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    User Guide Nokia Lumia Icon...

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    Psst... This guide isn't all there is... There's a user guide in your phone – it's always with you, available when needed. On the start screen, swipe left, and tap Lumia Help+Tips. The instructions in this user guide are based on the latest available software version.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    User Guide Nokia Lumia Icon Contents For your safety Save on data roaming costs Get started Write text Keys and parts Scan codes or text Insert the SIM card Clock and calendar Remove the SIM card Browse your SIM apps...

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    Search the web Access codes Close internet connections Troubleshooting and support Entertainment Find your model number and serial number (IMEI) Watch and listen Product and safety info FM radio MixRadio Sync music and videos between your phone and computer Games Office Microsoft Office Mobile Write a note...

  • Page 5: For Your Safety

    For your safety Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or illegal. SWITCH OFF IN RESTRICTED AREAS Switch the device off when mobile phone use is not allowed or when it may cause interference or danger, for example, in aircraft, in hospitals or near medical equipment, fuel, chemicals, or blasting areas.

  • Page 6: Get Started

    Get started Get to grips with the basics, and have your phone up and running in no time. Keys and parts Explore the keys and parts of your new phone. SIM card holder Earpiece Connector for headphones and loudspeakers (3.5 mm) Front camera Proximity/Light sensor Volume keys...

  • Page 7: Insert The Sim Card

    Insert the SIM card Got a new SIM card? Learn how to insert it into your phone. Make sure your phone is switched off. 1. Use your fingernail to pull out the SIM tray. 2. Put the SIM in the tray with the contact area face up, and push the tray back into the phone.

  • Page 8: Switch The Phone On

    2. Take the card out. Switch the phone on Are you ready? Switch your phone on, and start exploring it. Press the power key until the phone vibrates. Switch the phone off Press and hold the power key, and drag the lock screen down. ©...

  • Page 9: Lock The Keys And Screen

    Lock the keys and screen Want to avoid accidentally making a call when your phone is in your pocket or bag? Press the power key. Unlock the keys and screen Press the power key, and drag the lock screen up. ©...

  • Page 10: Charge Your Phone

    Set the keys and screen to lock automatically On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap ALL SETTINGS > lock screen > Screen times out after, and select the length of time after which the keys and screen are locked automatically. Charge your phone Learn how to charge your phone.

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    3. When the battery is full, disconnect the charger from the phone, then from the wall outlet. You don't need to charge the battery for a specific length of time, and you can use the phone while it's charging. If the battery is completely discharged, it may take up to 20 minutes before the charging indicator is displayed.

  • Page 12: Connect The Headset

    Charge your phone wirelessly No need for hassle with cables, just pop your device on a wireless charger, and it immediately starts charging. You may need a wireless charging cover for wireless charging to work. The cover may be included in the sales box, or it may be sold separately. Only use original Lumia wireless charging covers designed for your phone.

  • Page 13: Antenna Locations

    Antenna locations Learn where the antennas are located on your phone to get the best possible performance. Avoid touching the antenna area while the antenna is in use. Contact with antennas affects the communication quality and may reduce battery life due to higher power level during operation.

  • Page 14: Your First Lumia

    Your first Lumia? Set up your phone Make the most out of your phone’s features from the get-go. When you switch your phone on for the first time, your phone guides you to set up your network connections, phone settings, and Microsoft account in one sitting.

  • Page 15: Explore Your Tiles, Apps, And Settings

    screen, tap ALL SETTINGS > email+accounts > add an account > Microsoft account, and follow the instructions shown on the phone. You can also create or manage your account at Explore your tiles, apps, and settings Everything you need is on 2 views: the start screen and apps menu. Fill the start screen with shortcuts to your favorite apps and the contacts you need the most, and find all your apps easily in the apps menu.

  • Page 16: Navigate Inside An App

    2. To add an app shortcut to your start screen, in the apps menu, tap and hold the app, and tap pin to start. Check notifications and change settings quickly Swipe down from the top of the screen. In the action center, you can quickly see notifications, such as your missed calls and unread mails and messages, open the camera, and access all phone settings.

  • Page 17: Use The Touch Screen

    Find more options in an app In the options menu, you can find additional settings and actions that are not shown as icons. Use the touch screen Explore your phone with a tap, swipe, or drag. 1. To use your phone, simply tap or tap and hold the touch screen. 2.

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    Example: To open an app or other item, tap the app or item. To edit or delete a calendar appointment, tap and hold the appointment, and select the appropriate option. Tip: You can even use your phone while wearing gloves. On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap ALL SETTINGS >...

