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    Verizon Wireless is not responsible for any information, content or services you access, download or use from the Internet. You are responsible for maintaining virus and other Internet security protections when accessing service.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Getting Started with Your Phone ....... 6 Phone overview ................6 Feature overview .................11 Inserting and removing the battery ..........13 Removing and inserting a microSD card ........17 Inserting the SIM Card ..............19 Charging the phone ..............20 Touchscreen operations ..............21 Turning the phone on and off ............24 Setup Wizard ................25 Basics ..............

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    Contents Voicemail ..................67 Visual Voice Mail .................68 Contacts ..............74 Opening your contacts ..............74 Adding a new contact ..............76 Editing contact details ..............78 Deleting a contact ...............80 Communicating with your contacts ..........81 Changing which contacts are displayed ........82 Linking or Unlinking contacts information ........83 Importing, exporting, and sharing contacts .........84 Working with Groups ..............86 Working with Favorites ..............88...

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    Reading your messages............116 Responding to messages ............117 Searching your messages ............118 Working with messages in batches ...........118 Composing and sending email ..........118 Working with account folders ............119 Adding and editing email accounts ...........120 Messaging .............. 122 Checking sent and received messages ........122 Sending a message ..............124 Changing Messaging settings ...........127 Browser ..............

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    Changing Calendar settings ............179 Verizon Tones............181 Opening Verizon Tones .............181 ® VZ Navigator ............182 Opening VZ Navigator ...............182 My Verizon Mobile ..........183 Opening My Verizon Mobile ............183 ® G’zGEAR ............... 184 Opening G’zGEAR ..............184 Earth Compass .................185 Thermometer ................188...

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    FM Radio ..................209 ® Quickoffice ................209 Clock ..................210 Calculator .................212 Sound Recorder ...............212 Voice Command ...............213 Desk Cradle ................215 Glove mode ................216 Task ..................217 Settings..............218 Opening Settings ..............218 Wireless & networks ..............218 DEVICE ..................221 PERSONAL ................224 ACCOUNTS ................229 SYSTEM ...................230 Safety ..............

  • Page 8: Getting Started With Your Phone

    Getting Started with Your Phone Phone overview 1. Earpiece 2. Notification Indicator 13. Third Microphone 12. Light Sensor 3. Front Camera Lens 11. Proximity Sensor 4. Touchscreen 10. Back Key 9. Home Key 8. Recent Apps Key 5. Main Microphone 7.

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    25. Pressure Sensor 14. Top Internal Antenna Area* 24. Temperature Sensor 23. LED Flash 15. Rear Camera 22. Battery Cover Lens Lock 21. microSD Card 16. Secondary Slot (under the Microphone battery) 17. NFC Touchpoint 20. Back Cover 19. SIM Card Slot 18.

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    28. Charging/Data 26. Volume Keys Port 27. Tactile Key 29. Charging Terminals 30. 3.5mm Headset Jack 32. Power/Lock Key 31. Wrist-Strap Eyelet 1. Earpiece 2. Notification Indicator State Indicator Charging Lights up in red New message, email, voicemail Blinks in green or missed call 3.

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    Recent Apps Key Opens a list of recently used applications. Home Key Returns to the Home screen. Back Key Returns to the previous screen. Use to close pop up or menu screens. 11. Proximity Sensor If the proximity sensor is covered, you may not be able to operate the phone as a result.

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    Tactile Key Press and hold to open the application assigned to the Tactile key. By default, Glove Mode opens. 28. Charging/Data Port Plug in the USB Cable here (included in the box). 29. Charging Terminals The terminals used to charge the phone when it is placed in the cradle (sold separately).

  • Page 13: Feature Overview

    Feature overview Water resistance The CASIO G’zOne COMMANDO™ 4G LTE is water resistant. It provides reliable performance for outdoor activities, and in wet conditions such as driving rain or high humidity. The tested device meets the requirements of the MIL-STD-810G (Rain &...

  • Page 14: Shock Resistance

    • If the CASIO G’zOne COMMANDO™ 4G LTE body is wet, shake to drain excess water. • When the CASIO G’zOne COMMANDO™ 4G LTE body is wet, water can seep into the gaps of the microphones, sensors and other locations. If the product was exposed to water, your clothes or bag may get wet, and sounds may become difficult to hear.

  • Page 15: Inserting And Removing The Battery

    Inserting and removing the battery The phone comes with a rechargeable battery. Warning! • Use only approved batteries for the CASIO G’zOne COMMANDO™ 4G LTE. • Wipe your phone before opening the back cover to prevent moisture or dust from entering.

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    Slide the Battery Cover Lock upward to the FREE position, as shown in the figure. Insert your fingertip in the groove 1 and pull up on the back cover in the direction of the arrow 2. When the back cover is disengaged, pull it in the direction of the arrow 3.

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    To remove the battery, slide the Battery Lock to the right to the FREE position 1. Insert your fingertip in the groove 2 and pull up on the battery in the direction of the arrow 3. Insert the battery cover tabs into the slots 1 and press the back cover in the direction of the arrow 2.

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    Warning! • Do not twist the back cover as shown in the right figure. Doing so can damage the phone and the back cover. • When inserting the battery, please insert the battery parallel to the slot surface. Incorrectly inserting the battery can damage the terminal contacts.

  • Page 19: Removing And Inserting A Microsd Card

    Removing and inserting a microSD card To expand the memory of your device, you can insert a microSD card in the phone. Removing a microSD card Warning! • The microSD card is very small. Make sure you do not drop it. •...

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    Insert the battery and replace the back cover making sure to slide the Battery Lock and Battery Cover Lock to the LOCK position. (For instructions on how to insert the battery and the back cover, refer to steps 3 through 7 of “Inserting and removing the battery” beginning on page 13.) Inserting a microSD card Warning!

  • Page 21: Inserting The Sim Card

    Remove the back cover and the battery. (For instructions on how to remove the back cover and the battery, refer to steps 1 through 4 of “Inserting and removing the battery” beginning on page 13.) Hold the microSD card so the terminals of the phone and the card are facing each other, and carefully insert the microSD card into the slot, as shown in the right...

  • Page 22: Charging The Phone

    Charging the phone To charge the battery: Open the Charging/Data Port cover with your fingertip. Plug the USB Cable (included in box) into the Charging/Data Port. Connect the other end of the USB Cable to the USB port on the Wall Charger (included in box).

  • Page 23: Touchscreen Operations

    Touchscreen operations Most of the phone operations are performed on the Touchscreen by touching or dragging. Warning! • When working in glove mode, there are some gloves that cannot be used to operate the phone, such as thick gloves, etc. •...

  • Page 24: Double Tap

    Drag Touch and hold an item on the screen and then, without lifting your finger, move the item to the target position. Swipe or slide To swipe or slide, move your finger quickly in a horizontal or vertical direction on the Touchscreen. For example, you can swipe the Home screen to view the left/right Home screen extension panels, or slide the screen up or down to scroll through an email list.

  • Page 25: Rotate The Screen

    Rotate the screen In many applications, rotating the phone also rotates the orientation of the screen display. NOTE The screen rotation is enabled by default. To disable it, tap the Menu on the Home screen, then tap Settings > Display and uncheck Auto-rotate screen.

  • Page 26: Turning The Phone On And Off

    Turning the phone on and off Turning the phone on Press and hold the Power/Lock Key until the display lights up. NOTES • When you first turn on the phone, you are prompted to perform Initial setup. See “Setup Wizard” on page 25. •...

  • Page 27: Setup Wizard

    Review terms for Location Sharing and Data Use to use your phone’s location. Check I agree to enable location and tap Next. Tap Go To My Verizon to check account balance, usage and make payments. To skip account setup, tap Go to Google Setup.

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    Done: Finishes the initial setup to use your phone. When your phone setup is completed, your phone screen will say “Congratulations!”. Tap Done with setup. NOTES • If Emergency is tapped, you can place an emergency call without unlocking the phone. •...

  • Page 29: Basics

    Basics Turning the screen on and off You can turn off the screen to conserve the battery. The Touchscreen is locked while the screen is off to prevent accidental operation. NOTE The screen also turns off when the phone is not used for a certain period of time.

  • Page 30: Getting To Know The Home Screen

    NOTES • The display can be awakened by pressing the Tactile key and the Volume keys in addition to the Power/Lock key • If you lock your screen, you must draw the unlock pattern, use facial recognition or enter a PIN/password to unlock it. See “Locking your screen”...

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    • Tap the Apps icon at the bottom of the screen to view all installed applications. See “Opening and switching applications” on page Viewing other parts of the Home screen Slide your finger left or right across the Home screen. These additional screens provide more space for widgets, shortcuts, and other items.

  • Page 32: Monitoring Your Phone's Status

    • The default Home screen will blink when Set default home screen is tapped. Tap one of the Home screen thumbnails to set it as default. Monitoring your phone’s status The Status bar is at the top of every screen. It displays icons indicating you have received notifications (on the left) and icons indicating the phone’s status (on the right), along with the current time.

  • Page 33: Notification Icons

    Silent mode-Vibrate Battery is charging Silent mode-Mute Speakerphone is on Location information is Phone microphone is mute available Battery is very low No SIM Card Battery is low E911 Only Battery is partially drained Alarm is set Battery is full Unrecognized SIM Card Notification icons The following icons indicate that you have received a notification.

