HTC S710 User Manual

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PersonalizeYour Smartphone

A.Change the Home screen

Click Start > Settings > Home Screen.

B.Set the date and time

Click Start> Settings> Clock & Alarm> Date andTime.

C.Manage Power settings

Click Start> Settings> Power Management.


SecureYour Phone

Protect your phone from unauthorized access by enabling the SIM lock and/or Device lock.

A.To enable the SIM lock

Click Start > Settings > Security > Enable SIM PIN.

B.To enable device lock

1. Click Start > Settings > Security > Device Lock.

2.Select the Prompt if device unused forcheck box and enter the time you want.

3. Select thePassword type.

4. Enter and confirm the password, then clickDone.

Go Online and Surf theWeb

Go online by turning onWi-Fi®on your phone.


Click Start > Comm

2 ClickYes.


Choose the network


Manager and click



you want to use and


theWLAN button.



click Connect.

Note If you are connecting to a secure network connection, you may need to enter theWEP Key for that network connection before you can connect to it.

Use Internet Explorer® Mobile (click Start > Internet Explorer) to surf theWeb.

If there is noWi-Fihotspot in your area, you can still connect to the Internet by using the GPRS/EDGE ordial-upservice of your wireless service provider. Refer to the User Manual to learn how to connect using GPRS/EDGE or dial up.

Take a Picture

Take out your phone and capture those precious moments.

1 Press the CAMERA button.


Click to change



camera settings.

3 Press CENTER OK to take the shot.



The photo is automatically saved in your phone after you shoot unless you choose to delete ( ) it in the Review screen. Press () to send the photo via MMS ore-mail.Refer to the User Manual to learn more about the Camera.

GetE-mailUsingYour Phone

Get your e-mailon your phone. Set up your phone so you can send and receivee-mailsusing your favoritee-mailservice.

Select this options


Click Start >


Type in your E-mail


Click Next.

Messaging > New

address and click

* If unsuccessful, you






need to enter the






settings manually in the

succeeding screens.

Read Me First

This Read Me First will help you get started with using your Microsoft®Windows Mobile® 6 Standard powered phone.We recommend that you have this guide handy when you start using your phone.

For a more complete reference, consult the User Manual that came with the phone.


Type in Your Name


Type in the User name

Select the frequency

4 and Account display

and Password for the

6 to send and receive


name. ClickNext.


e-mailaccount. Click






You can synchronize your phone with your company’s Microsoft Exchange server so you get

your company e-mailson your phone.


Refer to the User Manual to learn how to get your company e-mailson your phone.

What’s in the Box

These are the items that you should find inside the box.






























Read Me First






2.USB Sync Cable

3.AC Adapter


5.Getting Started Disc


7.User Manual, Read Me First


BeforeYouTurn On ...

A. Install the SIM Card

Slide out the keyboard.


Sim card door


Close and lock the SIM card door.

2Pull out the SIM card door and flip it open.

3 Insert the SIM card.

B. Install a microSD™ card (not included in box)

C. Install the battery


Insert the microSD card and

then close the cover.


Open the rubber cover

To remove the microSD card, press it to pop it out of the slot.

Note If you install the microSD card while the phone is turned on, you may need to turn off and turn on your phone again to use the microSD card.


Slide out the back cover


Install the battery and replace


to remove it.


the cover.

Note Battery is not fully charged out of the box. Charge the battery using the AC adapter after installing the battery.

D. Turning on/off the phone

Press and hold the POWER button for about 3 seconds to turn on or off the phone.

Keypad or Keyboard ...Your Choice

The phone comes with a keypad and a slide-outQWERTY keyboard. Use either input method to enter information or type messages on your phone.

To enter contacts into your phone

1.On the Home screen, click Contacts> New> Outlook Contactor SIM Contact.

2.Enter the contact information and click Done.

1 2

The Smartphone





















Soft Keys












Talk Keypad QWERTY keyboard

Home Screen

This bar displays various indicators that inform you of message notifications, network status, battery power, signal strength, and more.

This area lets you view information such as missed calls, appointments, and messages. It also lets you access recently used programs on your phone. Use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to scroll through the items here. Press CENTER OK to open the associated program.

This bar lets you access the Start menu and open Contacts, Call History, or Messages. Click the left or right Soft Key to open the associated program.

Send aText Message

Send out short text messages to another mobile phone.

1 Click Start > Messaging >Text Messages.

2 Click Menu > New.


Enter the mobile



phone number in To

and then write your message. Click Send.

Make that First Call

Do one of the following:

Enter the number of the contact using the keypad and press ( ).

Start pressing the contact’s name or number and the matching contacts will appear on screen. Use the NAVIGATION CONTROL to select the contact and press ( ).

For hands-freeoperation, connect your phone with the wired headset or Bluetooth® headset (not included) to your phone.

To learn how to connect a Bluetooth headset to your phone, refer to the User Manual.

SynchronizeYour Phone and PC

Synchronize your PC with your phone to keep information up-to-dateon your phone.

Set upWindows® Mobile Device Center onWindowsVista™

1.Connect your phone to your PC.Windows Mobile Device Center will open. On the screen, click Set up your device.

2.Select the information you want to synchronize.

3.Click Next.

4.Type in a name for your Smartphone.

5.Click Set Up.

When you finish the wizard,Windows Mobile Device Center synchronizes your phone automatically. Notice that Outlook e-mailsand other information will appear on your phone after synchronization.







For PC’s with operating systems other thanWindowsVista, refer to the User Manual to learn how to install and set up ActiveSync®.