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

    Contents Table Of Contents Before You Use Your Smartphone 8 Maintaining Your Smartphone Safety Warnings Battery ......General Statement on RF Energy Charging the Battery .
  • Page 4 Selecting an Input Method ..Selecting Input Languages ..Mini 3iX Smartphone Features Entering Text with QWERTY ..Front View ... . .
  • Page 5 Contents Using the Phone Using the In-call Timer ....Using Voice Command Phone ......Configuring Voice Command .
  • Page 6 Contents Navigating Web Pages Receiving Emails ....Browser Overview Deleting Messages ....Bookmarks .
  • Page 7 Contents Using the Video Player Using Applications ....Using the Picture Application Messaging ....Browsing Pictures Viewing Messages .
  • Page 8 Contents Calendar Searching for Contents ..... . Renaming Files or Folders Calendar Views ....Compressing Files and Folders Using the Calendar .
  • Page 9 Contents Adding Clocks Connecting the Smartphone ... . . Deleting Clocks ..Index ..... 139 Search .
  • Page 10: Before You Use Your Smartphone

    Before You Use Your Smartphone Before You Use Your Smartphone Safety Warnings • Observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, gas stations, Read the following safety warnings carefully before chemical plants, or where blasting using your smartphone. operations are in progress.
  • Page 11: General Statement On Rf Energy

    Before You Use Your Smartphone Proper Disposal – You MUST NOT stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway to answer or The symbol of the crossed out bin make a call, except in an emergency. indicates that the product NOTE: In some areas where electric current (electrical and electronic is known to fluctuate, it is recommended that...
  • Page 12: Setting Up Your Smartphone

    Setting Up Your Smartphone Setting Up Your Smartphone Setting Up the Phone for the Congratulations on the purchase of your Dell Mini 3iX. This section provides information about setting First Time up your smartphone. You must install the battery, SIM card, and charge Smartphone Requirements the battery before you can use your smartphone.
  • Page 13 Setting Up Your Smartphone Install the SIM card Install the battery Hold the SIM card with the metal contacts Align the metal contacts on the battery with facing downwards and insert the card into the contacts on the battery holder and insert the SIM card holder.
  • Page 14 Setting Up Your Smartphone Charge the battery fully charged by checking the charge status indicator on the display. CAUTION: Do not use any non-approved chargers as they may damage your smartphone and invalidate any warranties. NOTE: It takes at least one charging- discharging cycle for the battery to reach its peak performance.
  • Page 15: Maintaining Your Smartphone

    Maintaining Your Smartphone Maintaining Your Smartphone This section provides information about removal and replacement of components (SIM card and microSD card) and charging the battery. Battery Charging the Battery Charge your smartphone for about 2 hours. CAUTION: Do not use any non-approved Ensure that your smartphone is fully charged chargers as they may damage your by checking the charge status indicator on...
  • Page 16 Maintaining Your Smartphone Open the cover by sliding a finger into the Align the metal contacts on the battery with finger slot, and then lift the cover. the contacts on the battery holder and insert the battery. Slide fingers into the finger slots, and then lift Close the cover by inserting the tabs on the to remove the battery.
  • Page 17: Sim Card

    Maintaining Your Smartphone SIM Card Hold the SIM card with the metal contacts facing downwards and insert the card into the SIM card holder. Removing and Replacing the SIM Card NOTE: To ensure proper installation, align Open the cover by sliding a finger into the the cut corners in the card and the SIM card finger slot, and then lift the cover.
  • Page 18: Microsd Card

    Maintaining Your Smartphone MicroSD Card Slide the microSD card out from the microSD card holder. Removing and Replacing the Hold the microSD card with the metal contacts facing upwards, and slide it into the microSD Card microSD card slot. Open the cover by sliding a finger into the Press in on the microSD card until it clicks finger slot, and then lift the cover.
  • Page 19: Mini 3Ix Smartphone Accessories

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Accessories Mini 3iX Smartphone Accessories Your smartphone may ship with the following • USB to Mini-USB data cable allows you to — accessories: connect your smartphone to a computer for file transfers and data synchronization (see •...
  • Page 20 Mini 3iX Smartphone Accessories NOTE: The type(s) and number of the NOTE: Comes only with phones power adapter head(s) that ship with purchased in China. your smartphone may vary depending on the country where you purchased the phone. • Microfiber pouch allows you to store the —...
  • Page 21: Mini 3Ix Smartphone Features

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Features Mini 3iX Smartphone Features Front View Back View Camera — Use to capture photos and videos. Speaker — Use to listen to phone conversations. Touch screen — Displays phone images. Camera flash — Use to capture photos in dim light.
  • Page 22: Left View

