2 Table of Content Getting Started...25 Taking a Glance at Your Light Over view Key Definition Starting Up Install the SIM/USIM Card/ microsd Card/ Battery Remove the SIM/USIM Card/ microsd Card/ Battery Charge the Battery Power on/off Your Light Knowing Your Device...31 Getting to Know the Home Screen Wake up the Light Return to the Home Screen Using the Touchscreen Monitoring the Light Status Status Icons Notification Icons Managing Notifications
3 Open the Notifications Panel Respond to a Notification Clear All Notifications Close the Notifications Panel Using the On-screen Keyboard Enter Text by Typing Enter Numbers, Symbols, and Other Characters Change the Keyboard Orientation Editing Text Edit Text Select Text Cut or Copy Text Paste Text Opening and Switching Applications Open and Close the Launcher Open an Application Switch to a Recently Used Application Locking Your Screen Customizing the Home Screen Add an Item to the Home Screen Move an Item on the Home Screen
4 Remove an Item from the Home Screen Change the Home Screen Wallpaper Rename a Folder Connecting to Networks and Devices...48 Connecting to Mobile Networks Determine What Network You re Using Disable Data When Roaming Use Only 2G Networks Edit or Create a New Access Point Connecting to Wi-Fi Networks Turn Wi-Fi on and connect to a Wi-Fi Network Receive Notifications When Open Networks are Available Add a Wi-Fi Network Forget a Wi-Fi Network Connecting to Bluetooth Devices Turn Bluetooth on or off Change the Bluetooth Name Pair Your Light with a Bluetooth Device Connect to a Bluetooth Device Disconnect from a Bluetooth Device Unpair a Bluetooth Device
5 Connecting to Computer via USB Connect Your Light to a Computer via USB Disconnect Your Light from the Computer Safely Remove an SD Card from Your Light Erase Your Light s USB Storage or SD Card Sharing Light s Mobile Data Connection Share Light s Data Connection via USB Share Your Light s Data Connection as a Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot Rename or Secure Your Portable Hotspot Connecting to Virtual Private Networks Add a VPN Connect to a VPN Edit a VPN Delete a VPN Placing and Receiving Calls...62 Placing and Ending Calls Place a Call by Dialing End a Call Disable Phone Calls (Airplane Mode) Answering or Rejecting Calls Answer a Call
6 Reject a Call Working with the Call Log Open the Call Log Dial a Number in the Call Log Add an Entry s Number to Your Contacts Take Other Actions on a Call Log Entry Delete the Call Log Calling Your Contacts Call a Contact Call a Favorite Contact Listening to Your Voic Using Options during a Call Place a Call on Hold Mute the Microphone during a Call Switch between a Bluetooth Headset and the Light Managing Multiple Calls Switch between Current Calls Set up a Conference Call End Conference Call and Disconnect All Callers Contacts...69 Opening Your Contacts
7 Open Your Contacts Open a List of Your Favorite Contacts View Details about a Contact Adding a New Contact Importing, Exporting, and Sharing Contacts Import Contacts from Your SIM Card Import Contacts from Your SD Card or USB Storage Export Contacts to Your SD Card Share a Contact Adding a Contact to Your Favorites Add a Contact to Your Favorites Remove a Contact from Your Favorites List Searching for a Contact Editing Contact Details Edit Contact Details Set a Ringtone for a Contact Delete a Contact Accounts...76 Adding and Removing Accounts Add an Account Remove an Account
8 Configuring Account Sync Configure General Sync Settings Sync Information Manually Change an Account s Sync Settings Gmail...80 Opening Gmail and Your Inbox Open Gmail Open Your Inbox Switch Accounts Go to Labels Work with Attachments Copy text from a Message Composing and Sending a Message Compose and Send a Message Send a Copy or Blind Copy of a Message Attach a Photo to a Message Replying to or Forwarding a Message Searching for Messages Adding Signature to Your Gmail Messages Changing Gmail Settings General Settings
9 Notification Settings Calendar...87 Viewing Your Calendar and Events Open Calendar Change Your Calendar View Viewing Event Details Creating an Event Editing an Event Deleting an Event Changing Calendar Settings Google Talk...92 Signing in and Open Your Friends List Open Google Talk and Sign in Return to Your Friends List Sign out of Google Talk Chatting with Friends Chat with a Friend Accept an Invitation to Chat Switch between Active Chats Invite a Friend to Join a Group Chat
