Your HTC HD mini

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Before you do anything else, please read this
Charge the battery
¯he La¦¦erV ir Vcor rhcre hasr’¦ Leer char¬ec Ve¦. Vhi¦e Vcor
rhcre is char¬ir¬. i¦’s inrcr¦ar¦ ¦ha¦ Vco cc rc¦ rencVe ¦he
La¦¦erV racl. Lcir¬ sc car cana¬e Vcor rhcre. /¦sc. r¦ease ccr’¦
¦rV ¦c ¦ale Vcor rhcre arar¦. (¦í Vco cc. i¦ naV irVa¦ica¦e Vcor
varrar¦V.)
Choose a rate plan wisely
(cor rhcre car ose or a ¦c¦ cí ¦r¦erre¦ Larcvic¦h rea¦¦V coicl¦V.
Leícre Vco ose Vcor rhcre. ve s¦rcr¬¦V reccnnerc ¦ha¦ Vco ¦a¦l
¦c Vcor ncLi¦e crera¦cr aLco¦ ca¦a ra¦es. ¦í Vco’re cr a s¦arcarc
ca¦a r¦ar. ¦he ccs¦s cco¦c rea¦¦V acc or. ¯vi¦chir¬ ¦c a í¦a¦ra¦e
r¦ar cco¦c Le a ¦c¦ chearer.
Know about privacy laws
¯cne ccor¦ries haVe s¦ric¦ ¦avs aLco¦ hcv arc vher Vco car
reccrc rhcre ccrVersa¦icrs. ¦cr exanr¦e. Vco naV reec ¦c ¦e¦¦ ¦he
rerscr Vco’re srealir¬ ¦c Leícre Vco s¦ar¦ reccrcir¬. ¦¦’s a ¬ccc
icea ¦c íirc co¦ vha¦ ¦he ¦avs are vhere Vco ¦iVe Leícre Vco ose
Vcor rhcre’s reccrcir¬ íea¦ore.
And finally, a few important words from our legal team
(LIMITATION OF DAMAGES)
¯c ¦he naxinon ex¦er¦ rerni¦¦ec LV arr¦icaL¦e ¦av. ir rc eVer¦
sha¦¦ ¬¯C cr i¦s aííi¦ia¦es Le ¦iaL¦e ¦c Vco. arV oser. cr ¦hirc rar¦V
ícr arV ircirec¦. srecia¦. ccrsecoer¦ia¦. ircicer¦a¦ cr rori¦iVe
cana¬es cí arV lirc. arisir¬ ir ccr¦rac¦. ¦cr¦. cr c¦hervise.
irc¦ocir¬. Lo¦ rc¦ ¦ini¦ec ¦c. iriorV. ¦css cí reVeroe. ¦css cí
¬cccvi¦¦. ¦css cí Losiress crrcr¦ori¦V. ¦css cí ca¦a. arc/cr ¦css cí
rrcíi¦s. re¬arc¦ess cí ¦he ícreseeaLi¦i¦V ¦herecí cr vhe¦her ¬¯C cr
i¦s aííi¦ia¦es haVe Leer acVisec cí ¦he rcssiLi¦i¦V cí soch cana¬es.
/rc ir rc eVer¦ sha¦¦ ¦he ¦c¦a¦ ¦iaLi¦i¦V cí ¬¯C cr i¦s aííi¦ia¦es
exceec ¦he ancor¦ receiVec írcn Vco. re¬arc¦ess cí ¦he ¦e¬a¦
¦hecrV orcer vhich ¦he caose cí ac¦icr is Lrco¬h¦. ¯he ícre¬cir¬
cces rc¦ aííec¦ arV s¦a¦o¦crV ri¬h¦s vhich naV rc¦ Le cisc¦ainec.
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¯his coicl s¦ar¦ ¬oice vi¦¦ he¦r Vco ¬e¦ s¦ar¦ec vi¦h
Vcor rhcre. ¦r ¦his ¬oice. ve ose ¦he íc¦¦cvir¬
sVnLc¦s ¦c ircica¦e inrcr¦ar¦ cr oseío¦ irícrna¦icr.
¦c¦es ¦nrcr¦ar¦ irícrna¦icr
¯irs ¯aíe¦V rrecao¦icr
¦cr ¦he ccnr¦e¦e oser ¬oice arc c¦her he¦río¦
rescorces. checl co¦ ¦he ¬¯C sorrcr¦ veLsi¦e a¦
vvv.h¦c.ccn/sorrcr¦.
Contents
1. What’s in the box 4
2. Get to know your phone 4
3. Before you turn on your phone 5
4. Get started 7
5. Start screen 7
6. Lock screen 8
7. Get your contacts into the phone 8
8. Experience HTC Sense 9
9. Connect to the Internet 15
10. Get your messages across 17
11. Use the camera 19
12. Share photos and videos 21
13. Manage your phone’s wireless controls 24
14. Sync with your computer 24
15. Factory resetting 25
16. Troubleshooting tips 26
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1. What’s in the box
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2. Get to know your phone
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3. Before you turn on your phone
Take the back cover off
¬c¦c Vcor rhcre secore¦V.
¦o¦¦ írcn ¦he ¬ar cr ¦he
¦cr rare¦ as shcvr.
Careío¦¦V rencVe ¦he Lacl
ccVer.
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Insert the SIM card
¦rser¦ ¦he ¯¦¦ carc vi¦h i¦s
¬c¦c ccr¦ac¦s íacir¬ ccvr
arc i¦s co¦cíí ccrrer
íacir¬ co¦ írcn ¦he s¦c¦.
¯¦ice ¦he ¯¦¦ carc
ccnr¦e¦e¦V ir¦c ¦he s¦c¦.
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2.
Insert the battery
¦rser¦ ¦he La¦¦erV vi¦h i¦s
exrcsec ccrrer ccr¦ac¦s
ir¦c ¦he rhcre íirs¦. ¯he
exrcsec ccrrer ccr¦ac¦s
shco¦c Le cr ¦he ri¬h¦
vher Vco irser¦ ¦he La¦¦erV.
¦osh ¦he La¦¦erV a¦¦ ¦he
vaV ir.
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Insert a microSD card
¦rser¦ a nicrc¯L carc (rc¦
irc¦ocec) ir¦c ¦he s¦c¦ vi¦h
i¦s ¬c¦c ccr¦ac¦s íacir¬
ccvr.
¦osh i¦ a¦¦ ¦he vaV ir or¦i¦
Vco hear a c¦icl.
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2.
Put the back cover on
¦rser¦ ¦he ¦aLs irsice ¦he
Lacl ccVer ir¦c ¦he hc¦es
irsice ¦he Lc¦¦cn rare¦ cí
¦he rhcre.
¦ress ¦he rhcre a¬airs¦
¦he Lacl ccVer or¦i¦ i¦
c¦icls ir¦c r¦ace.
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2.
(co nos¦ irs¦a¦¦ ¦he Lacl ccVer ícr ¦he ar¦erra ¦c
íorc¦icr rrcrer¦V.
Charge the battery
¦¦o¬ ¦he rcver acar¦er
ir¦c ¦he L¯L ccrrec¦cr a¦
¦he Lc¦¦cn cí Vcor rhcre.
¦¦o¬ ir ¦he rcver acar¦er
¦c ar e¦ec¦rica¦ co¦¦e¦ ¦c
s¦ar¦ char¬ir¬ ¦he La¦¦erV.
¦¦ vi¦¦ ¦ale aLco¦ ¦hree
hcors ícr ¦he La¦¦erV ¦c Le
ío¦¦V char¬ec.
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2.
¦í ¦he /C acar¦er ¦ha¦ ccnes vi¦h Vcor rhcre has
ir¦erchar¬eaL¦e r¦o¬s. Vco nos¦ íirs¦ a¦¦ach ¦he r¦o¬ ¦c
¦he /C acar¦er Leícre char¬ir¬ ¦he La¦¦erV.
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/í¦er irs¦a¦¦ir¬ ¦he ¯¦¦ carc. La¦¦erV. arc nicrc¯L carc
arc char¬ir¬ ¦he La¦¦erV. Vco are rcv reacV ¦c ¦orr Vcor
rhcre cr ícr ¦he íirs¦ ¦ine. ¦ress ¦he ¦CVL¦ Lo¦¦cr ¦c
¦orr cr Vcor rhcre.
¦eac cr arc s¦ar¦ exr¦crir¬ vha¦ Vco car cc vi¦h Vcor
rhcre.
4. Get started
Vher Vco ¦orr cr Vcor rhcre ícr ¦he íirs¦ ¦ine. Vcor
rhcre cisr¦aVs ¦o¦cria¦s arc ¬oices Vco ¦c se¦ or Vcor
enai¦ acccor¦s arc íaVcri¦e sccia¦ re¦vcrls. (co car
