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This user manual is protected by copyright. Copyright © 1995-2016 Bluebird Inc. All rights reserved. Bluebird Inc. is the designer and manufacturer of Bluebird handheld mobiles. This manual and the programs in this device are protected under international copyright laws, and may not be copied, distributed, translated, or removed by any means. Registered Trademark BLUEBIRD is an emerging global brand, striving to lead the market in performance and mobility. Their products represent reliability, innovation, and innovative technology. Bluebird is a registered trademark from the global brand of Bluebird Inc. and is copyright protected. • Bluebird and stylized Bluebird Logo are registered trademarks and symbols of Bluebird Inc. • Microsoft logo, Windows logo, MS Office, ActiveSync and Windows Mobile Device Center are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. • Qualcomm® IZat™ is a registered trademark of Qualcomm Atheros, Inc.trademark of Qualcomm Atheros, Inc. • Adobe® is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Inc. • All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners. User’s Guidance Device type User’s guidance

Class B Device (Household Information & Communication) This device has qualified the electromagnetic wave suitable registration and can be used as a household device at a residential area as well as any other areas.

Type Registration This wireless device may cause propagation interference, and so, it cannot be used for life-saving services. Revision History Revised Version Revised Date Revised Details 1.0.0 July 2016 First version released. Contents This user manual is protected by copyright. Registered Trademark User’s Guidance Revision History Contents 1 About This Manual 2 Safety Information 2.1 Symbols............................................................................................................................................... 2 2.2 Device .................................................................................................................................................. 2 2.3 Environment......................................................................................................................................... 3 2.4 Battery and Charging........................................................................................................................... 3 2.5 Distraction............................................................................................................................................ 3 2.6 Frequency Interference........................................................................................................................ 3 3 Overview 3.1 Package Contents ............................................................................................................................... 4 3.2 Your Device.......................................................................................................................................... 5 3.2.1 Front .............................................................................................................................................. 5 3.2.2 Back ............................................................................................................................................... 7 3.2.3 Bottom and Top.............................................................................................................................. 8 4 Getting Started 4.1 Cards ................................................................................................................................................... 9 4.1.1 Installing the Cards.......................................................................................................................... 9 4.1.2 Removing the Cards ..................................................................................................................... 12 4.2 Battery ............................................................................................................................................... 13 4.2.1 Installing the Battery...................................................................................................................... 13 4.2.2 Removing the Battery.................................................................................................................... 15 4.2.3 Charging the Battery .................................................................................................................... 15 4.2.4 Extending the Battery Life ............................................................................................................. 17 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.1 Turning the Device On and Off........................................................................................................... 18 5.1.1 Using Airplane Mode .................................................................................................................... 19 5.1.2 Using the Hot Swap Function ....................................................................................................... 19 5.2 Resetting the Device.......................................................................................................................... 19 5.3 Using the Touchscreen ...................................................................................................................... 20 5.4 Locking and Unlocking the Device .................................................................................................... 21 5.5 Using the Start Screen....................................................................................................................... 22 5.5.1 Viewing the Status Bar.................................................................................................................. 23 5.5.2 Notification Icons .......................................................................................................................... 23 5.5.3 Status Icons.................................................................................................................................. 24 Contents 5.6 Customizing Your Start Screen.......................................................................................................... 25 5.6.1 Adding Tiles .................................................................................................................................. 25 5.6.2 Arranging Tiles .............................................................................................................................. 25 5.6.3 Resizing Tiles ................................................................................................................................ 25 5.6.4 Removing Tiles ............................................................................................................................. 25 5.7 Using Your Device with Ease ............................................................................................................. 26 5.7.1 Quick Actions................................................................................................................................ 26 5.7.2 Setting Date and Time .................................................................................................................. 27 5.7.3 Setting the Keyboard and Language ............................................................................................. 27 5.7.4 Adjusting the Screen Brightness ................................................................................................... 27 5.8 Connectivity....................................................................................................................................... 28 5.8.1 Wi-Fi ............................................................................................................................................. 28 5.8.2 Bluetooth ...................................................................................................................................... 28 6 Basics (for Android) 6.1 Turning the Device On and Off........................................................................................................... 30 6.1.1 Using Airplane Mode..................................................................................................................... 30 6.1.2 Using the Hot Swap Function........................................................................................................ 30 6.2 Resetting the Device.......................................................................................................................... 31 6.3 Using the Touchscreen ...................................................................................................................... 32 6.4 Locking and Unlocking the Device .................................................................................................... 33 6.5 Using the Home Screen..................................................................................................................... 34 6.5.1 Viewing the Status Bar.................................................................................................................. 35 6.5.2 Notification Icons ......................................................................................................................... 35 6.5.3 Status Icons.................................................................................................................................. 35 6.6 Customizing Your Home Screen........................................................................................................ 37 6.6.1 Adding Shortcuts or Widgets ........................................................................................................ 37 6.6.2 Arranging Shortcuts or Widgets .................................................................................................... 37 6.6.3 Removing Shortcuts or Widgets.................................................................................................... 37 6.7 Using Your Device with Ease ............................................................................................................. 38 6.7.1 Quick Actions................................................................................................................................ 38 6.7.2 Setting Date and Time .................................................................................................................. 39 6.7.3 Setting the Keyboard and Language ............................................................................................. 39 6.7.4 Adjusting the Screen Brightness ................................................................................................... 39 6.8 Connectivity....................................................................................................................................... 40 6.8.1 Wi-Fi ............................................................................................................................................. 40 6.8.2 Bluetooth ...................................................................................................................................... 40 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.1 Installing and Uninstalling Apps......................................................................................................... 42 7.1.1 Installing App ................................................................................................................................ 42 7.1.2 Uninstalling App............................................................................................................................ 42 7.2 Overview of Apps............................................................................................................................... 43 Contents 7.3 Phone................................................................................................................................................. 45 7.3.1 Making Calls ................................................................................................................................. 45 7.3.2 Answering Calls ............................................................................................................................ 49 7.3.3 Viewing Call History....................................................................................................................... 50 7.3.4 Making Emergency Calls............................................................................................................... 50 7.3.5 Making Speed Dial........................................................................................................................ 50 7.3.6 Call Settings.................................................................................................................................. 51 7.3.7 Voicemail ...................................................................................................................................... 51 7.3.8 Connecting or Disconnecting two Phones..................................................................................... 51 7.4 People................................................................................................................................................ 52 7.4.1 Making a Room or Group.............................................................................................................. 52 7.4.2 Creating Contacts......................................................................................................................... 52 7.4.3 Editing Contacts ........................................................................................................................... 53 7.4.4 Finding Contacts........................................................................................................................... 54 7.4.5 Contact Settings ........................................................................................................................... 54 7.4.6 Calling Contacts............................................................................................................................ 54 7.4.7 Messaging Contacts ..................................................................................................................... 54 7.5 Messaging ......................................................................................................................................... 55 7.5.1 Sending Messages ....................................................................................................................... 55 7.5.2 Finding Messages ......................................................................................................................... 55 7.5.3 Deleting Messages........................................................................................................................ 56 7.5.4 Connecting or Disconnecting two Messages................................................................................. 56 7.6 Email .................................................................................................................................................. 57 7.6.1 Adding an Account ....................................................................................................................... 57 7.6.2 Reading an Email .......................................................................................................................... 58 7.6.3 Sending an Email .......................................................................................................................... 58 7.7 Barcode ............................................................................................................................................. 59 7.8 Camera .............................................................................................................................................. 60 7.8.1 Taking Photos ............................................................................................................................... 60 7.8.2 Taking Photos in Burst Mode ........................................................................................................ 60 7.8.3 Recording Videos.......................................................................................................................... 61 7.8.4 Camera Settings ........................................................................................................................... 61 7.8.5 Video Settings............................................................................................................................... 62 7.8.6 Saving location information to photos and videos.......................................................................... 62 7.9 Photos................................................................................................................................................ 62 7.9.1 Viewing Photos or Videos ............................................................................................................. 62 7.9.2 Sharing Photos or Videos.............................................................................................................. 63 7.9.3 Deleting Photos or Videos............................................................................................................. 63 7.9.4 Editing Photos .............................................................................................................................. 63 7.10 Internet............................................................................................................................................. 64 7.10.1 Defining Internet Connections ..................................................................................................... 64 7.10.2 Browsing the Web....................................................................................................................... 64 7.11 Microsoft Office Mobile.................................................................................................................... 65 7.11.1 Creating Your Microsoft Account................................................................................................. 66 7.11.2 Viewing Microsoft Office Documents ........................................................................................... 66 7.11.3 Microsoft Word ........................................................................................................................... 67 7.11.4 Microsoft Excel ........................................................................................................................... 68 Contents 7.11.5 Microsoft PowerPoint.................................................................................................................. 69 7.11.6 Microsoft OneNote...................................................................................................................... 69 7.11.7 Microsoft OneDrive ..................................................................................................................... 70 7.11.8 Continuing with a Document on Another Device.......................................................................... 71 7.12 Music .............................................................................................................................................. 71 7.12.1 Playing Music.............................................................................................................................. 71 7.12.2 Adding Music.............................................................................................................................. 72 7.13 Videos .............................................................................................................................................. 72 7.13.1 Playing Video .............................................................................................................................. 72 7.13.2 Downloading TV Programs and Movies....................................................................................... 72 7.14 Podcast............................................................................................................................................ 73 7.14.1 Downloading and Playing Podcasts ............................................................................................ 73 7.15 Calendar .......................................................................................................................................... 73 7.15.1 Changing the Calendar View....................................................................................................... 73 7.15.2 Adding a Task ............................................................................................................................. 73 7.15.3 Adding an Appointment .............................................................................................................. 74 7.15.4 Using Multiple Calendars............................................................................................................. 74 7.16 Calculator......................................................................................................................................... 74 7.17 Map.................................................................................................................................................. 75 7.17.1 Get Directions to Your Destination............................................................................................... 75 7.17.2 Searching for Location ................................................................................................................ 75 8 Applications (for Android) 8.1 Installing and Uninstalling Apps......................................................................................................... 76 8.1.1 Installing App ................................................................................................................................ 76 8.1.2 Uninstalling App............................................................................................................................ 76 8.2 Overview of Apps............................................................................................................................... 77 8.3 Phone................................................................................................................................................. 78 8.3.1 Making Calls ................................................................................................................................. 78 8.3.2 Answering Calls ............................................................................................................................ 83 8.3.3 Viewing Call Log ........................................................................................................................... 84 8.3.4 Making Conference Calls .............................................................................................................. 84 8.3.5 Making Emergency Calls............................................................................................................... 85 8.3.6 Making Speed dial ........................................................................................................................ 85 8.3.7 Phone Settings - General Settings ................................................................................................ 85 8.3.8 Phone Settings - Call Settings....................................................................................................... 86 8.4 Voice Dialer........................................................................................................................................ 87 8.5 Contacts ............................................................................................................................................ 87 8.5.1 Creating Contacts......................................................................................................................... 