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Nokia Lumia 830
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  • Page 1 User Guide Nokia Lumia 830 Issue 3.0 EN-US...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    User Guide Nokia Lumia 830 Contents For your safety Write text Get started Clock and calendar Keys and parts Browse your SIM apps Insert the SIM and memory card Store Remove the SIM and memory card People & messaging Turn the phone on...
  • Page 3 Watch and listen FM radio Sync music and videos between your phone and computer Games Lifestyle apps and services Office Work with Word Work with Excel Work with PowerPoint Write a note in OneNote Access Office files through OneDrive Use the calculator Phone management &...
  • Page 4: For Your Safety

    For your safety Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or against local laws and regulations. TURN OFF IN RESTRICTED AREAS Turn 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 5: Get Started

    Get started Take care of the basics, and have your phone up and running in no time. Keys and parts Explore the keys and parts of your new phone. Micro-USB connector Earpiece Audio connector AHJ 3.5 mm Proximity/Light sensor Front camera Volume keys Power/Lock key Camera key...
  • Page 6 Note: Turn the device off and disconnect the charger and any other device before removing any covers. Avoid touching electronic components while changing any covers. Always store and use the device with any covers attached. 1. Switch your phone off. 2.
  • Page 7 5. If you have a memory card, slide the card into the memory card slot until you hear a click. 6. Line up the battery contacts, and put the battery in. 7. Press the top edge of the back cover against the top edge of your phone. Snap the cover into place, locking all the latches around the edges of the cover.
  • Page 8: Remove The Sim And Memory Card

    8. Switch your phone on. Remove the SIM and memory card Got a new SIM or memory card? Learn how to remove the previous card from your phone. 1. Switch your phone off. 2. At the bottom of the phone, put the nail of your index finger in the small slot between the metal frame and the back cover.
  • Page 9 4. To remove the SIM card, pull it out from the slot. 5. To remove the memory card, pull it out from the slot. 6. Line up the battery contacts, and put the battery in. © 2015 Microsoft Mobile. All rights reserved.
  • Page 10: Turn The Phone On

    7. Press the top edge of the back cover against the top edge of your phone. Snap the cover into place, locking all the latches around the edges of the cover. Don't press the keys while attaching the cover. 8. Switch your phone on. Turn the phone on Turn your phone on, and start exploring it.
  • Page 11: Lock The Keys And Screen

    Turn the phone off Press and hold the power key, and drag the lock screen down. Lock the keys and screen If you want to avoid accidentally making a call when your phone is in your pocket or bag, you can lock your keys and screen.
  • Page 12: Charge Your Phone

    Set the keys and screen to lock automatically Swipe down from the top of the screen, tap All settings > Personalization > Lock screen, and under Screen times out after, select the length of time after which the keys and screen are locked automatically.
  • Page 13: Change The Volume

    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 several minutes before the charging indicator is displayed. Tip: You can use USB charging when a wall outlet is not available. Data can be transferred while charging the device.
  • Page 14: Connect The Headset

    If you have connected headphones, the volume keys control both ringtone and media volume at the same time. The maximum volume level is 30. Change the volume for media and apps Press a volume key on the side of your phone to see the volume status bar, tap , and tap the volume bar for media and apps to set the volume you want.
  • Page 15: Antenna Locations

    Do not connect to products that create an output signal, as this may damage the device. Do not connect any voltage source to the audio connector. If you connect an external device or headset, other than those approved for use with this device, to the audio connector, pay special attention to volume levels.
  • Page 16: Your First Lumia

    Your first Lumia? Let’s get started. Set up your new phone, explore your phone’s views and menus, and learn how to use the touch screen. Learn more about your phone 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.
  • Page 17: Update Your Apps

    • Groove and Movies & TV • OneDrive • Hotmail • Outlook If you already created an account for one of Microsoft services, such as Xbox Live, Hotmail, or Outlook, those credentials are valid as a Microsoft account and you can use them to sign in. You can use the same username and password on your computer and phone.
  • Page 18: Explore Your Tiles, Apps, And Settings

