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  • Page 1 User’s Manual...
  • Page 2 Dell under license. Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. Dell Inc. disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and trade names other than its own.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ... . . Safety Warnings ... . Dell Aero Smartphone Features General Statement on RF Energy Proper Disposal ..
  • Page 4 Contents Status Bar Selecting Cellular Data Networks ... . . Main Panels ... . Basic Phone Settings ..Using the Home Screen Display Settings .
  • Page 5 Contents Contacts Adding a Wi-Fi Network ..... . . Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network . . . Call Settings ....Mobile Networks .
  • Page 6 Contents Browser Overview Managing Email Accounts ....Bookmarks ... . . Adding an Internet Email Account Setting Up and Editing Browser Options .
  • Page 7 Contents Creating a Playlist Browsing Pictures ....Managing Playlists Managing Picture Files ....Changing Picture Settings .
  • Page 8 Contents Getting Directions Using Where ....Changing Map Modes Using AllSport GPS ....Finding Your Location .
  • Page 9 Contents SIM Toolkit Alarm Clock ......Add More Alarms ..Using Applications .
  • Page 10 Contents Decompressing Files and Folders Search ....Using Search ... Notes ....Selecting Search Categories .
  • Page 11 Contents Clearing an Application Cache Stopping an Application ..Index ..... 168...
  • Page 12: Before Using Your Smartphone

    Before Using Your Smartphone Before Using Your Smartphone Safety Warnings • Observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, gas stations, Read the following safety warnings before using chemical plants, or where blasting your smartphone. operations are in progress. •...
  • Page 13: General Statement On Rf Energy

    Before Using Your Smartphone Proper Disposal – You MUST NOT stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway to answer or The symbol of the crossed out bin make a call, except in an emergency. indicates that the product NOTE: In some areas where electric current (electrical and electronic is known to fluctuate, it is recommended that equipment) should not be placed...
  • Page 14: Fcc

    Before Using Your Smartphone Only use the battery with a charging system For those host devices that utilize a USB port that has been qualified with the system per as a charging source, the host device's user this standard. Use of an unqualified battery manual shall include a statement that the or charger may present a risk of fire, phone shall only be connected to products...
  • Page 15 Before Using Your Smartphone The design of this phone complies with the FCC FCC ID: E2KV01B001 guidelines and these international standards. Use SAR: X.XX W/kg over 1g (Not complete test) only the supplied or an approved antenna. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or Operation is subject to the following two conditions: attachments could impair call quality, damage the...
  • Page 16 Before Using Your Smartphone on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  • Page 17: Setting Up Your Smartphone

    Setting Up Your Smartphone Setting Up Your Smartphone Setting Up the Phone for the Congratulations on the purchase of your Dell Aero. This section provides information about setting up First Time your smartphone. You must install the battery, SIM card, and charge Smartphone Requirements the battery before you can use your smartphone.
  • Page 18 Setting Up Your Smartphone Install the SIM card Rotate the SIM card lock back into place to lock the SIM card. Rotate the SIM card lock outwards. Install the MicroSD card (if not installed) Hold the SIM card with the metal Hold the microSD card with the metal contacts facing down and insert the contacts facing down.
  • Page 19 Setting Up Your Smartphone Install the battery Charge the battery Align the metal contacts on the battery with CAUTION: Do not use any non-approved the contacts on the battery holder and insert chargers as they may damage your the battery. smartphone and invalidate any warranties.
  • Page 20 Setting Up Your Smartphone When charging is complete, press the power button for 2 seconds to exit the charging mode. Your smartphone is now ready to use.
  • Page 21: Dell Aero Smartphone Accessories

    Dell Aero Smartphone Accessories Dell Aero Smartphone Accessories Your smartphone may include the following • Mini-USB to USB data cable Allows you to — accessories: connect your smartphone to a computer for file transfers and data synchronization. • Mini-USB headset Allows you to listen to —...
  • Page 22 Dell Aero Smartphone Accessories • Microfiber pouch Allows you to store the • Mini-USB to 3.5mm headset adapter — — phone for protection when not in use, and to Allows you to connect a 3.5mm headset to clean the screen as needed.
  • Page 23: Dell Aero Smartphone Features

    Dell Aero Smartphone Features Dell Aero Smartphone Features Front View Back View 1 Camera — Use to capture photos and videos. 1 Speaker — Use to listen to phone conversations. 2 Cover — Covers the battery, SIM card, and 2 Touch screen — Displays phone images.
  • Page 24: Left View

    Dell Aero Smartphone Features Left View 1 Power/Lock button — Press (when the display is active): locks or unlocks the display. Press (when the display is in sleep mode): wakes up the display. Press and hold: Power On/Power Off /Airplane mode.
  • Page 25: Right View

    Dell Aero Smartphone Features Right view 1 Volume button — Press up to increase volume. Press down to decrease volume. In Camera mode, press to zoom in or out. 2 Options button — Press to open the Options menu. Press and hold to activate voice commands.
  • Page 26: Dell Aero Smartphone Basics

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Using the Touch Screen This section provides information about using the touch screen features. • Selection — To select an item or open an application, touch the item or application with your fingertip.
  • Page 27 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics • Options menu Performs additional actions • Drag Items — — in an application. To open the options menu, To move an item on the tap the Options icon. screen, place your finger • Function tab...
  • Page 28: Connection Manager

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Connection Manager Tap the Expand icon to view more options. Use the Connection Manager to turn Mobile Network, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connections on or off, change profile, and view notifications. Tap and hold the status bar, then slide the panel downwards to open the Connection Manager.
  • Page 29: Status Bar