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Features Left View Power/Lock button — Short press (when the display is active): locks or unlocks the display. Short press (when the display is in sleep mode): wakes up the display. Long Press: Power On/Power Off. Home/Back button — Short press: navigate back one screen at a time.
  • Page 23: Right View

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Features Right view Volume button — Press up to increase volume. Press down to decrease volume. Options button — Short press to open the Options menu. Camera button — Press to activate the camera and capture photos or video.
  • Page 24: Mini 3Ix Smartphone Basics

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Using The Touch Screen This section provides information about using the touch screen features. • Selection To select an item or open an — application, touch the item or application with your fingertip.
  • Page 25 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics • Options icon To open the function menu • Drag Items — — for an item on the screen, tap and hold the To move an item on the item for a second and release. The function screen, place your finger menu pops up when you release your finger.
  • Page 26: Connection Manager

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Connection Manager Tap the Expand icons to view more options. Tap and hold the status bar, then slide the panel downwards to open the Communication Manager. Go to Settings icon • Communication — Tap Mobile Network...
  • Page 27: Status Bar

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics • Profile — Tap an option to set the Status Icons profile. Icon Information • Notifications — Displays notification New email message messages. Press the Home/Back button to close New SMS or MMS Communication Manager. New instant message...
  • Page 28 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Icon Information Icon Information Missed call Battery charge level is 20% Call forwarding is active Batter is charging Speakerphone is on Full signal strength Phone is on mute Half signal strength Silent mode No signal Vibrate mode...
  • Page 29: Main Panels

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Main Panels NOTE: Additional panels may be present on your Dell Mini 3iX. The Home screen has three screen panels. Slide your finger to the left or right to view the next Main Screen Panel or previous screen panel.
  • Page 30: Using The Home Screen

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Using the Home Screen The Home screen provides access to all the applications available on your smartphone. The following are the applications available on your smartphone: NOTE: Not all applications are supported in all models and configurations.
  • Page 31 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Application Description Time management program that allows you to add time, date, priority, and status to Tasks your tasks. Calculator Allows you to perform simple calculations. Notes Allows you to record notes. Allows you to view the time in cities around the world by enabling you to add clocks World clock of your favorite cities.
  • Page 32 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Application Description Search Allows you to search for contents on the phone or the SIM card. VSuite Allows you to access VSuite for voice commands. Apps Allows you to execute Java applications. Facebook Allows you to access Facebook on your smartphone.
  • Page 33 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Moving Items on the Home Screen Removing Items on the Home Screen To move an item from your Home screen, To remove an item from your Home screen, touch and hold the item to open the menu touch and hold the item to open the menu manager.
  • Page 34: Sleep Mode

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Sleep Mode Your smartphone may automatically enter the sleep mode after a period of inactivity. You can set the period of inactivity after which the smartphone changes to sleep mode using the phone settings menu. While in sleep mode the display turns off, and your smartphone consumes lesser battery power.
  • Page 35: Entering Text

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Entering Text Tap and hold the Switch Input Method icon to open the Input Method Settings screen. When you start a program or select a field that requires text or numbers, the input panel appears automatically. You can select an input method and start inputting text (predictive text).
  • Page 36: Selecting Input Languages

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Selecting Input Languages Tap Optional Input Language One to select the first language. You can select two languages as main input Tap desired language. languages and quickly switch between two languages by tapping the Switch Input Method icon.
  • Page 37: Entering Text With Qwerty

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Entering Text with QWERTY To switch between languages: Tap the Switch Input Method icon to switch To type text using the standard keyboard, you between the two languages. should be in the QWERTY input mode. As you type, The space bar on the keyboard changes to each letter appears above your thumb or finger.
  • Page 38: Entering Numbers And Symbols

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Entering Numbers and Symbols Tap the keys on the keyboard to enter text. As you tap the keys, word suggestions appear Tap the Numbers and Symbols icon to change the on the suggestion area. Tap a word to select input to numbers and symbols.
  • Page 39: Using Handwriting

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Using HandWriting Use a stylus or your finger to write anywhere on the screen. Handwriting allows writing across the entire screen. Tap a text field, such as in a note or new contact, to open the input panel.
  • Page 40: Using The Phone Keypad

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Using the Phone KeyPad In the phone keypad, you can text by typing out letters similar to texting on a numeric keypad. Tap a text field, such as in a note or new contact, to open the input panel.
  • Page 41: Connecting To The Internet

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Connecting to the Internet Your phone connects to the Internet using a cellular data network. Selecting Cellular Data Networks You can connect to the Internet through EDGE, GPRS, 3G, HSDPA, or WiFi networks. Check the carrier’s network coverage in your area for availability.
  • Page 42: Basic Phone Settings