10 End the Chat Changing and monitoring Online Status Change Your Online Status Change Your Status Message Change Your Picture Managing Your Friends List Add a Friend to Your Friends List View and Accept an Invitation to Become a Friend Block a Friend Changing Google Talk Settings Configure Notifications for New Google Talk Messages Configure Notifications for New Friend Invitations Set Whether You Sign Into Google Talk Automatically Opening and the Account Screen Open Open the Accounts Screen Reading Your Messages Responding to a Message Reply to or Forward a Message Mark a Message as Unread
11 Delete a Message Working with Message in Batches Composing and Sending Viewing an Account Folders Adding Signature to Your Message Adding and Editing Account Add an Account Edit an Account Delete an Account Changing Account Settings Account Settings Incoming Server Settings Outgoing Server Settings Changing System Settings Messaging Opening Messaging Open Message Delete a Message Thread From the Messaging Window Send a Text Message Create and Send a Multimedia Message Respond to Messages You Receive
12 Forward a Message Lock a Message View Details about a Message Changing Message Settings Storage Settings Text Message (SMS) Settings Multimedia Message (MMS) Settings Notification Settings Signature settings Browser Opening Browser Open Browser Open a Webpage or Search the Web Refresh Current Page Stop Opening a Page Get More Information about the Current Page Set Your Home Page Operating a Webpage Scroll a Webpage Zoom in/out on a Webpage Find Text on a Webpage
13 Navigating Among Web Pages Open a Link Go Back and Forward Among the Opened Pages View Your Browser History View the Most Frequently Visited Pages Follow Shortcuts for Links, Phone Numbers, and Addresses Working with Multiple Browser Windows Open a New Browser Window Switch Browser Window Close a Browser Window Downloading Files Allow Installing Applications from the Web or Download a File Cancel Download View the Files You ve Downloaded Working with Bookmarks Bookmark a Webpage Open a Bookmark Edit a Bookmark Share a Bookmark Delete a Bookmark
14 Changing Browser Settings Page content Settings Privacy Settings Security Settings Advanced Settings Maps, Navigation, Places, and Latitude Opening Maps Open Maps Move the Map Zoom on the Map Viewing My Location and Location Services Enable Location Service View Your Location Searching Places Search View Search Results Clear Your Search History Getting Directions Finding Your Friends with Google Latitude Join Latitude Open Latitude
15 Invite Friends to Share Their Locations Respond to an Invitation View Your Friends Locations Camera Opening Camera and Taking Pictures or Videos Open Camera Take a Picture Shoot a Video Changing Camera Settings Change Camera Settings Camera Mode Settings Video Mode Settings Gallery Opening Gallery and Viewing Your Albums Working with Albums Open an Album and View its Contents Work with Batches of Pictures & Videos Share an Album Get Details about an Album Delete an Album
16 Working with Pictures View and Browse Pictures Watch a Slideshow of Your Pictures Rotate a Picture Use a Picture as a Contact Icon or as Home Screen Wallpaper Share a Picture Delete a Picture Working with Videos Play videos Share a video Delete a video Music Copying Music Files to Your Light Opening Music and Working with Your Library Open Music and View Your Music Library Delete a Song from the SD Card Playing Music Play Music Use a song as a ringtone Working with Playlists Create a playlist
17 Add a Song to a Playlist Rearrange songs in a playlist Remove a song from a playlist Rename or delete a playlist FM Radio Opening FM Radio Listening to FM Radio News & Weather Checking the News and Weather Open News & Weather Get Details about the News and Weather Changing News & Weather Settings Weather Settings News Settings Refresh Settings Alarm Setting Alarms Changing Clock Alarm Settings Calculator Using the Calculator
18 Market Opening Android Market and Finding Applications Open Android Market Get Help with Android Market Browse for Applications Open a Screen with Details About an Application Search for Applications Return to the Android Market Home Screen Downloading and Installing Applications Download and Install an Application Create a Google Checkout Account Managing Your Downloads View Your Downloaded Applications Uninstall an Application Settings Wireless & Networks Airplane mode Wi-Fi settings Bluetooth settings Tethering & Portable Hotspot
19 VPN settings Mobile Networks Call Settings Fixed Dialing Numbers Voic service Voic settings Speed Dial Call Baring Settings Call broadcast settings Call forwarding Additional Settings Sound Settings Silent mode Silence Ringer when face down Switch Your Light to Vibration Mode Enable Dolby Mobile Volume Set Ringtone Set Default Notification Ringtone Enable Touch Tones Enable Screen Selection Tones
