By default, all applications on the handset are installed to the phone memory. An application can only be moved to the micro SD card if it was designed by the developer to have that function. To move applications to the micro SD card:
Note 1: If the Move to SD card option is grayed out, this means that the application does not have the capability to be installed on the micro SD card. Please contact the developer for support details.
Note 2: You will not be able to use the applications on the micro SD card if the handset is connected to a computer and in Disk drive mode.
Note 3: Applications installed on the micro SD card will only work on the phone the application was downloaded to.
Your phone has two methods of managing memory and stopping applications:
1. Task Manager – Accessible by opening the Notifications bar, tapping Quick Settings tab, and then tapping Total Memory.
2. Running Services
a. From the Home screen, press the Menu key.
b. Tap Settings.
c. Tap Applications.
d. Tap Running Services.
e. Tap the service you wish to close, and tap Stop.
Note: There are important system processes available in this view, so be very careful to only stop processes that you recognize.
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Once you have captured the image, tap the Share icon and select how you want to send the image (Bluetooth, Facebook, Facebook for HTC Sense, Flickr, Gmail, Mail, Messages, Peep, or Picasa) and follow the prompts.
Polaris Office comes pre-loaded on the phone and can be used to open and view office documents (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) received in email as attachments or stored on the SD Card. See the General and Other category for more information.
Once your music has been added to the memory card, you can play your music files with the Music application.
Market is the application that provides access to the Android Market. Market offers both Free and Paid applications for Android users. When downloading content from Market, be aware that the applications offered have not been tested by HTC or your mobile operator and that all Market application support is the responsibility of the Developer of that application; not HTC or your mobile operator.
To access Market, you will need a Google account (Gmail username/password). If a Google account has not been set up when you first access Market, you will be prompted to set one up before continuing.
Note: A manual update might still be required if the security settings for the application is changed with a new version.
Internet is the standard web browser for Android. The web browser supports full Flash 10 and HTML 5 viewing. You can also open multiple browser windows. See the Connectivity and Internet category for more information.
Gallery is an application that allows you to view and manage your pictures and videos on your phone. See the Multimedia category for more information.
To enable installation of non-Market applications, you must first enable applications from unknown sources.
You can use voice commands on your handset by launching the Voice Search application from the All apps menu. You can also quickly launch Voice Search by pressing and holding the Search key (magnifying glass) from any menu.
While using the Camera application, press the Menu key to display the various settings.
To enable the manual installation of an application, you must first enable applications from unknown sources (see the How do I install applications that are not in the Android Market? FAQ). Next, you must make sure that the installer is an .apk file, as this is the only file type that can be installed on the Android OS.
After you have downloaded the installation file to your computer, use the micro USB cable to connect the phone to your computer. When prompted, choose
Disk drive as the connection type on your phone. On your computer, go to the newly mounted Removable Disk and then copy the file to the microSD card. Once the transfer is finished, disconnect your phone from your computer.
In order for you to be able to access the file and install it on your phone, you will need a file manager application installed. From the Home screen, tap the
All apps button, tap Market and search for the keyword “file manager.” Locate and download a file manager application.
Using your file manager, open the folder where you copied the file. Tap the installation file then tap Install. Once the application is installed, it will be available in your All apps menu.
Calendar allows you to view multiple calendars from different sources (Exchange, Facebook, Google and personal). You can view your calendar by agenda, day, week, or month. You can add events to each different calendar. You can also invite people to meetings.
Mobile Hotspot is an application that allows you to wirelessly share your phones internet with up to 5 other Wi-Fi enabled devices. See the Connectivity and Internet category for more information.
Latitude allows you to see your friend’s location on a map. You can track who is going where as long as they have added you to their latitude list. Select your friends for real time updates of their locations.
Talk is a Google application that allows you to chat with your Google contacts. See the Messaging category for more information.
People is your contact management application. See the Contacts category for more information.
Google search allows you search content on the web as well as your device using text or voice input.
Yes, the camera for this phone comes with a built in LED flash that is set to Auto by default. These settings can be changed within the camera settings. The LED can also be used as a continuous light source when filming video in camcorder mode.
Press and hold the Home button from any screen to show 8 recently accessed programs, and then tap the icon for the program you want to bring back into view.
