Device hardware: Motorola CLIQ XT

Table of Contents

 

 

Battery / SIM

Battery – Charge

How to charge the battery

 

To charge the battery, follow these steps:

 

Note: If the battery level is below 25%, use the AC adapter instead of a car charger or USB cable.

 

  1. Connect the small end of the charger cable to the USB port on the left side of the phone.
  2. Plug the other end of the charger cable into a wall outlet. If using the USB cable, plug the other end into a USB port on a computer.

Battery - Insert / remove

How to insert or remove the battery

 

To insert or remove the battery, follow these steps:

 

To remove

 

  1. Press the cover release button on the bottom of the phone and pull the back cover away from the phone.

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  2. Lift and remove the battery.
  3. Replace the battery cover.

 

To insert

 

  1. Press the cover release button on the bottom of the phone and pull the back cover away from the phone.

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  2. Align the gold contacts on the battery with the contacts in the battery compartment.

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  3. Snap the battery into place.
  4. Replace the battery cover.

Battery Manager- Access

How to access the Battery Manager

 

To access the Battery Manager, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Home screen, press the Menu key.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Battery Manager.

Battery Manager - Change battery profile

How to change the Battery Manager profile

 

To change the Battery Manager profile, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Home screen, press the Menu key.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Battery Manager.
  4. Tap Battery Profile.
  5. Tap one of the following options:
    • Performance Mode: Data timeout and auto brightness are turned off. This is the default battery profile.
    • Smart Mode: Data timeout and auto brightness are turned on. This mode allows manual configuration of different data timeout and display brightness settings during peak and off-peak times of the day.
    • Battery Saver Mode: Data timeout and auto brightness are turned on, but are not manually configurable. This setting maximizes battery savings.
  6. If necessary, tap OK.

Battery Manager - Set battery profile options

How to set the options for the Battery Manager profile

 

To set the options for the Battery Manager profile, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Home screen, press the Menu key.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Battery Manager.
  4. Tap Battery Profile.
  5. Tap the following options to edit the settings as desired:
    • Off-Peak hours
      • Start Time
      • End Time
      • Cellular data Timeout
    • Peak hours
      • Cellular data Timeout
    • General Settings
      • Auto Brightness

Battery Manager - Overview

Overview of the Battery Manager

 

Review the following information about the Battery Manager profile:

 

The Battery Manager application provides significant battery savings by allowing you to set data traffic timeout and display brightness during peak and off-peak hours of the day.

 

Data Timeout

 

  • On: After a period of inactivity, background data updates (E-mail, Social Networking, News Feeds, etc.) stop until the phone is used again.
  • Off: Background data updates constantly, even overnight.

 

Auto Brightness

 

  • On: When the battery level gets low, the display dims automatically.
  • Off: The display does not dim automatically.

SIM card

How to insert or remove the SIM card

 

Related error: 'Insert SIM'

 

To insert or remove the SIM card, follow these steps:

 

To insert

  1. Press the cover release button on the bottom of the phone and pull the back cover away from the phone.

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  2. Lift and remove the battery.
  3. Lift the slot guard.
  4. Slide the SIM card into the SIM card slot with the gold contacts facing down facing into the slot.

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  5. Close the slot guard.
  6. Align the gold contacts on the battery with the contacts in the battery compartment.

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  7. Snap the battery into place and replace the battery cover.

 

To remove

 

  1. Press the cover release button on the bottom of the phone and pull the back cover away from the phone.

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  2. Lift and remove the battery.
  3. Lift the slot guard.
  4. Slide the SIM card out of the SIM card slot.

 

 

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Indications / functions / menu

Button functions

What are the button functions

 

To identify buttons and their functions, refer to the following:

 

KeysAccess
4-way Navigation Touchpad

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  • Press to navigate and to select
Back key 7340_38_30_cache.jpg
  • Press to go back to the last screen.
  • Press to close a dialog box or menu.
  • Press to hide the on-screen keyboard.
Home key 7341_40_31_cache.jpg
  • Press to access the Home screen.
  • Press and hold to display recently used applications.
Power / Lock key
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  • Press and hold to turn on/off.
  • Quickly press to turn off the display.
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  • Press to access menu options.
  • Press and hold to display the on-screen keyboard.
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  • Press to launch the camera application.
  • While in camera application, press to take a picture.
Volume keys
  • While on the Home screen, press + or – to raise or lower the ringtone volume.
  • On a call, press + or – to raise or lower the call volume.
  • Press and hold  –  to put the phone into silent mode.
Contacts 7345_85_38_cache.jpg  icon
  • Tap to open the Contacts list
Dialer 7346_89_39_cache.jpg  icon
  • Tap to open the Dialer