íc¦¦cv ¦he crscreer irs¦roc¦icrs ¦c ccnr¦e¦e ¦he se¦or.
cr slir ¦he se¦or arc cc i¦ a¦ arc¦her ¦ine LV rressir¬
¯¯/¦¯ arc ¦her ¦arrir¬ Setup.
5. Start screen
¦ress ¦he ¯¯/¦¯ ( ) Lo¦¦cr
cr Vcor rhcre ¦c crer ¦he ¯¦ar¦
screer.
¯he ¯¦ar¦ screer ¬iVes Vco
access ¦c ¦he esser¦ia¦ íea¦ores
arc rrc¬rans cí Vcor rhcre.
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6. Lock screen
¯he Lccl screer is cisr¦aVec
vhereVer Vcor rhcre is ¦cclec.
¯his rreVer¦s accicer¦a¦ Lo¦¦cr cr
¦coch screer rresses.
(cor rhcre ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V ¦ccls
vher ¦he cisr¦aV is ¦orrec cíí
(ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V cr Vco haVe
rressec ¦he ¦CVL¦ Lo¦¦cr) arc
Vcor rhcre ¬ces ¦c s¦eer ncce.
Vher Vco see ¦he Lccl screer.
s¦ice ¦he Unlock Bar ccvr ¦c
or¦ccl Vcor rhcre.
¦cr ncre irícrna¦icr aLco¦ ¦he Lccl screer. reíer ¦c ¦he
“Ce¦¦ir¬ ¯¦ar¦ec” char¦er ir ¦he Lser ¦aroa¦ ¦L¦.
7. Get your contacts into the phone
¯here are seVera¦ vaVs ¦c acc ccr¦ac¦s ¦c Vcor rhcre.
Creating new contacts
(co car crea¦e rev ccr¦ac¦s arc er¦er ¦heir rhcre
ronLer. enai¦ accress. arc c¦her ce¦ai¦s cr Vcor rhcre.
¹. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he People ¦aL. ¦ar All
People. arc ¦her ¦ar New.
2. ¯c acc a rhc¦c cí ¦he ccr¦ac¦. ¦ar ¦he Contact
Photo iccr ( ) ir ¦he orrer¦eí¦ ccrrer cí ¦he ¦ev
Ccr¦ac¦ Carc screer. Chccse vhe¦her ¦c ose ¦he
rerscr’s rhc¦c írcn ¦aceLccl cr Co¦¦ccl. se¦ec¦ a
rhc¦c írcn /¦Lons. cr ¦ale ¦he rerscr’s rhc¦c osir¬
¦he Canera.
o. Lr¦er ¦he ccr¦ac¦ ce¦ai¦s ir ¦he íie¦cs rrcVicec. (co
car a¦sc assi¬r a rir¬¦cre ¦c ¦he ccr¦ac¦.
-. Vher íirishec. ¦ar Done.
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Cr ¦he ¦ev Ccr¦ac¦ Carc screer. scrc¦¦ ccvr ¦c ¦he Lc¦¦cn
cí ¦he screer arc ¦her ¦ar More ¦c er¦er acci¦icra¦ ccr¦ac¦
ce¦ai¦s.
Synchronizing Outlook contacts
(co car sVrc Vcor Co¦¦ccl ccr¦ac¦s cr ¦he Lxchar¬e
¯erVer (Co¦¦ccl vcrl acccor¦) vi¦h Vcor rhcre. ¦cr ncre
irícrna¦icr aLco¦ sVrchrcrizir¬ Vcor rhcre vi¦h Vcor
ccnro¦er. see “¯Vrc Vi¦h (cor Ccnro¦er” ir ¦his ¬oice.
¦eíer ¦c ¦he Lser ¦aroa¦ ¦L¦ ¦c ¦earr hcv ¦c sVrc Vcor
rhcre vi¦h ¦he Lxchar¬e ¯erVer.
Synchronizing With Microsoft My Phone
¦icrcscí¦' ¦V ¦hcre sVrcs irícrna¦icr Le¦veer Vcor
rhcre arc a rassvcrcrrc¦ec¦ec veLsi¦e hcs¦ec LV
¦icrcscí¦. (co car Lacl or arc res¦cre Vcor ccr¦ac¦s.
ca¦ercar arrcir¦ner¦s. rhc¦cs. arc c¦her irícrna¦icr.
¦eíer ¦c ¦he Lser ¦aroa¦ ¦L¦ ícr ce¦ai¦s.
8. Experience HTC Sense
LisccVer ¬¯C ¯erse™ cr Vcor rhcre. ar ir¦oi¦iVe.
sean¦ess exrerierce Loi¦¦ orcr ¦hree íorcaner¦a¦
rrircir¦es — nale i¦ nire. s¦aV c¦cse. arc cisccVer ¦he
orexrec¦ec.
Personalized Home screen
¯ee ¦he ¦ine arc vea¦her cí Vcor
correr¦ ¦cca¦icr cr ¦he vea¦her
c¦ccl cí ¦he ¬cne screer. ¯he
¬cne screer a¦sc cisr¦aVs Vcor
orccnir¬ arrcir¦ner¦. ¯ar ¦he
resrec¦iVe i¦en vher Vco var¦
¦c char¬e ¦he vea¦her c¦ccl ¦c
cisr¦aV arc¦her ¦cca¦icr. orca¦e
¦he vea¦her irícrna¦icr. cr
access ¦he Ca¦ercar.
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Lsser¦ia¦ íea¦ores ¦ha¦ Vco ccnncr¦V ose. soch as
People. Messages. Mail. Internet. arc ncre. are reaci¦V
accessec or írcr¦ cr ¦he ¬cne screer. ¯he ¦aLs a¦ ¦he
Lc¦¦cn cí ¦he ¬cne screer ccrresrcrc ¦c ¦he ciííerer¦
rhcre íea¦ores. ¯inr¦V rress arc hc¦c ¦he ac¦iVe ¦aL arc
¦her s¦ice Vcor íir¬er ri¬h¦ cr ¦eí¦ ¦c ¦he íea¦ore Vco var¦
¦c ose. (co car a¦sc cirec¦¦V ¦ar a ¦aL.
(co car a¦sc rerscra¦ize ¦he ¬cne screer vi¦h ar
arina¦ec cr ric¦ore va¦¦rarer (LV ¦arrir¬ Menu > Home
Wallpaper). rearrar¬e ¦he ¦aLs. arc acc coicl ¦irls ¦c
Vcor íaVcri¦e veLsi¦es. arr¦ica¦icrs. arc ¦c recr¦e vhc
na¦¦er ncs¦ ¦c Vco.
It’s all about people
Lrir¬ir¬ recr¦e vhc na¦¦er ncs¦ c¦cser ¦c Vco—¦ha¦’s
vha¦ Vcor rhcre is a¦¦ aLco¦.
¦o¦ recr¦e Vco leer ir ¦coch
vi¦h cí¦er or írcr¦ cr Vcor ¬cne
screer’s People ¦aL. ¯inr¦V ¦ar
¦he rhc¦c cí a ccr¦ac¦ ¦c coicl¦V
r¦ace a ca¦¦ cr crea¦e a rev
nessa¬e ¦c serc ¦c ¦his ccr¦ac¦.
¯irce Vcor rhcre cr¬arizes ¦ex¦
arc no¦¦inecia nessa¬es. enai¦
ccrVersa¦icrs. arc rhcre ¦c¬s
cí a ccr¦ac¦ a¦¦ ir cre r¦ace.
Vco ¬e¦ ¦c see a¦ a ¬¦arce a¦¦
ccnnorica¦icrs vi¦h ¦ha¦ rerscr.
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(cor rhcre a¦sc leers Vco ir ¦ore vi¦h Vcor sccia¦
circ¦es LV sean¦ess¦V ir¦e¬ra¦ir¬ ¦aceLccl irícrna¦icr
ir¦c ¦he rerscra¦ ce¦ai¦s cí Vcor s¦crec ccr¦ac¦s.
(co car irs¦ar¦¦V see vha¦ ¦heV’re ccir¬ arc lrcv
vhe¦her ¦heV haVe rev rhc¦cs cr c¦her orca¦es. ¦cre
inrcr¦ar¦¦V. Vco are ve¦¦ irícrnec aLco¦ ¦heir Lir¦hcaV
arc c¦her inrcr¦ar¦ eVer¦s.
¯ercir¬ nessa¬es ¦c no¦¦ir¦e ccr¦ac¦s is nace
easier. ¦cc. ¯¦ice ¦c ¦he Groups ¦aL arc crea¦e a ¬rcor
cí se¦ec¦ec ccr¦ac¦s sc Vco car easi¦V serc a ¦ex¦.
no¦¦inecia. cr enai¦ nessa¬e ¦c ¦he ¬rcor vi¦hco¦
haVir¬ ¦c acc ¦he accressec ccr¦ac¦s ¦c Vcor nessa¬e
cre LV cre.
Social networking
LricV ¦vi¦¦erir¬ cirec¦¦V írcn Vcor rhcre.
Vi¦h ¦he rhcre’s hi¬hresc¦o¦icr canera. Vco car ¦ale
a rhc¦c arc innecia¦e¦V or¦cac i¦ ¦c Vcor ¦aceLccl
a¦Lon. Vhi¦e ¦vi¦¦erir¬. Vco car a¦sc serc a rhc¦c vi¦h
Vcor ¦vee¦ nessa¬e. Vha¦’s ncre. Vco car car¦ore a
