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Add contacts and edit them using our tutorial guide for the T-Mobile Google G1 Andriod smart phone. Add everything about ...
your contact including numbers, mobile numbers, office, extensions, email addresses, website and much more.
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Male Speaker: Welcome to the humanmanuaonline.com. In this tutorial we'll show you how to use your phonebook. First you need unlock your touch screen by pressing the encode key then taping the menu button. Now select contacts. Add all your names and numbers. You can use tap on the right hand side to assist you in scrolling down to the design letter. This is your favorite contact lists. Tap on contact to review the contact information.
Tap on this icon allow you to instantly send our contact message. Here we have the option of emailing our contact by email or Google mail address. Press menu and select settings. From here you can add your sync group and import your contact from your sim card. Tap menu and then select display group. Here you can select which contact you wish to display. So add on your contact, tap menu and then select new contact. Now slide to pull your qwerty keyboard.
First you can choose an avatar or picture for our contact. Highlight the image and then press select. Now type your contact phone name. Next you can type in the number. Now type in the email address. From here you can select a specific ringtone for this type of contact. Tap more info if you like to add details such as postal address, email address, numbers, instant messages addresses, and tap other to add some more notes.
Once complete, tap save. By pressing how to -- contact you have the ability to be view your contact information, call mobile number, send SMS or picture message and add on to your favorites contact lists. Here we have added our contact Michael Smith to our favorite contact list. The quick way to add a contact is by dialing their number. Then press menu and select add to contacts. Now tap new contact also add an existing contact to add the number. You can also access the phone book from the menu.
Now tap contacts. We hope you enjoyed our video, if you have any question please click on online technical support link. Many thanks from the humanmanualonline.com.