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This is the cover art for 2 booklets: Getting Started & Having Fun.

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OVERVIEW

This guide provides you with everything you need to get started. If you need additional information on features and services, please select one of these helpful options:

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Refer to your User Manual on the CD that comes with your device,

Visit www.t-mobile.com,

On your device, tap Start > Help,

On your device, tap Start > Programs > My Account.

Having Fun

Turn to the Having Fun section of this booklet to learn what else your new phone can do.

Table of Contents

 

Introducing Your Device ..................................................

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Service Activation ............................................................

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SIM Card and Battery ......................................................

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Getting Started Wizard ....................................................

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Home Screen .................................................................

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Communication Manager...............................................

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Call Functions ................................................................

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Contacts ........................................................................

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Synchronize ...................................................................

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E-mailSetup..................................................................

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myFaves® Setup.............................................................

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Bluetooth® Setup...........................................................

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Emergency Dialing ........................................................

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Caring for Your Device ...................................................

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Tips for Safety.................................................................

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Introducing your device

HTC Touch PRO2

Volume keys

MicroSD Card Slot

Zoom bar

Swipe right or left to zoom in or out or to enlarge or shrink text.

Send key

Press to make and answer calls. Press and hold to launch voice command.

Home key

Press to go to Home Screen.

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Power key

Sync Connector /

Charger / Wired Headset

Port

Soft Reset port

Mute key

Located on the back of your device below the camera lens.

Press to mute/unmute.

End key

Press to hang up and exit menus. Press and hold to lock the device.

Stylus

Previous Screen /

Back key

Adjustable Display

Open the slide and tilt the display up to 50o.

Ctrl key

Use the same Ctrl key shortcuts that you use on your computer keyboard.

Messaging key

Press to go to Messaging main screen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comm key

 

 

 

Press ALT + Comm

SMS key

 

key to open Comm

 

Manager.

Press ALT

 

 

 

 

+ SMS to

 

 

 

open your text

Browser key

messaging

Press ALT + Browser

inbox.

key to launch Internet

 

 

Explorer.

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Service ACTIVATION

If you are a new T-Mobile® customer and your service has not been activated, simply call Customer Care at1-800-937-8997from your landline phone and aT-MobileActivations representative will assist you.

You will need the following information when activating service:

nService Agreement and agent code on your Agreement

nYour name, home address, home phone, and billing

address

NOTE: For business and government account, please provide the name of your company or government agency, address, and tax ID.

nYour Social Security number, current driver’s license number, and date of birth for credit check purposes

nYour choice of T-Mobilerate plan and services (seewww.t-mobile.comfor latest plan information)

nSIM serial number and IMEI number (located on the box bar code label)

By activating service, you acknowledge that you have read, understand, and agree to be bound by each of the terms and conditions of the Service Agreement.

sim CARD and battery

Your Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card identifies you to the wireless network. Your device will not work without the SIM card.

To insert the SIM and battery: 1. Detach your SIM card.

2.Press and slide to disengage the back battery cover. Lift the cover up and away.

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3.Remove the battery by lifting it out using the groove in the upper right side of the battery compartment. Slide the SIM card into the slot with the golden contacts facing down and the notched corner facing out.

4.Align the golden contacts on the battery with the contacts in the battery compartment. Snap the battery into place and replace the battery cover.

5.Plug the charger into the sync connector on the bottom of your device and into an electrical outlet to charge. When charging is complete, disconnect the charger from the device.

Getting Started Wizard

Press the Power key to power on your device.

To run the Getting Started wizard:

1.Tap Start.

2.Tap Programs.

3.Tap Getting Started.

4.Tap to set up the following:

nMake a call

nSet date and time

nSet up e-mail

nSet up a device password

nSet background

nSet ring tone

nTransfer music

nAdd / remove Getting Started

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Home Screen

On the Home screen, you can quickly access a variety of information, such as applications and settings on your device through the Quick Menu, Start Menu, Notifications, and

TouchFLOTM navigation tabs.

 

 

 

Status Icons

 

 

 

Tap to access Notifications screen.

Start Menu

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quick Menu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tap to access all

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tap to view memory

programs and settings

 

 

 

 

 

 

used or to view,

on your device.