Vicec arc share i¦ cr (co¯oLe.
¯ee “¯hare ¦hc¦cs arc `icecs cr ¦aceLccl. ¯vi¦¦er. arc
(co¯oLe” ir ¦his ¬oice ícr ce¦ai¦s.
Smart Dial
¯he ¦hcre cia¦er’s ¯nar¦ Lia¦ íea¦ore nales i¦ coicl
arc easV ícr Vco ¦c r¦ace a ca¦¦. ¯inr¦V er¦er ¦he rhcre
ronLer cr íirs¦ íev ¦e¦¦ers cí ¦he rerscr Vco var¦ ¦c ca¦¦.
¯nar¦ Lia¦ ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V searches arc íi¦¦ers Vcor ccr
¦ac¦s ¦is¦ (s¦crec cr Vcor rhcre arc ¯¦¦ carc) arc ¦he
rhcre ronLers írcn ¦he Ca¦¦ ¬is¦crV. ¦rcn ¦he íi¦¦erec
¦is¦. se¦ec¦ ¦he ronLer cr ccr¦ac¦ Vco var¦ ¦c ca¦¦.
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Onscreen keyboard
¯c er¦er ¦ex¦. chccse írcn ¦hree
crscreer leVLcarc ¦aVco¦s. Full
QWERTY. Compact QWERTY.
arc Phone Keypad.
¯he crscreer leVLcarc cííers
vcrc rrecic¦icr arc ao¦c
ccrrec¦icr íea¦ores. he¦rir¬ Vco
¦Vre ías¦er arc ncre accora¦e¦V.
Lcr’¦ vcrrV aLco¦ rressir¬
¦he ri¬h¦ leV eVerV ¦ine—ios¦
¬e¦ c¦cse arc ¦e¦ ¦he crscreer
leVLcarc cc ¦he res¦.
¦o¦¦ CVL¦¯(
Vher Vco’re íi¦¦ir¬ ir ¦he recirier¦ ir Vcor nessa¬e. Vco
sinr¦V reec ¦c irro¦ ¦he íirs¦ íev ¦e¦¦ers cí ¦he recirier¦’s
rane. / na¦chir¬ ¦is¦ cí ranes írcn Vcor s¦crec
ccr¦ac¦s vi¦¦ Le cisr¦aVec. ¯ar ¦he recirier¦’s ronLer cr
enai¦ accress Vco var¦ ¦c serc Vcor nessa¬e ¦c.
Internet and multimedia entertainment
Vher Vievir¬ VeL
ra¬es. ¬¦arcir¬
¦hrco¬h Vcor rhc¦cs
arc Vicecs. cr
Lrcvsir¬ ¦hrco¬h
nosic a¦Lons. Vco
car ¦orr Vcor rhcre
sicevaVs ¦c ¦he ¦eí¦ ¦c
char¬e ¦he screer ¦c
¦arcscare Viev.
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Pinch zooming
¯he caraci¦iVe ¦coch screer cí Vcor rhcre is Loi¦¦ ícr
rore íir¬er ¦coch ccr¦rc¦. Vher Vco’re Vievir¬ VeL
ra¬es. rhc¦cs. nessa¬es. cr ccconer¦s. zccn ir arc
co¦ íree¦V vi¦h ios¦ a sinr¦e rirch cí Vcor íir¬ers. Lsir¬
Vcor ¦honL arc ircex íir¬er. rress cr ¦he ¦coch screer
arc srreac Vcor íir¬ers arar¦ ¦c zccn ir. ¦irch Vcor
íir¬ers ¦c¬e¦her ¦c zccn co¦.
Zccnir¬ ir Zccnir¬ co¦
Cr cer¦air screers vhere scne crscreer ccr¦rc¦s cr
iccrs arrear sna¦¦ arc harc ¦c ¦ar. Vco car a¦sc ose
rirch zccnir¬ ¦c zccn ir arc co¦. /í¦er zccnir¬ ir. ¦he
crscreer ccr¦rc¦ cr iccr Leccnes ¦ar¬er arc Vco car
easi¦V ¦ar i¦ vi¦h Vcor íir¬er. (co vi¦¦ a¦sc see a sna¦¦
rreViev virccv. arc Vco car cra¬ Vcor íir¬er arcorc
¦his virccv ¦c rar arcorc ¦he zccnec screer.
Vher hc¦cir¬ Vcor rhcre ir cre harc arc scrc¦¦ir¬ vi¦h
¦he ¦honL cí ¦he sane harc. Le careío¦ rc¦ ¦c ¦coch ¦he
screer vi¦h Vcor c¦her íir¬ers cr ra¦n. as ¦he rhcre naV
ir¦errre¦ ¦his as a rirch zccnir¬ ¬es¦ore.
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HTC Footprints
Lse HTC Footprints™ ¦c reccrc
¦he chrcric¦es cí Vcor ¦iíe.
VhereVer Vco ¬c. Vco car ¦ale
rhc¦cs cí ¦he r¦aces Vco Visi¦ec
arc s¦cre ¦heir C¦¯ ¦cca¦icr arc
c¦her ce¦ai¦s ¦c Vcor rhcre. ¦rcn
¦he ¬cne screer’s Footprints ¦aL.
Vco car ¦her easi¦V í¦ir ¦hrco¬h
¦he rhc¦cs arc íirc Vcor íaVcri¦e
r¦aces a¬air.
¦cr ncre irícrna¦icr aLco¦ osir¬
¦cc¦rrir¦s. reíer ¦c ¦he “¦ircir¬
arc ¦eccrcir¬ ¦¦aces” char¦er ir
¦he Lser ¦aroa¦ ¦L¦.
Simply intuitive
¯cne cesi¬r íea¦ores cí ¬¯C ¬L niri are íar Le¦¦er
exreriercec ¦har car eVer Le exr¦airec. Lile ¦he rir¬er
Vc¦one ¦eVe¦ ¦ha¦ ¦cvers vher ¦he rhcre ce¦ec¦s ¦ha¦
Vco haVe riclec i¦ or. cr ¦he cisr¦aV ¦ha¦ ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V
acios¦s ¦c ¦he ¦i¬h¦ ¦eVe¦ ir Vcor sorrcorcir¬s arc ¦orrs
cíí ¦c rreVer¦ accicer¦a¦ screer ¦coches corir¬ a ca¦¦.
¦¦’s a¦sc ¦he caraci¦iVe ¦coch exrerierce ¦ha¦ ¦e¦s Vco
easi¦V acios¦ ¦he se¦¦ir¬s. se¦ or ca¦ercar arrcir¦ner¦s.
Lrcvse ¦hrco¬h rhc¦cs. arc raVi¬a¦e ¦hrco¬h neros
vi¦h cr¦V ¦he ¦coch cí a íir¬er.
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9. Connect to the Internet
(cor rhcre ro¦s ¦he vhc¦e ¦r¦erre¦ ir Vcor rccle¦. (co
car ¬e¦ cr¦ire osir¬ a ca¦a ccrrec¦icr cr Vi¦i.
Using a data connection
¦¦’s sinr¦e. Vher Vco ¦orr Vcor rhcre cr ícr ¦he íirs¦
¦ine (vi¦h ¦he ¯¦¦ carc irser¦ec). i¦ shco¦c ccrrec¦
ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V ¦c Vcor ncLi¦e crera¦cr’s ca¦a serVice.
¯c saVe La¦¦erV ¦iíe. Vco car svi¦ch cíí ¦he ca¦a
ccrrec¦icr vher rc¦ ir ose. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice
¦c ¦he Settings ¦aL. ¦ar Wireless controls. arc ¦her ¦ar
¦he La¦a ccrrec¦icr cr¦icr’s Off/On s¦icer.
Using Wi-Fi
¦í Vco slirrec Vi¦i se¦or vher Vco íirs¦ ¦orrec cr Vcor
rhcre. íc¦¦cv ¦he s¦ers Le¦cv ¦c ccrrec¦ Vcor rhcre ¦c
a Vi¦i re¦vcrl.
¹. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Settings ¦aL arc
¦her ¦ar Wireless controls.
2. ¯ar Wi-Fi. Le¦ec¦ec vire¦ess re¦vcrls are cisr¦aVec
cr ¦he screer.
o. ¯ar ¦he cesirec Vi¦i re¦vcrl.
¦í Vco se¦ec¦ec ar crer (orsecorec) re¦vcrl. Vco
are ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V ccrrec¦ec ¦c ¦he re¦vcrl.
¦í Vco se¦ec¦ec a secorec re¦vcrl. er¦er ¦he
secori¦V leV arc ¦her ¦ar Done. (co are ¦her
ccrrec¦ec ¦c ¦he re¦vcrl.
Browsing the Web
(cor rhcre’s Lrcvser nales veL Lrcvsir¬ easV arc íor.
Lxrerierce rich ¦r¦erre¦ Lrcvsir¬ vi¦h Crera ¦cLi¦e™.
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Internet ¦aL arc ¦her
¦ar Launch Browser ¦c crer Crera ¦cLi¦e.


