Motorola | MOTO Q 9h Global | Getting Started Guide

Quick Start Guide
Technology promised to make things easier... but then it
gave you more to do—phone calls, e-mails, music,
photos, videos, the Internet, and more. It’s time to take
back control. It’s time to meet the MOTO Q™ 9h.
My Phone, My Way Use your photos for wallpaper, use
your songs for your ringtones, use new programs that
you load onto your phone... you get the idea.
Anytime Entertainment Load video and music files to
make a media library that goes anywhere.
Work Remotely Check e-mail and edit
Microsoft® Office documents from anywhere in the
For help, press Start > Help and QuickStart Guide. For more
information, videos, or Web tutorials, visit
Note: Before using your phone for the
first time, be sure to review the important safety information in the user’s
guide. Periodically review this information so you remember how to safely use
your phone.
e-mail & messages
set up e-mail
e-mail & messages
You can use your MOTO Q 9h to access most e-mail
providers. E-mail service depends on your e-mail
service provider. If you have problems setting up
e-mail or synchronizing, please visit or call the Motorola
Customer Support Center at 852-25063888
set up your personal e-mail
If you have MSN or Hotmail, you can just press Start
> Windows Live > Sign in to Windows Live (not available on all
networks). Enter your address and password, then
choose the options you want.
If you do not have MSN or Hotmail, use the following
process (your phone’s menus might be different):
Press Start > Messaging > New E-Mail Account.
Enter your e-mail address, then press Next.
Enter your e-mail user name and password, then
press Next.
If your phone finds your account settings, it
automatically fills in the following screens. Just
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enter your password and press Next for each screen.
If your phone cannot find your settings, ask your
e-mail provider for your settings and enter them in
the following screens.
Press Finish to download e-mail now.
If your e-mail account is not configured for POP or IMAP
access, ask your e-mail provider how to change your
configuration. If your e-mail provider does not provide
IMAP or POP access on your account, you may use the
Web browser to access your e-mail.
set up your work e-mail
Note: This describes setup for Microsoft® Exchange
server e-mail. To get the information requested in these
steps, contact the e-mail administrator for your
enterprise or company. Your phone’s menus might be
Press Start > ActiveSync, then press Menu > Add Server Source.
Enter the Exchange Server Address (if necessary, check
This server requires an encrypted (SSL) connection), then press Next.
Enter your User Name and Password (if necessary, enter
the server’s Domain), then press Next.
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Choose if you want to synchronize Contacts, Calendar,
Email, and Tasks, then press Finish.
Press Sync to synchronize with the Exchange server.
Tip: To change how often your phone checks for
e-mail, press Start > ActiveSync, then press Menu
> Schedule. To conserve battery life, choose a longer
read e-mail
When you receive a message your phone plays
an alert and shows Test Message with a message
indicator (such as C).
Find it: On the home screen, press Start > Messaging
> (e-mail account).
If you do not see a list of messages, press Menu > Folders
> Inbox. To return to the folder list, press Menu > Folders.
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Shortcut: Here are some shortcut keys you can press
when you have an inbox open. Press and hold them
when you have a message open:
list shortcuts
reply all
send e-mail
After you’ve set up your e-mail, press Start > Messaging
> (e-mail account), then press Menu > New. You can create
and send an e-mail just like on your computer.
Tip: To add a picture, voice note, or file to an e-mail
message, open the message area and press Menu > Insert
> Picture, Voice Note, or File.
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text entry
Press b to switch entry modes.
For indicator descriptions,
see the following section.
Text Messages
Flashing cursor indicates
insertion point.
Press Menu to open the
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entry modes
Enters the letter shown on a key
(such as Q).
Enters the small symbol or number on the
next key pressed (such as !), then returns
to the previous text entry mode.
Enters the small symbols and numbers on
the keys until you press b again.
To delete characters, press D.
To start a new line, press j.
To enter capital letters, press k. Press it once
for just the next letter, or twice for all letters.
To choose from a list of symbols, press
press S down.
