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Stay in touch with friends and family and get where you need to go with this Garminfone that features Garmin navigation with real-time dynamic traffic and weather.

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Brand: Garmin
Part Number: A50
UPC: 610214621351

 

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Battery

Charging the Battery Notice Your device will not charge if the temperature has exceeded 140F (60C). If the device is mounted on the windscreen, remove it from the mount and place it somewhere out of direct sunlight to allow the battery to charge. Charge the battery for at least four hours before using the device for the first time. 1. Insert the plug into the AC power adapter, if necessary. 2. Plug the USB cable into the AC adapter. 3. Connect the mini-USB end of the USB cable to the connector on the bottom of the device. 4. Plug the AC adapter into a power outlet.
Replacing the Battery Cover Slide the battery cover onto the back of the device until it clicks.
If you completely discharge the battery, recharge it for at least 20 minutes before turning on your device. Charging Methods There are several ways to charge the device in addition to the method described on page 3. (Preferred) Use the vehicle power cable connected to the cradle, with the device in the cradle. Use the vehicle power cable connected to the device (not the cradle). Use the USB cable to a computer and your device. Use the battery charger accessory. For more information about accessories, go to www.garminasus.com.

Mounting Your Device

Warning This product contains a lithium-ion battery. To prevent the possibility of personal injury or product damage caused by battery exposure to extreme heat, remove the device from the vehicle when exiting, or store it out of direct sunlight. Notice Before mounting the device, see the Important Safety and Product information document in the product box for information about laws pertaining to windshield mounting. 1. Plug the vehicle power cable into the power connector on the back of the cradle. 2. Remove the clear plastic from the suction cup.

Turning On Your Device

Press and hold the Power key.
3. Clean and dry your windscreen and the suction cup with a lint-free cloth. 4. Place the suction cup on the windscreen.

Cradle Suction cup arm

9. Plug the other end of the vehicle power cable into a power outlet in your vehicle.
Lever Vehicle power cable
Tip: To learn how to remove the device from the mount, see page 114.
5. Flip the lever back, towards the windscreen. 6. Snap the cradle onto the suction cup arm. 7. Fit the gold contacts on the left side of your device into the cradle. 8. Tilt the device back until it snaps into the cradle.

Completing the Setup

Complete the following optional tasks to finish setting up your device: Set up voice mail (page 19). Set up an email account (page 56). Synchronise the device with your computer (page 90). Synchronise the device with a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync account (page 91).

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Status and Notification Icons
Icon Description Current time. The time is based on the location of the device or on the selected time zone. Battery life. External power is connected, and the battery is charging. Mobile signal strength. The more coloured bars that appear, the stronger the signal. A red bar indicates there is no mobile signal. Aeroplane mode Wi-Fi connectivity. This icon appears in place of the network connectivity icon when the device is using Wi-Fi. Bluetooth wireless technology is enabled but the nvifone is not connected to a device. The nvifone is connected to a device using Bluetooth wireless technology. Teletypewriter (TTY) mode is activated (page 102). Network connectivity. This icon appears when the device is connected for Internet access. The connection types are as follows: GGPRS, EEdge, 3G3G. GPS satellite strength. The more coloured bars that appear, the stronger the satellite signal. A red "X" indicates no satellite signals. Vibrate mode. Silent mode. 14 nvifone A50 Owners Manual
Getting to Know Your Device Icon Description Speaker phone. In a phone call. Text or MMS message received. Email message received. Appointment reminder. New voice mail message. Parking spot has been saved. You are currently navigating a route. An alarm is enabled. Connected to the computer using the USB cable. Synchronising data with your computer. There is an error synchronising data with your computer.
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Using the Phone

1. Touch >. Tip: You can also open the phone application by touching Call From the Home screen. 2. Dial the number. 3. Touch.

Calling a Found Location

Dialling a Number
You can call a location that you have found in the Where To? menu, if the location has a phone number associated with it. 1. From the Home screen, touch Where To? 2. Search for a location (see pages 2940). 3. Touch Call.

Calling a Contact

1. 2. 3. 4.
Before you can call a contact, you must add a contact (page 24). Touch >. Touch a contact. Touch Call. If the contact has more than one phone number, touch the phone number to call.

Using In-Call Options

While you are in a call, use the following options: Touch Speakerphone to activate the speakerphone. Touch Audio to select audio output, when a wireless hands-free device is connected (page 93). Touch Mute to mute the audio input.
Touch Add Call to place a new call. The first call is placed on hold: Touch Switch to change between the current call and the call on hold, if you are on call waiting. Touch Merge to create a conference call. Touch Hold to place the current call on hold. Touch to display a numeric keypad for automated systems that require numeric entries.

Ending a Call

Touch End Call.
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Receiving a Call

If you deviate from the original route, your device recalculates the route and provides new directions.
Touch to view the next turn. Touch to view the route details. Touch to view the Traffic menu,
when available. Traffic services require an additional subscription and data plan charges. page.
Touch to open the Where Am I? Touch to view the trip computer.
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Viewing the Route Details When you are navigating in Driving mode, you can view all of the turns for your entire route and the distance between turns. 1. While navigating to a destination, touch the text bar on the top of the map.
Viewing the Next Turn When you are navigating in Driving mode, you can view the turn on the map and the distance and time left before you reach the turn. 1. While navigating to a destination, touch the turn indicator on the map.
2. Touch a turn on the list to view details for the turn. Viewing the Entire Route on the Map 1. From the map, touch the text bar on the top of the screen. 2. Touch View Map. The map appears with your route marked with a magenta line.
2. Touch the arrows to see more turns in the route. Viewing the Trip Computer in Driving Mode The trip computer displays a compass, your current speed and other helpful statistics about your trip. While you are navigating in Driving mode, from the map, touch Speed or Arrival.

About Traffic

Resetting the Trip Computer in Driving Mode Reset the trip computer before beginning a trip. 1. When you are navigating in Driving mode, from the map, touch Speed or Arrival >. 2. Touch an item to reset. Avoiding Road Features 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Navigation > Vehicle > Avoidances. 2. Select the tick boxes to mark the road features to avoid.
This service is not available in all areas. This service may be available as a paid subscription. A data connection is required for this feature. Your regular data usage charges apply. Note: Garmin and ASUS are not responsible for the accuracy of the traffic information. About the Traffic Icon The traffic icon on the map changes colour to indicate the severity of traffic conditions.
Icon Grey Green Yellow Definition Traffic information is not available. Traffic is flowing freely. Traffic is moving but there is a delay. There is moderate traffic congestion.
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Replying to a Message 1. From the Home screen, touch Messaging. 2. Touch a message. 3. Touch the data entry field. 4. Enter a message and touch Send. Forwarding a Message 1. From the Home screen, touch Messaging. 2. Touch a message. 3. Touch and hold a message in the thread. 4. Touch Forward Message. 5. Touch To. 6. Touch a recipient. 7. Touch Message to edit the message, if necessary. 8. Touch Send.
Deleting a Message 1. From the Home screen, touch Messaging. 2. Touch a message. 3. Touch and hold a message in the thread. 4. Touch Delete Message. Deleting a Thread 1. From the Home screen, touch Messaging. 2. Touch a message. 3. Touch > Delete Thread.

