or at the same location that you are visiting again.
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Edit a Highlights album: Rename an album, add or remove photos, and edit the background
music or animations for the video clip. Save and share the clip with your friends.
Customize Highlights Albums
Highlights creates albums based on time and location information and generates a short video clip so
you can instantly relive the good times. You can make a custom Highlights album by choosing your
favorite photos and videos, then selecting a video template and the background music.
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To start using Highlights, open Camera, touch
, and enable GPS tag.
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Check that your Phone is connected to the Internet.
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Highlights albums are created automatically when your Phone is charging, the screen is turned
off, and the battery is at least 50% charged. This process may take some time. Highlights
albums will not be created if there are fewer than 10 photos or videos in Gallery.
Open
Gallery. From the Highlights tab, touch the Highlights album you want to view or edit.
Now you can do any of the following:
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Play or edit Highlights: Touch
to play the video. During playback, touch the video to select a
preset template at the bottom of the screen. To customize even more, like changing the background
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music or filters, touch
at the top of the screen. Touch
to save and
to export. Share
what you've created with your friends.
Exported Highlights clips are saved under Gallery > Albums > Videos.
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Add or delete photos and videos from Highlights: To add a photo or video, touch
photo or video, then touch
. To delete, touch and hold a photo or video, touch
, select a
, then
touch Move.
Only videos in MP4 format can be added to Highlights.
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Share photos and videos from Highlights: Touch and hold any photo or video in the album,
touch
, select a sharing method, and follow the steps to complete the process.
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Rename the album: Go to
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Delete the album: Go to
> Rename to enter a new name.
> Delete, then touch Delete.
Photo Management
Photo Recognition Helps You Sort Photos Intelligently
Is sorting your photos taking too long? Are you having a hard time finding the photo you're looking
for? Photo recognition can automatically sort your photos into categories such as portraits, locations,
scenery, and food in Gallery, so you can quickly find what you're looking for.
Sort photos intelligently: Gallery will automatically sort the photos you take into categories such as
portraits, locations, scenery, and food, so you can quickly find what you're looking for.
Customize photo aggregation: After Gallery automatically aggregates different portrait albums for
you, you can manually change the album names of portraits and set the relationship (for example,
"Baby" and "Mom"). After the setting is complete, you can view different photo albums by name. You
can also search for a photo by searching for the name and relationship in the Gallery search bar.
Aggregate group photos into albums: After Gallery intelligently identifies the categories, you can
name the generated albums. If there are more than 10 group photos, Gallery will cluster them and
generate a group photo album.
Edit Videos
Crop a video: Open
Gallery, select the video you want to edit, and touch
to enter the video
editing screen. You can drag the slider in the crop area to select the segment you want to keep, and
touch
to finish cropping the video.
Adjust the video resolution: As you drag the slider to select the video segment you want to keep,
you can touch
to preview the cropped video. You can also touch the video resolution options on
the editing screen to adjust the video resolution.
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The higher the resolution, the clearer the video, but also the greater the storage space required.
Choose according to your needs.
Adjust Slow Motion Video Playback
Open
Gallery, select the recorded slow motion video, and touch
to play. Touch the screen
and drag the slider in the edit area to select the segment you want to play in slow motion.
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Videos shot in
;
mode cannot be edited.
Edit Photos
Crop, rotate, and apply a variety of effects (such as graffiti, custom watermarks, and filters) to your
photos in Gallery.
Open
Gallery, select the photo you want to edit, then touch
. Edit the photo in the following
ways:
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Rotate: Touch
and drag the angle wheel to the desired orientation. You can also touch Rotate
to rotate your photo 90 degrees or touch Mirror to flip it.
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Crop: Touch
and drag the grid or its corners to make your selection. You can also select a fixed
ratio and drag the corners of the grid to crop the photo.
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Add filter effects: Touch
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Color splash: Touch
to select a filter.
to select the colors you want to highlight. Other parts of the photo will
be black and white.
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Blur: Touch
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Adjust photo effects: Touch
, select a blur mode, and drag the slider to adjust the blurriness.
to adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation, and other qualities
of a photo.
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Beautify a portrait: Beauty is provided for portraits. Touch
to apply features such as
Smooth, Blemish, Thin face, and Enhance eyes to make a portrait more attractive.
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Pixelate: Touch
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Graffiti: Touch
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Add watermarks: Touch
to select a mosaic style and size to censor parts of a photo.
to select a brush and color to add graffiti.
to select a watermark (such as Time, Location, Weather, or
Mood).
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Add a text element: Touch
to select an element style and font format.
Browse and Share Photos or Videos
All photos and videos are stored in Gallery and can be viewed by time, location, or album.
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View photos in full screen: Open
Gallery and touch a photo to view it in full screen mode.
Touch the screen again to hide the menu. In full screen mode, you can:
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View basic information about a photo or video: Swipe up on a photo or video to view basic
information.
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Zoom in and out: Spread or pinch together two fingers on the screen to zoom in and out. If a
photo has a higher resolution than that of the screen, you can zoom in using two fingers. Once you
take your fingers off the screen, the photo can only be enlarged up to twice its original size.
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View shooting settings: Touch
and scroll down to view details about the photo in the pop-
up box, including ISO (sensitivity), EV (exposure compensation), and resolution.
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Rename the photo: Touch
> Rename to enter a new name.
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Set the photo as a home screen wallpaper or contact picture: Go to
> Set as, then select
Wallpaper or Contact photo.
Share a photo or video: Open
Gallery. On the Photos tab, touch and hold any item to access
the selection screen. Select the items you want to share, touch
, then select a sharing method,
and follow the steps to complete the process.
Switch between daily and monthly views: On the Photos tab, separate or pinch together two
fingers on the screen to view photos by day or by month.
View by shooting location: Photos or videos taken while GPS tag is enabled (in Camera settings)
can be viewed in Map view. On the Photos tab, touch
. Photos or videos containing location
information will be marked on the map. Separate two fingers on the screen to zoom in on the map
and view details about the shooting location. Touch a photo thumbnail to view all the photos and
videos taken at that location.
View by album: You can view photos and videos by album. Some photos and videos are stored in
default albums. For example, videos recorded with the camera are saved in the Videos album.
Screenshots and screen recordings are saved in the Screenshots album.
Organize Albums
Add an album: From the Albums tab, touch Add album, name the album, then touch OK. Select
the photos or videos you want to add.
Move photos and videos: Open an album, touch and hold a photo or video you want to move until
is displayed, then select all the photos and videos that you want to move. Touch
to select
the desired album. Once the items are moved, they will no longer be in their original albums.
Add photos and videos to favorites: Open a photo or video, then touch
in both its original album and the My favourites album, and will have a
. The item will appear
icon on its thumbnail.
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Delete photos and videos: Touch and hold a photo or album until the
items you want to delete, then go to
icon appears. Select the
> Delete. Deleted photos and videos will be temporarily
moved to the Recently deleted album before being permanently deleted. Days remaining before
deletion are marked on the photos. To permanently delete a photo or video manually, touch and hold
its thumbnail in the Recently deleted album, then go to
> Delete.
Recover deleted photos and videos: In the Recently deleted album, touch and hold a photo or
video until the
icon appears. Select the items you want to recover and touch
to restore
them to their original albums. If the original album has been deleted, a new one will be created.
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Phone Manager
Use Optimize
Have you noticed that your Phone has slowed down recently? Do you worry that it might be
vulnerable to malware and other security threats? Use Optimize to make your Phone run smoother
and protect it from security threats.
Open
Phone Manager, and touch OPTIMIZE. Your Phone will automatically optimize its overall
performance, security, battery performance, and device management. You can also customize the
optimization options. The system will recommend that you use Optimize. This will help you increase
running speed, check for security risks, optimize power consumption, and monitor and block
unknown phone numbers and harassment calls.
Manage Mobile Data Usage
Manage mobile data usage to avoid incurring extra charges.
Open
Phone Manager and touch Data usage to view data usage statistics or enable Smart
data saver.
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Data usage this month: Check the data usage ranking of apps.
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Network access: Manage Internet access permissions for each app.
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Smart data saver: Enable the data saver and select the apps that are allowed to use mobile data
while running in the background.
Enable Smart Power Saving
Open
Phone Manager, touch
, then touch Optimize battery usage. The system will analyze
your current battery usage and suggest ways that you can optimize it. You can also select other
power saving modes:
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Power saving mode: Enable Power saving mode, and then the
icon will be displayed in the
status bar. This mode reduces power consumption by limiting background app activity, visual
effects, and sounds.
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Ultra power saving mode: Enable Ultra power saving mode. This mode strictly controls
background app battery usage by allowing only Dialer, SMS, Contacts, and other user-specified apps
to run in the background and disabling all system apps except Wi-Fi and mobile data.
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Enable Smart resolution to save power: Touch Screen resolution and then enable Smart
resolution. Your Phone will automatically adjust the screen resolution based on the apps that are
currently running to save power. Note that the display quality will be affected accordingly. You can
also manually set the screen resolution to save power if necessary.
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Darken interface colors to save power: Enable Darken interface colors to darken the colors of
some app interfaces to reduce power consumption.
Performance mode: Enable Performance mode, and then the
icon will be displayed in the
status bar. In this mode your Phone prioritizes app performance based on the current scenario.
This may drain the battery faster than other modes, especially when you are playing games or
running other power-intensive apps.
The following options are also available:
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View power consumption details: Touch Battery usage or Power consumption details.
In the Power consumption details section, colored bars beneath the Charging graph indicate
when your device was charging. Gaps between the bars mean it was not charging. This feature
does not consume power.
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Display remaining battery percentage in the status bar: Enable Battery percentage and select
a display mode.
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Check battery usage of power-intensive apps: Go to More battery settings > Powerintensive apps. Disable apps that are not in use.
Use Auto-launch to Prevent Unwanted App Activities
Worried about third-party apps secretly running, occupying system resources, and consuming power
in the background? Use Auto-launch to help you identify and prohibit unwanted app activities.
Open
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Phone Manager, touch
> App launch, and you can:
Automatically manage apps: Enable Manage all automatically or toggle on the switches for
individual apps. The system will automatically analyze app usage and prohibit apps from automatic
launch, secondary launch, and background running.
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Manually manage apps: If you have not enabled Manage all automatically, touch the switch of
a desired app and enable or disable automatic launch, secondary launch, and background running
accordingly.
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View launch records: Go to
> Launch records to view the detailed launch history for each
app.
Enable Virus Scanner
Accessing unauthorized ads or links may infect your device with Trojans and malware that may
secretly install themselves and steal your personal data. Running a virus scan can locate and remove
potential threats on your Phone.
Virus scan is enabled by default. To view it, open
Phone Manager and touch Virus scan. The
Secure icon indicates that your device is safe. You can also return to the Phone Manager home
screen and go to
to configure the following settings:
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Smart tune-up: If this option is selected, the system will obtain the latest app configuration data
from the cloud to ensure better app performance.
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Auto-clean junk files: If this option is selected, the system will automatically identify junk files and
permanently delete them after 14 days.
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Auto-update cleanup database and Online virus scan: Auto-update the cleanup database, or
scan for viruses under the conditions of Wi-Fi only or Any network. Select Never to disable these
options.
The virus scan reminder is enabled by default. You will be notified if no anti-virus scan has been
performed for more than 30 days.
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Email
Add Email Accounts
Add your email account to your Phone for convenient email access at any time. If you have questions
about specific settings while configuring your email, please consult your email account provider.
