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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. Add your contacts 9
6. Make your first call 10
7. HTC Sense 10
8. Connect to the Internet 14
9. Get your messages across 16
10. Stay in touch with friends 17
11. Get files into your phone 18
12. Sync your phone with your computer 19
13. Back it up 21
14. Factory resetting 22
15. Troubleshooting tips 23
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1. What’s in the box
¬ere’s vha¦ Vco shco¦c íirc irsice ¦he Lcx.
¦hcre
La¦¦erV
L¯L caL¦e
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(rreirs¦a¦¦ec)
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2. Get to know your phone
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3. Before you turn on your phone
1 Remove the back cover
Lií¦ ¦he ¦cr cí ¦he Lacl
ccVer. ¯here’s a rarrcv
crerir¬ (rear ¦he ¦CVL¦
Lo¦¦cr) vhere Vco car ose
Vcor íir¬er ¦c rencVe ¦he
Lacl ccVer.
2 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¦.
¦osh ¦he ¯¦¦ carc a¦¦ ¦he
vaV ir.
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3 Insert the battery
/¦i¬r ¦he La¦¦erV’s exrcsec ccrrer ccr¦ac¦s vi¦h ¦he La¦¦erV
ccrrec¦crs irsice ¦he La¦¦erV ccnrar¦ner¦.
¦rser¦ ¦he ccr¦ac¦s sice cí ¦he La¦¦erV íirs¦ arc ¦her ¬er¦¦V
rosh ¦he La¦¦erV ir¦c r¦ace.
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4 Replace the back cover
¯ecore arc rress ¦he Lc¦¦cn rar¦ cí ¦he Lacl ccVer íirs¦ LV
a¦i¬rir¬ ir¦c ¦he ¦vc crerir¬s ¦cca¦ec a¦ ¦he Lc¦¦cn rar¦ cí
¦he Lacl cí ¦he rhcre.
¦ress ¦he sices arc ¦he ¦cr rar¦ cí ¦he Lacl ccVer ccvr ¦c
¦ccl ¦he ccVer ir¦c r¦ace. (co vi¦¦ hear a c¦icl vher ¦he Lacl
ccVer is ¦cclec ir r¦ace.
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2.
5 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¦er irs¦a¦¦ir¬ ¦he ¯¦¦ carc arc La¦¦erV. 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.
Coicl s¦ar¦ ¬oice ¯
¦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.
¹. Chccse ¦he rhcre ¦ar¬oa¬e Vco var¦ ¦c ose. arc
¦her ¦ar Next.
2. (cor rhcre íirs¦ se¦s or C¦¦¯/oC. ¦¦¯. arc V/¦
ccrrec¦icrs ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V Lasec cr Vcor ¯¦¦ carc.
o. (cor rhcre va¦ls Vco ¦hrco¬h a ¦o¦cria¦ cr hcv
¦c ose ¦he crscreer leVLcarc. ¦c¦¦cv ¦hrco¬h ¦he
¦o¦cria¦ ¦c ¦earr hcv ¦c ose ¦he crscreer leVLcarc.
¯ar Skip ¦c rc¦ ¬c ¦hrco¬h ¦he ¦o¦cria¦.
-. Cr ¦he ¦r¦erre¦ ccrrec¦icr screer. se¦ec¦ hcv Vco
var¦ ¦c ccrrec¦ ¦c ¦he ¦r¦erre¦. arc ¦her ¦ar Next.
o. ¯e¦ec¦ ií Vco var¦ ¦c ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V cr naroa¦¦V
sVrchrcrize ca¦a soch as Vcor enai¦. ccr¦ac¦s.
vea¦her arc scne c¦her ca¦a. arc ¦her ¦ar Next.
c. ¦í ¦here are Vi¦i re¦vcrls ir rar¬e. Vco vi¦¦ Le aslec
ií Vco var¦ ¦c ccrrec¦ ¦c a Vi¦i re¦vcrl. ¯ar Next
arc ¦her ¦ar ¦he vire¦ess re¦vcrl ¦ha¦ Vco var¦ ¦c
ccrrec¦ ¦c. cr c¦ear ¦he Connect to Wi-Fi network
checlLcx. arc ¦her ¦ar Next ¦c se¦ or Vcor Vi¦i
ccrrec¦icr a¦ a ¦a¦er ¦ine.
¯. ¯cne rhcre íea¦ores soch as Vea¦her arc ¦cc¦rrir¦s
recoire Ccc¬¦e’s ¦cca¦icr serVice ¦c ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V
ce¦ernire Vcor correr¦ ¦cca¦icr. Cr ¦he Lcca¦icr
ccrser¦ screer. Vco car chccse vhe¦her ¦c a¦¦cv
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Ccc¬¦e’s ¦cca¦icr serVice ¦c cc¦¦ec¦ irícrna¦icr aLco¦
Vcor ¦cca¦icr. C¦ear cr se¦ec¦ ¦he checlLcx. arc ¦her
¦ar Next.
¯his serVice naV ircor acci¦icra¦ ca¦a ¦rarsíer íees
