For help, press Start > Help and QuickStart Guide. For more information, videos, or Web tutorials, visit www.motorola.com/support/q9h Note: Before using your phone for the first time, be sure to review the impor- tant safety information in the user’s guide.
E-mail service depends on your e-mail service provider. If you have problems setting up e-mail or synchronizing, please visit www.motorola.com/support/q9h 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 >...
e-mail & messages 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.
e-mail & messages 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 >...
e-mail & messages 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: function list shortcuts reply all reply mark read/unread move send e-mail After you’ve set up your e-mail, press Start > Messaging >...
e-mail & messages text entry Press b to switch entry modes. For indicator descriptions, see the following section. Text Messages 0/160 Flashing cursor indicates insertion point. Send Press Menu to open the Menu sub-menu.
e-mail & messages entry modes Enters the letter shown on a key (such as Q). Ã Enters the small symbol or number on the next key pressed (such as !), then returns to the previous text entry mode. Ä Enters the small symbols and numbers on the keys until you press b again.
e-mail & messages 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®...
entertainment media player entertainment 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 Adrenaline Playing 00:00 Now Playing •...
entertainment • 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 #. •...
entertainment 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 possible.
To use a Bluetooth™ connection, turn Bluetooth on: Press Start > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Manager > Settings, then toggle Status to Bluetooth ON. The Bluetooth indicator You might need to configure settings on your PC (see http://www.motorola.com/support/q9h). appears in the home screen.
entertainment To use a cable connection, turn on your phone and connect the data cable provided with your phone to the USB port on your computer. 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).
entertainment 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 until the Quick List appears, then select Wireless Manager >...
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