87 8.5.2 Editing Contacts ........................................................................................................................... 88 8.5.3 Finding Contacts........................................................................................................................... 89 8.5.4 Calling Contacts............................................................................................................................ 89 8.5.5 Messaging Contacts ..................................................................................................................... 89 8.6 Email .................................................................................................................................................. 89 8.7 Barcode ............................................................................................................................................. 90 Contents 8.8 Snapdragon Camera.......................................................................................................................... 90 8.8.1 Taking Photos ............................................................................................................................... 91 8.8.2 Taking Photos in Panoramic Mode ................................................................................................ 91 8.8.3 Recording Videos.......................................................................................................................... 91 8.8.4 Camera Settings ........................................................................................................................... 92 8.8.5 Video Settings............................................................................................................................... 93 8.9 Calendar ............................................................................................................................................ 94 8.9.1 Creating Events............................................................................................................................. 94 8.9.2 Changing Calendar View............................................................................................................... 94 8.9.3 Viewing Events.............................................................................................................................. 94 8.9.4 Editing and Deleting Events........................................................................................................... 95 8.9.5 Refreshing the Calendar................................................................................................................ 95 8.9.6 Searching for Events ..................................................................................................................... 95 8.9.7 Syncing Events ............................................................................................................................. 95 8.10 Clock................................................................................................................................................ 96 8.10.1 Alarm and clock .......................................................................................................................... 97 8.10.2 Timer .......................................................................................................................................... 98 8.10.3 Stopwatch .................................................................................................................................. 98 8.10.4 Settings ...................................................................................................................................... 99 8.11 Downloads..................................................................................................................................... 100 8.12 Calculator....................................................................................................................................... 100 8.13 Google Apps.................................................................................................................................. 100 8.13.1 Chrome..................................................................................................................................... 100 8.13.2 Gmail ........................................................................................................................................ 100 8.13.3 Google...................................................................................................................................... 100 8.13.4 Maps ........................................................................................................................................ 100 8.13.5 Play Music ................................................................................................................................ 100 8.13.6 Play Movies & TV ...................................................................................................................... 100 8.13.7 Drive ......................................................................................................................................... 101 8.13.8 YouTube.................................................................................................................................... 101 8.13.9 Photos ...................................................................................................................................... 101 8.13.10 Hangouts................................................................................................................................ 101 8.13.11 Docs....................................................................................................................................... 101 8.13.12 Sheets .................................................................................................................................... 101 8.13.13 Slides...................................................................................................................................... 101 8.13.14 Voice Search........................................................................................................................... 101 8.13.15 Google Settings ...................................................................................................................... 101 9 Settings (for Windows) 9.1 Network and Wireless...................................................................................................................... 102 9.1.1 Wi-Fi ........................................................................................................................................... 102 9.1.2 Airplane Mode............................................................................................................................. 102 9.1.3 Bluetooth .................................................................................................................................... 102 9.1.4 Cellular Data and SIM Card......................................................................................................... 103 9.1.5 Data Sense ................................................................................................................................. 103 9.1.6 Internet Sharing .......................................................................................................................... 104 9.1.7 NFC............................................................................................................................................ 104 9.1.8 VPN ............................................................................................................................................ 104 Contents 9.2 Personalization ................................................................................................................................ 105 9.2.1 Start Screen and Theme ............................................................................................................. 105 9.2.2 Sound......................................................................................................................................... 105 9.2.3 Lock Screen................................................................................................................................ 106 9.2.4 Notification.................................................................................................................................. 106 9.2.5 Synchronization .......................................................................................................................... 106 9.2.6 Quiet Hours ................................................................................................................................ 107 9.2.7 Driving Mode............................................................................................................................... 107 9.2.8 Accessories Apps ....................................................................................................................... 107 9.3 Accounts.......................................................................................................................................... 107 9.3.1 Account ...................................................................................................................................... 107 9.3.2 Workplace................................................................................................................................... 107 9.4 System............................................................................................................................................. 108 9.4.1 About.......................................................................................................................................... 108 9.4.2 Brightness................................................................................................................................... 108 9.4.3 Screen Rotation .......................................................................................................................... 108 9.4.4 Project My Screen....................................................................................................................... 108 9.4.5 Storage Sense ............................................................................................................................ 109 9.4.6 Battery Saver .............................................................................................................................. 109 9.4.7 USB............................................................................................................................................ 109 9.4.8 Kid’s Corner................................................................................................................................ 109 9.4.9 Apps Corner ............................................................................................................................... 110 9.4.10 Photos and Camera.................................................................................................................. 110 9.4.11 Microsoft Office......................................................................................................................... 111 9.4.12 Cortana..................................................................................................................................... 111 9.4.13 Manual flash.............................................................................................................................. 111 9.5 Time and Language ......................................................................................................................... 112 9.5.1 Date and Time ............................................................................................................................ 112 9.5.2 Language.................................................................................................................................... 112 9.5.3 Region ........................................................................................................................................ 112 9.5.4 Keyboard .................................................................................................................................... 113 9.6 Input and Accessibility..................................................................................................................... 113 9.6.1 Ease of Access ........................................................................................................................... 113 9.6.2 Speech ....................................................................................................................................... 114 9.7 Privacy ............................................................................................................................................. 114 9.7.1 Location...................................................................................................................................... 114 9.7.2 Find My Phone............................................................................................................................ 114 9.7.3 Advertising ID.............................................................................................................................. 115 9.7.4 Feedback.................................................................................................................................... 115 9.7.5 App Permissions......................................................................................................................... 115 9.8 Update and Backup......................................................................................................................... 115 9.8.1 Backup ....................................................................................................................................... 115 9.8.2 Phone Update............................................................................................................................. 115 9.9 Extras............................................................................................................................................... 116 9.9.1 Touch Setting.............................................................................................................................. 116 9.9.2 Button Setting............................................................................................................................. 116 9.9.3 Scanner Setting .......................................................................................................................... 116 9.9.4 Version Information ..................................................................................................................... 116 Contents 10 Settings (for Android) 10.1 Wi-Fi............................................................................................................................................... 117 10.2 Bluetooth ....................................................................................................................................... 117 10.3 Ethernet ......................................................................................................................................... 117 10.4 SIM Cards...................................................................................................................................... 118 10.5 Data Usage .................................................................................................................................... 118 10.6 More Settings................................................................................................................................. 118 10.7 Display ........................................................................................................................................... 119 10.8 Sound and Notification .................................................................................................................. 120 10.9 Storage .......................................................................................................................................... 121 10.10 Battery ......................................................................................................................................... 121 10.11 Apps............................................................................................................................................. 121 10.12 Peripheral Device......................................................................................................................... 121 10.13 Users............................................................................................................................................ 122 10.14 Location ....................................................................................................................................... 122 10.15 Security........................................................................................................................................ 122 10.16 Accounts...................................................................................................................................... 124 10.17 Language and Input..................................................................................................................... 124 10.18 Backup and Reset ....................................................................................................................... 125 10.19 Date and Time.............................................................................................................................. 125 10.20 Accessibility................................................................................................................................. 125 10.21 Printing......................................................................................................................................... 126 10.22 About Phone................................................................................................................................ 126 Appendix A Device Specification Appendix B Accessories Appendix C Troubleshooting Appendix D Safety Regulatory Appendix E Warranty and Support 1 About This Manual The EF500/EF500R provides high quality features as a smart terminal using Bluebird’s creative ideas and technological expertise. This user manual is designed to help users effectively operate the device. • Please read this manual carefully before using the device for safe and proper use. • This device may only be used in countries where it is sold. • The components and colors of this device in this manual may differ from the actual product. • Features and specifications are subject to change without prior notice. • Content may vary by software version or by service provider. • Apps and features may vary by country or region. • Certain features of this device may have performance issues due to user environment, programs in use, or peripheral device usage. Bluebird is not liable for any issues caused by third-party apps or accessories. • Modifying the device’s operating system or installing software from unknown sources may cause device malfunction or data loss. Improper or unauthorized use of the device is a violation of the Bluebird license agreement and void your one-year limited warranty. 1 2 Safety Information 2.1 Symbols This manual uses the following symbols to indicate hazards and additional information. Symbol Name Description Warning Indicates situations that could cause injury to yourself or others. Caution Indicates situations that could cause damage to your device or other equipment. Note Indicates additional information that can help you get the most out of the device. Please read this safety precaution information carefully. Failure to follow the information provided may result in fire, electric shock, or other property damage or bodily injuries. 2.2 Device • Do not press the Power button on the device if the device is wet or do not touch adapter or power cord with wet hands. There is risk of electric shock. • Do not use your device in an explosive danger zone. • If your device becomes wet, do not put your device in heaters, microwaves, etc. to dry it. There is a risk of explosion or malfunction. • Do not scratch the device’s touchscreen. Use only your fingers or a compatible pen. Never use an actual pen, or any other sharp object on the touchscreen. • Although this device is very sturdy, do not drop, hit, bend, or sit on it on purpose. It can be broken. • Do not modify, take apart, or repair the device. Contact to your customer service center. Failure to do so will void your warranty. • Do not attempt to modify your hardware or software. It may cause device malfunction and void your warranty. • You may not be able to use this wireless device in basements, open fields, skyscrapers, or other places where the signal is weak. • Backup the data and information from your device. Your data, such as ringtones, texts, and voice messages, may be erased during repairs or upgrades. • Do not paint your device. It can damage your screen or your device’s exterior. • Avoid using or storing this device at extreme temperatures. This device is designed to work at temperatures between -20°C and 60°C (-4°F and 140°F), and humidity level between 5% and 95%. 2 2 Safety Information 2.3 Environment • Do not use the device while driving or operating heavy machinery. Doing so may result in death or serious injury. • Do not use the device in locations with combustible goods. Doing so may result in an explosion. • Do not use the device in dusty or hot locations. Doing so may damage the device. • Do not expose your device to direct sunlight such as on the dashboard of a car for extended periods of time. • Do not use the device in humid locations. Doing so may damage the device and void the warranty. • Do not keep the device close to air conditioner vents. Corrosion within the device may occur due to condensation from changes in temperature. • Do not allow children to play with the device. 2.4 Battery and Charging • Improper battery use may cause fire, explosion, or other hazard. • If the battery is removed due to impact, heat, submersion, or other damage, there is a risk of explosion. Keep away from children and animals. • Do not allow the battery’s contacts to touch things like necklaces, coins, or electric conductors. Do not give any impact with sharp objects. There is a risk of explosion. • Use only the approved battery and charger. Using an incompatible battery or charger may cause device malfunction or other damage, such as fire. • When you are not using the device for a long period, take out the battery and keep the device and the battery in a dry, cool place. Also, charge the battery at least once a year. If you keep it without charging for a long time, it may cause device malfunction. 2.5 Distraction In some situations, using your device may distract you and cause serious injuries and damages. For example, avoid talking on the phone or texting while driving or riding a bicycle. It is strictly prohibited by law in some jurisdictions. If you cannot avoid using your device while driving, stop your vehicle or use hand-free kit. 2.6 Frequency Interference • This wireless device may cause radio frequency interference, so use Airplane mode or turn off the device when prohibited. • The device emits an electromagnetic fields. It may interfere with your medical devices. • Do not place credit cards, phone cards, bankbook, and tickets next to the device. The magnetic field of the device can damage their magnetic strips. 3 3 Overview 3.1 Package Contents The package includes: EF500 device EF500R device Battery Battery cover Micro USB cable • Both Windows and Android packages include same components as described above. • The illustrations may differ from your actual items. • To purchase additional accessories, contact your sales representative. • You can download your User Manual from mypidion.com. The paper version may be available for some regions. 4 3 Overview

