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PDF Content Summary: User Guide Contents Essentials Basic Gestures 1 System Navigation 4 Phone Clone 6 Lock and Unlock Your Screen 7 NÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn and Status Icons 8 Shortcut Switches 9 Home Screen Widgets 11 Set Your Wallpaper 12 Screenshots&Screen Recording 12 View and Clear NÑì²fi”†ì²Ñnä 17 Adjust Sound Settings 18 Enter Text 19 Split-screen Mode&Floating Window 19 Power On and Kff or Restart Your Device 22 Charging 22 Smart Features AI Lens 25 Huawei Share OneHop 25 Huawei Share 28 Digital Car Key 33 Camera and Gallery Launch Camera 35 Take Photos 36 Shoot in Portrait, Night, and Wide Aperture Modes 38 Take Wide-Angle or Long-Focus Photos 41 Take Panoramic Photos 41 Light Painting 42 Take HDR Photos 44 Moving Pictures 44 Add Stickers to Photos 45 Documents Mode 45 Pro Mode 46 Record Videos 49 Leica Colors 49 Edit Camera Modes 49 Adjust Camera Settings 50 Manage Gallery 51 Gallery Smart Categorisation 58 i Contents Huawei Vlog Editor 59 Huawei Vlogs 61 Highlights 61 Apps Apps 64 Contacts 64 Phone 68 Calendar 76 Clock 78 Notepad 79 Recorder 81 Email 83 Calculator 86 Torch 87 Mirror 88 App Twin 88 Quickly Access Frequently Used App Features 88 Optimizer 89 Phone Clone 93 Tips 94 Settings Search for Items in Settings 95 Wi-Fi 95 Bluetooth 96 Mobile Data 98 More Connections 102 Home Screen&Wallpaper 110 Display&Brightness 112 Sounds&Vibration 114 NÑì²fi”†ì²Ñnä 117 Biometrics&Password 118 Apps 122 Battery 122 Storage 124 Security 125 Privacy 128 Digital Balance 131 Accessibility Features 133 Users&Accounts 134 System&Updates 137 About Phone 140 ii Essentials Basic Gestures Basic Gestures System Navigation Gestures Go to Settings > System & updates > System navigation and select Gestures. Back Swipe inward from the left or right edges to return to the previous screen. Back to the home screen Swipe up from the bottom to go to the home screen. View recent tasks Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and hold to view recent tasks. Close an app On the Recent tasks screen, swipe up on an app preview to close the app. Access in-app menus In applicable third-party apps, swipe inward from the left or right edge near the top of the screen. 1 Essentials Knuckle Gestures Go to Settings > Accessibility features > Motion control > Take screenshot to enable Smart screenshot. Take a screenshot Knock twice on the screen with a knuckle to take a screenshot. Take a scrollshot Knock on the screen with a knuckle and draw an "S" to take a scrolling screenshot. Capture part of the screen Knock and draw an enclosed area with a knuckle to capture part of the screen. Record screen Knock twice on the screen with two knuckles to start or end a screen recording. Split screen Firmly draw a line across the screen with a knuckle to enter split-screen mode. More Gestures Access Home screen editing mode Pinch two finªžàä together on the home screen. 2

Display the shortcut panel on the lock screen Swipe up from the bottom of the lock screen. Display the search bar Swipe down on the home screen. Open the ÊÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊ panel Swipe down from the status bar. Button Shortcuts Power Ñff and restart Press and hold the Power button until the Power Ñff and Restart options appear. Increase the volume Press the Volume up button. Decrease the volume Press the Volume down button. Essentials 3

Essentials Take a screenshot Press the Volume down and Power buttons simultaneously. Ultra snapshot Double-press the Volume down button when the screen is Ñff or locked to take a photo. System Navigation Change the Navigation Mode Go to Settings > System & updates > System navigation to select a navigation mode according to your preferences. Navigate with Gestures Go to Settings > System & updates > System navigation, and enable or disable Gestures. Once Gestures has been enabled, you can: • Go back to the previous screen: Swipe inward from the left or right edge. • Return to the home screen: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen. • Access the recent tasks screen: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and hold. • Close an app from the recent tasks screen: Swipe up on an app preview. • Access in-app menus: In applicable third-party apps, swipe inward from the left or right edge near the top of the screen. Three-Key Navigation Go to Settings > System & updates > System navigation, and select Three-key navigation. 4 Essentials Touch Settings to select the navigation key combination you prefer. The icons on the navigation bar are as follows: • : Back key to return to the previous screen, exit an app, or close the onscreen keyboard. • : Home key to return to the home screen. • : Recents key to display the recent tasks screen. Touch and hold it to access Split-screen mode. • : NÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn key to open the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel. Customise the Navigation Key Combination Go to Three-key navigation > Settings. You can: • Select a navigation key combination. • Enable Hide navigation keys to allow you to hide the navigation bar when not in use. Navigation Dock Go to Settings > System & updates > System navigation > Navigation dock, and enable Navigation Dock. 5 Essentials After the Navigation dock button appears, you can: • Drag the button to your desired position. • Touch the button to go back. • Double-touch the button to go back two steps. • Touch and hold the button, then release it to go back to the home screen. • Touch and hold the button, then swipe left or right to view recent tasks. Phone Clone Phone Clone 1 On your new device, open Phone Clone (in the Tools folder by default). Alternatively, go to Settings > System & updates > Phone Clone, touch This is the new phone, then touch Huawei or Other Android. 2 Follow the onscreen instructions to download and install Phone Clone on your old device. 3 On your old device, open Phone Clone and touch This is the old phone. Follow the onscreen instructions to connect your old device with your new device by scanning a code or connecting manually. 6 Essentials 4 On your old device, select the data you want to clone, then touch Transfer to start cloning. Phone Clone is only available on devices running Android 4.4 or later. Clone Data from an iPhone or iPad 1 On your new device, open Phone Clone (in the Tools folder by default). Alternatively, go to Settings > System & updates > Phone Clone, touch This is the new phone, then touch iPhone/iPad. 2 Follow the onscreen instructions to download and install Phone Clone on your old device. 3 On your old device, open Phone Clone and touch This is the old phone. Follow the onscreen instructions to connect your old device with your new device by scanning a code or connecting manually. 4 On your old device, select the data you want to clone, then follow the onscreen instructions to complete the data cloning. Phone Clone is only available on devices running iOS 8.0 or later. Lock and Unlock Your Screen Lock and Unlock Your Screen Lock the Screen If your device remains inactive for a period of time, it will automatically lock the screen and enter sleep mode to save power. Alternative, you can manually lock the screen in either of the following ways: • Press the Power button. • On the home screen, pinch two finªžàä together to enter screen editing mode. Touch Widgets, then drag the Screen Lock icon to the home screen. You can now touch the Screen Lock icon to lock the screen. Set the Screen Timeout Period Go to Settings > Display & brightness > Sleep and select a screen timeout period. Wake Screen You can turn on the screen in either of the following ways: • Press the Power button. • Go to Settings > Accessibility features > Motion control > Raise and enable Wake device. 7 Essentials Enter the Password to Unlock the Screen Once the screen is turned on, swipe from any position on the screen to display the password input panel. Then enter your lock screen password. Use Face Unlock Lift your device and align it with your face. Your device will unlock once your face is recognised. Unlock Your Device with Your Fingerprint Press an enroled finªžà against the finªžàÝà²nì sensor to unlock your device. Change the Lock Screen Display Go to Settings > Home screen & wallpaper, touch Lock screen signature, then type text to display on the lock screen. To remove the signature, touch Lock screen signature and delete the text. Access Apps from the Lock Screen You can access commonly used apps such as Camera, Recorder, and Calculator from the lock screen. • On the lock screen, swipe up on the icon to open Camera. • On the lock screen, swipe up from the bottom of the lock screen to open the shortcut panel. Shortcuts for Recorder, Torch, Calculator, and Timer will be available for you to choose from. EÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊ and Status Icons EÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊ and Status Icons Network status icons may vary according to your region or network service provider. Supported functions vary according to the device model. Some of the following icons may not be applicable to your device. 5G network connected 4G network connected 3G network connected 2G network connected Full signal strength Roaming Data saver enabled SIM card not found Hotspot enabled Hotspot connected 8 Essentials Calling VoLTE enabled Wi-Fi network connected SkyTone in use Hotspot disconnectedNetwork being switched by Wi-Fi + Airplane mode enabled Alarms set Battery empty Battery low Charging Quick charging Super charging Power saving mode enabled Bluetooth enabled Bluetooth device battery Bluetooth device connected VPN connected Driving mode Projection device connected Location service enabled Eye comfort mode enabled Headset connectedHeadset with a microphone connected Missed call Unread SMS Microphone disabled Muted More nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñnä Vibrate only NFC enabled Do Not Disturb mode enabled Data syncing Data sync failed Performance mode enabled New emails Event reminders Digital balance enabled Shortcut Switches 9 Essentials Shortcut Switches Turn on a Shortcut Switch Swipe down from the status bar to open the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel, then swipe down on it again to show all shortcuts. • Touch a shortcut switch to enable or disable the corresponding feature. • Touch and hold a shortcut switch to enter the settings screen for that feature. • Touch to open Settings. Customise Shortcut Switches Touch , touch and hold an icon, then drag it to the desired position. 10 Essentials Home Screen Widgets Home Screen Widgets You can add, move, or delete home screen widgets, such as Screen lock, Weather, Notepad, Clock, Contacts, and Calendar, according to your personal requirements. Add a Widget to the Home Screen 1 Pinch two finªžàä on the home screen to access Home screen settings mode. 2 Touch Widgets, then swipe left to view all widgets. 3 Some widgets, like Weather, come in various formats. Touch the widget to view all formats, then swipe right to return. 4 Touch a widget to add it to the home screen. If there is no room on the current screen page, touch and hold it, then drag it to a š²ffžàžnì screen page. Move or Delete a Widget Touch and hold a widget on your home screen until your device vibrates, then drag it to the desired position or touch Remove. 11 Essentials Set Your Wallpaper Set Your Wallpaper Use a Preset Wallpaper 1 Go to Settings > Home screen & wallpaper > Wallpaper. 2 Touch an image you want to set as the wallpaper. 3 Set the following according to your preferences: • Blur: applies a blur žffž”ìȀ which can be adjusted by dragging the slider. • Scrollable: enables the wallpaper to be scrollable on the home screen. 4 Touch , then determine whether you'd like to set the image as Lock screen, Home screen, or both. Screenshots&Screen Recording Take a Screenshot Use Your Knuckle to Take a Screenshot 1 Go to Settings > Accessibility features > Motion control > Take screenshot, and ensure that Smart screenshot is enabled. 2 Knock the screen twice in quick succession with one knuckle to take a screenshot. Use a Key Combination to Take a Screenshot Press and hold the Power and Volume down buttons simultaneously to take a screenshot. Use a Shortcut to Take a Screenshot Swipe down from the status bar to open the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel, then swipe down on it again to show all shortcuts. Touch to take a screenshot. Share and Edit a Screenshot, or Switch to Scrollshot 12 Essentials After you take a screenshot, a thumbnail will display in the lower left corner of the screen. Then you can: • Swipe down on the thumbnail to take a scrolling screenshot. • Swipe up on the thumbnail to select a sharing mode and share the screenshot with your friends. • Touch the thumbnail to edit or delete it. Screenshots are saved to Gallery by default. Use Your Knuckle to Take a Scrolling Screenshot 13 Essentials 1 Knock the screen with a knuckle and hold to draw an "S". The screen will automatically scroll down to the bottom for you to capture the entire page. 2 You can touch the screen at any point to stop the screenshot. Take a Partial Screenshot 14 Essentials 1 Knock the screen with a knuckle and hold to draw an outline around the part of the screen that you want to capture. Make sure that your knuckle does not leave the screen. 2 The screen will display the movement trajectory of your knuckle and take a screenshot of the selected area. Then you can: • Drag the frame to the desired position or resize it. • Touch a shape icon at the top of the screen to determine the shape of the partial screenshot. 3 Touch to save the screenshot. Record the Screen Record your screen activities in sharable videos to compose a tutorial, show Ñff your awesome gaming skills, and a lot more. 15 Essentials Use a Key Combination to Start Screen Recording