  • Page 34: Managing Notifications

    Application update available Music Uploading data Player Music Downloading data GPS is on Connected to VPN Backup Assistant Plus Receiving location data Screenshot captured from GPS Select input method Wi-Fi Direct FM Radio Managing notifications Notification icons report the arrival of new messages, calendar events, and alarms, as well as ongoing events, such as current call status.

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    Opening the Notifications panel Drag the Status bar down from the top of the screen. The Notifications panel displays your wireless provider and a list of your current notifications. Notifications about ongoing activities are listed first, followed by Notifications about events, such as new mail notifications or Calendar reminders.

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    Clearing all notifications Open the Notifications panel. Tap the Clear icon at the right of the panel. All event-based notifications are cleared; ongoing notifications remain in the list. Accessing additional functions Open the Notifications panel. In addition to notifications, this panel also provides quick setting functions.

  • Page 37: Opening And Switching Applications

    Opening and switching applications The Apps screen, which you open from the Home screen, holds icons for all of the applications on your phone, including any applications downloaded and installed from the Play Store or other sources. When you open an application, the other applications being used do not exit.

  • Page 38: Customizing The Home Screen

    • You can add an application icon or a widget to the Home screen by touching and holding it on the Apps screen until it vibrates, and then dragging it to another location on the Home screen. • You can rearrange the order of the icons. Tap the App icon >...

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    touching and holding it on the Apps screen until it vibrates, and then dragging it to a desired location on the Home screen. Widgets: Add any of a variety of miniature applications (widgets) to your Home screen, including a clock, music player, picture frame, power manager, calendar showing upcoming appointments, and news.

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    Renaming a folder Tap the folder to open it. Tap the folder’s name. Enter a new name. Tap the Enter key on keyboard. Changing the Home screen wallpaper From the Home screen, tap the Menu key > Wallpaper. Tap one of the following wallpaper types: Gallery: Choose a picture taken using the camera or saved to your phone as a wallpaper.

  • Page 41: Working With Widgets

    Working with widgets This phone comes pre-installed with various widgets. You can also download widgets from the Play Store. Amazon You can access Amazon’s Kindle Store, Shop, and Music applications. Clock You can select the clock to display on the Home screen from three types of Analog Clocks, a Compass Clock, three types of Digital Clocks, and a World Clock.

  • Page 42: Direct Dial

    Contact You can set your frequently accessed contacts as a widget. Direct dial You can create a shortcut for calling a registered telephone number with one tap. Direct message You can create a shortcut for creating a message to a registered contact.

  • Page 43: Google Play™ Books

    ® G’zGEAR G’zGEAR comes with various widgets: G’zGEAR BAROMETER, G’zGEAR EARTH COMPASS, G’zGEAR MOONRISE MOONSET, G’zGEAR PEDOMETER, G’zGEAR SUNRISE SUNSET, G’zGEAR TIDES, G’zGEAR VIRTUAL TREK. See “Widgets in G’zGEAR” on page 196 for details. G’zWORLD You can use G’zWORLD widget to share your location with other people by using the map.

  • Page 44: Photo Gallery

    Music playlist You can play your favorite playlist easily by adding this widget. My Verizon Data You can use the My Verizon Data widget to access My Verizon Mobile to display an overview of your data usage. News & Weather The News &...

  • Page 45: Power Control

    Play Store™ The Play Store widget displays recommended applications, tap to view details and install it. Power control You can use the Power control widget to turn Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, or Auto-sync on or off. You can also adjust the brightness of the screen from the Home screen.

  • Page 46: Slacker Radio

    Slacker Radio You can listen to free personalized radio or create your own custom radio stations from millions of songs. Task You can add, view and manage tasks. Voice Memo You can use the Voice Memo widget to record and save voice recordings to Internal Storage Memory.

  • Page 47: Working With Menus

    Working with menus There are two kinds of Android menus: option menus and context menus. Option menus Option menus contain action items based on the current screen or application, not to any specific item on the screen. You can open option menus by tapping the Menu key .

  • Page 48: Quickly Connecting To Your Contacts

    When you touch and hold some items on a screen, a context menu appears. Quickly connecting to your contacts As you build up your list of contacts on your phone, you can use Quick Contact for Android in many applications to quickly start a chat, email, or text message;...

  • Page 49: Silent Mode

    Tap an icon to open its application and start communicating with your contact right away. You can also tap an icon to edit the contact’s information in Contacts, to view the contact’s address in VZ Navigator ® , and so on, depending on which applications and accounts are configured on your phone.

  • Page 50: Airplane Mode

    Airplane mode Some locations may require you to turn off your phone’s wireless connections. You can turn off all these wireless connections at once by placing your phone in Airplane mode. Press and hold the Power/Lock Key until the pop-up menu appears.

  • Page 51: Locking Your Screen

    Locking your screen You can lock your screen so that only you can unlock it to place calls, access your data, buy applications, and so on. From the Home screen, tap the Menu key > Settings > Security. Tap Screen lock Tap Tap, Face Unlock, Pattern, PIN, or Password.

  • Page 52: Optimizing Battery Life

    Optimizing battery life You can extend your battery’s life by turning off unwanted features and applications. You can also monitor how applications and system resources consume battery power. Extending the life of your battery You can extend the life of your battery by performing the following operations: •...

  • Page 53: Monitoring And Controlling What Uses The Battery

    Monitoring and controlling what uses the battery The Battery Use screen shows which applications consume the most battery power. You can also use it to turn off installed applications that you have downloaded if they are consuming too much power. From the Home screen, tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 54: Entering And Editing Text

    Entering and Editing Text Entering text You can enter text using the onscreen keyboard. Some applications open the keyboard automatically. In others, you tap a text field where you want to enter text to open the keyboard. Tap a text field for keyboard. Type text.

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    NOTES • If you tap a suggested word that is not in the predictive text dictionary, it is automatically added to the dictionary. • Depending on the key, the list of relevant characters or symbols pops up when you touch and hold the key. You can enter a character or symbol by tapping it in the list.

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    Keyboard: Full QWERTY keyboard same as that of PC. This keyboard is displayed by default. Reduced keyboard: The keyboard with two alphabetical characters assigned to one key. Phone keypad: Keypad similar to those of found on basic cell phones. Keyboard Reduced Keyboard Phone Keypad Tap the left arrow icon...

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    Tap once to capitalize the next character Shift Case key you type. Touch and hold for all caps. See “Entering numbers, punctuations, ?123 key and symbols” on page 53. Deletes the preceding character. Delete key If Word Reselection of XT9 Text Input settings is checked, by placing the cursor at the end of the word and tapping the Delete key once, the word is...

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    Entering words using Trace Input feature On the Full QWERTY keyboard, you can enter a word by tracing from key to key with your finger held on it. If, for example, you want to enter “Word”, trace from W to D key on the keyboard as shown in the figure below.

  • Page 59: Editing Text

    NOTES • To rotate the screen to horizontal automatically as you turn the phone sideways, Auto-rotate screen of Display settings must be checked. See “Display” on page 221. • The horizontal keyboard may not be available in some applications. Editing text You can edit the text entered in text fields.

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    NOTES • You can select all the text in the text field by touching and holding the text field, then tapping the icon from the icon menu that appears. • You can unselect the text by tapping unselected text in the same or in another text field, or tapping the Back key Cutting or copying text Select the text to cut or copy.

  • Page 61: Phone

    Phone You can use the Phone application to make calls. You can dial an incoming, outgoing, or missed call number recorded in the call log. Placing a call Tap the phone icon on the Home screen. Tap a tab to switch to Call log or Favorites.

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    Tap the call icon to place a call. The call in progress screen appears. ERI (Enhanced Roaming Indicator) Name in Contacts or caller’s phone number. Call duration Tap to end a call. Tap to display the dialpad for Tap to call another person. sending a DTMF tone.

  • Page 63: Answering A Call

    Answering a call When there is an incoming call, the screen will show information such as the caller’s phone number or name depending on the information stored in Contacts. Locked Screen Name in Contacts or phone number. Double tap to reject call. Double tap to answer.

  • Page 64: Rejecting An Incoming Call

    NOTES • All incoming calls are recorded in the Call log. • If there is an incoming call while another call is in progress, the first caller will be put on hold if you choose to answer the new call. Rejecting an incoming call When there is an incoming call, it will appear on the screen.

  • Page 65: Operation During A Call

    NOTE You can select a ringtone that comes with the phone, or one that you saved as a ringtone by using the Music application. See “Using a song as a phone ringtone” on page 165. Operation during a call Switching to the speakerphone To turn on the speakerphone, tap the speaker icon on the call in progress screen.

  • Page 66: Managing Multiple Calls

    Switching between a Bluetooth headset and the phone When a Bluetooth headset is connected to your phone, you can switch between using your Bluetooth headset or just your phone. While placing a call using a Bluetooth headset, tap the Bluetooth icon on the call in progress screen and tap Speaker or Handset earpiece to switch to using just your phone.

  • Page 67: Working With The Call Log

    Switching between multiple calls If you accept a new call when you are already on a call, you can switch between the two calls. When there is another incoming call while you are already on a call, the Incoming call screen opens. Tap the icon to answer a new call.

  • Page 68: Dialing By Voice

    Tap a phone number or name. The details of the Call log appear. If the phone number is not in Contacts, Add to contacts is displayed and you can tap to add Tap to place a call. the phone number to Contacts. If the phone number is already in Tap to send a text message.

