Research In Motion - Blackberry Cell Phone 2.1 user manual

User manual for the device Research In Motion - Blackberry Cell Phone 2.1

Device: Research In Motion - Blackberry Cell Phone 2.1
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Date of adding : 2013-10-07 13:55:46
Number of pages: 105
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BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet
Version: 2.1
User Guide

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Published: 2012-08-09 SWD-20120809102904280

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Contents Getting started ............................................................................................................................................. 9 New features and enhancements ................................................................................................................. 9 Getting to know your tablet ......................................................................................................................... 10 Using the touch screen .........

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Contact views ............................................................................................................................................. 34 Add a contact picture ................................................................................................................................. 34 Search for a contact ................................................................................................................................... 34 Sort your contacts ...........

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Wi-Fi .......................................................................................................................................................... 50 Bluetooth technology ................................................................................................................................. 54 Tether your tablet to a Bluetooth enabled device ......................................................................................... 56 Share files between your computer and ta

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Keeping up with events ............................................................................................................................... 73 Check in to a place ..................................................................................................................................... 73 BlackBerry App World ................................................................................................................................ 74 Download apps with BlackBerry App Wo

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Deleting folders and icons from the tablet home page ................................................................................. 87 Clock ......................................................................................................................................................... 88 Setting the clock ........................................................................................................................................ 88 Video chat ..............................

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Downloading and subscribing to podcasts ................................................................................................ 101 Voice notes .............................................................................................................................................. 102 Recording voice notes .............................................................................................................................. 102 Legal notice ..................................

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User Guide Getting started Getting started New features and enhancements BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 brings together the best of BlackBerry communication applications, productivity tools, and your favorite apps, movies, and music to help you make the most out of every moment. Watch the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet demo videos: English Mobile networks Depending on your BlackBerry tablet model and wireless service provider, you might be able to connect your tablet to a mobile network, in addition

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User Guide Getting started Print To Go You can print a file to your tablet if it is on a different wireless network than your computer. For information about using Print To Go, see the Print To Go section. Getting to know your tablet Watch a video about the tablet hardware: English 10

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User Guide Getting started 11

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User Guide Getting started Using the touch screen Watch a video about touch screen gestures: English Scroll and move between items To scroll through a list, pan a webpage, move between pictures, and more, slide your finger up and down or right and left. 12

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User Guide Getting started Zoom in and zoom out To zoom in and zoom out of a webpage, picture, video, or other content, slide your fingers apart to zoom in or together to zoom out. Move items from one place to another To move an item from one place to another, touch and hold the item. Slide your finger to where you want the icon to be. 13

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User Guide Getting started Show the home screen and minimize apps To show the home screen and minimize apps, swipe up from the bottom frame onto the screen. Show the menu In many apps, you can find additional features, options, and help in the menu. To show the menu while you are in an app, swipe down from the top frame onto the screen. To close the menu, tap anywhere on the screen outside the menu. 14

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User Guide Getting started Switch between apps You can flip between your open apps without having to return to the home screen. To switch between apps, swipe in from the left or right frame onto the screen. Show the status bar You can peek at the status bar without leaving the app you're using. This is a great way to quickly check your notifications, see the time, keep an eye on your battery power level, change system options, and more. To show the status bar, swipe in from the top-left

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User Guide Getting started Switch between views on the home screen To switch between views, swipe left or right in the lower part of the home screen. Wake up your tablet Your tablet enters standby mode after a certain period of time to conserve battery power. To wake it up, swipe from one side of the frame to the other. Show the keyboard To show the keyboard, swipe in from the bottom-left frame onto the screen. 16

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User Guide Getting started Zoom in and zoom out quickly To zoom in and zoom out quickly, double-tap a webpage, picture, or other content. Go back To navigate within an application, you can swipe up from the bottom frame toward the left frame. For example, this would allow you to navigate from a picture to the picture gallery. Insert a micro SIM card Before you begin: Only use the micro SIM card provided by your wireless service provider. If you have a BlackBerry PlayBook tablet that can

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User Guide Getting started 1. Remove the micro SIM card tray from the back of your tablet. 2. Place your micro SIM card into the tray. Make sure that the corners of the micro SIM card line up with the tray. 3. Slide the micro SIM card tray back into your tablet. Make sure it clicks into place. Personalizing your home screen Watch a video about personalizing your tablet: English You are unique; your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet should be too. There are many ways you can display your personality, s

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User Guide Getting started View a specific type of notification On the status bar, tap the icon for the type of notification that you want to see. Jump to the related app Tap the notification message. For example, if you tap an email notification, the email opens in the Messages app. Status bar icons The following icons appear on the status bar of the home screen. Tap the icon to change an option. Airplane mode Alarm Turn off airplane mode to restore wireless Turn on or turn off the alarm. T

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User Guide Getting started Access all of your tablet settings, such as Download a wireless update. BlackBerry ID, wireless connections, and security. Wi-Fi turned on Wi-Fi not connected Wi-Fi is turned on and you are connected to the Wi-Fi is turned on, but you are not connected to Wi-Fi network shown. a Wi-Fi network. To connect to a Wi-Fi network, tap > Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi turned off Email notification Wi-Fi is turned off. To connect to a Wi-Fi Open the inbox to view the new message. netwo


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