Press and hold the Power and Volume up buttons simultaneously to start screen recording. To stop recording, press and hold both buttons again. Use a Shortcut to Start Screen Recording 1 Swipe down from the status bar to open the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel, then swipe down on it again to show all shortcuts. 2 Touch Screen Recorder to start screen recording. 3 To stop the recording, touch the timer at the top of the screen. 4 The recording will be saved to Gallery. Use Two Knuckles to Start Screen Recording 1 Go to Settings > Accessibility features > Motion control > Take screenshot, and ensure that Smart screenshot is enabled. 2 Knock the screen twice in quick succession with two knuckles to start screen recording. To stop recording, knock twice again. Record Your Voice During Screen Recording You can enable the microphone to record your voice while recording the screen. 16

Essentials Once you have started a screen recording, touch the microphone icon and ensure that it is displayed as . Your voice can then also be recorded. If the microphone is disabled (i.e. if it is displayed as ), you will only be able to record system sounds (such as gameplay sounds). If you want the screen to be recorded in silence, mute your device and turn Ñff the music and any other media sound before starting the screen recording. View and Clear EÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊä View and Clear EÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊä View EÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊä When there is a nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn reminder, you can turn on the screen and swipe down from the status bar to open the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel and view the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñnȇ Clear EÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊä • Swipe right on a nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn reminder to clear the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñnȇ 17 Essentials • Touch at the bottom of the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel to clear all nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñnäȇ Adjust Sound Settings Adjust Sound Settings Press a Volume Button to Adjust the Volume Press the Volume up or down button to adjust the volume. Press the Power Button to Mute Your Device When It Rings When your device rings for an incoming call or alarm, you can press the Power button to mute it. Set the Default Volume Go to Settings > Sounds & vibration, then you can set the volume for the following items: • Media (video, games, music, and more) • Ringtones 18 Essentials • Alarms • Calls Use a Shortcut to Switch Between Ring, Vibrating, or Mute Mode 1 Swipe down from the status bar to open the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel, then swipe down on it again to show all shortcuts. 2 Touch the Sound, Silent, or Vibration icon to switch between š²ffžàžnì modes. Enter Text Edit Text You can select text displayed on your screen, copy or cut it to the clipboard, then paste it somewhere else. You can also share it in multiple ways. 1 Touch and hold the text until appears. 2 Drag and to select the text you need, or touch Select all to select all the text. 3 Touch Copy or Cut according to your requirement. 4 Touch and hold the point where you want to paste the text, then touch Paste. Split-screen Mode&Floating Window Split-screen Mode You can split the screen of your device to use two apps simultaneously. 19 Essentials Enable Split-screen Mode Certain apps do not support Split-screen mode. 1 Open an app. 2 Enable Split-screen mode using any of the following methods: • Swipe up from the middle of the screen with three finªžàäȇ 20 Essentials • When using gesture navigation, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and hold to enter the Recent tasks screen. Then touch in the upper right corner of the app preview. • When using three-key navigation, touch and hold the key. • Knock the screen with a knuckle and hold it until a blue dot appears, then slide your knuckle across the screen to enable Split-screen mode. 3 Open another app to start multitasking. Adjust the Size of the Split-screen Panes Drag in the middle of the split screen line to the desired position on the screen. This feature can only be used when your device is in the portrait orientation. Switch the Split-screen Panes If the home screen is displayed in either of the split-screen panes, you won't be able to switch the panes. Touch in the middle of the split screen line, then touch . 21 Essentials Disable Split-screen Mode Touch in the middle of the split screen line, then touch . Power On and Kff or Restart Your Device Power On and Kff or Restart Your Device Power Your Device On and Kff To power Ñff your device, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds, touch Power Ñff and Touch to power Ñff. To power on your device, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds until your device vibrates and displays the logo. Restart Your Device Restart your device on a regular basis to clear the cache and keep the device in an optimal state. A restart can sometimes resolve the issue when your device encounters a problem. Just press and hold the Power button for a few seconds, then touch Restart and Touch to restart. Force Restart Your Device If your device isn't working or won't turn Ñff normally, you can force restart it. Just press and hold the Power button for 10 seconds or longer. Charging Charge Your Device Your device will alert you when it is running out of power. Please make sure to charge your device in time to prevent it from turning Ñff automatically when the power runs out. Precautions for Charging • Charge your device using the standard adapter and USB cable that came with your device. Using other chargers or USB cables may cause repeated restarts, slow charging, overheating, or other undesirable žffž”ìäȇ • Your device will automatically run a safety check when a charger or other device is connected to the USB port. If moisture is detected in the USB port, your device will automatically activate safety measures and stop charging. Disconnect your device from the USB port and wait until the USB port is dry. • The time required to fully charge the battery depends on the ambient temperature and age of the battery. 22 Essentials • Batteries have a limited number of charge cycles. When the battery life becomes noticeably shorter, go to an authorised Huawei Customer Service Centre to replace the battery. • Do not cover your device or charger during charging. • Your device may heat up when you have been using it for an extended period of time, especially in high temperatures. In this case, stop charging, disable some features, and move your device to a cool place. • Please do not use your device while it is charging. • If your device does not respond after you press and hold the Power button, the battery may have run out. Charge for 10 minutes and then power it on. Using the Charger that Came with Your Device 1 Use the USB cable that came with your device to connect your device and the adapter. 2 Plug the adapter into a power socket. Charging Your Device With a PC 1 Connect your device to a PC or other device using a USB cable. 2 When the Use USB to dialog box is displayed on your device, touch Charge only. If another option has been set previously, the dialog box will not pop up. Swipe down from the status bar to open the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel, touch Settings, then select Charge only. Overview of Battery Icons You can check the battery level from the battery icon on the device screen. Battery Icon Battery Level Less than 4% battery remaining Charging, less than 10% battery remaining Charging, 10% to 90% battery remaining Charging, at least 90% battery remaining If 100% is displayed next to the battery icon, or a charging complete message is displayed on the lock screen, the battery is fully charged. Reverse Charging with an OTG Cable On-The-Go (OTG) is a USB transmitting technology that allows a device to directly access fiÞä on a USB fl†ä¯ drive or digital camera, or connect to an external device such as a keyboard or mouse, with the help of an OTG cable. 23 Essentials You can use your device to charge other devices using an OTG cable. 1 Connect your device with the device to be charged using an OTG cable. 2 When the Use USB to dialog box is displayed on your device, touch Reverse charge. If another option has been set previously, the dialog box will not pop up. Swipe down from the status bar to open the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel, touch Settings, and then select Reverse charge. 3 Follow the onscreen instructions on the device to be charged to start charging. 24 Smart Features AI Lens Scan Codes HiVision can read various QR codes and instantly direct you to the corresponding app screen. 1 Open the camera, touch , then touch . 2 Place the QR code within the scan frame and wait for it to be recognised. Scan to Shop The Shopping feature of HiVision lets you scan goods to get purchase recommendations for similar items online. 1 Open the camera, touch , then touch . 2 Frame the target object in the v²žwfinšžàȇ You will be given purchase recommendations once the object has been recognised. You can also touch to take a photo, which will be recognised automatically. Huawei Share OneHop Use Huawei Share OneHop to Transfer Files You can quickly transfer fiÞä between your device and laptop with just one touch without the hassle of using cables and third-party apps. Currently, Huawei Share OneHop is supported on Huawei or Honor laptops with the Huawei Share icon or Magic-link icon and installed with version 9.1 or later of PC Manager. Connect Your Device and Laptop with a Tap 1 Open PC Manager on your laptop, and agree to the End User Licence Agreement (EULA). 2 Swipe down from the status bar to open the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel, then swipe down further to display all shortcut switches. Then enable NFC, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. 3 Hold the NFC area (around the rear camera of your device) against the Huawei Share icon (or Magic-link icon) on your laptop until your device vibrates or plays a nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn sound. 4 Follow the onscreen instructions on your device and laptop to complete the connection. Share Pictures and Videos with One Tap 25 Smart Features • Share pictures and videos from your device to your laptop: 1 Select one or more pictures or videos from Gallery on your device. 2 Tap the NFC area of your device against the Huawei Share (or Magic-link) icon on the laptop and hold it there until your device makes a sound or vibrates. The selected pictures or videos will be transferred to your laptop. If you want to identify, copy, or save text in the received picture on the laptop, click the picture to display the image viewer, then click to identify text and generate a text fiÞȇ • Share pictures from your laptop to your device: 1 Right-click an individual picture fiÞ on your laptop, and open it with Huawei Image viewer. 2 If you exit Gallery or return to the home screen on your device, the picture open on your laptop will be transferred to your device when you tap it against your laptop (as instructed above). This feature is also supported by HUAWEI MateBooks or HONOR MagicBooks running PC Manager 9.0 and with the Huawei Share or Magic-link icon. Record Your Laptop Screen Ever wanted to show Ñff your gaming skills or share video clips from your laptop, but never found a convenient way to do so? Huawei Share OneHop enables an instant connection 26 Smart Features between your device and laptop, letting you record your laptop screen on your device with a single tap. 1 Shake your device, then immediately hold its NFC area against the Huawei Share label or Magic-link label on the laptop until your device vibrates or plays a nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn sound. The laptop screen will then be projected to your device and the recording will start. You can record for a maximum of 60 seconds. 2 Touch on your device to stop the recording. The screen recording will be saved to Gallery. The Huawei Share OneHop feature is currently supported on Intel laptops only. Share Files 27 Smart Features • From device to laptop 1 Use Microsoft Kffi”ž to open a fiÞ you want to share on your device. 2 Hold the NFC area of your device against the Huawei Share icon (or Magic-link icon) on your laptop until your device vibrates or plays a nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn sound. • From laptop to device 1 Open a fiÞ you want to share using Microsoft Kffi”ž on your laptop. 2 Exit Microsoft Kffi”ž or return to the home screen on your device, then tap your device against the laptop (as instructed above). You can then transfer the fiÞ open in Microsoft Kffi”ž on your laptop to your device. Copy Clipboard Text 1 Open PC Manager on the laptop, select My Phone, click Enable, then follow the onscreen instructions to allow the laptop to access data on your device. 2 You can then copy and paste text on the clipboard to your device or laptop. 3 Touch the PC Manager icon in the lower right corner of the laptop desktop, and select Clipboard to view the recently copied text. Huawei Share 28

Huawei Share Smart Features

Huawei Share is a wireless sharing technology that allows you to quickly transfer images, videos, documents, and other types of fiÞä between devices. This technology relies on Bluetooth to discover nearby devices, and uses Wi-Fi Direct to transfer fiÞä without using mobile data. Enable or Disable Huawei Share You can enable or disable Huawei Share in either of the following ways: • Swipe down from the status bar to open the nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn panel, then touch to enable or disable Huawei Share. Touch and hold the switch to enter the Huawei Share settings screen. • Go to Settings > More connections > Huawei Share, enable or disable Huawei Share. Enabling Huawei Share automatically turns on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Quickly Share Files Between Your Devices Using Huawei Share You can use Huawei Share to quickly share fiÞä between Huawei devices. The recipient can preview the fiÞä before they are sent, then view the full content of the fiÞä once they have been received. For example, the recipient can view received pictures or videos in Gallery. 29 Smart Features 1 On the recipient device, enable Huawei Share. 2 On the sending device, touch and hold a fiÞȀ select the fiÞä you want to share, then touch . Touch Huawei Share, then touch the icon of the recipient device to send the fiÞȇ Operations may vary if you are sharing fiÞä from apps directly. 3 On the recipient device, touch Accept to accept the transfer. To view the fiÞä received, go to Files, then go to Internal storage > Huawei Share on the Categories tab. Received pictures or videos can also be found in Gallery > Albums > Huawei Share. Share Files Between Your Device and Computer You can use Huawei Share to quickly and easily share fiÞä wirelessly between your device and a computer. 30 Smart Features 1 Make sure your device and computer are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. If the computer is a MateBook (PC Manager earlier than version 9.1), this is not necessary. All you need to do is make sure its Wi-Fi and Bluetooth switches are enabled. 2 On your device, enter the Huawei Share settings screen, and enable Huawei Share and Computer share. 3 Record the Name shown on computers and the user name and password under vžà²fi”†ì²ÑÊ on computers. 4 On your computer, go to: • Windows: Computer > Network • mac OS (mac OS 10.8 or later): Finder > Go to > Network 5 On your computer, double-click the name of your device, and enter the user name and password recorded earlier. 6 Open a folder of your device such as the Internal storage folder, then view, edit, or copy fiÞä from the folder to the computer, or copy fiÞä from the computer to this folder to store them in your device. You can also edit the fiÞä in this folder on your computer, and the changes will be synced to your device automatically. Similarly, if you edit any fiÞä on your device, the changes will be synced to your computer as well. 31 Smart Features One-Touch Printing with Huawei Share When a printer that supports Huawei Share is nearby, you can use Huawei Share to finš the printer and print out pictures or PDF fiÞä from your device. 1 Depending on the type of printer, ensure the following: • Wi-Fi capable printers: The printer must be powered on and connected to the same network as your device. • Wi-Fi Direct capable printers: The printer must be powered on and have Wi-Fi Direct enabled. • Bluetooth capable printers: The printer must be powered on and discoverable. 2 On your device, preview the fiÞ to be printed, then go to Share > Huawei Share. 3 Once the printer has been discovered, touch its name on your device, and adjust settings on the preview screen. Then touch PRINT to print. If you are connecting a Bluetooth printer to your device for the fiàäì time, finš the printer on your device, touch the printer name, then press and hold the Power button on the printer for about 1 second to ”Ñnfiàm the connection. For a list of supported printers, touch Learn more on the Huawei Share sharing screen, swipe left on the screen, then touch What printers are supported? to see the list. 32 Smart Features Digital Car Key Turn Your Device into a Car Key Your device can now be used to open and start your car. You can also share and revoke digital car keys at any time to minimise security risks. The digital key data is saved in the security chip of the device, meaning it cannot be stolen or copied. Even if your device powers Ñff due to low battery, it can still be used to open and start your car within 24 hours of shutdown. 1 Download the vehicle manufacturer's app on your device, such as My Audi, then activate the car key on your device with the help of the customer service personnel of the vehicle manufacturer or authorised car dealership. 2 On your device, go to Settings > More connections > NFC, open NFC, then set the vehicle manufacturer's app as the Default app. 3 To unlock your car, hold the NFC area (located by the rear camera) of your device near the car door handle. 4 To start your car, place your device in the wireless charging shelf and press the start button on the car. Once your car has started, you can remove your device from the wireless charging shelf. 5 To lock your car, close the door when you get out, then hold the NFC area of your device near the car door handle. 33 Smart Features • Currently, this feature is only available on selected Audi models. For details, contact Audi customer service or go to the authorised car dealership for assistance. • If your device is lost, you can revoke your digital key from your car or the vehicle manufacturer's app or website. You can also share multiple secondary keys with others on your device via your vehicle manufacturer's app. For details, see the user guide of your car. 34