írcn Vcor rrcVicer. (co car eraL¦e cr cisaL¦e ¦his
serVice ¦a¦er ir Vcor rhcre’s ¦cca¦icr se¦¦ir¬s.
8. Cr ¦he ¯e¦ or acccor¦s screer. chccse ¦he ¦Vre cí
acccor¦ Vco var¦ ¦c se¦ or arc íc¦¦cv ¦he crscreer
irs¦roc¦icrs ¦c ccnr¦e¦e ¦he se¦or. ¯ar Skip ¦c se¦ or
acccor¦s a¦ a ¦a¦er ¦ine.
Vher Vco are ccre se¦¦ir¬ or Vcor acccor¦s. ¦ar
Next.
9. Cr ¦he ¯e¦ or sccia¦ re¦vcrls screer. chccse ¦he
¦Vre cí sccia¦ re¦vcrl acccor¦. soch as ¦aceLccl'
arc ¯vi¦¦er™. ¦ha¦ Vco var¦ ¦c access írcn Vcor
rhcre. ¦c¦¦cv ¦he crscreer irs¦roc¦icrs ¦c ¦c¬ ir ¦c
Vcor sccia¦ re¦vcrl acccor¦. ¯ar Skip ¦c se¦ or sccia¦
re¦vcrl acccor¦s a¦ a ¦a¦er ¦ine.
Vher Vco are ccre se¦¦ir¬ or Vcor acccor¦s. ¦ar
Next cr ¦he ¯e¦ or sccia¦ re¦vcrls screer.
¹O. ¯cne ca¦a arc se¦¦ir¬s are ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V Laclec or
¦c ¦he s¦cra¬e carc. C¦ear ¦he checl Lcx ií Vco cc rc¦
var¦ ¦c ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V Lacl or ca¦a arc se¦¦ir¬s ¦c
¦he s¦cra¬e carc. arc ¦her ¦ar OK.
¹¹. ¯he íira¦ screer shcvs Vco vhere Vco car ¦earr ncre
aLco¦ osir¬ Vcor rhcre. ¯ar Finish.
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5. Add your contacts
¯here are seVera¦ vaVs Vco car acc ccr¦ac¦s ¦c Vcor
rhcre.
Importing all contacts from your SIM card
¹. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. ¦ar > People.
2. Cr ¦he All ¦aL. rress ¦L¦L. ¯her ¦ar Import/Export >
Import from SIM card.
¦í Vco’re osir¬ a Ccc¬¦e arc/cr Lxchar¬e /c¦iVe¯Vrc
acccor¦ cr Vcor rhcre. Vco’¦¦ reec ¦c ¦ar ¦he ¦Vre cí
ccr¦ac¦ ¦c ca¦e¬crize ¦he inrcr¦ec ccr¦ac¦s.
o. Cr ¦he ¯e¦ec¦ ccr¦ac¦s ¦c inrcr¦ screer. rress ¦L¦L.
arc ¦her ¦ar Import all.
Adding a new contact
¹. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. ¦ar > People.
2. Cr ¦he All ¦aL. ¦ar Add contact.
o. ¯ar ¦he Name íie¦c. er¦er ¦he íirs¦ arc ¦as¦ rane cí ¦he
ccr¦ac¦. arc ¦her ¦ar OK.
-. ¯ar ¦c hice ¦he crscreer leVLcarc. ¦ar ¦he
Display name Lcx. arc ¦her chccse hcv Vco var¦ ¦he
ccr¦ac¦ rane ¦c Le cisr¦aVec ir Vcor ccr¦ac¦s ¦is¦.
o. ¯ar OK.
c. Chccse ¦he Contact account orcer vhich ¦c crea¦e
Vcor ccr¦ac¦.
¯. Lr¦er ¦he res¦ cí ¦he ccr¦ac¦ irícrna¦icr ir¦c ¦he
re¦eVar¦ íie¦cs.
8. ¯crc¦¦ ¦c ¦he Lc¦¦cn cí ¦he screer. arc ¦her ¦ar Save.
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Synchronizing contacts from other sources
(co car coicl¦V arc sean¦ess¦V sVrc Vcor rhcre
vi¦h Vcor ccr¦ac¦s ir Vcor Ccc¬¦e /cccor¦. ¦icrcscí¦
Cííice Co¦¦ccl. Co¦¦ccl Lxrress. Lxchar¬e /c¦iVe¯Vrc
acccor¦. arc eVer ¦aceLccl. ¯ale a ¦ccl a¦ ¦he ccnr¦e¦e
oser ¬oice cr cor veLsi¦e. vvv.h¦c.ccn/sorrcr¦. ¦c see
hcv i¦’s ccre.
6. Make your first call
¹. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. ¦ar Phone a¦ ¦he Lc¦¦cn cí ¦he
screer.
2. Lia¦ ¦he ronLer cr ccr¦ac¦ Vco var¦ ¦c ca¦¦. arc ¦her
¦ar Call.
/s Vco ¦ar ¦he leVs cr ¦he rhcre cia¦er. ¦he screer
vi¦¦ cisr¦aV na¦ches ícorc cr Vcor rhcre arc ca¦¦ ¦c¬
Lasec cr ¦he leVs Vco haVe ¦arrec.
o. ¯c har¬ or. ¦ar End call.
7. 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
¯he ¬cne screer is hi¬h¦V cos¦cnizaL¦e arc ex¦ercs
LeVcrc ¦he screer vic¦h. ¬iVir¬ Vco ¦c¦s cí rccn ¦c acc
¦he irícrna¦icr ¦ha¦ na¦¦ers ncs¦ ¦c Vco arc ¦cc¦s cr
arr¦ica¦icrs ¦ha¦ nale Vcor ¦iíe easier. ¯here are or ¦c
seVer screers ¦ha¦ ex¦erc ¦c ¦he ¦eí¦ arc ri¬h¦ sices cí
Vcor rhcre cisr¦aV.
Coicl s¦ar¦ ¬oice ¹¹
¯¦ice Vcor íir¬er ¦eí¦ cr
ri¬h¦ ¦c ¬c ¦c ¦he c¦her
rar¦s cí ¦he ex¦ercec
¬cne screer.