20 Enable Screen lock sounds Enable Haptic Feedback Display Settings Adjust the Screen Brightness Switch the Screen Orientation Automatically Show Animation When Opening/Closing Windows Adjust the Delay Before the Screen Turns off Location & Security Settings Application Settings Allow the Installation of Non-Market Applications View Applications Installed Running services Storage use Battery use Development Install an Application Remove an Application Accounts & Sync Settings General sync settings Accounts screen Privacy Settings
21 Back up My Data Automatic Restore Factory Data Reset Storage Settings SD Card Storage Unmount SD Card Erase SD Card Internal Storage Language & Keyboard Settings Select Language Using Android Keyboard XT9 Text Input Keyboard Settings Voice Input & Output Settings Voice Recognizer Settings Text to Speech Settings Accessibility Settings Date & time Settings Automatic Set Date Select Time Zone
22 Set Time Use 24-Hour Format Select Date Format About phone System updates Status Battery Use Legal information Version Information Light Specifications Legal & Safety Information Legal Notice Safety Information RF Exposure General Statement on RF Energy Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) Body-Worn Operation Limiting Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Fields Regulatory Information Distraction
23 Driving Operating Machinery Product Handling General Statement on Handling and Use Small Children Demagnetization Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Air Bags Seizures/ Blackouts Repetitive Motion Injuries Emergency Calls Loud Noise Light Heating Electrical Safety Accessories Connection to a Car Faulty and Damaged Products Interference General Statement on Interface Pacemakers Hearing Aids
24 Medical Devices Hospitals Aircraft Interference in Cars Explosive Environments Petrol Stations and Explosive Atmospheres Blasting Caps and Areas EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
25 Getting Started Taking a Glance at Your Light Over view Power Key Volume Keys Headset Jack Speaker Front Camera Light Sensor Back Camera Touch Screen Back Cover Back Key Indicator Home Key Menu Key Speaker Charger/ USB Jack 25
26 Key Definition Key Power Key Home Key Menu Key Back Key Volume Keys Function Hold to get the light options. You can select Silent mode, Airplane mode, or Power off your light. Press to switch your light to sleep mode. Press to wake up your light. Press to return to the Home Screen from any application or screen. Hold to see the recently- used applications. Press to get the options on the current screen. Press to go to the previous screen. Press Volume Up Key to turn the volume up. Press Volume Down Key to turn the volume down. Starting Up Install the SIM/USIM Card/ microsd Card/ Battery Power off your light before installing or replacing the battery, SIM card, and microsd card. 26
27 1. Remove the battery cover. Locate and open the thumb catch on the lower left hand corner (viewed from the back) 2. Hold your SIM card with the cut corner oriented as shown below and then insert it into the card holder properly. 27
28 3. Hold your microsd card with the cut corner oriented as shown in the following picture and then insert it into the card holder properly. Notes: microsd logo is a trade mark of SD Card Association. 4. Insert the battery by aligning the gold contacts on the battery with the gold contacts in the battery compartment on the light. Push down the battery until it clicks into place. 28
29 5. Replace the battery cover and press it gently until you hear a click. Remove the SIM/USIM Card/ microsd Card/ Battery 1. Make sure that your light is powered off. 2. Remove the battery cover. 3. Pull the battery up and remove it from the light. 4. Pull the SIM card out and remove it from the light. 5. Pull the microsd card out gently and remove it from the holder. Charge the Battery The new battery is not fully charged. To charge the battery, you need to: 1. Connect the adapter to the charger jack. 2. Connect the charger to a standard AC wall outlet. Notes: If the battery is low, there will be a pop-up message on the screen and the indicator light will be red. When you charge your light, the indicator light will change according to the battery level: 29