Using Email

Adding an Exchange ActiveSync Email Account To set up an Exchange ActiveSync account, see page 91. Adding an Email Account The device can automatically configure account information for some email accounts. These accounts only require you to enter minimal account information, such as your email address and password. If additional information is required, the device prompts you to enter the required information. Contact your email account provider for configuration information.
1. From the application tray, touch Email > Other (POP3/IMAP4). 2. Enter the email address and the email password and touch Done > Save. 3. If necessary, enter accountconfiguration information from your service provider. 4. Touch Next > Save. Sending an Email Message 1. From the application tray, touch Email > Compose. 2. Touch the fields on the screen to enter recipients, to enter a subject and to add attachments. 3. Touch Message. 4. Enter the text message. 5. Touch for more options (optional). 6. Touch Send.
Viewing an Email Message 1. From the application tray, touch Email. 2. Touch to check for new email messages, if necessary. 3. Touch an email message. 4. Select an option: Touch to view the location information, if available. Touch to open the attachment, if available. Touch Reply to compose a reply to the sender. Touch Reply All to compose a reply to the sender and all other recipients.
Touch Forward to send the email to another recipient. Touch to delete the email. Touch > Mark as unread to display the email as unread in your inbox. Deleting Email Messages 1. From the application tray, touch Email >. 2. Touch the messages to delete. 3. Touch Delete > OK. The message is deleted from the online email account. Changing Folders 1. From the application tray, touch Email. 2. Touch > View Folders. 3. Touch a folder.
Searching a Folder Note: This only searches the headers of the messages, not the message text. 1. From the application tray, touch Email. Tip: To search a different folder, touch > View Folders and touch a folder, if necessary. 2. Touch > Search Current Folder. 3. Enter the search text and touch Done.

The location for the friend appears on a map. Viewing All Friends on the Map From the application tray, touch Ciao! > View Map.

Updating Your Status

1. From the application tray, touch Ciao! > My Details > Change Status. 2. Enter a new status message and touch Done.
1. From the application tray, touch Ciao! 2. Touch a friend. 3. Touch > Add to Contacts.
Adding a Friend to Contacts

Viewing Friends

Your list of friends displays the status of, the distance to and the direction to your friends. 1. From the application tray, touch Ciao! 2. Touch a friend.
1. From the application tray, touch Ciao! 2. Touch a friend. 3. Touch Message.
Sending a Message to a Friend
1. From the application tray, touch Ciao! 2. Touch a friend. 3. Touch Go! 1. From the application tray, touch Ciao! 2. Touch an invited friend. 3. Touch Uninvite.
Starting a Route to a Friends Location
1. From the application tray, touch Ciao! 2. Touch a friend. 3. Touch the information balloon. 4. Touch > Remove Friend > Yes.

Removing a Friend

Removing an Invitation

Hiding Your Location

From the application tray, touch Ciao! > > Hide > Hide. Your current location is hidden from your friends. To stop hiding, touch Ciao! > > Stop Hiding > Stop Hiding.
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1. From the application tray, touch Ciao! 2. Touch > Privacy > > Networks.

Viewing Ciao! Networks

1. From the application tray, touch Ciao! 2. Touch > Privacy > > Disable Ciao! > OK. All the Ciao! information stored on your device is removed. You no longer send any position updates. To enable Ciao!, you must join Ciao! again.

Disabling Ciao!

Browsing the Web
1. From the application tray, touch Browser. 2. Touch the URL bar. 3. Enter a search term or a URL and touch Go.

Using the Browser

Touch to refresh the current Web page. Touch to stop loading the Web page. Touch and drag the screen to scroll the Web page. Touch two points near the centre of the page and drag your fingers apart to zoom in. Touch two points near opposite edges of the page and drag your fingers towards the centre of the page to zoom out.

Setting Your Browser Home Page
1. From the application tray, touch Browser. 2. Open a Web page that contains a download link. 3. Touch the download link. The download history page appears and a progress bar indicates the status of the download. 4. Touch to use the following options: Touch Clear All to clear the download history. This option does not remove downloaded files from the device. Touch Pause All to pause all in-progress downloads. Touch Resume All to resume all paused downloads.

Downloading Files

Touch Cancel All to cancel all in-progress downloads. This option does not remove downloads that have already completed. 5. When the progress bar is full, touch the file name to view the downloaded file. View Download History From the application tray, touch Browser > > View Downloads.
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Playing Music

Music Player File Types
The music player supports the following file types: MP3 MPEG4 WMA AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ WAV MIDI All supported music files on your device are displayed in the Music Player.

Playing a Song

You must transfer music files to your device before playing songs or creating playlists. For more information on transferring files, see page 95. 1. From the application tray, touch Music. 2 Select an option: Touch All Songs. Touch a category and a subcategory, if necessary. All the songs in the selected category are added to the current playlist. 3. Select an option: Touch a song. Touch. The music player plays the song and the following songs.
Searching for a Song 1. From the application tray, touch Music. 2. Touch. 3. Enter all or part of the song, the album or the artist. 4. Touch Done.

About Playlists

A playlist is a list of songs that can be saved. The current playlist appears on the playlist screen of the music player. You can also create and save playlists for future playback. Creating a Playlist 1. From the application tray, touch Music > Playlists >. 2. Enter a new name and touch Save. 3. Touch the new playlist. 4. Touch. 5. Touch a category and subcategories, if necessary. 6. Select the tick box next to each song to add to the playlist, and touch Add to Playlist. 7. Repeat steps 56 to add additional songs. 8. Touch Done > Save.

AVC EULA This product is licensed under the AVC Patent Portfolio Licence for the personal and non-commercial use of a consumer to (i) encode video in compliance with the AVC standard ("AVC Video") and/or (ii) decode AVC video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a personal and non-commercial activity and/or was obtained from a video provider licensed to provide AVC video. No licence is granted or shall be implied for any other use. Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA, LLC. See www.MPEGLA.com.
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Organising Your Life

You can synchronise your phone with your computer or Exchange account to keep your inbox and calendar up to date in both locations (pages 9091). 1. From the application tray, touch Calendar. 2. Use any of the following options: Touch or to change the day or the month. Touch to add an appointment. Touch to view the current day. The number in the circle is the current day of the month.