Add a personal email account: Open
, select an email service provider or touch Other, enter
your email address and password, then touch Sign in and follow the onscreen instructions to
configure your account. The system will automatically connect to the server and check server settings.
Add an Exchange account: Exchange is developed by Microsoft and used by companies as their
internal email system. If your company email uses Exchange servers, you can log in to your work email
on your Phone. Go to
> Exchange, enter your email address, username, and password, then
touch Sign in and follow the onscreen instructions to configure your account. The system will
automatically connect to the server and check server settings.
After configuration, the system will open the Inbox screen by default.
Manage Email Accounts
You can manage multiple email accounts concurrently on your Huawei Phone.
Open
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Email. You can:
Check emails: On the Inbox screen, touch
, and then select an email account to view the list
of your emails. Swipe down to refresh the list of emails. Open an email to read, reply, forward, or
delete it. Swipe left or right on the screen to view the previous or next email. To delete multiple
emails, touch and hold an email to go to the email management screen, select the emails, and
touch
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Sync emails: Swipe down on the Inbox screen to refresh the emails list. Go to
> Settings,
touch an account, and then enable Sync email. To sync automatically, touch Sync frequency and
select the syncing time to complete configuration.
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Search emails: On the emails list screen, touch the search bar, and enter a keyword, such as email
subject and content.
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Add multiple email accounts: Go to
> Settings > Add account, select your email service
provider, and enter your information.
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Switch between email accounts: On the emails list screen, touch
, and then touch an
account name to switch to.
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Configure email accounts: On the emails list screen, go to
> Settings, select an account to
set Account name, Default account, and Remove account.
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Email
Manage VIP Email Contacts
Worried about missing an important contact's email among a sea of emails? You can add important
contacts to the VIP list. Your device will automatically copy emails from VIP contacts to the VIP
mailbox.
Open
Email, and go to
> Settings > VIP contacts. From the VIP list screen, go to Add >
Create or Add from contacts.
Add or remove VIP contacts: On the VIP list screen, touch
or
to manage VIP contacts.
Create Smart Groups
Tired of having to manually enter multiple recipients when sending emails? Want to send emails to a
fixed group of recipients? Use Smart groups to create different email groups.
Open
Email and open an email. From the sender or recipient field, touch Add to group. Select
the sender or recipient that you want to add to the group, and touch OK. On the group selection
screen, touch Create group. Enter a group name and then go to Save.
After creating a group, from the list of contact groups, select the group you want to edit. You can
then:
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Add members: Touch
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Send messages: Touch
to add new members to the group.
to send a message or touch
to send an email.
Import Important Events to Calendar
Worried about missing an important event among a sea of emails? You can import important events
to Calendar and view them at anytime and anyplace.
Open
Email, select the event from the email, and select
> Add to calendar.
Set Auto Response for Exchange Email
Unable to reply to emails on vacation? Enable auto responses to automatically reply to emails.
Open
Email, go to
> Settings, and select your Exchange account. Touch Automatic
replies, enable Automatic replies, set the content and time of your auto reply, and then touch
Done.
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Calendar
Navigate the Calendar
Create an event: Open
Calendar, touch
, and enter your event information, including the
title, location, as well as start and end times. By default, you will receive the event reminder 10
minutes before the scheduled start time. You can also touch Add reminder to configure the reminder
time, then touch
.
Delete an event: On the Calendar screen, touch the event you wish to delete, then touch
. To
delete multiple events at a time, touch Schedule, touch and hold an event to access the selection
screen, select the events that you wish to delete, then touch
Search events: On the Calendar screen, touch
.
and enter keywords in the search box, such as
the event title or location.
Configure calendar: On the Calendar screen, go to
> Settings to set the calendar view,
reminder mode, and more.
Check the destination: Open Calendar. On the calendar or schedule screen, touch an event to view
its destination information (if there is any).
Check the weather: Open Calendar. On the calendar or schedule screen, touch an event to view
the weather forecast for the event date.
Check meeting participants: On the Calendar screen, touch a received meeting reminder for
information about the participants.
Import To-Dos to Keep Your Work Organized
Many to-dos cannot be handled in time. What can I do if I forget to handle them? Import each to-do
item to Calendar for easy reference and you will not miss any important events.
Import meeting reminders: Open
Calendar, go to
> Manage accounts > Add account,
and follow the onscreen prompts to add your work emails (Exchange account) to the calendar to
check meeting reminders.
Share an event: Touch an event on the calendar or under schedule, then touch
and follow the
onscreen prompts to share the event using any of the multiple methods.
View Global Holidays
Traveling overseas for work or holiday? Download your destination country's holiday information
ahead of time to better plan your work and schedule.
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This feature requires an Internet connection. Connect to a Wi-Fi network to avoid incurring
unnecessary data charges.
Open
Calendar, go to
> Settings > National/Regional holidays, and enable the
corresponding switch for your destination country. Your device will automatically download the
holiday information.
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Clock
Use the Clock
You can find various functions, including alarm, world clock, stopwatch, or timer in Clock.
View the time all over the world: Open
Clock, touch
on the World clock tab, and enter
the name of a city or select one from the list of cities.
Display the time in two different regions: Open
Settings, and then go to System > Date &
time. Enable Dual clocks, and set Home city to display the time in the region where you are
currently located and the time in your home city on the lock screen.
Two times will only be displayed if you are in a different region than the one you selected as your
home city; otherwise you will only see one.
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Manage Your Notes to Keep Your Records in Order
Want to share important notes or add something to favorites? Manage your notes to keep your
records in order.
Share a note: Want to send your meeting notes to your colleague? On the list page of All notes or
All to-dos, open the note you want to share, then touch
to select a sharing method and follow
the onscreen prompts.
Add a note to favorites: Want to add a note to favorites so you can refer to it later? On the list
page of All notes, swipe left on a note and touch
to favorites and touch
. Alternatively, open the note you want to add
.
Delete a note: Want to delete an outdated note? On the list page of All notes or All to-dos, swipe
left on a note, then touch
you want to delete, and touch
. Alternatively, touch and hold a note to view options, select the note(s)
.
Search notes: Want to quickly find a note? Touch the search bar on the list page of All notes and
enter the keywords into the search bar. Alternatively, swipe down on the home screen to access the
search bar, and enter the keywords into the search bar.
Generate a to-do list: Want to create a shopping list? On the page of Notepad, touch
>
,
enter an item, and then touch Save. Add multiple items to generate a to-do list.
After completing an item, go to the editing page of All to-dos, and select
on the left of the
completed item.
Add a handwritten note: Want to quickly record your drawing or handwriting? Go to Notes >
touch
, write your notes, and touch
,
to save it. You can write and draw in Notepad.
Add tags to notes: Want to easily view the categories of your notes? On the editing page of Notes,
touch
, and use different colored tags to categorize different content for a clearer view of your
notes.
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Make Your House a Smart Home
Smart Remote connects your Phone to your smart home devices (such as your TV, air conditioner, settop box, DVD, camera, projector, and network box) using infrared technology, and allows you to
control and manage them easily.
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For best results, point the infrared blaster at the top of your Phone directly at the smart home
device you are trying to control.
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Smart Remote will not work when video or background calls are in progress, or when thirdparty audio messages are being played, as the receiver is occupied.
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Not all smart home devices are supported by Smart Remote.
Add a remote control: Open
Smart Remote, touch Add remote control, and select the
category (TV, air conditioner, set-top box, camera, network box, DVD, or projector) and brand of the
smart home device. Point your Phone at the device, and follow the onscreen instructions to add it.
Customize a remote control: Open
Smart Remote, go to
> Customize, navigate through
the panel selection screens to find the right one for the device type, and touch Go to remote control
panel to set up the remote control. Maintain a distance of around 5 cm (1.97 in.) between your
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Phone and the physical remote control, and try to keep them still. Press each button for at least 2
seconds to set up its function.
Set up a remote control: Open
Smart Remote, and go to
> Settings. You can enable or
disable the keypad touch sound and/or vibration.
Check Your Screen Time
Digital balance allows you to check the app usage, helps you manage your screen time and guides
you towards healthier Phone usage habits.
To check your Phone usage, open
Settings, and go to Digital balance > More.
Check today's screen time: Touch Today, and you can check your Screen time, App usage,
Unlocks.
Check last seven days' screen time: Touch Last seven days, and then check your Screen time,
App usage, Unlocks.
Use Recorder to Make Audio Notes
Have you ever felt like you do not have enough time to take important notes during a meeting? Do
you need to sort out a pile of notes from an interview or class? Recorder lets you record audio files
that you can conveniently play back later.
Open
Recorder, and touch
important points. Touch
to begin recording. While recording, you can add tags at
to finish recording and save the audio file.
After the recording is completed, you can:
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Play recording from tag: In the recording file list, touch a recording to go to the play screen. On
the play screen, you can then touch a tag that you have added and play the recording from that
point.
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Manage recordings: Touch and hold a recording for options such as sharing or deleting the
recording.
In the recording file list, touch and hold a recording file, and then touch
> Details to view its
storage location.
Phone Clone
Data Backup to a Memory card
Worried about losing your data during a system update? Do you want to transfer data from an old
device to your new Phone? If your Phone supports Memory card, you can back up your data to a
Memory card at any time, giving you a convenient way to protect yourself from data loss.
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To back up your data to a Memory card, open
Settings, and go to System > Backup & restore
> Data backup > External storage > Memory card. Then touch BACK UP, from Select data,
select the data you want to back up and touch Back up.
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You can enable Auto-backup on the backup page, and then connect your phone to the power
supply. The system automatically backs up the data when the screen is off.
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You can touch
> Backup encryption > Encrypt backups to enable Backup encryption
on the backup page, and then set a password when prompted. The password will be used
when you want to restore files later. Always remember your backup password or set security
questions to help remember the password as you will not be able to retrieve your backup files
without it.
You can view your backup files in the Huawei\Backup folder by going to Files > Categories >
Memory card.
Data Backup to a USB Storage Device
If you are running out of storage space on your Phone or you want to back up your important data to
an external storage device, you can connect your Phone to a USB storage device using a USB OTG
cable and back up your data to the storage device. USB storage devices compatible with your Phone
include USB flash drives, card readers, and devices with an Memory card inserted.
Open
Settings, go to System > Backup & restore > Data backup > External storage > USB
storage, then touch BACK UP. On the Select data screen, select the data you want to back up and
touch Back up.
You can go to
> Backup encryption > Encrypt backups to enable Backup encryption on
the backup page, and then set a password when prompted. The password will be used when you
want to restore files later. Always remember your backup password or set security questions to
help remember the password as you will not be able to retrieve your backup files without it.
Reset Your Phone
If the operating speed of your Phone starts to slow down due to long-term accumulation of caches
and residual files, you can reset your Phone to erase these cached files completely and restore your
device's factory settings.
Reset network settings: This will restore your Wi-Fi, mobile data network, and Bluetooth settings,
including hotspot tethering and Bluetooth pairing information. It won't change other settings on your
Phone, or delete any data or files.
Open
Settings, go to System > Reset > Reset network settings, touch RESET NETWORK
SETTINGS, and follow the onscreen instructions to reset the settings.
Restore all settings: This will restore your device's initial network settings, fingerprint data, face
data, and lock screen passwords. It won't reset settings for Find my Phone or HUAWEI ID, nor will it
delete any data or files.
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Open
Settings, go to System > Reset > Reset all settings, touch Reset all settings, and
follow the onscreen instructions to reset the settings.
