Microsoft Lumia 535 Manual

The Microsoft Lumia 535 manual and mobile phone had been released in December 2014 and was just after the release of the Nokia Lumia 635 and the Nokia Lumia 930. The Lumia 535 is specification wise just below the Lumia 635 in terms of abilities and options.

Microsoft Lumia 535 manual

The phone has about the same with as the others being the standard Lumia look and feel. Its weights 146 g (5.15 oz) and is much the same as the others in terms of size being 140.2 x 72.4 x 8.8 mm (5.52 x 2.85 x 0.35 in). The Lumia 535 comes with a IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 16M colors and a reasonable 540 x 960 pixels (~220 ppi pixel density) considering the cost of the phone. The screen is covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and it is also multi touch.

Microsoft Lumia 535 Manual

The Lumia 535 is a Microsoft mobile phone that works like other phones from the same company. It uses the Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 system to run different apps and games. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 chip and a Quad-core 1.2 GHz processor that make it fast and smooth. Likewise it also has an Adreno 302 graphics card that helps with the display and visuals. In addition, the phone has a slot for a microSD card that can store up to 128 GB of extra data. The phone itself has 8 GB of storage and 1 GB of memory. One weird thing about the Lumia 535 is that it has two cameras that are exactly the same.

The main camera is on the back of the phone and it has 5 MP, which means it can take clear pictures. It also has autofocus and an LED flash, which help with the focus and lighting. The rear camera is on the front of the phone and it also has 5 MP. This is good for selfies and video calls. The video quality is not bad for the price of €140, as it plays at 480p@30fps. This means the videos are not very sharp, but they are still watchable. Likewise see also the Nokia 630 Backup on here.

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Network Connectivity

2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G: HSDPA 900 / 2100
Speed: HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps

The phone comes with the standard loudspeaker and jack as well as as FM radio and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA with hotspot support. There is also Bluetooth v4.0, A2DP, LE, apt-X as well as A-GPS and GLONASS support. With a Li-Ion 1905 mAh battery and a standby time of more than 500 hours and talk time of more than 11 hours the phone is a good combination of power and battery life. See also the Nokia Lumia 930 Manual on this website.


How to Back Up Your Microsoft Lumia 535:

  • First, go to the start screen, swipe down from the top, and tap on “ALL SETTINGS” > “backup”.
  • If prompted, sign in to your Microsoft account.
  • Now, choose what you want to back up and how. You can set your phone to do this automatically for your apps.


How to Move Data and Settings to a New Microsoft Lumia 535:

  • Download the “Transfer My Data” app from the Nokia Collection in the Windows Phone Store on your Lumia device.
  • Make sure Bluetooth is on for both your Nokia Lumia and the old phone you’re transferring contacts from.
  • Once the app is installed, tap its icon to launch it and start the process of connecting the two devices.


Factory Reset Your Microsoft Lumia 535:

  • Start by turning off the phone.
  • Press the Power key once, then hold down the Volume Down button.
  • Release the Volume Down button when you see the exclamation mark.
  • Next, press the following sequence of buttons: Volume Up -> Volume Down -> Power -> Volume Down.

Likewise also see how to Hard Reset Microsoft Lumia 650 your mobile phone on here.


How to Use Bluetooth on Your Microsoft Lumia 535:

  • From the home screen, swipe from the right.
  • Scroll down and tap Settings.
  • Find and tap Bluetooth.
  • Use the slider under the “Status” heading to turn Bluetooth on or off.
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I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.


These is the Lumia 950 hard reset as well as the Lumia 650 hard reset which is mostly the same. There is also the Microsoft Lumia 535 manual as well as the Nokia Lumia 530 manual as you will see. Also the Nokia Lumia 620 manual has been added.


How to transfer data from Lumia 535 to PC

Using a USB Cable:

  • First, connect your Lumia 535 to your PC using a USB cable.
  • Open a file manager on your computer.
  • Navigate to the desired folder in either your computer’s or your phone’s file system.

Using Bluetooth:

  • Another option is using Bluetooth to transfer files. To do this, synchronize your device with your laptop or PC, make sure the PC drivers are properly installed, and then select files to “send via Bluetooth”.


  • For wireless transfers, consider using apps like Lumia Share and Easy Transfer to manage photos, songs, and videos between your Lumia smartphone and computer via Wi-Fi.
  • With Easy Transfer, tap the app and input the web server address into your PC’s web browser. Once the Wi-Fi connection is established, view the “Photo, Music, and Video” folders from your Lumia on your PC’s browser window.
  • With Lumia Share, download the app on your Lumia smartphone, open Lumia Storyteller on the tablet, and connect to the phone. Afterward, seamlessly view all your pictures on your tablet.

Using Phone Companion:

  • If you prefer transferring files from mobile devices to a Windows 10 PC, utilize the Phone Companion included in Windows 10.

Remember to ensure that both devices are on the same network for wireless transfers.

For its price range you would expect a better primary camera and a 2MP camera which rarely gets used. One of the complaints about the phone is the quality of the primary camera. Also when the screen locks in idle mode the downloading stops. This can be an irritation. Note that this is a Windows OS so there is no Google Play Store in use. See the user manual below for more details. Likewise compare this also to the Microsoft Lumia 532 Manual on here.

There is no user manual for the phone. When Microsoft took over Nokia they stopped placing manuals on the internet. Lastly also see the airtel recharge code on here.


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