Pantech Discover P9090 User Manual

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You can search this website for other models of the Pantech range of mobile phones. See the directory of Pantech mobile phones listed on this website here. See also the Pantech Discover, Pantech Verse and the Pantech Renue.

 

Turning the Phone Off

  1. First, press and hold the LOCK/PWR key for a bit longer than two seconds.
  2. Next, tap on ‘Power off’, then tap ‘OK’.

Just a heads up, if you shut down the phone by taking out the battery, the screen might act up for a bit. Don’t worry, this is normal and it won’t shorten the screen’s lifespan.

 

Restarting the Phone

  1. To start, press and hold the LOCK/PWR key for more than two seconds.
  2. After that, tap on ‘Restart’, then tap ‘OK’.

 

Pantech Discover P9090 Basics

These are the Pantech Discover P9090 basic functions.

Setting Mute Mode

  1. First, press and hold the LOCK/PWR key for a bit longer than two seconds.
  2. Then, tap on the screen. This will silence all sounds except for multimedia and alarms.

Additionally setting Vibrate Mode

  1. Initially, press and hold the LOCK/PWR key for more than two seconds.
  2. After that, tap on the screen to set the phone to vibrate.

Setting Airplane Mode

  1. Start by pressing and holding the LOCK/PWR key for more than two seconds.
  2. Then, tap ‘Airplane mode’. This will turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functions. You can turn these functions back on individually if you want.

Likewise setting Up the Phone When you turn on the phone for the first time, a welcome screen appears. To set up the phone online, you need to set up Ready2Go. If you want to use Google applications and services, you need to create or sign into a Google account. You can sync Contact, Calendar, and Gmail data for each account if you register multiple accounts.

  1. Tap ‘Get Started’ to use Ready2Go. If you want to use Ready2Go later, tap ‘Cancel’. You can set up Ready2Go by tapping on the screen, then tapping ‘AT&T Ready2Go’.
  2. Choose a language by selecting and tapping on it, then tap ‘START’.
  3. Choose a phone experience by selecting and tapping on it, then tap ‘Next’. Your phone provides two experiences, Pantech Easy and Standard. For details about how to change the phone experience.

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Phone Ring Modes

Additionally setting Mute Mode

  1. First, press and hold the LOCK/PWR key for a bit longer than two seconds.
  2. Then, tap on the screen. This will silence all sounds except for multimedia and alarms.

Likewise setting Vibrate Mode

  1. Initially, press and hold the LOCK/PWR key for more than two seconds.
  2. After that, tap on the screen to set the phone to vibrate.

Setting Airplane Mode

  1. Start by pressing and holding the LOCK/PWR key for more than two seconds.
  2. Then, tap ‘Airplane mode’. This will turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functions. You can turn these functions back on individually if you want.
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Additionally setting Up the Phone

When you turn on the phone for the first time, a welcome screen appears. To set up the phone online, you need to set up Ready2Go. If you want to use Google applications and services, you need to create or sign into a Google account. You can sync Contact, Calendar, and Gmail data for each account if you register multiple accounts.

 

  1. Tap ‘Get Started’ to use Ready2Go. If you want to use Ready2Go later, tap ‘Cancel’. You can set up Ready2Go by tapping on the screen, then tapping ‘AT&T Ready2Go’.
  2. Choose a language by selecting and tapping on it, then tap ‘START’.
  3. Choose a phone experience by selecting and tapping on it, then tap ‘Next’. Your phone provides two experiences, Pantech Easy and Standard. For details about how to change the phone experience.
  4. First, tap ‘Connect to Wi-Fi network’, then select and tap an available Wi-Fi network.
  5. If you want to connect to the network later, just tap ‘Skip’ and move on to step 6.
  6. Follow the necessary steps, then tap ‘Next’.

 

Setting Up Google Account 4. Tap ‘Tap to set up Google account’ to set up a Google account, then follow the necessary steps. 5. If you want to set up an account later, just tap ‘Skip’.

Using Google Location Service 6. Tap ‘Location service’ to use Google location, then tap ‘Agree’ for Location consent. 7. If you don’t want to use Google location, skip this step and go to step 8. 8. Tap ‘Finish’. 9. Read the notice for recycling your phone, then tap ‘OK’.

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Resetting the Phone

Remember, your email, Google account information, and contacts will also be deleted when you reset the phone. So, before you reset the phone, back up your contacts, messages, photos, and other data.

  1. Tap on the screen, then tap ‘Settings’ > ‘Backup & reset’.
  2. Tap ‘Factory data reset’.
  3. Tap ‘Reset phone’.
  4. Tap ‘Erase everything’. Note: If you reset the phone, all data saved on the phone will be lost.

 

Setting an Unlock Pattern, PIN, or Password For a pattern lock, you need to connect at least four dots. For a PIN lock, you need to enter at least four numbers. For a password, you need to enter at least four characters long (at least one character must be a letter).