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Basic Phone Settings Display Settings This section provides information about the basic Display settings allow you to adjust the screen settings for your smartphone. brightness, screen timeout, and screen lock settings. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to open the Settings screen.
  • Page 43 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Tap to select the Auto brightness check box to enable auto brightness. Setting Brightness Manually In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to open the Settings screen. In the Phone basics section, tap Display settings to open the Display settings screen.
  • Page 44: Date & Time Settings

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Setting Screen Timeout Tap the available options to select the idle time after which the screen turns off. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to To exit the screen, tap Cancel. open the Settings screen.
  • Page 45 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Tap the time zone you desire to select the Setting the Date Manually time zone. In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to open the Settings screen. In the Phone basics section, tap Date & time settings to open the Date &...
  • Page 46 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Setting the Time Manually Using the 24-hour Time Format In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to open the Settings screen. open the Settings screen. In the Phone basics section, tap Date & time In the Phone basics section, tap Date &...
  • Page 47: Location Settings

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Location Settings Selecting date format In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to Location settings allows you to select the source open the Settings screen. the smartphone will use to determine your location. In the Phone Basics section, tap Date & time Enabling Location Settings: settings to open the Date &...
  • Page 48: Language Settings

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Language Settings Activating Input Methods In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to The language settings allow you to set the display open the Settings screen. language and the input method. In the Phone basics section, tap Language Selecting the Display Language and input to open the Language screen.
  • Page 49: Profile Settings

    Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics Profile Settings Profile settings allow you to create a profile, select a profile to use, and edit an existing profile. Selecting a Profile In the Home screen, tap the Settings icon to open the Settings screen.
  • Page 50 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics You may setup the individual settings by • Alert Style — Tap Ring, Vibrate, or Ring tapping the options on the menu. and Vibrate on the panel to change the alert style and tap OK to exit.
  • Page 51 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics • Ringtone — Tap Ringtone or a specific • Calendar alert — Tap this option to set alert from the Profile Settings screen to the calendar alert tone. open Ringtones screen. Tap to select • Alarm alert — Tap this option to set the the ringtone you prefer, and then tap OK alarm alert tone.
  • Page 52 Mini 3iX Smartphone Basics In the function menu, tap Select to activate the selected profile and exit the screen. Options icon Function menu...
  • Page 53: Using The Phone

    Using the Phone Using the Phone Phone You can make calls using your smartphone by either tapping a number in your contacts list or recent Dialing a Number Using the On Screen Phone caller list. You can also dial a number manually using the Phone that appears on the screen.
  • Page 54 Using the Phone Touch the on-screen dial pad to enter a number. Use the Backspace icon to make corrections. As you dial the numbers, the phone will auto-match the numbers already stored in your Contacts list. Both the number you are dialing and the potential matches will be shown.
  • Page 55 Using the Phone You can switch out of the In call screen by tapping Ending a Call the Back icon to continue using other features on Tap the End call tab to end the phone call. the phone. The Ongoing call icon will be displayed on top of the Home screen during your phone call.
  • Page 56 Using the Phone Dialing a Number Using the Call Log Dialing a Number Using Your Phonebook Tap Phone in the Home screen to open the Tap Phone in the Home screen to open the Phone screen. Phone screen. Tap the Call log icon to open the Call log Tap the Phonebook icon to open Contacts.
  • Page 57: Answering Or Rejecting An Incoming Call

    Using the Phone Answering or Rejecting Dialing a Number Using Your Favorites an Incoming Call Tap Phone in the Home screen to open the Phone screen. To answer a call, press and slide the Slide to Tap the Favorites icon to open the Favorites answer arrow.
  • Page 58: Accessing The Call Log

    Using the Phone Accessing the Call Log The call log lists all incoming, outgoing, and missed calls. Tap Phone in the Home screen to open the Phone screen. Tap the Call log icon to open the call log screen. Call log tab Missed Received Call log icon...
  • Page 59 Using the Phone To sort your calls, tap the Call log tab, then select Using the Call Log sorting view. To call, send a message, and edit Select an entry to open the detailed Call log contact data, tap the Options icon. screen.
  • Page 60: Contacts

    Using the Phone Contacts Perform any of the options below as required: Adding New Contacts • Tap Call to call the contact. Tap Contacts in the Home screen. • Tap Edit number then dial to edit Tap Add Contact. contact details then call the contact. •...
  • Page 61 Using the Phone Tap Add icon to add an icon for the contact. Tap Save to save your contact information Tap the Add Field tab to add more and exit, Back icon to exit without saving. information. Adding a Contact to Favorites Tap the Delete icon to delete a field.
  • Page 62: Understanding Call Settings

    Using the Phone Understanding Call Settings Use your finger tip to enter the submenu for each option. The following options are available from the Call settings screen: • Fixed Dial Number list • Call barring • Call forwarding • Other basic settings •...
  • Page 63: Fixed Dial Number (Fdn) List