¦irch ¦he screer ¦c shcv
a srarshc¦ cí ¦he ¬cne
screer arc ex¦ercec
¬cne screer. arc ¦her
¦ar a screer ¦honLrai¦ ¦c
cirec¦¦V ¦c ¬c ¦ha¦ screer.
(co car rress ¦he ¬C¦L Lo¦¦cr arV¦ine. vha¦eVer Vco’re
ccir¬ cr Vcor rhcre. arc ¬c s¦rai¬h¦ ¦c ¦he ¬cne screer.
Widgets
Vic¬e¦s ro¦ a¦a¬¦arce inrcr¦ar¦ irícrna¦icr arc
necia ccr¦er¦ or írcr¦ cr Vcor ¬cne screer. / vice
se¦ec¦icr cí vic¬e¦s is aVai¦aL¦e cr Vcor rhcre. cr ií
¦ha¦’s rc¦ erco¬h. Vco car ccvr¦cac ncre vic¬e¦s írcn
¦he VeL ¦c acc ¦c ¦he ¬cne screer.
¯c acc vic¬e¦s ¦c ¦he ¬cne screer. ¦ar . arc ¦her
se¦ec¦ Widget.
Scenes
Car’¦ cecice hcv ¦c se¦ or Vcor ¬cne screer? Checl
co¦ Scenes ¦ha¦ ve’Ve irc¦ocec ir ¦he rhcre. ¯ceres are
rrese¦ ¬cne screer ¦aVco¦s ¦ha¦ Vco car coicl¦V arr¦V.
Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. rress ¦L¦L. arc ¦her ¦ar Scenes
¦c checl co¦ ¦he rrese¦s.
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/í¦er se¦ec¦ir¬ a rrese¦. Vco car cos¦cnize i¦ arc saVe i¦
as a rev scere.
¹. Cos¦cnize ¦he ¬cne screer LV char¬ir¬ ¦he
va¦¦rarer. (co car a¦sc acc vic¬e¦s. shcr¦co¦s. arc
ncre.
2. /í¦er Vco’re ccre cos¦cnizir¬. rress ¦L¦L. arc ¦her
¦ar Scenes.
o. ¯e¦ec¦ Current (unsaved). arc ¦her ¦ar Save.
-. Lr¦er ¦he Scene name. arc ¦her ¦ar Done.
(co car rerane cr ce¦e¦e a cos¦cn scere. ¦rcn ¦he ¬cne
screer. rress ¦L¦L arc ¦ar Settings > Personalize >
Scenes. Lrcer My scenes. rress arc hc¦c a scere arc nale
¦he char¬e Vco var¦.
People
Lrir¬ ¦he recr¦e vhc na¦¦er ¦he ncs¦ c¦cser. (cor
rhcre cr¬arizes a¦¦ ¦ex¦ exchar¬es. enai¦ ccrVersa¦icrs.
¦aceLccl s¦a¦os. cr¦ire rhc¦c a¦Lons arc rhcre ¦c¬s cí
a ccr¦ac¦ a¦¦ ir cre r¦ace.
¯ar ¦he rane cí a ccr¦ac¦ arc Vco car see a¦¦ Vcor
recer¦ ccnnorica¦icrs vi¦h ¦ha¦ rerscr a¦ a ¬¦arce.
Friend Stream
¯¦rean¦ire Vcor sccia¦ re¦vcrl acccor¦s ¦hrco¬h ¦rierc
¯¦rean. Vi¦h ¦rierc ¯¦rean. Vco car rcs¦ vha¦’s cr Vcor
nirc sino¦¦arecos¦V acrcss Vcor sccia¦ re¦vcrl. Viev
s¦a¦os orca¦es arc ¦vee¦s. arc ¦ccl ¦hrco¬h rhc¦cs
írcn Vcor sccia¦ re¦vcrl acccor¦s.
Coicl s¦ar¦ ¬oice ¹o
News
¯oLscriLe ¦c revs íeecs ¦c
leer or vi¦h ¦he ¦a¦es¦ Lozz
cr ¦he ¦r¦erre¦. ¦evs ncri¦crs
¦¯¯ íeecs írcn Vcor íaVcri¦e
revs si¦es. L¦c¬s arc ncre. arc
ccvr¦cacs ¦he ncs¦ correr¦
orca¦es.
Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
¦cv Vco car ose a ccc¦ rhcre vhi¦e leerir¬ Vcor
vcrl enai¦ arc c¦her irícrna¦icr saíe. (cor rhcre has
erharcec sorrcr¦ ícr Lxchar¬e secori¦V íea¦ores soch
as rassvcrc rrc¦ec¦icr arc ¦enc¦e Vire.
(co car a¦sc se¦ Vcor Co¦ cí Cííice s¦a¦os ri¬h¦ írcn
Vcor rhcre. /rc Vco car easi¦V access Vcor ccnrarV’s
C¦cLa¦ /ccress Lccl ¦c ccr¦ac¦ scnecre vhcse ce¦ai¦s
arer’¦ cr Vcor rhcre.
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8. 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.
¦í Vco ccr’¦ ¬e¦ a ccrrec¦icr ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V. ¦here are ¦vc
¦hir¬s ¦c ¦rV.
Check that the data connection is turned on.
¦¦ naV ios¦ Le ¦ha¦ Vcor ca¦a ccrrec¦icr isr’¦ ¦orrec
cr. ¯c checl vhe¦her i¦ is cr.
¹. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. rress ¦L¦L. arc ¦her ¦ar
Settings.
2. ¯ar Wireless & networks. arc se¦ec¦ ¦he Mobile
network checl Lcx ¦c ¦orr Vcor ccrrec¦icr cr.
Check that the right mobile network is selected.
¹. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. rress ¦L¦L. arc ¦her ¦ar
Settings.
2. ¯ar Wireless & networks > Mobile network settings
> Network operators cr Access Point Names.
Using Wi-Fi
¹. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. rress ¦L¦L. arc ¦her ¦ar
Settings > Wireless & networks.
2. ¯e¦ec¦ ¦he Wi-Fi checl Lcx ¦c ¦orr Vi¦i cr. ¯he
rhcre vi¦¦ scar ícr aVai¦aL¦e vire¦ess re¦vcrls.
o. ¯ar Wi-Fi settings. (co’¦¦ see ¦he re¦vcrl ranes arc
secori¦V se¦¦ir¬s cí arV ce¦ec¦ec Vi¦i re¦vcrls.


