Htc – Advantage x7501 – Quick Start

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Select the number or contact you want
to call, then tap:
• to make a voice call.
• to start a video call.
Note For clearer conversations, connect a wired or
Bluetooth headset to your device. To learn how
to connect a Bluetooth headset, refer to the
User Manual.
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What’s in the Box
These are the items that you should find inside the box.
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1. HTC Advantage
2. AC Adapter
3. USB Sync Cable
4. Stereo Headset
5. Keyboard
6. Carrying Case
7. Car Charger
8. Battery
9. Screen Protector
10. Car Holder
11. Read Me First
and User Manual
12. Accessory Bag
13. Getting Started and
Applications Discs
14. Video Output Cable
15. Extra Stylus
Read Me First
This Read Me First will help you get started with using your Windows Mobile® 6.1 powered device.
We recommend that you have this guide handy when you start using your device.
For a more complete reference, consult the User Manual that came with the device.

Get E-mail On Your Device
Set up your device so you can send and receive e-mail messages using your favorite e-mail service.

Personalize Your Device

Secure Your Device
A. To enable the SIM PIN
Enabling the SIM PIN requires you to enter the PIN before you can use the phone features of
your device.
You can enable the SIM PIN by tapping Start > Settings > Personal tab >
Phone > Security tab and selecting the Require PIN when phone is used checkbox.
B. To enable the device password
Enabling the device password requires you to enter a password to unlock the device after it
has been left idle for a set period of time.
1. Tap Start > Settings > Personal tab > Lock.
2. Select the Prompt if device unused for check box, then select the time before
your device asks for the password.
3. Select the Password type.
4. Enter and confirm the password, then tap OK.
C. To enable the key lock
Enabling the key lock helps prevent accidental screen taps or button presses when the
device is in your bag or pocket.
Lock the keys by tapping the Launcher tab ( ) on the HTC Home, then tapping .
To unlock, tap Unlock, then tap the Unlock button on the screen.

Capture a Photo or Video
Use the Camera of your device to capture those precious moments.

Make a Voice or Video Call
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On the Phone keypad, tap the keys with
your finger or stylus to enter the phone
number. The Smart Dialing panel will
display the matching phone numbers
in Call History, as well as the matching
contacts found on your device and SIM
card.
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View Information on the Subdisplay
The Subdisplay shows the current local and visiting date and time, notifications, and device status
such as signal strength, audio, and battery power, on a designated area on the screen.
The Subdisplay is automatically activated when the keyboard covers the screen.
To activate the Subdisplay, cover the device touch screen with the hardware keyboard.
The transparent window of the hardware keyboard must be on the same side with the
microphone.
Microphone
Keyboard
(bottom)
Subdisplay
To cycle through various information that appears on the Subdisplay,
slide the VOLUME CONTROL up or down.
You can synchronise your device with your company’s Microsoft Exchange server so you get your
company emails on your device. Refer to the User Manual for more information.
If e-mail provider settings are found
preconfigured on your device, the
E-mail Setup wizard shows a successful
message. Tap Next.
Tap Start > Messaging > Setup E-mail.
Enter your E-mail address and
Password, then tap Next.
Select the frequency to send and receive
email, then tap Finish to start receiving
and sending e-mails on your device.
Note If the settings are not found on your device,
select the Try to get e-mail settings
automatically from the Internet checkbox,
then tap Next. If the E-mail Setup wizard was
unsuccessful in finding and downloading
settings from the Internet, select Internet
e-mail from the Y our e-mail provider list on
the next screen. You will be asked to enter e-mail
server settings. See the User Manual for details.
Enter Your name and Account
display name, then tap Next.
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Smart
Dialing
panel
Tap Start > Phone.
Tap to hang-up.
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To save contacts on your SIM card to your
device, use SIM Manager.
To open SIM Manager, tap Start > Programs >
SIM Manager.
The photo will be saved to the My Pictures folder, unless you choose to delete it by tapping
in the Review screen after taking the photo. Tap if you want to send the photo via
MMS or e-mail. Refer to the User Manual for more information on how to use the Camera.
V I D E O C A M E R A
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Press the CAMERA button to
open the Camera program.
Tap to choose
the resolution
Tap to configure capture and camera settings.
Tap to change the
capture mode.
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Press the CAMERA button
halfway to activate autofocus.
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Press the CAMERA button
fully to take the shot.
Tap to close the
Camera program.
Note You can also press
the Enter key of the
hardware keyboard to
take the shot or to start/
stop capturing video.
A. Change the Today
screen background
Tap Start > Settings >
Personal tab > Today.
B. Set the date and time
Tap the HTC Home time
display, then tap the
Time tab.
C. Manage power
settings
Tap Start > Settings >
System tab > Power >
Advanced tab.
D. Change ringer settings
and tone
Navigate to the HTC
Home Sound tab ( ),
then tap the area that
shows Ringtone.
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Quick Setup Wizard
When you power on your device for the first time, a Quick Start Wizard will guide you through
touch screen calibration, provide a quick tutorial on stylus operation and pop-up menus, and
allow you to set the date, time, and the device password.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the wizard.