    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 19 The apps menu is the home to all your apps – in neat alphabetical order. All the installed apps end up here. To look up an app in the apps menu, tap the search bar at the top of the screen, or tap a letter. Recently installed apps show up at the top of the apps menu.
  • Page 20: Navigate Inside An App

    Navigate inside an app There’s more to your apps than meets the eye. To find more views in an app, swipe left. To discover more actions, use the options menu. In most apps, to go to another view, swipe left. Tip: To switch between views, you can also tap the tab heading at the top of the screen.
  • Page 21: Use The Touch Screen

    Use the touch screen Explore your phone with a tap, swipe, or drag. Important: Avoid scratching the touch screen. Never use an actual pen, pencil, or other sharp object on the touch screen. To open an app or other item, tap the app or item. Tap and hold to open further options Place your finger on an item until the menu opens.
  • Page 22 For example, swipe left or right between the start screen and the apps menu, or between different views in the apps. Scroll through a long list or menu Slide your finger quickly in a flicking motion up or down the screen, and lift your finger. To stop the scrolling, tap the screen.
  • Page 23: Back, Start, And Search Keys

    Lock the screen orientation The screen rotates automatically when you turn the phone 90 degrees. To lock the screen in its current orientation, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap All settings > System > Display, and switch Rotation lock to On Screen rotation may not work in all apps or views.
  • Page 24: Switch To Your New Lumia Phone

    • To turn the vibration of these keys on or off, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap settings > Extras > Touch, and switch Vibrate when I tap the navigation keys. on or off . Changing the vibration setting for incoming calls doesn’t affect the vibration of the keys. Switch to your new Lumia phone Switch to your new Lumia easily –...
  • Page 25 Transfer content using your Microsoft account If your old phone is a Lumia, the easiest way to transfer your contacts, calendar, and text messages to your new Lumia phone is your Microsoft account. Make sure that you have set up a Microsoft account on your old and on your new Lumia phones. 1.
  • Page 26 Use Nokia Suite to transfer your contacts, calendar entries, music, 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 www.microsoft.com/mobile/nokiasuite.
  • Page 27: Basics

    Basics Personalize your phone, make the most out of your accounts and apps like OneDrive and Store, and learn the essentials from writing text to saving battery life. What’s new in this release? Check some of the new things in this release at a glance. •...
  • Page 28 Switch between views and apps Not all your apps are on the 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 the apps on your phone, on the start screen, simply swipe left. To return to the start screen, swipe right.
  • Page 29 Navigate the settings menu Swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap All settings. To go to a settings group, tap any settings group title, and select the group you want. To search for a particular setting, tap the search bar at the top of the screen, and start typing the name of the setting.
  • Page 30 Personalize the action center Swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap All settings > System > Notifications & actions. To change a shortcut, tap the shortcut and the app you want. You can also select which notifications you want to receive and how. 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.
  • Page 31 Icons that show the network connection type may vary between regions and network service providers. An EDGE data connection is open. A GPRS data connection is open. Your phone is connected to a 4G network. An LTE data connection is open. Data is transferred over a cellular data connection.
  • Page 32: Accounts