Coicl s¦ar¦ ¬oice ¹o
-. ¯ar a Vi¦i re¦vcrl ¦c ccrrec¦ ¦c. ¦í Vco se¦ec¦ ar
crer re¦vcrl. Vco’¦¦ Le ao¦cna¦ica¦¦V ccrrec¦ec. ¦í
Vco se¦ec¦ a secorec re¦vcrl. er¦er ¦he leV. arc ¦her
¦ar Connect.
Browsing the Web
(cor rhcre’s Lrcvser nales veL Lrcvsir¬ easV arc íor.
¹. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. ¦ar > Browser.
2. Cr ¦he Lrcvser screer. rress ¦L¦L. arc ¦her ¦ar ¦he
L¦L íie¦c cr ¦cr cí ¦he screer.
o. Lr¦er ¦he veL accress. /s Vco er¦er ¦he accress.
na¦chir¬ veL accresses vi¦¦ arrear cr ¦he screer.
¯ar ar accress ¦c ¬c cirec¦¦V ¦c ¦ha¦ veLra¬e. cr
ccr¦iroe er¦erir¬ ¦he veL accress cí Vcor chcice. arc
¦her ¦ar ¦he Lr¦er leV .
-. Cr ¦he veLra¬e. ose íir¬er ¬es¦ores ¦c Lrcvse ¦he
veLra¬e cr ¦c zccn ir cr co¦.
¯rreac Vcor ¦honL arc ircex íir¬er acrcss a
veLra¬e ¦c zccn ir.
¦irch Vcor ¦honL arc ircex íir¬er cr a veLra¬e
¦c zccn co¦.
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9. Get your messages across
/ccess Vcor enai¦ acccor¦s ri¬h¦ írcn Vcor rhcre.
Adding a POP3/IMAP email account
¹. Cr ¦he ¬cne screer. ¦ar > Mail.
2. Cr ¦he Chccse a nai¦ rrcVicer screer. ¦ar Other
(POP3/IMAP).
¦í ¦he acccor¦ ¦Vre Vco var¦ ¦c se¦ or isr’¦ a¦reacV ir
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Quick start guide

