1 know your phone MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. Motorola, Inc Certain mobile phone features are dependent on the capabilities and settings of your service provider s network. Additionally, certain features may not be activated by your service provider, and/or the provider s network settings may limit the feature s functionality. Always contact your service provider about feature availability and functionality. All features, functionality, and other product specifications, as well as the information contained in this tutorial, are based on the latest available information and believed to be accurate at the time of publication. Motorola reserves the right to change or modify any information or specifications without notice or obligation. Service dependent features may vary. Screen images may be simulated or enhanced to show detail. Note: Your phone may not appear exactly as the phone image above, however, all key locations, sequences, and functions remain the same.
2 use a memory card with your phone 1. Use a removable memory card with your phone to store more music and pictures right in your pocket! 2. Format a new memory card after you install it in your phone. Your phone will prompt you if the card needs to be formatted. To manually format the card, press s > Settings. 3. Then select Initial Setup > Format memory card. Formatting erases all files on the card! 4. To save pictures on the memory card, press s > Multimedia > Camera > Options > Switch Storage > Memory card. 5. To view pictures stored on the memory card, press s > Multimedia > Pictures > All Pictures > Options > Switch Storage > Memory card. 6. For more information on copying files to or from the memory card, see transfer music & other media to your phone.
3 transfer music & other media to your phone 1. Install a memory card in your phone, then connect your phone and PC using a Motorola USB cable. 2. Use the My Computer window to find the memory card (listed as Removable Device). Drag and drop music, pictures, and other files that you want to copy. When copying to the memory card, copy pictures to mobile/pictures (phone will only read pictures from this folder). Music files can be copied anywhere on the memory card. 3. When finished, use the Safely Remove Hardware feature on your PC to safely disconnect, then disconnect the USB cable.
4 play music on your phone 1. Press [ to open your music library. Your phone can play these types of music files: MP3, AAC, AMR, WAV, MIDI, and imelody. 2. Select All Songs, or choose a category to see your music organized by playlist, artist, album, or genre. 3. Scroll to a song and press s to play or pause. To control music: Ï next song; hold for fast forward Î previous song; hold for rewind Music Tips If you receive a call while playing music, the music pauses and you ll be prompted to answer or ignore the call. The music starts up again after the call ends. The phone display and keypad lights turn off while playing music to save battery power. To turn these back on, press any key or open/close the slider. More Tips To make sure you re seeing all your music, whether stored in phone memory or on the memory card, press All Songs > Options > Filter by > Storage Location > All. To hide the music player so you can use other phone features, press Options > Hide. To turn off the music player, press P.
5 create & manage playlists 1. Press [ to open your music library. 2. Select Playlists. To play a playlist, scroll to the playlist name and press Options > Play. 3. To create a playlist, select Create new playlist. 4. Select All Songs, or choose a category to see your songs organized by artist, album, or genre. Scroll to each song you want to add and press s. When done, press Ok. 5. Enter the playlist name and press Ok. Playlist Tips To add a song to a playlist while the song is playing, press Options > Add to playlist. To add a song from your music library to a playlist, scroll to the playlist name and press s > Options > Add songs. To remove songs from a playlist, scroll to the playlist name and press s. Scroll to the song and press Options > Manage > Remove. To rename or delete a playlist, scroll to the playlist name and press Options > Manage > Rename or Delete.
6 use the FM radio 1. Insert a stereo headset into the 3.5 mm headset jack. The FM radio works only when a headset is plugged in. 2. Press and hold [ to turn on the radio. To scan stations, press Options > Scan. To tune manually, press or. To listen to the radio through the phone speaker, press Options > Use Speaker. To mute/unmute the sound, press s. 3. To set radio stations, tune in to a station, then press and hold a number key 1-9. To play a preset station, press its number, or press or to scan for preset stations. Share Radio Stations with FMShare To share your favourite FM stations with friends, press Options > Send Station Info. A text message with Listen to xx.x FM! opens. Press Send to select recipients and send message. When you receive a text message with station information, open the message, highlight the station number, and press the centre key. This launches the radio tuned to the station! Radio Tips To record radio clips, press Options > Record. Press Stop to stop recording. To specify where recorded clips are stored, press Options > Switch Storage > Phone Memory or Memory Card. Recorded clips are stored in your music library in the All Songs folder. More Tips To use the radio as an alarm, press s > Tools > Alarm Clock > New Alarm. Set Alarm Tone to FM Radio. To turn off the radio, unplug the headset or press O. To hide the radio so you can use other phone features, press Options >Back.
7 identify songs using song ID This feature is network, SIM card, or subscription dependent and may not be available in all areas. Contact your service provider for more information. The optional Song ID feature identifies commercially recorded songs. 1. From the home screen, press s > Games and Apps > Java > SongID. Place your phone near the music speaker and press Listen. 2. The phone software listens and analyzes. Note: If prompted to connect to the network, press Yes or Ok. 3. If the song is found, the artist and song title display. If prompted, you can buy the song..