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    Example: Swipe left or right between the start screen and the apps menu, or between different views in the hubs. To quickly scroll through a long list or menu, slide your finger quickly in a flicking motion up or down the screen, and lift your finger.

  • Page 20: Transfer Content To Your Lumia Phone

    Important: Avoid scratching the touch screen. Tip: The screen rotates automatically when you turn the phone 90 degrees. To lock the screen in its current orientation, on the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS > screen rotation. Switch Rotation lock to On .

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    Copy contacts Have your nearest and dearest instantly at your fingertips. Use the Transfer my Data app to easily copy your contacts, text messages, and pictures from your old phone. The app does not work with all phone models. Tip: If your old phone is a Windows Phone device, or if you have previously backed up your contacts to your Microsoft account, to import your contacts from the service, just sign in to your account on your phone.

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    Transfer content using your Microsoft account If your old phone is a Windows Phone, the easiest way to transfer your contacts, calendar, and text messages to your new Lumia phone is your Microsoft account. If you don't have a Microsoft account set up on your new Lumia phone yet, on the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap ALL SETTINGS >...

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    Use Nokia Suite to transfer your contacts, calendar entries, and photos from a Symbian or S40 phone to your Lumia phone. Make sure you have the latest Nokia Suite installed on your PC. You can download it from You need a Microsoft account to sign into OneDrive.

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    5. To sync the content to your Lumia phone, simply sign into your Microsoft account. For more info, go to, and see the FAQs on how to sync your Outlook contacts and calendar to Windows Phone. © 2015 Microsoft Mobile. All rights reserved.

  • Page 25: Basics

    Basics Learn how to get the most out of your new phone. What’s new in this release? Check some of the key things in this release at a glance. • Group your tiles on the start screen into folders. • Choose the snooze time and alarm tone to suit you. •...

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    terms. If you do not accept the terms, do not use the device or software. Instead contact Microsoft Mobile or the party from which you purchased the device to determine its return policy. Back, start, and search keys The back, start, and search keys help you navigate your phone. •...

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    Switch between views and apps Don't have all the apps you need on your start screen? Swipe to the apps menu to find them. Or check what’s already running on your phone and switch between the apps. To see all apps on your phone, on the start screen, simply swipe left. To return to the start screen, swipe right.

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    Check notifications on your phone Want to check your latest mails or messages quickly? Or to connect to a Wi-Fi network easily? You can quickly check notifications, change some settings, and more in the action center that opens from the top of the screen. The notification icon shows you have unread notifications.

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    • Open apps • Check for Wi-Fi networks, and connect to them • Quickly jump to settings 2. To close the menu, press the back key. Personalize the action center On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS >...

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    Use your phone in airplane mode In places where you don't want to make or receive calls, you can still access your music, videos, and offline games if you switch airplane mode on. Airplane mode closes connections to the mobile network and switches your device's wireless features off.

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    Your phone is connected to a 4G network. An LTE data connection is open. Data is transferred over a mobile data connection. Wi-Fi connection A Wi-Fi connection is available. A Wi-Fi connection is active. A mobile data connection is shared with other devices over Wi-Fi. Data is transferred over Wi-Fi.

  • Page 32: Accounts

    Driving mode is switched on. Accounts Learn about the different accounts on your phone and what you can do with them. Microsoft account With a Microsoft account, you can access Microsoft services with a single username and password on your computer or phone. You can also use the same username and password on your Xbox.

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    Create your Microsoft account Spice up your life and get more from your phone – create a Microsoft account. If you didn’t create a Microsoft account during the first start-up, you can always do it later. 1. On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS >...

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    OneDrive Learn what OneDrive is and how to use it. OneDrive cloud storage Store your stuff in the clouds. You don't need to worry about freeing memory for your favorite or new apps. OneDrive is cloud storage for all your documents and photos, so you can access, share, or restore them if needed.

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    Upload a photo and the photo you want to upload. Tip: To set your phone to automatically upload your future photos or videos to OneDrive, on the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS. Swipe to applications, and tap photos+camera > OneDrive.

  • Page 36: Personalize Your Phone

    Tip: With the OneDrive app on your computer, you can simply drag and drop the files you want to upload to the OneDrive folder in the file manager, such as Windows Explorer or Finder, and the files are automatically uploaded to OneDrive.

