Htc – ADR6101 – User Manual

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Your HTC Phone
User guideContents
Getting started
Inside the box 8
Your phone 8
Back cover 10
SIM card 11
Storage card 12
Battery 12
Switching your phone on or off 15
Entering your PIN 16
Finger gestures 16
Setting up your phone for the first time 17
Ways of getting contacts into your phone 17
Home screen 18
Basics
Adjusting the volume 19
Sleep mode 20
Status and notifications 21
Notifications panel 24
Connecting your phone to a computer 25
Copying files to or from the storage card 26
Copying text, looking up information, and sharing 26
Personalizing
Making your phone truly yours 29
Personalizing your phone with scenes 29
Changing your wallpaper 30
Applying a new skin 31
Personalizing your Home screen with widgets 31
Adding icons and other shortcuts on your Home screen 33
Adding folders on your Home screen 33
Rearranging or removing widgets and icons on your Home screen 34
Rearranging the Home screen 35
Using sound sets 35
Changing your ringtones and alarms 37
Rearranging or hiding application tabs 38
Phone calls
Different ways of making calls 39
Making a call on the Phone dialer screen 39
Using Speed dial 40
Calling a phone number in a text message 40
2 ContentsCalling a phone number in an email 41
Making an emergency call 41
Receiving calls 42
What can I do during a call? 43
Setting up a conference call 45
Internet calls 45
Using Call history 46
Using Home dialing 47
Call services 48
Turning Airplane mode on or off 49
Messages
Opening Messages 50
Sending a text message (SMS) 50
Sending a multimedia message (MMS) 51
Resuming a draft message 53
Viewing and replying to a message 53
Viewing and saving an attachment from a multimedia message 54
Push messages 55
Managing message conversations 56
Setting message options 57
People
Transferring contacts from your old phone 59
About the People app 60
Setting up your profile 61
Importing contacts from your SIM card 61
Adding a new contact 62
Importing a contact from an Exchange ActiveSync account 62
Merging contact information 63
Filtering your contacts list 64
Backing up your contacts to the storage card 65
Contact information and conversations 65
Sending contact information as a vCard 66
Contact groups 67
Adding People widgets 69
Email
Gmail 71
Mail 72
Calendar
About Calendar 80
Creating an event 80
Changing Calendar views 82
Managing Calendar events 83
Dismissing or snoozing event reminders 84
Displaying and synchronizing reminders 84
Changing Calendar settings 86
About the Calendar widget 86
3 ContentsSearch and Web browser
Searching your phone and the web 87
Using your phone’s web browser 88
Downloading from the Web 91
Viewing bookmarks and previously visited pages 91
Setting browser options 93
Camera
Camera basics 94
Taking a photo 95
Recording video 96
Adding effects 97
After capturing 97
Changing camera settings 97
Photos, videos, and music
Gallery 99
Music 107
Connected Media 112
Accounts and sync
About online accounts 114
Synchronizing with a Google Account 114
Adding a social network account 115
Managing your online accounts 115
Social
Facebook for HTC Sense 117
Facebook app 118
Tweeting on your phone using Peep 120
Using Friend Stream 122
Chatting in Google Talk 124
Maps and location
Location settings 127
Locations 127
Car Panel 136
Google Maps 137
Market and other apps
Finding and installing apps from Android Market 141
Using the Clock 143
Checking Weather 146
Reading eBooks 147
Reading news feeds 150
Keeping track of your stocks 152
Working on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations 153
Watching videos on YouTube 154
Listening to FM Radio 155
4 ContentsRecording your voice 156
Using Flashlight 157
Sharing games and apps 158
HTC Sync
About HTC Sync 159
Installing HTC Sync 160
Setting up HTC Sync to recognize your phone 160
Getting to know the workspace 161
Setting up synchronization 161
Synchronizing your phone 164
Installing an app from your computer to your phone 165
Synchronizing another phone with your computer 165
Downloading the latest HTC Sync upgrade 165
HTCSense.com
Signing up for your HTCSense.com account 166
Using HTCSense.com 166
Deleting your HTCSense.com account 168
Keyboard
Using the onscreen keyboard 169
Entering words with predictive text 170
Entering text by speaking 172
Editing text 173
Adjusting input settings 174
Internet connections
Data connection 175
Wi-Fi 176
About connection widgets 178
Connecting to a virtual private network (VPN) 178
Using your phone as a modem (USB tethering) 179
Connecting your phone to the Internet through a computer (Internet Pass-through) 180
Using your phone as a wireless router 180
Bluetooth
Bluetooth basics 181
Connecting a Bluetooth headset or car kit 181
Disconnecting or unpairing from a Bluetooth device 182
Sending information using Bluetooth 183
Receiving information using Bluetooth 185
Security
Protecting your SIM card with a PIN 187
Protecting your phone with a screen lock pattern, PIN or password 187
Settings
Settings on your phone 189
5 ContentsChanging display settings 190
Changing sound settings 192
Changing the phone language 193
Optimizing your phone’s battery life 193
Managing memory 194
Checking information about your phone 195
Update and reset
Phone software updates 196
Restarting your phone 197
Resetting your phone 197
Trademarks and copyrights
Index
6 ContentsConventions used in this guide
In this user guide, we use the following symbols to indicate useful and important
information:
This is a note. A note often gives additional information, such as what happens on
your phone when you choose to do or not to do a certain action. A note also
provides information that may only be applicable to some situations.
This is a tip. A tip gives you an alternative way to do a particular step or procedure,
or lets you know of an option that you may find helpful.
This indicates important information that you need in order to accomplish a certain
task or to get a phone feature to work properly.
This provides safety precaution information, that is, information that you need to be
careful about to prevent potential problems when using your phone.
7 Conventions used in this guideGetting started
Inside the box
You will find the following inside the box:
§ Phone
§ Battery (preinstalled)
§ microSD

card (preinstalled)
§ USB cable
§ 3.5mm stereo headset
§ Power adapter
§ Quick start guide
§ Safety and regulatory guide
§ Warranty card
Your phone
Front panel
1. Notification LED
2. Proximity sensor
3. MENU
4. HOME
5. Microphone
6. SEARCH
7. BACK
8. CAMERA
9. Trackpad
10. Touch screen
11. Earpiece
12. Front camera
8 Getting startedLeft panel
1. VOLUME UP
2. VOLUME DOWN
3. Dock contacts
4. USB connector
Back panel
1. LED flash
2. 5 megapixel camera
3. Speaker
4. Back cover
Top panel
1. POWER
2. 3.5mm headset jack
9 Getting startedBack cover
Removing the back cover
Remove the back cover to access the battery compartment, SIM card slot, and
storage card slot.
