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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Huawei P10 User Manual & Setup Guide

Huawei P10 User Manual & Setup Guide

Huawei P10 , weight 145g. It´s display size 5.1 Inch with 1080 x 1920 pixels Resolutiton . The Talk time of the phone is 15 Hrs. The phone with 20 MP Camera. , Bluetooth 4.2
Unboxing and assembling your Huawei P10
Huawei P10

So you've opened the box and taken out your Huawei P10 for the first time, but what now? Well, it's now time to get your new mobile phone up and running, personalising it in the process. Before we begin putting the pieces together, let's make sure you have everything you need.
What's in the box?

Inside the box* you should find:
  • 1 x Huawei P10
  • 1 x Mains power adapter
  • 1 x USB C lead
  • 1 x In-line earphones
  • 1 x Information pack
*some box contents may vary

The Huawei P10 takes a nano-SIM card, which goes into a tray slotted into the side of the handset. If you wish to expand the storage space available by adding a microSD (memory) card, you'll need to have that to hand as well.
  • Insert the SIM and memory cards Huawei P10 User Manual
Put the P10 on a flat surface, with the screen facing up and the left-hand edge facing you. On the edge of the handset you should see the outline of the tray with a hole at one end to aid removal. Find the SIM tool (attached to the information pack) and put the pin in the hole, press against the spring to eject it then remove the tray and place it in front of you.

The nano-SIM card should be put into the smaller cut-out in the tray, at the inner end. Insert the SIM with the gold-coloured contacts facing down, and correctly orientated so that the cut-off corner enters the phone's body first, as shown in the image.

Card Huawei P10
f you wish to install a microSD (memory) card, this goes into the outer cut-out. Put the microSD card into place with the gold-coloured contacts facing down and the card aligned to that it slides into the phone narrow end first. Carefully slide the tray into its slot, and press it home so that it is flush with the handset's body.

Now that the cards are installed, you can press the power button and start configuring your new phone! Read through the other chapters in this guide to discover how to set up your emails, download apps, and import your contacts!

  • Set up your phone for the first time
The setup wizard will help configure some basic settings on your new P10 and get the handset ready for use.
Complete the P10 Setup wizard

If your SIM card is active, you may be asked to choose your network operator from a list. If you see this screen, tap on the correct network name to make sure you get some phone signal.
  1. Select the language to use on your phone by tapping on it (English (UK) is pre-selected by default) then tap Next.
  2. You will have to accept the terms and conditions in order to proceed. You can inspect them by tapping view, and when you are ready tap Agree.
  3. A confirmation box will prompt you to tap Agree again to proceed.
  4. You'll be asked to give permission for two services. Wi-Fi+ gives you an improved internet experience by switching between Wi-Fi and mobile data automatically to maintain the best connection speed, and the Weather service needs to use location services to provide accurate local information. Tap a circle to Agree or Disagree to each of these, then tap Next.
  5. Make sure to turn on the Wi-Fi switch so that it lights up blue, then tap on your wi-fi network name in the list. You can Skip this step if you wish to do this later, but we would always recommend connecting to Wi-Fi as you will avoid any possible internet charges.
  6. Enter your wireless password when prompted. This should be shown on a sticker on your router, but it might be called a WEP key, WPA key or wireless passphrase. You can check what you typed by tapping the eye on the right of the password box. When you are ready to proceed, tap Connect.
  7. Once you are connected to the wireless network you've chosen, tap Next to continue.
  8. Next you have the option of adding a Google (Gmail) account, which is always a good idea on an Android phone as it can back up your data securely and let you to download apps from the Google Play Store. If you don't already have a Google account, touch the link to create a new account for free, or enter your existing Google Gmail address and tap Next.
  9. When prompted, enter your Gmail password and press Next. If you are creating a new account, complete all sections of the on screen form.
  10. To complete adding the Google account you must agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, which you can inspect by tapping on each link in turn. When you are ready to proceed, tap Accept.
  11. The next page is about background services your Google account can perform. The options are all on by default, so if you wish to opt out of any service here tap the switch to disable it. The first section allows the P10 to Back up to your Google account which is extremely useful when it comes to upgrading or replacing a lost or damaged handset. Scroll or tap the down arrow to see the other options.
  12. Location settings relate to letting your phone (and Google) know where in the world you are, which will help improve internet search results and mapping services, and you can improve location accuracy by allowing the handset to check for Wi-Fi networks when Wi-Fi is turned off. Anonymous usage and diagnostic information can also be sent back to Google to improve Android. Finally, you'll see a notice advising that the handset can download apps and updates in the background, and when you're ready to proceed tap Next.
  13. You'll be asked to Protect your phone by adding a lock screen. This is a good idea, but it can be frustrating to keep unlocking your phone while you're still setting up, so we'd suggest skipping this for now as we cover security in detail in a later chapter of this guide. Tap Skip to leave this for later, or Set screen lock style if you want to do it now.
  14. If you're skipping adding a lock screen, you'll need to confirm you are aware it isn't secure by tapping Skip anyway.
  15. Google offer you the chance to Keep your apps & data by bringing them from your old phone, or you can choose to Set up as new to start afresh.
  16. You'll be asked to add a Huawei account, which gives you access to some exclusive services. If you've previously used this on another Huawei handset, you can Log in with your details, you can Register for a new account or sign in with your Google account. If you don't want to use a Huawei account, tap Skip don't worry, you can always do this later on!)
  17. Huawei's Data transfer service can import data from an old phone. To do this, tap From old phone, or tap Set up as new phone to skip this.
  18. If you chose to set up as a new phone, you'll be reminded that this can be done at any time through the P10's settings menu. Tap OK.
  19. The Fingerprint ID screen asks about using your fingerprint to unlock your phone (and verify payments) instead of entering your PIN or password. To do this, tap Enrol. (but if you haven't set up a lock screen you'll have to do that as well). As we've already mentioned, we cover security in detail in chapter 7 of this guide so to leave this for later tap Skip.
  20. That concludes the setup wizard! Tap Get started to start using your new phone. 
    • Read our tips to learn more about your phone
    Now you've set up the basics on your Huawei P10, let's finish off this Quick Start guide by giving you a few tips to help you get the most out of your new phone.
    Control your phone with movements
    movement controls
    Motion control has been around for a while now, and the P10 integrates many motions and gestures to simplify common tasks.
    Huawei P10 User Manual
    To turn on any of these motion functions, go to Settings > Smart assistance > Motion control and then enter each setting individually to enable it.
    1. Flip - Mutes sound and stops vibrations from incoming calls, text messages and alarms simply by turning your phone over.
    2. Pick up - This reduces the volume of calls, messages and alarms when you pick up the handset.
    3. Raise to ear - If your phone is ringing, you don't need to press a button to answer it, just raise it to your ear. If you are looking at a contact on your screen, lifting your phone to your ear will call that person.


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