 

Display screen icons

What are the display screen icons and what do they mean

 

To understand the meaning of display screen icons and indicators, refer to the following:

 

IconDescription
7347_33_25_cache.jpgNew e-mail message
7348_31_23_cache.jpgNew SMS/MMS
7349_35_22_cache.jpgProblem with SMS/MMS delivery
7350_29_21_cache.jpgNew instant message
7351_31_25_cache.jpgNew voicemail
7352_29_28_cache.jpgUpcoming event
7353_32_24_cache.jpgSong is playing
7354_35_25_cache.jpgProblem with sign-in synchronization
7355_34_23_cache.jpgMemory card is full
7356_32_29_cache.jpgWi-Fi is on and wireless networks are available
7357_32_27_cache.jpgPhone connected to computer with USB cable
7358_26_29_cache.jpgMore notifications (not displayed)
7359_36_28_cache.jpgCall in progress
7360_29_27_cache.jpgMissed call
7361_34_26_cache.jpgCall on hold
7362_33_27_cache.jpgCall forwarding on
7363_28_26_cache.jpgCompass needs orientation
7364_32_32_cache.jpgUploading data
7365_28_27_cache.jpgDownloading data
7366_29_29_cache.jpgContent downloaded
7367_27_29_cache.jpgUploading picture to Picasa
7368_29_29_cache.jpgUpload to Picasa complete
7369_26_32_cache.jpgBluetooth active
7370_34_33_cache.jpgGPS active
7371_32_35_cache.jpgVibrate mode
7372_31_30_cache.jpgSilent mode
7373_31_26_cache.jpgGoogle™ Sync active
7374_31_33_cache.jpgAlarm set
7375_26_29_cache.jpgSpeakerphone active

Liquid damage indicator (LDI)

How to find the Liquid Damage Indicator (LDI)

 

Each T-Mobile phone includes an indicator that shows if it has been subjected to water, thereby voiding the warranty. To view the Liquid Damage Indicator (LDI), remove the back cover and battery from your phone. Refer to the following illustrations to read the label:

 

Figure 1: Red LDIs (indicates liquid damage)

 

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Figure 2: White LDIs (indicates no liquid damage)

 

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Menu structure

What are the menu tree functions

 

To view the menu structure, refer to the following:

 

Status light indicators

What are the status light indicators

 

Review the following information about the status light indicators:

 

  • Notifications (SMS, Email, etc.) - blinking
  • Charge complete – solid color
  • Low Battery (<15%) – blinking

 

 

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Memory

Set default memory location

Setting the default memory location is not supported

 

All media saves to the memory card. All applications from Android Market are saved to the phone memory.

 

Task Manager

Task Manager is not supported

 

We’re sorry, but this is not an available feature on your particular device model.

 

View phone memory - Phone book

Viewing phone book memory is not supported.

 

We’re sorry, but this is not an available feature on your particular device model.

 

View phone memory - Phone book on SIM card

Viewing phone book memory is not supported

 

We’re sorry, but this is not an available feature on your particular device model.

 

View phone memory - Pictures, videos

Viewing memory for pictures and videos is not supported

 

We’re sorry, but this is not an available feature on your particular device model.

View phone memory – Phone memory

How to view memory for phone memory

 

To view the memory status (the amount of free memory and used memory), follow these steps:

  1. From the Home screen, press the Menu key.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap SD card & storage.
  4. Under Internal phone storage, view Available space.

 

 

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Memory card & transfer

Access files - On card using computer

How to access files on a memory card from a computer

 

To view files on a memory card from a computer, follow these steps:

  1. Connect the phone to your computer using the USB cable.
  2. From the Home screen, tap USB Drive.
    Note: If the USB connected window closes, touch and hold the Notification Drawer. Slide down the screen to open it. Tap USB connected. Tap USB Drive.