    Using the Phone Fixed Dial Number (FDN) list Tap Manage FDN list. If you have numbers on your SIM card you will be able to select from The Fixed Dial Number list allows you to restrict them. If not, you will be able to add contacts outgoing calls from your phone to a preset list of or numbers to your list.
  • Page 64: Call Barring

    Using the Phone Continue adding numbers until you have all To enable or disable the call barring functions, tap the contacts you wish to include on the FDN the option on the screen that you would like to set list. You may also edit or delete contacts at any time.
  • Page 65: Call Forwarding

    Using the Phone Call Forwarding The following options are available when setting up call forwarding: The Call forwarding option allows you to forward • Always forward Select to specify a — your smartphone calls directly to voicemail or to forwarding number and to enable this other numbers.
  • Page 66: Other Basic Call Settings

    Using the Phone Other Basic Call Settings The following are options available in the Other basic settings screen: • Caller ID Select this check box to hide or — show your number to recipient’s of your call. When your number shows, your phone number and Caller ID picture will appear to people you call, provided the call recipient’s device supports this feature.
  • Page 67: Using Speed Dial

    Using the Phone Using Speed Dial Using Speed Dialing Tap Phone in the Home screen, and then tap and The Speed dialing option allows you to set up your hold the Speed dial number. For example, tap and most frequently used numbers for quick dialing. hold 1 to call Speed dial #1.
  • Page 68: Using Voicemail

    Using the Phone Using Voicemail Using the In-call Timer Your Voicemail number is set by your cellular The in-call timer option allows you to monitor the operator and is stored on your SIM card. Use the duration of your calls. You can set the timer to 30, Voicemail option to view your voicemail number.
  • Page 69: Using Voice Command

    Using the Phone Configuring Voice Command When you have completed setting the time for the in-call timer function, tap OK to save and exit the Open VSuite Voice Command application by screen. doing any of the following: Using Voice Command •...
  • Page 70: Understanding Smartphone Settings

    Using the Phone • Shortcuts — Allows user to select Changing Bluetooth Settings what shortcuts are activated with the Select the Bluetooth check box on the Settings Go To command. screen to turn on Bluetooth. • Dialing Region — Allows user to select the region that you are dialing from.
  • Page 71: Understanding Network Settings

    Using the Phone Select the Bluetooth device listed in • Radio access technology Select this — Bluetooth devices to initiate a connection. setting to set radio access technology. You might be prompted to enter a passkey to authenticate. Enter the same passkey on both devices, or enter the specific one provided by the device manufacturer.
  • Page 72: Setting Security Options

    Using the Phone Setting Security Options • Change PIN code — Select this setting to change your SIM card PIN code. Using SIM Card Lock Phone Lock Setting Select this setting to open SIM Card lock settings Select this setting to open Phone Lock Setting where you can enable the SIM Card lock and where you can turn on Phone lock and change your change your pin code.
  • Page 73: Managing Sd Card & Phone Storage

    Using the Phone Managing SD Card & Phone Storage • Phone lock — Select this check box to turn on the phone lock. Select this setting to view storage information such • Change Password — Select this setting to as Total space, Available space for your change the password for your phone.
  • Page 74: Using Internet Features

    Using Internet Features Using Internet Features Using the Internet Browser Go to URL In the Home screen, tap the Browser icon to open Open the Browser screen and tap the the Browser screen. Options tab to open the URL screen. Options tab...
  • Page 75 Using Internet Features Select a URL from the list or tap the Search on Internet field to type in the URL manually. Search on Internet field Possible matches appear on a list of links as Go icon you type. Select a match or continue typing the URL.
  • Page 76: Navigating Web Pages

    Using Internet Features Navigating Web Pages To zoom in, pinch the section of the screen where you want to zoom in. To zoom out, expand your fingers at the section of the screen where you want to zoom out Slide your finger across the screen to display the Page Bar.
  • Page 77: Browser Overview

    Using Internet Features Browser Overview New window icon Browser overview allows you to open and manage Web page multiple web pages. Tap the Options icon to open the function Tap a window to view the opened web page. menu. Tap the X button to close opened pages. Tap Windows to open new web pages.
  • Page 78: Bookmarks

    Using Internet Features Bookmarks Adding bookmarks Open the Browser screen and tap the You can store your favorite web pages as Options icon to open the function menu. bookmarks on the phone. Tap Bookmarks on the function menu to open Viewing Bookmarks the Bookmarks screen.
  • Page 79: Accessing Browser Options

    Using Internet Features Accessing Browser Options Type the bookmark name and location (URL) in the appropriate fields. The following Browser options are available by tapping the Options icon: Name field Location field Options icon Tap Save to save and exit the screen. •...
  • Page 80: Changing Browser Settings