3.2 Your Device 3.2.1 Front EF500 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 EF500R 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 & ^ % & ^ % 8 9 0 @ 8 9 0 @ For Windows For Androids # ! For Windows For Androids # ! ! $ ! $

5 3 Overview Windows and Android devices are same except for the touch buttons on the front of the devices. No. Name Description 1 Receiver Allows user to hear the person they are talking to while on the phone. 2 Front camera Takes selfies and records videos (1.3 Megapixel). You can use it when you have a video call. 3 Charging LED Indicates the status of the battery. The charging LED turns red when the battery is charging and turns green when the battery is fully charged. 4 Touchscreen Displays apps and acts as a multi-touch interface. 5 Left button Functions as the barcode scan button. You can also change the functions of the Left button. For more information, refer to Button Setting on page 116. 6 Volume up button Turns the volume up. 7 Volume down button Turns the volume down. 8 Search button Searches for information online via Bing. If you tap and hold this button for a few seconds, the voice recognition service will launch. 9 Start button Returns to the Start screen. If you tap and hold this button for a few seconds, the FEEDBACK HUB app will launch. Returns to the previous page or menu. If you tap and hold this button for a

0 Back button few seconds, the apps you previously opened will be listed. Tap any app to open it again.

! Speaker Emits sound. Displays more option menus. If you tap and hold this button for a few

@ Menu button seconds, the apps you previously opened will be listed. Tap any app to open it.

# Home button Returns to the Home screen. $ Back button Returns to the previous page or menu. % Multi-purpose jack Connects your device with other devices, such as a computer, via a micro USB cable. ^ Power button Turns the device or screen on or off. You can lock the device by turning off the screen. & Right button Functions as the barcode scan button. You can also change the functions of the Right button. For more information, refer to Button Setting on page 116. 6 3 Overview 3.2.2 Back EF500 EF500R 2 2 3 3 4 4 1 5 6 6 5 1 7 4 No. Name Description 1 Left battery lock Locks the battery cover so that it does not become detached from the device. 2 Flash Illuminates your surroundings when using the camera and related apps. 3 Rear camera Takes photos and record videos (13 Megapixel). 4 Handstrap hole Secures the handstrap. 5 Right battery lock Locks the battery cover so that it does not become detached from the device. 6 Battery cover Protects the battery and inner part of the device. 7 Handstrap Allows you to hold your device firmly. 7 3 Overview 3.2.3 Bottom and Top EF500 1 2 3 4 5 EF500R 1 2 3 4 5 No. Name Description 1 Barcode scanner Scans barcodes by emitting a red laser when you press the related button. 2 Headset jack Connects to the headset. 3 Secondary microphone Acts as sub microphone, removing noise and echoes. 4 Primary microphone Captures sound for calling, video recording, and speech recognition. 5 Charging contacts Allows the device to be charged. 8 4 Getting Started 4.1 Cards There are four slots for SAM, micro SD, and two micro SIM cards in the inner compartment on the back of your device. • A SAM card is required for secured transactions that are made through your device. It validates the device and the credit cards. It also includes the company information. • A micro SD card is required for external storage. • A micro SIM card is required for using mobile services. All cards should be purchased separately if necessary. The specifications may differ according to country where the device is purchased. Contact your sales representative for more information. 4.1.1 Installing the Cards To insert the cards, the battery cover must be removed first. For information on how to remove the battery cover, refer to Installing the Battery on page 13. Before installing a card, make sure you are using the correct slot. To insert the micro SIM cards 1 Slide the fastener downwards and lift it upwards for opening the slots.

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9 4 Getting Started 2 Insert a micro SIM cards into the slots, aligning the cards with the slots. Make sure that the gold contacts on the cards are facing down. 3 Lift down and slide upwards the fasteners for locking the slot.

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Using dual SIM cards allows you to choose between SIM cards for different mobile networks. Also, it allows you to use two independent mobile services, such as one for business calls and the other one is for personal calls. 10 4 Getting Started To insert the SAM card Align a SAM card with the slot. Make sure that the gold contacts on the card are facing down. Slide the card into the slot. It will click when it is properly inserted. To insert the micro SD card 1 Slide the fastener to right and lift up the fastener for opening the slot.

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11 4 Getting Started 2 Insert a micro SD card into the slot, aligning the card with the slot. Make sure that the gold contacts on the card are facing down. 3 Lift down the fasteners and slide it to left for locking the slot.

2 1 4.1.2 Removing the Cards To remove the SAM card 1 Push the inserted card once. The SAM card will release with a click sound. 2 Pull the card out to remove it. To remove the micro SD and SIM cards 1 Slide the fasteners to unlock them. 2 Lift up the fasteners to open them. 3 Remove the cards and lift down the fasteners. 4 Slide the fasteners to lock them. 2 1

12 4 Getting Started 4.2 Battery EF500/EF500R uses a 3,200 mAh Lithium-ion rechargeable battery. Install the provided battery before charging the device. 4.2.1 Installing the Battery 1 For the EF500 device, lift up the battery locks to unlock the battery cover. For the EF500R device, untie the handstrap and slide down the battery locks to unlock the battery cover. UNLOCK UNLOCK UNLOCK UNLOCK 2 Use the notch and lift the battery cover. Remove the cover completely. • When removing the battery cover, be careful not to damage your fingernail. • Do not try to pull the battery cover excessively. It may damage the cover. 13 4 Getting Started 3 Insert the battery. Make sure the gold contacts are aligned. 21 21 4 Replace the cover. For the EF500 device, insert the bottom of the cover first and then press around the edges of the cover until it clicks into place. For the EF500R device, insert the top of the cover first and then press around the edges of the cover until it clicks into place. 2 1 2

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5 For the EF500 device, close the battery locks to lock the battery cover. For the EF500R device, slide up the battery locks to lock the battery cover. UNLOCK UNLOCK UNLOCK UNLOCK 14 4 Getting Started 4.2.2 Removing the Battery 1 Remove the battery cover as described in Installing the Battery on page 13. 2 Use your fingernail to lift the battery out of the compartment as shown in the image below. Before removing the battery, turn off the power. Failure to do so it may cause damage to the device. 4.2.3 Charging the Battery The device can be charged with a charger or a cradle. You can also charge the battery by connecting it to your computer with the provided micro USB cable. Check the device’s battery status on the status bar. You can also check the battery status on the lock screen. • When the battery is low, the device will emit a sound and display a low power message. • When the battery is charging, the charging LED will be red. • When the battery is fully charged, the charging LED will be green. Charge the device before using it for the first time or after not using it for a long time. 15 4 Getting Started To charge with the charger Plug the micro 5-pin end of the charger into the device’s multi-purpose jack. Connect the micro USB cable of the charger with power adapter. Plug the charger into a power outlet. When the battery is extremely low on power, the device may not turn on. Charge the device enough and try to turn it on again. You can use the device while charging. But it may take longer to fully charge the device. • Connect the charger properly. Failure to do so may cause damage to the device. • The device may heat up when charging. If it gets hotter than usual, stop charging. • Do not remove the battery before disconnecting the charger. Doing so may cause damage to the device. To charge with the cradle Connect the power adapter with the cradle, and plug it into a power outlet. You can also take out the battery from the device and charge it separately in a cradle. 16 4 Getting Started 4.2.4 Extending the Battery Life You can improve the battery life in various ways. The easiest way is to use battery saver mode. When the device goes into battery saver mode, some background features and app settings may not function normally. There are some other ways to improve your device’s battery life. • Always fully charge the battery. • Mute unnecessary sounds, such as keypad sounds. • Use a wired headset, rather than the loudspeaker. • Close the Camera app whenever you have finished taking photos. – Tap the Back button on Windows devices. – Tap the Back button on Android devices. • Decrease the length of the screen time-out. – On the Apps screen, tap Settings > lock screen > Screen times out after and set a shorter duration on Windows device. – On the Home screen, tap > Display > Sleep and set a shorter duration on Android device. • Lower the screen brightness. – On the Apps screen, tap Settings > brightness, and select a lower brightness on Windows device. – On the Home screen, tap > Display, and turn Adaptive brightness off, then tap the Brightness level to adjust the brightness level lower on Android device. • Set your device to check for new mail less frequently, or even by request only. – On the Apps screen, tap Settings > email+accounts, tap an account, and then change the settings for Download new email on Windows device. – On the Home screen, tap > Accounts > Google > and, tap an account, and then change the settings for Google on Android device. • Disable Bluetooth when you are not using it. • Use a Wi-Fi connection to connect to the Internet, rather than a mobile data connection. • Prevent your device from scanning for available wireless networks. – On the Apps screen, tap Settings > Wi-Fi and switch Wi-Fi networking to Off on Windows device. – On the Home screen, tap > Wi-Fi and switch the Wi-Fi to Off on Android device. 17 5 Basics (for Windows) This chapter explains the basics of how to use your Windows device. If you are an Android device user, refer to Basics (for Android) on page 30. 5.1 Turning the Device On and Off To turn on the device, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds. To turn off the device, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds, and then drag the “slide down to power off” message downward. 1 2 • To turn the screen on or off, press the Power button. • Registering the accounts without turning on the Wi-Fi may incur extra charges depending on your data plan. Do not turn off the device by removing the battery, as this may damage the device. 18 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.1.1 Using Airplane Mode On the Apps screen, tap Settings > airplane mode and switch Status to On. This feature disables all wireless and mobile services. Repeat the step to deactivate Airplane mode. You can set the Wi-Fi and Airplane mode on the quick action center. Drag your finger downward from the top of the screen at any time from any menu or app and tap the WI-FI button or AIRPLANE MODE button. 5.1.2 Using the Hot Swap Function The Hot swap function refers to changing the device’s components without shutting down the system. 1 Remove the battery cover. The screen will be turned off automatically. 2 Replace the battery with charged one. 3 Insert the battery cover and lock it to attach the device. 4 Press the Power button to turn on the screen. After swapping the battery, you should insert and lock the battery cover. If not, the screen will not be turned on. 5.2 Resetting the Device If your device does not work properly or freezes due to unknown errors, you can force the device to restart. To reset the device’s hardware 1 Press the Volume down button while the device is turning on. 2 Press the Volume up > Volume down > Power button in order. The device will restart automatically with reset setting 6 minutes after the toothed wheel screen appears. The data on the device is keep saved when you perform the hardware reset. To reset the device’s software On the Apps screen, tap Settings > about > reset your phone. All settings and data, including apps and personal content, will initialize, and the factory settings will be restored. • Reset the device whose battery is charged enough not to make the device turn off suddenly during resetting. You can reset the device, charging the battery with micro USB cable when the device has low battery power. • Back up any data and settings you want to keep before resetting the device to the factory default settings. 19 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.3 Using the Touchscreen Use finger gestures to use the touchscreen effectively. • Do not touch the screen with any sharp objects. • Do not apply too much pressure to the touchscreen. Gesture Name Description Tap Briefly touch an item to open, launch, or select it. Place two fingers on the screen and spread them apart to zoom

