Nokia Lumia 930 Manual

Download the  Nokia Lumia 930 manual here. One of the better phones released in 2014 was the Nokia Lumia 930 as it came as a good price with all the bell and whistles you would expect from the Nokia range of mobile phones. If you are looking for a good mobile phone even in 2015 this is still a very good purchase from Nokia which you will not regret.

Nokia Lumia 930 Manual

The Nokia Lumia 930 was released in July 2014 to really great reviews. With the standard Lumia look and lightweight weighing only 167 g (5.89 oz) while using a nano-Sim. The Lumia 930 also came with an AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 16M colors as well as having good pixel density at 1080 x 1920 pixels (~441 ppi pixel density). The multitouch screen is nice and clear and is covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 to keep all the scratches at bay.

Like much of the other mobile phones in the range it is operated on Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1, planned upgrade to Windows 10 and powered by a very good processor being the Qualcomm MSM8974 Nokia Lumia 930 ManualSnapdragon 800 and Quad-core 2.2 GHz Krait 400 processor. The GPU is an Adreno 330. The phone for some odd reason has no card-slot but comes with 32 GB storage and 2 GB RAM. I guess they figured that would be enough however it does make the phone data less transportable.



The camera on the Lumia 930 is well worth the price as it is a 20 MP camera with 4992 х 3744 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics as well as optical image stabilization. Like all high-end mobile phones it also comes with autofocus and a dual-LED flash which gives excellent shadow free pictures. Other features on the phone are also the PureView technology as well as dual capture, geo-tagging, face detection and panorama.

The video quality is excellent with 2160p@30fps (after WP8 Denim update) which is very high and also comes with image stabilisation. There is also stereo sound recording available on the phone. The secondary camera is a bit of a wet bag being a 1.2 MP camera at 720 pixels. Maybe Nokia was offsetting the cost of the main camera as even the cheaper Lumia 730 has a 5 Megapixel rear camera.

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The remainder of the phone is what today is standard for high end phones. This includes however not limited to Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, DLNA as well as hotspot. It also sports A-GPS as well as GLONASS and comes with Bluetooth v4.0, A2DP, EDR, LE/ apt-X after WP8 Denim update. It also comes with an FM radio and the usual Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass sensor core.


2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G: LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800)
Speed: HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps




This phone has some cool features. First off, it has wireless charging. This is a feature that depends on where you buy the phone. Another great feature is the active noise cancellation with a dedicated microphone. This is super useful if you’re in a loud place.

Despite these features, the phone’s battery life is impressive. The Li-Ion 2420 mAh battery (BV-5QW) can last up to 432 hours on standby and gives you over 1 hour of talk time. This phone is a big hit in India. But remember, if you want to use 4G, you’ll need to update the phone first. A unique feature of this phone in India is that you can use it even while wearing gloves. When you’re thinking about your options, you might also want to consider the Lumia 830. Likewise also see the Hard Reset Microsoft Lumia 650 as well as the Nokia Lumia 710 Manual.



The Lumia 830 boasts some cool features you might want to know about:

  • Display: Check out the 5.0-inch touchscreen. It’s an IPS LCD thing, with a resolution of 720×1280 pixels. That means it’s pretty clear, and it’s got that wide 16:9 shape.
  • Operating System: This phone rocks Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1. Plus, you can level up to Microsoft Windows 10.
  • Processor: What makes it go? A Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset with a 1.2 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU. That’s the engine under the hood.
  • Memory: Need space? It’s got 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage inside. And guess what? You can toss in a microSDXC card and get up to 128GB more room.
  • Camera: Say cheese! The main camera is a 10 MP PureView sensor with fancy Zeiss optics and optical image stabilization. And for selfies, there’s a 0.9 MP front camera.
  • Battery: Powering all this is a removable Li-Ion 2200 mAh battery.
  • Connectivity: Stay connected with 4G LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi (that’s the fast kind), NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, and Miracast for wirelessly showing stuff on a screen.
  • Extra Goodies: It’s got wireless charging – just plop it on a charging pad. And don’t forget the sensors: accelerometer, gyro, proximity sensor, and compass.
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Using the Phone

Backing up the Nokia Lumia 930: To start the backup process, head over to Settings and locate the ‘Backup’ option. Once there, carefully choose the features you want to save. The backup will be stored on both SkyDrive and the Microsoft account linked to your Nokia Lumia when you initially set it up. Keep in mind the specific account, as you’ll need it later to reinstall the backup. Likewise see also the Microsoft Lumia 532 Manual on here.

Resetting the Nokia Lumia 930: After successfully backing up your data, it’s time to reset your phone. Navigate to Settings, then ‘About’, and click on ‘Reset your phone’. Confirm your decision by selecting ‘Yes’. The duration of the reset process varies depending on your phone’s content. Be patient; it could take a couple of minutes or longer. Ensure your Lumia is connected to power to avoid any interruptions². Once the process completes, your Lumia will be restored to its factory settings, ready for the backup. Likewise see also the Nokia Lumia 530 Manual.



Transferring files on the Nokia Lumia 930: Moving on, you might want to transfer files between your computer and phone. Begin by connecting the data cable to the phone’s socket and your computer’s USB port. Open a file manager on your computer. Navigate to the desired folder in either your computer’s or phone’s file system. Select a file and proceed to either move or copy it to the preferred location.

Using Bluetooth and pairing a Nokia Lumia 930: Lastly, Bluetooth comes in handy for file transfers and connecting to other devices. Long-press the file you want to share, triggering a pop-up menu. From there, choose ‘share’ and then ‘Bluetooth’. Your phone will search for nearby devices, presenting a list of available Bluetooth devices. Select the desired Bluetooth device and the file will be sent. Likewise see also the Microsoft Lumia 535 Manual on here.



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