Using the Calendar

Touch to view your upcoming appointments. Touch to view the daily calendar. Touch to view the monthly calendar. The current day is circled in red. Creating an Appointment 1. From the application tray, touch Calendar. 2. Touch. 3. Touch Subject. 4. Enter a subject and touch Done. 5. Touch Location. 6. Select an option to enter a location: Enter the full address or location name and touch Done. Touch Add Location, find a location and touch Select this Location > Done.
7. Select the duration of the appointment: Select a start time and an end time. Select the All Day tick box to create an all-day appointment. 8. Touch Repeat, select how often the appointment recurs and touch Save, if necessary. 9. Touch Calendar to select a calendar, if you have more than one calendar on the device. 10.Touch Invites to invite people to the appointment, if necessary. 11.Touch Save.
Viewing an Appointment 1. From the application tray, touch Calendar. 2. Select an option, if necessary: Touch or to change the day or the month. Touch to view an agenda of upcoming appointments. Touch to view appointments for today. Touch to select a date on the monthly calendar. 3. Touch an appointment to view details.
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Starting a Route to an Appointment If the appointment has location information, you can start a route to the location. 1. From the application tray, touch Calendar. 2. Touch the appointment. 3. Touch > Go!

Viewing a Document

You can view the following document types using the document viewer: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe PDF, HTML and plain text files. For more information on transferring files, see page 95. 1. From the application tray, touch Document Viewer.
Tip: To display files of a certain type, touch > Show By File Type and touch a file type. 2. Touch the document. NOTE: You can also open a document attached to an email or linked on a Web page. 3. Use any of the following options: Touch or to move backwards or forwards one page. Touch Page and enter a page number. Touch two points near the centre of the page and drag your fingers apart to zoom in. Touch two points near opposite edges of the page and drag your fingers towards the centre of the page to zoom out.

Using Bluetooth Technology
Use Bluetooth wireless technology to connect with other devices wirelessly. Turning On Bluetooth 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Bluetooth. 2. Select the Bluetooth tick box. Making Your Device Discoverable 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Bluetooth. 2. Select the Bluetooth tick box. 3. Select the Discoverable tick box.
Pairing with a Device You can wirelessly connect to a device with Bluetooth technology. 1. Place the device to pair with in discoverable/pairing mode. 2. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Bluetooth. 3. Select the Bluetooth tick box. 4. Touch > Scan for Devices. Note: You might have to wait a moment for the names of the devices to appear. 5. Select the device to pair with in the list. 6. Enter the passkey of the device and touch OK.
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Connecting to a Paired Device Before you can connect to another device, you must pair it with your device. 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Bluetooth. 2. Touch a paired device. 3. Touch Connect. Changing Your Device Name You can change the name that identifies your device on other Bluetooth devices. 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Bluetooth. 2. Select the Bluetooth tick box. 3. Touch Device name. 4. Enter a name and touch OK.
Disconnecting a Device 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Bluetooth. 2. Touch the device. 3. Touch Disconnect. The device is disconnected, but it remains paired with your device. Removing a Paired Device 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Bluetooth. 2. Touch the device. 3. Touch Unpair. Deactivating Bluetooth 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Bluetooth. 2. Clear the Bluetooth tick box.

Transferring Files

About File Transfer Mode Notice If you are not sure about the purpose of a file, do not delete the file. Your device memory contains important system files that should not be deleted. Be especially cautious of files located in folders entitled "Garmin". File transfer mode is also referred to as USB mass storage mode. Use file transfer mode to add files to the device. The computer does not need GarminAsus PC Sync installed to use file transfer mode.
You can transfer files, such as MP3s and JPEGs, to your device. 1. Insert the microSD card (page 2). 2. Connect the mini-USB cable to the connector on the bottom of the device (not the cradle). 3. Connect the cable to your computer. The USB Connected page opens. 4. Touch File Transfer. Note: If the USB Connected page does not open, open the Notification bar and touch USB Connected. Two additional drives (volumes) appear in the list of drives on your computer. One is the internal memory of the device. The other is the memory card. 5. Copy and paste the files to be transferred into the appropriate folders in the new drives.

About Wi-Fi

Connect to the Internet using a Wi-Fi connection. You must be in a Wi-Fi coverage area (Wi-Fi hotspot) to use Wi-Fi.
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Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Wi-Fi. 2. Select the Wi-Fi tick box. The device searches for Wi-Fi networks. 3. If necessary, touch > Scan. 4. Touch a network. 5. Enter the network encryption key, if necessary. 6. Touch Connect. Adding a Network You can add non-broadcasting networks or other networks that your device does not automatically detect. 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Wi-Fi. 2. Select the Wi-Fi tick box.
next to Add Wi-Fi 3. Touch network. 4. Touch the field below Network SSID. 5. Enter the network SSID and touch Done. 6. Touch below Security. 7. Touch a security type. 8. Enter a password and touch Done. 9. Touch Save. Removing a Remembered Network After you have connected to a Wi-Fi network, the device remembers the network for future use. Remembered networks appear in the network list even when they are out of range. 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Wi-Fi.
2. Touch the network and touch Forget. Turning Off Wi-Fi 1. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager > Wi-Fi. 2. Clear the Wi-Fi tick box.
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Customising Your Device

General Device Settings
From the application tray, touch Settings > System > General. Distanceunits of measure for distance. Temperatureunits of measure for temperature. Coordinatesunits of measure for the coordinates' format. Safe Modeprevents you from entering data when your vehicle is in motion. Saved Parking Spotsaves your parking spot when you remove the device from the mount while power is applied to it.
Share Feedbackallows Garmin-Asus to collect your speed, your direction and your location information and share it with strategic partners and service providers. Note: This service requires the use of your data plan, and any associated charges would apply.

Location Settings

From the application tray, touch Settings > System > Security & Location. Use wireless networks determines your location using Wi-Fi and mobile networks. Enable GPS satellitesdetermines your location using GPS satellites.
Share with Googleallows Google applications to use location information. Note: This service requires the use of your data plan, and any associated charges would apply.

Removing the Device, Cradle and Mount
Removing the device from the Cradle 1. Press up on the tab on the top of the cradle. 2. Tilt the device forwards. Removing the Cradle from the Mount 1. Turn the cradle to the right or left. 2. Apply pressure until the socket on the cradle releases the ball on the mount.
Removing the Suction Cup Mount from the Windshield 1. Flip the lever on the suction cup mount towards you. 2. Pull the tab on the suction cup towards you.