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    Tip: Why not match your background and tile colors with your background picture? Tap Background or Accent color. To share your theme on all your Windows devices, on the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap ALL SETTINGS > sync my settings, and switch theme to On Move a tile Tap and hold the tile, drag and drop it to the new location, and tap the screen.

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    Group tiles into folders Tap and hold the tile, and drag and drop it on top of the tile or folder you want to group it with. To open an app from the folder, tap the folder, then tap the app you want.

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    Personalize the lock screen Would you like to make your lock screen look unique? You can, for example, have your own favorite photo in the background. On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS >...

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    anything else they shouldn't. Put selected apps, games, and other favorites for kids to enjoy in their own start screen. 1. On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS. 2. Tap kid's corner. 3.

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    Personalize your phone tones Want to change the notification tones your phone uses, for example, for calls, messages, and more? Or add your own tones or your favorite song to the collection? 1. On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS >...

  • Page 42: Cortana

    To switch to silent mode, tap Tip: Don’t want to keep your phone in silent mode but can’t answer right now? To silence an incoming call, press the volume down key. If you have switched Flip to silence on, you can simply turn your phone face down. To switch Flip to silence on, on the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap ALL SETTINGS >...

  • Page 43: Accessibility

    2. Follow the instructions shown on your phone. To later change your settings, such as your name, tap > settings. Use Cortana Got your hands full, but need to use your phone? You can use your voice to make a call, schedule a meeting, search the web, or open an app. Cortana.

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    Switch high contrast on Switch High contrast to On Magnify the screen Switch Screen magnifier to On , and double-tap the screen with 2 fingers. When using the magnifier, use 2 fingers to move around the screen. To stop magnification, double-tap the screen with 2 fingers. Use your phone with a TTY/TDD Switch TTY/TDD to full.

  • Page 45: Take A Screenshot

    When Narrator is switched on, some touch screen actions, such as swipe, are disabled. Unlock the keys and screen when using the screen reader Press the power key to wake up the screen, then double-tap the start key Close the screen reader Press the start key and the volume up key at the same time to switch Narrator off or back on.

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    Select only the sounds that you Mute unnecessary sounds, such as key press need sounds. On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap ALL SETTINGS > ringtones+sounds, and select which sounds to keep. Use wired headphones Use wired headphones, rather than the speakerphone.

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    Use location services selectively If you want to keep location services switched on, but don't want to use check-in services, on the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS. Swipe to applications, tap people, and switch Use my location to Off Use network connections •...

  • Page 48: Save On Data Roaming Costs

    Save on data roaming costs Want to save on your phone bills? You can cut data roaming costs by changing mobile data settings. Data roaming means using your phone to receive data over networks that your network service provider doesn't own or operate. Connecting to the internet when roaming, especially when abroad, can raise data costs substantially.

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    Character keys Shift key Numbers and symbols key Smiley key Comma key Space key Enter key Backspace key The keyboard layout can vary in different apps and languages. The language key is only shown when more than one language is selected. The example shows the English keyboard.

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    Type in a number or special character Tap the numbers and symbols key. To see more special character keys, tap the shift key. Some special character keys bring up more symbols. To see more symbols, tap and hold a symbol or special character. Tip: To put a period at the end of a sentence, and to start a new sentence, tap the space key twice.

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    Use keyboard word suggestions Your phone suggests words as you write, to help you write quickly and more accurately. Word suggestions are available in several languages. When you start writing a word, your phone suggests possible words. When the word you want is shown in the suggestion bar, select the word. To see more suggestions, swipe left.

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    Switch word suggestions off On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS > keyboard.Tap your language keyboard, and clear the Suggest text check box. Add writing languages You can add several writing languages to your keyboard and switch between the languages when writing.

  • Page 53: Scan Codes Or Text

    Scan codes or text Use your phone camera to scan things, such as QR codes, barcodes, and book and DVD covers, and get further info on what your phone recognizes. Tap the search key , and tap If your phone has Cortana, tap Lumia Camera >...

  • Page 54: Clock And Calendar

    Clock and calendar Keep track of time – learn how to use your phone as a clock, as well as an alarm clock, and how to keep your appointments, tasks, and schedules up to date. Set an alarm You can use your phone as an alarm clock. Alarms.

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    Update the time and date automatically You can set your phone to update the time, date, and time zone automatically. Automatic update is a network service and may not be available depending on your region or network service provider. On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS >...

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    Example: You can create an event to a calendar you are sharing with other people, such as your Family room calendar or your work calendar, so they know when you are busy. Change your status for an event When you want to let others know when you’re busy or out of the office, tap more details >...