  1. First, tap on the screen, then tap ‘Settings’ > ‘Security’ > ‘Screen lock’.
  2. Choose a lock type by selecting and tapping on it, then follow the on-screen instructions.
  3. If you want to disable the screen lock, just tap ‘None’.

Adding a Screen Lock Wallpaper

  1. Tap on the screen, then tap ‘Settings’ > ‘User theme’ > ‘Screen lock’ > ‘Wallpaper’.
  2. Choose a folder that contains images, then tap ‘Save’. If you don’t choose a folder, only the default image will appear.

Changing Screen Lock Shortcuts

  1. Tap on the screen, then tap ‘Settings’ > ‘User theme’ > ‘Screen lock’ > ‘Shortcuts’.
  2. You can change the shortcuts to your favorite apps on the locked screen.

 

Sharing the Internet Connection

Sure, here’s a simpler version:

Activating USB Tethering

  1. First, connect the phone to a computer with the data cable.
  2. Then, tap on the screen, then tap ‘Settings’ > ‘More…’ > ‘Tethering & portable hotspot’ > ‘USB tethering’.
  3. Follow the instructions on the screen.

Likewise activating Wi-Fi Tethering

  1. Start by tapping on the screen, then tap ‘Settings’ > ‘More…’ > ‘Tethering & portable hotspot’ > ‘Portable Wi-Fi hotspot’.
  2. Read the instructions, then tap ‘OK’.
  3. Follow the instructions on the screen.
  4. Tap ‘Portable Wi-Fi hotspot settings’ and adjust the settings.
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Activating Bluetooth Tethering

  1. First, tap on the screen, then tap ‘Settings’ > ‘More…’ > ‘Tethering & portable hotspot’ > ‘Bluetooth tethering’.
  2. Read the instructions, then tap ‘OK’.
  3. Follow the instructions on the screen.

Setting up a Bluetooth Connection Bluetooth is a short-range wireless technology that lets electronic devices connect wirelessly over about 10 meters (33 feet).

Turning on Bluetooth

  1. Drag the top of the screen downward.
  2. Tap ‘Bluetooth’ in Quick Settings to turn on Bluetooth.
  3. Tap ‘Bluetooth’ again to turn it off.

Pairing with Devices

  1. Drag the top of the screen downward.
  2. Tap ‘Open’ in Settings Shortcuts, then tap ‘Bluetooth Settings’.
  3. The phone will search for Bluetooth devices.
  4. Select a device from the list and tap on it.
  5. Tap ‘Pair’.
  6. If you’re asked to enter a PIN, follow the instructions on the screen.

Note: You can also start the Bluetooth function by tapping on the screen, then tapping ‘Settings’ > ‘Bluetooth’. To unpair a device, tap next to the paired device, then tap ‘Unpair’. Some devices may be unpaired as you tap them. To use Bluetooth on a computer, the computer must have built-in Bluetooth or you must install an external Bluetooth Dongle. Check the computer user manual for more details. 

 

Using Bluetooth

Sure, here’s a simpler version:

Bluetooth lets you send stuff like songs or photos to other devices up to about the length of a school bus (10 meters or 33 feet). But if there’s stuff like walls or furniture in the way, it might not reach as far. Also, some phones or computers made by different companies might not work with your phone.

Using Bluetooth can make your phone’s battery run out faster. So, it’s a good idea to turn off Bluetooth when you’re not using it to save battery. Also, Bluetooth might mess with other wireless devices that use the same kind of signals.

Bluetooth headsets and hands-free devices might not show up on other devices when they’re already connected to something else, or when other devices are trying to connect to them.

When you’re on a call, listening to music, or watching TV with a Bluetooth device, the sound might get worse and the Bluetooth device might disconnect if you move too far away from your phone. If you go too far, the speakerphone might turn on instead.

When you use a Bluetooth headset, the sound might get worse if there are obstacles or other signals messing with it. For the best sound, try to use your Bluetooth headset close to your phone and make sure there’s nothing in the way.

Also, you might have trouble hearing some calls if you’re in a noisy place or outside because of all the background noise.

Backup & Reset

Set backup and reset options.

  1. Tap on the screen, then tap ‘Settings’ > ‘Backup & reset’.
  2. Choose an option.

Backup & Restore

Option Description

  • Back up my data: Set to back up application data, Wi-Fi passwords, and other settings to Google servers.
  • Backup account: Add or select an account to back up data.
  • Automatic restore: Set to restore backed up settings and data when reinstalling an application.

Personal Data

Option Description

  • Factory data reset: Erase all data on the phone.

Date & Time

Set date and time options.

  1. Tap on the screen, then tap ‘Settings’ > ‘Date & time’.
  2. Choose an option.

Option Description

  • Automatic date & time: Set to use the network-provided time.
  • Automatic time zone: Set to use the network-provided time zone.
  • Set date: Set the current date manually.
  • Set time: Set the current time manually.
  • Select: Choose an option.

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Pantech Discover P9090 User Manual

Pantech Discover P9090 User Manual

 

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