Camera and Gallery Launch Camera Launch Camera There are multiple ways to open the Camera app. From the Home Screen From the home screen, open Camera. From the Lock Screen When the screen is locked, turn on the screen, then swipe up on the camera icon in the lower right corner to open the camera. Using Ultra Snapshot When enabled, simply double-press the Volume down button to open the camera when the screen is Ñffȇ 35

Camera and Gallery 1 Open Camera. 2 Go to > Ultra snapshot and select Open Camera or Take a snapshot. 3 You can now open the camera or take a snapshot without unlocking your screen. Take Photos Take Photos 1 Open Camera. 2 You can then: • Focus: Touch where you want to focus. 36 Camera and Gallery To adjust focus and metering separately, touch and hold the v²žwfinšžà and drag the individual frame or ring to the desired location. • Adjust brightness: Touch the v²žwfinšžàȇ When the symbol appears next to the focus frame, drag it up or down. • Zoom in or out: On the v²žwfinšžàȀ pinch in or out, or drag the zoom slider. • Select a camera mode: Swipe left or right across the camera mode options. • Turn the fl†ä¯ on or Ñffǿ Touch and select (Auto), (On), (Kff)Ȁ or (Always on). Some features are only available when using the rear camera. 3 Touch to take a photo. Take Burst Photos Use Burst mode to take a sequence of photos in quick succession so you can choose the best one. Burst shooting is only available when using the rear camera. 1 Open Camera and select Photo mode. 2 Touch and hold or press and hold one of the Volume buttons to take a burst photo. When shooting, you'll see a counter, which indicates how many photos you've taken so far. 3 Lift your finªžà to stop shooting. Once you have fin²ä¯žšȀ select photos you want to keep from the burst. 1 Open Gallery. 2 Touch a burst photo (which will be tagged with ), then touch . 3 Swipe through the burst photos, select the ones you want to keep, then touch and follow the onscreen instructions. 4 To delete the whole burst photo, touch and hold to select the photo, then touch . Take Burst Photos Use Burst mode to take a sequence of photos in quick succession so you can choose the best one. Burst shooting is only available when using the rear camera. 1 Open Camera and select Photo mode. 2 Touch and hold to take a burst photo. 37 Camera and Gallery When shooting, you'll see a counter, which indicates how many photos you've taken so far. 3 Lift your finªžà to stop shooting. Once you have fin²ä¯žšȀ select photos you want to keep from the burst. 1 Open Gallery. 2 Touch a burst photo (which will be tagged with ), then touch . 3 Swipe through the burst photos, select the ones you want to keep, then touch and follow the onscreen instructions. 4 To delete the whole burst photo, touch and hold to select the photo, then touch . Take Timed Photos The camera timer allows you to set a time delay so you can get into position after you have touched the shutter button. 1 Open Camera. 2 Go to > Timer and select a delay option. 3 Return to the v²žwfinšžà and touch the shutter button. Your device will take a photo when the countdown ends. Use Audio Control to Take Photos You can use your voice to take photos without having to touch the shutter button. 1 Open Camera. 2 Go to > Audio control, enable Audio control, and select an audio control option. 3 Go back to the v²žwfinšžàȀ then say your command to take a photo. Shoot in Portrait, Night, and Wide Aperture Modes Shoot in Portrait, Night, and Wide Aperture Modes Use Portrait Mode to Shoot Portraits Portrait mode lets you apply beauty, lighting, and blur žffž”ìä to your photos to shoot stunning portraits. 38 Camera and Gallery 1 Open Camera and select Portrait mode. 2 Frame your subject in the v²žwfinšžàȇ To take a äžÃfižȀ touch . 3 You can also: • Enable beauty žffž”ìǿ Touch and drag the slider to adjust beauty settings. A larger value will produce a more distinct beauty žffž”ìȇ To disable the beauty žffž”ìȀ drag each setting to its lowest value. • Set blur and lighting žffž”ìäǿ Touch and select blur and lighting žffž”ìä to your liking. 4 Touch to take a photo. Take Night Shots Night mode solves the issues caused by low light and night shooting to give your photos sharper details and brighter colours. You can also use Night mode when shooting backlit subjects and scenes with flÑw²nª water, such as waterfalls, to create a better contrast or a smooth, silky water žffž”ìȇ 39 Camera and Gallery 1 Open Camera and select Night mode. 2 If you are using the rear camera, touch on the v²žwfinšžà to adjust the ISO sensitivity or to adjust the shutter speed. 3 Keep your device steady and touch . 4 Your device will adjust the exposure time based on the ambient brightness. Keep your device steady. Do not stop shooting before the countdown fin²ä¯žä or your photos may come out blurry. Shoot Wide Aperture Photos and Videos Wide aperture mode allows you to shoot photos and videos where the background is blurred while your subject remains in sharp focus. 1 Open Camera and select Aperture mode. 2 Touch where you want to focus. For best results, your device needs to be within 2 meters (about 7 ft.) of your subject. 3 Touch in the v²žwfinšžà and drag the slider to adjust aperture settings. A smaller aperture value will create a more blurred background. 40 Camera and Gallery 4 Touch the shutter button to shoot a photo or video. When recording, touch the v²žwfinšžà to adjust the focus. Edit Background Blur in Wide Aperture Photos You can adjust the focus and background blur after you've taken a wide aperture photo. 1 Go to Gallery > Albums > Camera. 2 Touch a photo tagged with , then touch at the top of the photo. 3 Follow the instructions to touch the photo to re-focus. Drag the slider at the bottom to adjust the aperture. 4 Touch to save the settings. Take Wide-Angle or Long-Focus Photos Take Wide-Angle or Long-Focus Photos The zoom capabilities of your device's camera allow you to capture more of a scene, or distant vistas. Take Wide-Angle Photos 1 Open Camera and select Photo mode. 2 Turn on to enable Master AI. 3 Aim the camera at the building you want to take a photo of. If the camera does not automatically recommend Wide mode, you can drag the zoom slider in the v²žwfinšžàȀ or pinch or spread two finªžàä to adjust the zoom level. A smaller value will result in a wider fižÃš of view. 4 Touch to take a photo. You will not be able to adjust the zoom when the resolution is set to the maximum. Take Long-Focus Photos 1 Open Camera and select Photo mode. 2 Aim the camera at the distant object you want to shoot. Drag the zoom slider, or pinch or spread two finªžàä to adjust the zoom. You will not be able to adjust the zoom when the resolution is set to the maximum. 3 In the v²žwfinšžàȀ touch where you want to focus. When the camera is in focus, touch . Take Panoramic Photos 41