  • Page 57: Browse Your Sim Apps

    Mark a task as complete Tap and hold the task, and tap complete. Use multiple calendars When you set up your mail or social networking accounts on your phone, you can sync the calendars from all your accounts in one place. 1.

  • Page 58: Store

    Store Make your phone your own with more apps, games, and other items, some of which are free of charge. Browse Store to find the latest content for you and your phone. You can download: • Apps • Games • Entertainment apps and services •...

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    Many items are free of charge; some you need to pay for with your credit card or on your phone bill. The availability of payment methods depends on your country of residence and your network service provider. Using services or downloading content, including free items, may cause the transfer of large amounts of data, which may result in data costs.

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    When the download is complete, you can open or view the item, or continue browsing for more content. The content type determines where the item is stored in your phone: music, videos, and podcasts can be found in Music, Video, and podcasts, games can be found in Games, and apps can be found in the apps menu.

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    Tip: If you need to, for example, temporarily close your internet connection, tap and hold the downloading item, and tap pause. To resume downloading, tap resume. Pause pending items individually. If a download fails, you can re-download the item. Write a review for an app Do you want to share your opinion on an app with other Store users? Rate and review the app.

  • Page 62: People & Messaging

    People & messaging Contact your friends and family, and share your files, such as photos, using your phone. Stay tuned with the latest updates to your social networking services even when on the go. Calls Want to make calls on your new phone and talk to your friends? Read on and you'll learn how.

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    Make a call with Skype You can use your phone to make Skype-to-Skype calls and video calls. With Skype global rates, you can also call landlines or other mobile phones. Pay as you go with your credit card, or get a monthly subscription for the best rates. If you don't yet have the Skype app, you can download it from

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    2. Tap the name or phone number. Use your voice to make a call You can use your voice to call a contact. 1. Press and hold 2. Say Call and the contact's name. Tip: You can also use voice dialing with a Bluetooth headset. This feature is not available in all languages.

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    Reply to a call by a text message Can't speak right now to answer a call? You can reply to the caller by a text message. 1. When someone calls you, tap TEXT REPLY. 2. Tap type a message..., and write your message. You can only reply by a text message to calls from the contacts saved in your phone.

  • Page 66: Contacts

    Get notifications about blocked calls or messages Tap advanced, and switch Notifications to On Contacts You can save and organize your friends' phone numbers, addresses, and other contact information in the People hub. You can also get in touch with your friends through social networking services.

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    Add or delete a contact Keep your friends with you. Save their phone numbers, addresses, and other info to the People hub. People, and swipe to contacts. Add a contact 1. Tap 2. If you're signed in to several accounts, select the account to which you want to save the contact.

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    4. Edit other contact details, including the name, and tap Save a number from a received message Have you received a message from a person whose phone number is not yet saved in your People hub? You can easily save the number in a new or existing contacts list entry.

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    Create, edit, or delete a contact group You can create contact groups to send a message to several people at the same time, or to see social updates from just group members. For example, you can add family members to the same group and reach them quickly with the same message.

  • Page 70: Social Networks

    Share a photo with a room Tap a room, swipe to photos, and tap > photo. Then tap a photo and Tip: To delete a photo from the room, tap the photo and open in OneDrive. Then tap the photo and Share a contact It's easy to share a contact with your friends by using NFC.

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    Tip: When you sign in to an account, the contacts in the account are automatically imported. To choose which accounts show up in your contacts list, on the start screen, tap People, swipe to contacts, and tap > settings > filter contact list. See your friends' status updates After you set up your social networking services, such as Twitter, on your phone, you can follow your friends' status updates in the People hub.

  • Page 72: Messages

    4. Tap the social networking service where you want to upload the photo. 5. Add a caption if you want, and share or send your photo. Messages Stay in touch with your friends with text or multimedia messages. Send a message With text and multimedia messages, you can quickly contact your friends and family.

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    Forward multiple messages In threads, tap a conversation and > select messages, tap the check boxes that appear next to the messages, and tap to add a recipient. Read a message You can see on the start screen when you've received a message. You can view the messages between you and a contact in one conversation thread.

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    Save an attachment Tap the attachment, such as a photo, and tap > save. Delete a conversation In threads, tap , select the conversation you want to delete, and tap Delete a single message in a conversation In threads, tap a conversation, tap and hold the message you want to delete, and tap delete.