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  3. On the computer, The Removable Disk window appears. Click Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer.
  4. Click OK.

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  5. When you are done accessing files, on your phone, touch and hold the Notification Drawer.
  6. Slide down the screen to open.
  7. Tap Turn off USB storage.
  8. Tap Turn off.

Access files - On card using phone

How to access files on a memory card from the phone

 

To view files on a memory card, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Home screen, tap the Applications tab.
  2. Tap Quickoffice.
  3. Tap Memory card.
  4. Tap to navigate folders and files.
    Note: To view pictures, see How to view or access pictures stored on the memory card.

Delete files - On card using computer

How to delete files on a memory card from a computer

 

To delete files on a memory card from a computer, follow these steps:

 

  1. Connect the phone to your computer using the USB cable.
  2. From the Home screen, tap USB Drive.
    Note: If the USB connected window closes, touch and hold the Notification Drawer. Slide down the screen to open it. Tap USB connected. Tap USB Drive.
  3. On the computer, the Removable Disk window appears. Click Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Click the file that you want to delete.
  6. Press the Delete key.
  7. Tap Turn off USB storage.
  8. Tap Turn off.

Delete files - On card using phone

How to delete files on the memory card from the phone

 

To delete files on a memory card using the phone, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Home screen, tap the Applications tab.
  2. Tap Quickoffice.
  3. Tap Memory card.
  4. Touch and hold the folder or file you want to delete.
  5. Tap Delete.
  6. Tap OK to confirm.

Insert / remove card

How to insert or remove a memory card

 

To insert or remove a memory card, follow these steps:

 

To insert

 

  1. Press the cover release button on the bottom of the phone and pull the back cover away from the phone.
  2. Lift the slot guard.
  3. Slide the memory card into the memory card slot with the gold contacts facing down.
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  4. Close the slot guard.
  5. Align the gold contacts on the battery with the contacts in the battery compartment.
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  7. Snap the battery into place and replace the battery cover.

 

To remove

 

  1. Press the cover release button on the bottom of the phone and pull the back cover away from the phone.
  2. Lift the slot guard.
  3. Slide the memory card out of the memory card slot.

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Move files - Card to computer

How to copy files from a memory card to a computer using a USB cable

 

To copy files from a memory card to a computer using a USB cable, follow these steps:

 

  1. Connect the phone to your computer using the USB cable.
  2. From the Home screen, tap USB Drive.
    Note: If the USB connected window closes, touch and hold the Notification Drawer. Slide down the screen to open it. Tap USB connected. Tap USB Drive.

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  3. On your computer, the Removable Disk window appears. Click Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Copy and paste or drag and drop the file to a folder on your computer.
  6. Tap Turn off USB storage.
  7. Tap Turn off.
  8. Disconnect the phone from the computer.

Move files - Card to phone

Copying files from a memory card to the phone memory is not supported

 

We're sorry, but this is not an available feature on your particular phone model. Picture and music files only save to the memory card and not to the phone memory.

 

Move files - Computer to card

How to copy files from a computer to a memory card using a USB cable

 

To copy files from a computer to a memory card using a USB cable, follow these steps:

 

  1. Connect the phone to your computer using the USB cable.
  2. From the Home screen, tap USB Drive.
    Note: If the USB connected window closes, touch and hold the Notification Drawer. Slide down the screen to open it. Tap USB connected. Tap USB Drive.

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  3. From the computer, the Removable Disk window appears Click Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Copy and paste or drag and drop a file from your computer to a folder on your phone.
  6. Tap Turn off USB storage.
  7. Tap Turn off.
  8. Disconnect the phone from the computer.

Move files - Phone to card

Copying files from the phone memory to a memory card is not supported

 

We're sorry, but this is not an available feature on your particular phone model. Picture and music files only save to the memory card and not to the phone memory.

 

View available memory

How to view memory on a memory card

 

To view the amount of free and used space on a memory card, follow these steps:

 

  1. From the Home screen, press the Menu key.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap SD card & storage.
  4. Under SD card, view Total space.

USB settings

Changing the USB connection settings is not supported

 

We’re sorry, but this is not an available feature on your particular device model.

 

 

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