Alternatively, you can also open the notification and see a list of your 8 recently accessed programs.
If applications are stuck in a "Starting Download" state when installing from the Market, the connection with the Market service may need to be restored.
Voice search allows you to perform multiple voice activated functions such as:
“Send text to john, when is our meeting?” or “Navigate to Vancouver, BC”
You can select Help in the Voice Search screen to find out more voice activated functions.
News is an HTC Sense application that allows you to read updates from RSS news feeds.
To view all applications on your phone, tap the All Apps icon (tiled squares) in the bottom-left corner of your screen.
FriendStream provides status updates from your Facebook™, Twitter™, and Flickr® accounts in one place (after you have set each up on your phone) and can also broadcast a single comment simultaneously to Facebook and Twitter.
To set up your Facebook, Twitter or Flickr accounts to use with Friend Stream:
While using the camera in Camcorder mode, tap the Flash icon (located below the shutter button while in landscape mode) to enable it to be used as a lighting source. Note : Using the flash as a light source may shorten the handset's battery life. See the Power and Battery category for tips to optimize your battery life.
Voice Recorder allows you to record a voice note using your phone. Once you have recorded and saved a voice note, you can choose to share it using Messaging, Email, Gmail or Bluetooth.
Places is Google’s Point of Interest application. See the GPS category for more information.
Settings gives you all of the options to configure and personalize your phone, including Wireless & networks, Security, and Privacy. See the Settings category for more information.
Note: You can also access the Settings menu from the Home screen by pressing the Menu key and tapping Settings.
Setup is an application goes through the initial setup process of your phone. It allows you to pick your language, transfer contacts from an older phone through Backup Assistant, and set up a data connection, email and your social networks.
From within the Camera application, tap Mode and tap Front. Once you see yourself in the viewfinder, tap the shutter icon to capture the self-portrait.
While in the Camera application, tap Mode and then tap Video.
To sort your call history
The Gmail application is used to manage the email associated to the default Google account on your phone, and is designed to have many of the same features as the Gmail website. Once you have set up your default Google account, this application will automatically be configured. You can also use this application to manage your secondary Gmail accounts if you have more than one.
Note: You can set up additional Gmail accounts in the Mail application, however you will not have the same feature set as is available in the Gmail application.
Navigation is Google’s voice guided navigation software. It uses your existing data plan for map data. See the GPS category for more information.
Weather is an HTC Sense application that allows you to see the current day and4-day weather forecast. You can save up to 15 different locations, including one that will automatically update based on your location for a total of 16 locations.
In order to have the Weather information update automatically as you change locations, the Location setting needs to be enabled for GPS. You are prompted to select this option during the initial set up of the phone. If need be, these settings can also be manually changed:
Downloads is an interface where you can quickly access files you have downloaded from the internet. You can toggle the list to Sort by size or Sort by time by tapping Menu and making your selection.
In order to use the application shortcuts on the lock screen, drag the application shortcut to the middle of the ring at the bottom of the lock screen then release. This will unlock the screen and launch the application you chose.
Maps is a mobile version of Google Maps. See the GPS category for more information.
Note: An SD Card must be installed in order to use the camera on this phone.
The option to set up your Facebook account is available during the initial setup of your phone. If this step was skipped, you can add an account at any time.
There are two ways to update your Facebook status: the Facebook application and Friend Stream.
By default, your phone is set to auto detect the lighting conditions in which you are taking pictures. If you would like to have more control over the way your pictures are taken you can do so in the Settings menu.
Your phone also has the ability to change the ISO speed to adjust to different lighting conditions. If you are unsure of what this setting can do with your pictures, it is recommended to leave the setting at Auto to automate the ISO settings.
You can choose to view your social networking contacts (such as Facebook or Twitter) in the People application, which will then allow you to search those accounts for contact information, link to status updates, comment on Facebook Walls and more.
To view these contacts from within the People application, tap People, check the accounts you would like to see and then tap Done.
Messages is the application used to send and receive text (SMS) or multimedia (MMS) messages. See the Messaging category for more information.
The Mail application allows you configure and view your email. See the Email category for more information.
The YouTube application gives you access to YouTube video content, specially formatted for your Android phone. You can access your YouTube channel by pressing the Menu key, tapping My channel and then logging in using your Google or YouTube account.