Caring for Your Device

Resetting the Device
Caution Do not use a sharp object to remove the battery. A sharp object may puncture the battery, which may present a risk of fire, chemical burn, electrolyte leak and/or injury. If the device stops functioning, you may need to reset the device. 1. Turn off the device and then turn on the device. 2. If necessary, remove and replace the battery (see page 113). The device should restart and operate normally.
Avoid dropping your device and operating it in high-shock and highvibration environments. Do not expose the device to water. Contact with water can cause this device to malfunction. Do not store the device where prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures can occur, because it can cause permanent damage. Never use a hard or sharp object to operate the touchscreen, or this may result in damage. To help avoid theft, remove the device and mount from sight when not in use. Remove the residue on the windshield left by the suction cup.
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Specifications

Physical size (W H D): 2.45 4.57 0.50 in. (62.12.75 mm) Weight: 5.29 oz. (150 g) Display: 3.5 in. diagonal, pixels; HVGA display with white backlight and touchscreen Case: IP51 (Not waterproof) Operating temperature range: from 5F to 104F (from -15C to 40C) Storing temperature Range: from -4F to 158F (from -20C to 70C) Battery charging temperature range: from 32F to 140F (from 0C to 60C) Connector: Mini-USB for power, computer or audio headphones
Battery type: User-replaceable 1150mAh lithium-ion battery Battery life: 4 hours talk time, 250hours standby time, depending on usage and settings Charge time: Approximately 3hours Power input: AC input using miniUSB connector and AC charger, or DC input using vehicle power cable Usage: 3 W max. GPS receiver: High-sensitivity Acquisition times*: Warm: <1 sec. Cold: <38 sec. Factory Reset: <45 sec. *Average acquisition times for a stationary receiver with a clear view of the sky.

Frequency band: 3G Bands I and IV; 2G (GSM) 850/900/1800/1900 Other connectivity: Bluetooth 2.0+EDR; 802.11 b/g (Wi-Fi); mini-USB 2.0 Platform: Android mobile technology platform Camera: 3.0 MP camera Computer interface: Plug-and-play USB mass storage Data storage: Internal memory and optional removable microSD card. Data stored indefinitely.
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Troubleshooting

Issue/Question Solution
From the application tray, touch Settings > System > Security & Location. Select the Enable GPS Satellites tick box. How can I acquire satellite signals? Ensure that the GPS has enough time to initialise. When the GPS is turned on for the first time, it may take a few minutes to initialise. Charge the battery (page 3 and page 4). The device will not turn on. Replace the battery (page 113). Replace the fuse in the vehicle power cable. As a safety precaution in high-temperature environments, the The device will not device will suspend charging and use battery power. charge. If the device is mounted in a vehicle, remove the device from the mount and place it out of direct sunlight. The call function may have been suspended because of low battery power. In low battery situations, you might be prompted to turn off I cannot place a phone the call functions. You can still navigate in these situations. call. From the application tray, touch Settings > Wireless Manager. Clear the Aeroplane Mode tick box. In mass storage mode, do not delete or format the original Do not delete directories, such as Garmin and Documents. Do not delete necessary files. files for which you do not know the purpose.
Appendix Step outside your vehicle. Use a hands-free headset. Move the device outside to an open area. How can I improve the Walk to a window to improve indoor reception. cell signal? Avoid windows with reflective metal film. Move to a higher elevation. Move the device away from electronic equipment.
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Symbols 12-hour time format 101 2-D map view 104 3-D map view 104 3GP 76 A additional maps i address, finding 35 alarm, setting 84 applications managing 109 settings 106 appointment adding 80 routing to 82 saving local event as 37, 89 setting cinema time as 89 settings 106 audio notifications 9

record 53 ringtone 22 send audio 53 settings 103 volume 7 avoiding road closures 49 road features 45, 104 traffic 46 B backlight brightness 110 battery charging 3 information 113 removing 113 Bluetooth technology BMP 76 brightness 110 browsing the map 41 browsing the Web 6569 home page 68 settings 107108
bus 105 C calendar 8082 settings 106 call 16 ending 17 forwarding 102 history 19 options 17 waiting 18, 102 caller ID 102 calls barring 22 forwarding 22 camera 74 screen shot 111 care information 115 Ciao! 6064 accepting invite 61 hiding location 63 inviting 61 joining 60 registering 60 removing a friend 63
status 62 viewing friends 62 cinema times 88 clock 8485, 101 setting 101 compass 48 calibrating 49 computer connecting to 90 synchronising with 90 conference call 21 contacts 2428 adding 24 assigning location 25 calling 16 deleting 24 editing 24 managing SIM 2728 navigating to 26 ringtone 26 saving 20 setting picture for 25, 74, 78 converting currency 86
units 86 coordinates 39 cradle 4, 5 D data usage 23 date, setting 101 deleting all user data 111 call history 20 recently found locations 36 detour 49 digital elevation map 41 display settings 110 document searching 83 transferring 95 viewing 8283 driving route 42, 4345, 49 settings 104105 E email 56, 5659 emergency assistance 34 emergency mode 99
entering data 11 Exchange ActiveSync Server sync with 9192 F files, transferring 95 file types media gallery 76 music 70 finding locations. Seesearching for locations Fixed Dialling Numbers 103 flight mode 23 flight status 87 forwarding a message 55 G gallery 7679 geocache 39 globe view 42 go home 35 Google account sync with 92
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Google search settings 109 H headset 13 hearing aid 103 Help file 12 holding a phone call 17 home location 35 Home screen 6 I Internet connection icon 14 J JPEG 76 K keyboard 11, 100 L language keyboard 101111 text 100111 lithium-ion battery 113 local events 37 local search 36
location information 30 changing update method 62 location messages 54 locking the device 12 settings 99 M making a phone call 16 map additional i browse 41 moving 41 settings 104105 update i zoom 41 map contours 41 map detail 104 MapSource i maximum speed, resetting 45, 49 media gallery 7679 messages (SMS/MMS) new 52 read 54

messaging forward 55 mini-USB 1 MMS 53 money exchange rates 87 mounting on windshield 4 removing from mount 114 MPmute 17 N navigation. Seeroute settings 104105 voice 104 volume 103 nMaps Guarantee i O odometer 45, 49 on-screen keyboard 11 P Panoramio photos 37 parking spot 34
phone 1623 phone usage 23 picture file types 76 take 74 view 76 playing music 70 PNG 76 Power key 1 public transportation 105 R receiving a call 18 recently found locations 36 registering 60 removing the mount 114 resetting 115 device 115 maximum speed 45, 49 odometer 45, 49 trip computer 45, 49 restoring settings 111 restrict dialling 103 reverse lookup 20 ringer mode 103
ringtone for a contact 26 for appointments 106 for calls 22, 103 for email 106 for messages 107 for notifications 103 save song as 73 rotating screen 4, 7 route add points to 49 add stops 49 all turns in 44 details 44 edit 49, 50 home 35 navigate saved route 51 next turn 44 plan 5051 route summary 44 save 50 saved route 51 starting driving route 43
starting walking route 47 stop 49 take saved route 51 to a Ciao friends take code out location 63 to a contact 26 to a film 89 to a forthcoming event 37, 89 to a found location 30 to a friends - take code out location 63 to a location 30 to an appointment 82 to a photograph 78 to a photograph location 78 to your home 35 to your parking spot 34 view on map 44
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S safe mode 98 safety cameras 105111 saved locations 36 save location to Favourites 31 save your current location 32 screen brightness 110 Colour mode 110 Home 6 lock 12 orient 7 rotate 7 use the touchscreen 8 screen shot 111 scroll 11 searching for locations 29 address 35 by category 29 change the search area 31 favourites 36 item on the map 41
navigate to a contact 26 points of interest 29 recently found 36 spell name 29 security settings 99100 sending email 56 found location 33 SMS 52 text 52 your location 54 setting picture as 78 contact icon 25, 78 wallpaper 77 settings 98111 restore 111 sharing documents 83 feedback 98 found location 33 picture 74 pictures and videos 77 URL 66, 67 your location 33
shortcuts 10 silent 10 SIM card copy contacts 27 slideshow 77 SMS 5259 software update i view information 111 speakerphone 17 specifications 116 spell the location 29 stop watch 85 storage available 101 default 101 storing the device 115 synchronising 90 with a Google account 92 with computer 90 with Exchange Server 9192 system settings 98
T telephone directory 3839 teletypewriter 102 text completion 11, 101 text message 5259 theft, ways to avoid 115 time, setting 101 traffic 4551 avoid 4651 icon 45 train 105 transfer files 95 trip computer 45, 49 trip log 4151, 51 clearing 51 TTY 102 turn off phone 4 U underground 105 units of measure 98 updating maps i software i