 

 

 

 

 

 

close, or switch to

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

running programs.

TouchFLOTM Tabs

 

 

 

 

Touch and slide to

 

 

 

 

access your most

 

 

 

 

widely-usedfunctions.

 

 

 

 

Camera

 

 

 

All People

 

 

 

Tap to launch the

 

 

 

Tap to open phone

camera.

 

 

 

book.

Quick Menu

Tap the Quick Menu icon to view and stop currently running programs, switch between programs, or view current system memory usage.

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Start Menu

Tap to access all of your programs and settings or return to the Home screen.

Notifications

Tap the top status bar to access the Notifications screen.

View your connection status, missed calls, voicemail, new messages, and more.

TouchFLOTM 3D navigation tabs

The TouchFLO™ navigation tabs allow quick access to commonly used functions and programs.

Scroll through and select TouchFLOTM tabs using your finger or the stylus:

nTap to select the desired tab.

nTouch and hold the active tab, and then slide right or left over the tabs. Release when the desired tab is active.

nSwipe right or left to scroll through the tabs.

NOTE: To customize the Home screen tabs, please refer to

 

the User Manual on the CD that comes with your device.

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Communication manager

The Communication Manager allows you to enable or disable device features and data connections. To access the Communication Manager, from the Home screen, swipe right or left to the Settings tab and tap Communications.

Airplane Mode

Tap to toggle between turning airplane mode on or off

Phone

Tap to toggle between enabling or disabling the phone function

Bluetooth®

Tap to toggle between turning the Bluetooth feature on or off. Tap Settings > Bluetooth to configure the Bluetooth

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Wi-Fi

Tap to toggle between turning Wi-Fion or off. Tap Settings > Wireless LAN to configureWi-Fion your device.

Microsoft Direct Push

Tap to toggle between automatically receiving (as items arrive) or manually retrieving Outlook e-mail

Data Connection

Tap to connect or disconnect active data services (e.g. GPRS)

Call Functions

To make a call:

1.From the Home screen, press the Send key. NOTE: If you have myFaves, tap Phone.

2.Tap the phone number.

3.Tap Talk or press the Send key.

To answer a call: Touch and drag the slider to Answer or press the Send key.

To end a call: Tap End Call or press the End key.

Set up and call voicemail

To set up voicemail, from the Home screen, press the Send key (if you have myFaves, tap Phone) and then touch and hold the 1 button or open the slide and then press and hold the 1 key on the keypad. To set up your voicemail, follow the tutorial.

Touch and slide to answer or ignore

To reset the password to the last four digits of your phone number, enter #793# and press the Send key.

To call voicemail, from the Home screen, press the Send key (if you have myFaves, tap Phone) and then touch and hold the 1 button.

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Contacts

Add new contact

1.From the Home screen, press the Send key. NOTE: If you have myFaves, tap Phone.

2.Tap the numbers for the desired phone number.

3.Tap Save to contacts.

4.Tap Yes, Create new contact.

5.Tap the First field to enter the contact’s first name using the on-screenkeyboard.

NOTE: You can also open the slider and use the keypad.

6.Tap Done.

7.Tap the Last field to enter the contact’s last name.

8.Tap Done.

9.Tap the Number Type drop-downmenu and tap the desired number type.

10.Tap Save.

Call contact from the phone book

1.From the Home screen, press the Send key. NOTE: If you have myFaves, tap Phone.

2.Enter the contact’s name by tapping the number buttons with the associated letter. A list of possible contact’s displays.

3.Tap the desired contact to initiate the call.

Synchronize

Synchronize using USB cable

You can synchronize your corporate e-mail,calendar, contacts, and tasks directly with your computer by connecting your device to your computer using the USB cable. Before you can synchronize using the USB cable, you must first install Microsoft ActiveSync 4.5 or higher on your computer. ActiveSync is a synchronization program that allows you to:

nSynchronize your corporate e-mail,calendar, tasks, contacts, and Internet Explorer favorites

nCopy files between your device and your computer

nInstall applications on your device

nBack up and restore device information

Install ActiveSync on computer

1.Insert the CD that came with your device into the CD-ROMdrive in your computer.

