About the Power Button
Press the Power button to turn the computer on.
Once the computer is turned on, a quick press of the Power button toggles the
computer in or out of Sleep mode. Sleep mode turns the touch panel off and
initiates the screen lock. The phone can still receive incoming calls on WWAN
Note: By default, the computer enters Sleep mode automatically after the computer is
inactive for a programmed period of time. To learn more about the feature, see
Configure Sleep Mode
To select a power mode, press and hold the Power button, and select a power mode
from the list that appears:
Use the following table to understand the menu options:
Power Menu Option
About the Screen Backlight and Sleep Mode
The display has an ambient light sensor that automatically adjusts the backlight
intensity to conserve power and ensure the display is readable. You can set the
backlight intensity levels as needed for your environment.
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Turns the computer off, including the phone. The computer will not
receive incoming calls.
Performs a system reboot. The computer does not save the current
system state, but the registry and file systems are saved. Data in open
apps may be lost if not saved before the reset. The computer shuts
down all running processes and restarts.
Places the computer in a low power state and saves your settings while
you install a charged battery. When you press the Power button after
installing the charged battery, the computer resumes where you left off
prior to entering Battery Swap mode.
Use this setting only for swapping the battery. If you installing a SIM or
microSD card, Power off the computer.
Turns Airplane Mode on or off. When Airplane mode is on, the wireless
radios are disabled and do not transmit or receive.