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Motorola MOTO Q 9HMOTO Getting Started Manual

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  • Page 1 Getting Started Guide Moto Q 9h MOTO...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Welcome to AT&T Contents What’s in the Box? Set Up Your MOTO Q 9h Insert the SIM Card & Battery Charge the Battery Insert a Memory Card Get to Know Your MOTO Q 9h Use Your MOTO Q 9h Learn to Navigate &...
  • Page 4 Contents Sync Your Phone With Your Computer Sync Contacts, Calendar, Email, Music, & More Photos & Videos Take a Photo & Send It View Your Pictures Record a Video Clip Picture and Video Options Play a Video Clip Music AT&T Music™ Tips &...
  • Page 5: Welcome To At&T

    Welcome to AT&T What’s in the Box? Welcome to AT&T Thank you for purchasing the MOTO Q™ 9h. Take note of the components in the box, pictured on the right. To get started, we recommend the following: • Carefully follow the step-by-step Instructions in this guide to set up your MOTO Q 9h phone.
  • Page 6: Set Up Your Moto Q 9H

    Set Up Your MOTO Q 9h Insert the SIM Card & Battery Set Up Your MOTO Q 9h Caution: Don’t bend or scratch from static electricity, water, and dirt. Your SIM card contains your phone number and information like your list of contacts.
  • Page 7: Charge The Battery

    Set Up Your MOTO Q 9h Charge the Battery New batteries are not fully charged. Plug the battery charger into your phone and an electrical outlet. It might take several seconds for charging to start. During charging, you should see a light around the navigation key.
  • Page 8: Insert A Memory Card

    Set Up Your MOTO Q 9h Insert a Memory Card You can use a removable microSD memory card to store music, pictures, videos, and other files. To see the files, press Start > Applications > File Manager. For the maximum card size your phone supports, check 1.
  • Page 9: Get To Know Your Moto Q 9H

    Set Up Your MOTO Q 9h Get to Know Your MOTO Q 9h Turn On Your Phone To turn on your phone, press and release prompted, enter your password or SIM unlock code. To turn off your phone, press and hold 3 seconds, then release it.
  • Page 10: Meet Your Icons

    Set Up Your MOTO Q 9h Meet Your Icons Status indicators can appear at the top of the home screen: 1. Shows when you missed a call. 2. Shows when you have new voicemail. 3. Shows for a new message, when Bluetooth power is 4.
  • Page 11: Lock Your Phone Keypad

    Set Up Your MOTO Q 9h Lock Your Phone Keypad You can manually lock your phone to prevent accidental key presses To lock your phone, press To unlock your keypad, press Unlock and enter your password. Your phone uses * if you have not set a password.
  • Page 12 Set Up Your MOTO Q 9h To change your ringer and sound profile from the home screen, press and hold open the Quick List. Then scroll to a profile, such as Normal, Silent, or Vibrate, and press the center key To change the sound for alerts or other events, press Start >...
  • Page 13: Use Your Moto Q 9H

    Use Your MOTO Q 9h Learn to Navigate & Type Use Your MOTO Q 9h Home Screen 12:00 PM AT&T 12/31/2008 Staff Meeting 10:00 AM Meeting Room A Profile: Normal Start Start Contacts Menu Screen Start Messaging Contacts Calendar ActiveSync Tip: Press the Back Key n ATT Music Cellular Video MEdia Net...
  • Page 14 Use Your MOTO Q 9h To enter text (such as in a new text message): Text Messages 0/160 Send Menu Enters the letter shown on a key (such as Q). To capitalize the next letter, press once. to capitalize all letters, press Ã...
  • Page 15: Connect To At&T

    Use Your MOTO Q 9h As you enter letters, your phone might try to predict the word. Predicted text has an orange arrow below it. To accept the prediction, press right. To see alternate predictions, hold the down arrow on .
  • Page 16: Make Phone Calls