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Crera ¦cLi¦e cisr¦aVs ir ¦vc ncces. ío¦¦screer arc
rcrna¦ Vievir¬ ncces. ¦o¦¦screer ncce hices ¦he
accress Lar arc ¦he Lrcvser ccr¦rc¦s. ¯c char¬e írcn
ío¦¦screer ¦c rcrna¦ Vievir¬ ncce. ¦ar ¦he Restore iccr
( ) a¦ ¦he Lc¦¦cn ri¬h¦ ccrrer cí ¦he Lrcvser screer.
Vhi¦e Vievir¬ a VeL ra¬e ir ío¦¦ screer. rress Lc¦h
Vcor ¦honL arc ircex íir¬er cr ¦he ¦coch screer arc
srreac Vcor íir¬ers arar¦ ¦c zccn ir. ¦irch Vcor íir¬ers
¦c¬e¦her ¦c zccn co¦.
Coicl s¦ar¦ ¬oice ¹¯
10. Get your messages across
¦eer ir ¦coch vi¦h ¦he inrcr¦ar¦ recr¦e ir Vcor ¦iíe.
Sending text messages
¯erc shcr¦ ¦ex¦ nessa¬es (¯¦¯) ¦c c¦her ncLi¦e rhcres.
¦í Vco exceec ¦he ¦ini¦ cr ¦he ronLer cí charac¦ers ícr a
sir¬¦e ¦ex¦ nessa¬e. Vcor ¦ex¦ nessa¬e vi¦¦ Le ce¦iVerec
as cre Lo¦ vi¦¦ Le Li¦¦ec as ncre ¦har cre nessa¬e.
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Messages ¦aL arc
¦her ¦ar ¦he New Message iccr ( ) cr ¦he orrer
ri¬h¦ sice cí ¦he screer.
¦r ¦he To íie¦c. er¦er ¦he recirier¦’s ncLi¦e rhcre
ronLer. (co car a¦sc er¦er ¦he íirs¦ íev ¦e¦¦ers cí
¦he recirier¦’s rane ¦c cisr¦aV a na¦chir¬ ¦is¦ cí
ranes írcn Vcor s¦crec ccr¦ac¦s. arc ¦her ¦ar ¦he
recirier¦’s ncLi¦e rhcre ronLer Vco var¦ ¦c serc
Vcor nessa¬e ¦c.
¯ar ¦he ¦ex¦ Lcx ¦ha¦ shcvs “¯ar ¦c ccnrcse ¦ex¦”.
arc ¦her er¦er Vcor nessa¬e.
Vher Vco haVe íirishec ccnrcsir¬ Vcor ¦ex¦
nessa¬e. ¦ar Send.
Sending multimedia messages
¯erc no¦¦inecia nessa¬es (¦¦¯) ¦ha¦ irc¦oce rhc¦cs.
Vicecs. cr aocic c¦irs.
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Messages ¦aL arc
¦her ¦ar ¦he New Message iccr ( ) cr ¦he orrer
ri¬h¦ sice cí ¦he screer.
¦r ¦he To íie¦c. er¦er ¦he recirier¦’s ncLi¦e rhcre
ronLer cr enai¦ accress. (co car a¦sc er¦er ¦he
íirs¦ íev ¦e¦¦ers cí ¦he recirier¦’s rane ¦c cisr¦aV a
na¦chir¬ ¦is¦ cí ranes írcn Vcor s¦crec ccr¦ac¦s. arc
¦her ¦ar ¦he recirier¦’s ncLi¦e rhcre ronLer cr enai¦
accress Vco var¦ ¦c serc Vcor nessa¬e ¦c.
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¯ar ¦he Attach Lo¦¦cr ( ) arc ¦her chccse vha¦
Vco var¦ ¦c irser¦ ¦c ¦he no¦¦inecia nessa¬e. rhc¦c/
Vicec. aocic. ccr¦ac¦ ce¦ai¦s. ca¦ercar arrcir¦ner¦. cr
s¦iceshcv.
Vher Vco haVe íirishec ccnrcsir¬ Vcor no¦¦inecia
nessa¬e. ¦ar Send.
To set up an Internet email account
¯e¦ or enai¦ acccor¦s cr Vcor rhcre. vhich car irc¦oce
Vcor rerscra¦ enai¦ arc Vcor vcrl acccor¦s. (¦eíer
¦c ¦he Lser ¦aroa¦ ¦L¦ ¦c ¦earr hcv ¦c se¦ or Vcor
Co¦¦ccl vcrl acccor¦.)
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Mail ¦aL.
¦í ¦his is Vcor íirs¦ ¦ine ¦c se¦ or ar enai¦ acccor¦. ¦ar
Add Account. C¦hervise. ¦ar Menu > Add Account.
¯e¦ec¦ ar enai¦ rrcVicer. ¦í Vcor enai¦ rrcVicer is rc¦
¦is¦ec. ¦ar Other.
Lr¦er Vcor enai¦ accress arc rassvcrc. arc ¦her ¦ar
Next.
Lr¦er Vcor rane arc ¦he acccor¦ cisr¦aV rane. arc
¦her ¦ar Next.
¦í ¦he ¦Vre cí enai¦ acccor¦ Vco var¦ ¦c se¦ or is
rc¦ ir ¦he rhcre ca¦aLase. ¦he soLsecoer¦ screers
vi¦¦ rrcnr¦ Vco ¦c er¦er ncre ce¦ai¦s. soch as ¦he
irccnir¬ arc co¦¬cir¬ enai¦ serVer se¦¦ir¬s. CL¦air
¦hese se¦¦ir¬s írcn Vcor enai¦ rrcVicer.
Chccse hcv cí¦er Vco var¦ Vcor rhcre ¦c
ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V serc arc receiVe enai¦.
¯ar Done.
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To send email
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Mail ¦aL arc ¦ar ar
enai¦ acccor¦ ¦c ose cr ¦he ri¬h¦ sice cí ¦he screer.
¯ar ¦he New Email iccr ( ) ¦c crea¦e a rev enai¦
nessa¬e.
¯ar To arc ¦her se¦ec¦ a ccr¦ac¦ cr ar enai¦ ¬rcor.
¦r ¦he To íie¦c. Vco car a¦sc er¦er ¦he íirs¦ íev ¦e¦¦ers cí
¦he recirier¦’s rane ¦c cisr¦aV a na¦chir¬ ¦is¦ cí ranes
írcn Vcor s¦crec ccr¦ac¦s. arc ¦her ¦ar a recirier¦ ¦c
ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V íi¦¦ ir ¦he rerscr’s enai¦ accress.
Lr¦er Vcor soLiec¦ arc nessa¬e. arc ¦her ¦ar Send.
11. Use the camera
Vhe¦her ¦raVe¦ir¬ ícr Losiress cr íor. ericV ¦alir¬
rhc¦cs arc car¦orir¬ Vicecs cí Vcor ¦rir arc erccor¦ers
vi¦h Vcor rhcre’s o ne¬arixe¦ canera.
Taking a photo
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Photos and Videos
¦aL arc ¦her ¦ar ¦he Camera iccr ( ).
Le¦ ¦he canera ao¦c íccos cr Vcor soLiec¦ a¦ ¦he
cer¦er cí ¦he Vievíircer screer. cr Vco car íree¦V
se¦ec¦ arV area ¦c íccos cr LV ¦arrir¬ ¦he area ¦ha¦
Vco var¦ cr ¦he Vievíircer screer.
/o¦c íccos
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¯coch íccos
¦í Vco ¦ar co¦sice ¦he eííec¦iVe íccos area. a vhi¦e Lcx
arrears ¦c ircica¦e ¦he LcorcarV vhere Vco car ose ¯coch
¦ccos.
o. ¦ress ¦he Virtual Camera Lo¦¦cr ( ) shcr¦¦V ¦c
innecia¦e¦V ¦ale ¦he rhc¦c. cr rress arc hc¦c ¦he
Virtual Camera Lo¦¦cr ¦c reíccos arc ¦her ¦ale ¦he
rhc¦c.
Capturing video
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Photos and Videos
¦aL arc ¦her ¦ar ¦he Camcorder iccr ( ).
¦cir¦ ¦he canera a¦ Vcor soLiec¦.
¦ress ¦he Virtual Camera Lo¦¦cr ( ) shcr¦¦V ¦c
innecia¦e¦V s¦ar¦ car¦orir¬ Vicec. cr rress arc hc¦c
¦he Virtual Camera Lo¦¦cr ¦c reíccos arc ¦her Le¬ir
car¦orir¬.
¯c s¦cr car¦orir¬. rress ¦he Virtual Camera Lo¦¦cr
a¬air.
¯c ¦earr ncre aLco¦ osir¬ ¦he canera. reíer ¦c ¦he
“Canera arc ¦o¦¦inecia” char¦er ir ¦he Lser ¦aroa¦
¦L¦.
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12. Share photos and videos
Lirec¦¦V írcn Vcor rhcre. Vco car easi¦V share Vcor
rhc¦cs cr ¦aceLccl arc ¯vi¦¦er. cr or¦cac Vicecs ¦c
(co¯oLe.
Logging into your social networks
¦í Vco slirrec se¦¦ir¬ or Vcor sccia¦ re¦vcrl acccor¦s
vher Vco ¦orrec cr Vcor rhcre ícr ¦he íirs¦ ¦ine. Vco
reec ¦c ¦c¬ ir íirs¦ ¦c Vcor acccor¦s Leícre Vco car
or¦cac arc share Vcor rhc¦cs arc Vicecs.
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Settings ¦aL arc
¦her ¦ar Data services.
Lc¬ ir ¦c ¦aceLccl. (co¯oLe. arc ¯vi¦¦er cre a¦ a
¦ine. ¯ar each cre arc cr ¦he soLsecoer¦ screer.
er¦er Vcor oserrane arc rassvcrc arc ¦her ¦ar
Login.
Uploading photos to Facebook
/í¦er ¦alir¬ a rhc¦c vi¦h Vcor rhcre’s Canera. Vco car
or¦cac ¦he rhc¦c ¦c ¦aceLccl. Lse /¦Lons vher Vco
var¦ ¦c or¦cac seVera¦ rhc¦cs a¦ ¦he sane ¦ine.
Crer ¦he Canera arc ¦ale a rhc¦c. ¦cr irs¦roc¦icrs.
see “Lse ¦he Canera” ir ¦his ¬oice.
/í¦er ¦alir¬ a rhc¦c. ¦ar ¦he Share iccr ( ). se¦ec¦
Upload to Facebook. arc ¦her ¦ar Send.
¯c share seVera¦ rhc¦cs. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Photos and
Videos ¦aL cr ¦he ¬cne screer. arc ¦her ¦ar Albums
cr ¦he Lc¦¦cn ¦eí¦ cí ¦he screer.
¦r /¦Lons. ¦ar Menu > Share > Facebook. ¦ar each cí
¦he rhc¦cs Vco var¦ ¦c share. arc ¦her ¦ar Upload.
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/í¦er or¦cac is ccnr¦e¦e. ose ¦he VeL Lrcvser ¦c ¦c¬
ir¦c Vcor ¦aceLccl acccor¦ ií Vco var¦ ¦c checl arc
Lrcvse ¦hrco¬h ¦he or¦cacec rhc¦cs ir ¦aceLccl. (co
vi¦¦ see ¦hen cr ¦he nair ¬cne ra¬e. (co vi¦¦ a¦sc íirc
¦hen ¬rcorec orcer ¦he “¦cLi¦e Lr¦cacs” a¦Lon.
Uploading a photo to Twitter
(co car or¦cac cr¦V cre rhc¦c a¦ a ¦ine cr ¯vi¦¦er.
Crea¦e a rev ¦vee¦ íirs¦. arc ¦her se¦ec¦ a rhc¦c cr ose
¦he Canera ¦c ¦ale a rhc¦c. (cor rhcre or¦cacs ¦he
rhc¦c ¦c a rhc¦c hcs¦ir¬ serVice arc ¦her irser¦s i¦s L¦L
¦cca¦icr ir¦c ¦he ¦vee¦.
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Twitter ¦aL.
¯ar Menu > New Tweet. ¦í Vco var¦ ¦c er¦er a ¦vee¦.