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics • Communication — Tap Mobile Network Status Icons to turn the cellular network service on Icon Information or off. Tap Wi-Fi to turn Wi-Fi on or off. New email message Tap Bluetooth to turn Bluetooth on or off.
  • Page 30 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Icon Information Icon Information Missed call Battery is charging Call forwarding is active Network signal strength is full Speakerphone is on Network signal strength is half Phone is on mute No network signal Silent mode microSD card is installed...
  • Page 31: Main Panels

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Main Panels • Slide your finger to the left to view the next screen panel. The screen has four screen panels. • Slide your finger to the right to view the Home Screen Panel previous screen panel.
  • Page 32: Using The Home Screen

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Using the Home Screen The Home screen provides access to all the applications available on your smartphone. The following are the applications available on your smartphone: NOTE: Not all applications are supported in all models and configurations.
  • Page 33 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Application Description SIM Toolkit Allows you to access value-added services from your network provider. Phone Allows you to make calls using either the recent caller list, contacts list, or manually using the numeric keypad. Browser Allows you to browse the Internet.
  • Page 34 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Application Description Camera Allows you to capture pictures and videos. Music Provides a rich music experience with playlist management. File Mgr Allows you to use and manage the files on the phone or the microSD card.
  • Page 35 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Application Description Facebook Allows you to access Facebook on your smartphone. Twitter Allows you to access Twitter on your smartphone. Google Talk Allows you to connect and chat with friends. Market Allows you to download games and applications from Android Market.
  • Page 36 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Moving Items on the Home Screen Removing Items on the Home Screen To move an item from the Home screen, tap To remove an item from the Home screen, and hold the item until the Delete icon tap and hold the item until the Delete icon appears.
  • Page 37: Sleep Mode

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Sleep Mode Your smartphone may automatically enter sleep mode after a period of inactivity. You can set the period of inactivity after which the smartphone changes to sleep mode using the phone settings menu. When in sleep mode the display turns off, and your smartphone consumes lesser battery power.
  • Page 38: Phone Lock

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Phone Lock When not on a call, you can lock your control buttons and screen for security. Locking the Phone Tap the Settings icon on the Home screen and tap Security, Phone Lock Setings, Phone lock.
  • Page 39: Entering Text

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Entering Text Unlocking the Phone Tap the text field, and then enter a 4-8 digit When you start a program or select a field that phone lock password. requires text or numbers, the input panel appears Tap Unlock to unlock the phone.
  • Page 40: Selecting Input Languages

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Selecting Input Languages Tap and hold the Numbers and Symbols icon to open the Input Method Settings screen. You can select the main input language. To select main input languages: Tap a text field, such as in a note or new contact, to open the input panel.
  • Page 41: Entering Text With Qwerty

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Entering Text With Qwerty Tap the desired language. To type text using the standard keyboard, you should use the Qwerty input mode. As you type, each letter appears above your thumb or finger. The letter is not entered until you release your finger from the key.
  • Page 42: Entering Numbers And Symbols

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Entering Numbers and Symbols Tap the keys on the keyboard to enter text. As you tap the keys, word suggestions appear Tap the Numbers and Symbols icon to change the on the suggestion area. Tap a word to select input to numbers and symbols.
  • Page 43: Using Handwriting

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Using HandWriting Use a stylus or your finger to write anywhere on the screen. Handwriting allows writing across the entire screen. Tap a text field, such as in a note or new contact, to open the input panel.
  • Page 44: Using The Phone Keypad

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Using the Phone KeyPad In the phone keypad, you can text by typing out letters similar to texting on a numeric keypad. Tap a text field, such as in a note or new contact, to open the input panel.
  • Page 45: Connecting To The Internet

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Connecting to the Internet Tap the Back icon to exit the input panel. Your phone connects to the Internet using a cellular data network. Selecting Cellular Data Networks You can connect to the Internet through EDGE, GPRS, 3G, HSDPA, or WiFi networks.
  • Page 46: Basic Phone Settings

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Basic Phone Settings Display Settings This section provides information about the basic Display settings allow you to adjust the screen settings for your smartphone. brightness, screen timeout, and screen lock settings. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to open the Settings screen.
  • Page 47 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Tap to select the Auto brightness check box Tap OK to save and exit the Brightness panel. to enable auto brightness. Setting Screen Timeout Setting Brightness Manually In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to open the Settings screen.
  • Page 48: Date & Time Settings

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Date & Time Settings In the Phone basics section, tap Date & time settings to open the Date & time settings Date and time settings allow you to set the date, screen. time, time zone, and formats.
  • Page 49 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics The date and time are automatically set based on Setting the Time Manually the selected time zone. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to Setting the Date Manually open the Settings screen. In the Phone basics section, tap Date & time In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to settings to open the Date &...
  • Page 50 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Setting the Time to 24-hour Time Format Setting Date Format In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to open the Settings screen. open the Settings screen.
  • Page 51: Location Settings

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Location Settings Language Settings Location settings allow you to select the source the The language settings allow you to set the display smartphone will use to determine your location. language and the input method. Enabling Location Settings:...
  • Page 52: Profile Settings

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Activating Input Methods • Optional Input language one — Tap to select the first input language. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to • Pen color — Tap to select the pen color open the Settings screen.
  • Page 53 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Tap Profiles to open the Profiles screen. The Tap the profile you want to select. The Profile Profile icon appears next to the selected Setting screen is displayed. profile. Available profiles include Normal, You may edit the individual settings by Vibrate, Silent, and Outdoor mode.
  • Page 54 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics • Alert Style — Tap Ring, Vibrate, or Ring • Ringtone — Tap Ringtone or a specific and Vibrate on the panel to change the alert from the Profile Settings screen to alert style and tap OK to exit.
  • Page 55 Dell Aero Smartphone Basics • Calendar alert — Tap this option to set In the options menu, tap Select to activate. the calendar alert tone. • Alarm alert — Tap this option to set the alarm alert tone. • Reminder alert — Tap this option to set the reminder alert tone.
  • Page 56: Wizard Settings

