The NUU Mobile X6 Plus user manual is ready to help you customize this entry-level device. Turn your simple smartphone into a capable piece of equipment.
What comes in your mind when you hear about a manual? Some of you may think it is boring. The others may think there is no use to read one.
Especially since you will easily learn it by doing trial and error. Some of you may don’t even know that your new device comes with a manual.
By reading a manual, you will get more benefits rather than wasting your time doing trial and error. By reading one, there is a bigger chance for you to prevent unwanted events from happening to your device. You can also find its hidden features.
Your device has plenty of useful apps and features. Use it with its full potential. Spare your time to read the NUU Mobile X6 Plus user manual.
When you first get your phone, you will want to install a SIM Card and SD Card (optional), as well as insert and charge the battery before starting.
1. Remove the back cover of the phone by inserting your fingernail into the slot located on the lower left of the back cover and carefully lift the cover up and set it aside.
2. Insert the SIM Card and SD card into the phone as shown on the diagram. Both SIM slots will only accept nano sized SIM Cards.
NOTE: You do not need SIMS in both slots for the phone to be operational.
3. Insert the battery into the phone as shown in the diagram, making sure that the contact points are lined up with the battery. Be careful not to damage the contact points when inserting the battery.
4. Gently snap the back cover back on to the phone.
Power on the phone by holding the wake/sleep button for about 5 seconds and let go when you see the start-up screen appear.
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Back: This does exactly what its name suggests; it takes you back one step. If you called up a sub-menu, for example, and wanted to go back to the previous menu, just tap the Back button one time to do that. If you tap Back enough times, you will eventually work all the way to your Home screen, so this is another way of getting back to familiar territory if you’re lost.
Home: The Home button has two main functions. Tapping the Home button will always take you back to your Home screen, the “center” screen in the pages of icons you can have on your phone. If you’re lost, tap Home and you’ll be taken back to familiar territory! Long-pressing the Home button brings up the Google Assistant that can provide additional support.
Recent: Tapping this button brings up the “Recent” menu. This is a horizontal list of apps that are currently active. You can slide the list left or right to see the whole list. Slide an app’s picture up to kill the app and make it inactive. This process is a useful thing to know as doing so can solve many problems with a misbehaving app!
Drawer: This button is used to access a general menu in a particular app. In Google Maps, for example, it lets you switch between map and satellite view, among other things. In Gmail, the Drawer allows you to switch between folders. If your app has a Drawer button, you should familiarize yourself with the options it presents.
Share: Pressing Share allows you to send the content of your current app to someone else. For example, when looking at the details for an app in the Play Store, using the Share button allows you to send a link to that app by e-mail, Bluetooth, MMS, or in a variety of other ways. The same thing can be done in the Contacts app and other places.
Overflow: The official name is both Menu and Overflow, but NUU documentation uses Overflow to avoid confusion. This button brings up options relevant to the current screen. If you were looking at a Contact card, for example, Overflow would allow you to edit, delete, share, or set the ringtone for that contact only. Overflow provides access to your bookmarks and other settings in the Google Chrome app.
Microphone: Used for Google Now, OK Google, and voice-recognition. Tap Microphone and then speak when prompted.
Call: Dials the number entered on the keypad, or if you are looking at a contact page, dials the preferred number for that contact.
Locate: Most often found in mapping software, tapping this will center the map on your location if it was not already.
Search: This magnifying-glass icon, when tapped, activates the search function for whatever app you are using.
Send: Most often seen in e-mail apps, this sends the current message to its recipient.
Trash: Destroys the currently selected item. There is usually no way to undo this, so be careful.
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Reading a manual is that important. You don’t want to break your device out of your curiosity. Your manual book may seem boring or have no use, but it is worth the read. If you are ready to explore your device completely, you can download the NUU Mobile X6 Plus user manual below.
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