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    3. Swipe to people, and tap the contact you want to chat with. 4. Write your message, and tap For more info on Skype-to-Skype instant messages, see the video at (in English only). Tip: To save on data costs, use a Wi-Fi network connection with Skype whenever possible.

  • Page 76: Mail

    Send an audio message Want to celebrate your friend's birthday with a song? Send your song as an audio message. 1. When writing a message, tap > voice note. 2. Record your message, and tap done. 3. Tap Use your voice to write a message Too busy to write a message? Write and send a text message with your voice.

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    To send and receive mail, you must be connected to the internet. Add or delete a mailbox Do you use different mail addresses for business and leisure? You can add several mailboxes to your phone. Add your first mailbox To set up mail in your phone, you must be connected to the internet. If you didn't sign in to your Microsoft account during the first start-up, you can do it now.

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    Add your Exchange mailbox to your phone Would you like to have your work mail, contacts, and calendar at hand, whether you are sitting by your computer or on the go with your phone? You can sync the important content between your phone and a Microsoft Exchange server. Exchange can be set up only if your company has a Microsoft Exchange server.

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    You can pin several mailboxes to the start screen. For example, dedicate a tile for business mail and another for personal mail. If you link several mailboxes into a unified inbox, you can open mail from all your inboxes in one tile. To read your mail, tap the tile.

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    Read mail Waiting for important news? Use your phone to read your mail instead of checking them only when you're at your desk. You can see when you have new mail on the start screen. 1. Tap 2. In your mailbox, tap the mail. Unread mail is marked in a different color. Tip: To zoom in or out, place 2 fingers on the screen, and slide them together or apart.

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    Reply to mail Do you receive mail that needs a quick answer? Reply straight away using your phone. 1. Tap 2. Open the mail, and tap Tip: To reply to the sender only, tap reply. To reply to the sender and all the other recipients, tap reply all.

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    Use your voice to write a mail Instead of using the keyboard, you can dictate your mail. This feature is not available in all languages. For info on the supported languages, go to 1. Tap 2. Tap and an account, if you have linked inboxes. 3.

  • Page 83: Camera

    Camera Why carry a separate camera if your phone has all you need for capturing memories? With your phone camera, you can easily take photos or record videos. Get to know Lumia Camera Want to take outstanding photos? Lumia Camera gives you full control. With Lumia Camera, you can: •...

  • Page 84: Camera Basics

    Tip: To focus, press and hold the camera key halfway down. To take the photo, press the camera key down fully. Camera basics Take a photo Shoot sharp and vibrant photos – capture the best moments in your photo album. 1.

  • Page 85: Advanced Photography

    Save location info to your photos and videos If you want to remember exactly where you were when you took a particular photo or video, you can set your phone to automatically record the location. 1. On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS.

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    Take lossless photos Lumia Camera lets you take lossless Digital Negative (DNG) photos, which have better post-editing possibilities. 1. Tap Lumia Camera > , and swipe to photo. 2. Tap Capture mode and JPG + DNG mode. 3. When you take a photo, 2 files are saved: a lower-resolution JPG photo that is optimized for sharing and a lossless DNG photo.

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    Surround sound records the sound field around you in Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 multichannel audio format with an additional audio track in stereo AAC format. Tip: To get the best audio recording quality, hold your phone by the corners in landscape mode. Frame your photos with ease Want to frame your photos professionally? Use viewfinder grids and compose perfect photos.

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    4. To delete moving objects from the photo, tap the white circles at the bottom of the screen. 5. To select which moving object you want to highlight, swipe left or right to move the circle at the bottom of the screen. Tip: To highlight all the moving objects, tap 6.

  • Page 89: Photos And Videos

    Photos and videos Shot lots of great photos and videos? Here's how you view, organize, share, and edit them. Photos hub The photos you've taken or videos you've recorded with your phone are saved to the Photos hub, where you can browse and view them. To find your photos and videos easily, mark your favorites, or organize them into albums.

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    View photos Relive those important moments – view the photos on your phone. Tap Photos. 1. To view a photo you've taken, swipe to albums, and tap Camera Roll and the photo. 2. To view the next photo, swipe left. To view the previous photo, swipe right. Find photos by date and location >...

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    from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS. Swipe left to applications, and tap photos+camera. Under Auto upload, tap OneDrive, and select an option. Change the background in the Photos hub Have a superb shot that makes you feel good every time you look at it? Set it as the background of the Photos hub.