  • Page 69: Voicemail

    Tap the Voice Command icon The Voice Command opens, listens for your spoken instructions, and displays some hints for how to use it. Say “Call” followed by the name of the contact to call. Or, follow one of the suggestions for dialing a number or controlling your phone in other ways.

  • Page 70: Visual Voice Mail

    Listening to your voicemail Tap the Voicemail icon on the Home screen or in the Apps screen. The Voicemail menu screen opens. Tap Call Voicemail to dial *86. The dialpad will automatically appear on the call in progress screen. Follow the instructions and enter a number or the # sign as requested.

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    Subscribing to Visual Voice Mail Tap the Voicemail icon on the Home screen or in the Apps screen. The Voicemail menu screen opens. Tap Subscribe to Visual Voice Mail > Accept. Tap OK > Subscribe > Accept > Accept > Exit. Typical steps when you access the Visual Voice Mail for the first time are described above.

  • Page 72: To Adjust The Volume

    Listening to your voicemail Tap the Voicemail icon on the Home screen or in the Apps screen. The Visual Voice Mail screen opens. Touch and hold the check box to A heard voicemail select voicemail. Selecting voicemail changes the menu on the bar. From the menu, you can select Delete, Check OFF, An unheard voicemail Lock, and Star.

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    NOTE When you have a new voicemail message, a new voicemail icon appears in the Status bar. If you have already subscribed to Visual Voice Mail, drag the Status bar down to open the Notification panel and tap New voicemails to open Visual Voice Mail. Using the menu on the Visual Voice Mail screen The following menu is available on the Visual Voice Mail screen.

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    Deleting multiple voicemails From the Visual Voice Mail screen, tap the Menu key > Select All. All voicemails will be check-marked. Tap a check-marked voicemail to un-check it. Tap the icon Composing and sending a voicemail From the Visual Voice Mail screen, tap the Compose icon The Compose Voice Message screen is displayed.

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    NOTE Tap the Menu key on the Voicemail composing screen to access the following options: Mark Urgent: Sets the status of the voicemail to urgent. Mark Private: Sets the status of the voicemail to private. Changing Visual Voice Mail settings From the Visual Voice Mail screen, tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 76: Contacts

    Contacts The Contacts application gives you quick and easy access to the people you want to reach. The Contacts application allows you to store names, phone numbers, and other information in your phone’s memory. Opening your contacts Open Contacts to add, view, and communicate with your friends and acquaintances.

  • Page 77: Searching For A Contact

    Viewing details about a contact Open your contacts. Tap the contact whose details you want to view. Entries for communicating with the contact are followed by details. Slide down to view map. Tap a contact method to start communicating with the contact. Tap an icon to call, email, text, map, and so on.

  • Page 78: Adding A New Contact

    Adding a new contact You can add contacts on your phone and synchronize them with the contacts in your Google, Backup Assistant Plus, Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, or other accounts that support syncing contacts. Open your contacts. Tap the icon If you have more than one account for contacts, tap the account you want to add the contact to.

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    Tap Add new to add more than one entry for that category—for example, to add both work and home numbers. Tap the label to the right of the contact information to open a menu with preset labels, such as MOBILE, HOME, WORK, HOME FAX, WORK FAX, CUSTOM for a phone number.

  • Page 80: Editing Contact Details

    Editing contact details You can change or add contact details. NOTE Some contact entries contain information from multiple sources: information that you added manually or Contacts linked from multiple accounts to consolidate duplicates and so on. If you find duplicate entries in Contacts, you can link them into a single entry, as described in “Linking contacts”...

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    Setting a ringback tone for a contact Open your contacts. Tap the name of a contact in the list to view its details. Tap the Menu key > Set ringbacktone. The Verizon Tones screen opens. Set a ringback tone in Verizon Tones.

  • Page 82: Deleting A Contact

    Deleting a contact Open your contacts. Tap the name of a contact in the list to view its details. Tap the Menu key > Delete > OK. NOTES • If you delete a contact from Google Contacts (or another account with editable contacts), the contact is also deleted from Contacts on the web the next time you sync your phone.

  • Page 83: Communicating With Your Contacts

    Communicating with your contacts From the Contacts or Favorites tab, you can quickly call or send a text (SMS) or multimedia message (MMS) to a contact’s default phone number. You can also open details to view a list of all the ways you can communicate with that contact.

  • Page 84: Changing Which Contacts Are Displayed

    Changing which contacts are displayed You can hide contacts that don’t have phone numbers. You can also configure which account’s groups of contacts you want to display in the Contacts list. Changing what account’s groups are displayed Open your contacts. Tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 85: Linking Or Unlinking Contacts Information

    Linking or Unlinking contacts information Linking contacts When you add an account or add contacts in other ways, such as by exchanging emails, Contacts attempts to avoid duplication by linking any new contact information with existing contacts under a single entry. You can also link contacts manually.

  • Page 86: Importing, Exporting, And Sharing Contacts

    Importing, exporting, and sharing contacts If you have contacts stored in vCard format on a microSD card, you can import them into Contacts on your phone. You can export contacts in vCard format to a microSD card, to back them up to a PC or other device.

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    Exporting contacts to your microSD card You can export all of the contacts on your phone to your microSD card, as a group vCard file. You can then copy this file to a PC or another device that can work with files in this format, such as an address book application.

  • Page 88: Working With Groups

    Working with Groups Once you add contacts to a group, you can broadcast messages or emails to all members of the group. Adding a new group Tap the Contact icon on the Home screen. Tap the Groups tab. Tap the icon If you have more than one account with contacts, tap the account to which you want to add the group.

  • Page 89: Removing A Contact From A Group

    Editing a group name Open the Groups tab. Tap the group you want to edit. Tap the Menu key > Edit. Edit the group name. Tap Save to finish. Removing a contact from a group Open the Groups tab. Tap the group whose contact you want to remove. Tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 90: Working With Favorites

    Working with Favorites The Favorites tab contains the contacts starred as favorites followed by a list of the contacts you communicate with most frequently. Adding a contact to your favorites Tap the Contact icon on the Home screen. Tap the Contacts tab. Tap a contact to view its details.

  • Page 91: Configuring Backup Assistant Plus

    Configuring Backup Assistant Plus Backup Assistant Plus safeguards your phone’s contacts and automatically saves a copy of the names, phone numbers, email addresses, etc., stored in your phone. You can view, print, add, delete, or edit your contacts online. NOTE Subject to specific terms of use.

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    Syncing Contacts manually You need to sync your Contacts manually, if you unchecked Auto- sync. Tap the Contact icon on the Home screen. Tap the Contacts tab. Tap the Menu key > Backup Assistant Plus. Tap Backup now. Changing schedule for auto-syncing You can change the scheduled time to perform auto-syncing.

  • Page 93: Connecting To Networks

    Connecting to Networks Connecting to mobile networks When you buy your phone and sign up for service, your phone is configured to use your provider’s mobile networks for voice and data communication. The icons in the Status bar indicate which type of data network you are connected to and the network signal strength.

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    Configuring system select You can set your phone to search or roam for another network when you are not in your carrier’s range. Leave this setting as default unless you want to alter the system selection as instructed by your service provider. From the Home screen, tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 95: Connecting To Wi-fi Networks

    Connecting to Wi-Fi networks Connecting to a Wi-Fi network “hotspot” or wireless access point enables faster data transmission. Some access points are open and free to connect while others are hidden or protected by passwords and other security measures requiring additional configuration. The following Status bar icons indicate Wi-Fi status.

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    NOTES • Tap a network name on the Wi-Fi settings screen while connected to a network to display detailed information such as speed, security, address, etc. • Touch and hold a network name on the Wi-Fi settings screen while connected to the network for the following options: Forget network: Erases saved information for the added Wi-Fi network.

  • Page 97: Connecting To Virtual Private Networks

    NOTE The phone will connect automatically to added Wi-Fi networks when you enter its access range. Connecting to virtual private networks Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) allow you to connect to resources inside a secured local network from outside that network. To connect to VPN, configure VPN settings in Settings.

  • Page 98: Vpn Client

    NOTE Touch and hold the added VPN name on the VPN settings screen to access the following options: Edit profile: Allows you to edit the VPN settings. Delete profile: Deletes the VPN settings. Connecting to a VPN From the Home screen, tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 99: Working With Secure Certificates

    Working with secure certificates If your VPN or Wi-Fi network relies on secure certificates, you must obtain the certificates and save them to your phone’s secure credential storage before you can configure access to the VPN or Wi-Fi network. For specific instructions, contact your network administrator. Installing a secure certificate from the microSD card The installed certificate can be used to connect to a secured network.

  • Page 100: Connecting To Devices

    Connecting to Devices Connecting to a Headset You can connect a compatible headset device equipped with a standard 3.5mm plug to your phone for safe, convenient, hands-free conversations. To open the Headset Jack cover, insert your fingertip into the notch and open the cover. Plug the connector into the Headset Jack.

  • Page 101: Connecting To A Pc Via Usb

    Connecting to a PC via USB You can connect your phone to a PC with the USB Cable (included in box), to transfer music, pictures, and other files between your phone’s internal/external storages and the PC. NOTES • EUT (End User Upgrade Tool) is designed to upgrade the latest software from a PC to a device using a USB connection.