8 manage your contacts 1. To quickly store a number, enter the number in the home screen and press Save. 2. Enter contact details and press Save. Tip: You can store contacts on SIM card or phone memory. SIM card contacts can only have a name and phone number. 3. To call a contact, press s > Phonebook from the home screen. 4. Scroll to the contact and press N. Tip: To find a contact in the list, enter the first letters of the name. Phonebook Tips To assign a quick dial number to a contact, press s > Settings > Personalise > Quick Dial. Assign a number key (1-9) to the phone number. To call a quick dial number, just press and hold the number key from the home screen. Quick dial 1 is usually reserved for calling your voic . To send a contact, scroll to the contact and press Options > Send Business Card. More Tips To edit a contact, scroll to the contact and press Options > Edit. Scroll to the information you want to change and press s, or press Options > New to add new information to the entry. To copy SIM contacts to phone memory, press s > Phonebook > Options > Copy > All to Phone.
9 send & receive text messages 1. From the home screen, press s > Messages > Create Message. 2. Enter your message. To insert a picture, sound, or other object, press Options > Insert. When ready to send, press Send. 3. Choose recipients. Scroll to each name and press s so checkmark appears. When finished, press Send. 4. To receive a text message, press View to read it right away, or Ignore to read it later in your inbox. Press s > Messages > Message Inbox). Set Up Text Input Modes Press # to change text input mode when entering text. Modes are primary, secondary, numeric and symbol. Mode icons appear at the top centre of the screen while in text input mode. To set primary and secondary modes, press s > Input Setup > Primary or Secondary Setup while in a message. Enter Special Characters Space press * Punctuation - press 1 Capital letter - press 0 Numbers press # until you see the text input mode indicator 12 at the top of the message screen.
10 take & send pictures 1. Press s > Multimedia > Camera to launch the camera. 2. To take a picture, press s. Then press Send to send it in a message, s to save it, or Options to discard it. 3. For more control over your pictures, adjust camera settings. Before taking a picture, press Options. 4. Press Camera Setup to view or change picture resolution and quality, shutter sound, and display status icons. 5. Press Switch Storage to view/change where pictures are stored. Camera Tips To zoom in and out and change the colour style, lighting conditions, and exposure, press Â until you see the setting you want to change, then press Ï to change it. To take a timed picture, press Options > Auto-Timed Capture. Set the delay timer. Set up the picture and press Start. Timer counts down, then the picture is taken.
11 customise your phone 1. Personalise the look and feel of your phone to make it truly unique to you! To see all the things you can personalise, press s > Settings > Personalise. 2. To change the home screen shortcut keys, press Home Screen > Home Keys. These let you quickly access features from the home screen using the up, down, left, and right navigation keys. 3. Scroll to the shortcut key you want to change and select a new feature for it. To see the shortcut icons on the home screen, make sure Show Icons is set to Show. 4. To change the wallpaper, screen saver or background colour on your phone, select Wallpaper, Screen Saver, or Colour Style from the Personalise menu. 5. To change the sound your phone makes when you open and close the slider, select Slide Tone from the Personalise menu and select the tone or None. 6. To change your phone s ring tone, press s > Settings > Ring Styles. Select Detail to customise the ring tone sound. Select Style to set your phone to Silent or Vibrate when you don t want to hear it ring.
12 connect your phone to a Bluetooth device 1. If connecting to a Bluetooth device for the first time, put the device in pairing mode (see the product User s Guide). On Motorola headsets, such as the S9 stereo headset, press and hold the power button until the indicator light turns on and stays steadily lit. 2. On your phone, press s > Settings > Bluetooth Link > Add Audio Device. 3. If you re prompted to turn Bluetooth on, press Yes. Your phone will list the devices it finds. Scroll to the one you want to connect to and press Select. 4. Follow the prompts to pair and connect with the device. If prompted for a passkey, enter 0000 or 1234 for Motorola Bluetooth devices. When your phone is connected, the Bluetooth indicator E appears in the top status bar. Bluetooth Tips To disconnect from a Bluetooth device after you re finished using it, turn off the device. Once you ve paired to a Bluetooth device for the first time, it s easy to reconnect to that same device the next time you want to use it. Just turn on the device and you re connected. More Tips If you have trouble reconnecting to a device you used before, make sure your phone s Bluetooth power is turned on. From the home screen, press s > Settings > Bluetooth Link > Setup. Power On should be checked. To extend battery life, turn off Bluetooth power when you re not using a Bluetooth device.
13 Shortcut Keys Open the music player Press [ Turn on the FM radio Plug in headset, press and hold [ Call your voic Press and hold 1 View dialled calls Silence ring tone Adjust ring volume Press N Press volume key when your phone rings Press volume key when your phone is not ringing Change ring style Press and hold # Home screen shortcuts Open main menu Change text input mode Press centre key up, down, left, or right Press s Press # when entering text Lock keypad Press and hold *