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.

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In this guide. Make your first call 7. Get started 5. Sync your phone with your computer 13.htc. What’s in the box 2. Contents 1. Factory resetting 15. Get to know your phone 3. Connect to the Internet 9. Stay in touch with friends 11. Get files into your phone 12. Troubleshooting tips 4 4 5 7 9 10 10 14 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 . 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. Add your contacts 6. Get your messages across 10.Quick start guide  This quick start guide will help you get started with your phone. check out the HTC support website at www. HTC Sense 8.com/support. Before you turn on your phone 4. Back it up 14.

5mm stereo headset • Power adapter • microSD™ card (pre-installed) • This quick start guide • Safety and regulatory guide 2. What’s in the box Here’s what you should find inside the box: • Phone • Battery • USB cable • . Quick start guide 1.5 mm headset jack Notification LED Volume Control Touch Screen Optical trackball MENU BACK HOME SEARCH USB connector . Get to know your phone POWER Earpiece .

Insert the contacts side of the battery first and then gently push the battery into place. Insert the SIM card with its gold contacts facing down and its cut-off corner facing out. Before you turn on your phone 1 Remove the back cover Lift the top of the back cover. 2 Insert the SIM card 1. . There’s a narrow opening (near the POWER button) where you can use your finger to remove the back cover.Quick start guide 5 3. Push the SIM card all the way in. Align the battery’s exposed copper contacts with the battery connectors inside the battery compartment. . . 3 Insert the battery 1.

Press the POWER button to turn on your phone. Press the sides and the top part of the back cover down to lock the cover into place. 5 Charge the battery 1. . . You will hear a click when the back cover is locked in place. Quick start guide 4 Replace the back cover 1. you are now ready to turn your phone on for the first time. Secure and press the bottom part of the back cover first by aligning into the two openings located at the bottom part of the back of the phone. and charging the battery. It will take about three hours for the battery to be fully charged. After installing the SIM card and battery. Plug the power adapter into the USB connector at the bottom of your phone. Plug in the power adapter to an electrical outlet to start charging the battery. .

Quick start guide  Read on and start exploring what you can do with your phone. and then tap Next to set up your Wi-Fi connection at a later time. . weather and some other data. you will be asked if you want to connect to a Wi-Fi network. 1. Tap Next and then tap the wireless network that you want to connect to. You can follow the onscreen instructions to complete the setup. 5. Your phone first sets up GPRS/G. Some phone features such as Weather and Footprints require Google’s location service to automatically determine your current location. Select if you want to automatically or manually synchronize data such as your email. select how you want to connect to the Internet. or skip the setup and do it at another time. Your phone walks you through a tutorial on how to use the onscreen keyboard. 4. Get started When you turn on your phone for the first time. and then tap Next. . . or clear the Connect to Wi-Fi network checkbox. . and then tap Next. Tap Skip to not go through the tutorial. you can choose whether to allow . If there are Wi-Fi networks in range. On the Internet connection screen. On the Location consent screen. . contacts. your phone displays tutorials and guides you to set up your email accounts and favorite social networks. Choose the phone language you want to use. and WAP connections automatically based on your SIM card. MMS. Follow through the tutorial to learn how to use the onscreen keyboard. and then tap Next.