¦Vre Vcor ¦ex¦ ir¦c ¦he rrcVicec Lcx.
¯ar ¦he Camera Lo¦¦cr ( ).
¦í Vco cc rc¦ see ¦he rhc¦c ¦ha¦ Vco var¦ cr ¦he
soLsecoer¦ screer. íirs¦ ¦ar Albums arc se¦ec¦ ¦he
a¦Lon ¦ha¦ ccr¦airs ¦he rhc¦c Vco var¦ ¦c share.
Vher Vco see ¦he rhc¦c ¦ha¦ Vco var¦. ¦ar ¦he rhc¦c
¦c se¦ec¦ i¦. (co car a¦sc ¦ar ¦he Camera iccr ( ) cr
¦he orrer¦eí¦ ccrrer cí ¦he screer ¦c ose ¦he Canera
arc ¦ale a rhc¦c.
(cor rhcre ¦her Le¬irs or¦cacir¬ ¦he rhc¦c ¦c ¦he
¯vi¦¦er rhc¦c hcs¦. Vher ¦he or¦cac is ccre. ¦he L¦L
¦cca¦icr cí ¦he rhc¦c is ¦her er¦erec ¦c Vcor ¦vee¦
nessa¬e.
¯ar Update ¦c serc Vcor ¦vee¦ a¦cr¬ vi¦h ¦he L¦L cí
¦he rhc¦c sc c¦her recr¦e car see i¦ ir ¯vi¦¦er.
¦í Vco re¦orr ¦c ¦he ¬cne screer’s Twitter ¦aL arc ¦ar All
tweets. Vco vi¦¦ see ¦he ser¦ ¦vee¦ ¦ha¦ ccr¦airs ¦he L¦L
cí ¦he sharec rhc¦c.
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Uploading videos to YouTube
(co car ose Canera ¦c car¦ore a Vicec arc innecia¦e¦V
share i¦ cr (co¯oLe. Lse /¦Lons vher Vco var¦ ¦c
or¦cac seVera¦ Vicecs a¦ ¦he sane ¦ine.
Crer ¦he Canera arc car¦ore a Vicec. ¦cr
irs¦roc¦icrs. see “Lse ¦he Canera” ir ¦his ¬oice.
/í¦er car¦orir¬ a Vicec. ¦he Share iccr ( ). se¦ec¦
Upload to YouTube. arc ¦her ¦ar Send.
Cr ¦he `icec Lr¦cac screer. er¦er a cescrir¦iVe ¦i¦¦e
arc ¦a¬s ícr ¦he Vicec. /¦sc ¦ar ¦he Cíí/Cr s¦icer ¦c
se¦ vhe¦her ¦c nale ¦his Vicec roL¦ic ¦c eVerVcre.
¯ar Upload.
¯c share seVera¦ Vicecs. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Photos and Videos
¦aL cr ¦he ¬cne screer. arc ¦her ¦ar Albums cr ¦he
Lc¦¦cn ¦eí¦ cí ¦he screer. ¦r /¦Lons. ¦ar Menu > Share >
YouTube. ¦ar each cí ¦he Vicecs Vco var¦ ¦c share. ¦ar
Next. arc ¦her íc¦¦cv s¦ers o arc - aLcVe ¦c or¦cac ¦he
Vicecs ¦c (co¯oLe.
/í¦er or¦cac is ccnr¦e¦e. ose ¦he VeL Lrcvser ¦c ¦c¬
ir¦c Vcor (co¯oLe acccor¦ ií Vco var¦ ¦c checl arc
Viev ¦he or¦cacec Vicecs. (co vi¦¦ íirc ¦hen ¬rcorec
orcer “Lr¦cacec `icecs” ir Vcor acccor¦’s ¬is¦crV.
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13. Manage your phone’s wireless controls
Comm Manager ¦e¦s Vco easi¦V
¦orr cr arc cíí ¦he vire¦ess
ccnnorica¦icr íea¦ores cí Vcor
rhcre soch as Vi¦i. L¦oe¦cc¦h.
ca¦a ccrrec¦icr. arc ncre.
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice
¦c ¦he Settings ¦aL arc ¦her
¦ar Wireless controls ¦c crer
Ccnn ¦ara¬er.
Cr ¦he Ccnn ¦ara¬er screer.
¦ar ¦he ¦eí¦ sice ¦c ccríi¬ore ¦he
¦is¦ec se¦¦ir¬s. ¯ar ¦he Cíí/Cr
s¦icer cr ¦he ri¬h¦ ¦c ¦orr a
íorc¦icr cr cr cíí.
¦cr ncre irícrna¦icr aLco¦ osir¬ ¦he Ccnn ¦ara¬er.
reíer ¦c ¦he “¦ara¬ir¬ (cor ¦hcre” char¦er ir ¦he Lser
¦aroa¦ ¦L¦.
Vi¦h Wi-Fi Router cr ¦he Ccnn ¦ara¬er. Vco car se¦
or Vcor rhcre as a vire¦ess rco¦er sc ¦ha¦ Vcor ccnro¦er
car ccrrec¦ ¦hrco¬h Vi¦i ¦c Vcor rhcre arc ose ¦he
rhcre’s ca¦a ccrrec¦icr ¦c access ¦he ¦r¦erre¦. ¦cr ncre
irícrna¦icr. reíer ¦c ¦he “¦r¦erre¦ arc ¯ccia¦ ¦e¦vcrlir¬”
char¦er” ir ¦he Lser ¦aroa¦ ¦L¦.
14. Sync with your computer
(co car ¦ale irícrna¦icr írcn Vcor ccnro¦er vhereVer
Vco ¬c LV sVrchrcrizir¬ i¦ ¦c Vcor rhcre.
¯c íirc co¦ hcv Vco car ccvr¦cac arc irs¦a¦¦ ¦icrcscí¦
/c¦iVe¯Vrc (ícr Virccvs X¦) cr Virccvs ¦cLi¦e LeVice
Cer¦er (ícr Virccvs `is¦a cr Virccvs ¯) cr Vcor
ccnro¦er. Visi¦ ¦he íc¦¦cvir¬ veLsi¦e.
h¦¦r.//vvv.virccvsncLi¦e.ccn/¬e¦s¦ar¦ec
Coicl s¦ar¦ ¬oice 2o
Setting up ActiveSync
Ccrrec¦ Vcor rhcre ¦c Vcor ccnro¦er. ¯he
¯Vrchrcriza¦icr ¯e¦or Vizarc ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V s¦ar¦s.
C¦icl Next ¦c rrcceec.
¯c sVrc Vcor rhcre vi¦h Vcor ccnro¦er. c¦ear ¦he
Synchronize directly with a server running Microsoft
Exchange checl Lcx. ¦her c¦icl Next.
¯e¦ec¦ ¦he irícrna¦icr ¦Vres ¦ha¦ Vco var¦ ¦c sVrc.
¦her c¦icl Next.
¯e¦ec¦ cr c¦ear ¦he Allow wireless data connections
checl Lcx acccrcir¬ ¦c Vcor rreíererce.
C¦icl Finish.
Setting up Windows Mobile Device Center
Ccrrec¦ Vcor rhcre ¦c Vcor ccnro¦er. Virccvs
¦cLi¦e LeVice Cer¦er ccríi¬ores i¦se¦í. ¦her crers.
Cr ¦he ¦icerse a¬reener¦ screer. c¦icl Accept.
Cr ¦he Virccvs ¦cLi¦e LeVice Cer¦er’s ¬cne screer.
c¦icl Set up your device.
¯e¦ec¦ ¦he i¦ens Vco var¦ ¦c sVrc arc ¦her c¦icl Next.
Lr¦er a rane ícr Vcor rhcre arc ¦her c¦icl Set Up.
15. Factory resetting
¦eec ¦c s¦ar¦ cVer? ¦í Vco’re rassir¬ Vcor rhcre cr ¦c
scnecre e¦se cr ios¦ var¦ a íresh s¦ar¦. Vco car íac¦crV
rese¦ Vcor rhcre. ¦¦’s rc¦ a s¦er ¦c Le ¦aler ¦i¬h¦¦V.
¦ac¦crV rese¦¦ir¬ Vcor rhcre vi¦¦ ce¦e¦e a¦¦ Vcor ca¦a.
irc¦ocir¬ arV arr¦ica¦icrs Vco’Ve ccvr¦cacec arc
irs¦a¦¦ec. ¦¦ re¦orrs ¦he rhcre ¦c ¦he s¦a¦e i¦ vas ir Leícre
¦he íirs¦ ¦ine Vco ¦orrec i¦ cr.
Le sore ¦c Lacl or arV ca¦a ¦ha¦ Vco var¦ ¦c leer
Leícre Vco íac¦crV rese¦ Vcor rhcre.
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Resetting the phone through settings
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he ¯e¦¦ir¬s ¦aL arc
¦her ¦ar Security > Factory reset.
Lr¦er “¹2o- ” arc ¦her ¦ar Yes.
Resetting the phone using phone buttons
Vi¦h ¦he rhcre ¦orrec cíí. rress arc hc¦c ¦he
`CLL¦L L¦ arc `CLL¦L LCV¦ Lo¦¦crs. ¦her rress
¦he ¦CVL¦ Lo¦¦cr shcr¦¦V arc re¦ease i¦.
(co vi¦¦ ¦her see a nessa¬e cr ¦he screer varrir¬
Vco ¦ha¦ ¦he crera¦icr vi¦¦ ce¦e¦e a¦¦ Vcor rerscra¦
ca¦a arc rese¦ a¦¦ se¦¦ir¬s ¦c naroíac¦orer ceíao¦¦s.
¦e¦ease ¦he `CLL¦L L¦ arc `CLL¦L LCV¦
Lo¦¦crs.
¦ress ¦he `CLL¦L L¦ Lo¦¦cr ¦c rerícrn ¦he harc
rese¦. cr rress ¦he ¦CVL¦ Lo¦¦cr ¦c carce¦ ¦he rese¦.
16. Troubleshooting tips
C. Vha¦ shco¦c ¦ cc ií ¦he rhcre har¬s cr is crera¦ir¬
s¦cv¦V?
(co car ¦rV res¦ar¦ir¬ Vcor rhcre cr íree or
nencrV cr ¦he rhcre.
Lrirs¦a¦¦ ex¦ra r¦o¬irs írcn ¦he rhcre ¦c e¦inira¦e
arV íorc¦icra¦ irs¦aLi¦i¦V ¦ha¦ ¦heV naV caose.
/í¦er Laclir¬ or Vcor ca¦a arc íi¦es. res¦cre ¦he
rhcre ¦c i¦s íac¦crV ceíao¦¦ se¦¦ir¬s. ¦rcn ¦he
¬cne screer. s¦ice ¦c ¦he Settings ¦aL. ¦ar Security
> Factory reset. arc ¦her íc¦¦cv ¦he crscreer
irs¦roc¦icrs ¦c res¦cre Vcor rhcre ¦c íac¦crV ceíao¦¦
se¦¦ir¬s. ¦í Vcor rhcre screer s¦crs resrcrcir¬ arc
Vco are oraL¦e ¦c er¦er Virccvs ¦cLi¦e. rerícrn a
harc rese¦. ¦cr ncre irícrna¦icr aLco¦ harc rese¦.
reíer ¦c ¦he “¦ara¬ir¬ (cor ¦hcre” char¦er ir ¦he
Lser ¦aroa¦ ¦L¦.
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C. ¯he rhcre’s s¦arcLV ¦ine seens ¦c Le cecreasir¬.
¯¦arcLV ¦ine naV ciííer. cerercir¬ cr hcv Vco
ose Vcor rhcre. ¯orrir¬ cr arc osir¬ vire¦ess
íorc¦icrs soch as L¦oe¦cc¦h cr Vi¦i vi¦¦ ose or ¦he
La¦¦erV ías¦er.
Lcr¬ cora¦icr ca¦¦s. canera osa¬e. ¦r¦erre¦
ccrrec¦icr. arc ncre vi¦¦ ose or ¦he La¦¦erV ías¦er.
La¦¦eries are ccrsonaL¦e i¦ens arc shco¦c Le
rer¦acec eVerV ei¬h¦ ncr¦hs ¦c a Vear.
¦cr ncre irícrna¦icr. Vco car a¦sc Visi¦ ¬¯C’s
sorrcr¦ veLsi¦e. Cr ¦he sorrcr¦ veLsi¦e. se¦ec¦
Vcor rhcre ncce¦ arc reíer ¦c ¦he “¦/Cs”.
C. ¯he rhcre hea¦s or vher ¦’n char¬ir¬ ¦he La¦¦erV cr
vher ¦’n nalir¬ ¦cr¬ cora¦icr ca¦¦s.
¦¦ is rcrna¦ ícr ¦he rhcre ¦c hea¦ or corir¬
char¬ir¬. /í¦er char¬ir¬. i¦ vi¦¦ re¦orr ¦c i¦s rcrna¦
¦enrera¦ore.
¦¦ is rcrna¦ ícr ¦he rhcre ¦c hea¦ or vher Vco
are osir¬ ¦he sane íorc¦icr ícr a ¦cr¬ ¦ine. soch
as nalir¬ ¦cr¬ cora¦icr ca¦¦s cr reccrcir¬ a ¦cr¬
Vicec c¦ir.
Le assorec ¦ha¦ a¦¦ ¬¯C rhcres are ¦es¦ec arc cer¦iíiec
LV ¦cca¦ re¬o¦a¦crV a¬ercies Leícre shirner¦.
Checl ícr acci¦icra¦ orca¦es arc oseío¦ ¦irs cr cor
veLsi¦e. vvv.h¦c.ccn/sorrcr¦.