    Driving mode Driving mode is turned on. Accounts Learn about your Microsoft account and what you can do with it. You need an account with Microsoft, such as an Xbox Live, Hotmail.com, or Outlook.com account, to get the most out of your device. Benefits of creating a Microsoft account With a Microsoft account, you can access Microsoft services with a single username and password on your computer or phone.
  • Page 33 Create your Microsoft account Get the most out of your phone by creating a Microsoft account. If you didn’t create a Microsoft account during the first start-up, you can always do it later. If you already have an Xbox Live, Hotmail.com, or Outlook.com account, or if you have created a Microsoft account on your Surface tablet or Windows PC, you don’t have to create a new one –...
  • Page 34 Manage my Microsoft account, log in with your child’s username and password, and follow the instructions shown on the phone. You can also create or manage your account at account.microsoft.com. Add an existing Microsoft account to your phone If you didn’t sign in to your Microsoft account during the first start-up, you can add the account to your phone later and get your data and settings easily on all your devices.
  • Page 35 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, photos, and music, so you can access, share, or restore them if needed.
  • Page 36 Turn the automatic upload on OneDrive > > Settings > Camera upload, and turn Camera upload on Save a file to OneDrive OneDrive > > This device . When working on a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document, your files are saved automatically to OneDrive.
  • Page 37: Personalize Your Phone

    Personalize your phone Learn how to personalize the start screen, and how to change ringtones. Personalize the start screen Make your start screen yours – choose your background photo and pin your favorite apps and much more to the start screen. With live tiles, you can see updates on news, weather, finance, and more, immediately on your start screen without opening the app itself.
  • Page 38 Resize or unpin a tile To resize, tap and hold the tile, and tap the arrow icon. The tiles can be either small, medium, or wide. The bigger the tile is, the more information it can show. To unpin the tile, tap and hold the tile, and tap .
  • Page 39 Pin an app Swipe left to go to the apps menu, tap and hold the app, and tap Pin to Start. Pin a contact People, tap and hold the contact, and tap Pin to Start. When you pin contacts, their feed updates are shown on the tile, and you can call them directly from the start screen.
  • Page 40 Personalize the lock screen Change the lock screen to your liking. You can, for example, have your own favorite photo in the background. Add a background photo Swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap All settings > Personalization >...
  • Page 41 Change the glance screen settings With the glance screen, you can easily check the time and other content even when your screen is on standby. Some of the glance screen settings are not supported by all phones. 1. Swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap All settings >...
  • Page 42 Go to your own start screen Press the power key twice, and swipe up on your own lock screen. If you've set a sign-in PIN, type it Go back to the kid's start screen On your own lock screen, swipe left, and on the kid's lock screen, swipe up. Turn the kid's start screen off On your own start screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap All settings >...
  • Page 43 2. To switch to silent mode, tap Turning silent mode on does not affect your alarms. If you want to rest, make sure you don’t have any incoming alarms, or turn your phone off. Silent mode also doesn’t affect your media and apps, so you can still listen to music, for example. 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.
  • Page 44: Cortana

    Cortana Let Cortana make your daily life easier. Cortana voice assistant Keep your busy life in check – Cortana is your personal assistant on your phone, only a word away. Cortana is not available in all regions and languages. For information on the supported regions and languages, go to www.microsoft.com/mobile/support/cortanaregions.
  • Page 45: Accessibility

    Set up Cortana Tell Cortana a little bit about yourself, so you can get better help and find what you’re looking for. Cortana is not available in all regions and languages. For information on the supported regions and languages, go to www.microsoft.com/mobile/support/cortanaregions. You need a Microsoft account to use Cortana.
  • Page 46 Turn high contrast on Swipe down from the top of the screen, tap All settings > Ease of Access > High contrast, and switch High Contrast to On Magnify the screen Swipe down from the top of the screen, tap All settings >...
  • Page 47: Take A Screenshot

    Unlock the keys and screen when using the screen reader Press the power key to wake up the screen, tap the lock screen once, and wait for the screen reader to start talking.Then double-tap the lock screen. Open or close the screen reader quickly Make sure Narrator quick launch is switched to On .Press the volume up key, and then tap the start to turnNarrator off or back on.
  • Page 48 Use Battery saver You can set your phone to automatically save power when the battery charge level is low. To check the battery status, and to turn Battery saver on, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap settings >...
  • Page 49: Save On Data Roaming Costs

    select how often to sync. Do this for every email account you have. • Turn Bluetooth on only when needed. • Turn NFC on only when needed. To turn the tap to share feature off, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap All settings >...
  • Page 50: Write Text