Restore factory settings: This will delete all data in your device's memory and storage, including
your account settings, system settings, app data, installed apps, music, images, and documents, and
restore your Phone to its original factory settings. Back up your data before restoring your device to its
factory settings.
Open
Settings, go to System > Reset > Reset phone, touch Reset phone, enter the screen
unlock password (if any), and follow the onscreen instructions to reset the settings.
Restore Your Backup Data
You need to select the corresponding method to the original backup method to restore the data on
your Phone.
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Open
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Select the location from which your backup data will be restored:
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Settings, then touch System > Backup & restore > Data backup > external storage.
If you are using a memory card for backup, ensure that your NM card (nano memory card) has
been inserted into slot 2 in your Phone. Then touch Memory card and select an appropriate
backup record to access.
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Insert the NM card (nano memory card) into card slot 2. You can buy an NM card (nano
memory card) in Huawei stores.
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If you are using a USB storage device for backup, ensure that your Phone has been connected
to a USB storage device. Then touch USB storage and select an appropriate backup record to
access.
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If you are using a shared folder for backup, ensure that your Phone has detected the shared
folder on your computer or home NAS devices through Wi-Fi scanning. Then touch Shared
folder and select an appropriate backup record to access.
Your Phone stores the last three backup records (including automatic and manual backups).
When there are more than three backup records, the earliest records will be deleted.
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Select the data you want to restore and touch Restore. If you have enabled Encrypt backups,
enter the password as prompted and restore your data.
Back up Data Using HiSuite
With HiSuite, you can easily back up important data on your Phone to a computer.
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On the home page of HiSuite, touch Back Up.
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On the Back Up page, select the data you want to back up and touch Back Up.
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If you select Encrypt with password, follow the onscreen instructions to set a password and
password hints.
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Touch
to view the storage directory of your data backup, and touch
to change the
storage directory. To change the storage directory on the computer, open HiSuite, and go to
> Settings > Backup.
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HiSuite will then back up the data you selected. Keep the USB cable connected throughout the
entire data backup process. Touch Done when all data has been backed up.
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Keep your password secure if you have set one when backing up your data. The backup data
cannot be restored if you forget your password.
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It may take a while if you have a large number of apps, app data, images, videos, or audios on
your Phone to back up.
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By default, your backup data will be saved to C:\Users\User name\Documents\Hisuite
\backup.
Restore Data Using HiSuite
You can use the data recovery function of HiSuite to restore previously backed up data on your
computer to your new Phone.
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On the home page of HiSuite, touch Restore.
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On the Restore page, select Backup Record, then select the data you want to restore to your
Phone, and then touch Restore.
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If you have set a password for the backup data on your Phone, you will need to enter the
password and touch OK.
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HiSuite will then restore the data you selected. Keep the USB cable connected throughout the
entire data recovery process. Touch Done when all data has been restored successfully.
Data Backup by Shared Folders to Your Computer or Home NAS Devices
Did you store important data, pictures, or large files on your Phone? You can back up your data to a
computer or home NAS device by using a shared folder to prevent data loss and free up storage space
on your Phone.
Open
Settings, go to System > Backup & restore > Data backup > External storage >
Shared folder, and touch Scan for shared folders. After your Phone detects PCs or NAS devices on
the same network through Wi-Fi scanning, touch to access a device and add its shared folder. Then
touch BACK UP, select the data you want to back up in Select data and touch Back up.
You can touch
> Backup encryption > Encrypt backups to enable Backup encryption on
the backup page, and then set a password when prompted. The password will be used when you
want to restore files later. Always remember your backup password or set security questions to
help remember the password as you will not be able to retrieve your backup files without it.
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Set and Use Multiple Users
Want to have more than one user account on your Phone to keep your work and personal life
separate? You can add multiple users to your Phone and switch between them with a single touch.
Add Users or Guests
A maximum of three users and one guest can be added.
Add a user: Touch
Settings, and go to Users & accounts > Users. Touch Add user, enter a
name for the user and touch ADD. After you add a new user, you can switch to the new user and
follow the onscreen instructions to configure the user's account settings.
Add a guest: Touch
Settings, and go to Users & accounts > Users. Touch Add guest > ADD
to create a guest.
Set a user account name and profile picture: After adding a user, you can set a user account
name and a profile picture for the user. To do this, switch to the relevant user, and touch
. Follow
the onscreen instructions to change the user name and profile picture.
Allow a user to make calls, send messages, and share call records: The basic call functions can
still be used after you switch to a different user mode. The added new user can make calls, send
messages, and share call records with the phone owner. The guest user can make calls and share call
records with the phone owner. To do this, log in with the owner account, and touch
Settings,
and then go to Users & accounts > Users. Select the desired user, and touch Allow calls,
messages, and sharing of communication history.
Delete Users or Guests
To delete a user, select one of the following methods:
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Log in with the owner account, touch
Settings, and then go to Users & accounts > Users.
Select the desired user, and touch Delete user > Delete.
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Log in with the owner account, swipe down from the status bar, and then go to
> More
settings. Select the desired user, and touch Delete user > Delete.
To delete a guest, touch
Settings. Go to Users & accounts > Users, and then touch Guest >
Delete guest > DELETE.
Switch Between the Owner Account, User, and Guest Modes
To switch between the owner account, user, and guest modes, select one of the following methods:
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Swipe down from the status bar, and touch
. Then, touch the profile picture of the desired user.
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Touch
Settings, and go to Users & accounts > Users. Then, touch the user name or profile
picture of the desired user.
You will be prompted to enter the password to unlock the screen when switching back to the
owner from another user.
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Bluetooth
Connect Your Phone to Bluetooth Devices
Use Bluetooth to connect your Phone to Bluetooth headsets and in-car Bluetooth to navigate or listen
to music while you drive. You can also connect your Phone to Bluetooth wearables to record and
manage fitness data. Connecting Bluetooth devices to your Phone does not increase power
consumption significantly.
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Bluetooth protocols used by Huawei devices and their functions:
HFP, HSP
Make calls
A2DP
Play music
AVRCP
Control music playback
OPP
Transfer files
PBAP
Sync contacts
MAP
Sync text messages
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HID
Operate Bluetooth keyboards and mouses
PAN
Tethering
BLE
Connect to Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices
Enable or disable Bluetooth: From the home screen, swipe down from the status bar, open the
shortcuts panel, and then touch
to enable or disable Bluetooth. Touch and hold
to open the
Bluetooth settings screen.
Pair a Bluetooth device: Enable Bluetooth from the Bluetooth device's settings screen. Check that
the Bluetooth device is set to visible. From Available devices, touch the device you want to pair and
then follow the onscreen instructions to complete pairing.
Unpair a Bluetooth device: Enable Bluetooth from the Bluetooth device's settings screen. Touch
next to the name of the paired device and then touch Unpair.
Change Bluetooth device name: From the Bluetooth settings screen, enable Bluetooth. Touch
Device name, enter a new name for the device, and then touch Save.
View Bluetooth help: From the Bluetooth settings screen, touch
to view information on how to
establish Bluetooth connections with in-car systems, headsets, speakers, wearables, Phone, tablets,
and computers.
Use Bluetooth to Share Data
Connect your Phone to another device over Bluetooth to share data, import and export contacts, and
set up Internet tethering.
Use Bluetooth to send files: Ensure that your Phone is within Bluetooth range of the other device
(10 m or 32 ft). You can then establish a Bluetooth connection and share multimedia files, web pages,
contacts, documents between the two devices. Open
Files, touch and hold the file that you want
to send, and then go to More > Share > Bluetooth. Follow the onscreen instructions to enable
Bluetooth. When the other device is detected (Bluetooth must be enabled and the device must be
visible), touch the name of the device to establish a connection and start sending files.
Receive files over Bluetooth: From the home screen, swipe down from the status bar, open the
shortcuts panel, and then touch
to enable Bluetooth. Touch Accept on the file transfer
notification to begin receiving the files. Received files are saved to the bluetooth folder in Files by
default.
Import or export contacts over Bluetooth: Open
Contacts and go to
> Settings >
Import/Export to perform the following:
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Import contacts: Touch Import via Bluetooth and follow the onscreen instructions to establish a
Bluetooth connection with the other device. Contacts from the other device will then be imported
to your Phone automatically.
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Export contacts: Touch Share contacts, select the contacts that you want to share, touch
and select Bluetooth. Follow the onscreen instructions to establish a Bluetooth connection with the
other device. Those contacts selected will be exported from your Phone to the other device
automatically.
NFC
Introduction to NFC
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a technology that enables short-distance wireless communication.
Through NFC's contactless communication, two devices can transfer data in real time when they are
within 10 cm (4 inches) of each other. In addition to data transfer, NFC also allows you to make
payments.
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NFC can be used in multiple scenarios with different requirements and methods.
Point-to-point mode: Transfers data between two NFC-enabled devices within a short distance. No
pairing is required and a more secure connection is established.
Scenarios
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Transfer files (such as images, apps, and contacts).
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Quickly establish a connection between devices (like Bluetooth pairing or hotspot sharing).
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Both devices need to support NFC.
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During data transmission, devices must be within 10 cm (4 inches) of each other.
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Screen must be on and unlocked when using NFC.
Read/Write mode: Supports reading and writing NFC tags.
Scenarios: Check product information with NFC tags.
Limitations
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Cards and products must support reading and writing NFC tags
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Read and write/P2P must be enabled on the NFC settings screen if available. This feature may vary
depending on your carrier.
Card emulation mode: Allows your Phone to act as a smart card so it can access mobile ticketing for
public transport, and mobile payments.
Scenarios
HCE emulation: Allows your Phone to act as a QuickPass-enabled bank card by associating your
device with a physical bank card in a banking app.
Limitations
HCE emulation: For example, UnionPay Cloud QuickPass. First download the app for your bank card
and associate your card with the app. For details, consult your bank's customer service center. Then
enable NFC, set a specific bank app as your default payment app in NFC while keeping the screen on
and unlocked. To make Cloud QuickPass payments, your card and the POS device must support
QuickPass.
Not all devices support NFC.
Turn Your Phone into a Digital Key
If you often forget your car keys or worry about lost keys when lending your car, put your car keys in
your Phone. Share and revoke digital car keys at any time to minimize risks. Your Phone can still be
used as your car key within 24 hours of powering off due to low battery. Digital key data is stored in
your device's security chip and cannot be copied.
Follow these steps to use Phone Digital Key:
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Activate your car key under the guidance of the automobile manufacturer's customer service
personnel or the 4S shop staff.
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Open
Settings, go to Device connectivity > NFC, enable NFC, and set Default payment
app to your automobile manufacturer's app.
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To unlock your car, hold the NFC area of your Phone near your car's door handle. The screen can
be on or off. To start your car, put your Phone into the Wireless Charging Shelf and press the start
button on the car. After your car is started, you can remove your Phone from the Wireless
Charging Shelf. To lock your car, close the door after you get out and hold the NFC area of your
Phone near your car's door handle.
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Compatible car models: Currently, only the Audi A8/A7/A6/A5/A4/Q8 and e-tron are
compatible with this feature. More models will be supported in the future.
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You can share multiple secondary keys to others and revoke them at any time from your
automobile manufacturer's app. The number, sharing method, and usage of the shared keys
vary depending on your car model. For details, see your car's user guide.
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If your Phone is lost, you can revoke your digital key from your car or the manufacturer's app
or website.