    Using Internet Features Changing Browser Settings • Refresh — Tap this option to refresh the page. To change Browser settings, from the Browser • Windows — Tap this option to open a new screen, tap the Options icon and select Settings. window.
  • Page 81 Using Internet Features • Set home page — Select this setting to set • Remember passwords — Select this check your home page. box to save usernames and passwords for web sites. • Set preloaded home page — Select this setting to set the preloaded home page.
  • Page 82: Using Email Features

    Using Email Features Using Email Features You can choose between email applications to NOTE: Not all account types are available in manage your email. Your smartphone allows you to all products and regions. check email from your corporate Exchange server, Managing Email Accounts from your POP/IMAP accounts with your ISP (Internet service provider), and from Internet mail...
  • Page 83: Adding An Internet Email Account

    Using Email Features 5. Tap Save to save your settings and exit the To add more accounts, tap the New Account tab. screen. Adding an Internet Email Account Tap Others from the Mail screen to open the account input screen. Enter the Email Address, User Name, Password, Incoming Settings, Outgoing Settings, and other information.
  • Page 84: Setting Up And Editing Accounts

    Using Email Features Setting Up and Editing Accounts Tap Email in the Home screen to open the Account screen. Editing Account Settings Tap and hold to select the email account you want to edit. Tap Settings to open settings screen. Scroll through the list and select the setting you would like to change.
  • Page 85 Using Email Features The following are the available Email Account • Authentication — Select this setting to settings: select the authentication type for your mail. • Email Address — Select this setting to edit • Data Connection - Select this setting to your email address select the network to use for data connection.
  • Page 86: Removing An Account

    Using Email Features Managing Email Messages • Read Limit - Select this setting to set the read limit for your emails if you wish to set a send/ receive message size limit. You can select Sending Emails Headers Only, First 5k, First 10k, or Entire Message.
  • Page 87: Receiving Emails

    Using Email Features Type the recipient’s address or tap the + icon Tap the Options icon and tap Send/Receive to add a contact from Phonebook. to receive new emails. Type a subject and message. Tap the Options icon to select Attach, Save to Draft, Add/Hide Cc, Add/Hide Bcc, Discard or Priority.
  • Page 88: Deleting Messages

    Using Email Features Deleting Messages Tap Delete to delete selected messages and exit this screen. Tap Email in the Home screen and tap an email account to open the email screen. Tap Inbox to select a folder. Tap the Options icon and select Delete. Tap to select the messages you want to delete.
  • Page 89: Using Multimedia

    Using Multimedia Using Multimedia Browsing and Playing Music To browse all audio files on the phone including the SIM card and the microSD Tap Music in the Home screen. card, tap the Search tab. Your music is organized into five categories: Artists, Albums, Songs, Genres, and Playlists.
  • Page 90: Managing Music Files

    Using Multimedia Managing Music Files Tap any song to start playing the song. Synchronizing Music You can synchronize media files on your computer to your smartphone. Ensure your smartphone is turned on. Connect your smartphone to the computer using the USB data cable. Tap Media Sync.
  • Page 91: Transfering Music

    Using Multimedia Transfering Music Long tap the artist, album, or song to open the pop up menu. Tap Add to playlist. Transfer music files from your computer to the microSD card installed on your device. Ensure your smartphone is turned on. Connect your smartphone to the computer using the USB data cable.
  • Page 92: Managing Playlists

    Using Multimedia Managing Playlists In the Add to playlist menu that opens, tap New to create a new playlist, or one of the Go to the Music screen and select Playlists. All your existing playlists such as Current playing list playlists appear.
  • Page 93: Setting A Song As Your Ringtone

    Using Multimedia • select Edit to edit playlist. To exit this screen, tap the Back icon. Setting a Song as Your Ringtone Long tap the song you wish to set as ring tone to open the function menu. Select Use as phone ringtone. The ringtone is set as your default incoming call ringtone.
  • Page 94: Understanding The Music Player

    Using Multimedia Understanding the Music Player Time elapsed To access the Music Player, tap an audio file. The Music Player appears. Playback controls Track Artist Album art View current playlist Repeat songs Shuffle mode Album Progress bar Time remaining...
  • Page 95: Browsing And Playing Videos

    Using Multimedia Browsing and Playing Videos To Use the Music Player Controls: Tap Videos in the Home screen. Tap to play Your videos are displayed in a thumbnail list. Enable shuffle mode and play songs randomly Repeat all songs or just the current song Tap and hold to fast forward Tap to go to the next song Tap to go to the beginning of the song...
  • Page 96: Managing Videos