Take Panoramic Photos Camera and Gallery

Add breadth to your landscape or group photos with the Panorama feature. The camera takes multiple photos of objects within your fižÃš of view and stitches them together into a single panoramic photo. Use the Rear Camera to Take Panoramic Photos 1 Go to Camera > More and select Panorama mode. 2 Touch at the bottom of the v²žwfinšžà to set the pan direction. 3 Point the camera at your starting point, then touch to start shooting. 4 Slowly move the camera in the direction of the arrow displayed on the screen. Keep your device steady and the arrow on the centre line the entire time. 5 Touch when you are fin²ä¯žšȇ Use the Front Camera to Take Panoramic ^žÃfižä 1 In Panorama mode, touch to switch to the front camera. 2 Point the camera at the centre of your shot, then touch to take the fiàäì photo. 3 Turn the camera to the left and right slowly as instructed. When the two frames on the v²žwfinšžà overlap, the camera will automatically take the second and third photos. After the three photos are taken, the camera will automatically combine them into a panoramic photo. Light Painting Light Painting Light painting helps you capture light trails by allowing the shutter to stay open for a longer time. No manual aperture and shutter adjustment is involved. Just choose from the available options depending on the subjects and light conditions. To reduce camera shake, a tripod is recommended to steady your device. 42 Camera and Gallery Capture Car Light Trails in fà†ffi” Trails Mode fà†ffi” trails mode lets you create artistic photos of car tail lights at night. 1 Go to Camera > More > Light painting > fà†ffi” trails. 2 Find a spot where you'll see the light trails created by cars from a distance. Ensure that car headlights do not point directly at the camera, as this can overexpose the image. 3 Touch to start shooting. Observe the shot in the v²žwfinšžàȇ When the exposure is just right, touch to fin²ä¯ shooting. Capture Light Drawings in Light 'à†ffiì² Mode Light ªà†ffiì² lets you create patterns or write words by moving a light source in front of the camera. 1 Go to Camera > More > Light painting > Light ªà†ffiì². 2 In a dark environment without distracting light sources, move a suitably bright light source of an appropriate colour, such as a small torch or glow stick, in front of the camera. Avoid exaggerated body movement as this may †ffž”ì the shooting results. 3 Touch to start shooting. Observe the shot in the v²žwfinšžàȇ When the exposure is just right, touch to fin²ä¯ shooting. 43 Camera and Gallery Capture Rivers and Waterfalls in Silky Water Mode Silky water lets you capture silky smooth photographs of waterfalls and rivers. 1 Go to Camera > More > Light painting > Silky water. 2 This feature works best when taking photos of a stream or waterfall where the water is flÑw²nª heavily. 3 Touch to start shooting. Observe the shot in the v²žwfinšžàȇ When the exposure is just right, touch to fin²ä¯ shooting. Capture the Beauty of the Stars in Star Track Mode Star track lets you use your camera to capture the movement of the stars in the night sky. 1 Go to Camera > More > Light painting > Star trails. 2 For best results, choose a clear night in a location free of light pollution and with an unobstructed view of the sky. 3 Touch to start shooting. Observe the shot in the v²žwfinšžàȇ When the exposure is just right, touch to fin²ä¯ shooting. Take HDR Photos Take HDR Photos When shooting photos with backlighting or a high light contrast, High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode can help you improve light and shadow žffž”ìä in your photos, giving your photos sharper details. Use HDR with the Rear Camera 1 Go to Camera > More and select HDR. 2 Steady your device, with the help of a tripod if necessary. 3 Touch to take a photo. Moving Pictures Moving Pictures Moving pictures capture a second of movement and sound before you touch the shutter button, and a second after. Take Moving Pictures Go to Camera > More > Moving picture and touch to take a photo. 44 Camera and Gallery Play Moving Pictures Moving pictures are saved in JPG format in Gallery.

Go to Gallery > Albums > Camera, touch a moving picture, then touch at the top of the picture to view it. The moving picture will automatically stop after a complete playback. You can also touch the screen to stop the playback. Share Moving Pictures Go to Gallery > Albums > Camera, touch and hold to select the moving picture you want to share, then touch to share it. • Moving pictures can be shared through Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth, Huawei Share, and more. In order to play the moving picture žffž”ìȀ the receiving device must be a Huawei or Honor device that can take moving pictures. • If you share moving pictures to third-party apps or incompatible devices, moving pictures will be displayed as static images. Add Stickers to Photos Add Stickers to Photos Add a watermark, such as time, location, weather, or mood, to spice up your photo. 1 Go to Camera > More > Stickers. If this mode is not there, touch and then download Stickers. 2 Touch and select a watermark. The selected watermark will be displayed in the v²žwfinšžàȇ 3 Drag the watermark to change its position. You can also edit the text of some types of watermarks. 4 Touch to take a photo. Documents Mode Documents Mode Images shot at an angle always äñffžà from the problem of perspective. If you aren't able to take a perfectly straight photo of a document, use Documents mode. The camera will automatically adjust skewed images shot in Documents mode. 45

Camera and Gallery Shoot Photos in Documents Mode

1 Go to Camera > More > Documents. If this mode is not there, touch and then download Documents. 2 Frame the document you want to shoot in the v²žwfinšžàȀ such as a presentation slide on a projector or a street poster. Then touch . 3 The camera then automatically ²šžnì²fižä the text area within the v²žwfinšžà and unskews the image. Adjust the Text Area If you finš the skew correction provided by Documents mode unsatisfactory, you can also manually adjust the text area. This is only available for photos taken in Documents mode. 1 Go to Gallery > Albums > Camera, then touch the photo you wish to adjust. 2 Touch above the photo. 3 Drag the four corners to customise the correction area. Then touch . Pro Mode Pro Mode Pro mode lets you finžȝìñnž photos and videos and gives you full control over metering, ISO sensitivity, exposure, and more when shooting. Some of the above settings are not available when you shoot videos in Pro mode. 46

Camera and Gallery 1 Open Camera and select Pro mode. 2 Customise camera settings to shoot unique and professional-looking photos. You can also shoot high-quality videos by touching . • Adjust the metering mode: Touch M and select a metering mode. Metering Mode Description MatrixMeasures the light in the whole frame. Applicable when shooting natural landscapes. CentrePlaces more emphasis on light levels at the centre of the screen. Applicable when shooting portraits. 47 Camera and Gallery Metering Mode Description SpotConcentrates on the light in a small area of the screen, such as the subject's eyes. • Adjust the ISO sensitivity: Touch ISO and drag the slider. In low-light conditions, increase the ISO sensitivity. In well-lit environments, lower the ISO sensitivity to avoid image noise. • Adjust the shutter speed: Touch S and drag the slider. When you are shooting stationary scenes or portraits, lower the shutter speed. When you are shooting moving scenes or objects, increase the shutter speed. • Adjust EV exposure compensation: Touch EV and drag the slider. Increase the EV value in low-light conditions and lower the value in well-lit environments. • Adjust the focus: Touch AF and drag the slider. Focus Mode Applicable Scenario AF-S (single) Stationary subjects AF-C (continuous) Moving subjects MF (manual) Touch the subject on which you want to focus. • Adjust the colour cast: Touch WB and select a mode. When shooting in bright sunlight, select . In low-light environments, select . Touch to adjust the colour temperature. • Use Horizontal level: Touch and enable Horizontal level. A horizontal guiding line will appear on the v²žwfinšžàȇ When the dotted line overlaps with the solid line, the camera is parallel with the horizontal level, avoiding skewed edges. • Use AF auxiliary light: Touch and enable AF auxiliary light for better focus in low light environments. • Save RAW format photos: RAW format records more detail and allows you to have a wider range of post-processing options. Go to > Resolution and enable RAW format. Now when you take a photo, it will be saved in RAW and standard formats. The RAW format photos will be saved to the RAW photo album in Gallery. RAW format photos take up more storage space than standard format photos. Make sure that your device has äñffi”²žnì storage space. 3 Touch the shutter button to shoot a photo or video. 48 Camera and Gallery Record Videos Record Videos 1 Open Camera and select Video mode. 2 Adjust the following settings: • Zoom in or out: On the v²žwfinšžàȀ pinch or spread two finªžàäȀ or drag the zoom slider. • Focus: Touch where you want to focus. Touch and hold the v²žwfinšžà to lock the exposure and focus. • Turn the fl†ä¯ on or Ñffǿ Touch , then touch to keep the fl†ä¯ on, or to turn it Ñffȇ • Adjust the beauty žffž”ìǿ Touch and drag the slider to adjust beauty settings. • Adjust the video resolution and frame rate: Go to > Resolution and select the desired resolution. Then touch Frame rate and Encoding to set the frame rate and encoding format. A higher resolution will result in a higher quality video, but will also take up more storage space. 3 Touch to start recording. While recording, touch and hold or to smoothly zoom in or out. Touch to take a photo while recording. 4 Touch to pause and to end the recording. Leica Colors Leica Colours 1 Open Camera and switch to the rear camera. 2 Touch at the top of the v²žwfinšžàȀ then select Leica standard, Leica vivid, or Leica smooth. 3 Touch the shutter button to shoot a photo or video. Not all camera modes support Leica colours. Edit Camera Modes 49