    Dell Aero Smartphone Basics Wizard Settings Use the wizard for a visual tutorial on how to use your smartphone and set up basic settings. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon. In the Applications section, tap Wizard. Follow the onscreen instructions.
  • Page 57: Using The Phone Features

    Using the Phone Features Using the Phone Features You can make calls using your smartphone by either Dialing a Number or Favorites Using the On-Screen tapping a number in your contacts list or recent Dialer caller list. You can also dial a number manually Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone using the Phone icon that appears on the screen.
  • Page 58 Using the Phone Features Tap the on-screen dial pad to enter a number. Use the Backspace icon to make corrections. As you dial the numbers, the phone will auto-match the numbers already stored in your Contacts list. Both the number you are dialing and the potential matches will be shown.
  • Page 59 Using the Phone Features You can switch out of the In call screen by tapping Ending a Call the Back icon to continue using other features on Tap the End call tab to end the phone call. the phone. The Ongoing call icon will be displayed on the status bar during your phone call.
  • Page 60 Using the Phone Features Dialing a Number Using the Call Log Dialing a Number Using Your Phonebook Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone screen. screen. Tap the Call log icon to open the Call log Tap the Contacts icon to open the Contacts screen.
  • Page 61: Answering Or Rejecting

    Using the Phone Features Tap a number to call. Tap Call. Dialing a Number Using Your Favorites Answering or Rejecting Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone an Incoming Call screen. Tap the Favorites icon to open the Favorites To answer a call, tap and drag the slider to .
  • Page 62: Accessing The Call Log

    Using the Phone Features Accessing the Call Log The call log lists all incoming, outgoing, and missed calls. Tap the Phone icon to open the Phone screen. Tap the Call log icon to open the call log screen. 1 Call log tab Missed Received Call log icon...
  • Page 63 Using the Phone Features To sort the call list, tap the Call log tab, then select Using the Call Log sorting view. Tap and hold a contact to open the pop-up To delete a contact from the Call log list, change the menu.
  • Page 64: Contacts

    Using the Phone Features Contacts • Tap Send message to send the contact a message. Adding New Contacts • Tap Send contact to send the selected Tap the Contacts icon in the Home screen. contact’s information to another contact. Tap Add Contact. •...
  • Page 65 Using the Phone Features Enter the contact information. The keypad is displayed until you go through all the fields. 1 Save tab Tap Done to close the keypad. 2 Delete icon Tap the Add icon to add an icon for the Tap Save to save your contact information contact.
  • Page 66: Call Settings

    Using the Phone Features Call Settings Tap any of the available options to enter the sub menu. The following options are available from the Call settings screen: • Fixed Dial Number list • Call barring • Call forwarding • Other basic settings •...
  • Page 67: Fixed Dial Number (Fdn) List

    Using the Phone Features Fixed Dial Number (FDN) List Tap Manage FDN list. If you have numbers on your SIM card you will be able to select The FDN list allows you to restrict outgoing calls them. If not, you will be able to add contacts from your phone to a preset list of numbers.
  • Page 68: Call Barring

    Using the Phone Features Call Barring Continue adding numbers until you have all the contacts you wish to include on the FDN The call barring screen allows you to enable or list. disable a function and ask for a password to restrict You may also edit or delete contacts at any outgoing or incoming calls from a specific number time.
  • Page 69: Call Forwarding

    Using the Phone Features To exit the Call barring screen, tap the Back icon. The following are the available call forwarding options: Call Forwarding • Always forward Select to enable this — feature and specify a forwarding number. The Call forwarding option allows you to forward When this feature is enabled, the Forward your calls directly to voicemail or to other numbers.
  • Page 70: Other Basic Call Settings

    Using the Phone Features Other Basic Call Settings The following are the available options: • Caller ID Select this check box to hide or — show your number to your call recipients. Your phone number and Caller ID picture will appear on your call recipient’s phone provided the call recipient’s phone supports this feature.
  • Page 71: My Sim Number

    Using the Phone Features My SIM number Tap to enable the Dialing prefix number box. Enter a prefix number. Tap the next text field The My SIM number option allows you to view the to enter another prefix number. SIM name and number. To save settings, tap the Options icon, then Save.
  • Page 72: Speed Dial

    Using the Phone Features Speed Dial Setting Up Speed Dialing Tap the Add icon to add a name from Contacts or The speed dialing option allows you to set up your tap a number icon to enter the phone number most frequently used numbers for quick dialing.
  • Page 73: Voicemail

    Using the Phone Features Voicemail Setting the In-call Timer Your Voicemail number is set by your cellular The in-call timer allows you to monitor the duration operator and is stored on your SIM card. Use the of your calls. You can set the timer to 30, 60, 90, or Voicemail option to view your voicemail number.
  • Page 74: Tty Settings

    Using the Phone Features TTY Settings Turning on Bluetooth Select the Bluetooth check box on the Settings Use the TTY settings to set TTY. screen to turn on Bluetooth. Tap Settings → Call Settings → TTY Settings. Tap a TTY option. Managing Bluetooth Connections ®...
  • Page 75: Managing Wi-Fi Connections

    Using the Phone Features Changing Wi-Fi Settings Pairing With Bluetooth Devices Ensure that Bluetooth is enabled before Tap Wi-Fi Settings to set up and manage wireless beginning to pair with another device. access points. Select a Bluetooth device listed in Bluetooth devices screen to initiate a connection.
  • Page 76: Adding A Wi-Fi Network