    Using Multimedia Managing Videos Deleting a File From a List Sorting Videos Tap the Sort tab, then select Sort by time, Sort by name, or Sort by size to sort your videos. Long tap a video file to open the pop up menu.
  • Page 97 Using Multimedia Viewing Video Properties Deleting Multiple Videos Long tap a video file to open the pop up Tap the Options icon and tap Delete to open menu. the Delete screen. Tap Property to view file property. Tap to select the check boxes of the videos you want to delete.
  • Page 98: Using The Video Player

    Using Multimedia Tap the Delete tab and tap OK to delete the Playback Controls files. Tap to play / pause. Using the Video Player Press and hold to fast forward. Tap to skip forward. Short tap a video file to open the Video player. Press and hold to rewind.
  • Page 99: Using The Picture Application

    Using Multimedia Using the Picture Application Short tap a thumbnail to view the photo in full screen view. To view a picture, tap Pictures in the Home screen. To zoom in, expand your fingers at the section of the screen where you want to Browsing Pictures zoom in.
  • Page 100: Managing Picture Files

    Using Multimedia Managing Picture Files Sharing Pictures In thumbnail view, tap and hold for Picture Deleting a Picture Options menu. Tap and hold the thumbnail of the picture you Select Share and select your preferred want to delete to open the options menu. application for sharing.
  • Page 101: Changing Picture Settings

    Using Multimedia Changing Picture Settings • Picture sort - You can select to sort pictures with the newest pictures first To open Picture settings, tap the Options icon then or newest pictures last. select Settings. • Confirm deletions - Select this check box if you want confirmations before deleting pictures from Pictures and the microSD card.
  • Page 102: Using The Video Editor

    Using Multimedia Using the Video Editor After previewing the file, do either of the following: Use the Video Editor to make your own videos. • Tap the Back icon located at the top of the screen to make additional edits. Using the Storyboard •...
  • Page 103: Using Auto Cut

    Using Multimedia Using Auto Cut Set BGM, and then tap the Set BGM tab. Tap the music from the available sound files In the Home screen, tap the Video Editor icon on your smartphone, and then tap the Apply to open the Video Editor screen. tab.
  • Page 104: Using The Camera

    Using Multimedia Using the Camera You can use the camera to capture photos and Flash video clips. White balance setting icon To activate camera, press the Camera button or Exposure compensation setting icon select Camera in the Home screen. Camera screen Contrast setting icon is displayed in the landscape view.
  • Page 105: Video Recording Mode

    Using Multimedia Video Recording Mode • Tap the Exposure compensation setting icon to set up Exposure compensation. • Tap the Contrast setting icon to set up Contrast. • Tap the GeoTagging icon to enable or disable GeoTagging. • Tap the Image size setting icon to set up image size.
  • Page 106: Using The Recorder Application

    Using Multimedia Using the Recorder Application Using the Recorder • Tap the Start icon to start recording. The Recorder feature allows you to capture audio • Tap the Stop recording icon to stop recording notes for yourself. To open the Recorder, select or playback.
  • Page 107: Using Applications

    Using Applications Using Applications This section provides information about the applications that are installed on your Smartphone. Messaging You can send and receive text messages using the Messaging application. To open Messaging, tap Messaging in the Home screen. Viewing Messages You can view messages on the Conversation List or Folder View screen.
  • Page 108: Reading Unread Messages

    Using Applications Reading Unread Messages Sending Messages to Your Contacts The Unread Messages icon indicates unread Tap Messaging in the Home screen to open messages for the contacts on your Messaging list. the Messaging screen. Tap the contacts with unread messages to read the In Conversation List screen, tap New messages.
  • Page 109: Messaging Options

    Using Applications Messaging Options Tap the Select Contacts icon to open Contacts, and then tap the check boxes that Tap Messaging in the Home screen to open appear beside contacts you want to the Messaging screen. message. To enter the number directly, tap To and type the contact number.
  • Page 110: Opening To Folder View

    Using Applications Opening to Folder View You can use the function menu for other functions. Tap Messaging in the Home screen to open the Messaging screen. Tap the Options icon, and then tap Folder View to open to Folder view screen. To change view, tap the Function tab, and then tap a folder such as Inbox, Sent, Drafts, Outbox, or SimCard to read your messages.
  • Page 111: Messaging Settings

    Using Applications Messaging Settings SMSC This section provides information about Message Select SMSC (Short Message Service Center) to Settings including SMSC, Expiry Time, Delivery enter the Service Center address for your reports, Request read reports, Auto retrieval, Auto multimedia. The Service Center address should retrieval while roaming, and Signature.
  • Page 112: Delivery Reports

    Using Applications Delivery reports Select this check box to request a delivery report for each message you send. Request read reports Select this check box to request a read report for each message you send. Auto-retrieval Select this check box to retrieve messages automatically.
  • Page 113: Signature