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    NOTES • To manually end the EUT mode, drag down the Status Bar, tap Preparing upgrade tool and tap End upgrade tool mode. • While the phone’s storage is mounted as a drive on your PC, you will not be able to share your phone’s data connection with your PC via USB.

  • Page 103: Connecting To Bluetooth Devices

    ® Connecting to Bluetooth devices Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology that devices can use to exchange information over a distance of about 8 meters. The most common Bluetooth devices are headphones for placing calls or listening to music, hands-free kits for cars, and other portable devices, including laptops and cell phones.

  • Page 104: Turning Bluetooth On Or Off

    Turning Bluetooth on or off From the Home screen, tap the Menu key > Settings. Slide the Bluetooth switch to the ON or OFF position. NOTE Turn off Bluetooth when you are not using it to extend the life of your battery between charges.

  • Page 105: Connecting To A Bluetooth Device

    If a device you want to pair with isn’t listed, make it discoverable. Check the device’s manual to learn how to make it discoverable by your phone as well as other instructions on pairing. If your phone stops scanning before you make the other device discoverable, tap SEARCH FOR DEVICES.

  • Page 106: Unpairing A Bluetooth Device

    Disconnecting from a Bluetooth device Tap the device in the Bluetooth settings screen. Tap OK. Unpairing a Bluetooth device You can unpair a Bluetooth device to erase all pairing information about the device. Tap the icon in the Bluetooth settings screen. Tap Unpair.

  • Page 107: Sharing Your Phone's Mobile Data Connection

    Mobile Hotspot is active (Number indicates devices connected) NOTE Mobile Hotspot requires a subscription to Mobile Hotspot/Mobile Broadband Connect service. Contact Verizon Wireless for more information. Sharing your phone’s data connection as a Mobile Hotspot From the Home screen, tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 108: Configuring Network Settings

    Configuring Network settings From the Home screen, tap the Menu key > Settings > Mobile Hotspot. Tap Network settings. Configure Mobile Hotspot: You can select one of the following configuration types. Automatic setup creates an SSID and Key for your Mobile Hotspot.

  • Page 109: Nfc

    You can use the NFC function to share information between your phone and another NFC device, typically by touching the devices together back-to-back. From the Home screen, tap the Menu key > Settings > More..Tap NFC and tap Enable in the dialog to turn on NFC. NFC must be turned on in order to use Android Beam.

  • Page 110

    Stopping music playback Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the DLNA icon Tap the MyPhone icon to select Now playing list. Tap Audio. Tap the icon to stop music playback.

  • Page 111: Accounts

    ACCOUNTS ACCOUNTS You can sync contacts, email, calendar events, and other information with your phone, from multiple Google accounts, Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync accounts and personal email accounts, depending on the applications installed on your phone. For example, you can start by adding your personal Google account, so your personal email, contacts, and calendar are always available.

  • Page 112: Adding An Account

    Adding an account NOTE To add some accounts, you may need to obtain details from an IT support representative about the service to connect such as the account’s domain or server address. From the Home screen, tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 113: Configuring Account Sync Settings

    Configuring account sync settings You can configure background data use and synchronization options for all of the applications on your phone. You can also configure what types of data you synchronize for each account. Some applications, such as Gmail and Calendar, have their own synchronization settings. NOTES •...

  • Page 114

    Changing account sync settings From the Home screen, tap the Menu key > Settings. Tap the account type you would like to sync. Your current accounts list is displayed. Some or all information from this account is configured to sync automatically with your phone.

  • Page 115

    Syncing information manually From the Home screen, tap the Menu key > Settings. Tap the account type you would like to sync. Your current accounts list is displayed. Tap the account whose data you want to sync. Tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 116: Email

    Email You can use the Email application to read and send email. The Email includes a wizard that makes it easy to configure several popular email service providers. Opening Email Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the Email icon to open.

  • Page 117

    Tap an account to select account Number of unread emails and its folder. The default account for sending email is indicated with a checkmark. • The default account for sending email is indicated with a mark. Tap an account to open its Inbox. Number of unread messages Previously read messages.

  • Page 118: Reading Your Messages

    Reading your messages You can read messages in the Inbox or other folders for individual accounts. NOTE When you receive a new message, a notification shows in the Status bar, unless Email notifications are tunred off in the Email Account settings, where you can also set whether or not the phone vibrates with the notification, and associate it with a ringtone.

  • Page 119: Responding To Messages

    Responding to messages You can reply to, or forward, a message that you receive. You can also delete messages and manage them in other ways. Replying to, or forwarding a message With a message opened, tap the icon to reply, or tap the icon >...

  • Page 120: Searching Your Messages

    Searching your messages Open an account’s Inbox, or another folder of messages. Tap the search icon Enter the word(s) you want to search for. Tap the search icon to start the search. The list of searched emails is displayed. Working with messages in batches You can delete, star, or mark as unread a batch of messages at once.

  • Page 121: Working With Account Folders

    NOTES • If you are not ready to send the message, tap the Menu key > Save draft to save it in a Drafts folder. Tap a draft message in a Drafts folder to resume working on it. Your message is also saved as a draft if you tap the Back key before sending it.

  • Page 122: Adding And Editing Email Accounts

    Adding and editing email accounts The first time you open Email, you are prompted to set up an email account. After that, you can configure Email to send and receive email from additional accounts. You can set up the same email accounts used on a PC in a web browser or with another email application.

  • Page 123

    Deleting an email account Open the Accounts screen. Tap the Menu key > Settings. Tap the account you want to delete. Tap Remove account > OK.

  • Page 124: Messaging

    Messaging Checking sent and received messages You can check the messages you exchanged with individual people as a separate thread. Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the Messaging icon The Messaging screen opens. Tap to open an ongoing message Tap to open Quick Contacts.

  • Page 125

    • If the message contains a multimedia file, you can tap Play to open, view, or listen to the file. NOTE When there is a new message, the new message icon appears on the Status bar. Drag the status bar down to open the Notifications panel and tap the new message to open the Message thread screen.

  • Page 126: Sending A Message

    Delete conversation: Deletes the displayed thread. If there are locked messages, check Delete locked messages and then tap Delete. All conversations: Returns to the Messaging screen. • Touch and hold a message on the Message thread screen to access the following options: Copy text: Copy whole texts on the Message conversation which you selected.

  • Page 127: Sending A Multimedia Message

    You can tap a suggestion or continue entering the phone number. Tap the “Type message” field and start entering your message. Tap Send. The Message thread screen opens and the sent message appears. A message thread is created and the message from the recipient is displayed on the same screen.

  • Page 128

    To add a subject, tap the Menu key > Add subject and enter the subject. To attach a file, tap the Menu key > Attach and tap one of the following multimedia file types. Pictures: Allows you to select and attach a picture saved on the microSD card.

  • Page 129: Changing Messaging Settings

    Sending a group massage NOTE All messages are billed per recipient at your plan’s standard rates. Group Conversation: Like email, all recipients with compatible phones can see everyone. Sent as multimedia messages. Individual Messages: Like an email “Bcc” list, recipients can’t see anyone on the list and can reply only to you.

  • Page 130

    Use callback number: Automatically adds a callback number when composing a message. Select callback number: You can select Use my phone number or Set callback number. If you have selected Set callback number, tap Callback number settings and enter a callback number.

  • Page 131

    Group Conversations: Uncheck to select Individual Messages by default when creating a message with multiple recipients entered. Geotagged Picture: Always allow to attach geotagged pictures. LOCATION SETTINGS Auto Wi-Fi Enable: Check to enable Wi-Fi automatically when starting location map. NOTIFICATIONS Enable Popup: A popup will appear when a new message arrives.

  • Page 132: Browser

    Browser The Browser allows you to view web pages. Opening Browser Tap the Browser icon on the Home screen or in the Apps screen. The Browser opens with the web page you most recently viewed. If you have not used the Browser recently, your home page is displayed.

  • Page 133: Viewing A Web Page

    Enter the address (URL) of the web page. As you enter the address, the search function shows suggestions of web pages and queries. Tap the suggestion or continue to enter the full address and tap the Enter key NOTES • The URL bar may not be displayed at the top of the Browser screen on some websites.

  • Page 134

    Scrolling a web page On the Browser screen, slide the page toward the desired direction with your finger. Zooming in or out of a web page • Place two fingers on the desired area of the screen at once and spread them apart to zoom in.

  • Page 135

    Tap to end your search. Tap to jump to the previous or next matching word. Tap the up arrow icon or down arrow icon to jump to and highlight the previous or next matching word. Tap the close icon to end your search. Copying text on a web page Tap and hold the text or word you want to select.

  • Page 136: Navigating Between Web Pages

    Navigating between web pages Opening a link Tap a link you want to open on the web page. NOTES • When you touch and hold a link, the following options will appear: Open: Opens the linked web page. Open in new tab: Opens the linked web page in a new tab. Save link: Saves the linked web page as a file.

  • Page 137

    NOTES • Bookmarked pages have a gold star next to their title. • When you tap a gold star next to the page’s title, the page is deleted from the bookmark. • When you tap a gray star next to the page’s title, the page is added to the bookmark.

  • Page 138: Working With Bookmarks

    Working with bookmarks You can bookmark frequently visited web pages to quickly view them. Bookmarking a web page Tap the Menu key while viewing the Browser screen. Tap Save to bookmarks. Edit the name or URL as needed and tap OK. Viewing bookmarked pages Tap the icon >...

