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Motorola ES400 Quick Start Manual

Motorola es400 mobile phone quick start guide.
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ES400
Quick Start Guide

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    ES400 Quick Start Guide...

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    Motorola reserves the right to make changes to any product to improve reliability, function, or design. Motorola does not assume any product liability arising out of, or in connection with, the application or use of any product, circuit, or application described herein.

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    ES400 Charging/Communication Contacts Battery Cover Illumination Light Camera Lens Finger Print Reader LED Indicator Receiver Ambient Light/Proximity Sensor Speaker Touch Screen Camera Button Optical Nav Pad Power Button Volume Buttons Secondary LED Aimer Microphone Stylus (Speakerphone Mode) Headset Port Keypad...

  • Page 4: Motorola Home Screen

    The ES400 supports Bluetooth communication Dual WAN with headsets, printer, etc. The ES400 provides user-selectable dual 3.5G Wi-Fi broadband WAN radio (GSM HSPA and The ES400 has a built-in 802.11 a/b/g radio for CDMA-EVDO Rev A). connecting to wireless networks.

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    To remove the battery cover: carrier. If you are using a GSM carrier, you must Hold the ES400 firmly in two hands as shown. install a SIM card prior to installing the battery. With thumbs, push battery cover toward the To get started: bottom of the ES400.

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    Install a microSD Card (Optional) Close the microSD card holder. Slide the microSD card holder to the left to lock. Slide the SIM card holder up to unlock. Lift the SIM card holder. Install a SIM Card (GSM Only) Slide the microSD card holder to the right to Slide the SIM card into SIM card holder as unlock.

  • Page 7: Install The Battery

    Close the SIM card holder. 1540 mAh Battery Shown Battery Lock Latch The ES400 will not turn on with the NOTE Ensure that the SIM card is fully seated and battery cover removed. flat. Slide the SIM card holder toward the bottom of Replace the battery cover.

  • Page 8: Charge The Battery

    Rapid Charge USB cable into the rectangular slot in the power supply. Plug the power supply into AC wall outlet. Lift rubber flap on the side of the ES400. Plug the micro-USB connector into the USB port. The LED indicator blinks green indicating that the battery is charging.

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    On the CDMA Setup tab, select a carrier from the preferred network option. GSM/UMTS Activation Tap the Start Activation button. Upon start up, the ES400 looks for an installed Tap Yes to activate. SIM card. For a new account, call the carrier from an...

  • Page 10: Optical Nav Pad

    Press the Orange fn key once key then the key to toggle between highlight to activate this mode temporarily, followed by and arrow cursors. See the ES400 User Guide for another key. This displays the icon at the configuration information.

  • Page 11: Power Button, Led Indicator, Power Off

    Power Button LED Indicator Use the Power button to place the ES400 in LED Indicator suspend mode or to power off the device. Suspend To force the ES400 to suspend, press the power button. Power Off State Description Indicates that the battery is not charging,...

  • Page 12: Locking The Device

    The ES400 goes into lock mode when you press the Power button or after a pre-defined time-out. When the ES400 is locked, you will still be notified of new messages, missed calls and upcoming appointments. When you press the Power button to wake the ES400, the Lock screen displays.

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    Card additional cards by sliding the cards to the left or Simple Home Card right. By default, the ES400 contains four cards; Simple Home card, Full Home card, Weather card and the Time Tracker card. Program Shortcuts...

  • Page 14: Device Management Window, Program Shortcuts

    • access device settings. shortcut button to launch the program. Tap the Status Bar at the top of the screen to open Refer to the ES400 User Guide for detailed the Device Management window. Select the information on configuring the Programs window buttons across the top to view specific information.

  • Page 15: Send An Email Message

    Call Line. Send an Email Message Press or tap the Call Line to start the call. Refer to the ES400 User Guide for Email set up procedures. To send an email: Press on the keypad or tap Tap Start > E-mail or tap...

  • Page 16: Take A Photo

    ES400 User Guide. Tap Menu > New > SMS to send a text message or MMS to send a picture or video The LED Aimer on the back of the ES400 message. projects a red line across the bar code.

  • Page 17: Visit A Web Page

    On the horizontal scroll, select Mode. Enter Address Select Turn on Bluetooth checkbox. Favorites On the horizontal scroll, select Devices. Tap Add new device. The ES400 searches for Bluetooth devices in the area. Select a device from the list. Magnification Slider Tap Next.

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    Motorola Fusion software (default) or the Windows Zero Config (WZC) software. Refer to the ES400 User Guide for procedures on switching between the Fusion and the WZC software. To manage a wireless network on the ES400, tap Status Bar >...

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    Accessories Single Slot USB Charging Cradle Vehicle Holder Soft Holster Commercial Auto-Charge Cable Consumer Grade Auto-Charge USB Host Adapter Cable...

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  • JANE Jan 29, 2017 11:54:
    HOW DO I ZOOM OUT the icons are too large and I can not figure out how to get it to see the whole screen