. Clear or select the checkbox. You can enable or disable this service later in your phone’s location settings. that you want to access from your phone. On the Set up accounts screen. Quick start guide Google’s location service to collect information about your location.Some data and settings are automatically backed up to the storage card. When you are done setting up your accounts. 9. and then tap OK. 10. 11. tap Next on the Set up social networks screen. and then tap Next. such as Facebook® and Twitter™. Clear the check box if you do not want to automatically back up data and settings to the storage card. Tap Skip to set up social network accounts at a later time. choose the type of account you want to set up and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the setup. . When you are done setting up your accounts. Tap Finish. tap Next. choose the type of social network account. On the Set up social networks screen. Tap Skip to set up accounts at a later time. Follow the onscreen instructions to log in to your social network account. This service may incur additional data transfer fees from your provider. The final screen shows you where you can learn more about using your phone.

you’ll need to tap the type of contact to categorize the imported contacts. tap the Display name box. Add your contacts There are several ways you can add contacts to your phone. On the Home screen. and then choose how you want the contact name to be displayed in your contacts list. Tap the Name field. If you’re using a Google and/or Exchange ActiveSync account on your phone.Quick start guide 9 5. On the Select contacts to import screen. press MENU. tap > People. and then tap Import all. . . . . Choose the Contact account under which to create your contact. . and then tap Save. On the All tab. Then tap Import/Export > Import from SIM card. . Enter the rest of the contact information into the relevant fields. tap Add contact. . . Importing all contacts from your SIM card 1. Tap to hide the onscreen keyboard. enter the first and last name of the contact. On the Home screen. Adding a new contact 1. On the All tab. . press MENU. and then tap OK. Scroll to the bottom of the screen. tap > People. 5. Tap OK.

Dial the number or contact you want to call. As you tap the keys on the phone dialer. the screen will display matches found on your phone and call log based on the keys you have tapped. Microsoft Office Outlook. 7. an intuitive. to see how it’s done. and even Facebook. seamless experience built upon three fundamental principles — make it mine. To hang up. There are up to seven screens that extend to the left and right sides of your phone display. 6. . Outlook Express. giving you lots of room to add the information that matters most to you and tools or applications that make your life easier. Exchange ActiveSync account. stay close.htc. tap Phone at the bottom of the screen.com/support. . and then tap Call. Make your first call 1.10 Quick start guide Synchronizing contacts from other sources You can quickly and seamlessly sync your phone with your contacts in your Google Account. . On the Home screen. Personalized Home screen The Home screen is highly customizable and extends beyond the screen width. tap End call. HTC Sense Discover HTC Sense™ on your phone. www. and discover the unexpected. Take a look at the complete user guide on our website.

or if that’s not enough. whatever you’re doing on your phone. you can download more widgets from the Web to add to the Home screen. and then tap a screen thumbnail to directly to go that screen. press MENU. and go straight to the Home screen. and then tap Scenes to check out the presets. Widgets Widgets put at-a-glance important information and media content up front on your Home screen. Scenes Can’t decide how to set up your Home screen? Check out Scenes that we’ve included in the phone. On the Home screen. and then . You can press the HOME button anytime. To add widgets to the Home screen.Quick start guide 11 Slide your finger left or right to go to the other parts of the extended Home screen. tap select Widget. . OR Pinch the screen to show a snapshot of the Home screen and extended Home screen. Scenes are preset Home screen layouts that you can quickly apply. A wide selection of widgets is available on your phone.

view status updates and tweets. . and then tap Scenes. press MENU and tap Settings > Personalize > Scenes. and more. People Bring the people who matter the most closer. and then tap Done. and then tap Save. You can also add widgets. Tap the name of a contact and you can see all your recent communications with that person at a glance. online photo albums and phone logs of a contact all in one place. Select Current (unsaved). press and hold a scene and make the change you want. you can customize it and save it as a new scene. and look through photos from your social network accounts. Under My scenes. Customize the Home screen by changing the wallpaper. From the Home screen.1 Quick start guide After selecting a preset. press MENU. With Friend Stream. After you’re done customizing. 1. email conversations. shortcuts. You can rename or delete a custom scene. Enter the Scene name. Your phone organizes all text exchanges. Facebook status. Friend Stream Streamline your social network accounts through Friend Stream. . you can post what’s on your mind simultaneously across your social network. . .

blogs and more. and downloads the most current updates. News monitors RSS feeds from your favorite news sites. Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync Now you can use a cool phone while keeping your work email and other information safe.Quick start guide 1 News Subscribe to news feeds to keep up with the latest buzz on the Internet. Your phone has enhanced support for Exchange security features such as password protection and Remote Wipe. And you can easily access your company’s Global Address Book to contact someone whose details aren’t on your phone. . You can also set your Out of Office status right from your phone.