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Before you do anything else, please read this
Charge the battery
The battery in your phone hasn’t been charged yet. While your phone is charging, it’s important that you do not remove the battery pack. Doing so can damage your phone. Also, please don’t try to take your phone apart. (If you do, it may invalidate your warranty.)

Choose a rate plan wisely
Your phone can use up a lot of Internet bandwidth really quickly. Before you use your phone, we strongly recommend that you talk to your mobile operator about data rates. If you’re on a standard data plan, the costs could really add up. Switching to a flat-rate plan could be a lot cheaper.

Know about privacy laws
Some countries have strict laws about how and when you can record phone conversations. For example, you may need to tell the person you’re speaking to before you start recording. It’s a good idea to find out what the laws are where you live before you use your phone’s recording feature.

And finally, a few important words from our legal team
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Sync with your computer 15.Quick start guide  This quick start guide will help you get started with your phone. Get started 5. Get to know your phone 3. Before you turn on your phone 4. Troubleshooting tips 4 4 5 7 7 8 8 9 15 17 19 21 24 24 25 26 . Lock screen 7. Connect to the Internet 10. Contents 1. Factory resetting 16. Get your contacts into the phone 8. Use the camera 12. What’s in the box 2.htc. check out the HTC support website at www. Manage your phone’s wireless controls 14. In this guide. Experience HTC Sense 9. we use the following symbols to indicate important or useful information: Notes Tips Important information Safety precaution For the complete user guide and other helpful resources. Start screen 6. Get your messages across 11. Share photos and videos 13.com/support.

5mm stereo headset • Power adapter • This quick start guide 2. Get to know your phone . Quick start guide 1. What’s in the box Here’s what you should find inside the box: • Phone • Battery • USB cable • .5 mm headset jack Earpiece POWER Notification LED Volume Control Touch Screen START HOME TALK/SEND BACK END USB connector .

. Insert the battery with its exposed copper contacts into the phone first. . Insert the battery 1. . Push the battery all the way in. Hold your phone securely. Before you turn on your phone Take the back cover off 1. Insert the SIM card 1.Carefully remove the back cover. Pull from the gap on the top panel as shown.Quick start guide 5 3. . Insert the SIM card with its gold contacts facing down and its cut-off corner facing out from the slot. Slide the SIM card completely into the slot. The exposed copper contacts should be on the right when you insert the battery. .