Zoom in or out in. Pull the fingers together to zoom out. You can also double tap the screen quickly to zoom in or out.

Tap and hold Touch an item or the screen for a few seconds to access more detailed menus or options. Swipe Touch the screen and quickly flick in any direction to scroll through menus or pages. Touch an item or the screen for a few seconds and move your

Drag finger around the screen to move the item or move through screens.

20 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.4 Locking and Unlocking the Device Lock the screen to protect your device and its data. The device locks if it is not in use for a specified period by default. To unlock the device, press the Power button to turn on the screen and drag upward from the bottom of the screen. 1 2 You can increase security by creating a password and screen lock timeout. For more information about how to configure and change screen lock settings, refer to Lock Screen on page 106. 21 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.5 Using the Start Screen The Start screen is where you open apps and utilities. It is filled with Live Tiles that display real time notifications and updates. 1 2 No. Name Description 1 Status bar Displays the status icons, notification icons, and current time. 2 Live tiles Displays the some apps in your device. You can add, remove, or edit these tiles. For more information, refer to Customizing Your Start Screen on page 25. The Start screen has long pages. To view other section of the start screen, swipe your finger up or down. You can add or delete contacts, apps, feeds, mailboxes, websites, and other favorites as tiles on the Start screen. You can also rearrange or resize the tiles. For more information about personalizing the Start screen, refer to Customizing Your Start Screen on page 25. • To return to the Start screen, tap the Start button at any time from any menu or app. • To view the previously opened apps, tap and hold the Back button and swipe between the apps. Tap any app to open it again. 22 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.5.1 Viewing the Status Bar The status bar appears at the top of the screen. It displays the status icons and the current time on the right, and the notification icons on the left. 1 2 No. Description 1 Notification icons 2 Status icons and the current time 5.5.2 Notification Icons Notification icons in the status bar alert you to notifications, such as upcoming events, network or Bluetooth connectivity, and much more. Icon Description Indicates that a Wi-Fi network is available. Indicates that a Wi-Fi connection is being used to transfer data. Indicates that a cellular data connection is being shared with other devices over Wi-Fi. Indicates that your device is connected to a Bluetooth device. Indicates that new notifications are available. Indicates that call forwarding is active. Indicates that Quiet hours is turned on in Cortana’s settings. Indicates the signal strength. Indicates no signal. Indicates that Airplane mode is active. You cannot make any calls, and other wireless functions are disabled. Indicates that the SIM card is missing. Indicates that the SIM card is locked. Indicates that your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network. Indicates that driving mode is active. 23 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.5.3 Status Icons The status icons in the status bar provide information about your device’s status, such as the remaining battery, data, and much more. Icon Description Indicates that your device is connected to an EDGE network. Indicates that your device is connected to a GPRS network. Indicates that your device is connected to a 3G network. Indicates that your device is connected to a 4G network. Indicates that your device is connected to an HSDPA/HSUPA network. Indicates that your device is connected to an HSPA+/DC-HSDPA network. Indicates the battery power level. Indicates that the battery is charging. Indicates that the battery saver mode in on. Indicates that the battery power or state of the battery is not currently known. Indicates that vibrate mode is active. Indicates that silent mode is active. Indicates that your device is roaming and is not using your regular cellular network. Indicates that an app is accessing your device’s current location information. • Other than the icons described in the table above, there are various other notifications and status icons that are displayed on the status bar depending on the situation. • When the icons on the status bar are hidden, tap the status bar on the screen to display icons temporarily. • The appearance of icons may vary depending on your region or network service provider. 24 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.6 Customizing Your Start Screen You can customize the Start screen by rearranging tiles, resizing tiles, and changing the background. 5.6.1 Adding Tiles The tiles allow you to launch an app or activate a feature quickly. They also allow you to see updates at a glance without opening them. Tap and hold any of the following items, then pin to start appears. If you want to add the selected item as a tile on the Start screen, tap pin to start. • Apps or games from the Apps screen • Contacts or groups • Favorite photos and music albums • Favorite websites • Email folders • Map locations • Office files If you want to add a favorite websites as a tile on the Start screen, tap > pin to start. On the Apps screen, tap Settings > start+theme and activate Show more Tiles to add more tiles. For more information, refer to Start Screen and Theme on page 105. 5.6.2 Arranging Tiles Tap and hold the tile you want to move until it comes to the foreground. Drag the tile to a new location and tap the Start button . 5.6.3 Resizing Tiles Tap and hold the tile you want to change the size until it comes to the foreground. Tap the reduction icon or expansion icon until the tile changes to the size you want and tap the Start button . If the tile you selected is already large, reduction icon appears and if the tile you selected is already small, expansion icon appears. 5.6.4 Removing Tiles Tap and hold the tile you want to remove from the Start screen and tap the unpin icon . If you unpin a tile from the Start screen, the tile will be removed from the Start screen but will still be available on the Apps screen. 25 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.7 Using Your Device with Ease Make it easier to see, hear, and use the device with its built-in accessibility features. On the Apps screen, tap Settings > ease of access and make the text size bigger, set a high-contrast theme, zoom in on the screen, and more to fit your individual needs. For more information on configuring ease of access settings, refer to Ease of Access on page 113. 5.7.1 Quick Actions Access the most frequently used settings quickly with quick action, turning them on or off in an instance. 1 Drag down from the top of the screen at any time from any menu or app and tap a quick action button to turn it on or off. 2 Drag up from the bottom of the screen or tap the Start button or Back button to close the action center. To change quick actions 1 On the Apps screen, tap Settings > notifications+actions and tap any quick action. 2 Tap a setting or action from the list to add. 3 Tap the Start button to save the setting. 26 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.7.2 Setting Date and Time The date and time are automatically set based on the network you are connected to. To set the date and time manually On the Apps screen, tap Settings > date+time and disable Set date and time automatically. If you disable this option, the options for setting date and time will be activated. Tap Time zone, Date, and Time to set the current date and time. To set the date and time automatically On the Apps screen, tap Settings > date+time and enable Set date and time automatically. To change the time format On the Apps screen, tap Settings > date+time and enable or disable the 24-hour clock. 5.7.3 Setting the Keyboard and Language On the Apps screen, tap Settings > keyboard or language > add keyboards or add languages and select the languages you want to use on the device. 5.7.4 Adjusting the Screen Brightness On the Apps screen, tap Settings > brightness and select low, medium, or high. 27 5 Basics (for Windows) 5.8 Connectivity Connect to the Internet and other devices with various connection types. 5.8.1 Wi-Fi Connecting to a Wi-Fi network is an easy way of accessing the Internet. When you are out, you can connect to Wi-Fi networks in public places, such as libraries or coffee shops. 1 On the Start screen, scroll down to the bottom of the Start screen, and tap All apps. 2 On the Apps screen, tap Settings > Wi-Fi. 3 Make sure to switch Wi-Fi networking to On. 4 Tap the network you want to join. 5 If necessary, enter the password for the network and tap done. To close the connection, tap Wi-Fi and switch Wi-Fi networking to Off. Your device periodically checks for and notifies you of available connections. The notification appears briefly at the top of the screen. 5.8.2 Bluetooth You can connect wirelessly to various Bluetooth-compatible devices, such as phones, computers, headsets, and car kits. You can also send your photos to Bluetooth-compatible phones or to your computer. On the Apps screen, tap Settings > Bluetooth. Because devices with Bluetooth wireless technology communicate using radio waves, they do not need to have a direct line of sight. However, they must be within 10 meters (33 feet) of each other, although the connection may be subject to interference from obstructions such as walls or from other electronic devices. • Paired devices can be connected to your device when Bluetooth turns on. • Other devices can detect your device only if the Bluetooth settings view is open. Do not accept the requests from unknown devices and also do not try to pair with an unknown devices. This helps to protect your device from harmful content. 28 5 Basics (for Windows) To pair with a Bluetooth device Pair your device with Bluetooth compatible devices. 1 On the Apps screen, tap Settings > Bluetooth. 2 Switch Status to On. • Make sure your other devices have Bluetooth enabled. • You may need to start the pairing process from the headset. For details, see your headset user guide. 3 On the Bluetooth device list, tap the device name to pair with your device. 4 Type or confirm the PIN, and tap done or ok, if required. • The passcode, which you can create, must be entered on both devices. The PIN in some devices is fixed. For details, see the user guide of the other device. • A PIN is only used when you connect to something for the first time. When your device has paired with other devices via Bluetooth, your devices will automatically pair in the future when in range. To unpair a Bluetooth device Unpair your device with other device you paired. 1 On the Apps screen, tap Settings > Bluetooth. 2 Tap and hold a device’s name to disconnect it. 3 Tap delete. To send content via Bluetooth Use Bluetooth to wirelessly share your photos or other content with Bluetooth-compatible devices or to your computer. You can use more than one Bluetooth connection at a time. For example, while using a Bluetooth headset, you can still send things to other devices. 1 Pair your device with another Bluetooth device. 2 Tap the content you want to share, then tap > Bluetooth. 3 On the Bluetooth devices list, tap the device you want to share with. 29 6 Basics (for Android) This chapter explains the basics of how to use your Android device. If you are a Windows device user, refer to Basics (for Windows) on page 18. 6.1 Turning the Device On and Off To turn on the device, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds. To turn off the device, press and hold the Power button, then tap Power off. • To turn the screen on or off, press the Power button. • Registering the accounts without turning on the Wi-Fi may incur extra charges depending on your data plan. Do not turn off the device by removing the battery, as this may damage the device. 6.1.1 Using Airplane Mode On the Home screen, tap > More and turn Airplane mode on. This feature disables all wireless and mobile services. Repeat the step to deactivate Airplane mode. You can activate Wi-Fi and Airplane mode from the quick action center. Drag down from the top of the screen at any time from any menu or app and tap the Wi-Fi button or Airplane mode button. 6.1.2 Using the Hot Swap Function The Hot swap function refers to changing the device’s components without shutting down the system. 1 Remove the battery cover. The screen will be turned off automatically. 2 Replace the battery with charged one. 3 Insert the battery cover and lock it to attach the device. 4 Press the Power button to turn on the screen. After swapping the battery, you should insert and lock the battery cover. If not, the screen will not be turned on. 30 6 Basics (for Android) 6.2 Resetting the Device If your device does not work properly or freezes due to unknown errors, you can force the device to restart. To reset the device’s hardware 1 Press the Volume down button while the device is turning on. 2 Press the Volume up > Volume down > Power button in order. The device will restart automatically with reset setting 6 minutes after the toothed wheel screen appears. The data on the device is keep saved when you perform the hardware reset. To reset the device’s software On the Home screen, tap > Backup & reset > Factory data reset. All settings and data, including apps and personal content, will initialize, and the factory settings will be restored. • Reset the device whose battery is charged enough not to make the device turn off suddenly during resetting. You can reset the device, charging the battery with micro USB cable when the device has low battery power. • Back up any data and settings you want to keep before resetting the device to the factory default settings. 31 6 Basics (for Android) 6.3 Using the Touchscreen Use finger gestures to use the touchscreen effectively. • Do not touch the screen with any sharp objects. • Do not apply too much pressure to the touchscreen. Gesture Name Description Tap Briefly touch an item to open, launch, or select it. Place two fingers on the screen and spread them apart to zoom