Edit Camera Modes Camera and Gallery

Your device allows you to download, update, and delete camera modes to better suit your needs. Download Camera Modes 1 Go to Camera > More. 2 Touch , then touch ADD next to the mode you want to download. When the download is complete, the new mode will be displayed in More. Update Camera Modes 1 On the More screen, touch . 2 A red dot will display on any mode that has an update available. Follow the onscreen instructions to update modes. Delete Camera Modes 1 On the More screen, touch to display the editing screen. 2 Touch in the upper right corner of the mode you want to delete, then touch to save your settings. If is not displayed, the mode cannot be deleted. To ensure that the camera runs correctly, pre-installed camera modes cannot be deleted. Adjust Camera Settings Adjust Camera Settings Adjust the Camera Resolution 1 Open Camera and touch to access the Settings screen. 2 Touch Resolution and select a resolution. This feature is not available in some modes. Enable Location Tag Enable Location tag to tag your location in photos and videos. Swipe up on a photo or video in Gallery to view its shooting location. Add Device Watermarks to Photos Enable Add watermark. Photos and videos shot with the rear camera will have a device watermark added. 50 Camera and Gallery Use the Assistive Grid to Compose Your Photos Use the assistive grid feature to help you line up the perfect shot. 1 Go to Camera > . 2 Enable Assistive grid. 3 Grid lines will appear in the v²žwfinšžàȇ Place the subject of your photo on one of the intersecting points, then touch . Enable Mirror Zžflž”ì²ÑÊ When using the front camera, touch to enable or disable Mirror àžflž”ì²ÑÊ. Mute the Shutter Sound Enable Mute as needed. Capture Smiles Enable Capture smiles. The camera will take a photo automatically when it detects a smile in the v²žwfinšžàȇ Manage Gallery View Photos and Videos In Gallery, you can view, edit, and share your photos and videos, as well as browse the clips automatically generated from them. 51 Camera and Gallery View by Album You can view photos and videos by album on the Albums tab. Some photos and videos are stored in default albums. For example, videos recorded with the camera are saved in the Camera album. Screenshots and screen recordings are saved in the Screenshots album. View by Category Gallery intelligently sorts photos into categories, allowing you to quickly sift through large albums by category. Touch a category album on the Discover tab (such as food, portrait, or scenery) to view photos in that album. 52 Camera and Gallery View Details About Photos and Videos 1 Touch a photo or video to view it in Full screen mode. Touch the screen again to hide the menu. 2 In Full screen mode, you can check the following: • Basic information: Swipe up on the photo or video to view basic information. • Shooting details: Touch and view shooting details in the popup box, including the storage path, resolution, and size. Search for Photos Quickly locate a photo by searching for keywords in Gallery. 1 Open Gallery, then touch at the top of the screen. 2 Enter a keyword (such as "food", "scenery", or ȊflÑwžàȊ)ȇ 3 Photos related to that keyword will be displayed. Touch a suggested keyword or enter more keywords to finš more results. Edit Photos and Videos Gallery Ñffžàä a wide range of editing features for photos and videos. 53 Camera and Gallery Basic Editing Open Gallery, touch the thumbnail of the photo you want to edit, then touch Edit to access the editing features. • Rotate: Touch and drag the angle wheel to the desired orientation. You can also touch Rotate to rotate your photo 90 degrees or Mirror to fl²Ý it. • Crop: Touch and drag the grid or its corners to make your selection. You can also select a fixžš ratio and drag the corners of the grid to crop the photo. • Add fiÃìžà žffž”ìäǿ Touch to select a fiÃìžàȇ • Colour splash: Touch to select the colours you want to highlight. Other parts of the photo will be black and white. • Blur: Touch , select a blur mode, and drag the slider to adjust the blur. • Adjust photo žffž”ìäǿ Touch to adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation, and other qualities of the photo. 54 Camera and Gallery • 'à†ffiì²ǿ Touch to select a brush and colour to add ªà†ffiì²ȇ • Add a text element: Touch to select an element style and font format. Add Stickers to Photos 1 Touch Edit > Stickers. 2 Select a type of sticker, such as Time, Location, Weather, or Mood. 3 Select a sticker and drag it to change its position. You can also edit the text of some types of stickers. 4 Touch to save your edits and to save the photo. Pixelate Photos 1 Touch Edit > Mosaic. 2 Select a mosaic style and size to censor parts of a photo. 3 To remove the mosaic, touch Eraser and wipe it Ñff the photo. 4 Touch to save your edits and to save the photo. Rename Photos 1 In Gallery, touch the photo thumbnail you want to rename. 2 Go to > Rename and enter a new name. 3 Touch OK. Edit Videos 1 Go to Gallery > Albums > Videos, and touch the video you want to edit. 2 Touch . Then you can: 55 Camera and Gallery • Crop the video: Drag the slider at both ends of the video clip to select which part you want to keep. Touch to preview the cropped video. • Adjust the video resolution: Select the desired resolution. A higher resolution will result in a higher quality video, but will also take up more storage space. 3 When you are fin²ä¯žšȀ touch to export the video. The exported video will be saved alongside the original video in its original album. Share Photos and Videos You can share photos and videos from Gallery in multiple ways. 1 Open Gallery. 2 Use either of the following methods: • Share a single photo or video: Touch the photo or video, then touch . • Share multiple photos or videos: In an album, touch and hold to select multiple photos and videos, then touch . Manage Gallery Organise photos and videos into albums to easily sift through them. Open Gallery, then touch Albums. From here you can: Add Albums 1 Touch Add album, then name the album. 2 Touch OK. 3 Select the photos or videos you want to add. Move Photos and Videos 1 Open an album, then touch and hold to select the photos and videos you want to move. 2 Touch > Move to select the desired album. 3 Once the items are moved, they will no longer be in their original album. The All photos and Videos albums show all photos and videos stored on your device. Moving items across albums will not †ffž”ì the view in these albums. Delete Photos and Videos Touch and hold to select the items you want to delete, then go to > Delete. The All photos, Videos, and Camera albums cannot be deleted. 56 Camera and Gallery Deleted photos and videos will be temporarily moved to the Recently deleted album before being permanently deleted after 30 days. To permanently delete a photo or video manually, touch and hold its thumbnail in the Recently deleted album, then go to > Delete. Recover Deleted Photos and Videos In the Recently deleted album, touch and hold to select the items you want to recover, then touch to restore them to their original albums. If the original album has been deleted, a new one will be created. Add Photos and Videos to Favorites Open a photo or video, then touch . The item will appear in both its original album and the My favourites album. Block Albums To prevent third-party app albums from displaying in Gallery, block these albums. 57 Camera and Gallery 1 On the Albums tab, touch Others. 2 Touch an album, and if is displayed at the top, go to > Block. Move photos and videos you want to block to blocked albums. Blocked albums cannot be viewed in any apps other than Files. 3 To unblock an album, go to Others, touch View blocked albums, then touch Unblock next to the album. Only some albums in Others can be blocked. Gallery Smart Categorisation Smart Photo Categorisation Gallery automatically sorts your photos into categories such as portraits, locations, scenery, and food, so you can quickly finš what you're looking for. Open Gallery, then touch the Discover tab to view your photos organised into categories. To remove a photo from an album, touch and hold to select the photo, then touch (or for portraits). 58 Camera and Gallery Not all photos can be removed from the category albums. View and Set People Albums Once you have taken a äñffi”²žnì number of photos, Gallery will automatically create People albums of individuals or groups by identifying faces in your photos. This will happen when your device is charging and the screen is Ñffȇ You can name your People albums and set the relationship of individuals with you. Group photo albums require a äݞ”²fi” number of photos that contain 2 to 10 faces that have already been named in People albums. 1 Go to Gallery > Discover and view the generated People albums. 2 Touch an album, go to > Edit > Add name, then set the name and relationship (such as Baby or Mom). Once you have fin²ä¯žšȀ you can finš a People album by entering the name or relationship in the search bar. Huawei Vlog Editor Huawei Vlog Editor The Huawei Vlog editor automatically creates Huawei Vlogs, such as Spotlight Reels, Highlights videos, and People albums, with added background music from your photos and videos. You can also select photos and videos yourself to create your own Huawei Vlogs. Either way, you can edit and share your Huawei Vlogs at the touch of a finªžàȇ View Spotlight Reels Spotlight Reels are highlight clips of particular people and objects with added background music that Gallery creates automatically from your videos. 59 Camera and Gallery 1 Go to Gallery > Albums > Camera. 2 Touch a video, then swipe up on the video. Touch a People album or video under Best cut to view. If a clip has not yet been generated, touch GET STARTED to create one. This feature works automatically when your device is charging and the screen is Ñffȇ It only works on local videos between 10 seconds and 3 minutes long. Edit Spotlight Reels 1 When you are watching a Spotlight Reel, touch the video to select a preset template at the bottom of the screen. 