Pantech Breakout User Manual Guide & Troubleshooting (Verizon Wireless)

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Pantech Breakout User Manual Guide & Troubleshooting (Verizon Wireless) - page 1
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Pantech Breakout User Manual Guide & Troubleshooting (Verizon Wireless) - page 2
User Guide for Breakout ™ Thank you for choosing the Pantech Breakout™, our latest smartphone. The Pantech Breakout™ has many features designed to enhance your mobile experience. With its unique, stylish design, you will enjoy the entire Breakout™ experience. This User Guide contains important and useful information that will maximize your familiarity with all that the Pantech Breakout™ has to offer.
Pantech Breakout User Manual Guide & Troubleshooting (Verizon Wireless) - page 3
BASIC INSTRUCTIONS BASIC INSTRUCTIONS USEFUL TIPS USING Breakout™ To understand information contained in this user guide and activities that you can do with the Breakout™, please keep in mind the following tips: x It is assumed that you start operating applications of the Breakout™ from the Applications menu. from the Home screen to access the Applications menu. 1 Touch Apps 2 Swipe the screen left or right and run the application you want to use. Screen Indicators Accessing Applications x Navigating Applications Words in bold fonts refer to the relevant action on the screen. For example, “Touch Gmail” means that you have to touch Gmail below the Gmail icon . Words might be placed below or next to an icon or included in the text. The symbol “>” refers to the next action. For example, “Touch Settings > Language & keyboard” means that you should touch Settings first and then Language & keyboard next. 2 x
Pantech Breakout User Manual Guide & Troubleshooting (Verizon Wireless) - page 4
BASIC INSTRUCTIONS x x x x Applications screen refers to the screen where all applications of the Breakout™ appear. Home screen refers to the screen that appears first when you unlock the screen. Idle mode refers to the status when you stay on the Home screen ready to run an application. Channels through which you can share items, e.g. contacts and pictures, increase as you subscribe to services. For example, if you sign up for Facebook or Twitter, you can also share information with others through Facebook or Twitter. Captured images in this manual might change according to the relevant software upgrade. x COMMON ICONS Icon Selected to Adjust value Zoom in Rearrange the selected item The battery is charging SD card prepared There is an error Icon Selected to Zoom out Delete the selected item Strength of battery: The greener, the more it is charged There is no SIM/USIM card The memory disk is full The phone will not ring when there is an incoming call ABOUT BATTERY USAGE Your phone is powered by a Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery. Therefore, you can recharge the battery while some charge remains without reducing your phone’s autonomy. For safe use of the battery: x Do not use a damaged battery or charger. 3
Pantech Breakout User Manual Guide & Troubleshooting (Verizon Wireless) - page 5
BASIC INSTRUCTIONS x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Do not disassemble, open, crush, bend, deform, puncture or shred the battery. Do not modify or remanufacture, insert foreign objects into the battery, immerse or expose to water or other liquids, expose to fire, explosion or other hazard. Do not put your battery in contact with conductive objects. Dispose of and recycle used batteries in accordance with local regulations. Do not dispose of batteries by burning; they may explode. Do not use an unauthorized charger or battery. Use the battery only for the device for which it is specified. Use the battery with a charging device that has been qualified for the device per this standard. Use of an unqualified battery or charger may present a risk of fire, explosion, leakage, or other hazard. Do not short circuit a battery or allow metallic conductive objects to contact battery terminals. Replace the battery only with another battery that has been qualified with the device per this standard, IEEEStd-1725-2006. Children should be supervised when they use the battery. Avoid dropping the phone or the battery. If the phone or the battery is dropped, especially on a hard surface, and the user suspects damage, take it to a service center for inspection. Use your battery for the specified purpose only. The closer you move to your network’s base station, the longer you can use your phone because less battery power is required for connection. The battery recharging time varies depending on the remaining battery capacity and the battery and charger type. Battery life inevitably shortens over time. Since overcharging may shorten battery life, remove the phone from its charger once it is fully charged. Unplug the charger once charging is complete. Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, especially inside a car in summer or winter, may reduce its capacity and life. To prevent injury or burns, ensure that no metal objects come into contact with the + and – terminals of the battery. 4 x
Pantech Breakout User Manual Guide & Troubleshooting (Verizon Wireless) - page 6
TABLE OF CONTENTS BASIC INSTRUCTIONS ..................................................................................................................... 2 BASIC INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................................................................................................................2 TABLE OF CONTENTS....................................................................................................................... 5 1. GETTING STARTED GETTING STARTED .........................................................................................................................12 CHECKING PACKAGE....................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 REMOVING THE BACK COVER.................................................................................................................................................................... 13 REPLACING THE BACK COVER ................................................................................................................................................................... 13 INSTALLING THE 4G SIM CARD ................................................................................................................................................................. 14 REMOVING THE 4G SIM CARD .................................................................................................................................................................. 14 INSTALLING THE microSD™ CARD .......................................................................................................................................................... 15 REMOVING THE microSD™ CARD ........................................................................................................................................................... 15 INSTALLING THE BATTERY............................................................................................................................................................................ 16 REMOVING THE BATTERY ............................................................................................................................................................................. 16 CHARGING THE BATTERY ............................................................................................................................................................................. 17 POWERING YOUR PHONE ON/OFF ........................................................................................................................................................ 17 MANAGING SCREEN........................................................................................................................................................................................ 18 OVERVIEWING PRODUCT ............................................................................................................................................................................ 20 GRIPPING Breakout™ ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 23 ACTIVATING Breakout™ ................................................................................................................................................................................. 24 BACKING-UP DATA ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 26 5
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TABLE OF CONTENTS UNDERSTANDING HOME SCREEN.......................................................................................................................................................... 28 CUSTOMIZING HOME SCREEN ................................................................................................................................................................. 32 MANAGING APPLICATIONS SCREEN ..................................................................................................................................................... 37 2. CALLS AND MESSAGES CALLS AND MESSAGES.................................................................................................................40 CALLING ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 40 MESSAGING.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 47 CONTACTS ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 55 Google TALK......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 60 3. PERSONAL INFORMATION PERSONAL INFORMATION ...........................................................................................................63 CALENDAR ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 63 4. COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION ..........................................................................................................................67 EMAIL ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 67 GMAIL ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 70 SOCIAL NET WIDGET ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 72 6