Zoom in or out in. Pull the fingers together to zoom out. You can also double tap the screen quickly to zoom in or out.

Tap and hold Touch an item or the screen for a few seconds to access more detailed menus or options. Swipe Touch the screen and quickly flick in any direction to scroll through menus or pages. Touch an item or the screen for a few seconds and move your

Drag finger around the screen to move the item or move through screens.

32 6 Basics (for Android) 6.4 Locking and Unlocking the Device Lock the screen to protect your device and its data. The device locks if it is not in use for a specified period by default. To unlock the device, press the Power button to turn on the screen and drag upward from the bottom of the screen. 1 2 You can increase security by creating a screen pattern, a PIN, or password. For more information about how to configure and change screen lock settings, refer to Security on page 122. 33 6 Basics (for Android) 6.5 Using the Home Screen The Home screen is the starting point for all apps and features. It displays icons, shortcuts, and widgets for apps. 1 2 3 4 No. Description 1 Status bar 2 Widget 3 Location indicator 4 App icons The Home screen has multiple pages. To view other pages, swipe left or right. The white bar at the bottom of the Home screen indicates the current page you are viewing. You can add or delete shortcuts, and widgets on the Home screen. You can also arrange the shortcuts and widgets. For more information about personalizing your Home screen, refer to Customizing Your Home Screen on page 37. • To return to the Home screen, tap Home button at any time from any menu or app. • To view the previously opened apps, tap Menu button and swipe between the apps. Tap any app to open it again. 34 6 Basics (for Android) 6.5.1 Viewing the Status Bar The status bar appears at the top of the screen. It displays the status icons and the current time on the right, and the notification icons on the left. 1 2 No. Description 1 Notification icons 2 Status icons and the current time 6.5.2 Notification Icons Notification icons in the status bar alert you to notifications, such as upcoming events, messaging, emails, missed calls, data usage, and much more. Icon Description Indicates that there are more notifications that are not displayed in the status bar. Indicates that data is syncing. Alerts you to an upcoming event. Indicates that a song is playing. Indicates that your device is uploading data. Indicates that your device is downloading data. Indicates that the micro SD card is almost full. Your device has detected an active USB connection. Indicates that your device has received a new text or multimedia message. Indicates that you have missed calls. 6.5.3 Status Icons The status icons in the status bar provides information about your device’s status, such as GPS, signal strength, roaming, battery charge, data, alarm, etc. Icon Description Indicates that GPS is in on. Indicates that your device is searching for location data. 35 6 Basics (for Android) Icon Description Indicates that the alarm is set. Indicates that the device is set to vibrate. Indicates that all sounds are turned off. Indicates that the microphone is muted during a call. Indicates that the battery is fully charged. Indicates that the battery is partially drained. Indicates that the battery is low. Indicates that the battery is very low. Indicates that the battery is charging. Indicates that Airplane mode is active—you cannot make any calls, and other wireless functions are disabled. Indicates that Bluetooth is on. Indicates that your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network. Indicates that there is no Wi-Fi signal. Indicates that you are in range of your mobile network and it indicates the mobile network’s signal strength. Indicates that there is no mobile network signal. Indicates that your device is connected to a 4G network. Indicates that your device is connected to a 3G network. Indicates that your device is connected to an HSPA network. Indicates that your device is connected to an EDGE network. Indicates that your device is connected to an GPRS network. Indicates that there is no SIM card installed. • Other than the icons described in the table above, there are various other notifications and status icons that are displayed on the status bar depending on the situation. • When the icons on the status bar are hidden, tap the status bar on the screen to display icons temporarily. • The appearance of icons may vary depending on your region or network service provider. 36 6 Basics (for Android) 6.6 Customizing Your Home Screen You can customize the Home screen by adding shortcuts and widgets. 6.6.1 Adding Shortcuts or Widgets Shortcuts added on the Home screen allows you to access and launch apps or activate a feature quickly and easily. Widgets appear as on-screen apps. On the Home screen, tap to view your all apps under the APPS tab or all widgets under the WIDGETS tab. Locate an app or widget, and tap and hold the item until the Home screen appears. Position the item on the screen and release. The same shortcuts or widgets can be added to any of the available screens. 6.6.2 Arranging Shortcuts or Widgets Tap and hold the shortcut icon or widget you want to move. Drag the shortcut icon or widget to a new location. To place the item on a different page, drag it to the edge of the screen. To change the size of your widget, tap and hold the widget on the Home screen. Release the item and a white box will be displayed around the widget. Drag the white dots to change the size. It is not available for some widgets. 6.6.3 Removing Shortcuts or Widgets Tap and hold an shortcut icon or widget. Drag it to X Remove at the top of the screen. When the item turns red, release it. 37 6 Basics (for Android) 6.7 Using Your Device with Ease Make it easier to see, hear, and use the device with its built-in accessibility features. On the Home screen, tap > Accessibility and make the text size bigger, increase text contrast, and more to fit your individual needs. For more information on configuring Accessibility settings, refer to Accessibility on page 125. 6.7.1 Quick Actions Access the most frequently used settings quickly with quick action, turning them on or off in an instance. 1 Drag down from the top of the screen at any time from any app and tap a quick action button to turn it on or off. 2 Drag up from the bottom of the screen or tap the Back button . 38 6 Basics (for Android) 6.7.2 Setting Date and Time The date and time are automatically set based on the network you are connected to. To set the date and time manually On the Home screen, tap > Date & time, then disable Automatic date & time. If you turn off this option, the options for setting date and time will be activated. To set the date and time automatically On the Home screen, tap > Date & time, then enable Automatic date & time. To set the date and time format On the Home screen, tap > Date & time, then turn Use 24-hour format on or off. 6.7.3 Setting the Keyboard and Language On the Home screen, tap > Language & input to change the language and the keyboard you use. For more information, refer to Language and Input on page 124. 6.7.4 Adjusting the Screen Brightness 1 On the Home screen, tap > Display > Brightness level. 2 Tap and move the slider to adjust the screen brightness. 39 6 Basics (for Android) 6.8 Connectivity 6.8.1 Wi-Fi Connecting to a Wi-Fi network is an easy way of accessing the Internet. When you are out, you can connect to Wi-Fi networks in public places, such as libraries or coffee shops. 1 On the Home screen, tap > Wi-Fi. 2 Make sure switch the Wi-Fi to On. 3 Tap the network you want to join. 4 If necessary, enter the password for the network and tap CONNECT. To close the connection, switch the Wi-Fi to Off. Your device periodically checks for and notifies you of available connections. The notification appears briefly at the top of the screen. 6.8.2 Bluetooth You can connect wirelessly to various Bluetooth-compatible devices, such as phones, computers, headsets, and car kits. You can also send your photos to Bluetooth-compatible phones or to your computer. On the Home screen, tap > Bluetooth. Because devices with Bluetooth wireless technology communicate using radio waves, they do not need to have a direct line of sight. However, they must be within 10 meters (33 feet) of each other, although the connection may be subject to interference from obstructions, such as walls or from other electronic devices. • Paired devices can be connected to your device when Bluetooth turns on. • Other devices can detect your device only if the Bluetooth settings view is open. Do not accept the requests from unknown devices and also do not try to pair with an unknown devices. This helps to protect your device from harmful content. 40 6 Basics (for Android) To pair with a Bluetooth device Pair your device with Bluetooth compatible devices. 1 On the Home screen, tap > Bluetooth. 2 Turn the Bluetooth On. • Make sure the devices you want to pair with have Bluetooth enabled. • You may need to start the pairing process from the headset. For details, see your headset user guide. 3 On the Bluetooth device list, tap the device you want to pair with. 4 Type or confirm the PIN, and tap PAIR, if required. • The passcode, which you can create, must be entered on both devices. The PIN in some devices is fixed. For details, see the user guide of the other device. • A PIN is only used when you connect to something for the first time. When your device has paired with other devices via Bluetooth, your devices will automatically pair in the future when in range. To unpair a Bluetooth device Unpair your device with other device you paired. 1 On the Home screen, tap > Bluetooth. 2 Tap device’s name to disconnect it. 3 Tap FORGET. To send content via Bluetooth Use Bluetooth to wirelessly share your photos or other content with Bluetooth-compatible devices or to your computer. You can use more than one Bluetooth connection at a time. For example, while using a Bluetooth headset, you can still send things to another device. 1 Pair your device with another Bluetooth device. 2 Tap the content you want to share then tap > Bluetooth. 3 On the Bluetooth devices list, tap the device you want to share with. 41 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.1 Installing and Uninstalling Apps You can purchase and download apps. On the Apps screen, tap Store. 7.1.1 Installing App In the Store, browse apps by category or tap to search for a keyword. Select an app you want to install and see whether the app is free or not. • To download a free app, tap install. • To purchase and download a paid app, tap buy and follow the on-screen instructions. To change the auto update setting, tap > settings and disable Update apps automatically. 7.1.2 Uninstalling App On the Apps screen, tap and hold the app that you want to uninstall and tap uninstall. 42 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.2 Overview of Apps On the Start screen, tap All apps to view your all apps. All the apps on your device will be displayed. Icon Name Description Alarms Use to set alarms. Battery Saver Use to check the battery usage and estimated remaining battery. Activate the battery saver mode to conserve the battery life. BB_Devchecker Use to view device version information, check your device, or to reset. BB_EF_ScannerApp Use to scan and read the barcode information. For more information, refer to Barcode on page 59. Calculator Use for mathematical calculations. For more information, refer to Calculator on page 74. Calendar Use to create, view, and manage events. For more information, refer to Calendar on page 73. Camera Use to take photos or record videos. For more information, refer to Camera on page 60. Cortana Use to get help for finding things on device, manage calendar, files as a voice recognition service. Data Sense Use to conserve cellular data and track usage on your device. Feedback Hub Use to send feedback to the manufacturer to improve their products and service. Field Medic Use to check and collect the device information and ETW logs from your device. Games Use to play games saved in device. Internet Explorer Use to browse the Internet. For more information, refer to Internet on page 64. Maps Use to find the locations. For more information, refer to Map on page 75. Messaging Use to send or receive SMS or MMS message. For more information, refer to Messaging on page 55. Music Use to listen music saved in device. For more information, refer to Music on page 71. 43 7 Applications (for Windows) Icon Name Description Use to work on MicroSoft office documents. Create and edit Word,