Synchronize Your Device and Computer
Synchronize your device with your computer to keep information such as Outlook e-mails,
contacts, tasks, and appointments up-to-date on your device.
Set up synchronization software on your computer
Depending on the operating system of your computer, you will need either Microsoft ActiveSync®
4.5 (or later) or Windows Mobile® Device Center to synchronize your device with your computer.
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Select the information you want to
synchronize and click Next.
Set up Windows Mobile Device
Center on Windows Vista®
Set up ActiveSync on Windows® XP
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Install ActiveSync 4.5 on your computer
from the Getting Started Disc.
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Connect your device to your computer.
The Synchronization Setup Wizard
automatically starts and guides you to
create a synchronization partnership.
Click Next to proceed.
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To synchronize your device with your
computer, clear the Synchronize directly
with a server running Microsoft
Exchange check box and click Next.
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Select the information types that you
want to synchronize, then click Next.
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Choose whether to allow wireless
connections while your device is
connected to the computer.
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Connect your device to your
computer. In Windows Mobile Device
Center, click Set up your device.
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Type a name for your device and
click Set Up.
Click Finish. 6
The PDA Phone
Before Using Your Device

Go Online and Surf the Web
You can use Wi-Fi® to connect your device to the Internet.
Note If there is no Wi-Fi hotspot in your area, you can connect your device to your wireless service provider’s 3G/GPRS
network to have Internet access.
HTC Home™
HTC Home™ is a Today screen plug-in that gives
you up-to-date local information at a glance, such
as time, date, and weather information, and shows
new messages and missed calls. It also comes with
customizable contacts and launcher tabs where you
can add your favorite contacts and applications for
convenient one-touch access, and a profile selector
where you can quickly change the profile or ring tone
of your device and enable or disable the hardware
keyboard bvibration.
A. Open the battery compartment C. Install the battery
Pull up the battery lock (1),
then insert the battery into
the bay (2) with its label side
up.
B. Install the SIM card
miniSD card slot
SIM card slot
Battery bay
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Cut-off corner
SIM card
slot door
1 When the battery latch clicks
into place, press the battery
lock, then close the battery
compartment cover.
Slide up the battery
compartment cover,
then flip it down to
access the battery
bay, SIM card slot, and
miniSD™ card slot.
Flip up the SIM card
slot door (1), then
insert the SIM card into
the slot with its gold
contacts facing up and
its cut-off corner facing
out the slot (2).
Flip down the SIM card slot door, then press it until it
clicks in place.
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Battery latch
Battery lock
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Battery lock
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D. Charge the battery
The battery is partially charged out of the box. To charge
the battery, connect the AC adapter plug to an electrical
outlet (1) and then connect the USB end to the DC IN/
SYNC port on the left panel of the device (2).
The battery is fully charged after about 3 hours of charging.
E. Attach the hardware keyboard
Attach the keyboard to your device via the keyboard
connector. The device securely attaches itself to the
keyboard through a magnet.
You can start entering text into your document or message
by pressing the keys on the keyboard.
F. Turn the device on or off
Press and hold the POWER button for about 3 to 5 seconds
to turn the device on or off. When turning off, a message
will appear on the screen. Tap Yes to turn off the device.
Press the POWER button shortly to turn off the display
temporarily and save battery power.
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Microphone
V I D E O C A M E R A
Touch screen
Second
camera
HOME/TODAY
button
Notification LEDs
Front panel
CAMERA button
Speaker
Stylus
POWER button
Right panel
Bottom panel
Battery compartment Keyboard connector
Speaker
VGA/TV-Out and
USB Host port
VOLUME CONTROL
DC IN/SYNC
port Earphone/
Microphone jack
Left panel
Top panel
Flash light
RESET
button
3.0 megapixel camera
Back panel
GPS antenna
connector
HTC Home: Home tab
Note If you are trying to connect to a secured wireless network (Security-enabled), you may need to enter a
network key before you can connect to it.
Tap Start > Settings > Connections
tab > Comm Manager, then tap the
Wi-Fi button.
Select an open wireless network
(Unsecured), then tap OK. Your device
is now connected to the Internet.
When your device is connected to the Internet, you can:
• Surf the web by tapping Start > Internet Explorer.
• Chat with friends by tapping Start > Programs > Messenger.
• Read the latest news by tapping Start > Programs > RSS Hub.

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