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Add a bookmark to your favorite websites.
Install an app to your device.
View and edit Office documents with your device.
Uninstall or remove programs from your device.
View and close currently running applications.
Watch a video using the YouTube app.
Copy photos or other media between your device and a PC.
This article describes how to activate or deactivate call forwarding.
This article describes how to answer a call while on another call and how to make a three person conference call.
Block your caller ID from appearing on outgoing calls.
These are features to help you manage your phone call.
Make a call by directly dialing a number.
Talk to friends using your device's front-facing camera.
This feature allows you to use your device without a wireless signal.
Connect your device to another Bluetooth device or accessory.
Connect your device to a Wi-Fi network.
This article describes how to use your device's Near Field Communication.
This article describes how to turn your cellular data on and off.
Use the USB cable to connect your device to a computer and share your device's internet connection.
Turn your device's Wi-Fi connection on or off.
Change the loudness of your ringtone.
Get tips on the best way to keep your device clean.
This article describes the various controls of the device.
This article walks you through the setup of your phone using your device's Setup Wizard.
This article describes the primary actions needed to interact with your device.
An optional memory card expands the storage capacity for music, photos and programs on your device.
The SIM card accesses the wireless network and is often pre-installed.
Access special characters and predictive text on your keyboard.
Add, delete or move application shortcuts and widgets to view the info you want in the location you prefer.
The start screen delivers the latest info such as new message notifications and upcoming appointments, as well as offers shortcuts to frequently used applications such as email and web.
Sign in to your Windows Live account and sync your Email account information.
The power button is generally found on the top or side edge of your device.
This article describes how to use Bing Search.
This article describes how to configure your device to use Exchange ActiveSync.
Add a unique signature to emails sent from your device.
Turn your device's predictive text function on or off.
Create and send an email from your device.
Create and send a new text.
Create and send email from your corporate Exchange email.
Look at photos, watch videos, listen to songs, and more in just a few taps.
Access and adjust settings such as flash, white balance and contrast to take the best pictures.
Use the device to take a picture and store it in memory.
Use the camera to record video and store it in memory.
Transfer music content from your PC to your device.
Share your pictures and video via messaging or social networks.
Change the way your device notifies you of new messages, missed calls and new voicemails.
Set a new ringtone.
Customize your screen's wallpaper with your own photo or a preloaded background.
Manually change the date and time to keep up with your travels.
Adjust the brightness level of the screen.
Identify your current operating system version and device specific ID.
Turn your device's GPS locator on or off.
Adjust the length of time before the screen automatically locks when idle.
Check for updates to your devices operating system.
Find how much storage space is available on your memory card.
Learn how to update the software of the Samsung Focus (I917)
View a log of outgoing, incoming and missed calls.
A soft reset will generally fix issues such as a frozen screen with minimal risk to device data. A factory reset will erase all data from your device, including personal account information. Do a factory reset to return the device to the manufacturer's original settings.