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Windows® Phone 8X by HTC®
User guide


Contents
Unboxing
Your phone
8
SIM card
9
Battery
11
Switching the power on or off
12
Setting up your phone
Entering your PIN
13
Setting up your phone for the first time
13
Account setup
13
Getting contacts into your phone
14
Your first week with your new phone
Features you'll enjoy
15
Start screen
16
Touch gestures
17
Motion gestures
19
Adjusting the volume
20
Sleep mode
21
Lock screen
21
Changing the ringtone
22
Changing the theme
23
Taking a screenshot
23
Switching between apps
23
Windows Store
24
Using speech on your phone
24
Camera
Camera basics
26
Taking a photo
27
Recording video
28
After capturing
28
Phone calls
Making a call
29
Receiving calls
30
What can I do during a call?
30
Starting a conference call
31
Call history
32
Turning airplane mode on or off
33 2
Contents


People
Keeping in touch
34
Importing contacts from your SIM card
34
Adding a new contact
34
Jumping to a section in the contacts list
35
Filtering your contacts list
35
Merging contact profiles
35
Searching, editing or deleting
36
Sharing with a group of contacts in real-time
37
Organizing your contacts into groups
38
What is the Me tile?
40
Posting to social networks
40
Filtering social updates
41
Keyboard
Using the onscreen keyboard
42
Entering words with predictive text
43
Changing the keyboard language
43
Messaging
Texting and chatting in one place
44
Sharing pictures, videos, and more in a message
45
Viewing and replying to a message
46
Managing conversations
47
Email
Adding your Microsoft account
48
Adding a POP3/IMAP email account
48
Adding a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync account
49
Checking email
49
Sending email
50
Managing email messages
51
Changing email account settings
52
Photos, videos, and music
Photos
53
Music + Videos
55
Sync and Backup
Keeping things in sync
56
Backing up your files
56
Internet connections
Data connection
57
Wi-Fi
58
Using your phone as a mobile hotspot
59 3
Contents


Search and Web browser
Ways you can search the Web
60
Searching for information
60
Scanning codes, tags, and text
61
Opening and navigating web pages
63
Music search
64
Maps and location
Location services
65
Maps
65
Local Scout
68
Calendar
What you can do in Calendar
70
Creating a calendar appointment
70
Creating a new to-do task
71
Displaying and syncing calendars
72
AT&T apps
AT&T myWireless
73
AT&T U-verse Mobile
73
AT&T Navigator
74
AT&T Code Scanner
74
AT&T Radio
74
More apps
What can I do in the HTC hub?
75
What's in the Office hub?
80
Xbox LIVE in the Games hub
81
Bluetooth and NFC
Connecting a Bluetooth accessory
82
Disconnecting a Bluetooth accessory
82
Unpairing
83
Sharing content with NFC
83
Turning NFC on and off
83
Using NFC
84
Settings
Attentive phone features
85
Turning Battery Saver on
85
Changing display settings
86
Changing sound settings
86
Managing apps and storage
87
Security
Protecting your SIM card with a PIN
88 4
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Protecting your phone with a password
88
Making your phone safe for kids
89
Setting up Kid's Corner
89
Launching Kid's Corner
89
Closing and disabling Kid's Corner
90
Update and reset
How to get and install updates
91
Preparing for a software update
91
Installing an update
92
Factory reset
92
Trademarks and copyrights
Index
5
Contents


Conventions 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 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 feature to work properly.
This provides safety precaution information, that is, information that you need to be careful about to prevent potential problems.
6
Conventions used in this guide


Other helpful resources
For health, safety, and regulatory information, please read the Safety and regulatory guide that’s included in the box.
In addition to this user guide, you can find help information, FAQs, and more in www.htc.com/us/support
To learn a lot more about using Windows
®
Phone, open Help+Tips on your phone. Or use your web browser and go to windowsphone.com
Certain Windows Phone features or Microsoft
®
services may not be available in some countries or regions.
7
Other helpful resources


Unboxing
Your phone
1. BACK
2. USB connector
3. START
4. SEARCH
5. Camera button
6. VOLUME
7. Notification LED
8. Proximity sensor
9. POWER
10. 3.5mm headset jack
11. Front camera
If you want to use a screen protector, please don’t cover and block the proximity sensor. You can purchase the dedicated screen protector for your phone that already has a small opening for the sensor.
8
Unboxing


SIM card
The SIM card contains your phone number, service details, and memory for storing phonebook contacts and/or text messages.
Inserting the SIM card
1. With the phone facing up, insert the tip of the SIM removal tool into the small hole next to the SIM card tray slot.
2. Push the tip all the way into the hole until the SIM card tray ejects.
3. Pull the SIM card tray out, and place the SIM card (contacts facing down) into the tray.
4. Insert the SIM card tray back into the slot.
9
Unboxing