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The NFC area is located around the rear camera on the Phone. Locations vary slightly between
device models.
Use NFC to Share Data Quickly
NFC lets you share data across two devices quickly without the hassle of pairing. Simply place the NFC
detection areas of both your devices in close proximity to each other, and then you can transfer files
and other data quickly between the two NFC-enabled devices.
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NFC
Use NFC to send data: Open
Settings, touch Device connectivity and enable NFC and
Huawei Beam. Select the files you want to send and touch Share > Huawei Beam. Keep your
Phone unlocked and the screen on. Place the NFC detection areas of both devices close together.
Once a connection is established, the transmitting device will play an audio alert and minimize the
sharing screen. Touch the transmitting device's screen to send files.
Receive files over NFC: Open
Settings, then touch Device connectivity and enable NFC and
Huawei Beam. Keep your Phone unlocked and the screen on. Place the NFC detection areas of both
devices close together. Once a connection is established, the transmitting device will play an audio
prompt. After the prompt, please wait for the file transfer to complete. Received files are saved by
default to the Beam folder of your Files.
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If there is an option to enable Read and write/P2P on the NFC screen, ensure that it is
enabled. Features may vary depending on your carrier.
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Not all devices support NFC.
Use NFC to Quickly Establish Connections between Devices.
Place the NFC detection areas of two devices close together to quickly establish a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi
connection between them. You can also use this method to establish a Wi-Fi Direct connection or
share a Wi-Fi hotspot without searching for devices, pairing and entering connection details manually.
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NFC
Using Bluetooth pairing as an example, enable NFC, Huawei Beam, and Bluetooth on both devices.
Open the Bluetooth pairing screen on both devices and place the NFC detection areas of devices close
together. When the sending device plays an audio prompt and content on the screen shrinks, follow
the onscreen instructions and touch the screen on the sending device to establish a Bluetooth
connection
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If there is a Read and write/P2P switch on the NFC screen, ensure it is also enabled. Features
may vary depending on your carrier.
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Desktop Mode
Phone Projection
When you connect your Phone to an external display, it behaves like a computer, so you no longer
need to lug your laptop back and forth between office and home. Simply use an adapter (such as a
USB Type-C to HDMI adapter cable) or the wireless projection feature to connect your Phone to a
display device, such as a TV. You can then combine all the benefits of a desktop computer with the
convenience of a Phone.
Connect your Phone to an external display to enjoy the following features:
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Privacy protection: Notifications, incoming calls, and chat messages will show as red dots in the
notification panel, but will not be visible on the external display.
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Dual displays: Display work-related content on the external display while you chat with friends on
your Phone.
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Desktop experience: Open multiple windows, manage files, search your device, or change the
wallpaper. You can also connect a mouse, keyboard, and other peripherals.
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Wireless projection: Wirelessly project your Phone to an external display.
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Big-screen meetings: Project slides onto the external display. Use the pointer feature to write
notes on the slides.
Connect Your Phone to an External Display
By using a cable, your Phone can be connected to an external display.
Use a docking station without USB ports to connect your Phone to an external display, or a docking
station with USB ports to connect your Phone to a display, keyboard, and mouse simultaneously.
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Docking station without USB ports: supports the conversion of USB Type-C to one interface,
such as USB Type-C to HDMI. If your external display has an HDMI port, use a USB Type-C to HDMI
adapter to connect your device to the external display.
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Docking station with USB ports: supports the conversion of USB Type-C to multiple interfaces,
such as USB Type-C to HDMI/USB/USB. If your external display has an HDMI port, but you also want
to connect a mouse and keyboard to your device, use a USB Type-C to HDMI/USB/USB adapter.
Alternatively, use a USB Type-C to DisplayPort/HDMI cable to directly connect your device to the
external display.
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Type-C
DP
MiniDP
HDMI
If you connect the adapter to too many devices, it may not function properly.
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To ensure full compatibility, visit Vmall and buy an adapter that is designed to work with your
device.
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When your Phone is connected to an external display via an adapter, you can plug the adapter
into a charger to charge your Phone. The charger must meet Huawei's charging specification.
Devices with a power output of less than 5 V/2 A should not be used.
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You can also use Bluetooth to connect a mouse or keyboard to your Phone directly.
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If the desktop screen does not fit onto the external display, go to the settings menu on the
display device to change the image adjustment mode to automatic. You can also right-click the
screen and adjust the screen mode you want on the desktop of the external display. The
settings vary with TVs or projectors. The actual display of your TV or projector prevails.
In a wireless manner, your Phone can be connected to an external display.
By using one of the following methods, your Phone can be connected to an external display:
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If the external display supports Miracast, you can turn on the Wi-Fi of your Phone and connect your
Phone to the external display.
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If the external display does not support Miracast, you can use a wireless HDMI adapter to connect
your Phone and the display. Insert the wireless HDMI adapter into the HDMI interface of the
external display and connect the power cable to the wireless HDMI adapter. After the wireless HDMI
adapter works properly, open
Settings on your Phone, go to Device connectivity > Easy
Projection, and enable Wireless projection to connect your Phone to the network of the wireless
HDMI adapter.
Drag down from the status bar on your Phone, or open the notification center on the external display
to switch between PHONE MODE and DESKTOP MODE.
Use Your Phone as a Touchpad
Now that you've connected your Phone to an external display, what happens if you don't have a
keyboard or mouse with you? You can turn your Phone into a touchpad in a few simple steps.
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Swipe down from the status bar of your Phone and touch Touchpad in the notification panel. Use
touch gestures to simulate mouse commands.
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Use touch gestures to simulate mouse commands.
Touch to left-click
Touch twice and drag to
select text
Touch with two fingers to right-click
Slide two fingers to scroll
Enter text using a virtual keyboard when an external keyboard is not connected.
The virtual keyboard is unavailable when an external keyboard is connected.
Project Your Phone Screen onto an External Display
Desktop layout: Touch the signal status icon in the status bar to open the notification center. Touch
the time to open the calendar.
Multiple windows: Open more than one window at a time to multitask or cross reference
documents.
File management: Save files to the desktop, create files or folders, and rename or delete files.
Quick search: Search for documents, multimedia files, and apps using the start menu search box.
Change the wallpaper on the large screen: Right-click an empty area on the desktop to change
the wallpaper.
Create app shortcuts: From the start menu, you can touch and hold an app and then drag it to the
desktop to create a shortcut. You can also right-click an app icon and choose the send to desktop
option to create an app shortcut.
Audio output: You can choose whether to play audio from the external display or your Phone.
Big-screen meetings: Project slides onto the external display, and use the touchpad, laser pen, and
pointer features to add notes on the slides.
Fast app projection: When you touch and hold app icons on your Phone, projection options will be
displayed. You can project and open the app on the large screen.
Split-screen management: Display work-related content on the external display while you chat with
friends or answer calls on your Phone.
Transfer Data between Your Phone and Computer
Use a USB cable to connect your Phone to your computer and transfer data.
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Select USB connection mode
Use a USB cable to connect your Phone to the computer, you can then select a default connection
method. You can transfer photos and files between your Phone and computer, or charge your Phone
through the USB connection to your computer.
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel, then touch Settings > Touch for
more options and select a method for connecting your device and your computer.
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Transfer photos: Transfer photos between your Phone and computer.
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Transfer files: Transfer files between your Phone and computer.
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Charge only: Charge your Phone with just a USB cable.
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Input MIDI: Use your Phone as a MIDI input device and play music on your computer.
Transfer data over a USB port
Connect your Phone to your Computer using a USB cable to transfer data and perform other tasks.
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Transfer files: Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) is a type of transmission protocol for media files. You
can transfer files between your Phone and computer using this connection method. First, install
Windows Media Player 11 or later on your computer.
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel, and then set your USB connection
method to Transfer files. Your computer will automatically install the necessary drivers. After the
installation is complete, click the new drive icon named Phone on the computer to view the files on
your Phone. You can use Windows Media Player to view the media files on your Phone.
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Transfer images: Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) is a protocol that allows you to transfer images.
You can upload and share photos between your Phone and computer using this connection
method.
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel, and then set your USB connection
method to Transfer photos. Your computer will automatically install the necessary drivers. After
the installation is complete, click the new drive icon named Phone on the computer to view the
images on your Phone.
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Transfer MIDI data to your Phone: MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is an industry
standard audio format for composing music established by electronic instrument manufacturers.
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel, and then set your USB connection
method to Input MIDI. You can then use Phone to receive and process MIDI messages transmitted
by other devices.
Huawei Share
Use Huawei Share to Quickly Share Files Between Huawei Devices
You can use Huawei Share to quickly transfer photos, videos and other files between Huawei devices.
Huawei Share uses Bluetooth to detect other nearby Huawei devices and then uses Wi-Fi Direct to
quickly transfer files without using mobile data.
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Huawei Share uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to transfer data. When Huawei Share is enabled, both WiFi and Bluetooth are automatically enabled.
Use Huawei Share to send files: Select the files you want to share and then touch Share. To send
files, select a receiving device from the list of nearby devices and confirm.
Use Huawei Share to receive files: Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel,
and then touch
to enable Huawei Share. Touch ACCEPT when the file transfer notification is
displayed. Received files are saved by default to your Huawei Share folder in Files.
No confirmation is required if the two Huawei devices have been logged in using the same
HUAWEI ID.
Transfer Files Between Your Phone and Computer with Huawei Share
Want to quickly transfer pictures and videos from your Phone to computer (Windows PC or Mac)?
Huawei Share makes it simpler than before, without even needing a USB cable.
From your Phone to your Windows PC
1
To start, make sure your Phone is connected to the same network (for example, the same Wi-Fi
network) as your computer.
2
Open
Settings on your Phone, go to Device connectivity > Huawei Share, then enable
Huawei Share and Computer share.
3
On the same screen, check and record the Name shown on computers, then touch Verification
on computers to view and record the username and password.
4
On your Windows PC, go to Computer > Network, double click Name shown on computers,
and enter the username and password you recorded in the previous step. The Internal storage or
Albums folders on your Phone are then displayed on your computer.
The content of these folders is not automatically saved to your Windows PC, but can be
accessed, copied, and saved locally as needed on the computer.
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You can also edit the files or photos in Internal storage or Albums on your Windows PC, and the
changes will be synced to your Phone automatically. Similarly, if you edit any files or photos on
your Phone, the changes will be synced to your computer as well.
From your Phone to Mac
1
To start, make sure your Phone is connected to the same network (for example, the same Wi-Fi
network) as your computer.
2
Open
Settings on your Phone, go to Device connectivity > Huawei Share, then enable
Huawei Share and Computer share.
3
On the same screen, check and record the Name shown on computers, then touch Verification
on computers to view and record the username and password.
4
On the Mac, go to Finder > Go to > Network, double-click Name shown on computers,
choose to register a user account, and enter the username and password you recorded in the
previous step. The Internal storage or Albums folders are then displayed on your Mac.
The content in these folders is not automatically saved to your Mac, but can be accessed,
copied, and saved locally as needed on your computer.
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You can also edit the files or photos in Internal storage or Albums on your Mac, and the changes
will be synced to your Phone automatically. Similarly, if you edit any files or photos on your Phone,
the changes will be synced to your Mac as well.
This function is supported on Mac computers running iOS 10.8 or later.
One-Touch Printing with Huawei Share
How do I quickly print travel photos, work files, or my children's homework from my Phone?
Experience the ease of one-touch printing with Huawei Share.
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Huawei Share now supports one-touch printing for images and PDF files.