    Stop data roaming Swipe down from the top of the screen, tap All settings > Network & wireless > Cellular & SIM, and under the SIM you use for cellular data, switch Data roaming options to don't roam. Download email less frequently To set your phone to check for new email less frequently, or even by request only, tap Outlook Mail >...
  • Page 51 Switch between upper and lower case characters Tap the shift key. To turn caps lock mode on, double-tap the key. To return to normal mode, tap the shift key again. Type in a number or special character Tap the numbers and symbols key. To see more special character keys, tap .
  • Page 52 Copy or paste text Tap a word, drag the circles before and after the word to highlight the section you want to copy, and depending on the app, tap Copy or . To paste the text, depending on the app, tap Paste or Add an accent to a character Tap and hold the character, and tap the accent or the accented character, if supported by your keyboard.
  • Page 53 Turn word suggestions off Swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap All settings > Time & language > Keyboard. Tap your language keyboard, and clear the Suggest text check box. Add a writing language You can add several writing languages to your keyboard and switch between the languages when writing.
  • 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, and even set your favorite song as your alarm tone. 1.
  • Page 55 For the alarm to sound, your phone must be turned on. Tip: You can quickly see the time of the next active alarm if you have pinned the Alarms & Clock app to the start screen. The tile size must be at least medium. Use your favorite song as your alarm tone Connect your phone to your PC with a USB cable, and use the file manager of your PC to move the song you want to the Music folder in your phone.
  • Page 56 Check the time in another country Want to see if your friend on another continent is awake? Check what time it is around the world. 1. Tap Alarms & Clock > World Clock > 2. Start writing the name of the location, and select the name from the list of proposed matches. Tip: Tired of typing? Tap , tell Cortana the location you’re looking for, and tap it.
  • Page 57 You can send meeting invitations to contacts who have an email address defined in the contact details. Create an event on another calendar Outlook Calendar > . By default, your events go to your Outlook Calendar. If you have, for example, a shared calendar with your family, you can create and share the event instantly.
  • Page 58: Browse Your Sim Apps

    Turn week numbers on and off Outlook Calendar > > Settings > Calendar Settings, then tap to open the week number menu, and tap the option you need. Switch between calendar types If you have friends and colleagues around the world, you may want to know when they celebrate their traditional holidays, or what their date is today.
  • Page 59 • Entertainment apps and services • News apps and services • Music • Movies • TV shows • Books You can also: • Get content that is relevant to your tastes and location • Share recommendations with your friends The availability of Store and the selection of items available for download depend on your region. To download from Store, you need to be signed in to your Microsoft account on your phone.
  • Page 60 The availability of payment methods depends on your country of residence and your network service provider. 4. If you're not signed in to your Microsoft account, sign in now. 5. Follow the instructions shown on your phone. Tip: If downloading fails, check that the time and date are set correctly. When the download is complete, you can open or view the item, or continue browsing for more content.
  • Page 61 Receive ads If you want to receive ads and tips about apps that might interest you, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap All settings > Privacy > Advertising ID, and switch Advertising ID to On . If you want to clear the information that your phone uses to find your relevant ads and tips, tap Reset your advertising ID.
  • 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 Learn how to make calls on your new phone and talk to your friends. Call a contact Calling your friends is quick and easy when you've saved them as contacts in your phone.
  • Page 63 Make a video call with Skype Skype Video > and the contact you want to call. If your phone does not have a front camera, you can use the main camera for video calls. Make a Skype call with Cortana Tap and hold the search key , and say Skype call or Skype video call, followed by the name of the contact.
  • Page 64 Make a conference call Your phone supports conference calls between 2 or more people. The maximum number of participants can vary, depending on your network service provider. 1. Make a call to the first person. 2. To make a call to another person, tap Add call.
  • Page 65: Contacts