  • Page 139: Downloading Files

    Downloading files Image files, web pages, and applications can be downloaded from websites. Downloaded files will be stored in the phone’s memory. NOTES • The way to download image files, documents, applications and other files depends on the web page. Download files according to the web page instructions.

  • Page 140: Working With Multiple Browser Windows

    Downloading an image and setting it as wallpaper Touch and hold an image on a web page for context menu. The context menu opens. Tap Set as wallpaper. The images is downloaded and set as wallpaper of the Home screen. Working with multiple Browser windows You can open up to 16 Browser windows at a time and switch between them.

  • Page 141: Changing Browser Settings

    Closing a Browser window Tap the icon on the URL bar. If the URL bar is not visible, scroll up until the URL bar can be seen. The list of Browser windows is displayed. Tap the close icon of the Browser window you want to close. Changing Browser settings Tap the Menu key while viewing the Browser screen.

  • Page 142

    Clear form data: Tap to delete all the information which the Browser remembers about what you have entered on forms. Enable location: When checked, you permit websites with location-specific contents to ask whether you want to share your location information, using the Phone’s location information. To provide your location information for a website, you must also have location sharing enabled in Access to my location of Location access settings.

  • Page 143

    Advanced Set search engine: You can select the internet search engine such as Google, Yahoo or Bing. Open in background: When checked, the linked page opened in a new window will open in the background. When unchecked, new windows will open in place of the current window. Enable JavaScript: When checked, the Browser allows JavaScript to run.

  • Page 144

    Bandwidth management Search result preloading: Allows browser to preload high confidence search results in the background. Load images: When checked, the Browser loads images when displaying web pages. When unchecked, the Browser does not load images when displaying web pages. Labs Quick controls: When checked, you can slide thumb from the left or right edge to open quick controls and hide app and URL bars.

  • Page 145: Camera

    Camera The Camera application is a combination of both the camera and camcorder, which allows you to take pictures, shoot videos, and share them. Opening Camera Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the Camera icon Camera opens, ready to take a picture. Tap to preview your Tap to set Camera pictures or videos in...

  • Page 146: Taking Pictures And Shooting Videos

    Taking pictures and shooting videos NOTE Be sure to clean the protective lens cover with a microfiber cloth before taking pictures. A lens cover with smudges from fingers can cause blurry pictures with a “halo” effect. Taking a picture Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen.

  • Page 147: Shooting A Video

    NOTES • To focus first and then take a picture, touch and hold the Shutter icon to focus on a subject, then lift your finger to take a focused picture. If you want to cancel taking the picture, slide your finger off the Shutter icon and release your finger.

  • Page 148: Changing Camera Settings

    Changing Camera settings The Camera application has automatic settings that you can use to take quick point-and-shoot photographs and videos. But Camera also has a number of ways to control your exposures, including controlling the focus, turning the flash on and off, and adjusting the white balance. You can even shoot negatives or use other special effects.

  • Page 149

    Scene: Tap to open the Scene settings menu. • Auto: Camera detects mode that works best for the scene. • Portrait: Suited for portraits. • Landscape: Suited for taking landscape photos clearly. • Night view: Suited for night scenes. • Backlight: Suited for backlight objects. Improve crushed blacks. •...

  • Page 150

    • Self timer: Tap to set length of self timer. • Location info: Tap to add where the photo was taken. • White balance: Tap to select how Camera adjusts colors in different kinds of light to achieve the most natural-looking colors for your shots.

  • Page 151

    Switching camera: Tap to switch between front (8M) and back (1.3M) camera. Camcorder settings Camera mode: Tap to open the Camera mode menu. • Standard: Tap to take high quality videos for a variety of scene types. • Live effects: Tap to switch backgrounds and add silly faces while creating a video.

  • Page 152

    Common settings: Tap to open the Common settings menu. • Light: Tap to turn light on/off. • Self timer: Tap to set length of self timer. • Location info: Tap to add where the video was taken to the Video itself.

  • Page 153: Gallery

    Gallery You can use the Gallery application to view pictures and play videos taken with the Camera, downloaded, or copied onto your microSD card. Gallery and albums Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the Gallery icon The main Gallery screen opens displaying the pictures and videos on your microSD card, including those taken with Camera and downloaded from websites or other locations.

  • Page 154: Working With Albums

    Working with albums Albums are groups of images and videos in folders on your microSD card. Opening an album and viewing its contents Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the Gallery icon to open. Tap the album with the contents you want to view. The album opens and displays the pictures and videos it contains in a chronological order.

  • Page 155

    Working with batches of pictures or videos In addition to working with whole albums and with individual pictures, you can select one or more pictures or videos in an album to work on them in batches—for example, to send a few pictures from an album to a friend.

  • Page 156

    NOTES • If you are sharing an album via Gmail, do not delete the original of an attachment before the message is completely sent (wait until it has the Sent label, not the Outbox label), or the attachment will not be sent.

  • Page 157: Working With Pictures

    Working with pictures Use the Gallery to view pictures that you have taken with Camera, downloaded, or copied onto your microSD card. You can also edit the pictures on your microSD card and share them with friends. Viewing and browsing pictures Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen.

  • Page 158: Rotating A Picture

    Rotating a picture Tap a picture to view it. Tap the Menu key > Rotate left or Rotate right. The picture is saved with the new orientation. Using a picture as a contact icon or as Home screen wallpaper Tap a picture to view it. Tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 159: Sharing A Picture

    Viewing the location of a picture on map If you have configured Camera to save location information with your pictures (see “Changing Camera settings” on page 146), you can view the location where you took the picture on a map. Tap a picture to view it.

  • Page 160: Working With Videos

    Deleting a picture You can delete a picture from your phone’s internal storage or microSD card. Tap a picture to view it. Tap the icon at the top of the screen. Tap Confirm delete. Working with videos Use Gallery to play or share the videos that you have taken with Camera.

  • Page 161: Sharing A Video

    Sharing a video You can share a video by sending it in an email or with a multimedia (MMS) message. You can also share a video by uploading it to the YouTube web site. While viewing an album, touch and hold a video. Or, tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 162: Music

    Music You can use the Music application to organize and play music and audio files transferred from your PC to your phone’s internal storage or microSD card. Copying music files to the phone’s Memory The Music application plays audio files stored on your phone’s internal storage or microSD card, so before you open Music, you must copy or download audio files from your PC or internet.

  • Page 163: Opening Music And Working With Your Library

    If you have created any playlists, create a subfolder for them in your music folder on the phone’s memory and copy the playlists into it. Unmount your phone’s storage from the PC and disconnect the phone. NOTES • You can use subfolders on the phone’s memory to organize your music files, or simply copy the audio files to the top level of the phone’s memory.

  • Page 164

    take a few seconds or several minutes, depending on how many files you have copied to the phone’s memory. When the music catalog creation is complete, the Music library screen opens with tabs that you can tap to view your music library organized by Artists, Albums, Songs, or Playlists.

  • Page 165: Playing Music

    Deleting a song from the phone’s memory Tap and hold a song in a library list. Tap Delete. Tap OK. NOTES • You can also delete the song that is playing by tapping the Menu > Delete > OK on the Playback screen. •...

  • Page 166

    NOTES • You can adjust the volume of music by pressing the Volume Keys . A panel opens to show the current media volume; the indicator moves as you adjust the volume. • You can start playback from the first song in the list by tapping the Menu key >...

  • Page 167: Working With Playlists

    NOTE To view the current playlist that Party Shuffle is playing, tap the playlist icon on the Playback screen. Using a song as a phone ringtone You can use a song as your phone ringtone, in place of one of the ringtones that come with the phone.

  • Page 168

    Adding a song to a playlist While viewing a list of tracks in the Library, touch and hold a song to add it to a playlist. Tap Add to playlist. Tap the name of the playlist to add the song to. The song is added to the playlist.

  • Page 169

    Renaming or delete a playlist Touch and hold a playlist in the Playlists tab. Tap Rename or Delete. NOTES • You cannot delete or rename the Recently Added playlist. • No songs will be affected by the deleting of a playlist. Creating playlists on your PC You can create playlists on your PC to use in the Music application.

  • Page 170: Calendar

    Calendar Calendar on the phone works with the web-based Google Calendar service for creating and managing events, meetings, and appointments. It also works with the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync calendar service. NOTE Calendar on the phone is optimized for the phone. Some Calendar features, such as creating Calendars, are only available in Google Calendar on the web.

  • Page 171: Changing Your Calendar View

    Opening your calendar Open Calendar to view events you have created or that others have invited you to. Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the Calendar icon to open. The calendar displays events added to your phone for each account that is set to synchronize with the calendar.

  • Page 172: Working In Agenda View

    Working in Agenda view Agenda view is a list of your events in chronological order. All-day and multiday events are listed at the start of each day. Tap the name of month on top of the screen > Agenda. Tap an event to view its details. Drag up or down to view earlier or later events.

  • Page 173: Working In Day View

    Working in Day view Day view displays a chart of the events of one day in a table of one hour rows. The red line indicates the current time. All-day and multiday events are displayed at the top. Part of the title of each event is displayed in the rows that correspond to when it occurs.