    Using the Phone Features Adding a Wi-Fi Network Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Tap Add a Wi-Fi network to search and add Tap an available network on the list. an new network manually. When prompted, enter the security Enter the network SSID, Type, Security, and password.
  • Page 77: Mobile Networks

    Using the Phone Features Mobile Networks • Operator selection Use this setting to — select a network operator. The Mobile Networks settings enable you to set • Preferred networks Select this setting to — options for roaming and networks. set network preferences. •...
  • Page 78: Security Options

    Using the Phone Features Security Options • Change PIN — Select this setting to change your SIM card PIN code. SIM Lock settings Phone Lock Setting In the Settings menu, tap Security → SIM lock In the Settings menu, tap Security → Phone lock settings to enable the USIM card lock and change settings to open Phone Lock Setting and set the your pin code.
  • Page 79: Managing Sd Card And Phone Storage

    Using the Phone Features Managing SD Card and Phone Storage • Phone lock — Select this check box to set the phone lock. In the Settings menu, tap Storage Information to • Change password — Select this setting to view storage information such as Total space, change the password for your phone.
  • Page 80: Using Voice Command

    Using the Phone Features Using Voice Command Configuring Voice Command Open Voice Control application by doing any Open Voice Control application by doing any of the following: of the following: • Tap the Voice Control icon in the Home • Tap the Voice Control icon in the Home screen.
  • Page 81 Using the Phone Features • Shortcuts — Allows user to select what shortcuts are activated with the Go To command. • Dialing Region — Allows user to select the region that you are dialing from. • About — Allows user to view the software version.
  • Page 82: Using Internet Features

    Using Internet Features Using Internet Features Internet Browser Viewing Web Pages On the Favorites bar, tap the Browser icon to open Open the Browser screen and tap the Web the Browser screen. address tab to open the web address screen. 1 Web address tab...
  • Page 83 Using Internet Features Tap the current URL to bring you to the search screen. Select a URL from the list or tap the Search on Internet field to enter the web address manually. Possible matches appear on a list of links as you type.
  • Page 84: Navigating Web Pages

    Using Internet Features Navigating Web Pages To zoom in, pinch the section of the screen where you want to zoom in. To zoom out, expand your fingers at the section of the screen where you want to zoom out. Slide your finger across the screen to display the Page Bar.
  • Page 85: Browser Overview

    Using Internet Features Browser Overview 1 Opens a new window Browser overview allows you to open and manage 2 Opened web page window multiple web pages. 3 Close icon Tap New window to open a new web page. Tap a window to view the opened web page. Tap the Close icon to close opened pages.
  • Page 86: Bookmarks

    Using Internet Features Bookmarks Adding Bookmarks Open the Browser screen and tap the You can store your favorite web pages as Options icon to open the options menu. bookmarks in your phone browser. Tap Bookmarks on the options menu to open Viewing Bookmarks the Bookmarks screen.
  • Page 87: Browser Options

    Using Internet Features Browser Options Enter a name and web address in the appropriate fields. Tap the Options icon to access the following browser options: 1 Name field 2 Location field 1 Options icon Tap Save to save and exit the screen. •...
  • Page 88: Browser Settings

    Using Internet Features Browser Settings • Refresh — Tap this option to refresh the web page. To change Browser settings, from the Browser • Windows — Tap this option to open a new screen, tap the Options icon and select Settings. window.
  • Page 89 Using Internet Features • Set home page — Select this setting to set • Remember passwords — Select this check your home page. box to save usernames and passwords for websites. • Set preloaded home page — Select this setting to set the preloaded home page. •...
  • Page 90: Tweeter

    Using Internet Features Tweeter • About — Select to view the firmware version. Tweeter comes preinstalled on your smartphone. Tap the Tweeter icon in the Home screen. Google Talk The top 10 tweets are displayed on the Use Google Talk to send instant messages and chat screen.
  • Page 91: Using Email Features

    Using Email Features Using Email Features You can choose between email applications to 2. In the Applications section, tap Active Sync. manage your email. Your smartphone allows you to 3. Tap Add account to add an account. check email from your corporate Exchange server, from your POP/IMAP accounts with your ISP 4.
  • Page 92: Managing Email Accounts

    Using Email Features Managing Email Accounts The Advanced Settings screen appears, tap Save to save your account. Adding an Internet Email Account To add more accounts, tap the Add Account tab. Tap the Email icon to open the Email account screen.
  • Page 93: Setting Up And Editing Email Accounts

    Using Email Features Setting Up and Editing Email Accounts Tap the Email icon to open the Email Account screen. Editing Account Settings Tap and hold to select the email account you want to edit. Tap Settings to open the settings screen. Scroll through the list and select the setting you would like to change.
  • Page 94 Using Email Features The following are the available Email Account • Authentication — Select this setting to settings: select the authentication type for your mail. • Email Address — Select this setting to edit • Data Connection — Select this setting to your email address select the network to use for data connection.
  • Page 95: Removing An Account

    Using Email Features Managing Email Messages • Reply-to-Address — Select this setting to send replies to your email to a diferent account. Sending Emails • Signature — Select this setting to append Tap the Email icon and tap an email account your signature to your messages.
  • Page 96: Receiving Emails

    Using Email Features Enter the recipient’s address or tap the + Tap the Options icon and tap Synchronize to icon to add a contact from the Phonebook. receive new emails. Enter a subject. Enter your message. Tap the Options icon to select Attach, Save to Draft, Add/Hide Cc, Add/Hide Bcc, Discard or Priority.
  • Page 97: Deleting Messages