Make sure to switch off your phone before removing the back cover.
1. With the phone turned off, hold your phone securely with the front facing down.
2. With your finger, lift up the back cover from the small opening at the back of
the phone to remove it.
Replacing the back cover
1. Secure the top part of the back cover first by aligning into the two openings
located at the back of the phone (right below the camera lens).
2. Press the sides and bottom part of the back cover towards the phone. You’ll
hear a click when the back cover is locked in place.
10 Getting startedSIM card
The SIM card contains your phone number, service details, and phonebook/message
memory. Your phone supports both 1.8V and 3V SIM cards.
Some legacy SIM cards may not function with your phone. You should consult with
your mobile operator for a replacement SIM card. There may be fees for this
service.
Inserting the SIM card
1. Take the back cover off.
2. Remove the battery.
3. With the SIM card’s gold contacts facing down and its cut-off corner facing out,
insert the SIM card into the SIM card slot.
Removing the SIM card
Make sure to switch off your phone before removing your SIM card.
1. Take the back cover off.
2. Remove the battery.
3. With your thumb, slide the SIM card out from the SIM card slot.
11 Getting startedStorage card
Use the storage card to store your photos, videos, and music. You’ll find the storage
card already inserted in your phone.
Inserting the storage card
1. Take the back cover off.
2. Insert the storage card into the storage card slot with its gold contacts facing
down and push it until it clicks into place.
Removing the storage card
If your phone is on, you must first “unmount” the storage card before removing it to
prevent corrupting or damaging the files in the storage card.
1. Take the back cover off.
2. Push the storage card in to eject it from its slot.
3. Slide the storage card out from its slot.
Unmounting the storage card
When you need to remove the storage card while your phone is on, unmount the
storage card first to prevent corrupting or damaging the files in the storage card.
1. From the Home screen, press , and then tap Settings.
2. Tap SD & phone storage > Unmount SD card.
Battery
Your phone uses a rechargeable battery. Please use only original batteries and
accessories that came with your phone or replacements that we recommend.
How long the battery can last before it needs recharging depends on how you use
your phone. Among these are the phone features and accessories you use (for
12 Getting startedexample, leaving your Bluetooth

connection always on uses more power). Long
phone calls and frequent web browsing uses up a lot of battery power. Also, consider
your location: poor signal strength from your mobile network and extreme
temperature make the battery work harder.
Removing the battery thin film
Before using your phone for the first time, you need to remove the thin film wrapped
around the phone`s battery.
1. Take the back cover off.
2. Remove the battery.
3. Remove the thin film around the battery.
Removing the battery
1. Take the back cover off.
2. With your thumb or finger, lift the battery off from the opening on the left side
of your phone.
13 Getting startedInserting the battery
1. Take the back cover off.
2. Insert the contacts side of the battery first and then gently push the battery into
place.
14 Getting startedCharging the battery
The battery is partially charged when shipped. Before you turn on and start using your
phone, it is recommended that you charge the battery. Some batteries perform best
after several full charge/discharge cycles.
§ When the phone is shipped, the battery is already installed on your phone. A thin
film is inserted between the battery and the compartment. You need to remove
this film before you can charge the battery.
§ Only the power adapter and USB sync cable provided with your phone must be
used to charge the battery.
§ Do not remove the battery from the phone while you are charging it using the
power or car adapter.
1. Plug the power adapter into the USB connector of your phone.
2. Plug in the power adapter to an electrical outlet to start charging the battery.
As the battery is being charged, the notification LED shows a solid orange light. The
light turns to solid green when the phone is fully charged.
When you charge the battery while the phone is on, the charging battery icon is
displayed in your phone’s status bar. After the battery has been fully charged, the
charging battery icon turns to a full battery icon .
As a safety precaution, the battery stops charging when it overheats.
Switching your phone on or off
Switching your phone on
Press the POWER button. Easy.
When you turn on the phone for the first time, you’ll need to set it up.
15 Getting startedSwitching your phone off
1. If the display is off, press the POWER button to turn it back on, then unlock the
screen by sliding the bar down on the lock screen.
2. Press and hold the POWER button for a few seconds.
3. When the Power options menu appears, tap Power off.
Entering your PIN
Most SIM cards come with a PIN (personal identification number) set by your mobile
operator. If you’re asked for a PIN, enter it and then tap OK.
If you enter the wrong PIN three times, your SIM card is blocked. No problem. Just
contact your mobile operator and ask for the PUK (PIN Unblocking Key).
Finger gestures
Tap When you want to type using the keyboard, select items onscreen such
as application and settings icons, or press onscreen buttons, simply tap
them with your finger.
Press and
hold
To open the available options for an item (for example, a contact or link
in a web page), simply press and hold the item.
Swipe or
slide
To swipe or slide means to quickly drag your finger vertically or
horizontally across the screen.
Drag Press and hold your finger with some pressure before you start to drag.
While dragging, do not release your finger until you have reached the
target position.
Flick Flicking the screen is similar to swiping, except that you need to swipe
your finger in light, quicker strokes. This finger gesture is always in a
vertical direction, such as when flicking the contacts or message list.
Rotate For most screens, you can automatically change the screen orientation
from portrait to landscape by turning the phone sideways. When
entering text, you can turn the phone sideways to bring up a bigger
keyboard.
Pinch In some apps, like Gallery or the web browser, you can “pinch” the screen
using two fingers (for example, thumb and index finger) to zoom in or
zoom out when viewing a picture or a web page.
16 Getting startedSetting up your phone for the first time
When you switch on your phone for the first time, you’ll be asked to set up your
phone. You can choose your language, how you want to connect to the Internet, and
whether you want your current location to be automatically detected. If you still have
personal contacts and calendar events stored on your old phone, you can easily
transfer them to your new phone through Bluetooth as well.
Be sure to sign in to your Google Account so you can use Google apps like Gmail

and
Android Market

. You can also set up your other email accounts, favorite social
networks like Facebook and Twitter

, and more.
Just follow the onscreen instructions and you’ll be up and running with your phone in
no time.
