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Learn more about your Alcatel idealXtra (5059R)
Learn how to set up AT&T Call Protect for an HD Voice-capable smartphone on your AT&T wireless account.
Learn what features are available while on an active call. Use your volume, hold, mute and speaker phone buttons; access your contacts, dialpad and home screen; return to an active call and end a call.
Enable or disable Airplane mode. Enabling Airplane mode disables all wireless services and can help the device conserve battery life.
Turn Bluetooth on or off, scan and connect to other Bluetooth devices, and unpair a connected device.
Set up your device as a personal hotspot and share your data connection with Wi-Fi-capable devices.
View cellular network signal, turn cellular data connection, international roaming, and mobile data connection on or off.
Determine your device's SIM card type, operating frequencies, physical characteristics, storage, charge and use times, and battery information.
Control your device with specific hand movements to access Notifications and Quick Settings, wake your screen, use various features.
Access keyboard settings, use swipe, auto-complete suggestions, emojis, speech-to-text, and one-handed operation.
Make changes to apps, widgets, folders, wallpapers, home screen panels, and home touch buttons.
Learn how to update the software of the Alcatel idealXtra (5059R).
Clear an application's cache, stop an application, check for an application update, and remove and reinstall an application.
There are four ways to reset your device if you are experiencing issues: Power cycle, Restart, Factory data reset and Alternate reset.
Move contacts, messages, music, and other data to your new device using AT&T Mobile Transfer.
You can use Android Backup Service to back up data connected to one or more of your Google accounts. If you replace your device or erase its data, you can restore your data using the account(s) that you backed up.
Manage email settings such as server settings, signature, sync frequency, add an account, delete an account, and restore default settings.
Create and respond to text (SMS), or picture (MMS) messages, add, save, and view received attachments and more.
Project photos, videos, and media on your device to another device (TV, tablet, computer, etc.).
Watch, search, and record your favorite movies and shows, and turn your device into your remote control, with the DIRECTV app on your phone.
Look at photos, watch videos, listen to songs, and more in just a few taps.
Learn how to access and use Camera modes, effects, customization, and crop a photo.
Manage camera and video settings including flash, storage location, timer, picture size, and voice commands.
Learn how to access the camera, take a picture, switch between front and rear facing cameras, zoom in and out, focus, and more.
Android Factory reset protection allows you to prevent non-authorized users from accessing your device if it's been lost, stolen, or reset to factory settings without your permission. Only someone with the associated Google account or screen lock information can use the device.
Lock or unlock your display, set a screen security lock type (pin, password, pattern, voice recognition, or fingerprint), get your PUK code, or request your device be unlocked from the AT&T network.
Accessibility features improve the usability of your device for users with impaired vision or hearing, cognitive difficulty, or reduced dexterity.
The device will automatically attempt to set the date and time from the network. This tutorial demonstrates how to manually set the date and time on your device.
Learn how to turn notifications on or off, and access and adjust notification settings.