2 Touch at the top of the screen to customise the background music, fiÃìžàȀ intro and outro, and more. Then touch to save the video. 3 When you are fin²ä¯žšȀ touch to export the video. Share Spotlight Reels 1 Go to Gallery > Albums > Video Editor, where you'll finš all your exported videos. 2 Touch and hold to select the videos you want to share, then touch . 60 Camera and Gallery Huawei Vlogs Huawei Vlogs Gallery automatically creates people albums by identifying faces in photos. View, edit, and share the Huawei Vlogs generated in these people albums. View Huawei Vlogs 1 Go to Gallery > Discover and touch a people album. 2 Touch on the album cover. Edit Huawei Vlogs Apply special žffž”ìäȀ fiÃìžàäȀ and background music to juice up your Huawei Vlogs. 1 Touch to play the video. During playback, you can: • Touch the video to select a preset template at the bottom of the screen. • Touch at the top of the screen to add or remove photos, change the background music, fiÃìžàȀ intro and outro, and more. Touch to save the video. Preview your edits on the playback screen. 2 Touch to export the video. Share Huawei Vlogs When exporting Huawei Vlogs, you can share them with your friends by following the onscreen instructions. Another way to share Huawei Vlogs is as follows: Go to Gallery > Albums > Video Editor, where you'll finš all your exported Huawei Vlogs. Touch and hold to select a Huawei Vlog, then touch . Highlights Highlights Gallery automatically creates Highlights albums from your best photos and videos based on time, location, and theme information, and even generates a short video clip so you can instantly relive the good times. 61 Camera and Gallery • To start using Highlights, go to Camera > and enable Location tag. • Highlights albums are created automatically when your device is charging, the screen is turned ÑffȀ and the battery is at least 50% charged. This process may take some time. Highlights albums will not be created if there are fewer than 10 photos or videos in Gallery. View Highlights Videos 1 Go to Gallery > Highlights and touch an album. 2 Touch to play the video. Edit Highlights Videos 1 When you are watching a Highlights video, touch the video to select a preset template at the bottom of the screen. 2 Touch at the top of the screen to customise the background music, fiÃìžàȀ intro and outro, and more. Then touch to save the video. 3 When you are fin²ä¯žšȀ touch to export the video. Share Highlights Videos 1 Go to Gallery > Albums > Video Editor, where you'll finš all your exported videos. 62 Camera and Gallery 2 Touch and hold to select the videos you want to share, then touch . Add or Remove Photos and Videos from Highlights Albums 1 On the Highlights tab, touch an album. 2 You can then: • Add photos or videos: Touch , select the items you want to add, then touch . • Remove photos or videos: Touch and hold to select photos or videos you want to remove, touch , then touch Move. Rename Highlights Albums 1 On the Highlights tab, touch an album. 2 Go to > Rename and enter a new name. Delete Highlights Albums 1 On the Highlights tab, touch an album. 2 Go to > Delete and touch Delete. 63 Apps Apps Apps Locate an Installed App Swipe down from the middle of the home screen to show the search bar, and enter the app name. When the app is found, touch next to its name. Uninstall an App You can uninstall an app using either of the following methods: • Touch and hold the app icon you want to uninstall until your device vibrates, touch Uninstall, then follow the onscreen instructions to uninstall the app. • Go to Settings > Apps > Apps, touch the app you want to uninstall, then touch Uninstall. Some pre-installed system apps can't be uninstalled, as uninstalling them may cause system errors. Manage Background Apps 1 Access the recent tasks screen using either of the following methods, depending on the navigation method you are using: • Gestures: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and hold. • Three-key navigation: Touch . 2 On the recent tasks screen, you can: • Swipe across to view app previews. • Touch an app preview to access an app. • Swipe up on an app preview to close an app. • Swipe down on an app preview to lock it. will appear at the top of the app preview. Touching will not close this app. • Swipe down again to unlock it. will disappear. • Touch to close all apps (except for those you have locked). Contacts 64 Apps Create and Edit Contact Information You can create contacts in multiple ways, as well as view and manage your contacts list. Create Contacts 1 Open Phone, select the Contacts tab at the bottom of the screen, then touch . If you are creating a contact for the fiàäì time, touch Create new contact to start adding a contact. 2 Touch the camera image to set a ÝàÑfiÞ picture for the contact, enter information such as the name, organisation, and phone number of the contact, then touch . Import Contacts 1 On the Contacts screen, go to > Settings > Import/Export. 2 Select Import via Bluetooth, Import via Wi-Fi Direct, or Import from storage, then follow the onscreen instructions to import contacts. Scan Business Cards to Add Contacts 1 On the Contacts screen, go to > Scan or go to Business cards > Scan. 2 Place a business card on a fl†ì surface, adjust the camera so that the contents on the business card are clearly displayed in the v²žwfinšžàȀ then touch to capture a single or multiple business cards in a row. 3 After the photos are taken, your device will automatically identify the contact information. Touch to save the contact. You can view the scanned business cards in Business cards. Scan a QR Code to Add a Contact If a QR code contains contact information, you can scan the QR code to quickly add a contact. 1 On the Contacts screen, go to > Scan or go to Business cards > Scan. 2 Take a photo of a QR code or select a photo of a QR card from Gallery, and contact information contained in the QR code can be ²šžnì²fižš and added. Search for Contacts 1 From the Contacts screen, go to > Settings > Display preferences and touch All contacts to display all your contacts. 2 Search for contacts using either of the following methods: • Swipe down from the middle of the home screen, enter a keyword for the contact you want to finš in the search box (such as their name, initials, or email address). 65 Apps You can also enter multiple keywords, such as "John London", to quickly finš matching contacts. • Enter keywords for the contact you want to finš in the search box above the contacts list. Matching results will be displayed below the search box. Share Contacts 1 On the Contacts screen, select the contact you want to share, then go to > Share contact. 2 Select a sharing method, then follow the onscreen instructions to share the contact. Export Contacts 1 On the Contacts screen, go to > Settings > Import/Export. 2 Touch Export to storage and follow the onscreen instructions to export contacts. The exported .vcf fiÞä are saved in the root directory of your device's internal storage by default. You can open Files to view the exported fiÞä in the internal storage. Delete Contacts Delete contacts using either of the following methods: • Touch and hold the entry you want to delete, then touch Delete. • On the Contacts screen, go to > Settings > Organise contacts > Delete multiple contacts, select the entries you want to delete, then touch . To restore deleted contacts, go to > Settings > Organise contacts > Recently deleted, touch and hold a contact you want to restore, select the check boxes of any others you also want to restore, then touch . Merge Duplicate Contacts 1 Open Phone, select the Contacts tab at the bottom of the screen, then touch > Settings > Organise contacts > Merge duplicate contacts. 2 Select duplicate contacts to be merged and touch Merge. Manage Contact Groups You can conveniently send emails or messages to multiple contacts by creating and managing contact groups. Your device automatically groups contacts by company, city, and last contact time, but you can also create new groups based on your preferences. Create a Contact Group 1 Open Phone, select the Contacts tab at the bottom of the screen, then touch Groups. 66 Apps 2 Touch , enter the group name, such as "Family" or "Friends", then touch OK. 3 Follow the onscreen instructions to add contacts to the group, then touch . Edit a Contact Group 1 On the Groups screen, select the group you want to edit and touch to add a new contact. 2 Touch for Remove members, Group ringtone, Delete group, or Rename. Send Group Messages or Emails On the Groups screen, open a group, then touch to send a message or touch to send an email. Delete Contact Groups On the Groups screen, touch and hold the group to be deleted, then touch Delete. Create Personal Information You can create a business card containing your personal information to share with others. You can also add personal emergency information so you can call for help quickly in an emergency. Create a Personal Business Card 1 Open Phone, select the Contacts tab at the bottom of the screen, then touch My card. 2 Set your ÝàÑfiÞ picture, enter personal information such as your name, work address, and phone number. 3 Touch to automatically create a QR code business card. You can share your business card using the QR code. Add Emergency Information 1 From the Contacts screen, go to My card > Emergency information. 2 Touch ADD and set your personal, medical, and emergency contact information. After adding emergency contacts, if you finš yourself in an emergency, you can go to Emergency > Emergency information > Emergency contacts from the lock screen and select an emergency contact to make a call. Erase Contact Traces 1 Open Phone, touch the Contacts tab at the bottom of the screen, then touch the contact for whom you wish to erase contact traces. 