Nokia Lumia 635 Manual

Download the Nokia Lumia 635 manual here. The Nokia Lumia 635 was released in 2014 at the same time as the Lumia 930. Its a bit odd that they released to very high-end phones so close to each other in 2014 which is not normal for Nokia. They usually released a mid-range (which I would think this was marketed as), low end and high-end phone but never two high-end phones at the same time.

Nokia Lumia 635 Manual

The Nokia Lumia 635 was in terms of hardware just a cut under the Lumia 930 model. The Lumia 635 came with the usual connectivity you would expect from a mid-range phone as listed below. The phone is Nokia Lumia 635 Manuallight and about the same as most Nokia phones in this range coming in at 134 g (4.73 oz). The phone uses a IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 16M colors. The screen resolution is also good at 480 x 854 pixels (~221 ppi pixel density) which is twice as high as a normal cheap mobile phone. The multi touch screen is also covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for scratch protection.

Since Microsoft took over Nokia all their phones come out with the Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 operating system. The Nokia Lumia 635 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 and a Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 processor. The Adreno 305 GPU also comes as standard. All in all a very powerful phone with lots to offer. See also how to Factory Reset the Lumia 630 on this website.



The phone also has a microSD card-slot with up to 128 GB of storage ability. The internal storage space and memory is 8 GB with 512 MB/ 1 GB RAM. This phone only has one camera and that is a 5 MP, 2592 х 1944 pixels camera with autofocus. Video on the phone is also very good at 720p@30fps. If you are looking for a more multimedia phone then consider the Nokia Lumia 930 as a option.


2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 2100 – RM-974
3G: HSDPA 850 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100 – RM-975
4G: LTE band 3(1800), 7(2600), 20(800) – RM-974
4G: LTE band 2(1900), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 17(700) – RM-975
Speed: HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE Cat3 100/50 Mbps







Connectivity on the phone is the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n with DLNA as well as hotspot. It also has Bluetooth v4.0, A2DP, LE/ apt-X after WP8 Denim update as well as A-GPS and GLONASS, an FM radio and USB microUSB v2.0. The phone also comes with an accelerometer. Likewise compare this to the Nokia Lumia 735 Manual on here as well.

With a Li-Ion 1830 mAh battery and 600+ hours of standby time and a talk-time of about 12 hours the phone makes for a good buy in its price range of about €100. This phone get mixed reviews but you get what you pay for. If you are looking for a phone that starts apps faster then you need to look at a different Lumia phone on offer. Lastly also compare this to the procedures in the Nokia Lumia 900 Manual as well.


Extended Battery Life

If you want your phone’s battery to last longer, there are some steps you can take. Firstly, always make sure your battery is fully charged. Next, turn off any sounds you don’t need. You can do this by swiping down from the top of the screen, tapping on ‘ALL SETTINGS’, then ‘ringtones+sounds’, and choosing which sounds to keep.

Wired Headphones

Also, try to use wired headphones instead of the speakerphone. You can also use a feature called ‘Battery Saver’ which saves power when your battery is low. To turn this on, swipe left from the start screen and tap ‘Battery Saver’. Remember, when your phone is in battery saver mode, you might not be able to change all app settings.

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Another tip is to change your screen settings. Set your screen to turn off after a short time and lower the screen brightness. You can do this in the ‘ALL SETTINGS’ menu under ‘lock screen’ and ‘brightness’. Make sure to close any apps you’re not using. Likewise compare this to the Nokia Lumia 630 Manual as well as the Nokia Lumia 925 User Manual.

Location Services

If you want to keep location services on but don’t want to use check-in services, go to ‘Settings’, swipe to ‘applications’, tap ‘people’, and switch ‘Use my location’ to off. Be selective with your network connections. Check for new mail less frequently, only turn Bluetooth on when needed, use Wi-Fi instead of mobile data, and stop your phone from scanning for wireless networks.

If you’re using your phone but don’t want to make or receive calls, you can turn on airplane mode. To see which apps are using up your battery, swipe left from the start screen, tap ‘Battery Saver’, and swipe to ‘usage’.


Lastly, you can save on data roaming costs by changing your mobile data settings. Using a Wi-Fi connection is usually faster and cheaper than using mobile data. If both are available, your phone will use the Wi-Fi connection. To turn off your mobile data connection, swipe down from the top of the screen, tap ‘ALL SETTINGS’ > ‘cellular+SIM’, and switch ‘Data connection’ to off. Likewise see also the WiGi in the Nokia Lumia 620 User Manual on this website.


Turn off word suggestions

If you want to turn off word suggestions, swipe down from the top of the screen on the start screen, tap ‘ALL SETTINGS’ > ‘keyboard’. Tap your language keyboard, and uncheck the ‘Suggest text’ box.

Add more languages

You can add more languages to your keyboard and switch between them when typing. Swipe down from the top of the screen on the start screen, tap ‘ALL SETTINGS’ > ‘keyboard’ > ‘add keyboards’, and choose the languages you want. To remove a language, press and hold it, and tap ‘remove’. To switch languages while typing, tap the language key until the one you want is shown. Likewise compare this with the Nokia Lumia 928 User Manual as well.