  • Page 174: Working In Week View

    Working in Week view Week view displays a chart of the events of one week. All-day and multiday events are displayed at the top. Tap the name of month on top of the screen > Week. An all-day event. Tap and hold a time slot or an event to create a new event at that time.

  • Page 175: Working In Month View

    Working in Month view Month view displays a chart of the events of one month. Segments with scheduled events turn blue in each day’s vertical bar. Tap the name of month on top of the screen > Month. Tap a day to view the events of that day.

  • Page 176

    Viewing event details Depending on the view, you can show more information about an event in a number of ways. In Agenda, Day, or Week view, tap an event to view its details. In Month view, tap one of the days to switch to Agenda view. Then tap an event to view its details.

  • Page 177: Creating An Event

    Creating an event You can use Calendar on your phone to create events that appear on your phone and in Google Calendar on the web. In any Calendar view, tap the Menu key > New event to open an Event details screen for a new event. Add details about the event.

  • Page 178: Editing Or Deleting An Event

    Editing or deleting an event You can edit or delete an event that you created on the phone or on the web. You can also edit or delete events created by others, if you have their permission. Editing an event Open the summary of the event.

  • Page 179: Setting An Event Reminder

    Setting an event reminder You can set one or more reminders for an event. Setting an event reminder Open the event summary. If you already have a reminder set, tap Add reminder to add a reminder. A new reminder is added, for 10 minutes before the event. Tap the reminder time, then in the dialog tap to set when you want to be reminded for an event.

  • Page 180: Displaying And Synchronizing Calendars

    Displaying and synchronizing calendars When you add a Google account or Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync account to your phone that includes a calendar service, and you configure that account to synchronize calendar events to the phone, the events from that calendar are added and kept up to date in Calendar on the phone.

  • Page 181: Changing Calendar Settings

    NOTE You remain subscribed to Calendars that you configure not to store on the phone, and you can still work with them via Google Calendar on the web, or in other calendar services. Changing Calendar settings You can change the following settings for how Calendar displays events and how it notifies you of upcoming events.

  • Page 182

    Vibrate: Opens a dialog where you can configure the phone to vibrate whenever you receive an event reminder, only when the phone is in Silent mode, or never. Pop-up notification: Check if you want to receive Pop-up notifications. Default reminder time: Opens a dialog where you can select the default time before an event for event reminders.

  • Page 183: Verizon Tones

    Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the Verizon Tones icon The first time you start Verizon Tones, you will be prompted to subscribe to the service. Follow the on-screen instructions to install and use Verizon Tones. NOTE Airtime and/or download charges may apply when using Verizon Tones.

  • Page 184: Vz Navigator

    ® VZ Navigator Now you can find the address of an excellent restaurant or the nearest ATM. Check movie times. Discover the latest hot spots. And know exactly how to get where you are going. VZ Navigator puts all the advanced features of the latest GPS devices and systems on your phone —...

  • Page 185: My Verizon Mobile

    My Verizon Mobile You can use My Verizon Mobile to manage your Verizon Wireless account, i.e. you can view minute, message and data usage, and adjust allowance minutes on current plans. NOTE No airtime or minute charges apply when accessing My Verizon Mobile.

  • Page 186: G'zgear

    ® G’zGEAR G’zGEAR provides seven useful tools for outdoor activities. Warning! Do not use G’zGEAR while engaging in any dangerous sports. NOTE To get the current location with GPS, check the Standalone GPS Services option of Location access to enable GPS function. See “Location access”...

  • Page 187: Earth Compass

    • Tap How To Use, then the name of the tool to display how to use Earth Compass The Earth Compass tool allows you to view the direction measured with the built-in electronic compass. NOTES • When using the electronic compass, orient the phone so it is horizontal.

  • Page 188

    • The electronic compass uses the Earth’s magnetic field to determine direction. The direction readings produced by the electronic compass can be different from actual compass readings due to environment and temperature. • Direction readings taken in any of the following locations may result in very inaccurate readings.

  • Page 189

    Earth Compass You can check the direction in Compass mode. The Layer Compass mode screen displays seven types of layers on top of the compass. My Layer enables you to display the point you added on the compass. From the G’zGEAR Home menu screen, tap Earth Compass. The Layer Compass mode screen displays the object in the direction you point the phone.

  • Page 190: Thermometer

    Tap Next to add the current location displayed on the map as a point. To update the current location, tap Current Location. Tap to select an icon and tap Next. Tap to select the color of an icon and tap Next. Enter a name for the point and tap Next.

  • Page 191: Tides

    Switch Mode: Change Temperature Trip mode and Temperature Comparison. Temperature Trip mode Temperature Trip takes you on an air balloon trip to cities with the similar current temperature, from among 30 cities around the world. Each time you visit a city, up to five flags are displayed. From the G’zGEAR Home menu screen, tap Thermometer.

  • Page 192: Sun/moon

    Current View mode The Current View mode screen displays the current tide. From the G’zGEAR Home menu screen, tap Tides. The Current View screen displays the current tide, time of sunrise and sunset, and time of high and low tides. Home: Returns to the G’zGEAR Home menu screen.

  • Page 193: Star Gazer

    You can also set the date to display the sunrise and sunset information by sliding the year and month up or down. Moonrise Moonset mode You can check the time of moonrise and moonset and the position of the Moon. From the G’zGEAR Home menu screen, tap Sun/Moon.

  • Page 194

    Compass ON: Displays the constellation of the direction the phone is pointing. Tap to turn the compass OFF. Current location: Updates the current location using GPS. You can also set the date and time to display the constellation by sliding up or down the number of year, month and time. Constellation Finder You can locate constellations in the sky using Constellation Finder.

  • Page 195: Walking Counter

    Walking Counter You can count the number of steps you traveled with the Walking Counter tool. NOTES • The pedometer counts your steps while the phone power is on. You do not need to open G’zGEAR to count your steps. •...

  • Page 196: Barometer

    Pedometer mode In Pedometer mode, you can check the number of steps you traveled in a day, etc. From the G’zGEAR Home menu screen, tap Walking Counter. The Pedometer screen displays the number of steps you took for the day, a chart displaying the number of steps you took for the last few days, the distance you walked and the estimated number of calories you burned.

  • Page 197: Configuring G'zgear

    Configuring G’zGEAR From the G’zGEAR Home menu screen, tap Settings. Change the following settings as necessary. Calibrate compass: Allows you to calibrate the electronic compass. GPS Location Services: Check to automatically set the current location while using G’zGEAR. G_Switch: Check to enable the switching of tools by shaking the phone to the left.

  • Page 198: Widgets In G'zgear

    setting to provide notification of changes in pressure to watch via Bluetooth. Restore defaults: Resets all G’zGEAR settings to defaults. Widgets in G’zGEAR G’zGEAR provides seven different widgets. For instructions on how to add a widget to the Home screen, see “Adding an item to the Home screen”...

  • Page 199: G'zgear Tides

    G’zGEAR TIDES The Tides widget displays the time of high and low tides at the selected point. When tapped, G’zGEAR opens to display the One-day view mode of Tides screen. G’zGEAR VIRTUAL TREK The Virtual Trek widget displays the name of the selected trail, distance hiked, and percentage completed.

  • Page 200: G'zworld

    G’zWORLD G’zWORLD allows you to record your field activities and share them with others via LIVE G. You can also use them in an original map just for yourself. NOTE LIVE G is a service that allows greater enjoyment of outdoor and leisure activities by providing nature and sensor information and letting you record/share field activities.

  • Page 201: More Applications

    More Applications Play Store™ Play Store provides direct access to applications and games to download and install on your phone. Opening Play store Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the Play Store icon The Play Store home screen opens. If you have not already set up a Google account, you will be transferred to the Add a Google account screen.

  • Page 202

    Downloading and installing an application NOTE Before you can download a paid application, you must set up a billing arrangement, as described in “Creating a Google Wallet account” on page 201. Find an application you want to download and open its details screen.

  • Page 203

    Creating a Google Wallet account You must have a Google Wallet account associated with your Google account to purchase items from Play Store. On your PC, go to http://wallet.google.com to establish a Google Wallet account. Alternatively, the first time you use your phone to buy an item from Play Store, you will be prompted to enter your billing information to set up a Google Wallet account.

  • Page 204: Youtube

    Tap Refund. Your application will be uninstalled and the charge will be cancelled. Tap the explanation that best matches why you are uninstalling and tap OK. YouTube™ YouTube is Google’s online video streaming service for viewing and uploading videos. Opening YouTube Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen.

  • Page 205

    Watching a video On any YouTube screen, tap a video to play it. To watch the video full screen, rotate the phone 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise. The following are common operations: • Drag the slider to go directly to a section of the video. •...

  • Page 206

    Changing YouTube settings From the YouTube home screen, tap the Menu key > Settings. Change the following settings as necessary. General • High quality on mobile: Check if you prefer to watch videos in high-quality by default when connected to mobile networks, to reduce startup time and data use.

  • Page 207: Gmail

    • Preload watch later: Check to cache the videos from the watch later list. About • Help: Displays information about how to use YouTube. • Feedback: Log in to Google website so that you can give feedback to YouTube. • Google Mobile Terms of service: Displays the Google Mobile™ terms of service.

  • Page 208: Reading A Message

    Opening Gmail and your Inbox You can use your existing Gmail account when setting up Gmail on your phone. Your Inbox will display mail from your Gmail account. You can also set up a new Gmail account right on your phone. Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen.