Office Excel documents, view PowerPoint slides, and more. For more information, refer to Microsoft Office Mobile on page 65.

OneDrive Use to save and upload content saved in device. For more information, refer to Microsoft OneDrive on page 70. OneNote Use to create reminders. For more information, refer to Microsoft OneNote on page 69. Use to add, view, and edit the contacts or share information with

People people involved in same groups or rooms. For more information, refer to People on page 52.

Phone Use to make phone calls. For more information, refer to Phone on page 45. Photos Use to view and manage all photos and videos. For more information, refer to Photos on page 62. Podcasts Use to get the latest audio or video podcasts. For more information, refer to Podcast on page 73. Settings Use to configure your device. For more information, refer to Settings (for Windows) on page 102. Storage Sense Use to check the storage space and set the storage location. Store Use to download apps. For more information, refer to Installing and Uninstalling Apps on page 42. Video Use to view all videos saved in the devices. For more information, refer to Videos on page 72. Wallet Use to pay for goods with the card payment system on your device. 44 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.3 Phone 7.3.1 Making Calls On Start screen, tap or , or tap Phone - SIM 1 or Phone - SIM 2 on the Apps screen. You can simply dial a number, tap on a number in the history, or choose a number in your contacts. Because the EF500/EF500R has two SIM cards, you can choose to use a SIM card based on your location or preference. To make a call on the dialer screen 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Tap on your Phone app. 3 Tap the keypad, enter a phone number, then tap call to call. Touch and hold number 1 key to use voice mail. Follow the instructions below to perform additional functions. • Enter digits and tap save to save a new phone number in your Outlook contacts. • Slide the bar located on the top right corner to 1 or 2 to select the SIM card you want to use for making calls. 45 7 Applications (for Windows) To use options during your call Icon Description speaker Turn the speakerphone on. mute Mute your microphone. Bluetooth Transfer the current call to the connected Bluetooth headset. hold Hold the current call. VIDEO Change to a video call. add call Add another person to the call. end call End the call. Open the Keypad. 46 7 Applications (for Windows) To make a call from contacts list 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Tap on your Phone app. 3 Tap a name in your contacts in the CALL A CONTACT tab to dial the number. If you want to search for a contact, tap . Only the contacts with phone numbers will be displayed on this screen. To view all contacts, tap the People tile on your Start screen or tap People on the Apps screen. 47 7 Applications (for Windows) To make a call from history 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 On your Phone app, swipe the screen to the left or right until the history tab appears. 3 Tap a name or a number in your history list to dial the number. 48 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.3.2 Answering Calls When you receive a phone call, the incoming call screen displays the caller ID, and any other available information, such as the caller’s name, if saved in the Contacts list. Tap one of the following buttons: Icon Description answer Answer an incoming call. ignore Decline an incoming call and divert it to voicemail. text reply Decline an incoming call and send a text message. To silence the ringtone of an incoming call, press the volume down button on the side of the device. 49 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.3.3 Viewing Call History To view the call log by incoming, outgoing, and missed calls or to clear the call history, tap or on the Start screen or tap the Phone - SIM 1 or Phone - SIM 2 on the Apps screen. The call history displays the dialed, missed, and received calls. 7.3.4 Making Emergency Calls You can make emergency calls to 911 even when your phone is locked, not registered for mobile network service, or a SIM is not inserted. No charges for making emergency calls. The emergency numbers may vary by country. 7.3.5 Making Speed Dial You can make calls quickly without entering a phone numbers or searching for a contacts by saving your favorite numbers as a speed dial number. To create a new speed dial 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Swipe the screen on Phone app left or right until the speed dial tab appears. 3 Tap and select a name you want to add as a speed dial number. To edit speed dial 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Swipe the screen on phone app left or right until the speed dial tab appears. 3 Tap > edit. 4 Select the name you want to edit. Icon Description Move the selected speed dial up on the list. Move the selected speed dial down on the list. Delete the selected speed dial. Add another number as speed dial. 50 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.3.6 Call Settings 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Tap > settings on any tab of the Phone app. This SETTINGS can only be accessed through this app. You can modify various call options. • Text reply: Switch the text reply to On to send a text message when you cannot answer a call. To edit the text message, tap edit replies and enter a message to send. You can create up to 4 messages. • International assist: Activate this feature to correct some mistakes while dialing internationally or dialing while abroad. • Switch to video calls with: You can turn a phone call into a video call using a video call app, such as Skype. If you have no related app, tap get an app to download the video call app. • SIM 1 settings or SIM 2 settings: Configure the settings for two SIM cards. – My phone number: Check your phone number. – Voicemail number: Enter the voicemail number. – SIM security: Switch SIM security on when you want to protect your SIM card information. – Fixed Dialing (FDN): Use Fixed Dialing Number (FDN) to limit your phone to dialing only the phone number(s) or area code(s) saved in the FDN list. 7.3.7 Voicemail 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Tap on any tab of the Phone app. You can listen to saved voicemail with this feature. Register voicemail number first before using this feature. 7.3.8 Connecting or Disconnecting two Phones 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Tap on any tab of the Phone app. 3 Tap link tiles > link to have one Phone tile for two SIM cards. 51 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.4 People Use the People app to create rooms and groups for privately sharing information or having chat. Also you can save, view, and edit your contacts. Tap on the Start screen or tap People on the Apps screen. 7.4.1 Making a Room or Group You can create a room for privately sharing information, such as schedule, photos, etc. You can also have private conversations with invited people. When you use this feature, making groups, you can easily check group member’s SNS updates and text all members at the same time. 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Tap in the ROOMS and GROUPS tab. 3 Tap Room or Group. 4 Enter the name of room or group and tap . 5 Tap invite someone for adding the person in the room. Tap > > a name in contact > . You can only add the person who has already registered in contact. 7.4.2 Creating Contacts You can add contacts and synchronize them with your accounts that support syncing contacts. 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe the screen on People app until the CONTACTS tab appears. 3 Tap and enter the information. 4 Tap to save the contact. 52 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.4.3 Editing Contacts To edit a contact details 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe the screen on People app until the CONTACTS tab appears. 3 Tap the name of a contact to view their details and tap . Or, tab and hold the name of a contact and tap edit. 4 Tap to save the modified information. To set ringtone and text tone for a contact 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe the screen on People app until the CONTACTS tab appears. 3 Tap the name of a contact to view their details and tap . Or, tab and hold the name of a contact and tap edit. 4 Tap the ringtone or text tone to set each sound. To place a contact on the Start screen 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe the screen on People app until the CONTACTS tab appears. 3 Tap the name of a contact to view their details. 4 Tap . Or, tap and hold the name of a contact and tap pin to start. A tile for the contact will be created on the Start screen. To delete a contact 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe the screen on People app until the CONTACTS tab appears. 3 Tap the name of a contact to view their details. 4 Tap > delete. Or, tap and hold the name of a contact and delete. 53 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.4.4 Finding Contacts You can search for contacts by name or number. 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe the screen on People app until CONTACTS tab appears. 3 Tap . 4 Enter letters of their name or digits of their phone number. As you type, contacts that includes the letters or numbers will appear below the search box. 5 Tap the contact you are searching to view it. 7.4.5 Contact Settings 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Tap > settings on any tab of the Phone app to specify various contact settings. • add contacts: Set up accounts or get the related app for adding contacts. • filter contact list: Specify display options by switching filter contacts on or off. If you activate this feature, you can only display contacts saved with phone number. • import from SIM: Import contacts from SIM cards. • Sort list by: Specify the method for sorting the list between First name and Last name. • Display names by: Specify the method for displaying the list between First Last and Last, First. • Use my location: Turn on this option to use your location for finding nearby places and check in. • Save check-in searches and locations with my Microsoft account to improve search results: Select the checkbox to improve search result with using the Microsoft account you registered. 7.4.6 Calling Contacts 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe the screen on People app until CONTACTS tab appears. 3 Tap the name of a contact to view their details. 4 Select the number and tap it. It calls the number at once. For more information, refer to Making Calls on page 45. 7.4.7 Messaging Contacts 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe the screen on People app until CONTACTS tab appears. 3 Tap the name of a contact to view their details. 4 Tap text. For more information about messaging, For more information on sending the messages, refer to Messaging on page 55. 54 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.5 Messaging Use the Messaging app to send or receive SMS and MMS messages. Tap or on the Start screen or tap Messaging - SIM 1 or Messaging - SIM 2 on the Apps screen. Because the EF500/EF500R has two SIM cards, you can choose to use a SIM card based on your location or preference. 7.5.1 Sending Messages 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Tap . 3 Tap the To field and enter the recipient’s phone number or name. • Tap > choose a contact. • Type a recipient’s name or phone number. 4 Tap and type the message contents in the message field. • To attach a file, tap . Select the files you want to attach, such as a picture, video, etc. • To use the speech recognition, tap . Speak your message out loud to make your device input the sentence. 