    Using Applications Calendar Signature The Calendar lets you assign events such as Select this setting to append a signature to your appointments or specific tasks to a date or time and messages. Signature will be appended to every receive reminders to remind you of the events. You MMS message you send.
  • Page 114: Calendar Views

    Using Applications Calendar Views To view event details, select a day to view all events on that day then select an event to view its details. To select calendar view, tap the Function tab and To navigate months, slide your finger left/right select Month View, Week View, Day View, or through the days and past the beginning/end of the Agenda View.
  • Page 115 Using Applications Agenda view Tap an event to view its details. Agenda view displays all events in the current month. Repeating Events icon Repeating events are marked with the Repeating events icon. To navigate within the current month, slide your finger up/down on the screen.
  • Page 116 Using Applications To jump to current day, tap the Options icon, and To navigate within the current week, slide your then tap Jump to today. finger up/down on the screen. To exit the screen, tap the Back icon. To navigate to a past or future week, slide your finger left/right on the screen.
  • Page 117 Using Applications Day view To navigate within the current week, slide your finger up/down on the screen. Events are shown tiled and span the time they last. All-day events are displayed at the top of the day To navigate to a past or future week, slide your list.
  • Page 118: Using The Calendar

    Using Applications Using the Calendar Select the duration of the event and enter event details and set reminders if you like. Adding a New Event Tap the Save tab to save and exit. Tap Calendar in the Home screen to open Editing an Event Calendar.
  • Page 119 Using Applications Calendar Settings The following settings are available: To edit Calendar settings, tap the Options icon then • Hide declined events — Select this check tap Settings. You can set up Hide declined events, box to have all declined events hidden. Set default view, Set alert &...
  • Page 120: Alarm Clock

    Using Applications Alarm Clock • Set alerts & notifications - Select this setting to set the type of event reminder you want. To use Alarm Clock, tap Alarm in the Home screen. You can choose Alert, Status bar notification, or Off. Setting an Alarm Tap Alarm in the Home screen to open Alarm Clock.
  • Page 121: Alarm Options

    Using Applications Alarm Options Tap one of the default alarms to open the Set Alarm screen. Tap Alarm in the Home screen to open Alarm Clock. Tap the Add alarm tab to add more alarms. Tap Time to set the alarm time. Tap Repeat to select the days of the week to repeat the alarm.
  • Page 122: Changing The Clock Display

    Using Applications Changing the Clock Display Tap the clock to open the Select clock screen. Tap Alarm in the Home screen to open Alarm Slide your finger left and right to browse Clock. through the selections at the bottom of the screen and tap to select the clock you prefer.
  • Page 123: Setting The Date & Time

    Using Applications Setting the Date & Time Tap Alarm in the Home screen to open Alarm Clock. Tap the Options icon then tap Settings. Hide clock To exit the screen, tap the Back icon. Tap the 24 hour format check box if you wish to use the 24 hour format.
  • Page 124: Calculator

    Using Applications Tap the Back icon to exit when you are done. • Use +, -, x, ÷, = to perform calculation. The alarm will set when the timer goes off. • To exit the screen, tap the Back icon. Calculator File Manager The Calculator allows you to do basic math...
  • Page 125: Adding New Folders

    Using Applications Tap a folder to view files inside the folder. Tap the New folder tab to open the New Folder screen. To exit the screen, tap the Back icon. Enter the folder name and tap OK. Adding New Folders Sorting Files and Folders Tap File Mgr in the Home screen to open File Tap File Mgr in the Home screen to open File...
  • Page 126: Deleting Files And Folders

    Using Applications Tap name, size, time, or type to sort your files Tap the check boxes that appear beside the and folders by name, size, time, or type. files or folders you want to delete. To exit the screen, tap the Back icon. Deleting Files and Folders Tap the Delete tab, and then tap Yes to confirm.
  • Page 127: Cutting, Copying, And Pasting

    Using Applications Cutting, Copying, and Pasting You can also select a file or folder directly by long tapping the file or folder and tap Copy or Tap File Mgr in the Home screen to open File Cut on the pop up menu. Manager.
  • Page 128: Searching For Contents

    Using Applications Searching for Contents Tap Rename on the pop up menu to open the rename screen. Tap File Mgr in the Home screen to open File Manager. Tap the Options icon, and then tap Search. The Search screen appears. Enter your search terms and tap the Search icon to begin the search.
  • Page 129: Decompressing Files And Folders

    Using Applications Notes Tap Compress on the pop up menu to open the compress screen. To open Notes, tap Notes in the Home screen. Enter the name for your zip file and tap OK to save and exit the screen. Adding Notes Decompressing Files and Folders Tap Notes in the Home screen to open Notes.
  • Page 130: Reading Notes