  • Page 209: Google+ Hangouts

    Composing and sending a message When viewing the Inbox or other list of conversations, tap the icon Enter an address for the message. As you enter text, matching addresses are offered from your Contacts list. You can tap a suggested address or enter a new one. Tap the Menu key >...

  • Page 210: Google Now

    Confirming your phone number Confirming your phone’s number with Hangouts helps people who have your phone number find you on Google services and connect with you. Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the Hangouts icon The first time you start Hangouts, you will be prompted to confirm your phone’s number.

  • Page 211: Fm Radio

    Opening Google Now Touch and hold the Home key from any screen. The first time you start Google Now, tap Next to display the description for Google Now. Once the screen for confirming the use of Google Now appears, tap Yes, I’m in. If you are not going to use it immediately, tap No, maybe later.

  • Page 212: Clock

    Tap Accounts to add remote account. Tap SUPPORT to view the list of supported files. Tap the file you want to view its content. The content of the file will be displayed. Clock You can set an alarm by modifying an existing alarm or by adding a new one.

  • Page 213

    NOTES • The alarm will not sound if the checkbox on the alarm list is left unchecked. • From the Set alarm screen, tap the trash icon to delete the set alarm. • When any alarm is set to on, the alarm icon is displayed on the Status bar.

  • Page 214: Calculator

    Set default ringtone: Sets the Alarm ringtone which is not already set up. Calculator Use the Calculator to solve simple arithmetic problems or use its advanced operators to solve more complex equations. Tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. Tap the Calculator icon Calculator opens with Basic panel.

  • Page 215: Voice Command

    Perform any of the following operations as necessary. • Tap Save Recording to save the recorded data. • Tap Discard to discard the recorded data. • Tap the play icon to play the recorded data. • Tap the start record icon to start the new recording.

  • Page 216

    example, “Call John Work”) to access the contact’s phone number directly. Send Text <Name or #>: To create a text message, say “Send text,” and the command system will prompt you for the name, number or group. You can state the name and number of the contact, the message type, and the contact name, number, or group (for example, “Send text to Bob”) and the Messaging application will automatically start.

  • Page 217: Desk Cradle

    Changing Voice Commands settings From the Voice Commands screen, tap the Menu key > Settings. Change the following settings as needed: Confirmation: Opens a dialog where you can configure how the Voice Command application confirms a name or a number. Adaptation: Adapts digit dialing and name dialing to your voice.

  • Page 218: Glove Mode

    • Tap the slideshow icon to start the slideshow. Tap a picture to end the slideshow. • If your phone is left for five minutes without operation, the screen will be dimmed. Tap the screen to return to previous brightness. •...

  • Page 219: Task

    To exit glove mode, press and hold the Tactile Key or tap Tap here to exit glove mode > Exit glove mode. You can also turn off glove mode by tapping Glove mode on the Notification panel. NOTES • You can read messages, emails and play Visual voicemail, take photos in glove mode.

  • Page 220: Settings

    Settings You can use the Settings application to configure how your phone looks, sounds, communicates, protects your privacy, and operates in many other ways. Opening Settings From the Home screen or the Apps screen, tap the Menu key > Settings. The Settings application opens.

  • Page 221: Data Usage

    SCAN: Scan manually for networks. MORE: Add network, Wi-Fi Protected setup, Manage Networks. ADVANCED: Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep, Avoid poor connections, MAC address, IP address. Mobile Hotspot For details about these settings, see “Sharing your phone’s mobile data connection” on page 105. Mobile Hotspot: Turn on to share your phone’s mobile network data connection as a portable Wi-Fi hotspot.

  • Page 222

    Alert me about data usage: Your phone will alert you when your mobile data usage reaches the amount you selected. Data usage cycle: Displays your current data usage cycle. Tap the dropdown menu to change the cycle date. More... VPN: •...

  • Page 223: Device

    DEVICE Sound Volumes: Opens a dialog where you can set the volume of the ringtones that sound when you receive a phone call or a notification, or of different media (music, videos, an so on), and for alarms. CALL RINGTONE & VIBRATE Phone ringtone: Opens a dialog where you can select the ringtone to sound when you receive a phone call.

  • Page 224

    Sleep: Opens a dialog where you can set how long to wait after you’ve touched the screen or pressed a key before the screen turns OFF. For the best battery performance, use the shortest convenient timeout. Font size: Select which size font is displayed. Storage Data Storage Internal Storage and SD Card: Displays about Internal storage or SD...

  • Page 225: Power Saving Mode

    Upgrade tool mode: Check to connect your phone with your computer in upgrade tool mode. Battery Opens a list of the applications and operating system components used since you last connected the phone to a power source, sorted by the amount of power used. Tap an application in the list to view details about its power use, and if available, tap an option to open a settings or information screen for that component or application.

  • Page 226: Personal

    E911: This is for indication only, and cannot be changed. E911 Location cannot be turned off on any mobile phone. VZW Location Services: Check to enable Verizon Wireless and third party authenticated and validated location services. Standalone GPS Services: Check to use location services based on Standalone GPS.

  • Page 227

    When you use your mobile browser or other services and applications, you authorize Verizon Wireless to collect, use and disclose your Location Information to provide you with any location services. Verizon Wireless does not retain Location Information longer than necessary to provide the services to you.

  • Page 228

    Power button instantly locks: Check to enable locking the screen immediately by pressing the Power/Lock Key. Vibrate on touch: Check to make the phone vibrate when entering characters for your PIN or password. Owner info: This option allows you to show user-defined information on the Lock screen.

  • Page 229

    Warning! To protect your phone and personal data, download applications only from trusted sources, such as Market. CREDENTIAL STORAGE Trusted credentials: Check to allow applications to access your phone’s encrypted store of secure certificates, related passwords, and other credentials. You use credential storage to establish certain types of VPN and Wi-Fi connections.

  • Page 230

    Google Pinyin: Check to install Google Pinyin to enter data. Tap the icon to configure options. Google voice typing: Check to select Google Voice™ typing to enter data. XT9 Text Input: Tap the icon to configure options. SPEECH Voice Search: Set voice search options. Text-to-speech output: Set text-to-speech options.

  • Page 231: Accounts

    PERSONAL DATA Factory data reset: Opens a dialog where you can erase all of your personal data from internal storage, including information about your Google account, any other accounts, your system and application settings, and any downloaded applications. Resetting the phone does not erase any system software updates already installed.

  • Page 232: System

    SYSTEM Date & time Automatic date & time: Check to use network-provided time. Automatic time zone:Check to use network-provided time zone. Set date: Set your own date (only available when Automatic date and time is disabled). Set time: Set your own time (only available when the Automatic setting is disabled).

  • Page 233: About Phone

    Enhance web accessibility: You can allow apps to install scripts from Google that make their Web content more accessible. About Phone System updates: Opens a screen that reports availability of Android system software updates. If no update is available the message “Your system is currently up-to-date.”...

  • Page 234: Safety

    Safety TIA Safety Information The following is the complete TIA Safety Information for wireless handheld phones. k Tips on Efficient Operation Do not touch internal antenna area unnecessarily when the phone is in use. Contact with internal antenna area affects call quality and may cause the phone to consume more power than otherwise needed.

  • Page 235: Electronic Devices

    k Electronic Devices Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals. Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF energy. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone.

  • Page 236: Other Medical Devices

    Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information. Hospitals and Health Care Facilities Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so.

  • Page 237: Safety Information For Fcc Rf Exposure

    k Blasting Areas To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when in a “blasting area” or in areas posted “Turn off two-way radio”. Obey all signs and instructions. k Potentially Explosive Atmospheres Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions.

  • Page 238: Sar Information

    This phone has been tested and rated for use with hearing aids for some of the wireless technologies that it uses. However, there may be some newer wireless technologies used in this phone that have not been tested yet for use with hearing aids. It is important to try the different features of this phone thoroughly and in different locations, using your hearing aid or cochlear implant, to determine if you hear any interfering noise.

  • Page 239

    power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output. Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit established by the government adopted requirement for safe exposure.

  • Page 240: Fcc Compliance Information

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

  • Page 241: Fda Information

    FDA Information U.S. Food and Drug Administration Cell Phone Facts Consumer Information on Wireless Phones k What kinds of phones are the subject of this update? The term “wireless phone” refers here to hand-held wireless phones with built-in antennas, often called “cell,”“mobile,” or “PCS” phones. These types of wireless phones can expose the user to measurable radiofrequency energy (RF) because of the short distance between the phone and the user’s head.

  • Page 242

    have not been confirmed by additional research. In some cases, other researchers have had difficulty in reproducing those studies, or in determining the reasons for inconsistent results. k What is FDA’s role concerning the safety of wireless phones? Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiation-emitting consumer products such as wireless phones before they can be sold, as it does with new drugs or medical devices.

  • Page 243

    • Occupational Safety and Health Administration • National Telecommunications and Information Administration The National Institutes of Health participates in some interagency working group activities, as well. FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless phones with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). All phones that are sold in the United States must comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF exposure.

  • Page 244

    2000. Between them, the studies investigated any possible association between the use of wireless phones and primary brain cancer, glioma, meningioma, or acoustic neuroma, tumors of the brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers. None of the studies demonstrated the existence of any harmful health effects from wireless phone RF exposures.