Some features that need to connect to the Internet such as location-based services
and auto-sync of your online accounts may incur extra data fees from your mobile
operator. Don’t worry. You can enable or disable them in your phone’s settings as
you go along later on.
Ways of getting contacts into your phone
There are several ways you can add contacts to your phone. You can sync your phone
with contacts from your Google Account, computer, Facebook, and more.
HTC Sync Sync the contacts from your old phone to your computer, and then
use HTC Sync to sync your new HTC phone with your computer`s
Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express or Windows Contacts.
Gmail Google contacts are imported to your phone after you sign in to
your Google Account. You can also create more Google contacts
right from your phone.
Facebook Log in to your Facebook account through Facebook for HTC Sense
to import your Facebook friends` contact information.
Phone contacts You can choose to create and store contacts in your phone
memory or transfer existing ones from your old phone.
SIM card Copy all your SIM contacts to your phone.
Microsoft
Exchange
ActiveSync
Your phone syncs your work contacts from the Microsoft
Exchange ActiveSync Server in your workplace.
Transfer Use the Transfer app to transfer not only your contacts, but also
calendar events and text messages from your old phone to your
new HTC phone.
17 Getting startedHome screen
Your Home screen is where you make your phone your own. It comes with a weather
clock widget that shows the time and weather in your current location. You can also
add your favorite applications, shortcuts, folders and widgets so they’re always just a
tap away. To find out how, see Personalizing on page 29.
Extended Home screen
As you start to do more things with your phone, you might find that one Home screen
is not enough. No problem. You can use up to six extra screens. It should be plenty.
Slide your finger horizontally to the left or right and you’ll discover more space for
adding icons, widgets, and more.
Press to return to the main Home screen (that is, the center home screen).
Using Leap view
To jump straight to the screen that you want, press or pinch the screen to show
the Leap view. It reveals all seven Home screens as thumbnails.
Just tap the one you want and you’ll leap right there.
18 Getting startedBasics
Adjusting the volume
Adjusting the ringer volume changes the volume level of the phone ringtone, while
adjusting the media volume changes the volume level of sound notifications and
music or video playback.
Adjusting the ringer volume
§ Press the VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN button on the left panel of the phone
to adjust the ringer volume to your desired level. The Ringer volume window
appears on the screen to display the volume levels.
§ While in the lowest ringer volume level (Silent mode), press VOLUME DOWN
once to set your phone to Vibrate mode. The phone vibrates and the vibrate
mode icon appears in the status bar.
§ While in Vibrate mode, press VOLUME UP once to switch to silent mode. The
speaker mute icon displays in the status bar.
Adjusting the media volume
When playing music or watching video, press the VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN
button on the left panel of the phone to adjust the volume. The Media volume window
appears on the screen to display the volume level.
Adjusting the earpiece volume for phone calls
During a phone call, press the VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN button.
Adjusting the volume via settings
1. From the Home screen, press , and then tap Settings > Sound > Volume.
2. Drag the volume sliders to the left or right to adjust the volume levels of your
phone’s ringtone, media playback, alarms, and notifications. Your phone briefly
plays a sample tone with the volume being adjusted as you drag a slider.
3. If you want the same volume for your ringtone and notifications, select Use
incoming call volume for notifications.
4. When you’re done, tap OK.
19 BasicsSleep mode
Sleep mode saves battery power by putting your phone into a low power state while
the display is off. It also stops accidental button presses when the phone’s in your bag
or pocket. You’ll still receive messages and calls though.
Switching to Sleep mode
Briefly press the POWER button to turn off the display and switch your phone to
Sleep mode. Your phone also automatically goes into Sleep mode when it’s idle for a
while.
Waking up from Sleep mode
To wake your phone up manually, press the POWER button. You’ll need to unlock the
screen.
Your phone automatically wakes up when you have an incoming call.
Unlocking the screen
Press the bar on the lock screen and then slide your finger down to unlock the screen
or answer an incoming call.
If you have set up a screen unlock pattern, pin, or password, you will be asked to
draw the pattern on the screen or enter the PIN or password before it unlocks.
20 BasicsStatus and notifications
Status icons
You can tell a lot about your phone by checking the icons in its status bar.
Here’s what each icon means:
Signal strength Battery is full
GPRS connected Battery is charging
GPRS in use Battery is low (20% remaining)
EDGE connected
Battery is very low (10%
remaining)
EDGE in use Silent mode
3G connected Vibrate mode
3G in use Phone microphone is mute
HSDPA connected Speakerphone is on
HSDPA in use
Wired microphone headset
connected
Roaming Wired headset connected
No signal Bluetooth is on
No SIM card installed Connected to a Bluetooth device
Connected to a Wi-Fi network Airplane mode
21 BasicsData synchronizing GPS is on
Network sharing is on Alarm is set
Notification icons
A busy life means a busy phone. Notification icons on the status bar make it easy for
you to keep on top of your messages, calendar events, and alarms.
Here’s what each one means:
New Gmail message General notification
New Microsoft Exchange
ActiveSync or POP3/IMAP email
Call in progress
Problem with email delivery Missed call
New SMS/MMS Call on hold
Problem with SMS/MMS delivery Call forwarding on
New Google Talk instant message Message forwarding on
New voicemail
The phone is connected to a
computer via USB cable
Upcoming event
Wi-Fi is on and wireless networks
are available
New updates from your social
networks
Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot is on
Matched contacts suggestion Uploading data (animated)
Bluetooth pairing request Downloading data (animated)
Phone software update available Waiting to upload
22 BasicsSong is playing
Downloaded Android Market app
installed successfully
FM Radio app in use
Update available for an app
downloaded from Android Market
Voice recording is on
Storage card is safe to remove or
storage card is being prepared
Compass needs orientation
No storage card installed on the
phone
More (not displayed) notifications Storage card is low on free space
Notification LED
The notification LED shows a:
§ Solid green light when the phone is connected to the power adapter or a
computer and the battery is fully charged.
§ Flashing green light when you have a pending notification.
§ Solid orange light when the battery is being charged.
§ Flashing red light when the battery level reaches very low.
23 BasicsNotifications panel
When you get a new notification, you can open the Notifications panel to see the
message, reminder or event notification. The Notifications panel lets you quickly
switch between recently-opened apps, and also lets you easily turn on settings such
as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
To open the Notifications panel, press and hold the status bar, then slide your finger
downward.
If you have several notifications, you can scroll down
the screen to see them all.
You can also open the Notifications panel on the Home screen by pressing
and then tapping Notifications.