As you enter letters, your phone might
try to predict theword. For instance, it
might predict “program” when you
enter “prog”. To accept the prediction,
press S right. To see alternate predictions,
hold S down. To enter a space after your characters
(such as “prog”), press f.
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load contacts
To load the contacts from your last phone, just insert
your Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card. Your
MOTO Q 9h reads any contacts your last phone stored
on the SIM. If there aren’t any contacts on your SIM,
check your old phone’s manual to see if you can copy its
contacts to the SIM or to Microsoft® Outlook on your
To load the Microsoft Outlook contacts from your
computer, use Microsoft ActiveSync or
Windows® Mobile Device Center as described in the
synchronizing section of your MOTO Q 9h User Guide.
media player
Your phone uses Windows® Media Player Mobile to play
the following types of files: WMA, WMV, MP3, AAC,
eAAC, eAAC+, WAV, MP4, M4A, 3GP, MIDI, and
Real Audio.
Find it: Press [
Windows Media
Now Playing
To play or pause a music or video file, press j.
To update the file list (if you loaded new files),
press Menu > Update Library.
To skip to the previous or next file, press the
navigation key S left or right.
To increase or decrease the volume, press the
navigation key S up or down.
Tip: To mute and unmute sound, press #.
To switch to full screen video playback, press 0.
To fast forward or rewind, press and hold the
navigation key S left or right.
set media player controls
You can set up keys to control the media player.
From the media player, press Menu and select Options.
Select Buttons.
Scroll to the media player action you want, to assign
a button or key press.
Press Menu and choose Assign, Reset, or None.
Once you have assigned key presses to the media
player controls, press OK and Done to complete the set
insert a memory card
You can use a removable microSD storage card with your
phone to store multimedia content (such as music,
pictures, videos, applications, and files).
Note: Your phone supports microSD cards up to 2GB. To
save storage space on your phone, move media files
(pictures, videos, music) to a storage card as often as
Open the memory slot cover by gently lifting the
cover away from the phone as shown.
Insert the storage card into
its slot, with the card’s metal
contacts facing down.
Place the storage card cover
back in place and push it to
close it.
Caution: Do not remove your storage card while your
phone is using or writing files on it. Don’t bend or scratch
your storage card. Keep it away from static electricity,
water, and dirt.
Tip: You can use File Manager to sort, view, copy, and
move files on your phone or storage card. On the home
screen, press Start > File Manager
load media files
Note: You must have Microsoft® ActiveSync or
Windows® Mobile Device Center installed on your PC.
Microsoft ActiveSync is included on your
Getting Started Disc and is described in your MOTO Q 9h
User Guide.
Connect the phone to your PC.
To use a Bluetooth™ connection, turn
Bluetooth on: Press Start > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Manager
> Settings, then toggle Status to Bluetooth ON. The
Bluetooth indicator O appears in the home screen.
You might need to configure settings on your PC
To use a cable
connection, turn on
your phone and
connect the data
cable provided with
your phone to the
USB port on your
In ActiveSync on your PC, select Explore and
double-click My Windows Mobile device.
On your computer, find the files you would like to
copy to your device and drag them into the folder
where you want them (such as My Documents).
Your files are now available on your phone. In the
media player, press Menu > Update Library to see the
flight mode
You can turn off your phone’s network and
Bluetooth™ services to safely use your address book,
games, camera, and music when network access is
prohibited (such as during flights and in hospitals).
Press and hold X until the Quick List appears, then select
Wireless Manager > All.
1.The feature detailed here may be a network, subscription and SIM card or
service provider dependent feature and not available in all areas.
2.BluetoothTM headset and its accessories are optional accessories. Accessory
that may not be included with phone purchase.
Notes: The functions available on this handset may vary in different regions
and nations. Please contact your local customer services centres, agencies or
retailers if you have any question about the handset functions.
The pictures and simulated screenshots are enhanced to show details for ease
of reference. Please refer to your handset for actuality.
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property of their respective owners.
© Motorola, Inc., 2007.
manual number : 6802935J48
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