    Using Email Features Deleting Messages Tap the Email icon and tap an email account to open the email screen. Tap the Options icon and select Delete. Tap to select the messages you want to delete. Tap Delete to delete the selected messages and exit this screen.
  • Page 98: Using Multimedia Features

    Using Multimedia Features Using Multimedia Features Browsing and Playing Music To browse all audio files on the phone including the SIM card and the microSD Tap the Music icon in the Home screen. card, tap the Search tab. Otherwise, select Your music is organized into five categories: from one of the five categories.
  • Page 99: Managing Music Files

    Using Multimedia Features Managing Music Files Tap any song to start playing the song. Synchronizing Music You can synchronize media files on your computer to your smartphone. Ensure your smartphone is turned on. Connect your smartphone to the computer using the mini-USB to USB data cable. Tap Media Sync.
  • Page 100: Transfering Music

    Using Multimedia Features Transfering Music Creating a Playlist You can transfer music files from your computer to In the Music screen, select a category. the microSD card installed on your phone. In the list that appears, navigate to the artist, album, or song that you want on a playlist.
  • Page 101: Managing Playlists

    Using Multimedia Features In the Add to playlist panel that opens, tap To delete or edit a playlist, tap and hold the playlist New to create a new playlist, or one of the to open the pop-up menu. Select Delete to delete existing playlists such as the current playing the playlist or Edit to edit the playlist.
  • Page 102: Music Player

    Using Multimedia Features Music Player 1 View current playlist To access the Music Player, tap an audio file. The Music Player appears. 2 Album art 3 Artist 4 Track 5 Playback controls 6 Time elapsed 7 Time remaining 8 Progress bar 9 Album 10 Shuffle mode 11 Repeat songs...
  • Page 103: Music Player Controls

    Using Multimedia Features Music Player Controls Tap to play Enable shuffle mode and play songs randomly Tap to repeat all songs Tap twice to repeat the current song Tap three times to turn repeat off Tap and hold to fast forward Tap to go to the next song Tap to go to the beginning of the song Tap twice to go to the previous song...
  • Page 104: Browsing And Playing Videos

    Using Multimedia Features Browsing and Playing Videos Managing Videos Tap the Videos icon in the Home screen. Sorting Videos Your videos are displayed in a thumbnail list. Tap the Sort tab, then select Sort by time, Sort by name, or Sort by size to sort your videos.
  • Page 105: Deleting A File From A List

    Using Multimedia Features Viewing Video Properties To exit the screen tap the Back icon. Tap and hold a video file to open the pop-up Deleting a File From a List menu. Tap and hold a video file to open the pop-up Tap Property to view file property.
  • Page 106: Sharing Videos

    Using Multimedia Features Sharing Videos You can also tap the Options icon and tap Select All to select all files. Tap and hold a video file to open the pop-up menu. Tap Share, and then tap your preferred application for sharing. 1 File selected for deletion check box Deleting Multiple Videos Tap the Delete tab and tap OK to delete the...
  • Page 107: Using The Video Player

    Using Multimedia Features Using the Video Player 1 Playback controls NOTE: For best viewing experience, view the video in landscape mode. 2 Back icon Tap a video file to open the Video player. 3 Time elapsed 4 Progress bar 5 Length of video Playback Controls Tap to pause.
  • Page 108: Using The Picture Application

    Using Multimedia Features Using the Picture Application Tap a thumbnail to view the photo in full screen view. To view a picture, tap the Pictures icon in the Home To zoom in, expand your fingers at the screen. section of the screen where you want to zoom in.
  • Page 109: Managing Picture Files

    Using Multimedia Features Managing Picture Files Deleting a Picture Tap and hold the thumbnail of the picture you want to delete to open Picture options menu. Tap Delete to delete the picture. Tap OK to confirm. Editing a Picture In thumbnail view, tap and hold the picture you want to edit.
  • Page 110 Using Multimedia Features • Tap the Rotate counter-clockwise icon Sharing Pictures to rotate the picture 90º counter- In thumbnail view, tap and hold for Picture clockwise. options menu. • Tap the Rotate clockwise icon to rotate Select Share and select your preferred the picture 90º...
  • Page 111: Changing Picture Settings

    Using Multimedia Features Changing Picture Settings • Picture sort — You can select to sort pictures with the newest pictures first To open Picture settings, tap the Options icon then or newest pictures last. select Settings. • Confirm deletions — Select this check box if you want confirmations before deleting pictures from Pictures and the microSD card.
  • Page 112: Using The Video Editor

    Using Multimedia Features Using the Video Editor After previewing the file, do either of the following: Use the Video Editor to make your own videos. • Tap the Back icon located at the top of the screen to make additional edits. Using the Storyboard •...
  • Page 113: Using Auto Cut

    Using Multimedia Features Using Auto Cut Set BGM, and then tap the Set BGM tab. Tap the music from the available sound files In the Home screen, tap the Video Editor icon on your smartphone, and then tap the Apply to open the Video Editor screen.
  • Page 114: Using The Camera

    Using Multimedia Features Using the Camera You can use the camera to capture photos and 1 Settings icon video clips. 2 Flash To activate camera, press the Camera button or tap 3 Exposure compensation setting icon the Camera icon in the Home screen. The camera 4 Self timer icon screen is displayed in landscape view.
  • Page 115: Video Recording Mode

    Using Multimedia Features Video Recording Mode • Tap the Flash icon to turn the flash on or off. • Tap the Exposure compensation setting icon to set Exposure compensation. • Tap the Self Timer icon to set the timer. • Tap the Zoom icon to adjust zoom.
  • Page 116: Using The Recorder Application