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    Copy your photos to your computer Have you taken photos with your phone that you'd like to copy to your computer? Use your computer's file manager to copy or move your photos. If your computer is a Mac, install the Lumia Photo Transfer for Mac app from

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    Enhance your photo , and select the type of enhancement. Blur a part of your photo > blur background. You can select the area you want to blur and adjust the amount of blur. When you’re done, tap > save. Save the edited photo >...

  • Page 94: Maps & Navigation

    Maps & navigation Explore what’s out there and how to get there. Switch location services on Use map apps to find out where you are, and save your location to the photos you take. Apps can use your location info to offer you a wider variety of services. 1.

  • Page 95: Internet

    Internet Learn how to create wireless connections and browse the web while keeping your data costs down. Define internet connections If your network service provider charges you on a pay-as-you-use basis, you may want to change the Wi-Fi and mobile data settings to reduce your data costs. You can use different settings for roaming and at home.

  • Page 96: Use Your Data Plan Efficiently

    3. To change the name of your connection, tap setup > Broadcast name, and write a name. Tip: You can also type in a password for the connection. 4. Select the connection on the other device. The other device uses data from your data plan, which may result in data traffic costs.

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    Tip: To search the internet, write a search word in the address bar, and tap Zoom in or out Place 2 fingers on the screen, and slide your fingers apart or together. Tip: You can also double-tap the screen. Open a new tab When you want to visit several websites at the same time, you can open new browser tabs and switch between them.

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    Change the browser mode Too much zooming? Trouble reading the text on websites? You can use your browser in mobile or desktop mode, or switch certain web pages to the reading view and set the font size to your liking. 1.

  • Page 99: Search The Web

    3. Tap > share page > Tap to share (NFC). 4. Touch your friend's phone with your phone. The other phone must support NFC. For more info, see the user guide of the other phone. This feature may not be compatible with all phones that support NFC. Send a web page in a mail or text message or post to your social networks While browsing, tap >...

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    Tip: Wi-Fi networking switches back on automatically. To change this setting, tap Turn Wi-Fi back on. Close a mobile data connection On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap ALL SETTINGS > cellular+SIM, and switch Data connection to Off ©...

  • Page 101: Entertainment

    Entertainment Having a spare moment and in need of entertainment? Learn how to watch videos, listen to your favorite music, and play games. Watch and listen You can use your phone to watch videos and listen to music and podcasts while on the move.

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    Play a podcast Keep up with your favorite podcasts and subscribe to them on your phone. 1. Tap Podcasts. 2. Tap audio or video and the podcast you want to watch or listen to. Tip: To select a certain episode of the podcast, tap Subscribe to a podcast Swipe to GET PODCASTS, and write the podcast address.

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    Get consistent playback volume for music and video Swipe to enhancements, and switch Dolby audio levelling to On Improve speech clarity Swipe to enhancements, and switch Dolby dialog enhancer to On Project your screen over Wi-Fi Want to watch a video on a bigger screen? Project your screen over Wi-Fi on a compatible TV, monitor, or projector.

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    Share your screen using Lumia Beamer Do you have a presentation or document on your phone that you want to show on a bigger screen? Use the Lumia Beamer app to easily share your phone's screen on any other screen with internet access. If you don’t have the Lumia Beamer app in your phone, you can download it from

  • Page 105: Fm Radio

    Tip: To update the screen automatically, tap auto update in the Lumia Beamer app. 5. To stop sharing, press the lock key, or in the Lumia Beamer app, tap stop beaming. FM radio Learn how to listen to the radio on your phone. Listen to the radio Enjoy your favorite FM radio stations on the go.

  • Page 106: Mixradio

    View your saved stations list Remove a station from the list MixRadio Discover new music with MixRadio. With MixRadio, you can: • Listen to curated mixes • Take your mixes offline and listen to them even without an internet connection •...

  • Page 107: Games

    Windows Windows Windows Windows Phone app Phone app Phone app Explorer for desktop for Mac Windows 8 Windows 8 RT x Windows 7 Windows Vista/XP Games Want to have some fun? Keep yourself entertained by downloading and playing games on your phone. Get new games Head to games store to download and install new games on your phone.

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    The availability of payment methods depends on your country of residence and your network service provider. Choose what your kid can download If your kid has a Windows Phone 8.1, you can use the My Family website to manage their game and app downloads and settings. To set up My Family, go to https://, sign in to the Microsoft account with both your and the kid’s mail address and password, and follow the instructions.

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    in your area in games store, you can either download a trial version or buy it right away. Resume playing a game When you return to a game, there may be a resume icon in the game itself. If not, tap the screen.