5 Tap to send a message. 7.5.2 Finding Messages 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Tap . 3 Enter the any key words that you want to search your messages for. As you type, messages that includes the letters or numbers you entered will appear below the search box. 55 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.5.3 Deleting Messages To delete messages 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Tap a message thread from the list. 3 Tap and hold the message you want to delete and tap delete. To delete message threads 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Tap > to select a message thread to delete. 3 Select the message threads and tap to delete the message thread. Or, tap and hold a message thread on the list and tap delete. 7.5.4 Connecting or Disconnecting two Messages 1 On the Start screen, tap or . 2 Tap . 3 Tap link tiles > link to have one Messaging tile for two SIM cards. 56 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.6 Email Use this app to send or view emails. On the Start screen, tap . • To use web and data services, your device must be connected to a Wi-Fi or data networks. For more information on connecting to Wi-Fi, refer to Wi-Fi on page 28. • Using the Internet browser or downloading from the Internet via your data network may incur extra charges depending on your data plan. 7.6.1 Adding an Account You can choose an account from Microsoft, Exchange, Yahoo, etc. Select the most suitable account for you. 1 On the Start screen, tap > > add email account. 2 Tap and type your email and password in each field and tap sign in. • If you use a Microsoft mail account, tap Sign in and enter your email and password and tap Next. • If you use a Google mail account, tap connect and enter your email and password and tap Sign in. If your device does not find your email settings, you can use advanced setup. For this, you need to know your email account type and the addresses of your incoming and outgoing mail servers. You can get this information from your mail service provider. • To add another mail account, on the Apps screen, tap Settings > email+accounts > add an account and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup. • To find out more about setting up different mail accounts, see the How-to section at windowsphone. com. • To delete an email account, on the Apps screen, tap Settings > email+accounts, tap and hold the account you want to delete, and then tap delete. 57 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.6.2 Reading an Email 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 In the mailbox, tap an email to open it. 3 Read the email. • To save an attachment to your device, tap the attachment to download. Or, tap and hold the attachment and tap save. If you receive more than two attachments tap Download all. • To reply to the sender, tap . • To delete the email, tap . Some file formats cannot be saved on your device. To read an email in a conversation In your mailbox, a conversation and tap an email you want to read. A conversation with unread emails is marked with a different color. 7.6.3 Sending an Email 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Tap . 3 Tap the To field and enter a recipient’s email address. • Tap > a contact. • Type an email address. 4 Enter a subject in the Subject field. 5 Enter an email contents in the message field. • To add an attached file, tap . Select the files you want to attach such as picture, video, etc. • To use the speech recognition, tap . Speak aloud the sentences you want to send as an email to make the device recognize the sentence. 6 Tap to send the email. 58 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.7 Barcode The EF500/EF500R includes a 2D barcode scanner. To use the barcode scanning function, 1 On the Apps Screen, tap BB_EF_ScannerApp. 2 Press the Right or Left button. A red laser will come from the top of your device. You can change the function of each button. For more information on specifying button functions, refer to Button Setting on page 116. 3 Aim the red beam across the barcode you want to scan. When scanning, maintain a distance of about 10 cm or 4 in. for the best result and aim it at an appropriate angle as shown the following image. Do not stare into the LED aimer of the barcode scanner. It may injure your eyes. RISK GROUP 2 CAUTION Possibly hazardous optical radiation emitted from this product When the barcode is scanned successfully, you can hear a beep sound and the results will appear on the screen. 59 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.8 Camera Use this app to take photos or record videos. On the Apps screen, tap Camera. • If a micro SD card is installed, the photos and videos will be saved on the internal storage. • The first time you open the Camera app, you will be prompted to add location tags to your photos and display the information. You can also set the device to record the location information automatically by referring to Saving location information to photos and videos on page 62. 7.8.1 Taking Photos 1 On the Apps screen, tap Camera and make sure that camera mode is set to . 2 Aim the camera at the object and adjust the image. To zoom in or out, spread or pinch two fingers on the screen. 3 Tap or the viewfinder to take a photo. Your device automatically focuses on the object and saves the photo on your Camera Roll in Pictures. 4 To view the photos taken, swipe the screen from the left edge. 7.8.2 Taking Photos in Burst Mode With burst mode, capture a series of shots in quick succession, browse them, and save the best ones to your Camera Roll. 1 On the Apps screen, tap Camera. 2 Tap to switch to burst mode in the viewfinder. 3 Aim the camera at the object and adjust the image. To zoom in or out, spread or pinch two fingers on the screen. 4 Tap or the viewfinder to take a series of photos. Your device automatically focuses on the object and saves the photo on your Camera Roll in Pictures. 5 To view the photos taken, swipe the screen from the left edge and tap burst at the bottom left to see all the photos in the series. To save burst photos 1 On the Apps screen, tap Photos. 2 Select a photo taken in burst mode. 3 Tap burst at the bottom left to see all the photos in the series. 4 Swipe the filmstrip left or right and tap photos you want to save. A checkmark will appear on the selected shots. 5 Tap to save the selected photos to the Camera Roll. 60 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.8.3 Recording Videos 1 On the Apps screen, tap Camera. 2 Tap to switch to video mode in the viewfinder. 3 Aim the camera at the object and adjust the image. To zoom in or out, spread or pinch two fingers on the screen. 4 Tap or the viewfinder to record a video. 5 Tap or the viewfinder again to stop recording. Your device automatically focuses on the object and saves the video on your Camera Roll in Picture. 6 To view the recorded videos, swipe the screen from the left edge. 7.8.4 Camera Settings You can adjust various camera options. This camera settings menu can only be accessed through this app. 1 On the Apps screen, tap Camera. 2 Tap the icons at the top of the screen. • To change the scene mode, tap on the screen. You can select from 10 different modes. • To add lenses to your camera, tap . Download various types of lenses from the Store. • To adjust the flash settings, tap . You can show a message when the flash is on, off, or set to auto. • To take a selfie, tap to switch from the rear camera to the front camera. • To view your photos, tap at the top-right corner of the screen. • To adjust other camera settings, tap > photo settings. – Flash: Turn the flash on, off, or set it to auto. – Tap to take photo: Switch to On to take a photo by tapping the viewfinder. – Keep unsaved burst photos for: Change the period of time you want to keep the burst photo. The default option is 7 days (default). – Resolution: Specify the photo’s resolution. As you increase the resolution, your photo will include more pixels, so it can be displayed on a larger screen. – Blink Resolution: Specify the blink resolution. – ISO: Specify the ISO sensitivity. The ISO value represents the camera’s sensitivity to light. – Exposure compensation: Specify the exposure value. The default value is 0. – White balance: Specify the white balance. White balance represents the light source that affects to the color of a photo. – Scene mode: Select from 10 different scene modes. – Focus Assist Light: Turn the focus assist light on or off. Keep a safe distance when using the flash. Do not use the flash when people or animals are at close range. Do not cover the flash while taking a photo. 61 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.8.5 Video Settings You can adjust various video options. This video settings menu can only be accessed through this app. 1 On the Apps screen, tap Camera. 2 Tap to switch to video mode in the viewfinder. 3 Tap the icons at the top of the screen. • To add lenses to your camera, tap . Download various types of lenses from the Store. • To adjust the flash settings, tap . You can show a message when the flash is on and off. • To record a video using the front camera, tap to switch from the rear camera to the front camera. • To view a recorded video, tap the small circle at the top-right of the screen. • To specify other camera settings, tap > video settings. – Video light: Turn the video light on or off. – Resolution: Specify the video’s resolution. As you increase the resolution, your video will include more pixels, so it can be displayed on a larger screen. 7.8.6 Saving location information to photos and videos You can set your device to automatically record the location information for a particular photo or video. Location information can be attached to a photo or video, if your location can be determined using satellite or network methods. 1 On the Apps screen, tap Settings > photos+camera. 2 Select the Use location info checkbox. If you share a photo or video that contains location information, the information may appear on the photo or video. 7.9 Photos This app displays all photos and videos taken from the device’s built-in camera or downloaded from the Store. On the Apps screen, tap Photos. 7.9.1 Viewing Photos or Videos 1 On the Apps screen, tap Photos. 2 Tap all or albums to show the photos or videos. 3 Tap a photo or video to view it. • If you want to set a photo as lock screen, tap a photo you like > > set as lock screen. • If you want to save the photos or videos as your favorites, ones, tap photos or videos you like and tap . The will be changed into . Check if that photos or videos are saved in the favorite page properly. 62 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.9.2 Sharing Photos or Videos 1 On the Apps screen, tap Photos. 2 Tap all or albums to show the photos or videos. 3 Tap a photo or video to share. 4 Tap and choose a share method and follow the on-screen instructions. Or, tap and hold the photo or video from the all or albums tab to share and tap share.... 7.9.3 Deleting Photos or Videos 1 On the Apps screen, tap Photos. 2 Tap all or albums to show the photos or videos. 3 Tap a photo or video to delete it. 4 Tap to delete it. Or, tap and hold the photo or video from the all or albums tab to share and tap delete. Tap on the all page and select the photos or videos you want to delete. Check marks will appear. After finishing selecting photos or videos, tap . 7.9.4 Editing Photos 1 On the Apps screen, tap Photos. 2 Tap all or albums to show the photos or videos. 