Removing the SIM card
Make sure to switch off your phone before removing your SIM card.
1. With the phone facing up, insert the tip of the SIM removal tool into the small hole next to the SIM card tray slot.
2. Push the tip all the way into the hole until the SIM card tray ejects.
3. Pull the SIM card tray out and remove the SIM card.
When removing the SIM card, make sure that you insert the empty SIM card tray back into the slot.
10
Unboxing


Battery
Your phone uses a rechargeable, non-removable battery. How long the battery can last before it needs recharging depends on how you use your phone. The features and accessories you use can affect battery life. For example, leaving your Bluetooth
®
connection always on uses more power. Long phone calls and frequent web browsing use 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.
Charging the battery
Before you turn on and start using your phone, it is recommended that you charge the battery.
Only the power adapter and USB cable provided in the box must be used to charge the battery.
1. Insert the small end of the USB cable into the USB connector.
2. Insert the other end of the USB cable into the power adapter.
3. 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 red light. The light turns to solid green when the battery is fully charged.
When you charge the battery and the phone is on, the charging battery icon is displayed in the 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.
11
Unboxing


Switching the power on or off
Switching the power on
Press the POWER button. Easy.
When you turn on your phone for the first time, you’ll need to set it up.
Switching the power off
1. If the display is off, press the POWER button to turn it back on, then unlock the screen.
2. Press and hold the POWER button until you see the message, slide down to power off.
3. Swipe your finger down the screen.
Phone not responding?
Restart your phone if it doesn't respond when you touch the screen or press the buttons.
Press and hold the POWER button for at least 12 seconds. Your phone turns off and then turns back on.
12
Unboxing


Setting up your phone
Entering your PIN
Some SIM cards come with a PIN (personal identification number) set by AT&T.
If you’re asked for a PIN, enter it and then tap enter.
If you enter the wrong PIN three times, the SIM card is blocked. If this happens, you can unblock it with the PUK (PIN Unlocking Key) obtained from AT&T.
Setting up your phone for the first time
When you switch on your phone for the first time, you’ll be asked to set it up. Just follow the onscreen instructions and you’ll be up and running in no time.
Be sure to sign in with your Microsoft account so you can use services such as
Windows Store, Xbox LIVE
®
, and more.
Account setup
Set up your online accounts so you can send and receive email, and more.
Depending on the type of email account that you set up, other items such as contacts,
calendar, or other information can appear on your phone as well. And when you sign in to your social networking accounts, you'll also get your friends' status updates and see the pictures they've posted.
Setting up an account
1. On the Start screen, slide to the left.
2. Tap Settings > email+accounts.
3. Tap add an account, and then tap the type of account you want to set up.
Syncing an account
If you're not seeing your most recent email messages or status updates in an account,
you can manually sync the account to download them.
1. On the Start screen, slide to the left.
2. Tap Settings > email+accounts.
3. Press and hold the account whose information you want to download, and then tap sync.
13
Setting up your phone


Deleting an account
1. On the Start screen, slide to the left.
2. Tap Settings > email+accounts.
3. Press and hold the account you want to delete, and then tap delete.
Your primary Microsoft account cannot be deleted. You'll need to do a factory reset to remove it.
Getting contacts into your phone
There are several ways you can add contacts to your phone.
Online accounts
Log in to your online accounts to import contact information.
Phone contacts
Create and store contacts directly in your phone.
SIM card
Copy your SIM contacts to your phone.
Outlook
®
(Exchange
ActiveSync
®
)
Sync your work contacts with Outlook (Exchange
ActiveSync).
Bluetooth
Receive contacts via Bluetooth from another phone.
14
Setting up your phone


Your first week with your new phone
Features you'll enjoy
Keep up to date with your family and friends, and share what's going on in your life.
Hear what you've been missing in your music. And more.
Make your phone as unique as you are
Personalize your Start screen with what's important and unique to you. Create live tiles for your favorite people, music albums, apps, and more, and pin them all to your
Start screen. To find out more, see
Start screen on page 16.
Capture every moment
Here are some of the great camera features you can use:
§
With the ultra-wide angle front camera, you can take a picture of yourself and more of the beautiful landscape behind you. Or take a close up shot with family or friends.
§
Quickly launch your camera with the dedicated CAMERA button, even when your phone is in sleep mode.
§
Use your camera in a wide variety of environments, even in low light conditions.
To find out how to do these and more, see
Camera on page 26.
Beats By Dr. Dre Audio™
Beats Audio

integration gives you a rich, authentic sound experience, whether you’re listening to music, watching a video, or playing a game. To find out more, see
Making your music sound better on page 55.
SkyDrive integration
Always have access to your photos, videos, and documents anywhere by storing them in SkyDrive
®
. See
Sharing on page 54.
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Your first week with your new phone


Start screen
Up front on the Start screen, you'll see live tiles that continuously update and show what’s most personal to you. You’ll see your photo album, how many new text and email messages you have, and more.



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