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For a list of supported printers, touch Learn more in the Huawei Share section (access this
section by touching the Share icon on the picture or PDF you want to share), swipe left on the
screen, then touch What printers are supported? to see the list.
Huawei Share's one-touch printing feature is convenient and easy to use. To start using it, swipe
down from the status bar to display all shortcuts, and enable Huawei Share, then follow the steps
below to pair with different types of printers:
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Wi-Fi printer/Wi-Fi Direct printer:
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Power on the printer, and make sure that it connects to the same network as your Phone, or
that Wi-Fi Direct is enabled.
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Preview the file you want to print on your Phone, and then touch Share. Once the printer has
been discovered, touch its name, and adjust specifications on the preview screen. Then simply
touch PRINT to print.
Bluetooth printer: Power on the printer, preview the file you want to print on your Phone, and
then touch Share. Once the printer has been discovered, touch its name, and adjust specifications
on the preview screen. Then simply touch PRINT to print.
When pairing the Bluetooth printer for the first time, start by making sure your Phone can find
the printer, then press the power button on the printer for 1 second to ensure successful
pairing.
Quickly Share Files Between Your Phone and Computer with Huawei Share
OneHop
Huawei Share OneHop allows you to quickly transfer files between your Phone and computer without
a cable or third-party app.
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This feature is supported by HUAWEI MateBooks and Honor MagicBooks running PC Manager
9.1 or later and with the Huawei Share label or Magic-link label.
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Huawei Share OneHop is supported on NFC-enabled devices only. The NFC area is located near
the rear camera on the Phone. Locations vary slightly between device models.
Connect your phone to computer with Huawei Share OneHop
1
Swipe down on the notification panel and enable NFC.
Alternatively, open
Settings, go to Device connectivity > NFC, and enable NFC.
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2
Hold the NFC area of your Phone against the Huawei Share label
(or Magic-link label
) on
your computer until your Phone sounds or vibrates. In the pop-up box on your Phone, touch
CONNECT, and follow the instructions to connect your Phone with your computer.
After your Phone is successfully paired with your computer, the next time you enable NFC and
Bluetooth on your Phone, the two devices will be automatically paired when they are within
range.
Huawei Share OneHop allows you to do the following:
OneHop Media Sharing
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From your Phone to computer: Open Gallery on your Phone and select up to 500 photos or
videos. Hold the NFC area of your Phone against the Huawei Share label
(or Magic-link label
)
on your computer until your Phone sounds or vibrates. The selected photos or videos can then be
transferred to your computer. Touch
to identify text in the images sent to your computer and
to generate a text file.
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From your computer to Phone: If you exit Gallery or are on the home screen of your Phone, the
image opened with Windows Photo Viewer on your computer or your computer's current
screenshot will be transferred to your Phone when you tap the NFC area of your Phone against the
Huawei Share label on your computer.
OneHop Screen Recording
1
Shake your Phone, then hold the NFC area of your Phone against the Huawei Share label
(or
) on your computer until your Phone sounds or vibrates. When the computer
Magic-link label
screen is projected to your Phone, recording starts automatically (for up to 60 seconds).
2
Touch
Gallery.
to stop recording on your Phone. The recorded content will be automatically saved to
OneHop File Sharing
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From your Phone to computer: Open an Office file on your Phone. Hold the NFC area of your
Phone against the Huawei Share label
(or Magic-link label
) on your computer until your
Phone sounds or vibrates.
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From your computer to Phone: If you exit Office or are on the home screen of your Phone, the
file opened with an Office tool on your computer will be transferred to your Phone when you tap
the NFC area of your Phone against the Huawei Share label on your computer.
OneHop Clipboard Sharing
If your Phone is paired with your computer, when browsing a web page or reading an article on your
Phone or computer, copy the content you need to the clipboard. The copied content will be shared to
the clipboard on both devices.
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Face Unlock
Enroll Your Facial Information and Enable Face Unlock
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Face unlock can only be used when the owner account is logged in. It is not supported by user
and guest accounts, or by PrivateSpace.
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Face unlock is not available if the lock screen password has not been entered for at least three
consecutive days, or if your Phone has been remotely locked or restarted.
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When using Face unlock, keep your eyes open, and look straight at your Phone from a distance
of 20–50 cm (about 8–20 inches). Your device may be unable to scan your face accurately if
you are in an extremely dark environment or under direct lighting.
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Currently, only one face can be enrolled. You can delete the current facial data and re-enroll
your face.
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Open
Settings. Go to Privacy > Face recognition, then enter your lock screen password.
If you haven't set a lock screen password, follow the onscreen instructions to do so.
2
If you select Enable Pick up to wake device to enhance the Face unlock experience, the
screen will turn on and unlock when you pick up your Phone and hold it in front of your face. If
you do not need this feature, do not select the option. Touch Get started and enroll your face.
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Face unlock modes:
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Direct unlock: On the Face recognition screen, touch Unlock device and select Direct
unlock. When you turn the screen on, your Phone will automatically recognize your face and
directly unlock the screen.
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Slide to unlock: On the Face recognition screen, touch Unlock device and select Slide to
unlock. Once your Phone has recognized your face, slide on the lock screen to unlock it.
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If you have enabled Show notifications, your Phone will hide notification details on the lock
screen and display them only when the owner's face has been recognized.
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If you have also enabled Access app lock, you can access locked apps when your Phone
recognizes your face.
Delete Face Data
If you no longer use Face unlock or want re-input your face data, you can delete the current face
data.
Open
Settings, go to Privacy > Face recognition, follow the onscreen instructions and enter
the lock screen password, then touch Delete facial data and follow the onscreen instructions to
delete your current face data.
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Facial data will be erased if you reset all settings, restore your device to its factory settings, or
set your password to none.
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Facial data will not be erased after online update.
Pick Up to Unlock
Settings, and go to Privacy > Face recognition. When enrolling facial data, select Enable
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Pick up to wake device to enhance the Face unlock experience, and set the Face unlock method
to Direct unlock. Once the setup is complete, you can simply raise your Phone to unlock the screen,
without a password or fingerprint.
If you haven't selected Enable Pick up to wake device to enhance the Face unlock experience
when enrolling facial data, you can open
Settings, go to Privacy > Face recognition, and set
the Face unlock method to Direct unlock. Then, open
Settings, go to Smart assistance >
Motion control > Pick up, and select Wake up device.
Fingerprint
Introduction to Fingerprint Recognition
Fingerprint recognition not only allows you to unlock your Phone faster, it also provides added
security to your personal information.
You can use your fingerprint to:
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Unlock your screen with a single touch: Want to avoid the hassle of using PIN codes and
patterns to unlock your screen? Use your fingerprint to quickly and securely unlock your screen with
a single touch.
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Access your private files: Afraid of forgetting your password for the Safe or app lock, or having it
fall into the hands of someone you don't trust? Set fingerprint access for the Safe and app lock to
keep your files and apps secure and accessible by only you.
Enroll a Fingerprint
Enroll a fingerprint on your Phone to use your fingerprint to unlock your screen, and access Safe or
locked apps without having to enter a password.
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Fingerprint unlock is only available when your unlock method is set to Pattern, PIN, or
Password. You are required to unlock your Phone with the lock screen password when
restarting your device, as well as when your fingerprint is not recognized.
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Before enrolling a fingerprint, make sure that your finger is clean and dry.
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Open
2
Go to Privacy > Fingerprint ID > Change unlock method (or go to Privacy > Fingerprint ID >
Fingerprint management > Change unlock method), and select Pattern, 4-digit PIN, Custom
PIN, or Password to set a lock screen password.
Settings.
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Once you have set a password, touch New fingerprint to enroll a fingerprint.
4
Place your fingertip on the fingerprint sensor. Press down lightly on the sensor until your device
vibrates. Repeat this step using different parts of your fingertip.
5
After the enrollment is complete, touch OK.
To unlock the screen, simply place your fingertip on the fingerprint sensor.
Add or Modify a Fingerprint
You can enroll a maximum of five fingerprints on your device. You can also delete or rename your
fingerprints.
1
Open
2
Go to Privacy > Fingerprint ID (or go to Privacy > Fingerprint ID > Fingerprint
management).
3
Enter the lock screen password to access the fingerprint settings screen.
4
From there you can:
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Settings.
Enroll a new fingerprint: Touch New fingerprint, then follow the onscreen instructions to
enroll a fingerprint.
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Rename or delete a fingerprint: Touch a previously enrolled fingerprint to rename or delete
it.
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Identify a fingerprint: Touch Fingerprint recognition to identify and highlight enrolled
fingerprints.
Use a Fingerprint to Quickly Access Private Information
You can use your fingerprint to quickly access private information stored in your Safe or a locked app.
1
Open
2
Go to Privacy > Fingerprint ID (or go to Privacy > Fingerprint ID > Fingerprint
management).
3
Enter the lock screen password to access the fingerprint settings screen. Enable Access safe and
Access app lock as required, then enter the password.
Settings.
Now you can use your fingerprint to:
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Access the Safe by opening
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Access locked apps on your home screen.
Files and touching Safe.
Enable or Disable Location Services
After obtaining the location information permission, apps can obtain your location at any time. If your
location information is obtained by a malicious app, you may be at risk of harm or fraud. You can
enable or disable location services as needed and regularly monitor and manage the allowed
permissions for your apps to protect your privacy and security.
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Enable or disable location services: Open
Settings, go to Privacy > Location access, and
enable or disable Access my location. When location services are disabled, aside for pre-installed
software, your Phone will stop all apps and services from collecting and using your location
information. The system will ask you to enable location services when you attempt to use these apps.
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Features may vary depending on your carrier.
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Huawei only uses location data to provide you with necessary functions and services, not for
the purpose of identifying and collecting your private information.
Set indoor positioning assistance: Open
Settings, go to Privacy > Location access >
Advanced settings, and enable or disable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth scanning. Scanning Wi-Fi networks
and Bluetooth devices will improve the accuracy of indoor positioning.
PrivateSpace
Enable PrivateSpace
With PrivateSpace, you can save your private information in a space that can only be accessed with
your fingerprint or by a password you have set.
You can add up to three user accounts (including the PrivateSpace and Users accounts) on your
Phone. If you have already added three users under Settings > Users & accounts > Users >
Add user, you cannot create your PrivateSpace.
Enable PrivateSpace: If you are using PrivateSpace for the first time, open
Settings, go to
Privacy > PrivateSpace > Enable, and follow the onscreen instructions to create your PrivateSpace.
You can create only one PrivateSpace.
Switch directly between MainSpace and PrivateSpace: From the lock screen, you can directly
switch between spaces, using your fingerprint or the applicable passwords. After restarting your
Phone, you must enter MainSpace with the password first, before switching to PrivateSpace from the
lock screen.
Enter PrivateSpace: You can enter your PrivateSpace directly from the lock screen using your
fingerprint or password. Alternatively, from MainSpace, open
Settings, and go to Privacy >
PrivateSpace > Log in to enter your PrivateSpace.
Exit PrivateSpace: After entering your PrivateSpace, open
Settings, go to Privacy >
PrivateSpace > Exit. When you exit your PrivateSpace, all system memory used by the PrivateSpace
is freed for other tasks. You can still switch back to PrivateSpace as needed.
Delete PrivateSpace: Deleting your PrivateSpace will permanently delete all apps and data stored in
PrivateSpace. This data cannot be restored. You can delete your PrivateSpace through the following
ways:
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From MainSpace, open
Settings, go to Privacy > PrivateSpace, and then go to
> Delete
PrivateSpace.