    Using Applications Reading Notes Tap the Add tab. The Create note screen opens. Notes are listed by date added, with the most recent note at the top. You can see the title of each note in the list. Tap the note to view its details. Enter the title and the note content.
  • Page 131: Editing Notes

    Using Applications Editing Notes Tap the check boxes that appear beside the notes you want to delete. Tap Notes in the Home screen to open Notes. Tap the note you want to edit to view its details. Finish editing the note. Tap the Save tab to save notes and exit the screen.
  • Page 132: Tasks

    Using Applications Tasks Tap the Save tab to save task. Tasks allows you to keep track of tasks you need to do. To open Tasks, tap Tasks in the Home screen. Creating New Tasks Tap Tasks in the Home screen to open Tasks. Tap the Add tab open Create Task screen.
  • Page 133: Deleting Tasks

    Using Applications Tap the Save tab to save the task. Tap the check boxes that appear beside the tasks you want to delete. Tap the Delete tab to delete the task. World Clock World Clock allows you to view and add the time in other major cities and time zones around the world.
  • Page 134: Viewing Clocks

    Using Applications Viewing Clocks Adding Clocks Tap World Clock in the Home screen to open Tap World Clock in the Home screen to open World Clock. World Clock. Tap the Add City tab. Tap the city or time zone to add the clock. Tap the Add City tab to add the clock and exit the screen.
  • Page 135: Search

    Using Applications Search Tap the check boxes that appear beside the names of the clocks you want to delete. To open Search, tap Search in the Home screen. Using Search Simple search Tap Search in the Home screen to open Search.
  • Page 136: Selecting Search Categories

    Using Applications Enter your search terms and tap the Search Tap the check boxes that appear beside the icon to begin the search. categories you want to include in your search. Your search results are sorted by categories and listed in tabs. Select the tabs to view the search results.
  • Page 137: Advanced Search

    Using Applications Advanced Search Tap the orange tick to open the pop up menu, and then tap your search preference: You can use various options to create a very Contacts, Message, Email, File, Call log, or specific search. Tap Search in the Home Web History.
  • Page 138: Index Statistic

    Using Applications Backup Index Statistic The Backup application allows you to create a Use Index statistic to view the number of backup file on your SD card for Contacts, SMS, records you have in each program. Tap MMS, Call log, Settings, Tasks, Calendar, Email, Search in the Home screen to open Search.
  • Page 139: Restore Your Mobile Contacts, Messages, And Settings From The Backup File

    NOTE: PC Sync may not be pre-installed on menu. all devices. Download the latest software Tap Restore. from support.dell.com. Tap OK to restore. Installing PC Sync Application NOTE: When reverting to the backup file, the current data of that file in the Before beginning synchronization, you must install smartphone will be overwritten.
  • Page 140: Connecting The Smartphone

    In the Dell Mini 3 Desktop Suite folder, drag computer, to view the contents on your SD card. the file to your computer desktop. Double- The PC Sync application will be in Dell Mini 3 click the installation file and follow the Desktop Suite folder.
  • Page 141: Index

    Index Index Phone Lock Setting, 70 SD card & phone storage, 71 Account settings SIM card lock, 70 Authentication, 83 Delete email from server, 83 From name, 84 Password, 83 Port (Incoming), 83 Battery Protocol, 83 Removing, 13 Read Limit, 84 Bluetooth Reply mails with the original, 83 Pairing, 68...
  • Page 142 Index Day view, 115 Edit an event, 116 Delivery reports, 110 Month view, 112 Week view, 114 Display settings Set brightness manually, 41 Calendar Settings Set up screen time out, 42 Hide declined events, 117 Turn on the auto brightness, 40 Set alerts &...
  • Page 143 Index Changing display, 126 Add an account, 81 Compress files or folders, 126 Delete messages, 86 Cut, copy, and paste, 125 Receive emails, 85 Decompress files or folders, 127 Remove an account, 84 Delete files and folders, 124 Send emails, 84 Rename files or folders, 126 Set up, 82 Search for contents, 126...
  • Page 144 Index Create a playlist, 89 View slideshow, 97 Manage playlist, 90 Picture settings Music player, 92 Confirm deletions, 99 Picture sort, 99 Repeat slideshow, 99 Shuffle slides, 99 Slideshow interval, 99 Network Settings Slideshow transition, 99 Mobile settings, 69 Thumbnail size, 99 Notes Product overview, 19 Add notes, 127...
  • Page 145 Index Select search category, 134 Simple search, 133 Video Service Center, 109 Browse, 93 Delete multiple videos, 95 SMSC, 109 Video player, 96 Status bar, 25 View property, 95 To Do List World Clock Create new tasks, 130 Add clocks, 132 Delete tasks, 131 Delete clocks, 132 Edit tasks, 130...