Switching between recently opened apps
On the Notifications panel, you can easily access up to eight apps you just recently
opened.
1. Press and hold the status bar, then slide your finger downward to open the
Notifications panel.
2. In the Recent apps section, slide your finger left or right to see recently-opened
apps.
3. Tap an app to open it.
Press and hold to view recently used apps.
24 BasicsUsing Quick Settings
The Quick Settings tab lets you easily turn on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and more, and
also provides a quick shortcut to all phone settings.
1. Press and hold the status bar, then slide your finger downward to open the
Notifications panel.
2. Tap the Quick Settings tab.
3. Tap the check box next to an item to turn it off or on.
Closing the Notifications panel
Press and hold the bottom bar of the Notifications panel, then slide your finger up the
screen. Or just press .
Connecting your phone to a computer
Whenever you connect your phone to a computer using the USB cable, the Connect
to PC screen opens and lets you choose the type of USB connection.
Select one of the following choices, and then tap Done:
Charge only Select this option if you only want to charge the battery while your
phone is connected to your computer.
HTC Sync Select this option to synchronize contacts, calendar, and other
information between your computer and your phone.
25 BasicsDisk drive This mode is available only when there’s a storage card on your
phone. Select this mode when you want to copy files between your
phone’s storage card and your computer.
When Disk drive mode is enabled while your phone is connected to
the computer, you will not be able to use apps on your phone to
access the storage card.
USB
tethering
When you do not have Internet connection on your computer, you
can select this mode to share your phone’s mobile data connection
with your computer.
Internet
pass-through
If you don’t have a data plan for your phone or you don’t have access
to a Wi-Fi network, you can select this mode to share your
computer’s Internet connection with your phone.
Copying files to or from the storage card
You can copy your music, photos, and other files to your phone’s storage card.
1. Connect your phone to your computer using the supplied USB cable.
2. On your phone’s Connect to PC screen, tap Disk drive, and then tap Done. On
your computer, the connected phone is recognized as a removable disk.
3. Navigate to the removable disk and open it.
4. Do one of the following:
§ Copy the files from the computer to the phone’s storage card’s root folder.
§ Copy the files from the phone’s storage card to a folder in your computer.
5. After copying the files, unmount the removable disk (that is, the connected
phone) as required by your computer’s operating system to safely remove your
phone.
6. Do one of the following:
§ Disconnect the phone from the computer.
§ If you want to keep the phone connected to the computer but want the
phone to be able to access the storage card, open the Notifications panel,
tap Disk drive, select an option except Disk drive, and then tap Done.
Copying text, looking up information, and
sharing
In applications such as the web browser and Mail, you can select text and choose
what you want to do with it.
After selecting text, you can:
§ Copy it.
§ Search for it using Google Search.
26 Basics§ Look it up on Wikipedia
®
, YouTube

, or Google Dictionary

.
§ Get a translation of the text from Google Translate

.
§ Share the text in a new email, text, or multimedia message or in your status
update on a social network.
Selecting text
1. Press and hold on a word.
2. Drag the start and end markers to highlight the surrounding text you want to
select.
To select text in a link, press and hold the link, and then tap Copy link URL.
Copying and pasting text
1. After you have selected the text you want to copy, tap .
The selected text is then copied to the clipboard.
2. In a text entry field (for example while composing a message), press and hold at
the point where you want to paste the text.
3. Tap Paste.
Searching or translating text
1. After you have selected the text you want to search for or translate, tap .
2. Tap one of the following tabs:
Google Search
Look for related information using Google Search, based on the text
that you selected.
Wikipedia
Look for related information on Wikipedia, based on the text that you
selected.
YouTube
Look for videos on YouTube, based on the text that you selected.
27 BasicsGoogle Translate
Translate the text to another language.
Google Dictionary
Look up the selected text in the dictionary.
Pasting text in a new message or social network status update
1. After you have selected the text you want to share, tap .
2. Choose whether to paste the selected text in a new text, multimedia, or email
message or in your status update on a social network such as Twitter.
28 BasicsPersonalizing
Making your phone truly yours
Make your phone look and sound just the way you want it. Personalize your phone
with a different wallpaper, skin, ringtone, and notification sound for events such as
incoming text, email, and calendar reminders.
Tap the Personalize button right on the Home screen to get started.
Personalizing your phone with scenes
Your phone becomes multiple phones in one when you use scenes. Scenes are
personalized Home screen layouts that you can quickly apply to your phone. By
switching between scenes, you instantly turn your phone into your perfect weekend
phone, travel phone, work phone, or pure play phone.
Everytime you add or modify something on the Home screen, your phone
automatically saves your changes to the current scene selected.
Using a preset scene
Your phone features preset scenes, each preconfigured with a different wallpaper and
collection of widgets that reflect different moments in your life. You can choose a
scene that is suitable for work, play, travel, or your social life.
1. From the Home screen, tap > Scene.
2. Slide your finger on the screen from right to left to select the scene you want.
3. Tap Apply.
To download more scenes, tap > Scene > Get more.
Creating a new scene
You’ll start with an empty Home screen when you create a new scene.
1. From the Home screen, tap > Scene.
2. Press , and then tap New.
3. Enter a new scene name, then tap Done.
4. Personalize the scene by adding widgets and other elements, arranging the
Home screen layout, and changing the skin or wallpaper. All of your changes will
be automatically saved to this scene.
29 PersonalizingRenaming a scene
1. From the Home screen, tap > Scene.
2. Slide your finger on the screen from right to left to select the scene you want to
rename.
3. Press and hold a scene thumbnail, then tap Rename.
4. Enter a new scene name, then tap Done.
Deleting scenes
1. From the Home screen, tap > Scene.
2. Press , and then tap Delete.
3. Slide your finger on the screen from right to left to browse through scenes, then
tap one or more scenes you want to delete.
4. Tap Delete.
Changing your wallpaper
Personalizing your wallpaper with your favorite photo is a quick and easy way to
change the feel of your phone and give it a fresh look. Browse the collection of
wallpapers included in your phone or choose from photos that you have taken with
the camera. You can also change your Home screen to use an animated wallpaper.
1. From the Home screen, tap > Wallpaper.
2. Tap one of the following:
HTC wallpapers Choose a preset wallpaper, then tap Preview > Apply.
Live wallpapers Choose from preset animated wallpapers. Tap Preview to
view the animation, and then tap Apply.