  • Page 245

    animal studies are conducted to address important questions about the effects of exposure to radiofrequency energy (RF). FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health Organization International Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Project since its inception in 1996. An influential result of this work has been the development of a detailed agenda of research needs that has driven the establishment of new research programs around the world.

  • Page 246

    distance. For example, you could use a headset and carry the wireless phone away from your body or use a wireless phone connected to a remote antenna. Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless phones are harmful. But if you are concerned about the RF exposure from these products, you can use measures like those described above to reduce your RF exposure from wireless phone use.

  • Page 247: Medical Equipment

    On the other hand, if the phone is mounted against the waist or other part of the body during use, then that part of the body will absorb more RF energy. Wireless phones marketed in the U.S. are required to meet safety requirements regardless of whether they are used against the head or against the body.

  • Page 248: Emergency Calls

    The final draft, a joint effort by FDA, medical device manufacturers, and many other groups, was completed in late 2000. This standard will allow manufacturers to ensure that cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators are safe from wireless phone EMI. FDA has tested hearing aids for interference from handheld wireless phones and helped develop a voluntary standard sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).

  • Page 249

    CASIO G’zOne COMMANDO™ 4G LTE — ALI Capability The CASIO G’zOne COMMANDO™ 4G LTE is an ALI-capable phone equipped with a GPS (Global Positioning System) receiver supporting a satellite-based GPS ALI-capable network to comply with the FCC’s ALI requirements.

  • Page 250: Compliance With Other Fcc Regulations

    911 on the unlock screen The “911” call service is available even when the phone is locked. Tap Emergency. Enter “911” then tap the call icon The call connects. The phone exits the Lock Mode for 5 minutes. To exit emergency mode, drag the status bar downward and tap Emergency call back mode >...

  • Page 251: General Safety

    • Never refuse to yield the line when informed that it is needed for an Emergency Call. Also, never take over a line by stating falsely that it is needed for an emergency. General Safety k Precautions Your Handheld Portable Telephone is a high quality piece of equipment. Before operating, read all instructions and cautionary markings on the product, battery and adapter/charger.

  • Page 252

    • To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not use this device while there is lightning outside. • By placing it under a faucet or shower and adding water-pressure, or submerging it under water for a long time, the warranty will be invalid because the device will become non-repairable.

  • Page 253: Battery Safety

    • Do not touch the device, battery or charging device while the phone is being recharged. It may cause a low-temperature burn. • If you are using the metal strap, be sure that it does not touch the charging terminal, especially the plug, while recharging. It may cause an electric shock, fire, injury or product failure.

  • Page 254

    • Only use batteries specific to your phone model. • Use only the USB/Wall Charger provided with the phone. Using any charger other than the one included with the phone may damage your phone or battery. • Only use the battery and charger approved by the manufacturer. •...

  • Page 255

    • Don’t dispose of the battery in a fire. • Don’t short the positive electrode and negative electrode on the battery. • Don’t nail, hit with a hammer, or step on the battery. It may cause fire or damage. • Don’t use the battery with damage or a leak. Lithium ion batteries are recyclable.

  • Page 256

    attempting any cleaning. Always use a dry, soft cloth dampened with water to clean the equipment, after it has been unplugged. • Handling the cord on this product or cords associated with accessories sold with this product, will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • Page 257: Ce Safety Information

    CE Safety Information k Power Supplies • The adapter shall be installed near the equipment and easily accessible. • The Phone used Be sure to L.P.S [Limited power sources] power supplies. The connection to USB interfaces has to be limited to USB 2.0 version or higher.

  • Page 258: Games

    Games k Seizures/Blackouts Warning A very small percentage of individuals may experience epileptic seizures when exposed to certain light patterns or flashing lights. Exposure to certain patterns or backgrounds on a computer screen, or while playing video games, may induce an epileptic seizure in these individuals. Certain conditions may induce previously undetected epileptic symptoms even in persons who have no history of prior seizures or epilepsy.

  • Page 259: Camera

    Camera • Do not aim your camera at the Sun. The sunlight passing through the Camera/Camcorder Lens may cause damage to the camera. • Do not use your camera’s flash close to a person’s eyes. This may cause the person to lose eyesight temporarily and result in an accident.

  • Page 260

    used with hearing aids operating in the telecoil mode thus reducing unwanted background noise. How will I know which wireless phones are Hearing Aid Compatible? The Hearing Aid Compatibility rating is displayed on the wireless phone box. A phone is considered Hearing Aid Compatible for acoustic coupling (microphone mode) if it has an “M3”...

  • Page 261: Avoid Potential Hearing Loss

    k Teletypewriter (TTY) Devices You can use an optional teletypewriter (TTY) device with your phone to send and receive calls. You must plug the TTY device into the phone’s headset connector and set the phone to operate in one of three TTY modes.

  • Page 262

    • Set the volume in a quiet environment and select the lowest volume at which you can hear adequately. • When using headphones, turn the volume down if you cannot hear the people speaking near you or if the person sitting next to you can hear what you are listening to.

  • Page 263: Recycle Your Cell Phone

    Bethesda, MD USA 20892-2320 Voice: (301) 496-7243 Email: nidcdinfo@nih.gov Internet: www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/hearing National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Hubert H. Humphrey Bldg. 200 Independence Ave., SW Washington, DC 20201 Voice: 1-800-35-NIOSH (1-800-356-4674) Internet: www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/noise/default.html RECYCLE YOUR CELL PHONE! Carriers marketing this cell phone have an in-store phone take-back program.

  • Page 264

    West Dexter, MI 48130 -OR- Drop the phone off at a local collection center. For a list of collection centers, visit www.wirelessfoundation.org/CalltoProtect/dropoff.cfm Before returning any wireless device for recycling purposes, please remember to terminate your service on the device, clear the device of any stored information and remove the device’s SIM card, if it has one (please contact your wireless provider to find out if your device contains a SIM card and for assistance on how to remove it).

  • Page 265: Warranty

    Warranty NEC Corporation of America (the “Company”) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this handheld portable cellular telephone, that should this product or any part thereof during normal consumer usage and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship that results in product failure within the first twelve (12) month period from the date of purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced (with new or rebuilt parts) at the Company’s option, without charge for parts or labor...

  • Page 266

    sand, weather conditions, battery leakage, blown fuse, theft or improper usage of any electrical source. The Company disclaims liability for removal or reinstallation of the product, for geographic coverage, for inadequate signal reception by the antenna or for communications range or operation of the cellular system as a whole.

  • Page 267

    THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY’S LAIBILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY.

  • Page 268

    NEC Corporation of America 6535 HWY 161 Irving, TX 75039 (800)637-5917...

  • Page 269: Index

    Index About Phone settings ..231 Calculator ......212 Accessibility .......257 Calendar ......39, 168 Accessibility settings ..230 Call log .........65 Accounts ......109 Call log & Map ......39 Agenda view ...... 170 Camcorder ......149 Airplane mode ......48 Camera ...... 143, 257 Alarm .........210 CE Safety Information ..255 Album ........

  • Page 270

    Direct dial ......40 Direct message ....40 G’zGEAR BAROMETER ..196 Directions ......40 G’zGEAR EARTH Display settings ....221 COMPASS ......196 DLNA .........107 G’zGEAR MOONRISE Double tap ......22 MOONSET ......196 Downloading an G’zGEAR PEDOMETER ..196 application ......200 G’zGEAR SUNRISE Downloading files ....137 SUNSET ......196 Drag ........22 G’zGEAR TIDES ....197 Dust resistance ....12...

  • Page 271

    Music ......42, 160 Music playlist .......42 Inbox ......114, 206 Mute ........63 Inserting a microSD card ..18 My Verizon Data ....42 Inserting the battery .....13 My Verizon Mobile ....183 Inserting the SIM Card ..19 Installing an application ..200 Network Mode .....92 News &...

  • Page 272

    Playlist ........165 Selecting text .......57 Power control .......43 Settings ......218 Power saving mode ..43, 51 Settings shortcut ....43 Setup Wizard .......25 Sharing a picture ....157 Quick Communication ..43 Sharing a video ....159 Quick Contact ....46, 81 Shock resistance ....12 ® Quickoffice .......209 Shooting a video ....145...

  • Page 273

    Turning the screen on and off.........27 YouTube™ ....44, 202 Uninstalling an application ...........201 USB connection ....99 USB settings ......222 Verizon Tones .....181 Viewing pictures ....155 Virtual private networks (VPNs) ........95 Visual Voice Mail ....68 Voice Command ....213 Voice Memo ......44 Voicemail......67...

  • Page 274: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of Conformity Hereby, NEC CASIO Mobile Communications, Ltd. declares that this product is compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Declaration of Conformity can be found on http://www.nec-casio- mobile.com/support/doc.html This mobile phone complies with the EU requirements for exposure to radio waves.

  • Page 275

    CERTIFIED™, and the Wi-Fi logo are registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance. microSD, microSDHC and microSDXC Logos are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. is under license.

  • Page 276

    Verizon Wireless. Verizon Wireless and the Verizon Wireless logos are trademarks of Verizon Trademark Services LLC. All company names, trademarks, logos and copyrights not property of Verizon Wireless are the property of their respective owners. Google, the stylized Google logo, Android, the stylized Android logo,...

  • Page 277

    covered under GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) and other open source licenses. For details about the relevant software, see the information on this product at: http://casiogzone.com/...

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