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Key Direction pad

Use Press up, down, left, or right to highlight items or to scroll through lists. Press the center of the directional pad to select a highlighted item. Press to take a picture. Press to take a screenshot, when enabled.

Camera

Using the Home Screen
The Home screen is designed with several panes that can be customized.
Drag toward the bottom of the screen to view notifications. The status bar displays notification icons, status icons, and the current time. Drag your finger across the screen to view the other Home screen panes. Touch any icon on the Home screen to open the application. Touch to open the phone application. Drag toward the top of the screen to open the application tray (page 8). Touch to view the Where To? pane.
Switching Home Screen Panes Use any of the following options to switch to another pane: To switch to the next pane, slide your finger across the screen from right to left. To switch to the previous pane, slide your finger across the screen from left to right. To quickly switch to the Where To? pane, touch. To quickly switch to a specific pane, touch , and touch a pane. About the Where To? Pane The Where To? pane provides quick access to the navigation features of your device, such as the map, points of interest, and location search. The Where To? pane is the far-left pane on the Home screen.
Using the Application Tray
The application tray contains shortcuts for the applications on the device. Note: The application tray is available on all Home screen panes except for the Where To? pane. 1. From the Home screen, touch and drag the application tray toward the top of the screen.
2. Touch and drag to scroll through all of the shortcuts.
3. Touch a shortcut icon to start an application.

Viewing Notifications

Setting the Notification Tone You can select a tone that sounds when you receive a notification. 1. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Audio and Display > Notifications. 2. Touch a tone. 3. Touch Save.
When a notification icon appears in the status bar, open the notification window to view more information. 1. Touch and drag the status bar toward the bottom of the screen. The notification window expands to fill the screen. 2. Touch an item to view more details or to go to the application. Hiding the Notification Window Touch and drag the bottom of the notification window to the top of the screen.
1. From the Home screen, touch >Settings > Audio and Display > Phone Ringtone. 2. Touch a ringtone. 3. Touch Save.

About the Headset

You can use the wired headset (included in some packages) or a Bluetooth wireless headset to listen to audio and talk on the phone. To connect a Bluetooth headset, see page 91. For information on using a Bluetooth headset, see the instructions that came with the headset. Connecting the Headset Connect the mini-USB headset connector to the audio-out connector on the device. Using the Headset Press the button on the headset to answer a call. Speak into the adapter on the headset, which contains the microphone. Use the Volume knob to adjust the audio volume.
Status and Notification Icons
Icon Description Current time. The time is supplied by your network provider based on the location of the device or on the selected time zone. Battery life. External power is connected, and the battery is charging. Mobile signal strength. The more colored bars that appear, the stronger the signal. A red bar indicates there is no mobile signal. Airplane mode. Wi-Fi connectivity. This icon appears in place of the network connectivity icon when the device is using Wi-Fi. Bluetooth wireless technology is enabled, but no wireless device is connected. The A50 is connected to a device using Bluetooth wireless technology. Teletypewriter (TTY) mode is activated (page 97). Hearing aid mode (HAC) is activated (page 97). Network connectivity. This icon appears when the device is connected for Internet access. The connection types are as follows: GGPRS, EEdge, 3G3G, H HSDPA 3.5G. GPS satellite strength (page 30). The more colored bars that appear, the stronger the satellite signal. A red X indicates no satellite signals. Vibrate mode. 16 Garmin-Asus Owners Manual
Getting to Know Your Device Icon Description Silent mode. Speaker phone. In a phone call. Calls are being forwarded. Text or MMS message received. E-mail message received. Appointment reminder. New voice mail message. Parking spot has been saved. You are currently navigating a route in driving mode. You are currently navigating a route in walking mode. An alarm is enabled. Connected to the computer using the USB cable. Synchronizing data with your computer, e-mail account, or Exchange ActiveSync account. There is an error synchronizing data.

Using the Phone

Dialing a Number
1. Touch >. 2. Dial the number. 3. Touch Call.

Using In-Call Options

Calling a Found Location
You can call a location that you have found in the Where To? menu if the location has a phone number associated with it. 1. From the Home screen, touch 2. Find a location (page 30). 3. Touch Call.
While you are in a call, use the following options: Touch Speakerphone to activate the speakerphone. Touch Audio to select the audio output when a wireless hands-free device is connected (page 91). Touch Mute to mute the audio input.
Touch Add Call to place a new call. The first call is placed on hold: Touch Switch to change between the current call and the call on hold, if you are on call waiting. Touch Merge to create a conference call. Touch Hold to place the current call on hold. Touch to display a numeric keypad for automated systems that require numeric entries.

Placing a Conference Call
You can host a conference call with two other callers. Tip: If you receive a call while you are already on another call, you can start a conference call by touching Merge. 1. Place a call to the first phone number. 2. Touch Add Call. 3. Place a call to the second phone number. 4. Touch Merge.
5. Touch to view the other members of the conference call (optional). Speaking Privately During a Conference Call You can speak privately with another member of the conference call. 1. During the conference call, touch. 2. Touch next to the contact with whom you would like to speak. The other members of the conference call can continue to speak to each other. 3. Touch Merge to end the private conversation.
1. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Phone > Call Forwarding. 2. Select a forwarding option. 3. Enter a number to forward calls to.

Forwarding Calls

Barring Calls
Before you can bar incoming calls and outgoing calls, you must obtain the call-barring password from your service provider. 1. From the Home screen, touch >Settings > Phone > Call Barring. 2. Touch a call type. 3. Select an option. 4. Touch Save. 5. Enter the call-barring password. 6. Touch OK.