Gallery Choose a photo that you have taken using the camera or
copied to your storage card. Crop the photo and then tap
Save.
To download more wallpapers, tap > Wallpaper > HTC wallpapers > Get
more.
30 PersonalizingApplying a new skin
Personalize beyond the Home screen by applying a new skin. Skins are set to give a
different look and feel to most of your phone’s onscreen buttons, application screens,
option menus, and other items.
1. From the Home screen, tap > Skin.
2. Slide your finger on the screen from right to left to select the skin you want.
3. Tap Apply.
To download more skins, tap > Skin > Get more.
Personalizing your Home screen with widgets
Widgets put at-a-glance important information and media content up front on your
Home screen. Some widgets are already added to your Home screen for your
convenience. You can add more from the available selections of widgets, or download
more widgets.
Adding a widget to your Home screen
1. Go to a part of the Home screen where there’s space to add a new widget.
2. Tap > Widget.
3. Select a widget that you want.
4. Most HTC widgets are available in a variety of designs and sizes to suit your
needs. Slide your finger on the screen from right to left to view the different
styles, and then tap Select to choose one.
You can also add widgets that allow you to quickly switch on or off certain settings of
your phone, such as Wi-Fi, Mobile Network, and Bluetooth. Scroll down the widgets
list, tap Settings, and then tap the widget that you want.
31 PersonalizingChanging the settings of a widget
You can modify basic settings of some widgets (for example, the People and Mail
widgets) from the Home screen.
1. Press and hold a widget on the Home screen. The phone vibrates and you’ll see
a colored box around the widget. Don’t lift your finger just yet.
2. Drag the widget to the Edit button (if it’s enabled).
The relevant screen where you can change some settings for this widget then
opens.
3. Customize the widget settings.
32 PersonalizingAdding icons and other shortcuts on your
Home screen
Place app icons on your Home screen to open apps quicker. You can also add
shortcuts to settings and specific information such as a bookmarked webpage,
someone’s phone number, a music playlist, route directions, and many other items, to
your Home screen.
The shortcuts available depend on the apps that are installed on your phone.
1. Go to a part of the Home screen where there’s space to add a new icon or
shortcut.
2. Tap and then tap App to add an app icon, or Shortcut to add a shortcut to
a setting or information.
To add an app icon on the Home screen, you can also press , tap , and then
press and hold an app icon. Without lifting your finger, drag the icon to an empty
area on the Home screen, and then release it.
Adding folders on your Home screen
Use folders to group related apps and other shortcuts to keep your Home screen tidy
and organized. You can also add information folders that show up-to-date information
such as Bluetooth received files, your Facebook phonebook, and more.
Creating a new folder and adding items to it
1. Go to a part of the Home screen where there’s space to add a new folder.
2. Tap > Folder.
3. Tap New Folder.
4. Press and hold an app icon or a shortcut that you want to move to the folder.
The phone then vibrates. Don’t lift your finger just yet.
5. Drag the app icon or shortcut and drop it on top of the folder.
Simply tap the folder to open it so you can access the
apps and shortcuts inside the folder.
Renaming a folder
1. Tap the folder to open it.
2. Press and hold the folder window’s title bar.
3. Enter a new folder name and then tap OK.
33 PersonalizingRearranging or removing widgets and icons on
your Home screen
Rearrange the widgets and icons on your Home screen to make room for adding more
items. You can also remove widgets and icons that you don’t frequently use.
Moving a widget or icon
1. Press and hold the widget or icon you want to move. The phone vibrates and
you’ll see a colored box around the widget or icon. Don’t lift your finger just yet.
2. Drag the widget or icon to a new location on the screen. You can pause at the
left or right edge of the screen to drag the widget or icon onto another Home
screen panel.
3. When the widget or icon is where you want it, lift your finger.
Removing a widget or icon
1. Press and hold the widget or icon you want to remove. The phone vibrates and
you`ll see a colored box around the widget or icon. Don’t lift your finger just yet.
2. Drag the widget or icon to the Remove button.
3. When the widget or icon also turns red, lift your finger.
34 PersonalizingRearranging the Home screen
Reorder your Home screen panels in any way that fits how you use them. For
example, move the panels with frequently-used widgets, shortcuts, and folders closer
to the main Home screen.
The center thumbnail in Leap view is always the main Home screen.
1. Pinch the Home screen to show the Leap view.
2. Press and hold the thumbnail of the home screen you want to move. The phone
then vibrates. Don’t lift your finger just yet.
3. Drag the thumbnail to its new position, and then lift your finger.
Using sound sets
Sound sets are different collections of ringtone, notification, and alarm sounds you
can use to personalize the way your phone alerts you. Using sound sets, you can
instantly change from subtle ringtone and notification sounds while you’re in the
office into something fun when you’re out with friends.
Choosing a preset sound set
1. From the Home screen, tap > Sound set.
2. On the Sound sets screen, tap a sound set name.
35 Personalizing3. You can tap to hear samples of the ringtone, notification sounds, and alarm
for that sound set.
4. Tap Apply.
To download more sound sets, tap > Sound set > Get more.
Creating a sound set
1. From the Home screen, tap > Sound set.
2. On the Sound sets screen, tap New sound set.
3. Enter a new sound set name, and then tap Done.
The newly created sound set is then added to your phone’s list of sound sets. You can
assign different tones to the sound set to your preference.
Customizing a sound set
You can customize a sound set by applying your personal choice of ringtone,
notification sounds, and alarms that may be from your phone’s preset selection or
your storage card (except for notification sounds).
Be sure to choose the sound set you want before changing the ringtone,
notification sounds, and alarm since your phone automatically saves your changes
to the current sound set selected.
Deleting sound sets
1. From the Home screen, tap > Sound set.
2. Press , and then tap Delete.
3. Tap one or more sound sets you want to delete.
4. Tap Delete.
36 PersonalizingChanging your ringtones and alarms
Change your ringtones, notification sounds, and alarms to suit your mood or lifestyle.
Your changes are saved in the sound set that is currently loaded, overwriting its
settings.
Changing the ringtone
1. From the Home screen, tap > Ringtone.
2. Scroll through the available ringtones and tap the ringtone you want to use. The
ringtone briefly plays when selected.
3. If the audio file is on your storage card, tap New ringtone, select the item you
want to import to the Ringtones list, then tap OK.