Push it all the way in until you hear a click. It will take about three hours for the battery to be fully charged. Press the phone against the back cover until it clicks into place. Put the back cover on 1. . Quick start guide Insert a microSD card 1. Insert the tabs inside the back cover into the holes inside the bottom panel of the phone. . . . you must first attach the plug to the AC adapter before charging the battery. Insert a microSD card (not included) into the slot with its gold contacts facing down. Plug in the power adapter to an electrical outlet to start charging the battery. Charge the battery 1. If the AC adapter that comes with your phone has interchangeable plugs. You must install the back cover for the antenna to function properly. Plug the power adapter into the USB connector at the bottom of your phone.

you are now ready to turn your phone on for the first time. The Start screen gives you access to the essential features and programs of your phone. . 4. battery. Get started When you turn on your phone for the first time.Quick start guide  After installing the SIM card. or skip the setup and do it at another time by pressing START and then tapping Setup. and microSD card and charging the battery. Start screen Press the START ( ) button on your phone to open the Start screen. your phone displays tutorials and guides you to set up your email accounts and favorite social networks. Press the POWER button to turn on your phone. Read on and start exploring what you can do with your phone. You can follow the onscreen instructions to complete the setup. 5.

tap the Contact Photo icon ( ) in the upper-left corner of the New Contact Card screen. . . For more information about the Lock screen. and other details on your phone. or take the person’s photo using the Camera. Quick start guide 6. You can also assign a ringtone to the contact. Your phone automatically locks when the display is turned off (automatically or you have pressed the POWER button) and your phone goes to sleep mode. Lock screen The Lock screen is displayed whenever your phone is locked. tap All People. Choose whether to use the person’s photo from Facebook or Outlook. refer to the “Getting Started” chapter in the User Manual PDF. When finished. Enter the contact details in the fields provided. slide the Unlock Bar down to unlock your phone. select a photo from Albums. To add a photo of the contact. On the Home screen. This prevents accidental button or touch screen presses. Get your contacts into the phone There are several ways to add contacts to your phone. . . When you see the Lock screen. Creating new contacts You can create new contacts and enter their phone number. slide to the People tab. and then tap New. 1. 7. tap Done. email address.

stay close. and discover the unexpected. Refer to the User Manual PDF for details. You can back up and restore your contacts. see “Sync With Your Computer” in this guide. 8. Experience HTC Sense Discover HTC Sense™ on your phone.Quick start guide  On the New Contact Card screen. For more information about synchronizing your phone with your computer. The Home screen also displays your upcoming appointment. Synchronizing Outlook contacts You can sync your Outlook contacts or the Exchange Server (Outlook work account) with your phone. photos. calendar appointments. Synchronizing With Microsoft My Phone Microsoft® My Phone syncs information between your phone and a password-protected website hosted by Microsoft. update the weather information. Personalized Home screen See the time and weather of your current location on the weather clock of the Home screen. . Tap the respective item when you want to change the weather clock to display another location. seamless experience built upon three fundamental principles — make it mine. and other information. Refer to the User Manual PDF to learn how to sync your phone with the Exchange Server. scroll down to the bottom of the screen and then tap More to enter additional contact details. an intuitive. or access the Calendar.

rearrange the tabs. and add quick links to your favorite websites. It’s all about people Bringing people who matter most closer to you—that’s what your phone is all about. Put people you keep in touch with often up front on your Home screen’s People tab.10 Quick start guide Essential features that you commonly use. You can also personalize the Home screen with an animated or picture wallpaper (by tapping Menu > Home Wallpaper). you get to see at a glance all communications with that person. and phone logs of a contact all in one place. are readily accessed up front on the Home screen. Mail. Internet. email conversations. The tabs at the bottom of the Home screen correspond to the different phone features. such as People. Messages. . and to people who matter most to you. Simply tap the photo of a contact to quickly place a call or create a new message to send to this contact. and more. Since your phone organizes text and multimedia messages. You can also directly tap a tab. Simply press and hold the active tab and then slide your finger right or left to the feature you want to use. applications.

you are well informed about their birthday and other important events. . Social networking Enjoy twittering directly from your phone.Quick start guide 11 Your phone also keeps you in tune with your social circles by seamlessly integrating Facebook information into the personal details of your stored contacts. You can instantly see what they’re doing and know whether they have new photos or other updates. More importantly. Sending messages to multiple contacts is made easier. you can also send a photo with your tweet message. What’s more. Twitter. While twittering. Smart Dial The Phone dialer’s Smart Dial feature makes it quick and easy for you to place a call. Simply enter the phone number or first few letters of the person you want to call. See “Share Photos and Videos on Facebook. With the phone’s high-resolution camera. multimedia. Slide to the Groups tab and create a group of selected contacts so you can easily send a text. Smart Dial automatically searches and filters your contacts list (stored on your phone and SIM card) and the phone numbers from the Call History. you can capture a video and share it on YouTube. select the number or contact you want to call. or email message to the group without having to add the addressed contacts to your message one by one. you can take a photo and immediately upload it to your Facebook album. and YouTube” in this guide for details. From the filtered list. too.

Compact QWERTY.1 Quick start guide Onscreen keyboard To enter text. Internet and multimedia entertainment When viewing Web pages. glancing through your photos and videos. . Full QWERTY When you’re filling in the recipient in your message. or browsing through music albums. choose from three onscreen keyboard layouts: Full QWERTY. you can turn your phone sideways to the left to change the screen to landscape view. Don’t worry about pressing the right key every time—just get close and let the onscreen keyboard do the rest. The onscreen keyboard offers word prediction and auto correction features. A matching list of names from your stored contacts will be displayed. helping you type faster and more accurately. you simply need to input the first few letters of the recipient’s name. and Phone Keypad. Tap the recipient’s number or email address you want to send your message to.

Quick start guide 1 Pinch zooming The capacitive touch screen of your phone is built for pure finger touch control. you can also use pinch zooming to zoom in and out. Pinch your fingers together to zoom out. You will also see a small preview window. When you’re viewing Web pages. the onscreen control or icon becomes larger and you can easily tap it with your finger. After zooming in. and you can drag your finger around this window to pan around the zoomed screen. zoom in and out freely with just a simple pinch of your fingers. as the phone may interpret this as a pinch zooming gesture. photos. When holding your phone in one hand and scrolling with the thumb of the same hand. Zooming in Zooming out On certain screens where some onscreen controls or icons appear small and hard to tap. . Using your thumb and index finger. messages. be careful not to touch the screen with your other fingers or palm. press on the touch screen and spread your fingers apart to zoom in. or documents.

Wherever you go. It’s also the capacitive touch experience that lets you easily adjust the settings. browse through photos. Simply intuitive Some design features of HTC HD mini are far better experienced than can ever be explained. .1 Quick start guide HTC Footprints Use HTC Footprints™ to record the chronicles of your life. or the display that automatically adjusts to the light level in your surroundings and turns off to prevent accidental screen touches during a call. From the Home screen’s Footprints tab. set up calendar appointments. Like the ringer volume level that lowers when the phone detects that you have picked it up. you can take photos of the places you visited and store their GPS location and other details to your phone. you can then easily flip through the photos and find your favorite places again. refer to the “Finding and Recording Places” chapter in the User Manual PDF. and navigate through menus with only the touch of a finger. For more information about using Footprints.

When you turn your phone on for the first time (with the SIM card inserted). Using a data connection It’s simple. To save battery life.Quick start guide 15 9. it should connect automatically to your mobile operator’s data service. Browsing the Web Your phone’s Browser makes web browsing easy and fun. Using Wi-Fi If you skipped Wi-Fi setup when you first turned on your phone. tap Wireless controls. slide to the Settings tab and then tap Wireless controls. . Connect to the Internet Your phone puts the whole Internet in your pocket. .  If you selected an open (unsecured) network. Tap Wi-Fi. On the Home screen. Tap the desired Wi-Fi network. slide to the Internet tab and then tap Launch Browser to open Opera Mobile. You are then connected to the network. You can get online using a data connection or Wi-Fi. and then tap the Data connection option’s Off/On slider. 1. enter the security key and then tap Done. . Experience rich Internet browsing with Opera Mobile™. Detected wireless networks are displayed on the screen. follow the steps below to connect your phone to a Wi-Fi network.  If you selected a secured network. On the Home screen. you can switch off the data connection when not in use. slide to the Settings tab. you are automatically connected to the network. On the Home screen.

1 Quick start guide Opera Mobile displays in two modes: full-screen and normal viewing modes. press both your thumb and index finger on the touch screen and spread your fingers apart to zoom in. To change from full-screen to normal viewing mode. While viewing a Web page in full screen. Pinch your fingers together to zoom out. tap the Restore icon ( ) at the bottom right corner of the browser screen. Full-screen mode hides the address bar and the browser controls. .

slide to the Messages tab and then tap the New Message icon ( ) on the upper right side of the screen. and then tap the recipient’s mobile phone number or email address you want to send your message to. . tap Send. . or audio clips. On the Home screen. In the To field. When you have finished composing your text message. Sending text messages Send short text messages (SMS) to other mobile phones.Quick start guide 1 10. . . If you exceed the limit on the number of characters for a single text message. You can also enter the first few letters of the recipient’s name to display a matching list of names from your stored contacts. 1. . 1. videos. and then tap the recipient’s mobile phone number you want to send your message to. In the To field. enter the recipient’s mobile phone number or email address. slide to the Messages tab and then tap the New Message icon ( ) on the upper right side of the screen. your text message will be delivered as one but will be billed as more than one message. On the Home screen. Get your messages across Keep in touch with the important people in your life. You can also enter the first few letters of the recipient’s name to display a matching list of names from your stored contacts. enter the recipient’s mobile phone number. and then enter your message. Tap the text box that shows “Tap to compose text”. Sending multimedia messages Send multimedia messages (MMS) that include photos.