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From PrivateSpace, open
Settings, and go to Privacy > PrivateSpace > Delete.
Hide the Entrance to Your PrivateSpace
Want to keep all traces of your PrivateSpace hidden from other people? You can hide the entrance to
your PrivateSpace in the MainSpace, keeping your PrivateSpace hidden and secret.
After entering your PrivateSpace, open
Settings, go to Privacy > PrivateSpace, and enable
Hide PrivateSpace. After you hide the entrance to your PrivateSpace, you can only enter the space
by using your fingerprint or password on the lock screen.
Transfer Files Between PrivateSpace and MainSpace
Quickly transfer private photos, music, or videos between your PrivateSpace and your MainSpace.
1
In PrivateSpace, open
2
Touch MainSpace to PrivateSpace or PrivateSpace to MainSpace.
3
Follow the onscreen instructions to select files and transfer them to the target location.
Files stored on your device or NM card can be transferred from your MainSpace to your
Settings and go to Privacy > PrivateSpace.
PrivateSpace. Only files stored locally on your device can be transferred from your PrivateSpace
to your MainSpace. Files stored in the cloud cannot be transferred between your PrivateSpace
and MainSpace. Not all devices support nano memory (NM) cards.
By default, transferred image files are stored in Gallery > Albums > Shared images in the target
space, and video files are stored in Gallery > Albums > Shared videos in the target space.
Transfer Your PrivateSpace Data to Your New Device
You can clone your PrivateSpace to quickly transfer your private files to another device.
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Before transferring your data, ensure that the new device has enough storage space remaining.
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You can transfer the following data from one device to another: pictures, audio files and
videos.
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Enter PrivateSpace on your new device and open
Settings. Go to Privacy > PrivateSpace >
Space Clone > THIS IS THE NEW PHONE to generate a QR code.
2
Enter PrivateSpace on your old device and open
Settings. Go to Privacy > PrivateSpace >
Space Clone > THIS IS THE OLD PHONE. Follow the onscreen instructions to scan the QR code
displayed on your new device. Alternatively, connect your old device to your new device's Wi-Fi
hotspot manually. After establishing a connection, select and transfer data from your old device to
your new device.
You can cancel the file transfer anytime during the transfer process and continue your progress
when you re-establish a connection.
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Reset Your PrivateSpace Password
Too many passwords to remember? Can't enter my PrivateSpace without a password? Set a security
question so that when you forget your PrivateSpace password, you can answer the security question
to quickly reset your PrivateSpace password.
Enable the security question feature: After entering your PrivateSpace, open
Settings, and go
to Privacy > PrivateSpace. Touch Password protection and follow the onscreen instructions to
enter your MainSpace and PrivateSpace passwords to enter the password security question screen.
Set your security question: Touch the security question and either select one of the preset security
questions or create your own. Enter the answer to the security question and touch Finish to enable
the security question feature.
After you enable the security question feature, you can also modify the security question and its
answer.
Modify your PrivateSpace password: Enter the MainSpace, open
> PrivateSpace. Touch
Settings, and go to Privacy
> Reset password. Follow the onscreen instructions to enter your
MainSpace password and the answer to the security question, and then set your PrivateSpace
password.
You can reset the PrivateSpace password in the MainSpace only after you set the password
security question in your PrivateSpace.
In case the entrance to PrivateSpace is hidden and you cannot enter the reset
PrivateSpace screen: Enter the MainSpace and open
Settings. Go to Privacy > More
settings > Show all settings and touch OK to display the entrance to PrivateSpace.
Enable App Lock
App lock allows you to set a password for your important apps. Once you restart your Phone or
unlock the screen, you will be asked to enter your App lock password when opening these apps. App
lock adds an extra layer of protection for your private information and prevents unauthorized access
to important apps on your Phone.
Enable App lock: Open
Settings. Go to Privacy > App lock. When you first access App lock,
select Lock screen password or Custom PIN as your App lock verification password. Enter your
password as prompted and on the App lock screen, toggle on the switch for the apps you want to
lock.
Set your App lock password: Touch
on the App lock screen, then touch Password type.
Select Lock screen password or Custom PIN.
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Use Password Vault
Password vault saves and fills in your passwords, allowing you to log in to apps on your Phone more
conveniently and securely.
Enable or disable Password vault: Password vault is enabled by default. After you update your
Phone, enable Password vault by performing the following operations:
1
Enter the lock screen password to access the Password vault settings. Open
to Privacy > Password vault.
2
Enter your lock screen password to access the Password vault screen.
3
Enable Password vault. When you log in to an app for the first time or after logging out, select
SAVE, and your username and password will be saved. Next time you log in, use the method you
picked, for example Face unlock, to automatically fill in your username and password to log in to
the app.
4
Enable or disable Autofill settings for individual apps. If the autofill feature is enabled for an app,
you can use your face, fingerprint, or lock screen password to fill in the password when you log in.
If this feature is disabled, your username and password must be entered manually.
Settings, and go
Password vault does not work for certain apps due to version limitations.
Introduction to User Data Protection
Worried that your photos, bank account information, or other private data might get leaked if your
Phone is lost or stolen? Huawei Phones now feature security chips in addition to the combined
protection provided by the trusted root key and lock screen password. Whether your data is stored in
a memory card or internal storage, it will receive the highest level of protection.
Stronger encryption and safeguards: Huawei Phones use a hardware key that cannot be used to
decrypt data when separated from the Phone. Based on the trusted root key, the encrypted
components are incorporated into the memory control chip to enhance the data protection capability
of the hardware. This works together with your lock screen password to protect your private data.
When you use PrivateSpace, Multi-user, encrypted memory card files, or other features to encrypt
photos, personal information, or other personal data, others cannot gain access to your data unless
the trusted root key, lock screen password, and security chip are simultaneously cracked.
Not all devices support memory cards.
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Wi-Fi
Introduction to Wi-Fi+
Wi-Fi+ intelligently connects to Wi-Fi networks to save mobile data consumption. When your device
detects a known or free Wi-Fi network, it will automatically turn on Wi-Fi and connect to the network.
Your device will also automatically select the optimal network in the area for the best Internet
connection.
Once you have enabled Wi-Fi+, your device will:
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Automatically select and connect to the optimal network: Automatically select and connect to
Wi-Fi networks you've previously connected to, free networks, or your mobile data network,
depending on the signal strength at your current location.
You can view the connection status by checking the icons in the status bar:
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The
icon indicates that your device is connected to the Internet over Wi-Fi.
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The
icon in the bottom left of the signal bar indicates that your device is connected to
the Internet over mobile data.
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Automatically turn Wi-Fi on: Depending on the Wi-Fi networks you have connected to previously,
Wi-Fi will be automatically enabled in specific locations. This will prevent your device from
constantly searching for new networks.
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Assess the quality of available networks: Evaluate currently available network hotspots and
prevent your device from automatically connecting to networks with no Internet connection.
Connect to Wi-Fi
Connecting your device to a Wi-Fi network is an effective way to preserve mobile data.
To avoid potential security risks (such as unauthorized access to your personal data and financial
information), please exercise caution when connecting to a public Wi-Fi network.
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Connect to Wi-Fi: Open
Settings, go to Wireless & networks > Wi-Fi, and enable Wi-Fi.
Select the Wi-Fi network that you would like to connect to. Follow the onscreen instructions to enter
the password or to complete the authentication, depending on the network settings. Alternatively,
you can scroll to the bottom of the Wi-Fi menu, touch Add network, and follow the onscreen
instructions to add a network hotspot by entering its name and password.
Share a Wi-Fi Network with Wi-Fi Bridge
Wi-Fi bridge allows you to share your home Wi-Fi to friends and guests without having to reveal the
password to them.
Enable Wi-Fi bridge: Open
Settings, go to Wireless & networks > Personal hotspot > More,
and enable Wi-Fi bridge.
Set Wi-Fi bridge: Touch Set Wi-Fi bridge to view or set a temporary name and password for the
shared Wi-Fi network.
Once you provide your friends or guests with the temporary name and password, they will be able to
connect to the network until the feature is disabled.
Up to 4 devices can be connected to your home Wi-Fi through Wi-Fi bridge at any given time.
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Transfer Data Using Wi-Fi Direct
Wi-Fi Direct allows you to rapidly transfer data between Huawei devices. Wi-Fi Direct is faster than
Bluetooth and does not require devices to be paired. It is better suited to transferring large files over
short distances.
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Send files with Wi-Fi Direct: Open
Files, touch and hold a file you want to send, and go to
More > Share > Wi-Fi Direct. When another device is detected, touch its name to establish the
connection and begin file transfer.
Receive files with Wi-Fi direct: Enable Wi-Fi. In the Wi-Fi settings screen, touch
> Wi-Fi Direct
to enable detection. When you receive an incoming file prompt, touch Accept to begin the transfer.
The received file will be saved under Files in the Wi-Fi Direct folder by default.
Turn Wi-Fi+ On or Off
Open
Settings, go to Wireless & networks > Wi-Fi >
> Wi-Fi+, and choose to enable or
disable Wi-Fi+.
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Your Phone will automatically connect to the optimal network available after Wi-Fi+ is enabled.
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Wi-Fi+ may automatically switch to your mobile data network, depending on strength of Wi-Fi+
signals in your area. Note that using mobile data to download or view videos and other large
files may incur additional data usage fees. To avoid excessive data charges, purchase an
appropriate data plan.
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After Wi-Fi+ is enabled, even if Wi-Fi is disabled manually, the device may automatically switch
to a Wi-Fi network when it detects a viable Wi-Fi network you have previously connected to.
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Enable 5G
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When two SIM cards are inserted, only the default SIM card will support 5G service. The other
card will only support 4G/3G/2G service.
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5G service may be unavailable in certain areas due to network interference.
1
Contact your carrier to enable 5G service.
2
Settings, go to Wireless & networks > Mobile network, and enable 5G for the
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default SIM.
Connecting to the Internet
Connect to Wi-Fi networks effortlessly with your device.
Connecting to a Wi-Fi network
1
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel.
2
3
4
Touch and hold
to open the Wi-Fi settings screen.
Switch on Wi-Fi. Your device will list all available Wi-Fi networks at your location.
Select the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to. If you select an encrypted network, you will also
need to enter the Wi-Fi password.
Connecting using mobile data
Before using mobile data, ensure that you have a data plan with your carrier to avoid incurring
excessive data charges.
1
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel.
2
Touch
to enable mobile data.
To save battery power and reduce data usage, disable your mobile data connection when you
don't need it.
Share Your Mobile Network with Other Devices
You can share your mobile data with your friends.
Use personal hotspot to share mobile data: Open
Settings and go to Wireless & networks
> Personal hotspot. Set Device name and Password, then enable the hotspot to use it.
Set data limit for shared mobile data: Go to Settings > Wireless & networks > Personal
hotspot > More, and touch Data limit to set the data limit for a single session. When this limit is
reached, your device will automatically disable the hotspot.
Use Bluetooth to share mobile data: Connect your device to another device using Bluetooth, then
enable Bluetooth tethering to share your mobile data. Open
Settings, go to Wireless &
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networks > Personal hotspot > More, and enable Bluetooth tethering. On the Bluetooth
settings screen of the paired device, touch
next to the paired device, then enable Internet
access to establish an Internet connection and share your mobile data.