4. Tap Apply.
Changing notification sounds
1. From the Home screen, tap > Notification sound.
2. Choose the type of notification that you want to change.
3. Scroll through the available tones and tap the item you want to use. A sample
tone briefly plays when selected.
4. Tap Apply.
Although you can`t import notification sounds from your storage card, you can tap
Get more to download more audio files from HTC Hub.
Changing the alarm sound
1. From the Home screen, tap > Alarm.
2. Scroll through the available tones and tap the item you want to use. A sample
tone briefly plays when selected.
3. If the audio file is on your storage card, tap New alarm, select the item you want
to import to the Alarms list, then tap OK.
4. Tap Apply.
37 PersonalizingRearranging or hiding application tabs
You can rearrange the tabs at the bottom of some of your phone’s apps to prioritize
the types of information you frequently use or remove the tabs you don’t really need.
1. Open an app that has the usual tabs at the bottom of its screen (for example,
the contact details screen in People).
2. Press and hold a tab. When the screen changes and shows you an empty area,
lift your finger.
3. Do any of the following:
Move a tab Press and hold the tab you want to move, and then drag it to its
new position.
Remove a tab Press and hold a tab you want to hide, then drag it up. When
you see a colored box, lift your finger.
4. When you’re done, press .
Adding a tab back
1. Open the app from which you previously removed some tabs.
2. Press and hold a tab. When the screen changes and shows you some of your
hidden tabs, lift your finger.
3. Press and hold the tab you want to show, then drag it down to where you want
to position it again.
4. When you’re done, press .
38 PersonalizingPhone calls
Different ways of making calls
Besides making calls from the phone dialer screen on your phone, you can tap a
number in a text message or email to call, or press a single number on the phone
dialer to quickly call a contact.
Most SIM cards come with a PIN (personal identification number) set by your
mobile operator. If you’re asked for a PIN, enter it and then tap OK. If you enter the
wrong PIN three times, your SIM card is blocked. Don`t worry. Just contact your
mobile operator and ask for the PUK (PIN Unblocking Key).
Making a call on the Phone dialer screen
You can either dial a number directly, or use the Smart dial feature to search and call a
stored contact or a number from your call history.
1. On the Home screen, tap Phone.
2. Begin entering the first few digits of a phone number or characters of a contact
name on the phone keypad. The Phone dialer screen then displays a list of
matching numbers and names.
If you enter a wrong digit or letter, tap to delete it. To erase the entire entry,
press and hold .
3. Tap to close the phone keypad and to see if there are more matching
numbers or contacts.
4. To browse through the filtered list, flick through the list or slide your finger up or
down the list slowly.
5. To place a call, do one of the following:
§ Tap a phone number or contact from the list.
§ After entering a complete number, tap Call.
§ To call a different phone number associated with the contact, you can tap
at the right side of the contact name. On the contact details screen, tap
the number you want to call.
While dialing or when the call is in progress, the status bar displays the call in progress
icon .
39 Phone callsWhat is Smart dial?
The phone dialer’s Smart dial feature makes it quick and easy for you to place a call.
Simply enter the phone number or first few letters of the person’s name you want to
call. Smart dial automatically searches and filters your contacts list (stored on your
phone, SIM card, and online accounts such as Google Account and Exchange
ActiveSync) and the phone numbers from the call history.
Using Speed dial
Use Speed dial to call a phone number with a single tap. For example, if you assign a
contact’s number to the number 2 key, you can just press and hold 2 to dial the
number.
The number 1 key is generally reserved for your voicemail. Press and hold this key
to call voicemail and retrieve your voicemail messages.
Assigning a speed dial key
1. On the Home screen, tap Phone.
2. Press , and then tap Speed dial > Add new.
3. Enter the name of the contact you want to add. When the name comes up in
the list, tap the name.
4. On the Speed dial screen, choose the phone number of the contact to use, and a
speed dial key to assign.
5. Tap Save.
Calling a phone number in a text message
1. Tap the phone number within the message.
2. Edit the phone number if needed, and then tap Call.
To call the message sender, press and hold the sender or the received message,
and then tap Call on the options menu.
40 Phone callsCalling a phone number in an email
Want to call a number that`s in an email? No problem. Numbers of at least 5 digits
along with any of the following are recognized as phone numbers:
§ Numbers starting with a plus sign (+). For example, +1-987-654-32 1 or
+198765432 1.
§ Numbers starting with an area or country code enclosed in a parenthesis. For
example, (02)98765432 1 or (02)987-654-32 1.
§ Numbers separated by dashes. For example, (02)-987-654-32 1 or 0987-654-32
1.
1. In the email body, tap the phone number.
2. Edit the phone number if needed, and then tap Call.
Making an emergency call
In some regions, you can make emergency calls from your phone even if you don’t
have a SIM card installed or your SIM card has been blocked.
1. On the Home screen, tap Phone.
2. Dial the international emergency number for your locale (for example, 000), and
then tap Call.
Additional emergency numbers may be included in your SIM card. Contact your
mobile operator for details.
If you’ve enabled but forgotten your lock screen password, lock pattern, and/or the
SIM lock, you can still make emergency calls by tapping Emergency call on the screen.
41 Phone callsReceiving calls
When you receive a phone call from a contact, the Incoming call screen appears.
You can use your phone’s polite ringer and pocket mode features for receiving
calls. To find out how, see Changing sound settings on page 192.
Answering a call
To answer a call:
§ Tap Answer.
§ If the display is off when you get a call, the Lock screen appears. Drag the bar
that shows the caller name or number downward.
Rejecting a call
Do one of the following:
§ Tap Decline.
§ If the display is off when you get a call, drag the bar upward on the Lock screen,
or press and then tap Decline.
§ To reject the call and send a text message, press , and then tap Send
message.
You can also Press the POWER button twice to reject a call.
Changing the text message to send out for rejected calls
1. On the Phone dialer screen, press .
2. Tap Settings > Edit default message.
3. Enter the new message, and then tap OK.
42 Phone callsMuting the ringing sound without rejecting the call
Do one of the following:
§ Press the VOLUME DOWN or VOLUME UP button.
§ Press the POWER button.
§ Place the phone face down on a level surface.
If the phone is already facing down, the phone will still ring when there are
subsequent incoming calls.
HTC Caller ID
Everytime you make a call or your friend gives you a ring, you get to see your friend’s
latest status update from social networks like Facebook or Twitter right on the call
screen. You also won’t miss people’s birthdays. You’ll see a birthday reminder, if your
friend’s birthday will occur sometime within the next seven days.
