Check for a data indicator. If that doesn’t connect you, or you can’t see the correct network setting, you can pull mobile internet settings from the SIM card. Enter the number directly then tap Call at the bottom of the screen. Personalise your new HTC phone with a name, and tick the boxes on the screen to share your location for better suggestions when browsing the internet. Here are a couple of our tips & tricks to make the most of your new HTC U Ultra, if you have any of your own then leave them in the comments section at the bottom of the page! Return to HTC U Play chapters Sending emails and attachments on your U Ultra If you’ve set up your email account you’re probably already receiving emails on your HTC U Play, but you may be wondering how to send emails and attachments to other people. Choose what type of unlock method you’d like to use by tapping Pattern, PIN or Password.
When your fingerprint has been scanned successfully, you’ll see a screen telling you it’s all done. Swipe in from the left and select sources to follow, you can add as many categories as you like. Choose the days you’d like it to Repeat on (such as every weekday) to save having to create multiple alarms You can also edit the sound and vibration options for each alarm individually. Using your Second Screen The HTC U Ultra has a second screen, tucked away to the right of the front camera. You can choose what news sources News Republic pulls information from, and which information to show you by tapping that line. Tap OK to accept this, otherwise tap Cancel and untick the box before tapping Next.
All installed settings will be shown on the APNs screen, and if the blue indicator is set against the wrong network, or not showing at all, tap on the circle at the end of the correct line to activate the correct network setting. With the phone app open, you will see several headings to show your call history, the people in your phone book, the phone dialler keypad and more. When your fingerprint has been scanned successfully, you’ll see a screen telling you it’s all done.