    Call your voice mailbox If you've forwarded incoming calls to your voice mailbox, you can call it and listen to the messages your friends have left. 1. Tap > . If asked, type in the voice mail password you received from your network service provider.
  • Page 66 Add or delete a contact Keep your friends with you. Save their phone numbers, addresses, and other information to the People app. Add a contact 1. Tap People > CONTACTS > 2. If you're signed in to several accounts, select the account to which you want to save the contact. You cannot save a contact to your phone only, it’s always saved to an account.
  • Page 67 Search for a contact If you need to contact a friend quickly, you don’t have to scroll through all your contacts. You can search or jump to a letter or character in the contacts list. You can also use a voice command to call or send a message to a contact.
  • Page 68 After you have copied your contacts, for the best experience and to save space on your phone, uninstall the Transfer my Data app. Copy contacts from a SIM card If you have contacts stored on your SIM card, you can copy them to your phone. Make sure your SIM card is inserted.
  • Page 69: Social Networks

    Tip: If sharing does not work, try uninstalling the Transfer my Data app. Social networks Set up social networking services on your phone to keep in touch with your friends. Set up a social media account Set up your social networking service accounts. Tap the social networking app you want to sign in to, such as Facebook, and follow the instructions shown.
  • Page 70: Messages

    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. 1. Tap Messaging > If you start writing a message and switch to another app before sending it, you can continue your message later.
  • Page 71 1. Tap Messaging. 2. To read a message, tap a conversation. Tip: To prevent others from accidentally seeing notifications about your messages on the lock screen, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap All settings > Personalization > Lock screen >...
  • Page 72 3. Tap the message box, and write your message. 4. Tap Forward a message Tap a conversation, tap and hold the message you want to forward, and tap forward. Before forwarding the message, you can edit what's written or add or remove attachments. Send a message to a group If you frequently need to send a message to the same group of people, you can create a group in the People app.
  • Page 73 Your phone may ask you about using your location. You need to allow it to use this feature. 1. When writing a text message, tap > Your location. Sending a message with an attachment may be more expensive than sending a normal text message. For more info, contact your service provider.
  • Page 74: Email

    Tip: You must be connected to the internet to send and receive multimedia messages. Confirm with your network service provider that you have an active cellular data subscription (access to internet) on your SIM card. Email You can use your phone to read and reply to email when you're on the go. Add or delete an email account If you use different email addresses for business and leisure, no problem –...
  • Page 75 Tip: To add your Exchange work email, contacts, and calendar to your phone, select Exchange as your account, write your work email address and password, and tap Sign in. Your new account is added to your Outlook inbox. Delete an account Outlook Mail >...
  • Page 76 You can pin several mailboxes to the start screen. For example, dedicate a tile for business email and another for personal email. 1. Tap Outlook Mail > 2. Tap and hold the account you want to pin to your start screen, and tap Pin to start. Your mailbox appears on the start screen as a new tile.
  • Page 77 1. Tap Outlook Mail. 2. In your inbox, tap the email. Unread email is marked in a different color. Tip: To zoom in or out, place 2 fingers on the screen, and slide them together or apart. Tip: If an email contains a web address, tap it to go to the website. Read email in a conversation In your inbox, tap the conversation that includes the email, and tap the email.
  • Page 78 All the emails you selected are deleted. Depending on your email account, the email may be deleted from your email server, too. Delete one email Open the email, and tap Send automatic replies If you are on vacation or otherwise out of the office, you can send automatic replies to the emails that arrive during your absence.
  • Page 79: 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. Open your camera quickly Make sure you get to your camera in a flash when you need it – use the shortcut in the action center.
  • Page 80 2. To zoom in or out, slide your fingers apart or together. Tip: To view the settings when holding your phone in landscape mode, drag to the left. To change a setting, slide your finger up or down on the slider. To close the settings, drag the right.
  • Page 81: Advanced Photography