Use USB to share mobile data: Use a USB cable to connect your device to a computer. Open
Settings, go to Wireless & networks > Personal hotspot > More, and enable USB tethering to
start sharing your mobile data.
Depending on your computer's operating system, you may need to install device drivers or
establish the relevant network connection on your computer before using this feature. Refer to
your computer's operating system guide for more information.
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App Twin: Log In to Two Social Media Accounts at
Once
Have you ever wished you could log in to two WeChat and Facebook accounts on your Phone
without the hassle of constantly switching between them? App twin lets you log in to two WeChat
and Facebook accounts at the same time, allowing you to keep your work and private life separate.
The App twin feature is currently limited to WeChat, QQ Messenger, LINE, Facebook, Snapchat,
WhatsApp, and Messenger. Please download and install the latest version of these apps before
using the App twin feature.
Touch
Settings, and go to Apps > App twin. Enable App twin as required.
When App twin is enabled for an app, two app icons are displayed for the app on the home screen.
This means that you can log in to two accounts at the same time. Touch and hold the twinned app
icon on the home screen to quickly disable App twin.
Introduction to Google Apps
Google apps, such as Gmail, Google Chrome, and Google Play Music, are available in Google's service
areas to meet your business, social networking, and entertainment needs.
If you're having trouble using the apps, check the in-app help or visit https://support.google.com.
Customize App Permissions to Use Your Phone Your
Way
Worried about third-party apps obtaining too many important permissions and disclosing your
personal information? You can monitor the permissions of each app and deny unwanted permissions.
Disabling a permission may cause an app function to become unavailable. For example, if the
location permission for a map app is disabled, the app will be unable to provide you with location
and navigation services.
Set app permissions: Want to deny unwanted permissions? Open
Settings, and go to Apps >
Apps, select the app and touch Permissions on the App info screen and then enable or disable the
unwanted permissions.
Check and modify permissions: Want to check which apps are allowed important permissions?
Open
Settings and touch Apps > Permissions, select the permission you want to view and
touch the switch next to an app to allow or deny the permission for that app.
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Set Up Do Not Disturb Mode
Do not disturb mode blocks calls from strangers and only notifies you when you receive calls and
messages from chosen contacts.
Open
Settings, then go to Sounds > Do not disturb to do the following:
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Do not disturb: Touch Do not disturb to immediately enable or disable this function.
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Schedule rule: Prevent interruptions at set times, such as weekends or evenings. Touch Scheduled
to set the time period and repeat cycle.
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Allow calls from important contacts: Select Calls, then select Contacts only or Favourites
only.
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Allow messages from important contacts: Select Messages, then select Contacts only or
Favourites only.
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Allow repeated calls to ring: Repeated calls is enabled by default. Your device will ring when
the same phone number calls more than once within 3 minutes.
Configure the Sound Settings
The availability and functionality of certain features may vary according to the device model, due
to software and hardware differences.
Stereo sound in landscape mode: With the Stereo+ feature enabled by default, your Phone will
automatically switch to stereo sound when in landscape mode so you can enjoy stereo sound when
watching movies or gaming. To disable this feature, open
Settings, go to Sounds > More sound
settings, and disable Stereo+.
Adjust system volume: Press a volume button and slide to adjust the media volume. Alternatively,
to display the sound settings screen and adjust the ringtone, media, and alarm volume
touch
from there.
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You can also adjust the volume in the system settings. Open
Settings, then touch Sounds
and slide to adjust the volume.
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On the sound settings screen, touch Default volume button control and select Ringtone
volume. You can now use the Volume buttons to adjust the ringtone volume.
Switch between sound, vibration, and silent mode: Swipe down the notification panel. Touch
to switch between Sound mode, Silent mode, and Vibration mode.
Enable keypad and notification sounds: Open
Settings, and go to Sounds > More sound
settings to enable or disable keypad touch sounds, notification sounds, and touch vibrations.
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Set your Phone to Silent mode: From the Sounds screen, enable Silent mode, then enable Silent
mode and Vibrate in silent mode. Now when you receive an incoming call, your screen will light up
and your device will vibrate.
Customize your ringtone and notification sounds: From the Sounds screen, choose a ringtone or
notification sound according to your preferences.
Enable Eye Comfort Mode to Prevent Eye Strain
Do your eyes get tired and sore after looking at your Phone for a long time? Eye comfort mode can
effectively reduce blue-light and adjust the screen to warmer colors, relieving eye fatigue and
protecting your eyesight.
Enable Eye comfort mode: Open
Settings, go to Display > Eye comfort, and enable Eye
comfort. The Eye comfort mode icon
will be displayed in the status bar. Once Eye comfort mode
is enabled, blue light will be filtered out and the screen will take on a yellow tint.
Quickly enable or disable Eye comfort mode: Swipe down from the status bar to open the
notification panel. From the notification panel, expand the shortcuts panel, then enable or disable
.
Enable Eye comfort mode at set times: You can configure your Phone to enable Eye comfort mode
for a set period of time each day. When Eye comfort mode is disabled, open
Settings, go to
Display > Eye comfort, and enable Scheduled, then set your desired Start and End.
Adjust the color temperature in Eye comfort mode: Once Eye comfort mode is enabled, blue
light will be filtered out and the screen will take on a mild yellow tint. This is normal and does not
indicate an issue of your device. You can adjust the color temperature as needed. After you have
enabled Eye comfort, you can adjust the color temperature slider for a cooler or warmer screen
color.
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After using your mobile phone for half an hour, rest your eyes for 10 minutes.
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While you are resting, look into the distance to adjust the focusing muscles of your eyes and
avoid eye fatigue.
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Cultivating good eye care habits will protect your vision and prevent near-sightedness.
More Display Settings
Use Shortcuts to Access Frequently Used Features
If you touch and hold an app icon and no shortcut is created, the app does not support home
screen shortcuts.
Each app supports up to four frequently used features. These are preset by the app and cannot be
changed.
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Quickly access frequently used app features: Touch and hold an app icon, and then touch a
frequently used feature to access it. For example, to take a selfie, touch and hold the Camera icon,
and then touch Selfie in the pop-up menu to create a selfie shortcut.
Add shortcuts to your home screen: Touch and hold an app icon on your home screen to bring up
the menu. Touch and hold the desired feature and drag it to your home screen to create a shortcut.
For example, you can add a shortcut for the camera's selfie feature to the home screen.
Change the Display Settings
Open
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Settings, touch Display, and you can:
Display full screen: Go to More display settings > Full screen display to set apps to display in
full screen mode as required.
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Configure the notch display settings: Go to More display settings > Notch to configure the
notch display settings.
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Change the image and font size: Touch Text and display size and drag the sliders to suit your
needs.
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Adjust the color temperature: Go to Color mode & temperature. You can choose from the preset Default, Warm, or Cold options recommended by the system. Alternatively, touch anywhere on
the circle or drag the spot to adjust the color temperature manually.
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Automatically adjust the screen resolution: Touch Screen resolution and enable Smart
resolution. Your Phone will then automatically adjust the screen resolution to save power.
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Display more information on the status bar: Touch More display settings, then enable
Display carrier name or Display network speed according to your preference.
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Change the screen-on time: Touch Sleep and select how long the screen will remain on before
turning off due to inactivity.
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Storage
Enable Memory Cleanup
Your Phone may slow down over time as your storage space gets smaller. Use Memory cleanup to free
up storage space, improve system performance, and keep your Phone running smoothly.
Open
Phone Manager, then touch Cleanup to clean up memory and clear the cache to optimize
performance. If your storage space is still low, perform a deep clean to free up additional storage
space.
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Smart Assistance
Access Phone Functions from Anywhere with
Navigation Dock
In order to close an app or return to the home screen, you must use the navigation bar at the bottom
of your Phone. You can enable the Navigation dock feature on your Phone to avoid using navigation
buttons and to comfortably operate your device with one hand.
Settings. Go to System > System navigation > Navigation dock and enable
Open
Navigation dock. The Navigation dock will appear on the screen. You can then drag it to your
preferred location. The Navigation dock can perform the following actions:
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Back: Touch the Navigation dock once to go back one step, or touch it twice to go back two steps.
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Home: Touch and hold the Navigation dock and then release it to go to the home screen.
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View background apps: Touch and hold the Navigation dock and then swipe left or right to view
any apps that are running in the background.
Use a Flip Cover to Protect Your Phone
A flip cover not only protects your Phone from external damage, but also allows you to view the date,
time, and notifications, answer phone calls, listen to music, and turn off alarms through its display
window.
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For best results, it is recommended that you purchase and use an official Huawei flip cover
from Vmall.
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Different models of Phone support different types of protective cases. Please check the case
types supported before making a purchase.
Enable Smart cover mode: Open
Settings, go to Smart assistance > Smart cover, and
enable Smart cover. Based on the type of flip cover you are using, enable or disable Window.
Open or close a flip cover: Your Phone detects the magnetic chip in the flip cover using Hall sensor.
This means that when you close the cover, your Phone automatically locks the screen as well. As you
open the cover, the magnetic chip can no longer be detected and your device's screen automatically
lights up.
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Close a flip cover without window: If you close the cover when your device is on standby, your
Phone will automatically lock the screen.
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Close a flip cover with window: After closing the cover, you can still view the date, time,
weather, charging information, notifications, step count, music or alarm screen, and other
information through the display window. If your current location is different from your home city,
the time and weather for both places will be displayed.
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Smart Assistance
Answer calls: If you are using a flip cover without a window, you can close the cover and continue
with the current call. To hang up, open the cover to end the call. If your flip cover has a display
window, from the incoming call screen, drag
to
to
to answer the call. To hang up the call, drag
.
Play music: Closing the flip cover will not stop music playback. If your flip cover has a display
window, you can touch
or
to switch between songs. Touch
or
to pause or resume
playback.
Silence alarms: To silence a ringing alarm, open and close the flip cover or press the Power button.
Your Phone will continue to give you alarm reminders according to the snooze settings. If your flip
cover has a display window, you can disable the alarm by swiping the screen as prompted or touch
the screen to silence it.
Enable or Disable Mistouch Prevention
Enable Mistouch prevention to prevent unintended operations resulted from accidental touches on
the screen.
Go to
Settings > Smart assistance to enable or disable Mistouch prevention as required.
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System
Change Input Method
Change the input method on your Phone according to your personal preference.
Switch input method: Open
Settings, go to System > Language & input > Default
keyboard, and select an input method.
Accessibility
Enable TalkBack to Have Onscreen Content Read Aloud
Your Phone can read aloud content on the screen that you touch, select, or activate, helping you
access content even when you can't see the screen clearly.
1
Open
Settings and go to Smart assistance > Accessibility > TalkBack to enter the TalkBack
settings screen.
2
Enable TalkBack and touch OK. Your device will launch a tutorial when you enable TalkBack for
the first time. If you need to listen to the tutorial again, touch
to enter the TalkBack service
settings screen, or touch More settings to enter the TalkBack settings screen, then launch the
tutorial.
3
or More settings, then enable Explore by touch. Your device will read out content
Touch
that you touch.
You may have enabled TalkBack by accident. To disable TalkBack, press and hold the Volume up and
down buttons for at least three seconds, or press and hold the Power button until your device
vibrates, then touch the screen with two fingers for at least three seconds.
Learn TalkBack Gestures
TalkBack uses a special set of gestures. When TalkBack is enabled, these gestures are required to
interact with your device.
To disable TalkBack, press and hold the Volume up and down buttons for at least three seconds,
or press and hold the Power button until your device vibrates, then touch the screen with two
fingers for at least three seconds.