67 Apps 2 Go to > Erase history > Erase to delete all call and message records for that contact. Phone Make a Call Dial a Number or Select a Contact to Call Use either of the following methods to make a call: • Open Phone, enter part of a phone number, the fiàäì letter of a contact's name, or the contact's initials to finš a contact. • On the Phone screen, touch the Contacts tab at the bottom, then select a contact to make a call. Touch to end a call. Use Speed Dial Once you've set up speed dialling for a contact, you can quickly call that contact with the assigned number key. Go to Phone > > Settings > Speed dial, select a number key, then set a contact for this speed dial number. Set a Contact WàÑfiÞ Picture for Calls You can set ÝàÑfiÞ pictures for your contacts to be shown on the screen during incoming and outgoing calls. 1 On the Phone screen, touch the Contacts tab at the bottom, then select the contact you want to set a ÝàÑfiÞ picture for. 2 Touch and then touch to set a ÝàÑfiÞ picture for the contact. Make an International Call 1 Contact your mobile carrier to activate and inquire about the international calling service. 2 Open Phone, touch the Contacts tab at the bottom, then select a contact to make a call. For numbers that are not in the contacts list, on the Phone screen, touch and hold the 0 number key to display +, enter the country code and phone number, then touch to make an international call. Manage Call Logs You can merge the call logs of the same contact or number for a tidier and more concise interface, or delete call logs as required. 68 Apps Merge Call Logs 1 Go to Phone > > Settings > Merge call log. 2 Select By contact and your device will automatically merge the call logs of the same number or contact. View Missed Calls 1 To display all missed calls, open Phone, swipe down on the call log list, then touch the Missed tab. All missed calls are displayed in red in the call log list for you to quickly identify them on the All screen. 2 Touch next to a call log to call back or send a message. Delete Call Logs Delete call logs using either of the following methods: • On the Phone screen, touch and hold a call log, then touch Delete entry. • On the Phone screen, go to > Delete entries. Select multiple call logs, then touch to delete them. Set a Ringtone for Incoming Calls You can set your favorite music or a video as the ringtone for incoming calls. If two SIM cards have been inserted into your device, ”Ñnfiªñàž the ringtone separately for SIM 1 and SIM 2. Set a Music Ringtone 1 Go to Phone > > Settings > Ringtone or Settings > Sounds & vibration > Phone ringtone. 2 Select a system ringtone, or touch Music on device to select a local song as the ringtone. Set a Video Ringtone Set a video as the ringtone for incoming calls. 69 Apps 1 Go to Phone > > Settings > Ringtone or Settings > Sounds & vibration > Phone ringtone. 2 Touch Video ringtones and select a video to preview the žffž”ì for incoming calls. 3 Touch to set the video as the ringtone. Set a Ringtone for a Contact 1 Open Phone, touch the Contacts tab at the bottom of the screen, then select the contact you want to set a ringtone for. 2 On the contact details screen, touch Ringtone and select a ringtone. Use VoLTE to Make Calls Voice over LTE (VoLTE) is an IP-based data transmission technology that delivers both call and data services over a 4G network. Once VoLTE is enabled, you can make a call while accessing the Internet. If your device supports dual SIM dual VoLTE, you can receive an incoming call on a SIM card while the other SIM card is being used for a call. VoLTE also provides you with a faster call connection time and higher quality voice and video calls. 70 Apps Enable VoLTE 1 Contact your mobile carrier to activate the 4G and VoLTE functions for your SIM card. If both the primary and secondary SIM card trays of a dual-SIM device support 4G and VoLTE, 4G and VoLTE can be enabled for both SIM cards. 2 Go to Settings > Mobile network > Mobile data. In the network settings area of SIM 1 or SIM 2, turn on the VoLTE calls switch. Features may vary depending on your carrier. Make a Video Call Video calls are only possible when both parties are using VoLTE-activated devices. 1 Open Phone, touch the Contacts tab at the bottom of the screen, then select the contact you want to call. 2 Touch to make a video call. During a voice call, you can also touch to switch to a video call. Manage Incoming Calls You can use the call waiting feature to answer incoming calls when you are already engaged in a previous call. If you cannot answer a call because your device is faulty or the network signal is poor, you can also set call forwarding to forward calls to another number or device. Answer or Reject an Incoming Call If you receive a call when the screen is locked: • Drag right to answer the call. • Drag left to reject the call. • Touch to reject the call and reply with an SMS message. • Touch to set a callback reminder. If you receive a call when the screen is unlocked: • Touch to answer the call. • Touch to reject the call. • Touch to reject the call and reply with an SMS message. • Touch to set a callback reminder. 71 Apps Enable Call Waiting The Call waiting feature lets you answer incoming calls when a call is already in progress by placing the fiàäì call on hold. This feature requires the support of your mobile carrier. For details, contact your carrier. Go to Phone > > Settings. Under the SIM card you wish to enable call waiting on, go to More > Call waiting. Features may vary depending on your carrier. Answer a New Incoming Call During a Call 1 When you receive an incoming call when you are already engaged in a previous call, touch to answer it. 2 Touch or touch a held call in the call list to switch between the two calls. Enable Call Forwarding After the Call forwarding feature is enabled, calls that meet set conditions will be automatically transferred to a äݞ”²fižš phone number. This feature requires the support of your mobile carrier. For details, contact your carrier. 72 Apps 1 On the Phone screen, go to > Settings, and touch Call forwarding under the SIM card you wish to disable call forwarding on. 2 Select and enable a forwarding method, then enter and ”Ñnfiàm the target number. Features may vary depending on your carrier. Disable Call Forwarding 1 On the Phone screen, go to > Settings, and touch Call forwarding under the SIM card you wish to disable call forwarding on. 2 Select the forwarding mode that you wish to disable and disable it. Features may vary depending on your carrier. Filter and Block Spam Calls Set š²ffžàžnì block rules to block sales, fraud, and other kinds of spam calls. Filter Spam Calls 1 Go to Phone > > Blocked > and set the block rules. Alternatively, go to Optimiser > Blocked > to set the block rules. 2 Touch Call block rules and toggle on the switches of corresponding block rules. 73 Apps Block Incoming Calls from ^ݞ”²fi” Numbers You can block incoming calls from äݞ”²fi” numbers using either of the following methods: • Go to Phone > > Blocked > > Blocklist, touch , then add the phone numbers you want to block. • On the Phone screen, touch the Contacts tab at the bottom, touch the contact you want to block, then go to > Block contact. Set Whether to Receive EÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊä for Blocked Calls Go to Phone > > Blocked > > Receive ÊÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊä and set whether to receive nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñnä for blocked calls. Emergency SOS and Calls Use Emergency SOS If you encounter an emergency, you can quickly and secretly send an SOS message to your emergency contacts. 1 Enable GPS and allow the Emergency SOS feature to access your location. 74 Apps 2 Go to Settings > Security > Emergency SOS, enable Also send SOS message, then set your emergency contacts. Once you have enabled the Emergency SOS feature, if you encounter an emergency, press the Power button fivž times in quick succession and your device will automatically send a message with your current location to your emergency contacts. Once the message is sent, your device will bring up the emergency call screen, from which you can quickly call an emergency service or one of your emergency contacts. Make Emergency Calls In the event of an emergency, you can make emergency calls directly from the lock screen of your device even if there is no signal. The emergency call feature is subject to local regulations and individual mobile carriers. Network issues or other types of interference may lead to failed emergency calls. 1 On the lock screen, touch Emergency. If you are in an area with good signal, your device will automatically obtain your location and display it on the screen. 2 Enter your local emergency number and touch to call the number. Alternatively, touch Emergency information and select an emergency contact to call. Make Operations During a Call During a call, an in-call menu will be displayed. • Touch to enable hands-free mode. • Touch to start another call (only available once three-way calling has been activated). For details, contact your mobile carrier. • Touch to use the dialler. • During a call, you can hide the call screen and access other apps by returning to the previous screen or home screen using the current navigation mode. Touch the green status bar at the top of the screen to return to the call screen. • Touch to end the call. Use Voicemail Divert calls to your voicemail when your device is switched Ñff or when there is no cellular coverage. Callers can leave a voice message which you can listen to later. This feature requires service support from your mobile carrier. Contact your mobile carrier for details. Enable Voicemail 1 Go to Phone > > Settings > More. 75