2.Follow the instructions on the CD to install ActiveSync and Microsoft Outlook if you do not already have it installed on your computer.

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Connect device to computer

1.Plug the USB cable into the sync connector port on the bottom of your device.

2.Plug the other end into a USB port on your computer.

3.Follow the ActiveSync instructions on your computer to synchronize data between your device and computer.

Synchronize wirelessly

You can synchronize e-mail,calendar, contacts, and tasks directly with your computer wirelessly without using the USB cable.

1.Tap Start.

2.Tap Programs.

3.Tap ActiveSync.

4.Tap set up your device to sync with it.

5.Enter your e-mailaddress and tap Next.

6.Enter your username, password, and domain and tap Next.

7.Enter the Server address, if necessary and tap Next.

8.Choose the data you want to synchronize. To adjust the e-mailsize and the number ofe-mailsdownloaded to your device, tap Settings at this screen.

9.Tap Finish.

E-mailSetup

The Set Up E-mailapplication provides access to your work and personale-mailfrom Microsoft® Exchange, AOL®, AIM®, Yahoo!®, Windows Live™, Gmail™, EarthLink®, Comcast®, and many more, including any POP3 or IMAP4E-mailserver. To set up youre-mailaccount:

1.From the Home screen, tap the

Mail tab.

2.Tap New Account.

3.Tap the e-mailprovider.

4.Read the Terms of Use and tap Accept, if necessary.

5.Enter your username and password.

6.Tap Next.

7.Tap Finish.

NOTE: To add additional e-mailaccounts, while on the Mail tab, tap Menu > Accounts >

New Account.

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SETUP

myFaves® is an optional calling plan. Benefits of signing up to myFaves:

nUnlimited nationwide calling to any five U.S. numbers, on any network (even landlines)*

nOne-touchcalling, text messaging,e-mail,and photo sharing**

nNo domestic roaming or domestic long-distancecharges

nPersonalize contacts with favorite pictures and downloadable icons**

*myFaves only applies to calls directly between two people and allows unlimited nationwide calling to 5 U.S. numbers. You can change myFaves numbers once/month.

**Separate purchase/download charges may apply. Separate charges apply to send/receive domestic/international text/picture messages and e-mail.

Subscribe to myFaves®

To subscribe, go to www.t-mobile.com.When you have subscribed to myFaves, you will see five circles on your Home screen a few minutes after you power on your device.

Add myFaves contacts

1.From the Home screen, tap an unassigned myFaves circle.

2.Scroll to and tap a contact already saved in your phone book or tap New.

3.Enter the contact’s name, company, title, phone number, and e-mailaddress.

4.Tap Done now or go to Step 5 to assign an icon and Step 8 to assign a ringtone.

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Assign icon to myFaves

5.Tap the myFaves icon circle at the top right corner of your screen.

6.Tap one of the following:

n Facebook: Enter thee-mailaddress and password for your Facebook account. Tap Done. Swipe up or down to scroll to and tap the

Facebook contact. At Link Profiles, tap Done.

nAlbum: Tap the desired picture. Touch and drag to move the crop circle to the desired location.

Zoom the picture in or out by sliding your finger right or left on the Zoom bar. Tap Done.

nCamera: Frame the subject and tap the Shutter icon to capture. Tap the Back Arrow icon.

nMy Pictures: Tap the desired picture. Touch and drag to move the crop circle to the desired

location. Zoom the picture in or out by sliding your finger right or left on the Zoom bar. Tap Done.

nMy Icons: Tap the desired icon.

7.Tap Done now or go to Step 8 to assign a ringtone.

NOTE: Each original icon/ringtone selection and each change to an icon/ringtone may incur a separate download charge.

Assign ringtone to myFaves

8.Scroll down and tap the Ring tone drop-downmenu.

9.Tap the desired ringtone.

10.Tap Done.

11.When you are finished, tap Done.

12.Tap Yes to confirm saving the contact.

An hourglass displays in the circle while the contact is being added to the phone book. You can use your device during this time. Once the contact is added, you will receive a confirmation and the hourglass is replaced by your new contact.

Now you are ready to call your contact. From the Home screen, tap the contact circle and then tap

Call [number type].

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Edit myFaves

Names and icons: You can change names and icons at any time.