Navigate the screen: Swipe up or down with two fingers to scroll through screen. Swipe left or right
to move between pages and screens.
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System
Single-tap on focused item: Touch an item with one finger to select it (not open it). Your device will
read out the content of the selected item.
Double-tap to activate an item: Double-tap any part of the screen using one finger to confirm your
selection from the previous step.
For example, if you want to open Settings, touch the Settings icon once with one finger, then touch
twice anywhere on the screen.
Other gestures:
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Swipe right with one finger on the screen to move to the next item.
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Swipe left with one finger on the screen to move to the previous item.
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Swipe down with one finger on the screen to move to the item downwards.
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Swipe up with one finger on the screen to move to the item upwards.
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Swipe down then right with one finger on the screen to open the global TalkBack menu. You
can quickly access certain TalkBack features here.
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Swipe up then right with one finger on the screen to open the local TalkBack menu. You can set
browsing mode for TalkBack.
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Swipe down then left with one finger on the screen to return to the previous screen. This serves
as the Back key.
Customize TalkBack Settings
After enabling TalkBack on your Phone, you can enable or disable sound feedback, adjust the sound
feedback volume, and configure gestures and other settings to your preference.
Open
Settings, go to Smart assistance > Accessibility > TalkBack > More settings, and
enable or disable sound feedback, adjust the volume, and configure gestures and other settings.
Use Text-to-Speech Output with TalkBack
The text-to-speech feature can read aloud texts on the screen of your Phone. It can also be used with
TalkBack to help you interact with your Phone when you can't read content on your screen clearly.
Open
Settings, go to Smart assistance > Accessibility > Text-to-speech, then configure your
preferred engine and adjust the speech rate and pitch.
Enable Color Correction
Color correction enables your device to compensate for color blindness.
When color correction is enabled, users with normal color vision may have difficulty viewing some
colors.
Open
Settings, go to Smart assistance > Accessibility > Color correction, then enable Color
correction. Touch Correction mode to select the required color correction mode.
Use Select to Speak
Enable Select to Speak to hear selected screen content read aloud.
Open
Settings, go to Smart assistance > Accessibility > Select to Speak, enable Select to
Speak, and touch OK. The
icon will be displayed in the lower right corner of your screen. You
can also:
Read text on images: Touch More settings, then enable Read text on images.
To use Select to Speak, touch the
icon, then tap texts or images with text on your screen to
hear content read aloud.
You need to use the three-key navigation method for this feature to work.
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General Settings
Change Your System Language
You can change the system language on your Phone as needed.
Open
Settings, go to System > Language & input > Language and region, then select the
language you want to use. If the language you want to use is not listed, touch Add language to
search for additional languages. You can also touch Region to select the country/region. The system
interface is displayed according to the local habits of the selected region.
Set the System Date and Time
If you travel abroad or change your SIM card, your Phone will automatically display the date and time
provided by the local mobile network. You can also adjust the date and time manually, change the
time format, or set dual clocks on your lock screen.
Open
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Settings, and go to System > Date & time. From here you can:
Change the date and time: Enable Set automatically to sync your device's date and time with
that of your mobile network. Disable Set automatically to set your date and time manually.
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Change the time zone: Enable Set automatically to sync your device's time zone with that of
your mobile network. Disable Set automatically to set your time zone manually.
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Change the time format: Enable 24-hour time to set your time format to 24 hours. Disable 24hour time to set your time format to 12 hours.
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Set dual clocks on your lock screen: When you are roaming outside of your home country, your
Phone will automatically display the local date and time provided by the local mobile network.
Enable Dual clocks and set Home city to display dual clocks on your lock screen. One clock will
display the local time and the other clock will display the time in your home country.
Print Documents and Photos from Your Phone
Connect your Phone to a printer over Wi-Fi to print out documents and photos with ease.
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Mopria allows you to print directly from your Phone to a Mopria-certified printer. The printer
connects to your Phone over Wi-Fi.
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If your printer is not Mopria-certified, contact the printer manufacturer to obtain a plug-in for
your model.
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Connect your Phone and printer to the same Wi-Fi network.
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Connect to your printer's hotspot: If your printer has a wireless hotspot, follow the
instructions in the printer manual to enable the hotspot and set a password. On your Phone,
open
Settings and go to Wireless & networks > Wi-Fi. Enable Wi-Fi, select the printer
hotspot, and then follow the onscreen instructions to establish the connection.
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System
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Connect with Wi-Fi Direct: If your printer supports Wi-Fi Direct, follow the instructions in the
printer manual to enable this feature. On your Phone, open
& networks > Wi-Fi. Enable Wi-Fi, touch
Settings, and go to Wireless
> Wi-Fi Direct, and then select your printer
from the list of detected devices.
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Connect to your router: On your printer, enable Wi-Fi and connect to your home router. On
your Phone, open
Settings and go to Wireless & networks > Wi-Fi. Enable Wi-Fi, select
your router, and then follow the onscreen instructions to complete the settings.
2
Settings, go to Device connectivity > Printing > Default Print Service, and check
Open
that Default Print Service is enabled. Select a printer from the search results and follow the
onscreen instructions to manually add the printer.
3
You can now print directly from your Phone:
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Print an image: Go to Gallery. Open the image that you want to print, go to More > Print
or export to PDF, and then follow the onscreen instructions to send the image to the printer.
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Print a webpage: In your browser, open the webpage that you want to print, and then select
the print option from the menu.
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Print a document: Open the document that you want to print in a productivity app and select
the print option from the menu.
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Print a note: Open
Notepad. Open the note that you want to print, touch Print, and
then follow the onscreen instructions to send the note to the printer.
Enable Gloves Mode
Gloves mode makes it easier to use your phone when you are wearing gloves on cold winter days.
Go to
Settings > Smart assistance, and enable Gloves mode.
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System
Set Scheduled Power On/Off
Use the Schedule power on/off feature to power your Phone on and off at set times in order to save
power and prevent interruptions while resting.
Open
Settings, go to Smart assistance > Scheduled power on/off, enable Scheduled power
on/off, then set the power on and power off times as well as the repeat cycle. Your device will power
on and off automatically at the selected times.
To disable Scheduled power on/off, toggle the switch off.
View Memory and Storage Status
Unsure of how much memory and storage you have left after using your Phone for a long time? You
can view your Phone's memory and storage information to help you monitor your memory and
storage use and decide whether to perform a cleanup.
Not all devices support memory cards.
Open
Settings, and touch Storage to view the memory usage, and free up more space in a
timely manner based on the available storage space.
Clean up space: Select CLEAN UP, you can view the usage details of apps. Based on the scan result,
you can also manually clean up the system as recommended or specify items to clean up.
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System Update
Update the Phone System Online
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Before installing the update, connect your Phone to the Internet. Online updates consume
mobile data, so it is recommended that you use a Wi-Fi network.
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Make sure that the battery level remains above 30% during the update.
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Using unauthorized third-party software to update your Phone may damage your Phone or put
your personal information at risk. You are advised to update your Phone online or bring your
Phone and proof of purchase to an authorized Huawei Customer Service Center for updates.
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Back up important data before updating your Phone.
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After the update, certain third-party apps, such as e-banking and game apps, may be
incompatible with the new system. Regularly update such third-party apps to fix compatibility
issues.
1
Open
2
Go to System > Software update. When the system detects a new version, go to New version
> DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL.
Settings.
To disable system updates, go to
and disable Auto-download over Wi-Fi.
Phone updates take some time. Do not perform any operations during the update. After an update,
your Phone will automatically restart.
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Legal Notice
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The product described in this manual may include copyrighted software of Huawei and possible
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decrypt, extract, reverse engineer, lease, assign, or sublicense the said software, unless such
restrictions are prohibited by applicable laws or such actions are approved by respective copyright
holders.
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, and
are trademarks or registered trademarks of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
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The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. is under license.
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The N-Mark is a trademark or registered trademark of NFC Forum, Inc. in the United States and
in other countries.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Dolby Atmos, and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Other trademarks, product, service and company names mentioned may be the property of their
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Notice
Some features of the product and its accessories described herein rely on the software installed,
capacities and settings of local network, and therefore may not be activated or may be limited by
local network operators or network service providers.
Thus, the descriptions herein may not exactly match the product or its accessories which you
purchase.
Huawei reserves the right to change or modify any information or specifications contained in this
manual without prior notice and without any liability.
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Third-Party Software Statement
Huawei does not own the intellectual property of the third-party software and applications that are
delivered with this product. Therefore, Huawei will not provide any warranty of any kind for third
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Third-party software and applications services may be interrupted or terminated at any time, and
Huawei does not guarantee the availability of any content or service. Third-party service providers
provide content and services through network or transmission tools outside of the control of Huawei.
To the greatest extent permitted by applicable law, it is explicitly stated that Huawei shall not
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termination of third-party contents or services.
Huawei shall not be responsible for the legality, quality, or any other aspects of any software installed
on this product, or for any uploaded or downloaded third-party works in any form, including but not
limited to texts, images, videos, or software etc. Customers shall bear the risk for any and all effects,
including incompatibility between the software and this product, which result from installing software
or uploading or downloading the third-party works.
This product is based on the open-source Android™ platform. Huawei has made necessary changes to
the platform. Therefore, this product may not support all the functions that are supported by the
standard Android platform or may be incompatible with third-party software. Huawei does not
provide any warranty or representation in connect with any such compatibility and expressly excludes
all liability in connection with such matters.
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Import and Export Regulations
Customers shall comply with all applicable export or import laws and regulations and be responsible
to obtain all necessary governmental permits and licenses in order to export, re-export or import the
product mentioned in this manual including the software and technical data therein.
Personal Information and Data Security
The use of some functions or third-party applications on your device could result in your personal
information and data being lost or becoming accessible to others. Use the following measures to help
you protect your personal information:
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Put your device in a safe place to prevent unauthorized use.
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Set your device screen to lock and set a password or unlock pattern.
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Periodically back up personal information stored on your SIM card, memory card, or your device
memory. If you change to a different device, be sure to move or delete any personal information on
your old device.
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Do not open messages or emails from strangers to prevent your device from becoming infected
with a virus.
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When using your device to browse the Internet, do not visit websites that might pose a security risk
to avoid your personal information from being stolen.
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If you use services such as the portable Wi-Fi hotspot or Bluetooth, set passwords for these services
to prevent unauthorized access. Turn these services off when they are not in use.
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Install device security software and regularly scan for viruses.
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Be sure to obtain third-party applications from a legitimate source. Downloaded third-party
applications should be scanned for viruses.
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Install security software or patches released by Huawei or authorized third-party application
providers.
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Using unauthorized third-party software to update your device may damage your device or put your
personal information at risk. It is recommended that you update through your device's online
update feature or download official update packages for your device model from Huawei.
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Some applications require and transmit location information. As a result, a third-party may be able
to share your location information.
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Some third-party application providers may collect detection and diagnostic information on your
device to improve their products and services.
Obtaining help
Read the Quick Start Guide included with your phone.
Touch Settings > System > About phone > Legal to read the legal information.
Visit http://consumer.huawei.com/en/ for more information.
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This guide is for reference only. The actual product, including but not limited to the
color, size, and screen layout, may vary. All statements, information, and
recommendations in this guide do not constitute a warranty of any kind, express or
implied.
Please visit http://consumer.huawei.com/en/support/hotline for recent updated
hotline and email address in your country or region.
Model: EVR-N29
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