Motorola MOTOSURF A3100 user manual

User manual for the device Motorola MOTOSURF A3100

Device: Motorola MOTOSURF A3100
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Date of adding : 2014-01-20 13:59:24
Number of pages: 24
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welcome The MOTOSURF™ A3100 is a phone with a distinct edge—personalization, music, videos, and e-mail—all in a streamlined, intelligent, touchscreen phone. The power to multitask is paired with cutting edge Microsoft™ Windows™ Mobile technology: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®, 3MP camera, full HTML browser, GPS satellite navigation , full multimedia support, and more…all in a stylish and ultra-thin design. Use this Quick Start Guide to get you going and then see the User’s Guide for more—and don't w

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your phone your phone Power/Standby Key 3.5mm Headset Jack Stylus Light Sensor Video Call Lens Dims or brightens display. Camera Lens & Flash Volume Keys Jog Ball Navigate & select Touchscreen Display menu items. Micro USB Connector Charge & connect. Camera Key End/Back Key Call/Answer Key End calls or return Microphone Make & answer calls. to Today screen. 2

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menu map menu map To open the menu from the ì Programs Todayscreen, tap Start. � Documents To Go �Games é Today � ActiveSync � Calculator ê Calendar �Camera � File Explorer ë Contacts � FlashLight g Internet Explorer � Getting Started � Google & Messaging � GPSXtra � Internet Sharing l Phone � JBlend Java c Windows Media � Master Clear � Messenger Recent Programs � Notes � Pictures & Videos í Settings � Remote Desktop � Personal tab � RSS Reader �Search � System tab � SIM Manager � Streaming Pla

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let’s go let’s go 1 cover 2 SIM 3 storage card 4 battery 5 replace cover charge 6 2.5 Hrs removing battery removing storage card 4

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basics basics a few essential basics turn it on & off Press and hold W (top of phone) for a few seconds to turn the phone on and off. Press W to put the phone in standby mode. touch tips Four handy ways to navigate: tap Gently apply pressure on the Start display screen to select an Wednesda Today y AM June, 4 PM Calendar item. Contacts Internet Explorer Try this: tap Start to open the Messaging SMS (0) Phone MMS (0) start menu. Windows Media Outlook (0) Recent Programs Other (0) Program No

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basics tap & hold Tap and hold to see further Programs Aug 08,08 S M T W T F S menu options. 8 9 10 Try this: tap and hold an 11 12 appointment in Calendar to New Appointment view the options. Beam Appoitment... Delete Appointment Note: Tap x or ok to close the Send as Appointment Reply window. Reply All Cut Copy Paste Menu drag Tap and hold the scroll bars, Internet Explorer http://windowsmedia.com/ or centre of the screen, News Blogs then drag up, down or News Videos across. Ce

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basics flick Similar to dragging, but Phone with lighter, quicker strokes, Chris Tom up or down. Mandy Paula Try this: flick through your Scott list of Contacts. Sanjay Adrian Larry Meera Katherine Julie Donovan Menu Menu jog ball Roll the jog ballS up, down, left, or right to scroll to and highlight menu items. Press the center of the jog balls to select an item. color status The color of the jog ball changes to show the phone status: �Blue - (or yellow when roaming) - incoming call, no

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basics �Red - low battery �Amber - charging �Green - fully charged Today screen The Today screen appears when you turn on the phone. Presséto return to the Today screen at any time. Note: Your Today screen may look different to this one. Start Menu & Start Status Indicators NO SIM AM PM June 04, 2008 0 Messages Status Fields Tap to select 0 Emails (Outlook) No upcoming appointments Carousel Drag left or right to access the weather forecast, Lock Contacts bookmarks, and more. 8

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storage card storage card cool content & loads of space View the available memory on your storage card. Find it: Start > Settings > System tab > Memory > Storage Card tab Check out all the content on the microSD storage card supplied with your phone. The content can include many exciting applications to help you make the most of your new phone. To install the applications, follow the on-screen instructions. You can use your microSD storage card (up to 32 GB) to install your applications and

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storage card 3 Click on the folder "Moto Apps Package" 4 Click on MotoAppInstaller.exe Tip: Maximise your on-board memory by choosing to install applications on your storage card. And if you have uninstalled any of these applications, just kick off the installation again by going through the above steps. 10

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calls calls it’s good to talk make & answer calls To make a call, tap Start > Phone then enter a number and tap Talk or press è. To answer a call, tap Answer or press è when your phone rings or vibrates. end calls Pressé. redial a number 1 From the Today screen, press è to see a list of recently dialed calls. 2 Scroll to the entry you want to call and tap Call. go handsfree Tap Speaker On during a call to turn the handsfree speaker on. AU at the top of your display indicates the speaker

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calls in-call menu During a call you can tap the in-call option to: � Hold or Unhold - hold the call. � Mute or Unmute - silence your microphone. � Speaker On or Off - turn handsfree speaker on or off. � Contacts - access list of contacts. � Note - make a quick note. Note: You can access other in-call options, such as Call History, Conference, or Turn Handsfree On or Off, by tapping Menu. 12

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contacts contacts met someone new? save their number. save a contact 1 From the Today screen, tap Phone and enter the number. 2 Tap Menu > Save to Contacts > New Contact. 3 Select whether to save it on your phone (Outlook Contact) or on your SIM card (SIM Contact). 4 Enter the contact details and tap Save again. call a contact 1 Tap Start > Contacts. 2 Flick through the list to highlight the contact. 3 Tap Call. 13

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e-mail e-mail e-mail has never been this easy With your new phone, you can send and receive e-mail messages, wherever, whenever—you just need to set it up: MSN or Hotmail e-mail 1 Tap Start > Programs > Windows Live > Sign in to Windows Live. Note: If your network service provider does not offer Windows Live, use the personal e-mail account procedure in the next section. 2 Enter your e-mail address and password, then tap Next. 3 Choose the options you want, then tap Next. 4 When synchron

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e-mail If your phone finds your account settings, it tells you. You just have to tap Next. If your phone doesn’t find your account settings, it gives you a chance to enter them. To get this information, contact your e-mail provider. 3 Enter your name (the messages you send will show up as “From” this name), then tap Next. 4 Choose how often you want your phone to check for new e-mail, then tap Finish. Note: E-mail service depends on your e-mail and phone network service providers. If you h

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e-mail 3 Enter your User Name, Password, and the server’s Domain, then tap Next. If your phone finds your server settings, it tells you. You just have to tap Next. If your phone doesn’t find your server settings, or if you skip the automatic detection, you can enter the settings provided by your company’s system administrator, enter the Exchange Server Address (if necessary, check This server requires an encrypted (SSL) connection), then tap Next. 4 Choose if you want to synchronize Conta

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SMS & MMS SMS & MMS it’s good to text send a message Find it: Start > Messaging 1 Tap Messages > Menu > New > Multimedia Message or Text Message and enter a phone number or contact name. 2 Use the keypad to enter a message (see page 18 for text entry). To insert a picture, video, voice note or file in an MMS message, tap Menu > Insert. 3 Tap Send. receive & read messages When you receive a message your phone plays an alert and shows a message indicator, such as Cor :. To read a new mess

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text entry text entry think computer keyboard, now think smaller Text entry options are available when the keyboard icon shows at the bottom of the screen. TapY to change to another method: entry modes Block Recognizer & Write letters, numbers, and Letter Recognizer punctuation in one of the writing blocks. Keyboard & Tap letters & numbers on the keyboard Motorola Keyboard to enter them. Transcriber Simply write anywhere on the screen. This entry mode recognizes all handwriting styles. T


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