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 5. ENTERTAINMENT ENTERTAINMENT ............................................................................................................................74 LISTENING TO MUSIC...................................................................................................................................................................................... 74 USING CAMERA ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 80 USING CAMERA AS CAMCORDER........................................................................................................................................................... 87 USING GALLERY ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 91 ENJOYING YOUTUBE ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 93 USING VIDEO PLAYER ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 96 NET MEDIA............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 98 6. CONNECTIVITY CONNECTIVITY ............................................................................................................................. 104 USING A Wi-Fi NETWORK...........................................................................................................................................................................104 CONNECTING TO A 3G/4G NETWORK...............................................................................................................................................107 USING Bluetooth .............................................................................................................................................................................................109 MAKING Breakout™ A MODEM ..............................................................................................................................................................111 7. LOCATION-BASED SERVICES LOCATION-BASED SERVICES .................................................................................................... 115 USING Google MAPS ....................................................................................................................................................................................115 USING PLACES ..................................................................................................................................................................................................116 USING LATITUDE .............................................................................................................................................................................................118 7
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TABLE OF CONTENTS NAVIGATION.......................................................................................................................................................................................................121 NEWS & WEATHER ..........................................................................................................................................................................................123 8. WEB-BASED SERVICES WEB-BASED SERVICES................................................................................................................ 127 WEB SURFING....................................................................................................................................................................................................127 Google SEARCH ...............................................................................................................................................................................................132 VOICE SEARCH..................................................................................................................................................................................................134 ANDROID MARKET.........................................................................................................................................................................................135 9. TOOLS TOOLS .............................................................................................................................................. 139 CALCULATOR .....................................................................................................................................................................................................139 TIP CALCULATOR.............................................................................................................................................................................................141 ALARM/CLOCK .................................................................................................................................................................................................141 CLOCK TOOLS ...................................................................................................................................................................................................144 CONVERTER ........................................................................................................................................................................................................148 DOC VIEWER ......................................................................................................................................................................................................148 HANDY MEMO..................................................................................................................................................................................................150 RECORDER...........................................................................................................................................................................................................153 WEATHER .............................................................................................................................................................................................................156 8
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 10. STORAGE STORAGE......................................................................................................................................... 160 MANAGING THE MEMORY CARD..........................................................................................................................................................160 CONNECTING TO A PC ...............................................................................................................................................................................161 USING Breakout™ AS MASS STORAGE ...............................................................................................................................................162 TRANSFERRING FILES THROUGH WINDOW MEDIA SYNC .....................................................................................................163 11. SETTINGS SETTINGS ........................................................................................................................................ 165 WIRELESS & NETWORKS .............................................................................................................................................................................165 CALL SETTINGS ................................................................................................................................................................................................166 SOUND ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................168 DISPLAY.................................................................................................................................................................................................................170 LOCATION & SECURITY................................................................................................................................................................................171 APPLICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................175 ACCOUNTS & SYNC .......................................................................................................................................................................................177 PRIVACY ................................................................................................................................................................................................................177 STORAGE ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................178 LANGUAGE & KEYBOARD ..........................................................................................................................................................................178 VOICE INPUT & OUTPUT .............................................................................................................................................................................179 ACCESSIBILITY...................................................................................................................................................................................................180 DATE & TIME .......................................................................................................................................................................................................180 ABOUT PHONE .................................................................................................................................................................................................182 9
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