    Save your photos and videos to a memory card If there is a memory card in your phone, and your phone memory is filling up, save the photos you take and videos you record to the memory card. For the best video quality, record videos to your phone memory. If you record videos to the memory card, it is recommended that the microSD card you use is a fast 4–128GB card by a well-known manufacturer.
  • Page 82 The photos you take from now on are taken in timer mode. 4. To take the photo, tap Turn timer mode off Camera > > Photo timer > Pick the best exposure with bracketing If the lighting conditions are challenging, use bracketing mode to capture several photos at once with different exposure settings.
  • Page 83: Photos And Videos

    Use your computer’s file manager to copy or move your photos and videos to the computer. If your computer is a Mac, install the Lumia Photo Transfer for Mac app from www.microsoft.com/en-us/mobile/support/product/nokia-photo-transfer-for-mac/. 1. Connect your phone to a compatible computer with a compatible USB cable.
  • Page 84 Tip: Your phone is shown under portable devices as Windows Phone. To see the folders of your phone, double-click the name of the phone. There are separate folders for documents, music, photos, ringtones, and videos. 3. Open the folder for photos or videos, and select and copy the files to your computer. By default, your phone uploads your photos and videos to OneDrive automatically.
  • Page 85: Maps & Navigation

    Maps & navigation Explore what’s out there and how to get there. Switch location services on Use Maps to find out where you are, and save your location to the photos you take. Some apps can use your location information to offer you a wider variety of services. 1.
  • Page 86: Get Directions To A Place

    See your current location Maps > Look for restaurants and other interesting places near you Maps, tap on the map, and under Nearby, select a category. Get directions to a place Get directions for walking, driving, or using public transportation – use your current location or any other place as the starting point.
  • Page 87: Positioning Methods

    Tip: You can also set your phone to update the maps automatically when your phone is connected to a Wi-Fi network and is charging. Tap Maps > > Settings > Download or update maps, and under Map updates, switch Automatically update maps to On Delete a map Maps >...
  • Page 88: 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 cellular data settings to reduce your data costs. You can use different settings for roaming and at home.
  • Page 89: Use Your Data Plan Efficiently

    Use your data plan efficiently If you’re worried about your data usage costs, your phone helps you find more efficient ways to use cellular data and track your usage. You can also cut off data connections entirely. 1. Swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap All settings >...
  • Page 90 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. Microsoft Edge > > Open a tab for private browsing Microsoft Edge > > > New InPrivate tab. Private browsing prevents your browser from storing browsing data, such as cookies, browsing history, and temporary internet files.
  • Page 91 Add a website to your favorites If you visit the same websites all the time, add them to your favorites, so you can access them quickly. 1. Tap Microsoft Edge. 2. Go to a website. 3. Tap > add to favorites. 4.
  • Page 92: Search The Web

    Search the web Explore the web and the outside world with Bing search. You can use the keyboard or your voice to write your search words. 1. Tap the search key Tip: If your phone has Cortana, tap and hold the search key , and say your search word.
  • Page 93: Entertainment

    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. Play music Listen to your favorite music wherever you are. 1.
  • Page 94 Play a podcast Keep up with your favorite podcasts and subscribe to them on your phone. 1. Tap Podcasts. 2. Swipe to COLLECTION. 3. 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 Tap the podcast you want to subscribe to, and tap Tip: You can also search for a podcast by name.
  • Page 95 Project your screen over Wi-Fi Project your screen over Wi-Fi on a compatible TV, monitor, or projector to watch a video on a bigger screen. Projecting your screen over Wi-Fi is not supported by all phones. For availability, go to www.microsoft.com/mobile/support/wpfeatures.
  • Page 96: Fm Radio

    FM radio Learn how to listen to the radio on your phone. Listen to FM radio Enjoy your favorite FM radio stations on the go. To listen to the radio, you need to attach a compatible headset to the device. The headset acts as an antenna.
  • Page 97: Sync Music And Videos Between Your Phone And Computer