Turning On Airplane Mode

Airplane mode turns off the phone and data connections for situations such as an airplane flight. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Wireless Manager > Airplane Mode. When Airplane mode is on, the telephone, the network, and Bluetooth features are deactivated. You cannot send or receive calls, e-mail messages, or SMS/MMS messages.
4. Carry on your conversation using the speakerphone. Answering a Call While on the Web 1. While browsing the Internet, touch Answer when the phone rings. 2. Touch to return to the browser. 3. Carry on your conversation using the speakerphone. Placing a Call While on the Web 1. While browsing the Internet, touch , and place the call. 2. Touch to return to the browser. 3. Carry on your conversation using the speakerphone. Ending a Call While Multitasking To hang up, touch > End Call.

Multitasking

Use the keys to help you multi-task. Placing a Call While Navigating 1. If you are driving, pull over and stop. 2. Touch , and place the call. 3. Touch to return to the map.

Managing Your Contacts

Adding a Contact
1. From the application tray, touch Contacts >. 2. Enter the contact information. 3. Touch Save.
Adding a Number in Call History to Contacts
1. Touch >. 2. Touch a call. 3. Touch > Add to Contacts > Create new contact. 4. Touch a phone type. 5. Touch Name, enter a name, and touch Next. 6. If necessary, enter more contact information. 7. Touch Save.
1. Touch >. Tip: You can also open Contacts using the application tray. 2. Touch a contact. 3. Touch Call. 4. If the contact has more than one phone number, touch the phone number to call. 1. From the application tray, touch Contacts >. 2. Enter part of the contact name. 3. Touch the contact.

Calling a Contact

Searching for a Contact
Using the Contact Shortcut Menu
1. From the application tray, touch Contacts. 2. Touch the contact image.
Editing and Deleting Contacts
Editing a Contact 1. From the application tray, touch Contacts. 2. Touch a contact. 3. Touch > Edit. 4. Edit the contact: Touch an item to edit the information. Touch to delete the information. 5. Touch Save. Adding a Picture for a Contact 1. From the application tray, touch Contacts. 2. Touch a contact. 3. Touch > Edit. 4. Touch the picture of the contact.
A shortcut menu opens, which provides quick access to commonly used items relating to contacts. 3. Touch an icon.
5. Select an option: Take a Photo or Select Photo from Gallery. 6. Take or choose a picture. 7. Touch and drag the square to crop the picture, and touch Save. 8. Touch Save. Assigning a Location to a Contact 1. From the application tray, touch Contacts. 2. Touch a contact. 3. Touch > Edit > Add Address >. 4. Select the location: Touch the location on the map. Touch , and search for the location. 5. Touch Select this Location > Save.
Setting a Ringtone for a Contact 1. From the application tray, touch Contacts. 2. Touch a contact. 3. Touch More Info > > Contact Options > Ringtone. 4. Touch a ringtone. 5. Touch Save. Sending all Calls from a Contact to Voice Mail 1. From the application tray, touch Contacts. 2. Touch a contact. 3. Touch More Info > > Contact Options. 4. Select the Incoming Calls check box.
Deleting a Contact 1. From the application tray, touch Contacts. 2. Touch a contact. 3. Touch > Delete > OK.
Managing Your SIM Contacts
Importing Contacts from Your SIM Card 1. From the application tray, touch Contacts. 2. Touch > SIM Phone Book > Import Contacts from SIM. 3. Touch a method to import contacts: Touch Import All Contacts. Select the check box for the contact. 4. Touch Import. Exporting Contacts to Your SIM Card 1. From the application tray, touch Contacts. 2. Touch > SIM Phone Book > Export Contacts to SIM. 3. Touch a method to export contacts: Touch Export All Contacts.

Finding Recently Found Locations

Finding Upcoming Events

Search for upcoming events, such as art shows and sporting events. This service is not available in all areas. This service may be available as a paid subscription. A data connection is required for this feature. Your regular data usage charges apply. 1. From the Home screen, touch to view the Where To? pane. 2. Touch Browse Places > Upcoming Events. 3. Touch a category. 4. Touch the arrows or the date to select a different date, if necessary. 5. Touch an event to view more information. 6. Select an option: If the event begins within two hours, touch Go! to navigate to the event.
Your device stores the last 50 locations you have found. 1. From the Home screen, touch to view the Where To? pane. 2. Touch Browse Places > Recently Found. 3. Touch a location. Clearing the Recently Found List 1. From the Home screen, touch to view the Where To? pane. 2. Touch Browse Places > Recently Found. 3. Touch > Clear > OK. The list of recently found locations is cleared. These locations are not deleted from the map data.
If the event begins in more than two hours, touch Remind Me! to add the event as an appointment on your calendar.

3. Touch a photograph.

Finding Fuel Prices

Finding Panoramio Photos

Panoramio photographs contain information about the location where the photograph was taken. You can use this information to navigate to locations and landmarks shown in Panoramio photographs. This service is not available in all areas. A data connection is required for this feature.
This service is not available in all areas. This service may be available as a paid subscription. A data connection is required for this feature. Your regular data usage charges apply. 1. From the Home screen, touch view the Where To? pane. 2. Touch Browse Places > Fuel Prices. A list of fuel prices near your current location appears. to
1. From the Home screen, touch to view the Where To? pane. 2. Touch Browse Places > Panoramio. A list of photographs from nearby locations appears.
Changing the Fuel Type 1. From the Home screen, touch to view the Where To? pane. 2. Touch Browse Places > Gas Prices. 3. Touch , and select a fuel type.

Changing E-mail Folders 1. From the application tray, touch Email. 2. Touch > View Folders. 3. Touch a folder. Setting an E-mail Signature You can set an e-mail signature for each e-mail account you have added. 1. From the application tray, touch Email > > Manage Accounts. 2. Touch an account. 3. Verify the Use Signature check box is selected. 4. Touch Signature. 5. Enter a signature. 6. Touch Save.
Changing the E-mail Account Password 1. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Email. 2. Select an account. 3. Touch Account Info > Password. 4. Enter the new passwords. 5. Touch Save. Adding Another E-mail Account 1. From the application tray, touch Email > > Manage Accounts > Add New Account. 2. Select the account type, and follow the correct instructions on page 57. Changing E-mail Accounts 1. From the application tray, touch Email. 2. Touch and.
Setting the Default E-mail Account 1. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Email > > Set Default Account. 2. Touch an account. 3. Touch Done.
Editing your Exchange ActiveSync Account 1. From the application tray, touch Email > > Manage Accounts > Exchange ActiveSync > Account Info. 2. Edit the fields as necessary. 3. Touch. 4. Select an option: Touch Yes to verify your account. Touch No to save the changes without verifying.

Using Ciao!