1 Quick start guide 8. and then tap Settings > Wireless & networks. . Connect to the Internet Your phone puts the whole Internet in your pocket. and then tap Settings. Using Wi-Fi 1. . Select the Wi-Fi check box to turn Wi-Fi on. press MENU. It may just be that your data connection isn’t turned on. Tap Wireless & networks > Mobile network settings > Network operators or Access Point Names. there are two things to try. On the Home screen.  Check that the data connection is turned on. it should connect automatically to your mobile operator’s data service. and then tap Settings. Tap Wi-Fi settings. When you turn your phone on for the first time (with the SIM card inserted). 1. . press MENU. Using a data connection It’s simple. . press MENU. and select the Mobile network check box to turn your connection on. You can get online using a data connection or Wi-Fi. If you don’t get a connection automatically.  Check that the right mobile network is selected. To check whether it is on: 1. The phone will scan for available wireless networks. On the Home screen. Tap Wireless & networks. You’ll see the network names and security settings of any detected Wi-Fi networks. . On the Home screen.

matching web addresses will appear on the screen. use finger gestures to browse the webpage or to zoom in or out. . enter the key.Quick start guide 15 . 1. Browsing the Web Your phone’s Browser makes web browsing easy and fun. Spread your thumb and index finger across a webpage to zoom in. . and then tap the URL field on top of the screen. On the Browser screen. On the webpage. Tap a Wi-Fi network to connect to. If you select a secured network. or continue entering the web address of your choice. Pinch your thumb and index finger on a webpage to zoom out. you’ll be automatically connected. press MENU. . and then tap Connect. As you enter the address. . If you select an open network. and then tap the Enter key . Enter the web address. tap > Browser. On the Home screen. Tap an address to go directly to that webpage.

Tap Send. See the Email chapter of the user guide on our website to see how. On the email account Inbox. 5. .1 Quick start guide 9. If the account type you want to set up isn’t already in your phone’s database. On the Home screen. Have your incoming/outgoing server information ready. to save time. Sending an email message 1. and then enter your message. tap OK. Your email provider can tell you this information if you don’t already know it. tap > Mail. You can also set up an Exchange ActiveSync account. On the Choose a mail provider screen. tap Other (POP3/IMAP). press MENU and then tap Compose. You can:  Enter email addresses directly in the To field. you’ll be asked to enter a few more details. When you have selected all the message recipients. . . If you’re sending the email to several recipients. and then tap Next. . Fill in one or more recipients. and then select the contacts to whom you want to send the message. separate the email addresses with a comma. .  Tap the icon. Enter the Email address and Password for the email account. and then tap Finish setup. . Get your messages across Access your email accounts right from your phone. tap > Mail. . Enter the subject. Adding a POP3/IMAP email account 1. On the Home screen. Enter the Account name and Your name.

You can update your status on Facebook. See the Social chapter of the user guide on our website to learn more about Friend Stream.Quick start guide 1 10. and Peep (the Twitter client on your phone). look at photos in your online albums. It’s all built in and really easy to use. Stay in touch with friends Your phone has everything you need to stay in contact with your friends online. . and follow your tweets on Twitter. Facebook. People and Friend Stream give you direct access to all the leading social networks.

1. . PowerPoint. and then tap Done. When prompted. you can view Word. Go to this removable disk and open it. unmount your phone as required by your computer’s operating system to safely remove your phone. .1 Quick start guide 11. After copying the files. the connected phone is recognized as a removable disk. You can also listen to music and look at your prized gallery of photos and videos. On your computer. Open the Notifications panel on your phone. . Get files into your phone Bring your files with you wherever you go. . You’ll need to plug in your microSD card before you can copy files into your phone. 5. Excel. Copy the files to the storage card. select Disk drive. With your phone. Connect the phone to your computer using the supplied USB cable. and PDF files. tap Turn Off. . Disconnect the phone from the computer. . When the Connect to PC dialog box appears. and then tap Turn off USB storage.