  • Page 110: Office

    Office Keep yourself organized. Learn how to use the calendar and the Microsoft Office apps. Microsoft Office Mobile Microsoft Office Mobile is your office away from the office. Go to the Office hub to create and edit Word documents and Excel workbooks, open and view PowerPoint slide shows, and share documents using SharePoint.

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    3. Tap the Word file you want to edit. 4. To edit the text, tap 5. To save your document, tap > save. Tip: To access an important document quickly, you can pin it to the start screen. Tap and hold the document, and tap pin to start. Create a new document Swipe to recent, and tap Search for text in a document...

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    Apply a filter to cells > apply filter. Change the cell and text format > format cell..Change the row or column size Tap a row or column, and drag the slider. Find data from a workbook Tap the Excel file and Send a workbook in a mail Tap the Excel file and >...

  • Page 113: Write A Note

    3. Select a document. A copy is downloaded to your phone. 4. View or edit the document, and save your changes. Tip: To keep an offline copy of a document on your phone, tap and hold the document, and tap always keep offline. Return to SharePoint Workspace Mobile Press Write a note...

  • Page 114: Use The Calculator

    Use the calculator Forget your pocket calculator – there’s a basic, scientific, and binary calculator in your phone. 1. Tap Calculator. 2. To use the basic calculator, hold your phone upright. Use the scientific calculator Turn your phone to landscape mode, right edge up. Use the binary calculator Turn your phone to landscape mode, left edge up.

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    phone and on your PC, be it Outlook, Office 365, or any other mail account. Your mail and calendar stay in sync, and you can join meetings directly from calendar invitations. You can use the integrated mail and calendar so that, for example, when you have a meeting coming up, you can view the attendee list and, with a tap, access any mail or text message discussions you have had with an attendee.

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    Collaborate efficiently with Lync on your phone Microsoft Lync is a next-generation communications service that connects people in new ways, anytime, from virtually anywhere. With Lync, you can: • Keep track of your contacts’ availability • Send instant messages • Make phone calls •...

  • Page 117: Connectivity

    Phone management & connectivity Take care of your phone and its contents. Learn how to connect to accessories and networks, transfer files, create backups, lock your phone, and keep the software up to date. Update your phone software Stay in step with the beat – update your phone software and apps wirelessly to get new and enhanced features for your phone.

  • Page 118: Use A High Speed Connection

    Warning: If you install a software update, you cannot use the device, even to make emergency calls, until the installation is completed and the device is restarted. Using services or downloading content, including free items, may cause the transfer of large amounts of data, which may result in data costs. By default, your phone automatically downloads available updates whenever the data connection settings allow it.

  • Page 119: Wi-fi

    On the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap ALL SETTINGS > VPN, and switch Status to On 1. To add a VPN profile, tap 2. Switch Connect automatically to On 3. Write the profile info as instructed by your company IT administrator or VPN service.

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    Connect to a Wi-Fi Connecting to a Wi-Fi network is a handy way of accessing the internet. When out and about, you can connect to Wi-Fi networks in public places, such as a library or internet café. Your phone periodically checks for and notifies you of available connections. The notification appears briefly at the top of the screen.

  • Page 121: Nfc

    Explore the world around you. Tap accessories to connect to them, and tap tags to call someone or open a website. Near Field Communication (NFC) makes connecting easy and fun. Get started with NFC Switch the NFC features on in your phone, and start tapping to share stuff or connect to devices.

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    Enable NFC payments Switch Tap to pay to On You may be able to pay or use your phone as a ticket even when your phone is locked, depending on your service provider. Tip: To select when you can use NFC payments, tap Active cards work. Connect to a Bluetooth accessory with NFC Hands busy? Use a headset.

  • Page 123: Bluetooth

    Pay with your phone Forgot your wallet or purse at home? Not a problem – you can pay with your phone or use it as a ticket, if supported by your network service provider. This feature may not be available for all regions. For info on availability, contact your network service provider.

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    1. Switch Status to On 2. Make sure the headset is on. You may need to start the pairing process from the headset. For details, see your headset user guide. 3. To pair your phone and the headset, tap the headset in the list of discovered Bluetooth devices.

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    For example, in the Photos hub, tap and hold a photo, and tap share... > Bluetooth. 3. Tap the device to connect to. You can see the Bluetooth devices within range. 4. If the other device needs a passcode, type in the passcode. The passcode, which you can make up, must be typed in on both devices.