Apps If two SIM cards have been inserted into your device, touch More under SIM 1 or SIM 2. 2 Go to Voicemail > Voicemail number, enter the voicemail number obtained from your carrier, and touch OK. Listen to a Voicemail Message Touch and hold the 1 key on the dialler and then enter your voicemail number. Calendar Add and Manage Events Events help you plan and manage activities in your daily life and work, such as attending company meetings, arranging social get-togethers, and making credit card repayments. You can add events and set reminders to help you arrange your schedule in advance. 76

Apps Create an Event 1 Open Calendar and touch . 2 Enter the details of the event, such as the title, location, and start and end times. 3 Touch Add reminder to set the reminder time for the event. 4 Touch to save the event. Import Meeting Reminders 1 Go to Calendar > > Manage accounts. 2 Touch Add account, then follow the onscreen instructions to add your work emails (from your Exchange account) to the calendar to see meeting reminders. Search for Events 1 On the Calendar screen, touch . 2 Enter keywords of your event in the search box, such as the title and location. Share an Event 1 On the Calendar screen, touch an event on the calendar or under the schedule. 2 Touch and follow the onscreen instructions to share the event using whichever method you prefer. Set a Calendar EÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊ Set the calendar nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn type according to your requirements. You can set status bar nÑì²fi”†ì²ÑnäȀ banner nÑì²fi”†ì²ÑnäȀ sound nÑì²fi”†ì²ÑnäȀ and more. You can also change the default reminder time to control when your device will send you a reminder. 1 Go to Calendar > > Settings. 2 In the reminder settings, set Default reminder time and Reminder time for all-day events. 3 Touch EÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊä and enable Allow ÊÑì²fi”†ì²ÑÊä. Then follow the onscreen instructions to set a nÑì²fi”†ì²Ñn type. Customise the Calendar View Set the start day of the week, whether or not to show week numbers, and more in the calendar view settings. 1 Go to Calendar > > Settings. 2 Set the start day of the week, whether or not to show week numbers, and so on. 77


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