What can I do during a call?
When a call is in progress, use the buttons onscreen to mute or unmute the
microphone or to turn the speakerphone on or off. You can also press and
choose whether to add a call, place the call on hold, mute the microphone, and more.
Putting a call on hold
1. Press and then tap Hold to put the call on hold. When you put a call on
hold, the status bar displays the hold call icon .
2. Press , and then tap Unhold to resume the call.
43 Phone callsSwitching between calls
If you’re already on a call and accept another call, you can choose to switch between
the two calls.
1. When you receive another call, tap Answer to accept the second call and put
the first call on hold.
2. To switch between the calls, tap the person you want to talk to on the screen.
3. To end the current call and return to the other call, tap End call.
Turning the speakerphone on during a call
To decrease potential damage to your hearing, do not hold your phone against
your ear when the speakerphone is on.
Do one of the following:
§ Flip your phone over during a call (be sure that Flip for speaker is selected in
> > Settings > Sound).
§ On the call screen, tap .
The speakerphone icon appears in the status bar when the speakerphone is on.
To turn the speakerphone off, just flip the phone over again, facing it up. Or tap
again.
Muting the microphone during a call
On the call screen, tap to toggle between turning the microphone on or off.
When the microphone is turned off, the mute icon appears in the status bar.
Ending a call
Do one of the following to end the call:
§ On the call screen, tap End call.
If the phone display is off, press POWER to turn on the screen so you can tap End
call.
§ Slide open the Notifications panel, then tap .
§ If you are using the provided wired headset, press the button to end the call.
If the phone number of the person who called is not in your contacts list, you can
choose to save the number to your contacts list after you hang up.
44 Phone callsSetting up a conference call
Conference calling with your friends, family, or co-workers is easy. Make the first call
(or accept a call), and then simply dial each subsequent call to add it to the
conference.
Make sure your SIM card is enabled with conference calling service. Contact your
mobile operator for details.
1. Make a call to the first conference call participant.
2. When connected, press , tap Add call, and then dial the number of the
second participant. The first participant is put on hold when you dial the second
participant.
3. When connected to the second participant, tap merge .
4. To add another participant to the conference call, tap on the conference call
screen, and then dial the number of the contact you want to invite to the
conference call.
5. When connected, tap to add the participant to the conference call.
6. To talk to a person in the conference call in private, tap and then select
Private call on the options menu.
7. When finished, tap End call.
Internet calls
When you`re connected to a Wi-Fi network, you can make and receive calls through
an Internet calling account.
Adding an Internet calling account
Before you add an Internet calling account, make sure that you`ve registered with an
Internet calling service that supports voice calls over Session Initiation Protocol (SIP).
1. From the Home screen, press , and then tap Settings > Call.
2. Under Internet call settings, tap Accounts.
3. Tap Add account.
4. Enter your account details.
5. Press to save your account.
6. To set your phone to receive Internet calls on your added account, tap the
Receive incoming calls check box.
45 Phone callsMaking an Internet call
Make an Internet call to either your contact`s Internet calling account or phone
number.
Internet calls to phone numbers may incur additional fees or may not be supported
by your mobile operator.
Call any of the following:
Internet
calling
account
§ In People, tap a contact who has an Internet calling account, and then
tap Internet call.
§ In Call History, tap an Internet call log.
Phone
number
See Different ways of making calls on page 39. But first, set your phone
to use Internet calling for your outgoing calls. From the Home screen,
press , and then tap Settings > Call. Tap Use Internet calling, and
then select either For all calls or Ask for each call.
Using Call history
Use Call History to check missed calls, your dialed numbers, and received calls.
Checking a missed call
You will see the missed call icon in the status bar when you miss a call.
1. Slide open the Notifications panel to check who the caller is.
2. To return the call, tap the missed call notification. Then tap the caller’s name or
number on the Call History screen.
Checking calls in the Call History
From the Home screen, tap > Call History.
You can also tap on the phone dialer screen.
On the Call History screen, you can:
§ Tap a name or number in the list to call.
§ Press and hold a name or number in the list to display the options menu.
§ Tap to check only the call history of a particular contact.
§ Press , then tap View to display just a particular type of calls such as missed
calls or outgoing calls.
46 Phone callsAdding a new phone number to your contacts from Call History
1. On the Call History screen, press and hold the phone number that you want to
save, and then tap Save to People.
2. Choose whether to create a new contact or save the number to an existing
contact on your phone.
3. Do any of the following:
§ When creating a new contact, enter the contact name, contact type, and
other information in the blank contact record that appears. The phone
number is automatically added to the mobile field in the phone section. To
store it as another type of number, for example a home number, tap the
Mobile button.
§ When saving the number to an existing contact, tap a contact stored on
your phone, and then select the number type.
4. Tap Save.
Clearing the Call History list
On the Call History screen, do one of the following:
Remove one name or
number
Press and hold the name or number, and then tap
Delete from call history.
Clear the entire list Press , and then tap Delete all.
Using Home dialing
When you`re on a trip abroad, it`s easy to dial friends and family from home.
Your home country code is automatically added when you make calls while roaming.
1. On the Home screen, tap Phone.
2. Enter the phone number from your home country that you wish to call.
If you enter a leading zero, it will be removed. If you enter a plus (+) sign before the
phone number, your phone will dial normally.
The Home Dialing screen opens and shows the country code to be added
before the phone number.
3. If you want to change the country code, choose the country that you want from
the country selection box.
4. Tap Done, and then place the call.
47 Phone callsTurning off Home dialing
If you prefer to manually enter complete phone numbers to call while roaming, you
can turn off Home dialing.
1. From the Home screen, press , and then tap Settings > Call.
2. Select the Home country check box.
Call services
Your phone can directly link to the mobile phone network, and enable you to access
and change the settings of various phone services for your phone. Call services may
include call forwarding, call waiting, voicemail, and more. Contact your mobile
operator to find out about the availability of call services for your phone.
To open call services, press from the Home screen, and then tap Settings > Call.
Fixed Dialing
Numbers
Restrict outgoing calls to a fixed set of numbers. To enable this
feature, you must know your SIM card’s PIN2 code.
Voicemail service Shows the current voicemail service being used.
Voicemail settings Specify another voicemail number aside from the voice mail
number on your SIM card.