Ciao! periodically sends your location to our partner networks and downloads the most-recent location of your friends. This application only submits your location when you tell it to, unless you enable automatic updates. This service is not available in all areas. A data connection is required for this feature. Your regular data usage charges apply. Caution Use caution when sharing your location information with others.
Registering Your Device and Joining Ciao!
1. From the application tray, touch Ciao!. 2. Read and accept the on-screen messages.
3. Follow the steps to register your device. After registering, you will receive an SMS message for verification. 4. Open the SMS message received from myGarmin. 5. Touch the link to complete the verification process. 6. Touch OK. The Ciao! registration page opens. 7. Select the check box to verify that you are of legal age to use Ciao!. 8. Touch Next. 9. Enter a display name, and touch Done. 10.Touch a type of location update: Manual or Automatic. 11.Touch the link to read the terms of service for the displayed network or networks. 12.Touch Accept.

1. From the application tray, touch Browser > >. 2. Touch a Web page to view in the browser. Clearing Your Web Page History From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Browser > Clear History > Yes.

Viewing Your History

1. From the application tray, touch Browser >. 2. Touch a category. 3. Touch and hold a Web page. 4. Touch Share. 5. Select an option to send the URL.

Sharing a URL

1. From the application tray, touch Browser >. 2. Touch a category. 3. Touch and hold a Web page. 4. Touch Open in New Window.
Opening a Web Site in a New Window
1. From the application tray, touch Browser >. 2. Touch a category. 3. Touch. 4. Touch next to the Web site to remove the site from the list. 5. Touch again to delete. 6. Touch Done.
Deleting a Web Site from a List
1. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Browser > Set Home Page. 2. Enter a URL. 3. Touch OK.
Setting Your Browser Home Page

Downloading Files

1. From the application tray, touch Browser. 2. Open a Web page that contains a download link. 3. Touch the download link. The download history page appears, and a progress bar indicates the status of the download. Tip: Touch and hold the progress bar to cancel or pause the download. 4. Touch , and select an option, if necessary: Touch Clear All to clear the download history. This option does not remove downloaded files from the device. Touch Pause All to pause all in-progress downloads.
Touch Resume All to resume all paused downloads. Touch Cancel All to cancel all in-progress downloads. This option does not remove downloads that have already completed. 5. When the progress bar is full, touch the file name to view the downloaded file. Viewing Downloads 1. From the application tray, touch Browser > > View Downloads. 2. Touch the file.

Playing Music

Music Player File Types
The music player supports the following file types: MP3 MPEG4 WMA AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ WAV MIDI OGG All supported music files on your device are displayed in the music player.
Music Player Information Supply of this product does not convey a license nor imply any right to distribute content created with this product in revenue-generating broadcast systems (terrestrial, satellite, cable and/or other distribution channels), streaming applications (via internet, intranets and/or other networks), other content distribution systems (pay-audio or audio-ondemand applications and the like) or on physical media (compact discs, digital versatile discs, semiconductor chips, hard drives, memory cards and the like). An independent license for such use is required. For details, please visit http://mp3licensing.com.

AVC EULA This product is licensed under the AVC Patent Portfolio License for the personal and non-commercial use of a consumer to (i) encode video in compliance with the AVC standard (AVC Video) and/or (ii) decode AVC video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a personal and non-commercial activity and/or was obtained from a video provider licensed to provide AVC video. No license is granted or shall be implied for any other use. Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA, LLC. See www.MPEGLA.com.

Organizing Your Life

You can synchronize your phone with your computer, Google account, and Exchange account to keep your inbox, contacts, and calendar up to date in all locations (page 90).
to select a date on Touch the monthly calendar. Touch or to change the day or month. 3. Touch an appointment to view details. Creating an Appointment 1. From the application tray, touch Calendar. 2. Touch. 3. Touch Subject, enter a subject, and touch Done. 4. Touch Location, and select an option to enter a location: Enter the full address or location name, and touch Done. Touch Add Location, touch the location on the map, and touch Select this Location > Done. Touch Add Location, touch , find the location, and touch Select this Location > Done.

Using the Calendar

Viewing an Appointment 1. From the application tray, touch Calendar. 2. Select an option, if necessary: Touch to view the current day. The number in the circle is the current day of the month. Touch to view an agenda of upcoming appointments. Touch to view appointments for today.
5. Select the duration of the appointment: Select start and end times. Select the All Day check box to create an all-day appointment. 6. Touch Reminder, select a reminder time, and touch Save, if necessary. 7. Touch Repeat, select how often the appointment recurs, and touch Save, if necessary. 8. Touch Calendar to select a calendar, if you have more than one calendar on the device. 9. Touch Note to make notes about the meeting (optional). 10.Touch Invites to invite people to the appointment, if necessary. You can invite people to the meeting if you are using a Google or Exchange ActiveSync account. 11.Touch Save.

6. Repeat step 5 to set the other currency, if necessary. 7. Touch > Custom. 8. Touch a conversion tab to change how the currencies are converted. 9. Touch a conversion rate. 10.Enter a new conversion rate, and touch Done.

Checking Flight Status

A data connection is required for this feature. Your regular data usage charges apply. 1. From the application tray, touch Flight Status. 2. Perform a search: Touch Current Location to search for flights in airports near your current location.
Touch Another City to search for flights in airports near the city you select. A list of airports appears. Major airports are listed first, and all other airports are sorted by distance. 3. Touch an airport. Tip: Touch to view the airport on the map. 4. Select an option. 5. Touch a flight.

Finding Movie Times

This service is not available in all areas. A data connection is required for this feature. Your regular data usage charges apply. Finding a Movie by the Title 1. From the application tray, touch Movie Times > Movies. 2. Touch the arrows or the date to select a different date, if necessary. 3. Touch a movie. 4. Touch Theatres. 5. Touch a theatre. 6. Select an option. Finding a Movie by Theatre 1. From the application tray, touch Movie Times > Theatres. 2. Touch a theatre.
3. Touch the arrows or the date to select a different date, if necessary. 4. Touch a movie. 5. Select an option. Starting a Route to a Movie Theatre After you select a movie and theatre, you can create a route to the theatre. Touch Go!. Setting an Appointment for a Movie After you select a movie and theatre, you can set an appointment for the movie time. 1. Touch > Remind Me. 2. Touch a movie time.
Connecting with Other Devices
Synchronizing Your Device with Your Computer
Synchronize your device with your computer to transfer your contacts and calendar events to your device.
Downloading and Installing Garmin-Asus PC Sync NOTE: Garmin-Asus PC Sync software is not compatible with Mac computers. 1. Go to www.garminasus.com /pcsync. 2. Follow the on-screen instructions to download and install Garmin-Asus PC Sync software.
Synchronizing With Your Computer 1. Verify that you have downloaded and installed Garmin-Asus PC Sync software on your computer. 2. Connect the mini-USB cable to the connector on the bottom of the device (not the cradle). 3. Connect the cable to your computer. The USB Connected page opens on the device. Note: If the USB Connected page does not open, open the Notification bar, and touch USB Connected. 4. Touch Sync. Your Microsoft Outlook contacts, calendar events, and tasks are synchronized with your device contact list and calendar.