    Use Your MOTO Q 9h Make Phone Calls From the home screen, enter a phone number then press To voice dial, press and hold followed by a number or contact name. When your phone rings and/or vibrates, press press • To send an incoming call directly to your voicemail, press Ignore. •...
  • Page 17: Set Up Voicemail

    Use Your MOTO Q 9h Set Up Voicemail 1. Press and hold the key to call the voicemail system. The voicemail system asks you to: 2. Create your password. 3. Record your name. 4. Record a greeting. Check Voicemail When you see the voicemail message indicator at the top of your display, press and hold the key to check your voicemail.
  • Page 18: Internet

    Internet Browse the Web Internet To open your Web browser, press • To go to a Web page, press Action > Go to. Enter the Web address and press OK. • To go to a link in a Web page, use the navigation key to highlight the link center key...
  • Page 19: Email & Messaging

    Email & Messaging Set Up Personal Email Email & Messaging Your Windows® Mobile powered phone can connect to personal email accounts like Yahoo! Premium, AOL and Comcast. To set up these accounts on your MOTO Q 9h, you can use Xpress Mail™ or Microsoft® Outlook. AT&T recommends Xpress Mail because it offers automated setup and synchronization, so that changes and deletions on your MOTO Q 9h appear in your email account.
  • Page 20 Email & Messaging 4. Press Yes (the Left Soft Key) to continue the download. 5. Press OK (the Right Soft Key) to accept the license agreement. 6. In Mobile Number, enter your 10-digit mobile (cell) number, then press Next (the Right Soft Key).
  • Page 21 Email & Messaging 11. After successfully registering, your MOTO Q 9h automatically displays the XM Settings section. Press the Right Soft Key to go to open your mail. Set Up Personal Email with Microsoft® Outlook Mobile > New E-Mail Account. 1.
  • Page 22: Set Up Corporate Email

    Email & Messaging Set Up Corporate Email Your Windows® Mobile powered phone can connect to corporate email accounts like Microsoft® Exchange or Lotus Notes. These accounts are managed by your IT organization. To set up these accounts on your MOTO Q 9h, you can use Xpress Mail™...
  • Page 23 Email & Messaging 3. On the download page, click Download. 4. Click the Open or Run button to download the software. 5. Click Yes to install the software. 6. Click Next to begin setup, and follow the on-screen instructions. When prompted for a user name and password, use those created in step 2 of this procedure.
  • Page 24 Email & Messaging account before using Good Mobile Messaging. Set-up instructions for Good will be sent to you via email upon your account activation. Microsoft® Direct Push Microsoft Direct Push provides wireless access to your corporate Microsoft email, contacts, calendar and tasks. Activate a “PDA Enterprise for Microsoft Direct Push” data plan on your AT&T wireless account before using Direct Push.
  • Page 25: Send And Receive Email

    Email & Messaging Send and Receive Email After you set up your email, you can create and send an email just like on your computer. When you receive messages, 1. Press 2. Select your email account (your provider name or Xpress Mail). To write a new message, press Menu >...
  • Page 26: Text & Mms Messages

    Email & Messaging Text & MMS Messages In addition to email, you can send and receive text (SMS) and multimedia (MMS) messages. Send Text and Multimedia Messages > Text Messages or MMS 1. Press 2. Press Menu > New. 3. Enter the contact telephone number. Tip: To quickly enter your contacts in To, press and select a contact.
  • Page 27 Email & Messaging Read Text and MMS Messages When you receive a message your phone plays an alert and shows New Message with a message indicator such as 1. On the home screen, press If you do not see your messages, press Menu > Folders > Inbox. navigation key 2.
  • Page 28: Instant Messaging

    Email & Messaging Instant Messaging If you subscribe to an instant messaging service such as Yahoo! Messenger, AIM®, or Windows® Live Messenger, you can take the convenience and fun of instant messaging on the go with your mobile phone. Sign In 1.
  • Page 29: Sync Your Phone With Your Computer