    Tip: If your computer’s operating system is Mac, you can use the Lumia Photo Transfer for Mac app to transfer your photos and videos. For more information, go to www.microsoft.com/en- us/mobile/support/product/nokia-photo-transfer-for-mac/. For information on which app works with which computer, see the following table:...
  • Page 98: Games

    Games Keep yourself entertained by downloading and playing games on your phone. Get a new game Head to Store to download and install new games on your phone. 1. Tap Store > > Games. 2. Browse the selection, and tap the game you want. 3.
  • Page 99 You may need to add valid credit card information to prove that you are an adult if your kid is 12 years old or younger. No charges are made to your credit card, and your credit card number is not saved. The legal adult age varies by country and region.
  • Page 100: Lifestyle Apps And Services

    Tip: If you want to watch TV, tap Cable/TV, so you can use your phone as the remote control. Play a game Xbox SmartGlass, tap the game and Play on Xbox One, and use your phone as the controller. Change your Xbox One SmartGlass settings Xbox SmartGlass >...
  • Page 101 2. For more details, swipe up. Tip: To see the forecast for your current location for the next 10 days, swipe left on the date slider. Tip: To see more details for another date, tap the date, and swipe up. Tip: To quickly see the weather in other places, save your important locations to your favorites.
  • Page 102: Office

    Office Stay in touch with your documents while you’re traveling. Learn how to use the Office apps. Work with Word Polish your documents on the road with Word. You need a Microsoft account to edit files. Edit an existing document 1.
  • Page 103: Work With Excel

    Work with Excel No need to travel to the office to check the latest figures. With Excel, you can edit your spreadsheets, create new ones, and share your work on a SharePoint site. You need a Microsoft account to edit files. Edit an existing Excel document 1.
  • Page 104: Write A Note In Onenote

    Tip: To zoom in or out, slide your fingers apart or together. PowerPoint saves your files automatically, so you don’t have to do it. You can find your files on OneDrive. Tip: If you want to save the document on your phone, tap >...
  • Page 105: Access Office Files Through Onedrive

    Cortana is not available in all regions and languages. For information on the supported regions and languages, go to www.microsoft.com/mobile/support/cortanaregions. Add an attachment to your note To add an attachment, tap , and browse to the file. Access Office files through OneDrive All the Office files you work on are stored in the OneDrive cloud storage, so you can continue working on them on any device connected to your Microsoft account.
  • Page 106: Phone Management & 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 107: Wi-Fi

    Your phone automatically connects to the VPN when it is required. Edit a VPN profile Tap the profile and Properties > Edit, and change the information as required. Delete a VPN profile Tap the profile and Remove. Wi-Fi Find out more about using the Wi-Fi connection. Connect to Wi-Fi Connecting to a Wi-Fi network is a handy way of accessing the internet.
  • Page 108: 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 Turn the NFC features on in your phone, and start tapping to share stuff or connect to devices. With NFC, you can: •...
  • Page 109 For more info, see the accessory's user guide. Read NFC tags NFC tags can contain info, such as a web address, a phone number, or a business card. The info you want is just a tap away. Tap a tag with the NFC area of your phone. Pay with your phone Forgot your wallet or purse at home? Not a problem –...
  • Page 110: Bluetooth

    Bluetooth You can connect wirelessly to other compatible devices, such as phones, computers, headsets, and car kits. You can also send your photos to compatible phones or to your computer. Connect to a wireless headset With a wireless headset (sold separately), you can speak on the phone hands-free – you can continue what you're doing, such as working at your computer, during a call.
  • Page 111 Send your content using Bluetooth When you want to share your content or send photos you've taken to a friend, use Bluetooth to send your stuff to compatible devices. You can use more than one Bluetooth connection at a time. For example, while using a Bluetooth headset, you can still send things to another device.
  • Page 112: 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.
  • Page 113 Restore backed up data You can restore your backed up data after resetting or updating your phone software, or when setting up a new phone. Sign in to your Microsoft account, and follow the instructions shown on your phone. To reset your phone, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap All settings >...
  • Page 114 Move apps to the memory card Storage > This Device > Apps & games, tap the app you want to move, and tap Move. You can later move the apps back to your phone from the memory card. The type of the memory card may affect how long it takes to move large files to the card. Delete an app from your phone You can remove installed apps that you no longer want to keep or use, to increase the amount of available memory.
  • Page 115: Copy Content Between Your Phone And Computer