    Using Multimedia Features Using the Recorder Application Using the video recorder • Press the Camera button or tap the Capture The Recorder feature allows you to capture audio icon to start recording videos, press again to notes. To open the Recorder, tap the Recorder icon stop recording.
  • Page 117 Using Multimedia Features Using the Recorder • Tap the Start recording icon to start recording. • Tap the Stop recording icon to stop recording or playback. • Tap the Save tab, edit the file name that is automatically given, and retain the .3ga file extension to save the file.
  • Page 118: Using Google Applications

    Using Google Applications Using Google Applications Your smartphone comes with preinstalled Google searched icons appear and are labelled applications. alphabetically according to the nearest one from your location. Google Maps Google Maps allows you to view your location, keep track of your friends, find places, view traffic situations and view directions to your destination.
  • Page 119: Getting Directions

    Using Google Applications Getting Directions 1 Callout Tap the Google Maps icon in the Home 2 Next location screen to open the Google Maps screen. 3 Previous location Press the Options button, and then tap Directions. 4 Results icon 5 Searched icon 6 Zoom out icon 7 Zoom in icon 1 Starting point...
  • Page 120: Changing Map Modes

    Using Google Applications Enter the starting point and the ending point • Traffic — View the map with real-time or tap the correspoinding Choose point icon traffic information. and select an option. Finding Your Location Tap a directions icon. Tap Go to view directions. Tap the Google Maps icon in the Home Press the Options button to do any of the following: screen to open the Google Maps screen.
  • Page 121 Using Google Applications Adding Friends Press the Options button, and then tap Latitude to open the Latitude screen. Tap the Google Maps icon in the Home Tap the Updates tab to view updates. screen to open the Google Maps screen. Press the Options button, and then tap To post messages, enter your message on Latitude to open the Latitude screen.
  • Page 122: Market

    Using Google Applications Market Market allows you to download games, ringtones, and other applications on your smartphone. Tap the Market icon in the Home screen to open the Market screen. When using Market for the first time, read and accept Android Market Terms of Use. Tap Accept to continue.
  • Page 123: Youtube

    Using Google Applications YouTube Enter the video name on the search box, and then tap the Search icon. YouTube allows you instant access to watch videos Search results appear. Tap a video thumbnail and upload your own videos to the YouTube to watch the video.
  • Page 124: Accessing My Youtube Account

    Using Google Applications Sharing Videos Search for the video, and then tap and hold the video thumbnail. Tap the YouTube icon in the Home screen to On the pop-up menu, tap Comment. The list open the YouTube screen. of comments are displayed on the screen. Search for the video, and then tap and hold the video thumbnail you want to share.
  • Page 125: Uploading Videos

    Using Google Applications Uploading Videos Search for the video, and then tap and hold the video thumbnail you want to add to Tap the YouTube icon in the Home screen to favorites. open the YouTube screen. On the pop-up menu, tap Add to favorites to NOTE: You must sign in to YouTube first add the video to favorites.
  • Page 126 Using Google Applications Tap and hold the video thumbnail you want to delete. On the pop-up menu, tap Delete.
  • Page 127: Using Network Features

    Using Network Features Using Network Features AT&T Maps This section provides information about the applications solely provided by AT&T. Use AT&T Maps to search for local businesses, point of interest, and addresses. It provides turn-by- AT&T Navigator turn non-voice guided driving directions. AT&T Navigator is a GPS navigation system that NOTE: Before using AT&T Maps, enable GPS provides voice or onscreen driving directions.
  • Page 128 Using Network Features To view help, press the Options button, and then tap Getting Directions Help. Tap the AT&T GPS icon in the Home screen To open AT&T Navigator, press the Options button, to open the AT&T GPS screen. and then tap AT&T Navigator. Tap AT&T Maps.
  • Page 129 Using Network Features Changing Maps Sharing Maps and More To view other maps, do the following steps: Tap the AT&T GPS icon in the Home screen to open the AT&T GPS screen. Tap the AT&T GPS icon in the Home screen Tap AT&T Maps.
  • Page 130: Gps

    Using Network Features Setting Navigation Preferences • Google Maps (see “Google Maps” on page 116) Tap the AT&T GPS icon in the Home screen to open the AT&T GPS screen. Using Where Tap AT&T Maps. Press the Options button, and then tap Where is an application capable of detecting and Options.
  • Page 131: Using Allsport Gps

    Using Network Features Using AllSport GPS Repeat step 6 until all tips have been read to start using AllSport GPS. AllSport GPS monitors your outdoor fitness NOTE: Contact your AT&T service provider for activities, record distance, time, speed, calories, more details. and route, allows you to view maps and elevation profiles and share your fitness data online.
  • Page 132: Using Musicid2

    Using Network Features Using MusicID2 Tap a category to load the page, and then select from the list of available channels to MusicID is a music exploration application that start listening. recognizes songs by listening to music from a radio, To play the last played channel, press the TV, or other music source signals.
  • Page 133: At&T Games

    Using Network Features Finding Songs Viewing Account Information and Help Tap the AT&T Music icon in the Home screen Tap the AT&T Music icon in the Home screen to open the AT&T Music screen. to open the AT&T Music screen. Tap MusicID 2.
  • Page 134: At&T Hot Spots

    Using Network Features AT&T Hot Spots YPmobile AT&T Hot Spot allows you to search for hot spot YPmobile is a mobile-based yellowpages directory venues. which allows you to find businesses, get maps, and driving directions. Tap the AT&T Hot Spots icon in the Home screen to open the AT&T Hot Spots screen.
  • Page 135 Using Network Features To view the information screen, tap the callout. To zoom in or out, tap the Zoom in or Zoom out icon. To close the map, tap the Close icon. The address, phone number, and other information is displayed. Tap any of the following icons: •...
  • Page 136: At&T Video