    Sync Your Phone With Your Computer Sync Contacts, Calendar, Email, Music, & More Sync Your Phone With Your Computer You can use Microsoft® ActiveSync version 4.5 or above, or Windows® Mobile Device Center to synchronize your personal information and files between your phone and desktop computer.
  • Page 30 Sync Your Phone With Your Computer Note: If you have wireless ActiveSync set up with an Exchange Server, you cannot also sync email, contacts and calendar with a PC running Microsoft Vista. However, you can synchronize media and transfer files through the cable connection. Sync Music and Other Files With Your Computer You will need: •...
  • Page 31 Sync Your Phone With Your Computer 3. On your computer, find the files you would like to copy to your phone and drag them into the folder where you want them (such as My Documents). 4. Your files are now available on your phone. In the media player, press Menu >...
  • Page 32: Photos & Videos

    Photos & Videos Take a Photo & Send It Photos & Videos 1. Press to open the camera viewfinder. 2. Point the camera lens at the photo subject. center key 3. Press the 4. Your phone saves the picture and shows it in the viewfinder.
  • Page 33: View Your Pictures

    Photos & Videos View Your Pictures > Thumbnails. 1. Press 2. Scroll to the picture and press View. To see pictures stored in another folder or on your memory card, press > Thumbnails, then press Menu > Folders > My Device and choose the folder. Record a Video Clip , then Menu >...
  • Page 34: Picture And Video Options

    Photos & Videos Picture and Video Options In the photo or video viewfinder press Menu > Options to open the options menu: • Camera: Set default save locations, video filename prefixes, and image compression level. • Video: Set audio and time limit settings for video files. In this menu, the General and Slideshow options are for picture files.
  • Page 35 Photos & Videos Note: To switch to full screen mode and back, press . Videos recorded in a low resolution may not play in full screen mode. While watching a video you can change your default view to full screen by pressing Menu > Options > Video. Then select Always and check Scale to fit window.
  • Page 36: Music

    Music AT&T Music™ Music AT&T Music™ is the ultimate, integrated, on-the-go music experience. Wherever you go, AT&T Music will connect you to your music with a touch of a button. You can listen to your music, discover the latest songs, music news, concert updates, streaming music, ringtones, Answer Tones™, and watch the latest music videos.
  • Page 37: Music Player

    Music Music Player After syncing or downloading music to your device (as described on page 30), you should update the library on your device. • To update the library, press > Music Player > Menu > Update Library > Done. •...
  • Page 38: Tips & Tricks

    Tips & Tricks Tips & Tricks From the home screen, you can use the following shortcuts: To... Do this... lock keypad Press your password (which is set to * until you change it). open your Use shortcut keys to access your AT&T Music music, camera and video messages, and...
  • Page 39 Tips & Tricks To... Do this... use the During a call, press speakerphone To reduce the backlight time out, press Start > System Tools extend battery > Settings > More... > Power Management > Backlight time out on life battery, then choose a short time. To extend email send/receive intervals, press email account, press Menu >...
  • Page 40: Troubleshooting

    AT&T Support: Go to, where you can select from a number of customer care options. You can also contact the AT&T Customer Support Center at 611 on your cell phone. Microsoft® Windows® Mobile and ActiveSync Support: Windows Mobile:
  • Page 41 MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license.
  • Page 42 Navigation Key Left Soft Key MEdia Net Key Call/Answer Key Home Key Function Key Calendar Key Contacts Key Center Select Key 12:00 PM AT&T Right Soft Key 12/31/2008 Staff Meeting 10:00 AM Meeting Room A Profile: Normal Start Contacts Messaging Key Power/End Key Enter Key Caps Key...
  • Page 43 microSD memory card slot Micro-USB Connector MOTO Q 9h 12:00 PM AT&T 12/31/2008 Staff Meeting 10:00 AM Meeting Room A Profile: Normal Start Contacts Microphone Side Scroll Key (up) Side Select Key Select highlighted items. Side Scroll Key (down) Back Keys...

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