Alarm and Clock

Your phone can also be used as a clock and an alarm clock. To set an alarm, swipe left on the start screen, tap ‘Alarms’, tap ‘+’, set the time, fill in the alarm details, and tap ‘save’. Remember, your phone must be on and the volume loud enough for the alarm to sound. If you want to see the time of the next alarm quickly, pin the Alarms app to the start screen. To turn off an alarm, switch it to ‘Off’. To delete an alarm, tap the alarm and the trash icon. If you want to snooze an alarm for 10 minutes, tap ‘snooze’ when it sounds.

Update Date and Time

You can set your phone to update the time, date, and time zone automatically. Swipe down from the top of the screen on the start screen, tap ‘ALL SETTINGS’ > ‘date+time’, and switch ‘Set automatically’ to ‘On’. If you want to change the time format or how dates are shown, tap ‘ALL SETTINGS’ > ‘region’. To update the time and date manually, switch ‘Set automatically’ to ‘Off’, and edit the time and date. To update the time zone manually when traveling abroad, switch ‘Set automatically’ to ‘Off’, tap ‘Time zone’ and a location.

Making Calls

Making calls on your new phone is easy. To call a contact, tap ‘Phone’ > ‘Contacts’, tap the contact and the number. If your friend’s voice is too loud or quiet, press the volume keys. If you want others to hear the conversation, tap ‘speaker’. To call a phone number, tap ‘Phone’, type in the phone number, and tap ‘call’. To type in the ‘+’ character for international calls, press and hold ‘0’.

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If the ‘+’ character doesn’t work, enter the international access code directly. To copy and paste a phone number, tap ‘People’, swipe to ‘contacts’, tap a contact, press and hold the phone number, tap ‘copy’, and paste it in a text box. Likewise to search your call history, swipe to ‘history’, tap ‘search’, and type in the contact’s name or phone number. To remove a call record, swipe to ‘history’, press and hold the call record, and tap ‘delete’. Likewise to remove all the call records, tap ‘…’ > ‘delete all’. See also the Nokia Lumia 505 User Manual on here.


Conference Call

To make a conference call, first call the first person. Then, press the add call button and call the second person. When the second call is answered, tap the merge calls button. If you want to add another person to the call, tap the add call button, call the other person, and tap the merge calls button.

If you want to have a private conversation with someone during the conference call, tap their name or phone number. The conference call will be put on hold on your phone. The other people will continue the conference call. To return to the conference call, tap the merge calls button.

If you can’t always answer the phone but don’t want to miss any incoming calls, you can forward them to another phone number. Swipe down from the top of the screen on the start screen, tap ‘ALL SETTINGS’ > ‘network+’ > ‘set’, switch ‘Call forwarding’ to ‘On’, and select where you want to forward your calls.

Call Forwarding

You can also forward calls to your voicemail. Tap ‘Phone’ > ‘Settings’, type in your default voicemail number in the ‘Voicemail number’ box, and switch ‘Call forwarding’ to ‘On’. Then, type in the voicemail number. If you have contacts stored on your SIM card, you can copy them to your phone. Tap ‘People’, tap ‘…’ > ‘settings’ > ‘import from SIM’, and tap ‘import’.


Backup the Nokia Lumia 635

You can also use the ‘Transfer my Data’ app to copy your contacts, text messages, and pictures from your old phone. Your old phone needs to support Bluetooth and the contacts need to be stored in the phone memory, not on the SIM. On your old phone, switch Bluetooth on, and make sure the phone is visible to other devices. On the start screen of your new phone, swipe left, and tap ‘Transfer my Data’. Tap ‘continue’, switch Bluetooth on, select your old phone from the list of found devices, and follow the instructions shown on both phones.

To manage your photos, apps, and other stuff on your phone, you can back up your data to your Microsoft account. Here’s how:

  1. Swipe down from the top of the screen on the start screen and tap ‘ALL SETTINGS’ > ‘backup’.
  2. Sign in to your Microsoft account if asked.
  3. Choose what to back up. You can back up your app list, settings, text messages, photos, and videos.

Remember, your contacts and calendar are automatically backed up to your Microsoft account. Your downloaded apps might not be included in the backup, but you can re-download them from the Store if they’re available. You might be charged for data transmission. For more info, contact your network service provider.

To automatically back up videos or high-quality photos, you need a Wi-Fi connection. To back up other content, like music, use the Windows Phone app for desktop or Windows Explorer. See also the Nokia Asha 308 Basic Settings on here.


Restore from a Backup

To restore your backed-up data, sign in to your Microsoft account. The content will be restored automatically. You can restore your data after resetting or updating your phone software, or when setting up a new phone.

If you want to check how much memory you have available, use the ‘storage sense’ app. Swipe left on the start screen and tap ‘storage sense’. Tap ‘phone’ to check the details of your memory card, tap ‘SD card’.



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