Clear voicemail
notification
If you have a notification of a new voicemail, you can clear the
notification with this option.
Phone settings Edit the call reject message, choose whether to open the
message editor when you reject a call with a message, and
choose whether to allow automatic saving of an unknown
contact number when a call with that number ends.
Cell broadcast Enable or disable receipt of cell broadcast messages from your
service provider.
Cell broadcast
settings
Configure channels and language for cell broadcast messages.
Call forwarding Select how you want your phone to handle busy, unanswered,
and unreachable calls. You can also set the call forwarding
option for all incoming calls.
Call barring
settings
Choose whether to block various categories of incoming and
outgoing call.
Additional call
settings
Enable or disable operator services such as caller ID and call
waiting.
Home country Enable or disable the Home dialing feature.
Home dialing Set the country code to be automatically added before the
phone numbers you dial while you`re roaming.
48 Phone callsAccounts Add, modify, or remove Internet calling accounts. You can also
choose whether to receive incoming Internet calls.
Use Internet
calling
Select whether to use Internet calling for all calls you make or
for Internet address calls only, or to be asked which you prefer
for each call you make.
Turning Airplane mode on or off
In many countries, you are required by law to turn off the phone while on board an
aircraft. A way to turn off the phone function is to switch your phone to Airplane
mode.
When you enable Airplane mode, all wireless radios on your phone are turned off,
including the call function, data services, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. When you disable
Airplane mode, the call function is turned back on and the previous state of Bluetooth
and Wi-Fi is restored.
To turn Airplane mode on or off, press and hold POWER, and then tap Airplane mode.
When enabled, the Airplane mode icon is displayed in the status bar.
49 Phone callsMessages
Opening Messages
Keep in touch with important people in your life. Use the Messages app to compose
and send text (SMS) and multimedia messages (MMS).
From the Home screen, tap > Messages. The All messages screen opens, where
all your sent and received messages are neatly grouped into conversations, by
contact name or phone number.
§ Scroll up or down the list of conversations by
swiping your finger on the screen.
§ Tap a contact name or number to view the exchange
of messages.
You can also view your messages on the Home screen with the Messages widget.
Sending a text message (SMS)
1. From the Home screen, tap > Messages.
2. Tap Compose message.
3. Fill in one or more recipients. You can:
§ Enter the first few letters of a contact name or starting digits of a mobile
number. As you type, matching names with phone numbers from your
stored contacts are displayed. Tap a name or one of the contact’s numbers.
§ Tap , and then select the phone numbers of the contacts to whom you
want to send the message. You can also select contact groups as
recipients. When you have selected all the message recipients, tap OK.
§ Enter the complete phone numbers directly in the To field.
50 Messages4. Tap the box that says Add text, and then enter your message.
§ There is a limit on the number of characters for a single text message (displayed
above the Send button). If you exceed the limit, your text message will be
delivered as one but will be billed as more than one message.
§ Your text message automatically becomes a multimedia message if you enter an
email address as the recipient, add a message subject, attach an item, or compose
a very long message.
5. Tap Send, or press to save the message as a draft.
Sending a multimedia message (MMS)
1. From the Home screen, tap > Messages.
2. Tap Compose message.
3. Fill in one or more recipients. You can:
§ Enter the first few letters of a contact name or starting digits of a mobile
number. As you type, matching names with phone numbers and email
addresses from your stored contacts are displayed. Tap a contact’s number
or email address. Email addresses will be displayed when Show email
address is selected in Recipient list settings.
§ Tap , and then select the phone numbers of the contacts to whom you
want to send the message. You can also select contact groups as
recipients. When you have selected all the message recipients, tap OK.
§ Enter the complete phone numbers or email address directly in the To field.
4. To add a subject line, press and then tap Add subject.
5. Tap the box that says Add text, and then enter your message.
51 Messages6. Tap and then choose the type of attachment.
Picture Select Camera to take a photo and attach it, or Gallery
to attach a photo from your storage card.
Video Select Camcorder to capture a video and attach it, or
Videos to attach a video from your storage card.
Audio Select Voice Recorder to make a voice recording and
attach it, or Music & sounds to attach a music file or
voice recording from your storage card.
App
recommendation
Choose an app you’ve installed from Android Market
that you want to share with others. The URL from which
the app can be downloaded will be inserted to your
message.
Location Add your current location (requires GPS to be turned
on), or a location you pick on a map to your message.
Contact (vCard) Select a contact, and then select the information to
attach.
Appointment
(vCalendar)
Select the calendar event you want to attach.
7. To see options for replacing or reviewing your attachment, tap . You can also
press , then tap Remove to start over.
8. Tap Send, or press to save the message as a draft.
Creating a slideshow
1. After you`ve added either a photo, video, or audio in the multimedia message
you’re composing, tap > Slideshow.
2. Do any of the following:
Add a slide Tap , and then choose to add a photo or a
video.
Add music or a voice
recording to a slide
Right after adding a slide, tap > Audio.
Add a caption to a slide Tap the box that says Add text.
Edit a slide Tap , and then choose to replace, remove, or
set the duration of the slide.
Preview the slideshow Press , and then tap More > Preview. Tap once
on the preview screen to see playback controls.
3. When finished, tap Send, or press to save the message as a draft.
52 MessagesResuming a draft message
1. On the All messages screen, press , and then tap Drafts.
2. Tap the message and then resume editing it.
3. Tap Send.
Viewing and replying to a message
Depending on your notification settings, the phone plays a ringtone, vibrates, or
displays the message briefly in the status bar when you receive a new message. A
new message icon is also displayed in the status bar.
1. To open and read the message, you can:
§ Press and hold the status bar, and then slide your finger down to open the
Notifications panel. Then tap the new message notification.
§ Open the Messages app to access and read the message.
2. While reading the message, you can:
Reply with a text
message
Tap the box that says Add text, enter your reply
message, and then tap Send.
Reply with a multimedia
message
Tap the box that says Add text, enter your reply
message, tap to choose an attachment for
your message, and then tap Send.
Call or save a phone
number contained in the
message
Tap the phone number. Then choose whether to
dial the number or add it to your contacts.
Open a link in the
message
Tap the link to open it in the web browser.
Send to or save an email
address contained in the
message
Tap the email address. Then choose whether to
send an email, send a multimedia message, or save
the email address to your contacts.
Forward a message Press and hold the message to open the options
menu, and then tap Forward.
Check message details Press and hold the message t

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