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  • Page 2 Welcome to Android Basics ™...
  • Page 3 Phone Navigation Move around your touch screen to select an item or open an application. Touch & hold to drag an item or to add widgets, shortcuts, and applications to your Home screen. Swipe left & right to see more of your Home screen.
  • Page 4: Menu Key

    Hard Keys Are always there to help you out Menu key Home key Tap to display a list Tap to go back to your of options. Home screen. Back key Search key Tap to return to the Tap to open a Web previous screen.
  • Page 5: To Answer A Call

    Dialer Make phone calls and stay in touch To answer a call, drag right towards the middle of the screen. To decline a call, drag left towards the middle of the screen. To place a call, tap the Phone icon to open the Dialer screen...
  • Page 6: Google Search

    Search Find anything, anytime, and virtually anywhere Google Search Android Market Access the world’s Explore the world of information to find games and apps on what you’re looking your phone. for. Google Maps Surf the Web while on Find your way around the go.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Support ............1 Contacts ............16 Service ............2 Email Setup ..........17 Phone Overview ..........3 Wi-Fi ............19 Cool Apps ............. 4 Wi-Fi Sharing ..........19 SIM card ............5 Tethering ............21 Memory Card ..........7 Near Field Communication ......
  • Page 8: Support

    SuppOrT SErviCE This guide provides you with the information If you are a new T-Mobile customer and ® you need to get started. your service has not yet been activated, call Customer Care at 1-800-937-8997 and For more information and additional a T-Mobile Activations representative will support, please visit assist you.
  • Page 9: Phone Overview

    OvErviEw COOL AppS Samsung Media Hub Take advantage of the stunning Super Front-Facing Headset AMOLED™ Plus screen on the Galaxy S™ II Camera jack and start watching movies and next day TV as they download directly to your phone.
  • Page 10: Sim Card

    Sim CArd 2. Pull the back cover away from the phone, as Your SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) shown, and remove it. card identifies your phone to the wireless network. You cannot make or receive calls or browse the Internet without a properly installed SIM card.
  • Page 11: Memory Card

    mEmOry CArd BATTEry Your phone does not come with a microSD Your phone is shipped with the battery memory card, but you can purchase one partially charged. Please charge it fully separately. before use. For more information on how to conserve Install or remove the memory card battery life, see the Battery &...
  • Page 12: Power

    pOwEr Status bar The Status bar appears at the top of every To turn the power on, Home screen. Icons indicating the phone’s press and hold the status and new notification alerts appear on Power/Lock key. the Status bar. To turn the power off, press and hold the Power/Lock key and tap Power Off.
  • Page 13: Ringtones

    Applications screen 2. Tap Wallpapers. 3. Tap Gallery, Live wallpapers, To access the Applications screens, from or Wallpaper gallery. any Home screen, tap the Applications 4. Tap the desired image. icon. Swipe left or right through the screens. 5. Tap Set wallpaper or Save. As you download new applications, they will appear on the Applications screens in alphabetical order.
  • Page 14: Volume

    vOLumE mOTiON SENSOr When the motion sensor is activated, you Set call volume can: While on a call, press the Volume key up Turn your phone over to or down. mute incoming call ringtone and other sounds Set other volume Tilt to zoom in and out when 1.
  • Page 15: Contacts

    To reset the voicemail password to the To delete Visual Voicemail messages: last four digits of your phone number: 1. From any Home screen, tap 1. From any Home screen, tap Phone. the Applications icon. 2. Tap #793#. 2. Tap Visual Voicemail. 3.
  • Page 16: Email Setup

    EmAiL SETup Set up corporate email 1. From any Home screen, tap Set up Gmail™ the Applications icon. 1. From any Home screen, tap 2. Tap Email. the Applications icon. Note: If you have already set up an email account, 2.
  • Page 17: Wi-fi

    wi-Fi You cannot use Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Sharing at the same time. Your phone can connect to the Internet using Wi-Fi. Turn on Wi-Fi Sharing 1. From any Home screen, Turn on Wi-Fi tap the Menu key. 1. Touch and drag the Status bar down 2.
  • Page 18: Tethering

    ® For more information on tethering with operating systems, go to For Windows XP, you may have to install a USB driver on your computer before you can tether your phone. To install the driver, go to us/support/downloads.
  • Page 19: Near Field Communication

    NEAr FiELd COmmuNiCATiON To learn more about NFC tags and how to exchange information, please go to: Near Field Communication (NFC) is a 1. From any Home screen, tap short-range wireless communication the Applications icon. technology, that allows you to make simple 2.
  • Page 20: Bluetooth

    BLuETOOTh BATTEry & mEmOry ® mANAgEmENT Your phone comes with Bluetooth connectivity, a wireless technology that Optimize battery life enables a data connection between your phone and a Bluetooth headset or other There are some things that you can do to Bluetooth device (sold separately).
  • Page 21: Caring For Your Phone

    CAriNg FOr yOur phONE RAM and read the on-screen information. Tap Clear memory, if Make it last desired. Your phone is a complex electronic device; Storage to start monitoring think of it as a mini-computer. Here are your storage use. some tips to help you extend the life of your new phone.
  • Page 22: Accessories

    ACCESSOriES SAFETy TipS Consider device compatibility Whether you want a charger, a fashionable carrying case, a Bluetooth headset, or you If you have a pacemaker or hearing aid, just want to browse for fun extras, T-Mobile check with your doctor to make sure it is is the place to shop for all your phone safe for you to use a cell phone.
  • Page 23: Emergency Dialing

    Pre-program frequently used AddiTiONAL iNFOrmATiON numbers into your phone for easy, one-touch dialing. Use of some features or services may incur separate, additional charges and/or require Remember that laws prohibiting or a qualifying data plan. restricting the use of a cell phone Wi-Fi: Device will not transition between while driving may apply in your area.
  • Page 24 Downloads/Applications: T-Mobile is not See brochures and the Terms and Conditions responsible for any third party content or (including arbitration provision) at T-Mobile. Web site you may be able to access using com, for rate plan information, charges for your phone. Additional charges may apply; features and services, and restrictions and not all downloads available on all phones.
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