    Using Network Features AT&T Video Mobile Banking AT&T Video provides Mobile Video and MobiTV. Mobile Banking allows you check balances, transfer funds, pay bills and do other banking Mobile Video transactions from your smartphone. Tap the Mobile Banking icon in the Home Mobile Video allows you to watch news, sports, screen.
  • Page 137: Using Applications

    Using Applications Using Applications This section provides information about the applications that are installed on your Smartphone. Messaging You can send and receive text messages using the Messaging application. To open Messaging, tap the Messaging icon. Viewing Messages You can view messages on the Conversation View or Message View screen.
  • Page 138: Reading Unread Messages

    Using Applications Reading Unread Messages Replying to a Message The Unread Messages icon indicates unread Tap the Messaging icon to open the messages from the contacts on your Messaging Messaging screen. list. Tap the contacts with unread messages to read Tap the desired message.
  • Page 139: Sending Messages To Your Contacts

    Using Applications Sending Messages to Your Contacts Tap the Messaging icon to open the Messaging screen. Tap New Message to open the Compose screen. Tap the Select Contacts icon to open Contacts, and then tap the check boxes that appear beside the contacts you want to message.
  • Page 140: Opening To Message View

    Using Applications Opening to Message View For other functions, tap the Options icon to open the options menu, and tap any of the Tap the Messaging icon to open the available options. Messaging screen. Tap the Options icon, and then tap Message View.
  • Page 141: Messaging Settings

    Using Applications Messaging Settings The following settings are available: Delivery Reports This section provides information about Message Settings including Delivery reports, Request read Select this to request a delivery report for each reports, Auto retrieval, and Signature. message you send. To edit your Messaging settings, tap the Options Request Read Reports icon in the Messaging screen and tap Settings.
  • Page 142: Quickoffice

    Using Applications Quickoffice Signature Select this setting to append a signature to your Quickoffice allows you to open and view Word files, messages. Signature will be appended to every Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, and MMS message you send. PDF files. Tap the Quickoffice icon in the Home screen.
  • Page 143: Calendar

    Using Applications Calendar Calendar Views The Calendar lets you assign events such as To select calendar view, tap the Function tab and appointments or specific tasks to a date or time and select Month View, Week View, Day View, or receive reminders to remind you of the events.
  • Page 144 Using Applications To view event details, tap a day to view all events on Agenda view that day then select an event to view its details. The Agenda view displays all events in the current To navigate months, slide your finger left or right month.
  • Page 145 Using Applications Tap an event to view its details. To jump to the current day, tap the Options icon, and then tap Jump to today. To exit the screen, tap the Back icon. Week view The Week view displays the events as blocks. 1 Repeating events icon Repeating events are marked with the Repeating events icon.
  • Page 146 Using Applications To navigate within the current week, slide your Day view finger up or down on the screen. Events are shown tiled and span the time they last. To navigate to a previous or next week, slide your All-day events are displayed at the top of the day finger left or right on the screen.
  • Page 147: Using The Calendar

    Using Applications Using the Calendar To navigate within the current week, slide your finger up or down on the screen. Adding a New Event To navigate to a previous or next week, slide your Tap the Calendar icon in the Home screen to finger left or right on the screen.
  • Page 148 Using Applications Swipe up the screen to view and enter event Calendar Settings details and set reminders. To edit Calendar settings, tap the Options icon, and Tap the Save tab to save and exit. then tap Settings. You can set up Hide declined events, Set default view, Set alert &...
  • Page 149 Using Applications • Set default view — Select this setting to set • Set alerts & notifications — Select this the default view for your calendar. You can setting to set the type of event reminder you set your default view to Month view, Week want.
  • Page 150: Alarm Clock

    Using Applications Alarm Clock Tap one of the preset alarms to use and open the Set Alarm screen. To use the Alarm Clock, tap the Alarm icon in the Home screen. Setting an Alarm Tap the Alarm icon in the Home screen to open the Alarm Clock.
  • Page 151: Add More Alarms

    Using Applications Changing the Clock Display • Work day — Tap to sound the alarm on week days.Select nothing if you only Tap the Alarm icon in the Home screen to want the alarm to go off once. open the Alarm Clock. •...
  • Page 152: Hiding The Clock

    Using Applications Tap the clock to open the Select clock screen. Slide your finger left or right to browse through the selections at the bottom of the screen, and tap to select the clock you prefer. Hiding the Clock Tap the Alarm icon in the Home screen to open the Alarm Clock.
  • Page 153: Setting The Date & Time

    Using Applications Calculator Setting the Date & Time The Calculator allows you to do basic math Tap the Alarm icon in the Home screen to operations. To open the Calculator, tap the open the Alarm Clock. Calculator icon in the Home screen. Tap the Options icon, and then tap Settings.
  • Page 154: File Manager

    Using Applications File Manager Tap a folder to view files inside the folder. The File Manager lets you browse and manage the contents of your memory card and phone. To open File Manager, tap the File Mgr icon in the Home screen.
  • Page 155: Sorting Files And Folders

    Using Applications Sorting Files and Folders Tap the New folder tab to open the New Folder screen. Tap the File Mgr icon in the Home screen to open the File Manager. Tap the Options icon, and then tap Sort. Tap name, size, time, or type to sort your files and folders by name, size, time, or type.
  • Page 156: Deleting Files And Folders

    Using Applications Deleting Files and Folders Tap the Delete tab, and then tap Yes to confirm. Tap the File Mgr icon in the Home screen to NOTE: You can also select a file or open the File Manager. folder directly by long tapping the file or Tap the Options icon, and then tap Delete.
  • Page 157: Searching For Contents