Customizing Your Device

From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Wireless Manager. Airplane Modesee page 24. Wi-Fisee page 93. Datasee below. NOTE: Data charges apply when the data connection is On. Bluetoothsee page 91. VPNallows you to configure and connect to a Virtual Private Network (VPN). Contact your network administrator for the necessary information.
Data Connection Settings Notice There may be additional charges from your service provider to use the data connection while roaming. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Wireless Manager > Data. Data Connectionturns on the data connection. NOTE: Data charges apply when the data connection is On. Data Roamingturns on the data connection when roaming. NOTE: There may be additional charges from your service provider to use the data connection while roaming. Internet Sharingshares the data connection with the computer when connected with a USB cable.

Wireless Manager

Network Preferenceallows you to select your preferred type of network. Access Point Namesdisplays connected data service access points. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Audio and Display. Volume Levelsallows you to adjust the volume levels of each output. Ringtonesallows you to select a ringtone for phone calls. Notificationssets the ringtone for notifications, such as text messages. Ring Stylesets the ring style to Ring Only, Vibrate Only, Ring + Vibrate, or Silent. Audible Touch Tonesplays a tone when you dial.

Audio Settings

Audible Selectionplays a tone when you touch the screen. Haptic Feedbacksets the device to vibrate when you press certain soft keys. SD Card Notificationssets the device to vibrate when you eject or remove the memory card. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Audio and Display. Brightnesschanges the brightness of the screen. Decreasing the brightness can save battery power. Auto Brightness sets the brightness based on the ambient lighting. Color Modesets a light background (Daytime), a dark background (Nighttime), or automatically switches between the two based on the sunrise time

Display Settings

and sunset time for your current location (Auto). Screen Timeoutsets how the screen automatically shuts off if the device is inactive for the selected length of time. Orientationallows the phone to rotate the screen display as you rotate the device. Animationenables animations when you open or close windows. Screenshotallows you to take a picture of the device screen.
From the Home screen, touch Settings > Phone.

Phone Settings

Taking a Screenshot 1. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Audio and Display > Screenshot. 2. Press the Camera key to take a picture of a screen. Screenshots are saved in the Screenshot folder on the device.

warning when the browser detects a problem with the security of a Web site. Clear Passwordsclears saved password information. From the Home screen, touch Settings > Quick Search.

Quick Search Settings

Browser Security Settings From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Browser. Remember Passwordssaves user names and passwords for Web sites. Show Warningsdisplays a
Searchable Itemssets what is searched when using the Search widget. Clear Search Shortcutsclears the shortcuts to recently selected search results. Google Search Settingschanges the search settings for Google Mobile Services.

Managing Applications

Notice Cleared data cannot be restored. 1. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Application Management > Manage Applications. A list of applications appears, showing the amount of memory used for each application. 2. Touch to sort or filter the list (optional). 3. Touch an application to view details, including storage size, cache size, defaults, and permissions. 4. Select one or more options: Touch Uninstall to remove the application from your device, if available.
Touch Clear data to clear stored data associated with the application. Touch Clear cache to clear cached data for the application. Touch Clear defaults to clear application defaults. Touch Force Stop to close the application. Allowing the Installation of Applications You can allow the installation of applications from outside the Android Market. 1. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Application Management. 2. Select the Unknown Sources check box.
From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Accounts and Sync. Background Dataallows applications, such as e-mail, to send and receive data at any time. Auto-syncallows applications, such as e-mail, to synchronize with the server automatically. Select an account to change the sync settings. For information about e-mail account settings, see page 101.
Accounts and Sync Settings
device from the mount while power is applied to it. Use Wireless Networks determines your location using Wi-Fi and mobile networks. Use GPS Satellitesdetermines your location using GPS satellites. Using a Pattern to Unlock the Screen When the screen-unlock pattern is turned on, you must enter a pattern to unlock the device. You can still use the device to contact emergency services without using the screen-unlock pattern. 1. From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Security and Location > Set Unlock Pattern. 2. Follow the on-screen instructions to create an unlock pattern. If you forget your pattern, contact Product Support. Your device can be
From the Home screen, touch > Settings > Security and Location. My Parking Spotsaves your parking spot when you remove the

Symbols 12-hour time format 108 2-D map view 99 2G 96 3-D map view 99 3G 96 3GP 93 A additional maps i address, finding 36 alarm, setting 84 answering a call 19 applications managing 105 appointment adding 80 routing to 81 saving local event as 38, 88 setting movie time as 88 settings 102
audio notifications 9 ringtone 9 volume 6 audio out 116 avoiding road closures 50 road features 46, 99 traffic 48 B backlight brightness 96 battery charge 3 information 112 removing 112 Bluetooth technology 9192 BMP 93 brightness 96 browsing the map 42 browsing the Web 6569, 103 cookies 104
history 104 home page 68 security 104 settings 103104 bus 100 C calendar 8081 settings 102 call 18, 21, 22, 25 ending 19 forwarding 97 history 21 options 18 waiting 20, 97 caller ID 97 calls barring 23 forwarding 23 camera 74 screen shot 97 care information 114 cell broadcast 56
Ciao! 6164 accepting invite 62 hiding location 64 inviting 62 joining 61 registering 61 removing a friend 64 status 63 viewing friends 63 clock 8385, 108 setting 108 compass 49 calibrating 50 computer connecting to 89 synchronizing with 89 conference call 22, 23 connected services 111 currency converter update 86 flight status 87 gas prices 38 local business search 36 movie times 88
safety cameras 100 subscription 111 traffic 46 upcoming events 37 weather 83 white pages 39 contacts 2529 adding 25 assigning location 27 deleting 26 editing 26 managing SIM 2829 navigating to 28 ringtone 27 saving 21 setting picture for 26, 74, 77 shortcut menu 26 converting currency 86 units 85 cookies 104 coordinates 40 cradle 4, 5
D data connection settings 9597 share 95 date, setting 108 deleting all user data 110 call history 22 recently found locations 37 detour 50 device hardware keys 6 digital elevation map 43 display settings 96 document searching 82 transferring 92 viewing 8182 downloading files 69 driving route 43, 4446, 50 settings 99101, 100101
E e-mail 5760, 58 signature 59 emergency assistance 35 emergency mode 106, 107 entering data 13 Exchange ActiveSync Server sync with 90 F file
G gallery 9394 gas prices 38 geocaching 40 geographic coordinates 40 globe view 43 go home 35 Google account sync with 90 Google search settings 104 H headphones 116 headset 15, 116 hearing aid 97 Help file i history 104 holding a phone call 19 home location 35 home screen customizing 1011 folders 1117 I ignoring a call 19 Internet
connection icon 16 Internet sharing 95 J JPEG 93 K keyboard 13, 108 keys on the device 6 L language keyboard 108110 text 108110 limited dialing 98 lithium-ion battery 112 local events 37 local search 36 location information 31 changing update method 63 location messages 54 locking the device 14 settings 107 locking the screen 14

 

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