30 Indicator color Red Orange Green Battery level Less than 10% of the total battery level More than 10%, but less than 90% of the total battery level More than 90% of the total battery level If the light is powered on, the icon will appear on the status bar. When charging is completed, the battery indicator appears on the status bar. 3. Disconnect the charger when the battery is fully charged. Power on/off Your Light 1. Make sure that your SIM card is in your device and the battery is charged. 2. Hold the Power Key to power on your light. To power off your light, hold the Power Key to get the light options, select Power off, and then touch OK. 30
31 Knowing Your Device Getting to Know the Home Screen The Home screen is your starting point to access all the features on your light. It displays application icons, widgets, shortcuts, and other features. You can customize the Home screen with different wallpapers and display the items you want. At the top of the screen, the Status bar displays the time, information about the status of your light, and icons for notifications that you ve received. Touch the Launcher icon to view all installed applications. 31
32 Notifications Bars Displays the reminders and status icons of your device. Flick down to open the notifications panel. Shows you which part of the Home Screen you are looking at. Shortcuts & Widgets Tap to start related applications. Applications Tap to open the main menu. Wake up the Light If you don t use the light for a while, the screen dims and then darkens, to conserve the battery. 1. Press the Power key. If you ve locked your screen, you must draw an unlock pattern or enter a PIN or password to unlock it. 2. Drag the lock icon to the right. The last screen you were viewing opens. Return to the Home Screen Press the Home Key at any time, in any application to return to the Home screen. 32
33 Using the Touchscreen The main way to control Android features is by using your finger to manipulate icons, buttons, menu items, the onscreen keyboard, and other items on the touch screen. You can also change the screen s orientation. Touch Touch & Hold Drag Swipe or Slide To act on items on the screen, such as application and settings icons, to type letters and symbols using the onscreen keyboard, or to press onscreen buttons, you simply touch them with your finger. Touch & hold an item on the screen by touching it and not lifting your finger until an action occurs. For example, to open a menu for customizing the Home screen, you touch an empty area on the Home screen until the menu opens. Touch & hold an item for a moment and then, without lifting your finger, move your finger on the screen until you reach the target position. You can drag items on the Home screen to reposition them, and drag to open the Notifications panel. To swipe or slide, you quickly move your finger across the surface of the screen, without pausing when you first touch it (so you don t drag an item instead). For example, you slide the screen up or down to scroll a list, and in some Calendar views you swipe quickly across the screen to change the range of time visible. 33
34 Double Touch Pinch Rotate the Screen Touch quickly twice on a webpage, map, or other screen to zoom. For example, you can double-touch a section of a webpage in Browser to zoom that section to fit the width of the screen. Doubletouching after pinching to zoom in some applications, such as Browser, reflows a column of text to fit the width of the screen. In some applications (such as Maps, Browser, and Gallery), you can zoom in and out by placing two fingers on the screen at once and pinching them together (to zoom out) or spreading them apart (to zoom in). On most screens, the orientation of the screen rotates with the light as you turn it from upright to its side and back again. You can turn this feature on and off, as described in Display settings. Monitoring the Light Status The Status bar appears at the top of every screen. It displays icons indicating that you ve received notifications (on the left) and icons indicating the light s status (on the right), along with the current time. 34
35 Status Icons Connected to GPRS mobile network Mobile network signal strength GPRS in use No signal Connected to EDGE mobile network Roaming EDGE in use Light speaker is mute Connected to 3G mobile network Light microphone is mute 3G in use No SIM card installed Battery is very low GPS is on 35
36 Battery is low Receiving location data from GPS Battery is full Connected to a Wi-Fi network Battery is charging Alarm is set Vibrate mode Bluetooth is on Airplane mode Connected to a Bluetooth device Wired microphone headset Speaker is on 36