Phone numbers: You can only change a contact’s phone number once per calendar month. If a number change is not allowed, you will receive an error message explaining why.

1.From the Home screen, tap the myFaves contact.

2.Tap Edit Contact.

3.Edit the contact’s name, company, title, number, icon, ringtone, birthday, or anniversary. For more information on how to assign icons and ringtones, see instructions in the Add myFaves contacts section of this guide.

Replace myFaves contacts

1.From the Home screen, tap the myFaves contact.

2.Tap Menu.

3.Tap Replace Contact.

4.Swipe up or down to scroll to and tap a contact already saved in your phone book or tap New.

5.Enter the contact’s name, company, title, phone number, and e-mailaddress.

6.Tap Done when finished.

 

 

 

 

 

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Add e-mailaddress

1.From the Home screen, tap the myFaves contact.

2.Tap the Envelope tab at the bottom of your screen.

3.Tap Add Account.

NOTE: To add additional e-mailaccounts, tap Menu > Add Email Address.

4.Enter the e-mailaddress.

5.Tap Ok.

Link with Facebook

1.From the Home screen, tap the myFaves contact.

2.Tap the Updates and Events tab at the bottom of the screen.

3.Tap Link Profiles.

4.Enter the e-mailaddress and password for your Facebook account.

5.Tap Done.

6.Tap Link Profiles again.

7.Scroll to and tap the Facebook contact profile.

8.At Link Profiles, tap to select or

clear the check boxes next to the content you want to link.

9.Tap Done.

Bluetooth® Setup

Your device comes with Bluetooth technology, which is a wireless technology that enables a data connection between your device and a Bluetooth wireless headset and other Bluetooth devices.

Prepare Bluetooth wireless headset

To pair your device with a Bluetooth headset, make sure that your headset is fully charged and that you put the headset into pairing mode. See your Bluetooth headset’s manual for more information.

Turn on Bluetooth feature and pair with headset

1.From the Home screen, touch and hold the active tab and then drag right or left to the Settings tab.

2.Tap Communications.

3.Tap Settings.

4.Tap Bluetooth.

5.Tap Yes to turn Bluetooth on.

6.Tap Add. Your device searches for your Bluetooth headset.

7.Tap the headset.

8.Enter the PIN, if required, and tap OK.

9.Tap Done.

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Emergency Dialing

While all phones are equipped with 911 emergency calling, this device may or may not permit its location to be approximated during a 911 call.*

* Availability of this feature depends on upgrades to the (a) wireless network and

(b) 911 calling system that are required to be installed by the local 911 response agency or public safety answering point (PSAP); these upgrades may not be available everywhere within our wireless coverage area or your roaming area. This approximation of the device’s location and the transmittal of location information are subject to emergency situations, transmission limits, network problems/limitations, interconnecting carrier problems, your device, buildings/tunnels, signal strength and atmospheric/topographical conditions, and may be curtailed, interrupted, dropped or refused. The device’s approximate location is transmitted to the local 911 response agency or PSAP while the call is in progress; this approximation is intended solely

to aid the PSAP in dispatching emergency assistance or to limit the search area for emergency services personnel. You should not rely solely on a phone for essential communications (such as a medical or other emergency). Please see T-Mobile’sTerms and Conditions and Privacy Policy for additional service restrictions and details.

Caring for Your Device

MAKING IT LAST

Your device is a complex electronic device; think of it as a mini-computer.Here are some hints that should help you extend the life of your new device.

Phones aren’t cheap, so keep yours in a safe place — away from children who may find it fun to see if the device sinks or floats, and away from dogs that find plastic-coatedproducts to be irresistible chew toys.

Water will damage your device and accessories — even a small amount such as water droplets from a soda in your car cup-holder,melting snowflakes, tears of joy,squirt-guncrossfire or steam from hot water in the kitchen or bathroom.

Use only batteries and accessories from the original manufacturer of your device. Non-approvedaccessories can cause damage to you or your device and shorten the device’s life. Hint: If it’s being sold out of someone’s car trunk, walk away.

If your charger or any other accessory is damaged, replace it or take it to a qualified service dealer. Do not attempt to operate your device charger if it has received a sharp blow, been dropped, thrown from a speeding motorcycle or is otherwise damaged; doing so may damage your device.