(Refer to the User Manual PDF to learn how to set up your Outlook work account. slide to the Mail tab. the subsequent screens will prompt you to enter more details. . tap Menu > Add Account. On the Home screen. . and then tap Next. If this is your first time to set up an email account. . and then tap Next.) 1. Tap the Attach button ( ) and then choose what you want to insert to the multimedia message: photo/ video. Enter your name and the account display name. calendar appointment. such as the incoming and outgoing email server settings. 5. When you have finished composing your multimedia message. audio. tap Other. tap Send. Select an email provider. If your email provider is not listed. tap Add Account. Enter your email address and password. contact details.1 Quick start guide . If the type of email account you want to set up is not in the phone database. . Otherwise. . Obtain these settings from your email provider. which can include your personal email and your work accounts. Choose how often you want your phone to automatically send and receive email. . or slideshow. To set up an Internet email account Set up email accounts on your phone. . Tap Done.

and then tap Send. Auto focus . Tap To and then select a contact or an email group. Let the camera auto focus on your subject at the center of the viewfinder screen. or you can freely select any area to focus on by tapping the area that you want on the viewfinder screen. slide to the Mail tab and tap an email account to use on the right side of the screen. you can also enter the first few letters of the recipient’s name to display a matching list of names from your stored contacts. Enter your subject and message. In the To field. 11. On the Home screen. . Taking a photo 1.Quick start guide 1 To send email 1. and then tap a recipient to automatically fill in the person’s email address. Use the camera Whether traveling for business or fun. ) to create a new email . slide to the Photos and Videos tab and then tap the Camera icon ( ). Tap the New Email icon ( message. . . On the Home screen. enjoy taking photos and capturing videos of your trip and encounters with your phone’s 5 megapixel camera.

0 Quick start guide Touch focus If you tap outside the effective focus area. or press and hold the Virtual Camera button to refocus and then take the photo. . . . . Capturing video 1. a white box appears to indicate the boundary where you can use Touch Focus. To learn more about using the camera. To stop capturing. slide to the Photos and Videos tab and then tap the Camcorder icon ( ). Press the Virtual Camera button ( ) shortly to immediately start capturing video. Point the camera at your subject. or press and hold the Virtual Camera button to refocus and then begin capturing. On the Home screen. . Press the Virtual Camera button ( ) shortly to immediately take the photo. refer to the “Camera and Multimedia” chapter in the User Manual PDF. press the Virtual Camera button again.

. tap the Share icon ( Upload to Facebook. After taking a photo. 1. For instructions. . To share several photos. and Twitter one at a time. and then tap Albums on the bottom left of the screen. In Albums. slide to the Photos and Videos tab on the Home screen. Open the Camera and take a photo. or upload videos to YouTube. tap each of the photos you want to share. you need to log in first to your accounts before you can upload and share your photos and videos. see “Use the Camera” in this guide. Share photos and videos Directly from your phone. Log in to Facebook. you can upload the photo to Facebook. and then tap Upload. slide to the Settings tab and then tap Data services. 1. YouTube. select . On the Home screen. tap Menu > Share > Facebook.Quick start guide 1 12. and then tap Send. Tap each one and on the subsequent screen. you can easily share your photos on Facebook and Twitter. ). Uploading photos to Facebook After taking a photo with your phone’s Camera. Use Albums when you want to upload several photos at the same time. enter your username and password and then tap Login. Logging into your social networks If you skipped setting up your social network accounts when you turned on your phone for the first time. .

type your text into the provided box. . . . use the Web browser to log into your Facebook account if you want to check and browse through the uploaded photos in Facebook. You will also find them grouped under the “Mobile Uploads” album. Your phone uploads the photo to a photo hosting service and then inserts its URL location into the tweet. If you do not see the photo that you want on the subsequent screen. If you want to enter a tweet. and then select a photo or use the Camera to take a photo. the URL location of the photo is then entered to your tweet message. first tap Albums and select the album that contains the photo you want to share. 5. If you return to the Home screen’s Twitter tab and tap All tweets. . On the Home screen. When you see the photo that you want. You will see them on the main Home page. Tap the Camera button ( ). 1. When the upload is done. Create a new tweet first. tap the photo to select it. slide to the Twitter tab. . . Tap Menu > New Tweet. Uploading a photo to Twitter You can upload only one photo at a time on Twitter. You can also tap the Camera icon ( ) on the upper-left corner of the screen to use the Camera and take a photo. Quick start guide After upload is complete. Your phone then begins uploading the photo to the Twitter photo host. Tap Update to send your tweet along with the URL of the photo so other people can see it in Twitter. you will see the sent tweet that contains the URL of the shared photo.

After upload is complete. tap Next. and then tap Albums on the bottom left of the screen. the Share icon ( Upload to YouTube. 1. . slide to the Photos and Videos tab on the Home screen. use the Web browser to log into your YouTube account if you want to check and view the uploaded videos. You will find them grouped under “Uploaded Videos” in your account’s History. After capturing a video. . Tap Upload. In Albums. Also tap the Off/On slider to set whether to make this video public to everyone. and then follow steps  and  above to upload the videos to YouTube. Use Albums when you want to upload several videos at the same time. select . tap Menu > Share > YouTube. enter a descriptive title and tags for the video. see “Use the Camera” in this guide. On the Video Upload screen. To share several videos. and then tap Send.Quick start guide  Uploading videos to YouTube You can use Camera to capture a video and immediately share it on YouTube. ). For instructions. Open the Camera and capture a video. tap each of the videos you want to share. .

14. On the Home screen. slide to the Settings tab and then tap Wireless controls to open Comm Manager. For more information. To find out how you can download and install Microsoft ActiveSync (for Windows XP) or Windows Mobile Device Center (for Windows Vista or Windows ) on your computer. tap the left side to configure the listed settings. Bluetooth. For more information about using the Comm Manager. visit the following website: http://www. Tap the Off/On slider on the right to turn a function on or off.windowsmobile.Sync with your computer You can take information from your computer wherever you go by synchronizing it to your phone. Manage your phone’s wireless controls Comm Manager lets you easily turn on and off the wireless communication features of your phone such as Wi-Fi. Quick start guide 13. refer to the “Internet and Social Networking” chapter” in the User Manual PDF.com/getstarted . and more. With Wi-Fi Router on the Comm Manager. On the Comm Manager screen. refer to the “Managing Your Phone” chapter in the User Manual PDF. you can set up your phone as a wireless router so that your computer can connect through Wi-Fi to your phone and use the phone’s data connection to access the Internet. data connection.

Setting up Windows Mobile Device Center 1. Select or clear the Allow wireless data connections check box according to your preference. Select the information types that you want to sync. Connect your phone to your computer. Factory resetting your phone will delete all your data. then opens. click Accept. then click Next. Click Next to proceed. Factory resetting Need to start over? If you’re passing your phone on to someone else or just want a fresh start. Connect your phone to your computer.Quick start guide 5 Setting up ActiveSync 1. . It returns the phone to the state it was in before the first time you turned it on. . 15. 5. The Synchronization Setup Wizard automatically starts. 5. It’s not a step to be taken lightly. you can factory reset your phone. click Set up your device. including any applications you’ve downloaded and installed. To sync your phone with your computer. then click Next. Select the items you want to sync and then click Next. Windows Mobile Device Center configures itself. . . clear the Synchronize directly with a server running Microsoft Exchange check box. . Be sure to back up any data that you want to keep before you factory reset your phone. Click Finish. On the license agreement screen. Enter a name for your phone and then click Set Up. . . On the Windows Mobile Device Center’s Home screen.

16. . Release the VOLUME UP and VOLUME DOWN buttons. From the Home screen. . press and hold the VOLUME UP and VOLUME DOWN buttons. . Resetting the phone using phone buttons 1. On the Home screen.  After backing up your data and files. or press the POWER button to cancel the reset. Enter “1 ” and then tap Yes.  Uninstall extra plug-ins from the phone to eliminate any functional instability that they may cause. slide to the Settings tab. refer to the “Managing Your Phone” chapter in the User Manual PDF. restore the phone to its factory default settings. tap Security > Factory reset. You will then see a message on the screen warning you that the operation will delete all your personal data and reset all settings to manufacturer defaults. Troubleshooting tips Q. then press the POWER button shortly and release it. For more information about hard reset. Press the VOLUME UP button to perform the hard reset. What should I do if the phone hangs or is operating slowly?  You can try restarting your phone or free up memory on the phone. perform a hard reset. . Quick start guide Resetting the phone through settings 1. and then follow the onscreen instructions to restore your phone to factory default settings. slide to the Settings tab and then tap Security > Factory reset. If your phone screen stops responding and you are unable to enter Windows Mobile. With the phone turned off.

htc.  It is normal for the phone to heat up during charging. Check for additional updates and useful tips on our website: www. it will return to its normal temperature. The phone heats up when I’m charging the battery or when I’m making long duration calls.Quick start guide  Q. you can also visit HTC’s support website. and more will use up the battery faster. Turning on and using wireless functions such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi will use up the battery faster.  Batteries are consumable items and should be replaced every eight months to a year.  For more information. Be assured that all HTC phones are tested and certified by local regulatory agencies before shipment.com/support. Internet connection.  Long duration calls.  Standby time may differ. such as making long duration calls or recording a long video clip. Q. depending on how you use your phone. After charging. The phone’s standby time seems to be decreasing.  It is normal for the phone to heat up when you are using the same function for a long time. On the support website. camera usage. select your phone model and refer to the “FAQs”. .

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