If your phone displays a message indicating that it’s unable to find HTC Sync. . On the Connect to PC screen in your phone. 5. . 1. tap HTC Sync and then tap Done. Your phone then attempts to find HTC Sync on your computer which may take a few seconds. . double-click HTCSync. Connect your phone to your computer using the USB cable that came with your phone. . Copy HTCSync. try disconnecting and reconnecting the USB cable. On your computer. Make sure the microSD card is inserted on your phone. set up HTC Sync to recognize and sync with your phone. Your computer will treat your phone as a removable disk (just like any USB drive). and then repeat step . Sync your phone with your computer You can use HTC Sync to sync Outlook contacts and calendar or Outlook Express contacts between your computer and your phone. Press HOME > MENU and tap Notifications.exe and follow the onscreen instructions to install HTC Sync. . 1.Quick start guide 19 12. Tap Disk drive and then tap Done. Installing HTC Sync that came with the microSD card Use the HTC Sync installer that’s in the supplied microSD card to install. You can now unplug your phone from the computer. Open this removable disk so you can see what’s inside the microSD card. . Setting up HTC Sync After installing.exe to your computer. . Then tap Turn off USB storage and tap Turn off. You’ll see the Connect to PC screen on your phone. Connect your phone to your computer.

. choose whether to sync Outlook or Outlook Express. your computer will display the Phone Connection Wizard. Make sure the USB debugging check box is selected. If it’s green in color. Whenever you connect your phone to your computer. and then click Finish. . select the type of information to sync (contacts and/or calendar). .com/support) from time to time to check for the most recent HTC Sync upgrade so you can download and install it on your computer. When your phone finds HTC Sync. . Double-click the green HTC Sync icon. and then tap Settings > Applications > Development. After installing the latest upgrade. In the Synchronization Settings Wizard. Check the HTC Sync icon on the computer. synchronization starts automatically. Click Next. Press HOME > MENU. .htc. . Downloading the latest HTC Sync upgrade Visit the HTC support website (www. that means your phone is connected with your computer and HTC Sync recognizes the phone. 9. In the next few dialog boxes. Enter a name for your phone. follow the steps again in “Setting up HTC Sync” to set up HTC Sync to recognize and sync with your phone. Then click Synchronize Now (or Sync Manager > Settings). and choose to sync them automatically with your phone. Click Finish. click Next. Synchronizing your phone and computer automatically Do the following first to make sure your phone will sync automatically with your computer: 1. 5.0 Quick start guide .

Press HOME > MENU. Back it up Losing your data is one of the most frustrating things that can happen to you. and then tap Privacy > Back up my data. You’ll need to plug in your microSD card to back up your data. With the phone’s automatic backup feature. Make sure that the Back up my data check box is selected. and then tap Settings. . Scroll down the screen. The phone will back up the following:  Text and MMS messages  Keyboard’s dictionary  Browser bookmarks  Settings See the Backup chapter of the user guide on our website to see a complete list of types of information your phone can back up to the microSD card and how to restore them back to your phone. Checking if automatic backup is enabled 1.Quick start guide 1 13. that is why we made sure that this never happens with your phone. you can be confident that you won’t lose your data. . .

and then tap Erase everything. Factory resetting your phone will delete all your data. and then release the VOLUME DOWN button. On the Factory data reset screen. and then tap Settings > Privacy > Factory data reset. Resetting the phone using phone buttons 1. Quick start guide 14. Press VOLUME DOWN to select CLEAR STORAGE. and then press POWER. Wait for the screen with the  Android images to appear. Be sure to back up any data that you want to keep before you factory reset your phone. When asked to confirm. With the phone turned off. including any applications you’ve downloaded and installed. you can factory reset your phone. and then briefly press the POWER button. . . On the Home screen. . Factory resetting your phone does not delete the contents in your microSD card. press MENU. It’s not a step to be taken lightly. .Factory resetting Need to start over? If you’re passing your phone on to someone else or just want a fresh start. It returns the phone to the state it was in before the first time you turned it on. tap Reset phone. press VOLUME UP. Resetting the phone through settings 1. press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button. .

go to the Home screen. .  Check whether there is enough free space on the phone to run the application. and then tap Settings > Applications > Manage applications.  Clear your data and cache of applications. remove the battery. press MENU.htc.com/support. and then tap Settings > Privacy > Factory data reset. press HOME > MENU. here are some things you can do to set things right again. To uninstall third-party applications.  Uninstall any third-party applications. and then tap Settings > Applications > Manage applications. To factory reset. then reinsert the battery and turn the phone on. press MENU.  Check for additional updates and useful tips on our website: www. go to the Home screen.Quick start guide  15. Or back up your important data and factory reset the phone. To check free space. press MENU. To clear the data and cache. wait for three seconds. go to the Home screen. and then tap Settings > SD card & phone storage.  If your phone becomes unresponsive. Troubleshooting tips If you ever have any problems using your phone.

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