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Tips for Safety

Check with your doctor if you have a pacemaker or hearing aid in order to ensure that cell phone usage is safe with your device. If you have questions about the interaction of cellular radio frequency and any other electronic equipment, ask the manufacturer of the equipment if cell phone radio frequencies will disrupt the equipment’s performance.

When you are driving, T-Mobileencourages you to use your device in a safe and sensible manner. Here are a few tips:

nAssess road conditions before answering. Your safety is more important than any call.

nPrepare your hands-freeheadset, if you have one, or turn on your speakerdevice option before you start moving.

nKeep your device close. If it rings and you discover it’s in the back seat, do NOT crawl over the seat

to answer it while driving.

nProgram frequently used numbers into your speed dial for easy one-touchdialing.

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having fun

Table of Contents

 

Memory Card....................................................................

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Text Messaging.................................................................

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Picture Messaging............................................................

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Video Messaging............................................................

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Instant Messaging .........................................................

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E-mail.............................................................................

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myFaves® ......................................................................

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Call myFaves .........................................................

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Send Text Message................................................

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Send E-mailMessage............................................

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Send Picture or Video Message ............................

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Send Instant Message ..........................................

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Browsing .......................................................................

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Accessories For Your Device.........................................

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Additional Information....................................................

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Memory Card

Your device is capable of using a removable microSD memory card where you can store multimedia files, such as video clips, music tracks, sound files, images, and messaging data. See your User

Manual for more information. Memory card sold separately.

To install the memory card, remove the back battery cover. Open the memory card slot cover and insert the card with the golden contacts facing down. Push it into the slot until it clicks into place and then replace the battery cover. To remove the card, press the card into the slot until it releases and pops out slightly, then pull it out.

Locate files on memory card

Pictures, videos, and music files are saved to the memory card by default, when installed.

1.Tap Start.

2.Tap Programs.

3.Tap File Explorer.

4.Tap Up until you see My Device in the top left corner below

File Explorer.

5.Tap Storage Card.

NOTE: You can also see photos and videos stored on your memory card by going to Start > Programs > Albums > Albums > Storage Card.

Move files between memory card and device

1.Tap Start.

2.Tap Programs.

3.Tap File Explorer.

4.Tap Up until you see My Device in the top left corner below

File Explorer.

5.Tap Storage Card.

6.Tap and hold the desired file.

7.Tap Copy or Cut.

8.Navigate to the destination location and tap Menu.

9.Tap Edit.

10.Tap Paste.

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Text Messaging

Your device supports three text modes:

nPredictive (XT9®) mode analyzes the keys you tap or press and attempts to finish the word you are entering. Words are also predicted based on words you have entered before.

nManual mode does not attempt to predict the word you are entering.

nNumber (123) and Symbol mode allows you to enter numbers and symbols.

Use on-screenkeyboard

nTo change text mode, while in the text

entry screen, tap on theon-screenkeyboard to toggle between XT9 and manual mode.

nTap to place in Number and Symbol mode.

See your User Manual for more information.

Use the keypad

Caps / Shift key

Press once to capitalize the next letter. Press twice to capitalize all letters. Press a third time to toggle back to initial cap mode.

Alt key

Press to enter the upper level character on a key.

Control key

Functions the same as the Control key on your computer keyboard.

SYM key

Press ALT and then SYM to access symbols menu.

 

 

 

 

 

Delete

 

 

 

 

 

key

 

 

 

 

 

Enter

 

 

 

 

 

key

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Space

 

 

 

 

key

 

 

 

Comm

 

 

 

 

 

Manager Key

SMS key

Browser key

Press ALT and

Press ALT and then

Press ALT and

then Comm

SMS to open your

then Browser to

Manager to

text messaging

launch Internet

open the Conm

 

inbox.

Explorer.

Manager.

nTo highlight text, position the cursor then press and hold the

Caps / Shift key and use the directional arrows to highlight.

nTo copy text, highlight the text and press Ctrl + C.

nTo place copied text, position the cursor and press Ctrl + P.

nTo type symbols, while in a text entry screen press the

ALT key, then the SYM key, and then tap the desired symbol.

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