3 Tap a photo or video to edit it. 4 Tap to start editing the following items. Icon Description Save the edited photo. Rotate the photo clockwise. Crop the photo manually or you can specify the ratio by tapping . Compensate the photo to improve it. 63 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.10 Internet Use this app to browse the Internet. Tap on your Start screen or Internet Explorer on the Apps screen. 7.10.1 Defining Internet Connections Change the Wi-Fi and mobile data settings to reduce data costs while using the web and data services. Using a Wi-Fi connection is generally faster and less expensive than using a mobile data connection. If both Wi-Fi and mobile data connections are available, it is recommended to use the Wi-Fi connection. 1 On the Apps screen, tap Settings > Wi-Fi. 2 Make sure Wi-Fi networking is switched to On. 3 Tap the connection you want to use. 4 If you are prompted to enter a password, enter the password, then tap done. 7.10.2 Browsing the Web • To use the web and data services, your device must be connected to a Wi-Fi or data networks. For more information, refer to Wi-Fi on page 28. • Using Internet browser or downloading from the Internet via your data network may incur extra charges depending on your data plan. • The XHTML browser in this device supports the Unicode encoding format. To browse the web 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Tap the address bar, type the website address, and then tap . 3 View or navigate a webpage. To view and navigate in a webpage On the Start screen, tap . • To scroll on the page, swipe up or down on the screen. • To zoom in or out, place two fingers on the screen, and spread the fingers apart or pull them together. • To refresh the page, tap on the address bar. • To find certain words or phrases, tap > find on page. • To share a link with others, tap > share page. • To pin a site to the Start screen, tap > pin to start. • To view the browsing history, tap > recent. • To return to a webpage you have visited, tap the Back button . 64 7 Applications (for Windows) To open multiple webpages When you want to visit several webpages at the same time, you can open up to multiple browser tabs and switch between them. On the Start screen, tap . • To open a new page, tap > . • To switch between webpages, tap the tab image you want to switch to. The selected webpage will display in full screen. • To close each window, tap . To add a website to favorites If you visit the same websites often, add them to your favorites, so that you can access them quickly. 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Tap the address bar, type the website address, and then tap . 3 Tap > add to favorites. The name and address of the website will appear automatically. 4 Confirm the name and address of the website and tap . To go to a favorite website, tap > favorites > a website. 7.11 Microsoft Office Mobile Use these apps to work on your Microsoft documents. You can create and edit Word documents and Excel workbooks, open and view PowerPoint slides. On the Start screen, tap . • Swipe to recent to find documents that you have recently used, or create a new document. • Swipe to places to access the documents that are saved on your device or other cloud storage services. Microsoft Office Mobile consists of the following: • Microsoft Word Mobile • Microsoft Excel Mobile • Microsoft PowerPoint Mobile • Microsoft OneNote • Windows OneDrive 65 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.11.1 Creating Your Microsoft Account Create a Microsoft account when you first set up your device or any time later. If you create a Microsoft account on your device, a mail account is added automatically. • To use web and data services, your device must be connected to a Wi-Fi or data networks. • Using the Internet browser or downloading from the Internet via your data network may incur extra charges depending on your data plan. To create a Microsoft account when you set up your device When you activate your device for the first time, you had better create a Microsoft account for using various apps. 1 Follow the on-screen instructions. 2 When you have completed the setup, you will be signed in to your device. To create a Microsoft account after your device is set up 1 On the Apps screen, tap Settings > email+accounts. 2 Tap add an account > Microsoft account. 3 Tap create one and follow the on-screen instructions. 4 When you have completed the setup, you will be signed in to your device. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen. 7.11.2 Viewing Microsoft Office Documents Open and view Word documents, Excel workbooks, or PowerPoint presentations on your device. 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe to recent or places. • When swiping to recent, skip to the step 4. • When swiping to places, go to the next step. 3 Tap the location of the file you want to view. 4 Tap a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint file. 5 View the document. • To zoom in or out in a document, spread or pinch two fingers on the screen. • To add the document to the Start screen, tap and hold the name of the file, and then tap pin to start. • To send the document via email, tap and hold the name of the file, and then tap share.... • To share the document with related apps or accounts, tap and hold the name of the file, and then tap save to.... • To delete the document, tap and hold the name of the file, and then tap delete.... 66 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.11.3 Microsoft Word To create a Word document 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe to recent. 3 Tap > a blank Word file or a template. When you stop working on a document and go back to it later, you will be in the same place where you left off in it. 4 Type your text. • To view a specific part of the document, tap . • To add a comment, tap . • To find a word or phrase, tap . • To change the text formatting, or highlight or color text, tap . 5 To save your document, tap > save as.... 6 Tap and type a file name, set the file location, and then tap save. To edit a Word document 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe to recent or places. • When swiping to recent, skip to the step 3. • When swiping to places, go to the next step. 3 Tap the location of the file you want to view. 4 Tap a Word file you want to edit. When you stop working on a document and go back to it later, you will be in the same place where you left off in it. 5 Tap and edit the text. 6 To save your document, tap > save. 67 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.11.4 Microsoft Excel To create an Excel workbook 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe to recent. 3 Tap > a blank Excel file or a template. 4 Tap a cell or the text box, and enter values or text. • To switch between worksheets or charts in a workbook, tap . • To calculate (sum, average, etc.) numbers in a range of cells quickly, tap . • To find a word or number data, tap . • To sort numbers in a range of cells, tap . • To apply a filter to a range of cells, tap > apply filter. • To change the cell and text format, tap > format cell.... • To add a comment, tap > comment. 5 To save your workbook, tap > save as.... 6 Tap and type a file name, set the file location, and then tap save. To edit an Excel workbook 1 Tap on your Start screen or Office on the Apps screen. 2 Swipe to recent or places. • When swiping to recent, skip to the step 3. • When swiping to places, go to the next step. 3 Tap the location of the file you want to view. 4 Tap an Excel file you want to edit. When you stop working on a document and go back to it later, you will be in the same place where you left off in it. 5 Edit the values or text. 6 To save your workbook, tap > save. 68 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.11.5 Microsoft PowerPoint To view or edit a PowerPoint presentation 1 On the Start screen, tap . 2 Swipe to recent or places. • When swiping to recent, skip to the step 3. • When swiping to places, go to the next step. 3 Tap the location of the file you want to view. 4 Tap a PowerPoint file you want to edit. 5 View or edit the presentation. • To view a presentation in landscape mode, turn the device to landscape orientation. • To browse between slides, swipe left or right. • To go to a specific slide, tap > the slide you want to see. • To add a note to a slide, turn your device to portrait mode and tap the blank area under the slide. • To edit a slide, tap . 6 To save your workbook, tap > save. 7.11.6 Microsoft OneNote You can write your notes with Microsoft OneNote Mobile so you can always have your notes with you. To create a note 1 On the Apps screen, tap OneNote > . 2 Enter a title and your text. • To add a to-do list, tap . • To add other types of lists, tap . • To add a photo, tap . • To add a sound clip, tap . • To change the type of list, tap > numbered list. • To change the indent, tap > increase indent or decrease indent. • To change the text formatting, or highlight or color text, tap > format. 3 Tap the Back button twice to save the note. 69 7 Applications (for Windows) To view or edit a note 1 On the Apps screen, tap OneNote > a note. 2 View or edit the content. • To find a word or phrase, tap . • To add the note to the Start screen, tap > pin to start. • To send the note via email, tap > share.... • To delete the note, tap > delete. • To edit the note content, tap the word or object you want to edit. 3 Tap the Back button twice to save the note. If you have set up a Microsoft account on your device, your changes will be saved and synced to your default Personal (Web) notebook on OneDrive. Otherwise, your changes will be saved on your device. 7.11.7 Microsoft OneDrive You can upload and save your documents to Microsoft OneDrive. OneDrive is a cloud storage that you can use to access your documents from various devices, such as mobile phone, tablet, computer, or Xbox. You must have a Microsoft account to connect to OneDrive. To view a content on the OneDrive 1 On the Start screen, tap or on the Apps screen, tap OneDrive. 2 Swipe to any tab you want to view > a file. 3 View the contents. • To delete the file, tap . • To share the file, tap . • To download the file on the device, tap . • To change the name of file, tap . • To send the file to another folder, tap > move. • To select the app for opening the file, tap > open with. • To check the file's properties, tap > properties. • To get help for using the OneDrive, tap > send feedback. 70 7 Applications (for Windows) 7.11.8 Continuing with a Document on Another Device Upload and save your documents on OneDrive, and access your documents from any other devices. 1 When working on an Office document, tap > save as.... 2 Enter a file name, set the file location to OneDrive. 3 Tap save. You can now open the document from OneDrive on another device and continue where you left off. 7.12 Music Use this app to listen to music. Listening at a high volume for a long time may damage your hearing. You must have a Microsoft account to download music from your Xbox. 7.12.1 Playing Music On the Start screen, tap . Browse music by artist, album, song, genre or playlist. Tap a song to play it. You can listen to audio through the built-in speaker, headphones or earphones, or wireless Bluetooth stereo headphones. The following icons are used to indicate the current status on the play screen. Icon Description Shuffle is off. Shuffle is on. Repeat is off. Play all songs in the playlist only once. Repeat all songs. Repeat the current song. Play a song. Pause a song. Skip to the previous song. Tap and hold to rewind. Skip to the next song. Tap and hold to fast-forward. Open the playlist. 71


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