If your phone will not power on, your battery may be drained or not seated correctly.
If you are unable to see pictures stored on your microSD card using Gallery, first ensure your phone is not mounted as a Disk Drive.
If your phone is not connected to your computer or is set to Charge Only, make sure the memory card is installed properly.
If the card is still not recognized, it may be damaged or corrupted. Contact your carrier for further support .
When using the phone for prolonged periods of time, such as when you're talking on the phone, charging the battery or browsing the web, the phone may become warm. In most cases, this condition is normal and therefore should not be interpreted as a problem with the phone.
The phone has a protection feature that if the phone becomes too warm (due to use of GPS or Bluetooth while charging, using the phone as a wireless modem, etc.), the auto protection feature will be triggered and the charging process will be stopped. Once the phone cools down, it will then begin charging again.
There are different features such as watching YouTube, listening to music, programs running in the background, using Wi-Fi/Bluetooth®/GPS, and constantly synchronizing e-mail that can drain the battery quickly.
To improve battery life, refer to the following tips:
Note: You can modify when you want Power saver to begin based on how much battery life you have left.
Note 2: You can also set what options you want to turn off to converse power by going through the Economy mode setting.
Your battery can take up to 4 hours to fully charge using the AC charger. It will take much longer using the USB as that is the trickle charge function.
The USB cable acts as a trickle charger when plugged into a PC, so it takes longer a wall charger to recharge your phone. While the USB will work, it is recommended to use the AC charger, especially if the battery level reaches 10% or below.
Tip: If the battery level is below 25%, use the AC adapter instead of a car charger or USB cable.
Programs can only be initially installed on your phone's internal storage. However, after the application has been installed you can move it to your storage card.
Note: This option may not be available for all applications and if you remove your storage card from your phone, you will no longer have access to applications that you have moved to it.
Note: When enabled, this feature may cause the phone to take significantly longer to charge.