  • Page 126: Memory And Storage

    Memory and storage Learn how to manage your apps, files, and other stuff on your phone. Back up and restore data on your phone Accidents can happen – so set your phone to back up your settings, such as your start screen layout, and other stuff to your Microsoft account.

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    Check and increase available memory on your phone Want to check how much memory you have available? Use the storage sense app. Storage Sense. Tap phone. Tip: Want to see what more you have on your phone? Download the Files app from Store, and easily manage files on your phone.

  • Page 128: Copy Content Between Your Phone And Computer

    Manage files on your phone Using your phone as removable storage? Want to organize your photos or documents? With the Files app, you can easily check the files on your phone, organize them into folders, or delete the ones you don’t need anymore. You can download the free Files app from

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    separate folders for documents, downloads, music, pictures, ringtones, and videos. 3. Drag and drop items from your phone to the computer, or from your computer to the phone. Make sure you put the files in the right folders on your phone, or you may not be able to see them.

  • Page 130: Security

    Security Learn how to protect your phone, and to keep your data secure. Set your phone to lock automatically Want to protect your phone against unauthorized use? Define a security code, and set your phone to lock itself automatically when you're not using it. 1.

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    Use your phone when it's locked You can use certain features of your phone when it is locked, without having to type in the security code. To wake up your phone, press the power key. View your notifications Swipe down from the top of the screen. Open the camera If you add a shortcut for the camera in the action center, you can quickly switch the camera on when your phone is locked.

  • Page 132: Wallet

    the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS > find my phone. Wallet Use Wallet to collect your payment methods in one place, and keep it secure with a PIN code. Wallet is a virtual wallet on your phone. You can: •...

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    You can set your phone to ask for the PIN code when you switch it on. If you forget the code or it isn't supplied with your card, contact your network service provider. If you type in the code incorrectly 3 times in a row, you need to unblock the code with the PUK code.

  • Page 134: Troubleshooting And Support

    Troubleshooting and support When you want to learn more about your phone, or if you're unsure how your phone should work, there are several support channels for you to check. To help you get the most out of your phone, there's a user guide in your phone with additional instructions.

  • Page 135: Find Your Model Number And Serial Number (imei)

    Find your model number and serial number (IMEI) If you need to contact your care point or your service provider, you may need info, such as your phone's model number and serial number (IMEI). To see the info, on the start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap ALL SETTINGS >...

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    2. Enter the official emergency number for your present location. Emergency call numbers vary by location. 3. Tap call. 4. Give the necessary info as accurately as possible. Do not end the call until given permission to do so. You may also need to do the following: •...

  • Page 137: About Digital Rights Management

    • To keep your important data safe, store it in at least two separate places, such as your device, memory card, or computer, or write down important information. During extended operation, the device may feel warm. In most cases, this is normal.

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    device. To replace the battery, take the device to the nearest authorized service facility. Charge your device with AC-60U charger. Charger plug type may vary. Third-party chargers that comply with the IEC/EN 62684 standard, and that can connect to your device micro USB connector, may be compatible. Microsoft Mobile may make additional battery or charger models available for this device.

  • Page 139: Small Children

    continuing to use it. Never use a damaged battery or charger. Only use the charger indoors. Do not charge your device during a lightning storm. Small children Your device and its accessories are not toys. They may contain small parts. Keep them out of the reach of small children.

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    wireless technologies used in this device that have not yet been tested for use with hearing aids. It is important to try the different features of this device thoroughly and in different locations, using your hearing aid or cochlear implant, to determine if you hear any interference.

  • Page 141: Potentially Explosive Environments

    website at RadiationEmittingProductsandProcedures/HomeBusinessandEntertainment/ CellPhones/default.htm and the FCC website at rfsafety/rf-faqs.html. Additional health-related information is available from the World Health Organization (WHO) at fs193/en/ and The National Cancer Institute ("NCI") cancertopics/factsheet/Risk/cellphones. In the event that you are concerned about possible health effects, the FDA suggests that you limit your own or your children’s radio frequency (RF) exposure by limiting the length of calls or by using handsfree devices.

  • Page 142: Copyrights And Other Notices

    are in progress. Areas with a potentially explosive environment may not be clearly marked. These usually are areas where you are advised to switch your engine off, below deck on boats, chemical transfer or storage facilities, and where the air contains chemicals or particles. Check with the manufacturers of vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane) if this device can be safely used in their vicinity.

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    • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. TM © 2014 Microsoft Mobile. All rights reserved. Windows, the Windows logo and Lumia are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation. Third party products/names may be TM of respective owner.

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