    Using Applications Searching for Contents NOTE: You can also select a file or folder directly by long tapping the file or Tap the File Mgr icon in the Home screen to folder and tap Copy or Cut on the pop- open the File Manager.
  • Page 158: Renaming Files Or Folders

    Using Applications Your search results are sorted by categories Enter the new name, and tap Ok to save and and listed in tabs. Tap the tabs to view the exit the screen. search results. Compressing Files and Folders Tap the Back icon to exit the screen. Tap the File Mgr icon in the Home screen to Renaming Files or Folders open the File Manager.
  • Page 159: Notes

    Using Applications Notes Tap the Add tab. The Create note screen opens. To open Notes, tap the Notes icon in the Home screen. Adding Notes Tap the Notes icon in the Home screen to open the Notes. Enter the title and the note content. Tap the Save tab to save notes and exit the screen.
  • Page 160: Reading Notes

    Using Applications Reading Notes Editing Notes Notes are listed by date added, with the most Tap the Notes icon in the Home screen to recent note at the top. You can see the title of each open the Notes. note in the list. Tap the note to view its details. Tap the note you want to edit to view its details.
  • Page 161: Tasks

    Using Applications Tasks Tap the check boxes that appear beside the notes you want to delete. Tasks allows you to keep track of tasks you need to do. To open the Tasks, tap the Tasks icon in the Home screen. Creating New Tasks Tap the Tasks icon in the Home screen to open the Tasks.
  • Page 162: Editing Tasks

    Using Applications Tap the Save tab to save the task. Tap the Save tab to save the task. Tap the Back icon to exit the screen. Deleting Tasks In the main Tasks screen, tap the Options icon, and then tap Delete. Check boxes appear next to all the tasks.
  • Page 163: Viewing Clocks

    Using Applications Viewing Clocks Adding Clocks Tap the World Clock icon in the Home screen Tap the World Clock icon in the Home screen to open the World Clock. to open the World Clock. Tap the Add City tab. Tap the city or time zone to add the clock. Tap the Add City tab to add the clock and exit the screen.
  • Page 164: World Clock Settings

    Using Applications Search To open Search, tap the Search icon in the Home screen. Using Search Simple search Enter the word to search on the Search bar in the Home screen. Tap the Delete City tab, and then tap OK to confirm deletion and exit the screen.
  • Page 165: Selecting Search Categories

    Using Applications Selecting Search Categories Tap the Search icon to begin search. Enter your search terms and tap the Search Tap the Search icon in the Home screen to icon to begin the search. open Search. Your search results are sorted by categories Tap the Options icon, and then tap Settings and listed in tabs.
  • Page 166: Advanced Search

    Using Applications Tap the Done tab to save and exit the screen. Tap the tick to open the pop-up menu, and then tap your search preference: Contacts, Advanced Search Message, Email, File, Call log, or Web History. Tap the Search icon in the Home screen to open Search.
  • Page 167: Index Statistic

    Using Applications Index Statistic • Find software updates — Check for software updates. Use Index statistic to view the number of • Install updates — Install the software records you have in each program. Tap the updates. Search icon in the Home screen to open Search.
  • Page 168: Restore Your Mobile Contacts, Messages, And Settings From The Backup File

    Using Applications Tap OK to accept the provided file name or Exit the menu. The selected data from the use the QWERTY keyboard to change it, and backup file is now available for use. then tap OK. Managing Applications Restore Your Mobile Contacts, Deleting All Data Messages, and Settings From the Backup File...
  • Page 169: Clearing An Application Cache

    Using Applications Clearing an Application Cache In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon. Tap Manage applications to view the list of installed applications. Tap the application you want to clear cache. Tap Clear cache. Stopping an Application In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon. Tap Manage applications to view the list of installed applications.
  • Page 170: Index

    Index Index Application Settings Phone Lock Setting, 76 Account settings SD card & phone storage, 77 Authentication, 92 SIM card lock, 76 From name, 92 AT&T Games, 131 Password, 92 Port (Incoming), 92 AT&T Maps, 125 Protocol, 92 AT&T Music, 129 Read Limit, 92 Reply mails with the original, 92 AT&T Navigator, 125...
  • Page 171 Index Calculator, 151 Delivery reports, 139 Calendar Display settings Add a new event, 145 Set brightness manually, 45 Agenda view, 142 Set up screen time out, 45 Day view, 144 Turn on the auto brightness, 44 Edit an event, 146 Month view, 141 Week view, 143 Calendar Settings...
  • Page 172 Index Changing display, 156 Compress files or folders, 156 IMAP Idle, 93 Cut, copy, and paste, 154 Decompress files or folders, 156 Delete files and folders, 154 Rename files or folders, 156 Search for contents, 155 Latitude, 118 Sort files and folders, 153 View stored files, 152 Mail Add an account, 90...
  • Page 173 Index Reply to a message, 136 Delete notes, 158 send messages to contacts, 137 Edit notes, 158 Read notes, 158 Messaging Settings Auto-retrieve, 139 Data Connection, 140 Service Center, 140 Signature, 140 Picture Mobile Banking, 134 Browse pictures, 106 Crop a picture, 108 Mobile TV, 134 Delete a picture, 107 Music...
  • Page 174 Index Product overview, 21 Status bar, 27 Quickoffice, 140 To Do List Create new tasks, 159 Delete tasks, 160 Edit tasks, 160 Touch screen Radio, 129 Drag items, 25 Recorder, 114 Scroll right/left, 25 Scroll up/down, 25 Ringtone, 52 Selection, 24 Zoom in, 25 Search Advanced search, 164...
  • Page 175 Index View property, 103 Where, 128 World Clock Add clocks, 161 Delete clocks, 161 View clocks, 161 YouTube, 121 YPmobile, 132...