37 Notification Icons New Mail New Google Talk message New SMS/MMS Upcoming event New voic Song is playing Missed call Downloading data Call in progress Uploading data Call on hold Data is syncing Call forwarding is on USB is connected Problem with SMS/MMS delivery 37
38 Managing Notifications Notification icons report the arrival of new messages, calendar events, and alarms, as well as ongoing events, such as when call forwarding is on or the current call status. Open the Notifications Panel From the Notifications Panel, you can get the information of calendar events, new messages, and ongoing settings such as call forwarding or the current call status. You can open the message, reminder, event notification etc. from the Notification Panel. 1. Hold the notifications bar until appears on the top of the Screen. 2. Drag the downwards. Tips: You can also open the Notifications Panel from the Launcher Home Screen by pressing the Menu Key > Notifications. Respond to a Notification 1. Open the Notifications panel. Your current notifications are listed in the panel, each with a brief description. 2. Touch a notification to respond to it. The Notifications panel closes. What happens next depends on the notification. For example, new voic notifications dial your voic box, and network disconnect notifications open the list of configured networks so you can reconnect. 38
39 Clear All Notifications 1. Open the Notifications panel. 2. Touch Clear at the top right of the panel. All event-based notifications are cleared; ongoing notifications remain in the list. Close the Notifications Panel Drag the tab at the bottom of the Notifications panel to the top of the screen. Or just press the Back Key. The panel also closes when you touch a notification to respond to it. Using the On-screen Keyboard You enter text using the onscreen keyboard. Some applications open the keyboard automatically. In others, you touch a text field where you want to enter text to open the keyboard. Enter Text by Typing 1. Touch a text field. The onscreen keyboard opens. If you touch in a text field where there is already text entered, the insertion point is set where you touch and the insertion point tab appears. You can drag the insertion point by its tab to move the insertion point, to pick exactly where you want to add more text. You can also select a word or more at a time and copy, cut, and paste text. 39
40 2. Touch the keys on the keyboard to enter text. What you type appears in the text field and in the strip above the keyboard, in black text on a white background. When the keyboard has a suggestion for what you might be typing, the word you re typing is underlined in the text field and the suggestions appear in orange in the strip above the keyboard. The boldfaced suggestion at the left of the strip is the keyboard s best suggestion. You can drag the strip to the left to bring any additional suggestions into view. 40
41 3. Press space or a punctuation mark to enter the boldfaced suggested word. If you touch the space key, the suggestion strip offers a series of punctuation marks you can touch, to replace the space with. Or touch another suggested word to enter it. If you touch a word that is not in the system or user dictionary, it s entered and you re prompted to touch the word again if you want to add it to the user dictionary. You can view, edit, or delete the words that you add to the dictionary. 4. Use the Delete key to erase characters to the left of the cursor. 5. When you re finished typing, press the Back Key to close the keyboard. Enter Numbers, Symbols, and Other Characters 1. Enter a field that needs text or numbers. 2. Touch to open the symbol panel. 3. Select the numbers and symbols. Change the Keyboard Orientation Turn the light sideways or upright. The keyboard is redrawn to take best advantage of the new light orientation. Editing Text You can edit the text and enter in text fields and use menu commands to cut, copy, and paste text, within or across applications. Some applications don t support editing some or all of the text they display; others may offer their own way to select text you want to work with. 41