    Tip: If you want to transfer your photos to a Mac, it is recommended that you use the Lumia Photo Transfer for Mac app, which you can download from www.microsoft.com/en-us/mobile/ support/product/nokia-photo-transfer-for-mac/. 1. Connect your phone to a compatible computer with a compatible USB cable.
  • Page 116: Security

    Windows Windows Lumia Photo Windows Phone app Phone app for Transfer for Explorer desktop Mac app (photos and videos only) Windows 10 Windows 8 and 8.1 x Windows 8 RT Windows 7 Windows Vista/XP Security Learn how to protect your phone, and to keep your data secure. Protect your phone with a sign-in PIN Set up a sign-in PIN to make sure nobody else can unlock your phone.
  • Page 117 5. Under Require sign-in, set the length of time after which the locked phone requires a sign-in PIN to unlock it. Keep the sign-in PIN secret and in a safe place separate from your phone. Make sure you have a Microsoft account on your phone –...
  • Page 118 Tip: If you’re listening to the radio, you can also use the music controls on the lock screen to change the station or mute the radio. Open Cortana If your phone has Cortana, to open Cortana, tap and hold the search key Cortana is not available in all regions and languages.
  • Page 119 Reset Protection prevents a thief from resetting and reusing your phone if your phone gets stolen. To turn Reset Protection on, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap All settings > Update & security > Find My Phone, and under Reset Protection Off, tap Turn on, and type in your Microsoft account password.
  • Page 120: Wallet

    Choose what information your apps can access Some apps work better if they can access relevant information, such as your calendar, in your phone. You can decide what information your apps can access. 1. Swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap All settings >...
  • Page 121: Troubleshoot Connectivity Issues

    If the code is not supplied with your SIM card, contact your network service provider. Security code (sign-in PIN, lock screen PIN) This helps you protect your phone against unauthorized use and verify your identity. (min. 4 digits) You can set your phone to ask for a PIN when you, for example, unlock your phone, change security settings, or buy an app in Store.
  • Page 122: If Your Phone Doesn't Respond

    If your phone doesn't respond If your phone stops working or responding in the way you're used to, you can quickly restart it to get back on track. Try the following: • Press and hold the power key for about 10 seconds. The phone restarts. If your phone freezes frequently, update your phone software, or reset your phone.
  • Page 123: 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 information such as the model number and the serial number (IMEI). To see the information, tap Settings > System >...
  • Page 124 • Keep the device dry. Precipitation, humidity, and all types of liquids or moisture can contain minerals that corrode electronic circuits. If your device gets wet, remove the battery, and let the device dry. • Do not use or store the device in dusty or dirty areas. •...
  • Page 125 Only use the battery with a charging system that has been qualified with the system per CTIA Certification Requirements for Battery System Compliance to IEEE 1725. Battery and charger safety Always turn the device off and unplug the charger before removing the battery. To unplug a charger or an accessory, hold and pull the plug, not the cord.
  • Page 126 This device has been tested and rated for use with hearing aids for some of the wireless technologies used in this device. However, there may be some newer 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 127 Potentially explosive environments Turn your device off in potentially explosive environments, such as near gas station pumps. Sparks may cause an explosion or fire resulting in injury or death. Note restrictions in areas with fuel; chemical plants; or where blasting operations are in progress. Areas with a potentially explosive environment may not be clearly marked.
  • Page 128 Labeling contains information such as the FCC ID. Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Microsoft Mobile is under license.

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