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Here’s how to get as smart as your phone
Your Series 60 smartphone is one really cool gadget. Here’s how to take advantage of 101 reasons why they call it “smart.”
This is no boring user’s manual, but the key that unlocks tricks you never guessed your phone could do. Find out how to blacklist unwanted calls, set your camera features on “fast draw” so you never miss a shot, create your own ringtones, send video, encrypt data on your phone, install and remove software, and so much more.
- Get expert advice on buying a smartphone, configuring it, and transferring data from your old phone
- Send automatic text message responses to callers
- Replace your phone’s wallpaper with your own images
- Create an e-book you can read on your phone
- Quickly locate files and multimedia
- Super-size your caller ID
- Use shortcuts to fast-forward, rewind, or play back vodeo
- Connect to your PC via Bluetooth or infrared technology
- Lock your memory card and back up data stored there or in your phone memory
- Open Zip files on your phone
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Buying and Setting Up Your New Smartphone.
Chapter 2: Turbocharging the Way You Make and Take Calls.
Chapter 3: Capturing, Saving, Editing, and Sending Images.
Chapter 4: Buying and Using Ring Tones.
Chapter 5: Increasing Your Productivity.
Chapter 6: Customizing Your Phone.
Chapter 7: Capturing, Editing, and Sending Video.
Chapter 8: Having More Fun with Your Smartphone.
Chapter 9: Connecting Your Phone to Your PC, Laptop, PDA, and Other Devices.
Chapter 10: Securing Your Phone and Data.
Chapter 11: Managing Your Phone’s Resources.
Chapter 12: Mastering Messaging.
Chapter 13: Exploiting Useful Tools.
Chapter 14: Managing Your Time.
Chapter 15: Browsing the Web with Your Phone.
Chapter 16: Gaming.
Chapter 17: Buying and Using Accessories.
Chapter 18: Troubleshooting.
About the Author
Dean Andrews works in Nokia's Mobile Phone Division, where he delights in uncovering new ways to use these exciting devices. The author of Windows 98 Hints & Hacks and a former tips columnist, he has also penned feature articles about mobile computing for such publications as PC World, Macworld, and The Web Magazine.