42 Edit Text 1. Touch the text you want to edit. The cursor is inserted where you are touching. 2. Type, cut, paste, or delete text. 3. When you finish typing, press the Back Key to close the keyboard. Select Text You select text that you want to cut, copy, delete, or replace. 1. Touch & hold the text or word you want to select. 2. Touch Select text or Select all in the menu that opens. The selected text is highlighted in orange. Drag to expand or reduce the range of selected text. 3. If you change your mind, you can unselect the text by touching unselected text in the same or in another text field, or press the Back Key. 4. Touch the selected text to open a menu you can use to cut or copy your selection Cut or Copy Text 1. Select the text to cut or copy. 2. Touch the selected text. The selection tabs must be showing to cut or copy selected text. If the selection tabs aren t showing, they reappear when you touch the text, so you can touch the text again to open the Edit Text menu. 3. Touch Cut or Copy in the Edit Text menu. If you touch Cut, the selected text is removed from the text field. In either case, the text is stored in a temporary area on the light, so that you can paste it into another text field. 42
43 Paste Text 1. Cut or copy the text to paste. 2. Place the cursor in the text field where you want to paste the text, or select text you want to replace by pasting. You can paste text that you copied from one application into a text field in any application. 3. Touch Paste in the menu that opens. The text is inserted at the cursor. The text that you pasted also remains in a temporary area on the light, so you can paste that same text in another location. Opening and Switching Applications The Launcher has icons for all of the applications on your light, including any applications that you downloaded and installed from Android Market or other sources. When you open an application, the other applications you ve been using don t stop; they keep on running: playing music, opening webpages, and so on. You can quickly switch among your applications, to work with several at once. The Android operating system and applications work together to ensure that applications you aren t using don t consume resources unnecessarily, stopping and starting them as needed. Open and Close the Launcher On the Home screen, touch the Launcher icon to open it. If you have more applications than can fit on the Launcher in one view, you can slide the Launcher up or down to view more. 43
44 You can add an application icon to the Home screen by touching & holding it on the Launcher until it vibrates and then dragging it to a location on the Home screen. Touch the Home icon on the Launcher or the Home Key to close the Launcher. Open an Application Touch an application's icon on the Launcher or the Home screen to open it. Switch to a Recently Used Application 1. Hold Home Key from any screen until the following recently used applications interface appears. 2. Touch an application you want to open. Locking Your Screen You can lock your screen so that only you can unlock it to make calls, access your data, 44
45 buy applications, and so on. You may also be required to lock your screen by a policy set by an or other account you add to your light. 1. On the Home screen, press the Menu Key and touch Settings > Location & security. 2. Touch Set up screen lock. If you already have a screen lock configured, touch Change screen lock to change how you lock your screen or to turn off screen locking. 3. Touch Pattern, PIN, or Password. If you touch Pattern, you re guided to create a pattern you must draw to unlock the screen. The first time you do this, a short tutorial about creating an unlock pattern appears. 45
46 Customizing the Home Screen You can add application icons, shortcuts, widgets, and other items to any part of any Home screen where there s free space. You can also change the wallpaper. Add an Item to the Home Screen 1. Open the Home screen where you want to add the item. 2. Press the Menu Key and touch Add. Or just touch & hold an empty location on the Home screen. 3. In the menu that opens, touch the type of item to add. You can add the following types of items to the Home screen. Shortcuts Add shortcuts to applications, a bookmarked webpage, a favorite contact, a destination in Maps, a Gmail label, a music playlist, and many other items. The shortcuts available depend on the applications you have installed. Widgets Add any of a variety of miniature applications (widgets) to your Home screen, including a clock, a music player, a picture frame, the Google search bar, a power manager, a calendar that shows upcoming appointments, and a News & Weather widget. You can also download widgets from Android Market. Folders Add a folder where you can organize Home screen items, or folders that contain all your contacts, contacts with light numbers, or starred contacts. Your folders contents are kept up to date automatically. Wallpapers Select wallpaper from Gallery, Live Wallpapers or Wallpapers, and set it as your favorite wallpaper. 46
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